Обновление Redbook по IBM System i5

5-го апреля вышло обновление Redbook IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries Systems Builder IBM i5/OS Version 5 Release 4

О книге:

Welcome to the thirteenth formal edition of the world-renown System Builder. This IBM System i5, IBM eServer i5, and iSeries System Builder, SG24-2155, offers you a comprehensive guide to the IBM System i5, IBM eServer i5, and iSeries processor hardware, related hardware, and System i software marketed by IBM representatives since the introduction of the AS/400e servers in 1996. This technical IBM Redbook describes the newest members of the System i product line, the IBM System i5 Models 520, 550, 570 and 595, as well as the IBM eServer i5 Models 520, 550, 570, and 595, and the iSeries Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and Model 890. This redbook has been updated to include changes to the software offerings with the latest release of i5/OS software, IBM i5/OS Version 5 Release 4.

This book is written for use by IBM System Specialists, Marketing Representatives, Business Partners, and clients. Use this System Builder for detailed System i information and configuration rules. Refer to the companion guide IBM System i5 Handbook, SG24-7486, as a reference for the latest marketing messages on today’s models and software, and IBM eServer iSeries Migration: A Guide to Upgrades and Migrations to POWER TechnologyFont, SG24-7200 , for migration considerations. Placement rules are further described in PCI and PCI-X Placement Rules for IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries servers with i5/OS V5R4 and V5R3, REDP-4011 .

Readers who require the latest System i information need to refer to the IBM Redbooks® publication IBM System i Overview: Models 515, 525, 570, 595, and More, REDP-5052. This contains a superset of the system builder type information provided in SG24-2155-12. There are no plans to update SG24-2155.

See TIPS0637 for the REDP-4011 version of PCI and PCI-X Placement Rules content that corresponds to REDP-5052 content.

TOC:

Chapter 1. IBM System i5, eServer i5 and iSeries upgrades
Chapter 2. IBM System i5 and eServer i5 models
Chapter 3. iSeries 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890 models
Chapter 4. IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries features and placement
Chapter 5. Customer Install Features
Chapter 6. System i5, eServer i5 and iSeries towers schematics
Chapter 7. Storage and media for IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries models
Chapter 8. Customer Card Identification Numbers cross reference
Chapter 9. Feature code cross reference
Chapter 10. Software for the System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries models
Chapter 11. HSL, SPCN, line cord, and communication cables for IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries systems
Chapter 12. Summary of AS/400 CISC models
Chapter 13. Summary of AS/400e RISC models

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Chapter 1. IBM System i5, eServer i5 and iSeries upgrades 1

1.1 Upgrades for System i processors 2

1.2 RISC-to-RISC Data Migration 3

Chapter 2. IBM System i5 and eServer i5 models 5

2.1 System i5 Model 520+ overview 7

2.2 eServer i5 Model 520 overview 9

2.3 System i5 Model 550+ and eServer i5 Model 550 overview 12

2.4 System i5 Model 570+ overview 14

2.5 eServer i5 Model 570 overview 16

2.6 System i5 and eServer i5 Model 595 overview 19

2.7 Notes for System i5 and eServer i5 Models 520, 550, 570, and 595 21

2.8 9405 and 9406 Models 520+ and 520 system unit schematics 27

2.8.1 Model 520+ top view 27

2.8.2 Model 520+ front view 28

2.8.3 Model 520+ back view 28

2.8.4 Model 520 top view 29

2.8.5 Model 520 front view 29

2.8.6 Model 520 back view 30

2.9 9406 Models 550+ and 550 system unit schematics 30

2.9.1 Models 550+ and 550 top view 30

2.9.2 Models 550+ and 550 front view 31

2.9.3 Models 550+ and 550 back view 32

2.9.4 Models 550+ and 550 memory layout 32

2.10 9406 Models 570+ and 570 system unit schematics 33

2.10.1 Model 570+ top view 33

2.10.2 Models 570+ and 570 front view 34

2.10.3 Models 570+ and 570 back view 35

2.10.4 Model 570 top view 36

2.10.5 Model 570 front view 37

2.10.6 Models 570+ and 570 memory layout 37

2.11 9406 Model 595 system unit schematics 38

2.11.1 Model 595 front view 38

2.11.2 Model 595 back view 39

2.11.3 Models 595+ and 595 memory layout 40

2.12 System i5 Model 520+ and eServer 520 processors 41

2.13 IBM System i5 and eServer i5 Model 550 processors 46

2.14 IBM System i5 and eServer i5 Model 570 processors 48

2.15 IBM System i5 and eServer Model 595 processors 54

2.16 IBM System i5 and eServer i5 features 58

2.17 Supported upgrades for System i5 and eServer i5 models 58

Chapter 3. iSeries 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890 models 59

3.1 iSeries Model 800 overview 60

3.2 iSeries Model 810 overview 61

3.3 iSeries Model 825 overview 63

3.4 iSeries Model 870 overview 65

3.5 iSeries Model 890 overview 66

3.6 Notes for iSeries Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890 overview 68

3.7 9406 Model 800 system unit schematic 73

3.8 9406 Model 810 system unit schematic 74

3.9 iSeries Models 800 and 810 #7116 System Unit Expansion schematic 75

3.10 9406 Model 825 system unit schematic 76

3.11 9406 Model 870 system unit schematic 78

3.11.1 Model 870 MCM and HSL relationship 80

3.12 9406 Model 890 system unit schematic 81

3.12.1 Model 890 MCM and HSL relationship 83

3.13 iSeries Models 870 and 890 #9094 Base PCI I/O Enclosure schematic 85

3.13.1 #9094 PCI Card Enclosure schematic 86

3.14 iSeries Models 870 and 890 #8094 Optional 1.8 m I/O Rack schematic 87

3.15 iSeries Model 800 processors 88

3.16 iSeries Model 810 processors 89

3.17 iSeries Model 825 processors 91

3.18 iSeries Model 870 processors 92

3.19 iSeries Model 890 processors 93

3.20 iSeries Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890 features 95

3.21 Supported upgrades for Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890 95

Chapter 4. IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries features and placement 97

4.1 PCI card placement for IBM System i5, eServer i5 and iSeries servers 98

4.2 Power and packaging 98

4.3 i5/OS partitions on eServer p5 servers 156

4.4 Models 825, 870, and 890 Capacity on Demand 156

4.5 Main storage 159

4.6 PCI IOP controllers 173

4.6.1 IOP-less IOAs and placement 185

4.7 Workstation controllers and console features 190

4.8 LAN and WAN adapters 192

4.9 Disk units 216

4.10 Internal tape units and CD-ROM 221

4.11 Magnetic media controllers 228

Chapter 5. Customer Install Features 247

5.1 IBM System i5 and eServer Models 520, 550, 570, 595 system unit and tower supported features 248

5.2 IBM eServer iSeries Models 800, 810, 825, 870, #2497/#2498 890 system unit and tower supported features 264

Chapter 6. System i5, eServer i5 and iSeries towers schematics 275

6.1 System i towers, racks, and expansion unit schematics 277

6.1.1 #5074 PCI Expansion Tower 277

6.1.2 #5075 PCI Expansion Tower 278

6.1.3 #5078/#0578 PCI Expansion Unit 279

6.1.4 #5079 1.8 m I/O Tower 279

6.1.5 #5088/#0588 PCI-X Expansion Unit 281

6.1.6 #5094 PCI Expansion Tower 282

6.1.7 #5095/#0595 PCI-X Expansion Tower 283

6.1.8 #5294 PCI-X Expansion Tower 284

6.1.9 #5790 PCI Expansion Drawer 285

6.1.10 #8093 Optional Base 1.8 m I/O Rack 285

6.1.11 #8094 Optional 1.8 m I/O Rack 287

6.1.12 #9094 Base PCI I/O Enclosure 288

6.1.13 #9094 PCI Card Enclosure 289

6.2 Required EIA units 289

Chapter 7. Storage and media for IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries models 291

7.1 External tape for System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries systems 292

7.1.1 Alternate IPL or alternate installation device 293

7.2 SAN components for IBM System i5, eServer i5 and iSeries systems 293

7.3 QIC tape specifications and compatibility for IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries systems 294

7.4 VXA and LTO tape specifications and compatibility for IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries systems 295

7.5 External SCSI, Fibre Channel tape, and optical cable part numbers for IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries systems 296

7.6 Device cabling rules for #5702, #5705, #5712, #5715, #2718, and #2768 PCI Magnetic Media Controller 300

Chapter 8. Customer Card Identification Numbers cross reference 303

Chapter 9. Feature code cross reference 323

Chapter 10. Software for the System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries models 341

10.1 Minimum i5/OS and OS/400 software level requirements for System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries hardware 342

10.2 i5/OS and OS/400 general availability and support 345

10.3 i5/OS and OS/400 upgrade paths 345

10.4 Current-release to previous-release support for i5/OS and OS/400 346

10.5 Software ordering terminology 346

10.6 i5/OS V5R4 software 346

10.7 i5/OS V5R3 software 351

10.8 OS/400 V5R2 software 356

10.9 OS/400 V5R1 software 362

10.10 Notes for Version 5 software tables 366

10.11 i5/OS and OS/400 software pricing groups 369

10.11.1 i5/OS and OS/400 Version 5 software groups 369

10.11.2 OS/400 Version 4 software groups 372

10.12 Release-to-release software product mapping 374

Chapter 11. HSL, SPCN, line cord, and communication cables for IBM System i5, eServer i5, and iSeries systems 377

11.1 HSL cables 378

11.1.1 HSL cable feature descriptions 380

11.2 SPCN (power) cables 382

11.3 Dual line cords 383

11.4 Communication cables 385

Chapter 12. Summary of AS/400 CISC models 389

12.1 AS/400 Model P02, P03, and 10S capacities 390

12.1.1 Model P02 capacities 390

12.1.2 Model P03 and 10S capacities 390

12.2 AS/400 Model Y10, 236, and 436 capacities 391

12.2.1 Model Y10 capacities 391

12.2.2 Model 236 and 436 capacities 391

12.2.3 Model 436 package capacities 393

12.3 AS/400 Model C, D, E, and F capacities 394

12.3.1 Model C and D capacities 394

12.3.2 Model E and F capacities 395

12.4 AS/400 Model 200, 20S, 1xx, and 3xS capacities 396

12.4.1 Model 1xx, 20S, and 3xS capacities 396

12.4.2 Model 200 capacities 397

12.4.3 Model 20S package capacities 397

12.5 AS/400 Model B, C, D, E, and F capacities 398

12.5.1 Model B and C capacities 398

12.5.2 Model D and E capacities 399

12.5.3 Model F capacities 399

12.6 AS/400 Model B, D, E, F, and 3xx capacities 400

12.6.1 Model B capacities 400

12.6.2 Model D capacities 401

12.6.3 Model E capacities 402

12.6.4 Model F capacities 403

12.6.5 Model 300, 310, and 320 capacities 404

12.7 Notes for all CISC system summary tables 405

Chapter 13. Summary of AS/400e RISC models 407

13.1 AS/400e Model S10, S20, S30, and S40 capacities 409

13.1.1 Model S10 capacities 409

13.1.2 Model S20 capacities 410

13.1.3 Model S30 capacities 411

13.1.4 Model S40 capacities 412

13.2 AS/400e Model 150 capacities 413

13.3 AS/400e Model 4HS, 4HE, 4HG, 4HL, 42E, 42G, and 42L packages and Model 4SS, 4SE, 4SG, 4TG, 4SL, 4TL, 40E, 41E, 40G, 41G, 40L, 41L, 400, and 40S capacities 415

13.3.1 Model 4HS, 4HE, 4HG, and 4HL package capacities 415

13.3.2 Model 42E, 42G, and 42L package capacities 415

13.3.3 Model 4SS, 4SE, 4SG, 4TG, 4SL, and 4TL capacities 416

13.3.4 Model 40E, 41E, 40G, 41G, 40L, and 41L capacities 416

13.3.5 Model 400 capacities 417

13.3.6 Model 40S capacities 418

13.4 AS/400e Model 50S, 53S, 500, 510, and 530 capacities 419

13.4.1 Model 50S, and 53S capacities 419

13.4.2 Model 500, 510, and 530 capacities 420

13.5 AS/400e Model 600, 620, 640, and 650 capacities 421

13.5.1 Model 600 capacities 421

13.5.2 Model 620 capacities 422

13.5.3 Model 640 and 650 capacities 423

13.6 Notes for all RISC system summary tables 424

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