IBM Power 750 and 755 Technical Overview and Introduction

В дополнении к предыдущей новости… Информация по новым Mid-range на Power7 (хотя ещё недавно, такую мощь назвали бы High-End). Опять же RedPaper. И снова Draft…

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication is a comprehensive guide covering the IBM Power 750 and Power 755 server supporting AIX, IBM i, and Linux operating systems. The goal of this paper is to introduce the major innovative Power 750 and 755 offerings and their prominent functions, including the following.

The POWER7 processor available at frequencies of 3.0 GHz, 3.3 GHz, and 3.55 GHz
The specialized POWER7 Level 3 cache that provides greater bandwidth, capacity, and reliability
The 1 Gb or 10 Gb Integrated Virtual Ethernet adapter, included with each server configuration, provides native hardware virtualization
PowerVM™ virtualization including PowerVM Live Partition Mobility and PowerVM Active Memory Sharing.
EnergyScale™ technology that provides features such as power trending, power-saving, capping of power, and thermal measurement.

This Redpaper expands the current set of Power Systems documentation by providing a desktop reference that offers a detailed technical description of the 550 system.

This Redpaper does not replace the latest marketing materials, tools It is intended as an additional source of information that, together with existing sources, may be used to enhance your knowledge of IBM server solutions.


Chapter 1. General description
1.1 Operating environment
1.2 Physical package
1.3 System features
   1.3.1 Power 750 Express system features
   1.3.2 Power 755 system features
   1.3.3 Minimum features
   1.3.4 Power supply features
   1.3.5 Processor card features
   1.3.6 Memory features
1.4 Disk and media features
1.5 I/O drawers for Power 750
   1.5.1 PCI-DDR 12X Expansion Drawers (#5796)
   1.5.2 12X I/O Drawer PCIe (#5802 and #5877)
   1.5.3 I/O drawers and usable PCI slot
1.6 Comparison between models
1.7 Build to Order
1.8 IBM Editions
1.9 Model upgrades
1.10 Hardware Management Console models
1.11 System racks
   1.11.1 IBM 7014 Model T00 rack
   1.11.2 IBM 7014 Model T42 rack
   1.11.3 IBM 7014 Model S25 rack
   1.11.4 Feature number 0555 rack
   1.11.5 Feature number 0551 rack
   1.11.6 Feature number 0553 rack
   1.11.7 The AC power distribution unit and rack content
   1.11.8 Rack-mounting rules
   1.11.9 Useful rack additions
   1.11.10 OEM rack
Chapter 2. Architecture and technical overview
2.1 The IBM POWER7 processor
   2.1.1 POWER7 processor overview
   2.1.2 POWER7 processor core
   2.1.3 Simultaneous multithreading
   2.1.4 Memory access
   2.1.5 Flexible POWER7 processor packaging and offerings
   2.1.6 On-chip L3 cache innovation and Intelligent Cache
   2.1.7 POWER7 processor and Intelligent Energy
   2.1.8 Comparison of the POWER7 and POWER6 processors
2.2 POWER7 processor cards
2.3 Memory subsystem
   2.3.1 Fully buffered DIMM
   2.3.2 Memory placement rules
   2.3.3 Memory throughput
2.4 Capacity on Demand
2.5 Technical comparison (Power 750 and Power 755)
2.6 I/O buses and GX card
2.7 Internal I/O subsystem
   2.7.1 System ports
2.8 Integrated Virtual Ethernet adapter
   2.8.1 IVE subsystem
2.9 PCI adapters
   2.9.1 LAN adapters
   2.9.2 Graphics accelerators
   2.9.3 SCSI and SAS adapters
   2.9.4 iSCSI
   2.9.5 Fibre Channel adapter
   2.9.6 Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE)
   2.9.7 Infiniband Host Channel adapter
   2.9.8 Asynchronous adapter
2.10 Internal storage
   2.10.1 Dual Write Cache RAID Feature
 2.10.2 External SAS Port
   2.10.3 Split DASD Backplane Feature
   2.10.4 Media bays
2.11 External I/O subsystems
   2.11.1 PCI-DDR 12X Expansion drawer (#5796)
   2.11.2 12X I/O Drawer PCIe (#5802 and #5877)
   2.11.3 12X I/O Drawer PCIe and PCI-DDR 12X Expansion Drawer 12X cabling
   2.11.4 12X I/O Drawer PCIe and PCI-DDR 12X Expansion Drawer SPCN cabling
2.12 External disk subsystems
   2.12.1 EXP 12S Expansion Drawer
   2.12.2 IBM System Storage
2.13 Hardware Management Console
   2.13.1 HMC Functional overview
   2.13.2 HMC connectivity to the POWER7 processor based systems
   2.13.3 High availability using the HMC
   2.13.4 HMC Code level
2.14 IVM
2.15 Operating System Support
2.16 Compiler technology
2.17 Energy management
   2.17.1 IBM EnergyScale technology
   2.17.2 Thermal power management device card (TPMD)
Chapter 3. Virtualization
3.1 POWER Hypervisor
3.2 POWER processor modes
3.3 Active Memory Expansion
3.4 PowerVM
   3.4.1 PowerVM editions
   3.4.2 Logical partitions
   3.4.3 Multiple Shared-Processor Pools
   3.4.4 Virtual I/O Server
   3.4.5 PowerVM Lx86
3.4.6 PowerVM Live Partition Mobility
   3.4.7 Active Memory Sharing
   3.4.8 NPIV
   3.4.9 Operating System support for PowerVM
   3.4.10 POWER7-specific Linux programming support
3.5 System Planning Tool
Chapter 4. Continuous availability and manageability
4.1 Reliability
   4.1.1 Designed for reliability
   4.1.2 Placement of components
   4.1.3 Redundant components and concurrent repair
4.2 Availability
   4.2.1 Partition availability priority
   4.2.2 General detection and deallocation of failing components
   4.2.3 Memory protection
   4.2.4 Cache protection
   4.2.5 Special uncorrectable error handling
   4.2.6 PCI extended error handling
4.3 Serviceability
   4.3.1 Detecting
   4.3.2 Diagnosing
   4.3.3 Reporting
   4.3.4 Notifying
   4.3.5 Locating and servicing
4.4 Manageability
   4.4.1 Service user interfaces
   4.4.2 IBM Power Systems firmware maintenance
   4.4.3 Electronic Service Agent
4.5 Operating system support for RAS features

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