IBM BladeCenter JS12 and JS22 Implementation Guide


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IBM BladeCenter JS12 and JS22 Implementation Guide

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Part 1. The IBM BladeCenter JS12 and JS22 servers
Chapter 1. General description
1.1 System specification
1.2 Physical specifications of the BladeCenter JS22 Express
1.3 Physical specifications of the BladeCenter JS12 Express
1.4 Physical packaging
1.5 Minimum and optional features of BladeCenter JS22
1.5.1 Processor features
1.5.2 Memory features
1.5.3 Memory DIMMs
1.5.4 Internal disk
1.6 Minimum and optional features of BladeCenter JS12
1.6.1 Processor features
1.6.2 Memory features
1.6.3 Memory DIMMs
1.6.4 Internal disk
1.7 IBM BladeCenter chassis
1.7.1 BladeCenter H
1.7.2 BladeCenter S
1.7.3 BladeCenter E
1.7.4 BladeCenter T
1.7.5 BladeCenter HT
Chapter 2. Technical description of the hardware architecture
2.1 POWER6 processor
2.1.1 Decimal floating point
2.2 Simultaneous Multi Threading (SMT)
2.3 AltiVec (SIMD)
2.4 IBM EnergyScale technology
2.4.1 Thermal Power Management Device (TPMD)
2.5 Memory subsystem
2.5.1 Memory description of IBM BladeCenter JS22 Express
2.5.2 Memory placement rules for IBM BladeCenter JS22 Express
2.5.3 Memory description of IBM BladeCenter JS12 Express
2.5.4 Memory placement rules for IBM BladeCenter JS12 Express
2.6 I/O subsystem
2.6.1 PCI express
2.6.2 Universal Serial Bus (USB) subsystem
2.6.3 Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) storage subsystem
2.6.4 Integrated Virtual Ethernet (IVE)
2.7 Expansion cards
2.8 PowerVM
2.9 Operating system support
2.9.1 AIX
2.9.2 Linux
2.9.3 IBM i
2.10 Systems management
2.10.1 BladeCenter Advanced Management Web interface
2.10.2 IBM Director
2.10.3 Cluster Systems Management (CSM)
Part 2. System configuration and management
Chapter 3. System configuration using VIOS and IVM
3.1 Planning considerations
3.1.1 General considerations
3.1.2 VIOS installation considerations
3.1.3 Internal and external storage considerations
3.1.4 External storage preparation
3.2 VIOS system management using IVM
3.2.1 IVM user interface
3.2.2 VIOS/IVM command line interface
3.3 First VIOS login
3.3.1 Password set
3.3.2 License acceptance
3.3.3 Initial network setup
3.4 First IVM connection
3.4.1 Connecting to IVM
3.4.2 Verify and modify VIOS partition memory and processors
3.5 VIOS network management and setup
3.5.1 Host Ethernet Adapters
3.5.2 Virtual Ethernet Adapters and SEA
3.5.3 Physical adapters
3.6 VIOS Storage Configuration and Management
3.6.1 Physical volumes
3.6.2 Storage pools
3.6.3 Virtual disks
3.6.4 Optical devices
3.7 Partition configuration for Virtual I/O Client (VIOC)
3.7.1 Partition Mobility considerations
3.7.2 Partition Name and Environment
3.7.3 Partition Name
3.7.4 Partition Memory
3.7.5 Partition Processors
3.7.6 Partition Ethernet
3.7.7 Partition Storage Types and Assignments
3.7.8 Optical devices
3.7.9 Physical adapters
3.7.10 Partition Summary
3.7.11 Partition Properties Changes and DLPAR operations
3.8 Console access and activating a partition
3.8.1 Opening a virtual terminal
3.8.2 Activating a partition
3.8.3 Shutdown a partition
Chapter 4. IBM AIX Installation
4.1 Install IBM AIX 6.1 in a PowerVM client partition
4.1.1 Create a virtual media library
4.1.2 Prepare the PowerVM client partition
4.1.3 Install AIX 6.1 in a logical partition of the Virtual IO Server
4.2 Install IBM AIX 6.1 on IBM BladeCenter JS12 or JS22 using a iSCSI target
4.2.1 Prepare the iSCSI target
4.2.2 Perform the installation of AIX V6.1 from DVD onto a iSCSI target
4.3 Boot from iSCSI LUN
Chapter 5. IBM i 6.1 installation
5.1 Preparing for installation
5.1.1 Software installation process
5.1.2 Hardware environments
5.1.3 BladeCenter hardware preparation
5.1.4 VIO Server software environments
5.1.5 Network considerations
5.1.6 Storage consideration BladeCenter H
5.1.7 Disk consideration in BladeCenter S
5.1.8 Disk configuration in BladeCenter S
5.1.9 Individual BladeCenter S disk configuration
5.2 IBM System Access for Windows V6R1
5.2.1 Preparation System i Access for Windows
5.2.2 Installation System i Access for Windows
5.2.3 Connect the System i LAN console
5.3 Creating an IBM i 6.1 partition
5.3.1 IBM i 6.1 minimum requirements
5.3.2 VIO Server configuration
5.3.3 Creating an IBM i partition
5.3.4 IBM i 6.1 install media preparation
5.3.5 IBM i 6.1 IPL types
5.4 Installing the IBM i 6.1 Operating System
5.4.1 IBM i 6.1 installing PTFs
5.4.2 IBM i 6.1 TCP/IP setup
5.4.3 IBM i 6.1 Navigator for i
5.5 IBM i 6.1 Backup/Restore
5.5.1 Creating a virtual media library for backup
5.5.2 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
5.5.3 IBM i 6.1 shutdown and restart
Chapter 6. Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation
6.1 Supported Red Hat operating systems
6.1.1 Considerations and prerequisites
6.2 Linux LPAR installation using DVD
6.3 Linux network installation (detailed)
6.4 Native Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 installation
6.5 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 automated installation
6.6 IBM service and productivity tools
Chapter 7. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server installation
7.1 Supported SUSE operating systems
7.2 Considerations and prerequisites
7.2.1 PowerVM LPAR considerations
7.2.2 SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 installation considerations.
7.3 Linux LPAR installation using DVD
7.4 Linux network installation (detailed)
7.5 Native SLES10 SP2 installation
7.6 SLES 10 SP2 automated installation
7.7 IBM service and productivity tools
Chapter 8. Performing Live Partition Mobility
8.1 Requirements
8.1.1 Hardware
8.1.2 Firmware
8.1.3 VIOS Version
8.1.4 PowerVM Enterprise
8.1.5 LPAR OS versions
8.2 Preparation
8.2.1 VIOS (source and target)
8.2.2 Networking
8.3 Migrating the LPAR
8.3.1 Using the IVM UI
Chapter 9. JS12 and JS22 power management using EnergyScale
technology
9.1 Power management through the AMM
9.1.1 Using the AMM Web UI for blade power management
9.1.2 Using the AMM CLI UI for blade power management
9.2 Power management through AEM
9.2.1 Active Energy Manager Console
9.3 Power Saver Mode example
9.3.1 Enabling Power Saver Mode from the AMM
9.3.2 Power Saver Mode enabled from IBM Director/AEM
9.3.3 Scheduling Power Saver Mode with IBM Director and AEM
Part 3. Appendixes
Appendix A. Consoles, SMS, and Open Firmware
Consoles of the IBM BladeCenter JS12 and JS22
Graphical console
Over LAN
System Management Services menu
Power on the IBM BladeCenter JS12 or JS22 using the Advanced
Management Module Web interface
Power on the IBM BladeCenter JS12 and JS22 using a Telnet or SSH session
into the Advanced Management Module
Choosing the active console after first power on
IBM BladeCenter JS12 and JS22 Power On Self Test (POST)
Select the active console using the System Maintenance Services menu
Open Firmware interface
Get access to the firmware prompt
QLogic host bus adapter
Emulex host bus adapter
Appendix B. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Kickstart
Kickstart introduction
Kickstart profile creation methods
Create a Kickstart file using Kickstart Configurator
Appendix C. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server AutoYaST
AutoYaST introduction
AutoYaST profile creation methods
Create an AutoYaST profile using YaST Control Center
Appendix D. Additional Linux installation configuration options
Basic preparations for a Linux network installation
Installing Linux using the network — General remarks
Configuring a BOOTP or DHCP service
Configuring a Trivial File Transfer Protocol service
Configuring a Network File System Protocol service
Virtual optical device setup and installation
Appendix E. VIOS/IVM Command Help
The help command
Using the -h flag
Using the man command
Appendix F. Service and productivity tools for Linux
IBM service diagnostic aids and productivity tools overview
Install tools on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5/SLES 10 running on BladeCenter
servers
Install tools on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5/SLES 10 running on IVM-managed
servers

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