Family 2084+01 IBM z990 Family of Servers

IBM United States Sales Manual
Revised:  June 30, 2015.

Table of contents
TOC Link Product life cycle dates TOC Link Technical description
TOC Link Abstract TOC Link Publications
TOC Link Highlights TOC Link Features
TOC Link Description TOC Link Accessories
TOC Link Product positioning TOC Link Machine elements
TOC Link Models TOC Link Supplies

 
Product life cycle dates
Type Model Announced Available Marketing Withdrawn Service Discontinued
2084-A08 2003/05/132003/06/16 2008/06/302014/12/31
2084-B16 2003/05/132003/10/31 2008/06/302014/12/31
2084-C24 2003/05/132003/10/31 2008/06/302014/12/31
2084-D32 2003/05/132003/10/31 2008/06/302014/12/31

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Abstract

The 2084 IBM eServer zSeries 990 represents a unique generation of scalable servers utilizing z/Architecture(TM). New building blocks are being introduced to extend the key platform characteristics (reliability, availability, scalability, clustering, quality of service) and respond with flexibility to the ever changing business climate.

Model abstract 2084-A08

The IBM 2084 Model A08 has from 1 to 8 processors, 16 to 64GB memory, 12 STI, 1 to 3 I/O cages, and 720 CHPIDS.

Model abstract 2084-B16

The IBM 2084 Model B16 has from 1 to 16 processors, 16 to 128GB memory, 24 STI, 1 to 3 I/O cages, and 1024 CHPIDS.

Model abstract 2084-C24

The IBM 2084 Model C24 has from 1 to 24 processors, 16 to 192GB memory, 36 STI, 1 to 3 I/O cages, and 1024 CHPIDS.

Model abstract 2084-D32

The IBM 2084 Model D32 has from 1 to 32 processors, 16 to 256GB memory, 48 STI, 1 to 3 I/O cages, and 1024 CHPIDS.
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Highlights

The z990:

  • Provides increased scalability - Almost three times the capacity of a z900
  • Breaks the barrier - Four times the number of supported CHPIDs
  • Takes a giant step - Up to 30 LPARs
  • Quadruples the number of HiperSockets - Internal LANs
  • Spanning of external channels - FICON Express, Integrated Cluster BUS Bus (ICB), InterSystem Channel-3 (ISC-3), and OSA-Express
  • zSeries Application Assist Processor (zAAP) on the z990
  • OSA-Express Integrated Console Controller (OSA-ICC)
  • On/Off CoD support for Internal Coupling Facilities (ICF), Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) and zAAP
  • Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC) Enhanced Patch Apply and CFCC Level 13
  • GDPS/PPRC and Cross Site Parallel Sysplex distance of 100km
  • Offers Performance assists for Linux and z/VM
  • IPL of operating system from a SCSI disk for z800, z900, and z990
  • FICON Express Performance Improvement
  • Up to 48 ISC-3 links in peer mode
  • Increases channel maximums for ESCON, FICON Express, and OSA-Express
  • Enhancements to fiber optic cabling services from IBM Networking Services
  • Extends IBM's industry-leading SSL performance to greater than 11,000 SSL handshakes per second

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Description

IBM delivers a new design to allow your businesses to be resilient in the unpredictable on demand world. With a range of four models, the newest members of the zSeries family deliver enriched functions -- almost three times the processing power, four times the memory, and double the I/O capacity. Each model adds to the system's total resources. zSeries 990 supports double the number of Logical Partitions (LPARs), and introduces Logical Channel SubSystems (LCSS's) to facilitate horizontal growth.

To address the growing complexity of fiber optic connectivity in the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure, IBM Networking Services is introducing scalable fiber optic cabling services to help satisfy e-business infrastructure requirements at both the product-level and the enterprise-level.

z990 Technology Overview

z990 - the platform "right-sized" for server consolidation

The design of z990 represents a major change for the zSeries(TM) platform. zSeries 990 introduces a new superscalar microprocessor architecture exploiting the CMOS9S-SOI technology and improving uniprocessor performance. A significant capacity increase has been achieved with the introduction of:

  • Up to 256 GigaBytes of memory

  • Up to 96 GigaBytes of bandwidth for data communication via up to 48 Self-Timed Interconnect (STI) host buses

  • A new Channel SubSystem (CSS) -- four Logical Channel SubSystems (LCSSs) can exist for horizontal growth, supporting up to 256 channels per LCSS for a total of 1024 channels per system

  • Double the number of Logical Partitions (LPARs) -- now 30 LPARs

  • Increased channel maximums for ESCON(R), FICON(TM) Express, and OSA-Express

  • Quadruple the number of HiperSockets - now 16 internal LANs

  • Three cryptographic options:
    • New CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) on every PU
    • New PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCIXCC) feature
    • PCI Cryptographic Accelerator (PCICA) feature

  • Integrated Cluster Bus-4 (ICB-4), more than two times faster than an ICB-3

  • Up to 32 Processor Units (PUs):

    • Four models - each model indicates the maximum number of PUs available for purchase (Models A08, B16, C24, D32)

    • Each PU can be individually purchased

A Processor Unit (PU) is the generic term for the z/Architecture processor on the MultiChip Module (MCM) that can be characterized as a:

  • Central Processor (CP) to be used by the operating system
  • Integrated Coupling Facility (ICF) to be used by the Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC)
  • Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL)
  • Additional System Assist Processor (SAP) to be used by the Channel SubSystem (CSS)
  • zSeries Application Assist Processor (zAAP) used with the CP

With the introduction of z990 and the four-model structure, only one CP, ICF, or IFL must be purchased and activated for any model. PUs can be purchased in single PU increments and are orderable by feature code. Refer to the Processor Unit Summary for a summary of the minimums and maximums that may be ordered by model.

Refer to the Customer Initiated Capacity section for information on permanent and temporary capacity.

Server Consolidation Facilitated

With the expanded capacity of z990, and its new Logical Channel SubSystem, there is a significant increase in system scalability, facilitating consolidation of multiple servers into one z990.

You will be able to install more operating system images and up to a total of 1024 channels (up to 256 channel maximum per operating system) allowing each z990 to access more I/O and networking channels -- ESCON (up to 1024 channels), FICON Express (up to 120 channels), and OSA-Express (up to 48 ports).

         Processor                                              Maximum
 Models  Units (PUs)  Memory     SAPs  Spares  STIs  I/O Cages  CHPIDs
 ------  ----------- ----------  ----  ------  ----  ---------  -------
  A08     1 to 8    16 to 64GB     2      2     12    1 to 3     720
  B16     1 to 16   16 to 128GB    4      4     24    1 to 3     1024
  C24     1 to 24   16 to 192GB    6      6     36    1 to 3     1024
  D32     1 to 32   16 to 256GB    8      8     48    1 to 3     1024
 

Note: There are 256 CHPIDS per LCSS.

The Performance Advantage

Performance Estimates with z/OS V1.4

IBM's Large Systems Performance Reference method provides comprehensive z/Architecture(TM) processor capacity data for different configurations of Central Processors across a wide variety of system control program and workload environments. For zSeries z990, z/Architecture processor capacity is defined with a 3XX notation, where XX is the number of installed Central Processors.

Compared to the z900, z990 is designed to offer the following z/Architecture Central Processors performance advantage:

Expected performance relative to the 2064 z900 216:

  • 2084-D32:
    • 332: 2.46 - 2.98 times
    • 331: 2.40 - 2.89 times
    • 330: 2.35 - 2.80 times
    • 329: 2.29 - 2.71 times
    • 328: 2.23 - 2.62 times
    • 327: 2.17 - 2.53 times
    • 326: 2.11 - 2.44 times
    • 325: 2.05 - 2.35 times

  • 2084-C24, 2084-D32:
    • 324: 2.00 - 2.26 times
    • 323: 1.94 - 2.17 times
    • 322: 1.88 - 2.08 times
    • 321: 1.82 - 1.99 times
    • 320: 1.76 - 1.90 times
    • 319: 1.71 - 1.82 times
    • 318: 1.65 - 1.73 times
    • 317: 1.59 - 1.64 times

Relative to the corresponding 2064 z900 models, the expected performance of the following z990 configurations is:

  • 2084-B16, 2084-C24, 2084-D32:
    • 316: 1.51 to 1.55 times 2064-216
    • 315: 1.52 to 1.55 times 2064-215
    • 314: 1.52 to 1.55 times 2064-214
    • 313: 1.52 to 1.55 times 2064-213
    • 312: 1.52 to 1.55 times 2064-212
    • 311: 1.52 to 1.56 times 2064-211
    • 310: 1.52 to 1.56 times 2064-210
    • 309: 1.52 to 1.56 times 2064-2C9

  • 2084-A08, 2084-B16, 2084-C24, 2084-D32:
    • 308: 1.52 to 1.56 times 2064-2C8
    • 307: 1.52 to 1.57 times 2064-2C7
    • 306: 1.52 to 1.57 times 2064-2C6
    • 305: 1.53 to 1.57 times 2064-2C5
    • 304: 1.53 to 1.58 times 2064-2C4
    • 303: 1.53 to 1.58 times 2064-2C3
    • 302: 1.54 to 1.59 times 2064-2C2
    • 301: 1.54 to 1.61 times 2064-2C1

The above performance estimates are Internal Throughput Rate Ratios (ITRR) based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput that any user will experience will vary depending upon considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user's job stream, the I/O configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve throughput improvements equivalent to the performance ratios stated here. For more detailed performance information, consult the Large Systems Performance Reference (LSPR). Customers interested in LSPR should contact their IBM representative.

IBM eServer zSeries Application Assist Processor

The new zSeries Application Assist Processor (zAAP) (#0520), planned to be available on the zSeries 990 (z990) and zSeries 890 (z890) servers, is an attractively priced specialized processor unit that provides an economical Java execution environment for customers who desire the traditional Qualities of Service and the integration advantages of the zSeries platform.

When configured with general purpose processors within logical partitions (LPARs) running z/OS, zAAPs may help increase general purpose processor productivity and may contribute to lowering the overall cost of computing for z/OS Java technology-based applications. zAAPs are designed to operate asynchronously with the general purpose processor to execute Java programming under control of the IBM Java Virtual Machine (JVM). This can help reduce the demands and capacity requirements on general purpose processor which may then be available for reallocation to other zSeries workloads.

The IBM JVM processing cycles can be executed on the configured zAAPs with no anticipated modifications to the Java applications. Execution of the JVM processing cycles on a zAAP is a function of the Software Developer's Kit (SDK) 1.4.1 for zSeries, z/OS V1.6, and Processor Resource/Systems Manager(TM)(PR/SM)(TM).

The amount of general purpose processor savings will vary based on the amount of Java application code executed by zAAPs. This is dependent upon the amount of Java cycles used by the relevant applications and on the zAAP execution mode selected by the customer.

Execution of the Java applications on zAAPs (#0520), within the same z/OS SMP LPAR as their associated database subsystems, can also help simplify the server infrastructures and improve operational efficiencies. For example, use of zAAPs could reduce the number of TCP/IP stacks, firewalls, and physical interconnections (and their assocated processing latencies) that might otherwise be required when the application servers and their database servers are deployed on separate physical server platforms.

IBM does not impose software charges on zAAP capacity. Additional IBM software charges will apply when additional CP capacity is used.

Customers are encouraged to contact their specific ISVs/USVs directly to determine if their charges will be affected.

Refer to the Limitations Section for the number of zAAPs that may be activated by model and the Software requirements section for further information.

Support for up to 24 CPs in a Single LPAR z/OS V1.6 and z/VM V5.1 plan to support up to 24 CPs in a single LPAR on the z990. In conjunction with z/OS V1.6, the maximum number of combined zAAPs and CPs supported in a single LPAR is planned to be 24.

Expanding the new Channel Subsystem to four LCSSs

Now supporting four Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSS): A new system structure was introduced on z990 in May 2003, supporting a scalable channel subsystem with two Logical Channel Subsystems. Now, the scalability is being further expanded. You may now define four LCSSs on a single z990 continuing to facilitate "horizontal" growth.

The channel subsystem structure now offers four LCSSs with the following characteristics;

  • Each LCSS can have up to 256 CHPIDs defined.
  • Each LCSS can be configured with one to 15 logical partitions (LPARs). The total system may support up to 30 LPARs.

Note: There continues to be no change to the operating system maximums. One operating system image continues to support up to a maximum of 256 Channel Path Identifiers (CHPIDs). Under certain circumstances, earlier releases of an operating system may be supported.

Refer to z/OS Migration (GA22-7499) for more details. An update to this publication, discussing more than two LCSSs, is planned to be available in the z/OS V1.6 timeframe.

Spanned Channels

Transparent sharing of internal and external channels across LCSSs: When Logical Channel SubSystems (LCSSs) were introduced on z990, transparent sharing of internal channels was introduced -- sharing of HiperSockets and Internal Coupling Channels (ICs) between separate LCSSs. Support on zSeries 990 now includes support for sharing of internal channels (HiperSockets and ICs), as well as sharing of external channels -- FICON Express, ICB-2, ICB-3, ICB-4, ISC-3 and OSA-Express features; they can all now be configured as Multiple Image Facility (MIF) spanning channels, allowing sharing of channel resources across Logical Partitions (LPARs).

Spanned channels can be shared among LPARs across LCSSs. FICON Express, HiperSockets, ICs, ICB-2, ICB-3, ICB-4, ISC-3, and OSA-Express can be configured to multiple channel subsystems and be transparently shared by any or all of the configured LPARs without regard to the LCSS to which the LPAR is configured.

The following may be spanned:

Feature            CHPID type
 
Internal Spanned Channels
 
HiperSockets       IQD
IC                 ICP
 
External Spanned Channels
 
FICON Express      FC, FCP
ICB-2 (z990 only)  CBS, Coupling Sender
ICB-3              CBP, Peer
ICB-4              CBP, Peer
ISC-3              CFS, Coupling Sender, Compatibility mode
ISC-3              CFP, Peer
OSA-Express        OSC, OSD, OSE
 

Note: While the PCICA and PCIXCC features do not have CHPID types and are not identified as spanned channels, all LPARs in all LCSSs have access to the PCICA feature, up to 30 LPARs per feature. All LPARs in all LCSSs have access to the PCIXCC feature, up to 16 LPARs per feature.

For the minimum software requirements for all of the spanned channel types identified, refer to the Software Requirements section. Under certain circumstances earlier releases of the z/OS operating system are supported. Refer to the publication z/OS Migration (GA22-7499) for more details. An update to this publication, discussing the external spanned channel types, is planned to be available in the z/OS V1.6 timeframe.

Another breakthrough - more subchannels for increased connectivity

With four Logical Channel SubSystems comes more subchannels. There has been a 63k subchannel architectural limitation. Since there was one CSS, there was a maximum of 63k subchannels. With four Logical Channel SubSystems, each LCSS can have its own set of 63k subchannels.

With four Logical Channel SubSystems you can have:

  • Up to a maximum of 63k devices/subchannels per LCSS

  • Up to a maximum of 252k devices for four LCSSs:
    • Four LCSSs x 63k subchannels for each LCSS

Note: Each LPAR can access the 63k devices in its assigned LCSS.

This capability relieves the I/O device configuration constraints experienced by large system configurations.

I/O Subsystem

The I/O SubSystem (IOSS) continues to be viewed as a single Input/Output Configuration Data Set (IOCDS) across the entire system with up to four LCSSs. Only one Hardware System Area (HSA) is used.

In the past, a two-digit identifier, a CHPID, was associated with a physical I/O connection. Now a three-digit Physical Channel Identifier (PCHID) is being introduced to accommodate the mapping of 1024 channels to four LCSSs with up to 256 CHPIDs each. CHPIDs continue to exist and will be associated with PCHIDs.

As a result of the introduction of PCHIDs, a new CHPID Mapping Tool (CMT) is being introduced and the CHPID report from the IBM Configurator For e-business (eConfig) is replaced by a PCHID report. CMT is available from Resource Link(TM) as a standalone PC-based program.

Refer to z990 documentation for additional information on the new mapping tool, CHPIDs, and PCHIDs.

A Giant Step - Support for 30 Logical Partitions

Looking back in time, IBM introduced the Processor Resource/Systems Manager(TM) (PR/SM)(TM) feature in February of 1988. Prior to that time, IBM mainframes could only be physically partitioned. When IBM introduced Logical Partitions (LPARs), a maximum of four LPARs was available, offering the flexibility to allocate the hardware resources.

In June of 1992, IBM introduced support for a maximum of 10 LPARs and announced the Multiple Image Facility (MIF, also known as EMIF), which allowed sharing of ESCON channels across LPARs, and since that time has allowed sharing of all channels across LPARs (such as ISC-3, FICON Express, and OSA-Express).

IBM has announced increased support - up to 15 LPARs.

The evolution continues with a giant step -- doubling the number of LPARs supported! IBM is announcing support for 30 LPARs, 15 LPARs per LCSS. This support is exclusive to z990.

Dynamic Add/Delete of a logical partition name

The ability to add meaningful logical partition (LPAR) names to the configuration without a Power-On Reset is being introduced. Prior to this support extra LPARs were defined by adding reserved names in the Input/Output Configuration Data Set (IOCDS), but one may not have been able to predict what might be meaningful names in advance.

Dynamic add/delete of an LPAR name allows reserved partition 'slots' to be created in an IOCDS in the form of extra logical channel subsystem, Multiple Image Facility (MIF) image ID pairs. These extra logical channel subsystem MIF image ID pairs (CSSID/MIFID) can be later assigned an LPAR name for use (or later removed) via dynamic I/O commands using the Hardware Configuration Definition (HCD). The IOCDS still must have the extra I/O slots defined in advance since many structures are built based upon these major I/O control blocks in the Hardware System Area (HSA). This support is exclusive to z890 and z990 and z/OS V1.6.

Customer Initiated Capacity -- Technology on demand

With the May 2004 Licensed Internal Code release, the z990 and z890 now support MES upgrades of zSeries Application Assist Processors using Customer Initiated Upgrade (CIU), and temporary Internal Coupling Facility (ICF) activation using On/Off Capacity on Demand. Temporary capacity may now be activated on systems with Capacity Backup Upgrade (CBU) enablement installed.

When your business needs additional capacity quickly, Customer Initiated Upgrade (CIU) with the Express option can now deliver it.

Permanent Upgrades Orders (MESs) of Processor Units (PUs), including the zAAP Processors, and memory for IBM eServer zSeries systems that can be delivered by Licensed Internal Code, Control Code (LIC CC) are eligible for CIU delivery.

Temporary Capacity

IBM eServer (TM) On/Off Capacity on Demand: When your business needs short-term additional capacity, On/Off Capacity on Demand (On/Off CoD) is designed to deliver it. On/Off CoD is designed to temporarily turn on Central Processors (CPs), Integrated Facilities for Linux (IFLs), Internal Coupling Facilities (ICFs), and/or zSeries Application Assist Processors (zAAPs) that are available within the current model. This capability can now coexist with Capacity Backup Upgrade (CBU) enablement. On/Off CoD is delivered through the function of Customer Initiated Upgrade (CIU). To participate in this offering, you must have installed CIU Enablement (#9898), and On/Off CoD Enablement (#9896). Subsequently, you may concurrently install temporary capacity by ordering On/Off CoD Active CP (#9897) up to the number of current CPs (#0716), On/Off CoD Active IFL (#9888) up to the number of current IFLs (#0516), and On/Off CoD Active ICF (#9889) up to the number of current ICFs (#0518). You may similarly concurrently install temporary capacity by ordering On/Off CoD Active zAAP (#9893) up to the number of current zAAPs (#0520), with the restriction that the total number of On/Off CoD Active zAAPs (#9893) plus zAAPs (#0520) may not exceed the number of On/Off CoD Active CPs (#9897) plus the number of CPs (#0716) plus the number of unassigned CPs (#1716). In addition, the number of OOCoD Active zAAPs (#9893) may not exceed the current number of zAAPs (#0520) that are permanently purchased. All temporary hardware capacity will be billed on a 24-hour basis until the temporary capacity is removed. Each month your bill will be calculated for the sum of all orders installed within the prior month. Monitoring will occur through the server call home facility and a bill will be generated if the hardware capacity has been enabled for any portion of a calendar month. You will continue to be billed for use of temporary capacity until you return the server to the original state. After concurrently returning to the original state, you may choose to activate a new On/Off CoD upgrade which can be different from the previous upgrade. When you dispose of the server, or decide that you want to disable future temporary upgrades, you are required to remove the enablement feature, On/Off CoD Enablement (#9896).

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Concurrent Processor Unit Conversions

The z990 now supports concurrent conversion of different Processor Unit (PU) types. This capability is extended to Central Processor (CPs), Integrated Facility for Linux (IFLs) and Internal Coupling Facility (ICFs). This capability provides flexibility in configuring a z990 to meet the changing business environments. For example, a z990 Model A08 configured with eight CPs could be reconfigured to seven CPs and one IFL by ordering the appropriate PU conversion. This order will generate a new LIC CC which can be installed concurrently in two steps. First, the one CP is removed from the z990 configuration. Second, the newly available PU is activated as an IFL. This assumes that one CP remains active during the conversion of other processor units.

Connectivity Abounds

What's new with HiperSockets?

HiperSockets, first introduced in October, 2001, employs the Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO) architecture for very high speed internal TCP/IP communication (network within the box - an independent internal LAN) between programs running on z/OS, z/VM, Linux for zSeries, or as guests under z/VM, whether in the same or in different LPARs on the same system. A synchronous data mover function transfers data at memory access speed with very low latency.

HiperSockets now supported by VSE/ESA

In VSE/ESA V2.7, IBM extended the support for HiperSockets to include the VSE/ESA environment. TCP/IP for VSE/ESA V1.5 (a new release) provides support for HiperSockets.

Refer to Sofware Announcement 203-043, dated February 18, 2003.

HiperSockets VLAN support in a Linux environment

Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs), IEEE standard 802.1q, is now being offered for HiperSockets in a Linux for zSeries environment. VLANs can reduce overhead by allowing networks to be organized for optimum traffic flow; the network is organized by traffic patterns rather than physical location. This enhancement permits traffic to flow on a VLAN connection both over HiperSockets and between HiperSockets and an OSA-Express GbE, 1000BASE-T Ethernet, or Fast Ethernet feature.

In April of 2002, this support was offered on z800 and z900 for the OSA-Express Ethernet features (GbE, Fast Ethernet) in a Linux for zSeries environment.

HiperSockets - Up to 16 Internal LANs and up to 4096 TCP/IP stacks

When HiperSockets was introduced, up to four internal Local Area Networks (LANs) could be configured. That number is now being increased to up to 16 internal LANs. In addition, the number of communication queues is being increased to 4096 communication queues instead of the current 1024 communication queues. Since each TCP/IP stack requires one communication queue, this means 4096 TCP/IP stacks are now supported (instead of 1024 TCP/IP stacks). A HiperSockets channel must be spanned in order to communicate between LPARs in different LCSSs.

This support is exclusive to z990. There are no prerequisite software requirements.

HiperSockets broadcast support for IPv4 packets - Linux, z/OS, z/VM

Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) broadcast packets are now supported over HiperSockets internal LANs. TCP/IP applications that support IPv4 broadcast, such as OMPROUTE when running Routing Information Protocol Version 1 (RIPv1), can send and receive broadcast packets over HiperSockets interfaces.

This support is exclusive to z990. Broadcast for IPv4 packets is supported by Linux for zSeries.

TCP/IP broadcast support for the OSA-Express features was announced in April, 2002, and was made available in the following environments: z/VM V4.3 (May, 2002), z/OS V1.4 (September, 2002), and Linux for zSeries.

HiperSockets Spanned Channels

As previously mentioned, HiperSockets (IQD CHPID type) can be configured to multiple Channel SubSystems and transparently shared by any or all configured LPARs without regard to the LCSS to which the LPAR is configured. Refer to the Software Requirements section.

HiperSockets Network Concentrator simplifying network addressing: HiperSockets Network Concentrator simplifies network addressing between HiperSockets and OSA-Express, allowing seamless integration of HiperSockets-connected operating systems into external networks, without requiring intervening network routing overhead, thus helping to increase performance and simplify configuration.

HiperSockets Network Concentrator is implemented between HiperSockets, OSA-Express, and Linux on zSeries. HiperSockets Network Concentrator provides support for unicast, broadcast, and multicast. There is no z/VM guest LAN support planned for HiperSockets Network Concentrator.

HiperSockets Network Concentrator was previously referred to as HiperSockets Linux Layer 2 Switch support when it was announced on z990. HiperSockets Network Concentrator is exclusive on zSeries on z890 and z990. Refer to the Software Requirements section for further information.

Doubling ESCON Connectivity to Facilitate Server Consolidation

With the introduction of two Logical Channel SubSystems (LCSSs), it is now possible to define up to a maximum of 512 ESCON channels on your z990, up to a maximum of 35 features. The maximum number of configurable channels is 256 per CSS and per operating system image.

The high density, 16-port Enterprise Systems CONnection (ESCON) feature can have 15 active ports. One is always reserved as a spare in the event of a failure of one of the other ports. When four ports are ordered, two 16-port ESCON features are installed and two ports are activated on each feature. After the first pair, ESCON features are installed in increments of one. ESCON channels continue to be ordered in increments of four.

Fiber Quick Connect, an integrated "quick" connect for ESCON channels

Fiber Quick Connect (FQC), coupled with the IBM Fiber Transport System (FTS) from IBM Network Integration and Deployment Services for enterprise fiber cabling, delivers a solution designed to reduce the amount of time required for on-site installation and setup of cabling, to minimize disruptions, and to isolate the activity away from the active system as much as possible. FQC facilitates adds, moves, and changes of ESCON multimode fiber optic cables in the data center and can reduce fiber connection time by up to 80%.

The Fiber Quick Connect feature, for factory installation of IBM Fiber Transport System (FTS) direct-attach fiber harnesses, may be the right answer for your installation, to minimize the number of jumper cables exiting the server and residing under the floor. FQC supports all installed ESCON features in all installed I/O cages.

Cabling is a customer responsibility. Refer to the IBM Networking Services section for information on fiber optic cabling available from IBM Global Services. Refer to the sales manual for more information on Fiber Quick Connect.

Parallel channels no longer supported

Parallel channels features are not supported on z990. They are not offered as a new build option, and are not offered on an upgrade from z900. This satisfies the Statement of General Direction in the hardware announcement dated October 3, 2000.

Customers who are still using parallel-attached devices can obtain a parallel channel converter product:

  • The IBM ESCON Converter Model 1, 9034-001, which may be available through IBM Global Financing (IGF).

  • A third-party parallel channel converter product such as the Optica 34600 FXBT.

New for FICON Express

A 25% Increase in the number of FICON Express channels

z990 now supports up to a maximum of 60 FICON Express features, a total of 120 FICON channels. This is a 25% growth over what was available on z900. FIbre CONnection (FICON) Express continues to be a high-performance I/O channel optimized for efficient, high-speed communication. The FICON Express SX and LX features are capable of supporting an average of 3600 start I/Os per second on a channel that is 50% utilized.

The FICON Express features offer multiple I/O connectivity options:

      Function          CHPID Type             Connectivity
----------------------  ----------   --------------------------------
FICON Bridge              FCV        ESCON devices
FICON Native              FC         FICON devices
FICON CTC                 FC         Server-to-Server or LPAR-to-LPAR
Fibre Channel Protocol    FCP        SCSI devices / Linux
 

The FICON Express features support a 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) or 2 Gbps link data rate, auto-negotiating the speed, point-to-point, without application or end-user intervention. Two features continue to be available -- FICON Express LX (long wavelength) for use with 9 micron single mode fiber optic cabling, and FICON Express SX (short wavelength) for use with 50 or 62.5 micron multimode fiber optic cabling. Refer to the sales manual for a more complete description of these features.

The most common use of these features continues to be FICON Native with large infrastructures often feeding terabytes of storage.

Fiber optic cabling is a customer responsibility. Refer to the Fiber optic cabling services from IBM Networking Services section for information on fiber optic cabling services.

FICON natively supports five operating system environments: FICON (CHPID type FC) is supported natively by OS/390, z/OS, z/OS.e as well as z/VM, VSE/ESA, TPF, and Linux on zSeries. Refer to the

Software requirements section for further information.

Cascaded director support

FICON Cascading enables two FICON Directors to be interconnected, or cascaded. FICON Cascading, used for cross-site connectivity, can minimize the number of channels and cross-site connections, reducing implementation costs for disaster recovery applications such as Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex(TM) (GDPS)(R) and Remote Copy. This support is applicable to z800, z900, and z990. Support is offered in z/OS V1.3 with PTFs or later releases. Support is also available in z/VM V4.4.

For more information on Cascaded Directors, consult the I/O Connectivity Web site at:

http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/zseries/ connectivity/ficoncascaded.html

FCP for attachment to SCSI devices in Linux environments

The Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) capability, supporting attachment to Small Computer Systems Interface (SCSI) devices in Linux for zSeries environments, was made available for z800 and z900 February 20, 2003.

Refer to the connectivity Web site listed at the end of this section for updated information on supported devices.

For Linux operating as a guest under VM, z/VM V4.3 or later is required. For Linux for zSeries support, refer to the Web site listed at the end of this section.

FICON/FCP Intermix

On March 31, 2003, zSeries announced support for intermixing FIbre CONnection (FICON) and the Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) within the same physical FICON Director. FICON/FCP intermix is supported on the McDATA Intrepid 6000 Series Directors and INRANGE FC/9000 Directors. Now a single director may be shared, on a port-by-port basis, between FICON-capable servers/devices and FCP-capable servers/devices.

FICON/FCP Intermix facilitates asset utilization. If you have chosen to implement small director footprints which can scale up over time, this may be of assistance as you pursue that strategy.

The Control Unit Port (CUP) continues to be used to communicate with operating systems, including Linux.

For additional details, refer to FICON/FCP White Papers which are available at the following Web site.

http://www.inrange.com/resource_center/ features/protocol_intermix.php

FCP SAN management support:

The zSeries 990 FICON Express features, when configured as FCP CHPID type, support the industry-standard interface for Storage Area Network (SAN) management tools. The FICON Express features may be used with industry-standard SAN management tools which leverage the Common Host Bus Adapter (HBA) Applications Programming Interface (API). The HBA API is used by management application programs to request SAN management services, enabling the management of Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters (FC HBAs) and the discovery of SAN resources.

SAN management software tool support for exploiting the z990 function of FCP SAN Management is to be delivered by software vendors. Software vendors are now welcome to include the Linux on zSeries FICON Express features as an additional platform for SAN management tool development and exploitation.

Refer to the Software Requirements section for further information.

Fibre Channel Protocol SCSI Initial Program Load: Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) Initial Program Load (IPL) allows the IPL of an operating system from a SCSI-type device attached via the zSeries FICON Express features when configured as a Fibre Channel Protocol channel (CHPID type FCP).

You may also IPL a standalone-dump program from a SCSI-type device attached via the zSeries FCP channel. The standalone dump program may also store the generated dump data on such a disk. Thus, the Linux-based LPARs may be started and operated completely from their FCP-attached disks in your hardware configuration. To use this function, a no-charge orderable platform feature (#9904) is required.

z/VM V4.4, and later, support of SCSI IPL allows Linux and other guest operating systems that support SCSI IPL to be IPLed from FCP-attached SCSI disks when z/VM is running on a z800, z900, z890, z990, or equivalent server equipped with the SCSI IPL function. Thus, Linux guests may be started and run completely from FCP disks on your hardware configuration. z/VM V5.1 plans to provide support that can allow z/VM to be IPLed from SCSI-attached FCP disks. Refer to the z/VM subset of the 2086DEVICE Preventive Service Planning (PSP) bucket for any service required for z/VM support for SCSI IPL.

Refer to the Software Requirements section for information on z/VM and Linux on zSeries requirements.

FICON Express performance improvement: Relative to the FICON Express performance documented in the White Paper FICON and FICON Express Channel Performance Version 2.0, dated November 2003, a customer may see an increase of up to 15% in the maximum of 4K I/O operations per second. This improvement is based on laboratory measurements. The actual I/O rate a customer may see will vary with factors such as the I/O configuration used and the level of the channel LIC installed. This performance improvement was achieved with the FICON Express LX feature (#2319) and the FICON Express SX feature (#2320) on z990 using the May 2004 level of LIC with measurements averaged over four channels.

FCP availability enhancement - FCP concurrent patch: FICON, when configured as CHPID type FCP, supports concurrent patch allowing application of new Licensed Internal Code without requiring a configuration on / off. This is an exclusive FCP availability feature on zSeries offered on the z890 and z990 FICON Express features (#2319, 2320) when configured as CHPID type FCP. This concurrent patch capability requires the zSeries 990 May 2004, level of Licensed Internal Code.

Adding to the family of Directors supported by FICON: The FICON Express features now support attachment to the IBM TotalStorage SAN Switch M12 (IBM 2109-M12). This support became available October 14, 2003. A no-charge upgrade, Enterprise Operating System 4.1.2, is required for the IBM TotalStorage SAN Switch M12.

The IBM TotalStorage SAN Switch M12 supports attachment of FICON Express channels on z990 via native FICON (CHPID type FC) and Fibre Channel Protocol (CHPID type FCP) supporting attachment to SCSI disks in Linux environments.

The FICON Express channels on the z990 continue to support attachment to McDATA Intrepid 6000 Series Directors and the CNT FC/9000 Directors.

For more information, refer to the IBM I/O Connectivity Web site:

http://www-1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/zseries/connectivity/

Performance Assists for Linux and z/VM

z990 Adapter Interruptions for Linux and z/VM

Reducing host programming and adapter overhead for FCP and OSD CHPID types

The z990, Linux for zSeries, and z/VM V4.4 are working together to provide performance improvements by exploiting extensions to the Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO) architecture. Adapter interruptions, first added to z/Architecture with HiperSockets, is designed to provide an efficient, high-performance technique for I/O interruptions to reduce path lengths and overhead in both the host operating system and the adapter - FICON Express when using the FCP CHPID type, and OSA-Express when using the OSD CHPID type.

In extending the use of adapter interruptions to FCP and OSD (QDIO) channels, the programming overhead to process a traditional I/O interruption is reduced. This benefits OSA-Express TCP/IP support in both Linux for zSeries and z/VM, and FCP support in Linux for zSeries.

Adapter interruptions apply to a z990 FICON Express channel when in FCP mode (FCP CHPID type), which supports attachment of SCSI devices in a Linux for zSeries environment. Adapter interruptions apply to all of the OSA-Express features available on z990, whether offered as a new build or on an upgrade from z900 when in QDIO mode (OSD CHPID type). This support is exclusive to z990.

Note: HiperSockets supported adapter interruptions at introduction.

This support is available in z/VM V4.4.

The Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO) architecture is utilized by:

  • FICON Express when configured to support SCSI devices using the Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP CHPID type) in a Linux for zSeries environment

  • HiperSockets (IQD CHPID type) for IP communication between LPARs, between an LPAR and a VM guest, or between VM guests

  • All of the OSA-Express features in QDIO mode (OSD CHPID type)

QDIO continues to be the preferred architecture for high-speed communication, reducing host interruptions and improving response times.

z990 Performance Assist for V=V Guests in the z/VM environment

Passthrough of adapter interruptions for FCP, IQD, and OSD CHPID types

z990's support of virtual machine technology has been enhanced to include a new performance assist for virtualization of adapter interruptions. This z990 performance assist is available to V=V guests (pagable guests) that support QDIO on z/VM V4.4. The deployment of adapter interruptions improves efficiency and performance by reducing overhead.

The z990 performance assist for V=V guests is a passthrough architecture that reduces host programming overhead by avoiding the need to stop guest processing when adapter interruptions are presented. Without the assist, the z/VM control program must intercede to process and route the adapter interruptions.

The z990 performance assist improves Linux for zSeries performance under z/VM by allowing guest I/O - FICON (FCP CHPID type), HiperSockets (IQD CHPID type), and OSA-Express (OSD CHPID type) - to be handled with minimal z/VM overhead through direct presentation of adapter interruptions by the server to a pagable guest, boosting I/O performance.

This support is available in z/VM V4.4.

Update on the OSA-Express Family of LAN Adapters

Now 48 connections to your network

With the introduction of z990, its increased processing capacity, and the availability of Multiple Channel SubSystems, the Open Systems Adapter family of Local Area Network (LAN) adapters is also expanding by offering up to a maximum of 24 features per system, versus the maximum of up to 12 features per system on prior generations. You now have 48 ports of LAN connectivity. You can choose any combination of OSA-Express features: the new OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet LX (FC 1364), the new OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet SX (FC 1365), the new OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet (FC 1366), and the current OSA-Express Token Ring (FC 2367). You can also carry forward on an upgrade from z900, OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet LX (FC 2364), OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet SX (FC 2365), OSA-Express Fast Ethernet (FC 2366), and OSA-Express Token Ring (FC 2367).

New OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet features

A new generation of Open Systems Adapter-Express (OSA-Express) Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) features is being offered with z990, and new feature codes are being introduced. These new features are offered on new builds and replace the current OSA-Express GbE features (FC 2364, FC 2365) which can also be brought forward to z990 on an upgrade from z900.

The new OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet SX (short wavelength) and OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet LX (long wavelength) features support Checksum Offload, and have a new connector type, LC Duplex, replacing the current SC Duplex connector. This conforms to the fiber optic connectors currently in use for ISC-3 and the FICON Express features which began shipping October 31, 2001.

The new OSA-Express GbE features continue to be dual-port features occupying a single I/O slot, and utilize one CHPID per port, two CHPIDs per feature. The OSA-Express GbE features continue to support Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO) mode only, full-duplex operation, and jumbo frames.

The current OSA-Express GbE features are supported on z990 on an upgrade from z900, OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet LX (FC 2364) and OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet SX (FC 2365). The connector remains the same, SC Duplex.

These new features are exclusive to z990. There are no unique software dependencies for the new OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet features, with the exception of the Checksum Offload support. Refer to the Checksum Offload text for more details. Refer to the Web site for Linux for zSeries support.

Refer to the standards section for conformance information as well as additional information on the features.

1000BASE-T Ethernet - a new copper Ethernet: A new copper Ethernet feature is being introduced on z990. This new feature is offered on new builds and replaces the current OSA-Express Fast Ethernet (#2366) which can also be brought forward to z990 on an upgrade from z900. OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet (CHPID types OSC, OSD, OSE) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

This new feature, 1000BASE-T Ethernet, is capable of operating at 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps (1 Gbps) using the same Category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cabling infrastructure that is utilized for Fast Ethernet. The new Gigabit over copper adapter allows a migration to gigabit speeds wherever there is a copper cabling infrastructure instead of a fiber optic cabling infrastructure.

The new 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature supports:

  • Auto-negotiation (the target device must also be set to auto- negotiate)
  • A QDIO and a non-QDIO environment allowing you to make the most of your TCP/IP and SNA/APPN/HPR environments at up to gigabit speeds
  • Checksum Offload when in QDIO mode

When configured at 1 Gbps (1000 Mbps), the 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature has the following attributes:

  • Operates in QDIO mode or non-QDIO mode
  • Carries SNA (non-QDIO mode) and TCP/IP packets (QDIO or non-QDIO mode)
  • Operates in full-duplex mode only
  • Supports jumbo frames in QDIO mode

There are no unique software dependencies for the new 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature, with the exception of the Checksum Offload support. Refer to the Software Requirements section for further information.

Refer to the standards section for conformance information as well as additional information on the feature.

OSA-Express Integrated Console Controller: Today, IBM is introducing a new function for the Open Systems Adapter-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature and a new Channel Path Identifier (CHPID) type, OSC. The new Open Systems Adapter-Express Integrated Console Controller (OSA-ICC) function supports TN3270E (RFC 2355) and non-SNA DFT 3270 emulation. Now, 3270 emulation for console session connections is integrated in the zSeries 990 via a port on the OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature. This can eliminate the requirement for external console controllers (2074, 3174), helping to reduce cost and complexity. Each port can support up to 120 console session connections.

OSA-ICC support on zSeries is exclusive to z890 and z990 and is available via the OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature, only. OSA-ICC can be configured on a port-by-port basis; a port on the 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature can be configured as CHPID type OSC, OSD, or OSE.

Refer to IBM eServer zSeries 990 and 890 Open Systems Adapter-Express Integrated Console Controller User's Guide (SA22-7990) for installation and setup assistance. Refer to the

Software requirements section for further information.

Checksum Offload for IPv4 packets when in QDIO mode - Linux and z/OS

A new function, Checksum Offload, offered for the new OSA-Express GbE and 1000BASE-T Ethernet features, is being introduced for the Linux for zSeries and z/OS environments. Checksum Offload provides the capability of calculating the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), User Datagram Protocol (UDP), and Internet Protocol (IP) header checksums. Checksum verifies the correctness of files. By moving the checksum calculations to a Gigabit or 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature, host CPU cycles are reduced and performance is improved.

When checksum is offloaded, the OSA-Express feature performs the checksum calculations for Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) packets. This function applies to packets which actually go onto the Local Area Network (LAN) or come in from the LAN. When multiple IP stacks share an OSA-Express, and an IP stack sends a packet to a next hop address owned by another IP stack sharing the OSA-Express, OSA-Express sends the IP packet directly to the other IP stack without placing it out on the LAN. Checksum Offload does not apply to such IP packets. This function does not apply to IPv6 packets. TCP/IP will continue to perform all checksum processing for IPv6 packets. This function also does not apply to ICMP checksum processing. TCP/IP will continue to perform processing for ICMP checksum.

Checksum Offload is supported by the new OSA-Express GbE features (FC 1364, FC 1365) and the new 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature (FC 1366) when operating at 1000 Mbps (1 Gbps). This is applicable to the QDIO mode only.

Full VLAN support for z/OS to increase traffic flow when in QDIO mode

z/OS Communications Server (CS) now supports Virtual Local Area Network Identifications (VLAN IDs). Support is offered for one global VLAN (ID) per Internet Protocol (IP) version per TCP/IP stack:

  • One Global VLAN (ID) for IPv4 and
  • One Global VLAN (ID) for IPv6

Previously CS supported VLAN priority tagging. CS will support both priority tagging and VLAN IDs.

VLAN support conforms to the IEEE 802.1q standard which defines a VLAN as a subset of the active topology of the LAN. VLANs ease the administration of logical groups of users so that they can communicate as if they were on the same LAN. VLANs increase traffic flow and reduce overhead by allowing the organization of networks by traffic patterns rather than by physical location.

Full VLAN support is offered in z/OS V1.5 Communications Server. Full VLAN support is available on the following OSA-Express features: 1000BASE-T Ethernet (FC 1366), Fast Ethernet (FC 2366), and Gigabit Ethernet (FC 2364, 2365, 1364, 1365) when in QDIO mode.

Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Support in z/VM

z/VM V4.4 now exploits the VLAN technology and conforms to the IEEE 802.1q standard. TCP/IP for z/VM supports Virtual Local Area Network Identifications (VLAN IDs). Support is offered for one global VLAN ID for IPv4. The z/VM TCP/IP stack supports one VLAN ID per OSA-Express port. Each port can be configured with a different VLAN ID.

Support is offered for the following OSA-Express features: 1000BASE-T Ethernet (FC 1366), Fast Ethernet (FC 2366), and Gigabit Ethernet (FC 2364, 2365, 1364, 1365) when in QDIO mode.

VLAN support in a Linux for zSeries environment was delivered for the OSA-Express Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet features in QDIO mode in April, 2002 for z800 and z900.

Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) support for Linux on zSeries: VLAN (IEEE 802.1q) support in a Linux on zSeries environment is supported for the OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet, 1000BASE-T Ethernet, and Fast Ethernet features when in QDIO mode. Refer to the

Software requirements section for further information.

Intrusion Detection Services (IDS) enhancements when in QDIO mode

Introduced in z/OS V1.2 Communications Server, Intrusion Detection Services can help detect attacks on the TCP/IP stack that would potentially harm its ability to function normally and cause a misuse of system resources.

In z/OS V1.5 Communications Server, interface flood detection (Denial of Service - DoS) will be added to the current IDS.

These enhancements are exclusive to z990 and are supported by all of the OSA-Express features supported on z990 when in QDIO mode (OSD CHPID type) -- one of the IP Assist functions.

Now 160 TCP/IP stacks per OSA-Express port when in QDIO mode

TCP/IP connectivity is now increased with the capability to allow up to a maximum of 160 IP stacks per OSA-Express port and 480 devices. There is up to a maximum of 84 IP stacks and 255 devices per LPAR. There continue to be four QDIO priorities. Previously, the OSA-Express features, when configured for QDIO, had been capable of supporting up to 80 IP stacks and 240 devices.

This support is applicable to all of the OSA-Express features available on z990, either as a new build z990 or on an upgrade from z900 when using QDIO mode (OSD CHPID type). This support is offered in the z990 Licensed Internal Code (LIC). There are no prerequisite software requirements.

OSA/SF Java GUI for client operating system independence

A new version of the Open Systems Adapter Support Facility (OSA/SF) is being introduced and includes a Java-based Graphical User Interface (GUI) in support of the client application. The Java GUI is independent of any operating system/server (transparent to operating system), and is expected to operate wherever the Java 1.4 runtimes are available. Interoperability testing has been performed for Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Linux for zSeries. In the past, workstation support was downloaded to a client supporting Windows NT, Windows 95, or OS/2. Use of the GUI is optional; a REXX command interface is also included with OSA/SF. OSA/SF is not required to set up the OSA-Express features in QDIO mode (OSD CHPID type).

OSA/SF has been, and continues to be, integrated in z/OS(TM), OS/390(R), z/VM(TM), and VSE/ESA(TM) and runs as a host application. For OSA/SF, Java GUI communication is supported via TCP/IP only. In the past, communication was supported via EHLLAPI (3270), APPC, and TCP/IP.

This new integrated version of OSA/SF is a complete replacement for the currently integrated versions in z/OS, OS/390, and VSE/ESA. This new version of OSA/SF is not being offered as a separately orderable program product.

The Open Systems Adapter Support Facility (OSA/SF) is used primarily to:

  • Manage all OSA ports
  • Configure all OSA non-QDIO ports
  • Configure ATM LANE ports on G3 - G6 Servers, z800 and z900
  • Configure local MAC

This deliverable is a complete replacement for OSA/SF V2.1 (5655-B57). A separately orderable program product is no longer available. This new integrated version is applicable to all in service releases of z/OS, OS/390, z/VM, and VSE/ESA.

In the z/OS environment, delivery will be via the z/OS V1.4 z990 Compatibility Support feature (for release z/OS V1.4) and z990 Compatibility for Selected Releases Web deliverable (for releases OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2, and z/OS V1.3).

The new version of OSA/SF is integrated in z/VM V4.4 and replaces V2.1. In currently supported versions/releases of z/VM, and VSE/ESA, the new version of will be delivered as a PTF and will overlay OSA/SF V2.1.

This support is applicable to all OSA-Express and OSA-2 features on all supported servers.

Note: The OSA-2 features are not available on z990.

OSA-Express SNMP update The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) allows network managers to monitor network devices and their functions, and identify problems in a TCP/IP environment. A separate standard, Management Information Base (MIB), defines the set of variables that SNMP servers maintain. The OSA-Express features support SNMP.

The OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent and the OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent MIB were first introduced for the QDIO mode only (CHPID type OSD). Prior to the introduction of the OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent, OSA-Express management data was only available with the z/OS Communications Server TCP/IP subagent which required the Open Systems Adapter/Support Facility (OSA/SF) to obtain the data.

With the release of the OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent, OSA/SF was no longer required to manage SNMP data for the OSA-Express features when configured in QDIO mode. With the introduction of Direct SNMP subagent support for LCS (see below), Direct SNMP subagent supported has been expanded to include TCP/IP when configuring a LAN Channel Station (LCS) connection when in non-QDIO mode (CHPID type OSE).

Traps and Set now supported: IBM is introducing, today, enhanced support for the OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent to include Traps and Set, in addition to the previously released Get and GetNext support. Support for Traps and Set helps network managers to seamlessly integrate the zSeries OSA-Express features with the overall SNMP management strategy.

Trap support allows the SNMP manager to asynchronously receive an alert when one or more conditions are met, thus enabling a central source access to all information relating to the network connections. Direct SNMP users may configure the manager to send a Trap notification when the status of an OSA-Express port has changed.

Set support allows an SNMP manager to change a value identified by an Object Identifier (OID) in the OSA-Express Management Information Base (MIB). The initial object made settable in this implementation is the ability to set Traps on/off. Setting Traps "off" can be helpful if excessive Traps are being reported at the SNMP console.

Trap and Set support applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z890 and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent support for LCS: IBM is introducing, today, expanded support for Direct Simple Network Managemet Protocol (SNMP) to now include TCP/IP when configuring a LAN Channel Station (LCS) connection. This applies to the non-QDIO mode (CHPID type OSE) when carrying TCP/IP traffic.

This support applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z890, and z990 and at availability will be exclusive in z/OS to z/OS V1.6. Direct SNMP for LCS when configured in non-QDIO mode supports the same SNMP requests and alerts offered in QDIO mode - Get, GetNext, Trap, Set.

In the past, Direct SNMP subagent support was exclusive to the QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD). Refer to the Software Requirements section for further information.

Performance data reflecting OSA-Express utilization: In May, 2003, IBM announced a usability enhancement via the Direct SNMP subagent to return performance data, in individual objects, for each image reflecting OSA-Express utilization without the need to "decode" a larger object that previously contained all of the information. The information returned includes the percentage of time the microprocessor was utilized to transfer data, as well as the number of inbound and outbound packets.

This support applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z800, z900, z890 and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

Summarizing the OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent support offered via the OSA-Express features that is available via zSeries 990 Licensed Internal Code (LIC):

  • Get and GetNext requests
    • Applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z800, z900, z890, and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

  • dot3StatsTable Ethernet data for dot3StatsTable was first introduced in May, 2003, and applies to the SNMP EtherLike Management Information Base (MIB) module in RFC 2665 which provides statistics for Ethernet interfaces. These statistics can assist in the analysis of network traffic congestion.
    • Applies to all of the Ethernet features supported on z800, z900, z890, and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

  • Performance data reflecting OSA-Express utilization was first introduced in May, 2003.
    • Applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z800, z900, z890, and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

  • Traps and Set
    • Applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z890 and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

  • Direct SNMP support for LCS,
    • Applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z890 and z990 when configured in non-QDIO mode (CHPID type OSE) supporting TCP/IP applications only and the same SNMP requests and alerts offered in QDIO mode - Get, GetNext, Trap, Set.
    • Applies in z/OS exclusively to the z/OS V1.6 environment.

For more information on SNMP support as well as the applicable features and modes of operation, refer to the Open Systems Adapter-Express Customer's Guide and Reference (SA22-7935). Refer also to the Software requirements section for further information.

The zSeries 990 May 2004, Licensed Internal Code includes support for the following:

  • Get and GetNext
  • dot3StatsTable
  • New Gigabit Ethernet features
  • New 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature
  • Logical Channel SubSystems (LCSSs)
  • Updated performance table with more detailed information
  • Traps and Set
  • Direct SNMP for LCS when configured in non-QDIO mode

The OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent MIB information can be found on Resource Link.

http://www.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink

If you subscribe to the document, OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent MIB module, you will receive e-mail notification of document changes.

OSA-Express usability enhancement - Port name relief: When configuring an OSA-Express feature in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD), specification of a PORTNAME is no longer required as part of the operating system configuration and can be omitted if not needed by the operating system. For compatibility purposes, OSA-Express will now permit activation with or without a PORTNAME.

Prior to this change, operating system administrators that wished to share an OSA-Express were required to coordinate the configuration of the PORTNAME (configure matching names). If a mismatch occurred, activation would fail. To avoid the coordination effort when multiple operating systems share an OSA-Express, this usability enhancement has been introduced.

Operating Systems notes:

  1. z/OS - z/OS Communications Server (z/OS CS) still requires the use of the OSA-Express PORTNAME. The PORTNAME must be the same among all z/OS systems (or any operating system that still uses PORTNAME) sharing the OSA-Express CHPID.

  2. z/VM - In a z/VM environment when using a guest LAN with a simulated OSA-Express QDIO feature, the PORTNAME may now be omitted when configuring the device. For example, in z/VM TCPIP the PORTNAME is specified on the OSD DEVICE statement and now may be omitted. Linux on zSeries guests may now omit the PORTNAME in the add_parms command of the qeth interface parameters.

    For z/VM V4.3 co-requisites refer to the z/VM subset of the 2086DEVICE Preventive Service Planning (PSP) bucket. This function is integrated in z/VM V4.4.

  3. Linux on zSeries images may now omit the PORTNAME in the add_parms command of the qeth interface parameters.

This usability enhancement is supported on all of the OSA-Express features offered on z800, z900, z890, and z990. This support is applicable to all of the OSA-Express features in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

OSA-Express Token Ring outlook

The demand for Token Ring in mainframe environments continues to decline. A migration from a Token Ring to an Ethernet environment should be a recommended part of all long term LAN planning.

OSA-Express ATM no longer supported

The OSA-Express Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) features are not supported on z990. They are not offered as a new build option and are not offered on an upgrade from z900. This satisfies the Statement of General Direction in the hardware announcement dated April 30, 2002.

If ATM connectivity is still desired, a multiprotocol switch or router with the appropriate network interface (for example, 1000BASE-T Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet) can be used to provide connectivity between the z990 and an ATM network.

OSA-2 FDDI no longer supported

The OSA-2 Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) feature is not supported on z990. It is not offered as a new build option and is not offered on an upgrade from z900. This satisfies the Statement of General Direction in the hardware announcement dated October 4, 2001.

If FDDI connectivity is still desired, a multiprotocol switch or router with the appropriate network interface (for example, 1000BASE-T Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet) can be used to provide connectivity between the z990 and a FDDI LAN.

Further Integration of Cryptographic support with z990

Cryptographic Function on every Central Processor (CP)

To achieve the required throughput and implement new functions while maintaining balanced usage of system resources, integrated hardware is key. zSeries 990 introduces the Message Security Assist Architecture along with the new CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) delivering cryptographic support on every CP with DES and TDES data encryption/decryption and SHA-1. This offers balanced use of system resources and is designed to provide unprecedented scalability -- a z990 can have from one to 32 CPs, depending upon model -- and data rates at 2X or more faster than the CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessor Facility (CCF). Since these cryptographic functions are implemented in each and every CP, the association of cryptographic functions to specific PUs, as was done with previous generations of zSeries, is eliminated.

The DES and TDES functions use clear key values. The SHA-1 function is shipped enabled. However, DES and TDES functions require enablement of the CPACF function (FC 3863) for export control.

For IBM and customer written programs the CPACF for DES, TDES, and SHA-1 functions can be invoked by five new problem state instructions as defined by an extension to the zSeries architecture.

Support is also available via the Integrated Cryptographic Service Facility (ICSF) via the z/OS V1.4 z990 Compatibility Support feature for z/OS V1.4, z990 Cryptographic CP Assist Support Web deliverable for z/OS V1.3, and z990 Cryptographic Support Web deliverable for z/OS V1.2 and OS/390 V2.10.

Secure Encrypted Transactions with Higher Performance - new PCIXCC

The PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCIXCC) (FC 0868) is a replacement for the PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCICC) (FC 0861) and the CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessor Facility that were offered on z900. All of the equivalent PCICC functions that are implemented are designed to offer higher performance. In addition, the functions on the CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessor Facility used by known applications have also been implemented in the PCIXCC feature.

The PCIXCC feature supports:

  • Secure cryptographic functions
  • Use of secure encrypted key values
  • User-Defined Extensions

The installation of the CPACF feature (FC 3863) is required to enable the use of the PCIXCC feature. Support is available via the Integrated Cryptographic Service Facility (ICSF) and the z990 Cryptographic Support Web deliverable for z/OS V1.4, z/OS V1.3, z/OS V1.2, and OS/390 V2.10. Refer to the Software Requirements section for availability dates. See the Limitations section for more information.

User-Defined Extensions To Support Unique Requirements

User-Defined Extensions to the Common Cryptographic Architecture (CCA) support program that executes within the PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor will be supported via an IBM Service Offering. For unique customer applications, the PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor will support the loading of customized cryptographic functions on z990. Support is available via ICSF and the z990 Cryptographic Support. Refer to the Software Requirements section for availability dates.

Under a special contract with IBM, PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor customers will gain the flexibility to define and load custom cryptographic functions themselves. This service offering can be requested via the IBM 'Cryptocards' Web site by selecting the 'Custom Programming' option.

The Web site will direct the customer's request to an IBM Global Services (IGS) location appropriate for the customer's geographic location. A special contract will be negotiated between IGS and the customer, covering development of the UDX by IGS per the customer's specifications as well as an agreed-upon level of the UDX. The contract may also include e-mail/telephone/on-site support if so negotiated (IGS may subcontract any piece of this work to a third party vendor).

PCICA - Continued Cryptographic Support for the e-business environment

The PCI Cryptographic Accelerator (PCICA) feature, supported on z900, is available on z990 and may be carried forward on upgrades from z900 to z990. This hardware-based cryptographic solution continues to address the high Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) performance needs of on demand businesses. The SSL and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols are essential and widely used protocols to help support secure e-business applications. Compute-intensive public key cryptographic processes as used by SSL/TLS, can be offloaded from the host to the PCICA feature to reduce CP usage and to increase system throughput. Each PCICA feature can support up to 30 LPARs (up to 15 LPARs per PCI Cryptographic Accelerator card - there are two cards per PCICA feature).

The new z990 server, with six PCICA features and 16 CPs active, is designed to provide increased secure Web transaction performance by supporting greater than 11,000 SSL handshakes per second. To enable the use of the PCICA feature, the CPACF feature (FC 3863) must be installed.

With VSE/ESA V2.7 and IBM TCP/IP for VSE/ESA V1.5, support is offered for the PCICA feature. See the Limitations and Software Requirements sections for further information on the PCICA feature.

PCIXCC support for double length DUKPT: Derived Unique Key Per Transaction (DUKPT) is a key management method that allows you to write applications that implement the DUKPT algorithm as defined by the ANSI X9.24 standard, providing added security for point of sale transactions. At introduction, IBM supported single length DUKPT on zSeries 990. Now, IBM is introducing support for double length DUKPT on the z890 and z990 for the PCIXCC feature. This support on OS/390 and z/OS is exclusive to the OS/390 V2.10, z/OS, and z/OS.e environments and is part of the ICSF Web deliverable z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support.

PCIXCC support for EMV 2000 Standard: Europay Mastercard and Visa (EMV) support allows you to write applications that comply with the EMV 2000 standard, which is used for financial transactions among heterogeneous hardware and software. Support for the EMV 2000 standard applies only to the PCIXCC feature and to z890 and z990. This support on OS/390 and z/OS is exclusive to the OS/390 V2.10, z/OS, and z/OS.e environments and is part of the ICSF Web deliverable z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support. Refer to the Software requirements section for further information.

PCICA and PCIXCC support for PKD service enhancement: The Public Key Decrypt (PKD) service has been upgraded to support a Zero-Pad option for clear RSA private keys. With this support, PKD can be used as an accelerator for raw RSA private operations, including the use of CRT format keys. This enhancement applies to z890 and z990, to the OS/390 V2.10, z/OS, and z/OS.e environments, and is part of the ICSF Web deliverable z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support.

PCICA and PCIXCC support for PKE service enhancement: The Public Key Encrypt (PKE) service has been enhanced to support the Mod_Raised_to Power (MRP) function. The MRP function can be used to offload the compute-intensive portion of the Diffie-Hellman protocol for both the PCICA and PCIXCC features for improved performance and more efficient use of CP resources. This enhancement on OS/390 and z/OS, applies to z890 and z990, and is exclusive to the OS/390 V2.10, z/OS, and z/OS.e environments, and is part of the ICSF Web deliverable z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support.

Trusted Key Entry (TKE) 4.0 code level workstation::

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) 4.0 code level workstation is an optionally priced feature that provides a basic key management system. The key management system allows an authorized person a method for key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, and management. The TKE workstation is a tool for security administrators to use in setting up and establishing the security policy and placing it into production. The TKE feature is a combination of workstation hardware and software networked-connected to z990. The TKE workstation and 4.0 code level are designed to provide a secure, remote, and flexible method of providing Master Key Entry, and to remotely manage PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessors.

Trusted Key Entry (TKE) 4.1 code level workstation:

The TKE 4.1 code level workstation is an optionally priced feature that provides a basic key management system. The key management system allows an authorized person a method for key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, and management. The TKE workstation is a tool for security administrators to use in setting up and establishing the security policy and placing it into production. The TKE feature is a combination of workstation hardware and software networked-connected to z990. The TKE workstation and 4.1 code level are designed to provide a security-rich, flexible method of providing master key entry (and now operational key entry), and to locally and remotely manage Cryptographic Coprocessor features.

TKE 4.1 code level for secure operational key entry: The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) 4.1 code now provides a security-rich local and remote method of providing operational key entry, along with the master key entry that was previously announced. This support applies to the Cryptographic Coprocessor features and is exclusive to z890 and z990.

Customers with TKE 3.X installed workstations may carry them forward to control legacy systems only. An update from TKE 3.0 or TKE 3.1 code levels to TKE 4.1 code level is required to control the z890 and z990. To use the TKE function, the PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCIXCC) feature, the TKE 4.1 code level, and the CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) must be installed.

Parallel Sysplex Marches On

Enhancing the Scalability of Parallel Sysplex

All z990 servers with Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC) Level 12 support the following:

  • 64-bit addressing to support larger structure sizes and to eliminate the 2 GigaByte (GB) "control store" line in the Coupling Facility (CF). With this support, the distinction between "control store" and "non-control store" (data storage) in the Coupling Facility is eliminated, and large central storage can be used for all Coupling Facility control and data objects.

  • Up to 48 internal tasks for improved multiprocessing of CF requests.

  • System-Managed Coupling Facility Structure Duplexing

  • Message Time Ordering

    As server and Coupling Facility link technologies have improved over the years, the synchronization tolerance between systems in a Parallel Sysplex has become more rigorous. To help ensure that any exchanges of time-stamped information between systems in a Parallel Sysplex involving the Coupling Facility observe the correct time ordering, time stamps are now included in the message-transfer protocol between the systems and the Coupling Facility. Therefore, when a Coupling Facility is configured as an ICF on any z990, the Coupling Facility requires connectivity to the same Sysplex Timer(R) that the other systems in its Parallel Sysplex are using for time synchronization. If the ICF is on the same server as a member of its Parallel Sysplex, no additional Sysplex Timer connectivity is required, since the server already has connectivity to the Sysplex Timer. However, when an ICF is configured on a z990 which does not host any systems in the same Parallel Sysplex, it is necessary to attach the server to the Sysplex Timer.

Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC) Level 13 for z890 and z990: CFCC level 13, a new level, is now available for the z990 and z890. This level can provide Parallel Sysplex availability and performance enhancements.

Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC) enhanced patch apply: Today, the CFCC patch apply process is designed to eliminate the need for a power on reset (POR) of the z990 to apply a "disruptive" CFCC patch. This enhancement is intended to provide you with the ability to:

  • Selectively apply the new patch to one of possibly several CFs running on a z990. For example, if you have a CF that supports a test Parallel Sysplex and a CF that supports a production Parallel Sysplex on the same z990, you now have the ability to apply a "disruptive" patch to only the test CF without affecting the production CF. After you have completed testing of the patch, it can be applied to the production CF as identified in the example.
  • Continue to run other LPARs on the z990 where a "disruptive" CFCC patch will be applied without being impacted by the application of the "disruptive" CFCC patch.

This enhancement does not change the characteristics of a "concurrent" CFCC patch, but can significantly enhance the availability characteristics of a "disruptive" CFCC patch by making it much less disruptive.

Previously, small enhancements or "fixes" to the CFCC were usually distributed as a "concurrent" patch that could be applied while the CF was running. Occasionally, a CFCC patch was "disruptive". When such a "disruptive" change needed to be applied to a CF, it required a POR of the server where the CF was running. This was especially disruptive for those enterprises that had chosen to use internal CFs, because a POR of the server affects the CF where the change was to be applied and all other LPARs running on the same server. Further, if an enterprise was using multiple internal CFs on the same server (to support both a test and production configurations for example), there was no way to selectively apply the "disruptive" patch to just one of the CFs - once applied, all the CFs on the server had the change. Consequently, the application of the "disruptive" CFCC patch was very disruptive from an operations and availability perspective.

Additional CFCC Enhancements:

CFCC level 13 provides additional changes which can affect different software environments that run within a Parallel Sysplex. For example, DB2(R) data sharing is expected to see a performance improvement, especially for castout processing against large DB2 group buffer pool structures.

Enhancing the Availability of Parallel Sysplex

z990 fully supports System-Managed CF Structure Duplexing. This is a set of architectural extensions to Parallel Sysplex in support of duplexing of Coupling Facility structures for high availability. All three structure types -- cache structures, list structures, and locking structures, can be duplexed using this architecture.

The IBM technical paper, System Managed CF Structure Duplexing (GM13-0103), includes information about:

  • The cost/benefit trade-offs in duplexing
  • Determining which structures should be duplexed in a specific Parallel Sysplex

Support for these extensions on z990 is on the same schedule as the entire zSeries family of servers and prerequisites CFCC Level 12 with current maintenance including the CFCC compatibility code as well as z/OS V1.2 and later with the service as defined in the CFDUPLEXING PSP bucket.

System-Managed CF Structure Duplexing is now available exclusively through a Readiness Review process which was announced on April 8, 2003. Refer to Hardware Announcement 103-089, dated April 8, 2003.

System-Managed CF Structure Duplexing also requires the appropriate level for the exploiter support. Installing these releases and enabling this new function provides the necessary base for highly-available Coupling Facility structure data through the redundancy of duplexing. Additionally, it enhances Parallel Sysplex ease of use by reducing the complexity of CF structure recovery, and may also enable some installations to eliminate the requirement for standalone CFs in their Parallel Sysplex configuration.

z990 Coupling Connectivity for Parallel Sysplex

ICs, ICBs, and ISC-3 on z990

Like its predecessor, z990 supports Internal Coupling Channels (ICs), Integrated Cluster Bus (ICB), and InterSystem Channel-3 (ISC-3) for passing information back and forth in a Parallel Sysplex environment. These technologies are all members of the family of Coupling connectivity options available on z990.

Internal Coupling Channels (ICs) are for internal communication between Coupling Facilities defined in LPARs and z/OS images on the same server. Integrated Cluster Buses (ICBs) are used for server-to-server communication over short distances. The newest ICB member, ICB-4, supports a link data rate of 2 GigaBytes per second (GBps), compared to ICB-3 which supports a link data rate of 1 GBps. ICBs carry traffic over 10 meter (33 feet) copper cables, of which 3 meters is reserved for intraserver connection.

The InterSystem Channel-3 (ISC-3) is another member of the family of Coupling Link options available on z990. ISC-3s support a link data rate of 2 Gigabits per second (Gbps) and carry traffic over 9 micron single mode fiber optic cables. See the sales manual for more information on the ISC-3 feature.

z990 supports:

  • Internal Coupling Channels - up to a maximum of 32 ICs.

  • Integrated Cluster Bus-2 (ICB-2) to attach G5/G6 Servers to z990 - up to a maximum of 8 links.

  • Integrated Cluster Bus-3 (ICB-3) to attach z800s and z900s to z990 - up to a maximum of 16 links.

  • Integrated Cluster Bus-4 (ICB-4) to attach z990 to z990 - up to a maximum of 16 links.

  • InterSystem Channel-3 (ISC-3) - up to a maximum of 32 links.

The maximum number of external Coupling Links combined (ICB-2, ICB-3, ICB-4, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 32 per system.

There are unique cables for ICB-2, ICB-3, and ICB-4. Refer to the sales manual for more information on these cables.

Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (GDPS) enhancements

Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (TM), (GDPS) (R), an industry-leading e-business continuity solution, is a multisite solution that is designed to provide the capability to manage the remote copy configuration and storage subsystems, automate Parallel Sysplex operational tasks, and perform failure recovery from a single point of control, thereby helping to improve application availability. GDPS supports both the synchronous Peer-to-Peer Remote Copy (PPRC), as well as the asynchronous Extended Remote Copy (XRC) forms of remote copy. Depending on the form of remote copy, the solution is referred to as GDPS/PPRC or GDPS/XRC.

GDPS/PPRC and GDPS/XRC have been enhanced to include new functions.

GDPS/PPRC HyperSwap (TM) function: The GDPS/PPRC HyperSwap function is designed to broaden the availability attributes of GDPS/PPRC by extending the Parallel Sysplex redundancy to disk subsystems.

The Planned HyperSwap function provides the ability to:

  • Transparently switch all primary PPRC disk subsystems with the secondary PPRC disk subsystems for a planned reconfiguration.
  • Perform disk configuration maintenance and planned site maintenance without requiring any applications to be quiesced.

The Unplanned HyperSwap function contains additional function to transparently switch to use secondary PPRC disk subsystems in the event of unplanned outages of the primary PPRC disk subsystems or a failure of the site containing the primary PPRC disk subsystems.

The Unplanned HyperSwap function allows:

  • Production systems to remain active during a disk subsystem failure. Disk subsystem failures will no longer constitute a single point of failure for an entire Parallel Sysplex.

  • Production servers to remain active during a failure of the site containing the primary PPRC disk subsystems if applications are cloned and exploiting data sharing across the two sites. Even though the workload in the second site will need to be restarted, an improvement in the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) can be accomplished.

GDPS/PPRC management for open systems Logical Unit Numbers (LUNs):

GDPS/PPRC technology has been extended to manage a heterogeneous environment of z/OS and open systems data. If installations share their disk subsystems between the z/OS and open systems platforms, GDPS/PPRC, running in a z/OS system, can manage the PPRC status of devices that belong to the other platforms and are not even defined to the z/OS platform. GDPS/PPRC will also provide data consistency across both z/OS and open systems data.

GDPS supports PPRC over Fibre Channel links: In 2003, IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Storage Server (ESS) announced support of PPRC over Fibre Channel for the ESS Model 800.

This support is designed to provide improved throughput (compared to ESCON), and a reduction in cross-site connectivity (two PPRC Fibre Channel links per ESS are considered sufficient for most customer workloads).

One of the potential benefits of this support is the ability for customers to increase the distance between sites while maintaining acceptable performance.

GDPS supports FlashCopy (R) v2 elimination of the LSS constraint:

IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Storage Server (ESS) announced support of FlashCopy v2. Prior to this announcement, both source and target volumes had to reside on the same logical subsystem (LSS) within the disksubsystem. Since this constraint has been removed with FlashCopy v2, GDPS will now allow a FlashCopy from a source in one LSS to a target in a different LSS within the same disk subsystem. This new flexibility can help simplify administration and capacity planning for FlashCopy.

GDPS/PPRC and Cross-site Parallel Sysplex distance extended to 100 km:

IBM has delivered, via a Request for Price Quote (RPQ), the capability to configure GDPS/PPRC or a multi-site Parallel Sysplex up to a distance of 100 kilometers (62 miles) between two sites. This extended distance can potentially decrease the risk that the same disaster will affect both sites, thus permitting enterprises to recover production applications at another site.

Support has been extended up to a distance of 100 km from the current capability of 50 km (31 miles) for:

  • External Time Reference (ETR) links
      An ETR link on a zSeries or S/390 server provides attachment to the Sysplex Timer.

  • InterSystem Channel-3 (ISC-3) links operating in peer mode
      ISC-3 links, supported on all zSeries servers, connect z/OS and OS/390 systems to Coupling Facilities in a Parallel Sysplex environment.

The extended distance support for ETR and ISC-3 links is now consistent with other cross-site link technologies that currently support 100 km between two sites (such as FICON, Peer-to-Peer Remote Copy (PPRC), Peer-to-Peer Virtual Tape Server (PtP VTS)).

It should be noted that the maximum fiber optic cable distance between a pair of Sysplex Timers in an Expanded Availability configuration remains at 40 km (25 miles). Therefore, to achieve the extended distance of 100 km between sites, one of the options to be considered is locating one of the Sysplex Timers in an intermediary site that is less than 40 km from one of the two sites. Other potential options can be evaluated when the RPQ request is submitted to IBM for review.

Coordinated near continuous availability and disaster recovery for Linux guests:

GDPS plans to exploit the new z/VM HyperSwap function to provide a coordinated near continuous availability and disaster recovery solution for z/OS and Linux guests running under z/VM. z/VM 5.1 provides a new HyperSwap function, so that the virtual device associated with one real disk can be swapped transparently to another. HyperSwap can be used to switch to secondary disk storage subsystems mirrored by PPRC. This solution is especially valuable for customers who share data and storage subsystems between z/OS and Linux on zSeries - for example, a SAP application server running on Linux on zSeries and a SAP DB server running on z/OS. HyperSwap can also be helpful in data migration scenarios to allow applications to migrate to new disk volumes without requiring them to be quiesced.

GDPS/PPRC will provide the reconfiguration capabilities for the Linux on zSeries systems and data in the same manner it does for z/OS systems and data. To support planned and unplanned outages, GDPS provides the following recovery actions:

  • In place re-IPL of failing operating system images

  • Site takeover/failover of a complete production site

  • Coordinated planned and unplanned HyperSwap of disk subsystems, transparent to the operating system images and applications using the disks.

This innovative continuous availability and disaster recovery solution requires IBM Tivoli System Automation for Linux, and z/VM V5.1 in addition to the other GDPS/PPRC prerequisites.

Performance enhancements for GDPS/PPRC and GDPS/XRC configurations

Concurrent activation of Capacity Backup Upgrade (CBU) can now be performed in parallel across multiple servers, which results in an improved RTO. This improvement applies to both the GDPS/PPRC and GDPS/XRC configurations.

In a GDPS/XRC configuration, it is often necessary to have multiple System Data Movers (SDMs). The number of SDMs is based on many factors, such as the number of volumes being copied and the I/O rate. Functions are now capable of being executed in parallel across multiple SDMs, thus providing improved scalability for a coupled SDM configuration.

Analysis has shown that PPRC commands issued by GDPS will generate a large number of Write to Operator messages (WTOs) that may cause WTO buffer shortages and temporarily adversely impact system performance. The Message Flooding Automation function will substantially reduce the WTO message traffic and improve system performance by suppressing redundant WTOs. These GDPS enhancements are applicable to z800, z900, z890, and z990.

For a complete list of other supported hardware platforms and software prerequisites, refer to the GDPS executive summary white paper, available at:

http://www.ibm.com/server/eserver/zseries/pso

Extended Translation Facility

The Extended Translation Facility adds 10 new instructions to the zSeries instruction set. These new instructions may enhance performance for data conversion operations done supporting data encoded in Unicode, improving the ability to efficiently support applications enabled for Unicode and/or Globalization. The instructions add hardware support for conversions to and from the various Universal Character Set (UCS) Transformation Formats (UTF) encodings used to support Unicode.

These formats for encoding data are used in a number of important technologies emerging in the Web Services, Grid, and on demand environments, such as XML and SOAP as well as being supported in DB2 (R) for data storage. The initial programming support for the new instructions are intended to be provided in High Level Assembler.

SNA Operations Management

With the industry move to TCP/IP networks, Systems Network Architecture (SNA) Operations Management commands will no longer be supported on z990 servers. These commands were previously used by the System Automation for OS/390 product as well as NetView. It is recommend that you now use the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for your automation needs.

  • If you previously used the System Automation for OS/390 product, you must now use Version 2.2 or later. This will allow you to define an automation policy for SNMP APIs rather than a policy for SNA Operations Management commands.

  • If you directly used the SNA Operations Management commands on NetView, you must now use an SNMP agent and the SNMP APIs for systems automation management.

For detailed information on the SNMP APIs commands and environment requirements, see zSeries Application Programming Interfaces (SB10-7030). For more information on the SNA Operations Management command support that is not offered on z990, see Managing Your Processors (GC38-0452). Both publications are available on IBM Resource Link.

TKE 5.0 workstation to enhance security and convenience:

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) workstation (#0859) and the TKE 5.0 level of Licensed Internal Code (#0855) are optional features on the z9-109. The TKE 5.0 LIC is loaded on the TKE workstation prior to shipment. The TKE workstation offers security-rich local and remote key management, providing authorized persons a method of operational and master key entry, identification, exchange, separation, and update. The TKE workstation supports connectivity to an Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) operating at 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps. Up to three TKE workstations can be ordered.

Refer also to the Special Features section. Support for an optional Smart Card Reader attached to the TKE 5.0 workstation allows for the use of smart cards that contain an embedded microprocessor and associated memory for data storage. Access to and the use of confidential data on the smart cards is protected by a user-defined Personal Identification Number (PIN).

Enhanced performance assists for z/VM Linux guests

For HiperSockets, FCP, and OSA: The z990 and z890 servers introduced an important virtualization technology designed to improve the performance of z/VM guest operating systems (such as Linux on System z9) when Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO) is used. This virtualization technology is designed to allow QDIO interruptions to be passed directly to guests for HiperSockets, Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP), and OSA on the z9-109, z990, and z890 servers.

A complementary virtualization technology is being introduced for z9-109, z990, and z890:

  • QDIO Enhanced Buffer-State Management (QEBSM) - two new hardware instructions designed to help eliminate the overhead of hypervisor interception
  • Host Page-Management Assist (HPMA) - an interface to the z/VM central storage management function designed to allow the hardware to assign, lock, and unlock page frames without z/VM hypervisor assistance

These new hardware assists can allow a cooperating guest operating system to initiate QDIO operations directly to the applicable channel, without interception by z/VM, thereby helping to provide additional performance improvements. Your z990 and z890 servers will require MCL updates. Support is integrated in the z9-109 LIC. The performance assists are provided on the z9-109, z990, and z890, as follows: HiperSockets (CHPID type IQD), all FICON features (CHPID type FCP), and all OSA features (CHPID type OSD). Refer to the Software Requirements section.

FCP point-to-point attachments:

When a FICON feature is configured as CHPID type FCP, IBM now supports the direct attachment of devices (point-to-point connection), without the need for an intermediate Fibre Channel switch or director. Point-to-point connections may be used to access data stored on these devices, and also to IPL an operating system or other standalone program from such a device, using the SCSI IPL feature. The no-charge SCSI IPL feature (#9904) is required to use the SCSI IPL function.

Note: Point-to-point attachment of devices to an FCP channel, including the capability to IPL from such a device, is also planned to be available for z990 and z890 (MCLs required). N_Port ID Virtualization is not supported for point-to-point attachments.

FCP point-to-point attachments are supported on the z9-109, z990, and z890, by the FICON Express2 and FICON Express features (CHPID type FCP), and by z/VM for guest usage and Linux on System z9. Refer to the Software Requirements section.

Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability (RAS)

Continuing to provide high availability and continuous reliable operation, zSeries 990 delivers significant new features for Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability (RAS).

Fault Tolerant Interconnect Design

The memory design of the z990 Models B16, C24, and D32 provides a fault tolerant dual interconnect fabric. The z990 is designed to prevent a single failure within the fabric from disrupting full memory access.

Enhanced PU Sparing

Transparent sparing for failed Processor Units (PUs) is enhanced for z990. In addition to PU sparing on an MCM, the z990 is designed to support sparing to other MCMs in Models B16, C24, and D32 in the unlikely event that an MCM has no spares.

Concurrent Model Upgrade

In October 2003, a z990 can be upgraded to a larger z990 model via the concurrent installation of additional processor units, memory and I/O links with no disruption to current operations.

Sparing for Storage Protect Keys

The robust configuration of the Storage Protect Keys has been enhanced with chip sparing. Already a triple-array with parity protection and voting, the Key structure for z990 has added sparing, similar to Main Memory chip sparing, to further enhance the availability of this critical function.

Failure Containment for the Memory Bus Adapter (MBA)

Memory Bus Adapters are designed to provide the critical link between the z990 Processor Units and the I/O subsystem. The Model A08 has three MBAs, the B16 has six MBAs, the C24 has nine MBAs, and the Model D32 has 12 MBAs. In the unlikely event of a catastrophic failure of an MBA chip, the z990 is designed to isolate the failure of that chip such that the remaining MBA chips continue to operate. This helps minimize the impact of a failure and allows for scheduling maintenance.

Enhanced Firmware Simulation

The z990 process for design, development, and test of Licensed Internal Code (LIC) has been significantly enhanced with the use of simulation to improve quality and early availability. Virtually every action/reaction of the code can be tested with the simulated hardware/code of the rest of the server. The result is to discover and correct design errors much earlier in the process.

These new features, together with legacy features such as high levels of recovery, concurrent processor upgrade, concurrent memory upgrade, concurrent I/O upgrade, and concurrent maintenance for hardware and LIC give the z990 a very impressive RAS structure.

Resource Link

Resource Link is a customized Web-based solution, helping to provide customers everything needed to plan for, install, and maintain IBM eServer zSeries and IBM S/390 servers and associated software. Simply register for a Resource Link user ID and password to access product Planning, Education, and Library services, all without charge.

  • Subscribe to Resource Link content for e-mail notification any time content changes.
  • Create Personal Folders to organize site information according to your personal interests.

Other Resource Link functions include the use of Forums to collaborate with fellow product owners, links to hardware and software Fixes, hardware and software Problem solving databases, Services for servers, software and solutions, and Tools designed for specific server and software planning, installation and configuration. Resource Link content includes:

  • Customized Planning Aids - Allow for the planning, arrival, and installation of IBM eServer hardware on order. All that is needed is an order number and the Configuration Control Number (CCN) to access the planning aids that were customized for a specific order. Included in these planning aids are the feature codes that affect the weight, height, power requirements, cooling, and cables necessary for system installation The aids also provide customized system information for processor codes and descriptions, system power information, frame requirements, cooling requirements, and hardware management console and support element information.

  • Customer Initiated Upgrade (CIU) - An IBM Resource Link Web-based solution that enables customers to set up, order and download microcode for vertical upgrade of process and/or memory. CIU simplifies planning and installation because no IBM service visit is required to perform the upgrade.

  • CHPID Mapping Tool - Downloadable from Resource Link, this tool allows you to map hardware I/O ports on order to your IOCP CHPID definitions. An availability option automatically maps hardware I/O ports to CHPIDs minimizing single points of failure. Use of this tool is not mandatory, but recommended for all new z990 hardware builds or for upgrades from a z900 processor to a z990, as well as for making changes to an already installed machine after hardware upgrades that change or increase the number of channels.

  • Fiber Cabling Service - Provides the cabling connectivity necessary for installing your new z990 processor. Because IBM offers a wide range of cables and cabling solutions to meet customer requirements for connecting I/O and networks, this cabling service is available through your IBM service representative from Resource Link.

  • Education - Use this free, online education to train and refresh skills at the convenience of your enterprise. Product education includes planning, introduction, getting started, and 'how to' courses. Learn how to use your IBM server products before your system arrives.

  • Library - View, print or download documents on IBM hardware and software products. These documents includes product overviews, users guides, planning information, parts catalogues, and safety documentation. Also available are product and description documents, which contain high level descriptions of specific microcode driver and version levels for each machine family including EC changes for the associated Hardware Management Console and Support Element.

  • Machine Information - View or search for machine information from reports for machines with IBM maintenance agreements. Simply register for machine information on Resource Link and receive authorization to view reports based on machine serial number as well as links to MES content information. The report data is collected from IBM servers on a weekly basis using the Call Home feature, which transmits critical machine data and also detects failures or pending failures.

Fiber optic cabling services from IBM Networking Services

Fiber optic cabling complexity continues to be a part of the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure as diverse protocols (ESCON, FICON, FCP, Gigabit Ethernet) and industry-standard small form factor (SFF) connectors continue to proliferate in the enterprise. If your enterprise has multiple generations of products, the problem can be exacerbated. Even more critical is the availability of skills and dedicated personnel tasked to support the short term as well as the long term requirements of the IT infrastructure in addition to supporting the open systems e-business environment.

To better satisfy the cabling requirements of z800, z900 and z990, IBM Networking Services has enhanced their fiber optic cabling services. IBM Network Integration and Deployment Services for zSeries fiber cabling provides planning and installation services for individual fiber optic connections. IBM Network Integration and Deployment Services for enterprise fiber cabling provides planning for IBM Fiber Transport System trunking components and installation services for small, medium and large enterprises. IBM Networking Services is continually working to ensure IBM has a comprehensive set of services geared for today and tomorrow. These services take into consideration the requirements for all of the protocols/media types supported on zSeries, (e.g. ESCON, FICON, Coupling Links, OSA) whether the focus is the data center, the Storage Area Network (SAN), Local Area Network (LAN), or the end-to-end enterprise.

Fiber optic cabling services from IBM Networking Services makes the most of your cabling investments. IBM has the skills to facilitate the design and installation of your cabling with the consulting services so critical when the clock matters. Knowing that new installations, upgrades, and relocations require flawless execution, comprehensive solutions are available to reduce the complexity and simplify the process. The zSeries fiber cabling services and enterprise fiber cabling services have been designed to solve the IT infrastructure dilemmas at the product-level and the enterprise- level.

These services can meet the needs of your system configurations be they small, medium, or large. IBM connectivity experts will help you select the option that is best suited to achieve your business goals, to simplify the zSeries deployment with effective on-site fiber optic cable planning and installation support.

Fiber optic cables, cable planning, labeling, and installation are all customer responsibilities for new z990 installations and upgrades. Fiber optic conversion kits and Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables are not orderable as features on z990. Installation Planning Representatives (IPRs) and System Service Representatives (SSRs) will not perform the fiber optic cabling tasks without a services contract.

Under the zSeries fiber cabling services umbrella there are three options to provide individual fiber optic cables (jumper cables, conversion kits, MCP cables) for connecting to z800, z900, or z990.

  • Option 1 - Fiber optic jumper cabling package (available today for z800 and z900). IBM does the detailed planning. This option includes planning, new cables, installation, and documentation. An analysis of the zSeries channel configuration, I/O devices, and any existing fiber optic cabling is required to determine the appropriate fiber optic cables.

  • Option 2 - Fiber optic jumper cable migration and reuse for a zSeries upgrade (new option). This option includes planning, reuse of existing cables, and documentation. IBM organizes the existing fiber optic cables based upon the new z990 connection details. Relabeling, rerouting, and reconnection to the appropriate z990 channels is performed. New cables are not offered as a part of this option.

  • Option 3 - Fiber optic jumper cables and installation (new option). The customer tells us what they need. They do the detailed planning. The service includes new cables, installation, and documentation. Planning and providing the list of required cables are customer responsibilities.

Options 1 and 2 can be combined within one statement of work to provide complete upgrade coverage.

Under the enterprise fiber cabling services umbrella there are two options to provide fiber optic trunk cables (fiber optic trunk cables, fiber harnesses, panel-mount boxes) for connecting to the z800, z900, or z990.

  • Option 1 - zSeries fiber optic trunk cabling package (new option). IBM reduces the cable clutter under the floor. An analysis of the zSeries (z800, z900, z990) channel configuration and any existing fiber optic cabling is performed to determine the required FTS fiber optic trunking commodities (trunk cables, harnesses, panel-mount boxes). This option includes zSeries planning, FTS fiber optic trunking commodities, installation, and documentation. This option does not include enterpise- level planning.

  • Option 2 - Enterprise fiber cabling services. IBM organizes the entire enterprise. This option includes enterprise planning, new cables, fiber optic trunking commodities, installation, and documentation. This is the most comprehensive set of services.

A complete evaluation of the enterprise ensures your long-term planning goals can be achieved.

Enterprise fiber cabling services employ the use of a proven modular cabling system, the Fiber Transport System (FTS), which includes trunk cables, zone cabinets, and panels for your servers, directors, and storage devices.

FTS supports Fiber Quick Connect (FQC), a fiber harness integrated in the zSeries frame for "quick" connect, which is offered as a feature on zSeries for connection to ESCON channels.

Whether you choose a packaged service or a custom service, high quality components are used to facilitate moves, adds, and changes in the enterprise to prevent extending your maintenance "window".

See the Planning Information, Cabling Responsibilities section for more information or contact IBM Global Services for details.
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Product positioning

The IBM z990 is latest member of the zSeries family. This design represents a major change in the direction of the zSeries platform. The implementation of the superscalar microprocessor provides for improvements in the performance of new workloads as well as maintaining excellent performance for traditional workloads. By providing an increase in capacity almost triple that of the z900 Model 216, doubling the number of CHPIDs, doubling the number of LPARs, quadrupling the number of HiperSockets, and increasing the number of FICON channels by 25%, this server will provide you with the ability to improve application performance, increase the number of users supported, support more transactions, increase scalability, and consolidate workloads beyond what is available on a z800 or a z900.
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Models

Model summary matrix

   Models      Processors    Memory     STI    I/O Cages   CHPIDS
   ------      ----------  ----------   ---    ---------   ------
    A08          1 to 8   16 to 64GB     12     1 to 3      720
    B16          1 to 16  16 to 128GB    24     1 to 3      1024
    C24          1 to 24  16 to 192GB    36     1 to 3      1024
    D32          1 to 32  16 to 256GB    48     1 to 3      1024
 

Note: Each LCSS supports 256 CHPIDS. Support for 1024 CHIPDS is dependent on operating system support. See the Software Requirements section for availability and level of operating system that will support two LCSS.

Customer setup (CSU)

None.

Devices supported

For the appropriate peripheral hardware and device attachments, contact your IBM representative.

IBM devices previously attached to IBM S/370(TM) or S/390(R) systems are supported for attachment to z990 I/O channels, unless noted. The subject I/O devices must meet ESCON or FICON architecture requirements to be supported. I/O devices that meet OEMI architecture requirements are supported only via a parallel channel converter. Prerequisite Engineering Change Levels may be required. For further details, contact IBM service personnel.

Note: IBM cannot confirm the accuracy of performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions regarding the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products.

Model conversions

Model Conversions:
 
      From              To                Description
 Type     Model     Type   Model
 ----     -----     ----   -----          ----------------------
 2064     101       2084    A08   (1)     1-Way Processor to A08
 2064     102       2084    A08   (1)     2-Way Processor to A08
 2064     103       2084    A08   (1)     3-Way Processor to A08
 2064     104       2084    A08   (1)     4-Way Processor to A08
 2064     105       2084    A08   (1)     5-Way Processor to A08
 2064     106       2084    A08   (1)     6-Way Processor to A08
 2064     107       2084    A08   (1)     7-Way Processor to A08
 2064     108       2084    A08   (1)     8-Way Processor to A08
 2064     109       2084    A08   (1)     9-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C1       2084    A08   (1)     1-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C2       2084    A08   (1)     2-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C3       2084    A08   (1)     3-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C4       2084    A08   (1)     4-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C5       2084    A08   (1)     5-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C6       2084    A08   (1)     6-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C7       2084    A08   (1)     7-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C8       2084    A08   (1)     8-Way Processor to A08
 2064     1C9       2084    A08   (1)     9-Way Processor to A08
 2064     110       2084    A08   (1)     10-Way Processor to A08
 2064     111       2084    A08   (1)     11-Way Processor to A08
 2064     112       2084    A08   (1)     12-Way Processor to A08
 2064     113       2084    A08   (1)     13-Way Processor to A08
 2064     114       2084    A08   (1)     14-Way Processor to A08
 2064     115       2084    A08   (1)     15-Way Processor to A08
 2064     116       2084    A08   (1)     16-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C1       2084    A08   (1)     1-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C2       2084    A08   (1)     2-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C3       2084    A08   (1)     3-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C4       2084    A08   (1)     4-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C5       2084    A08   (1)     5-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C6       2084    A08   (1)     6-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C7       2084    A08   (1)     7-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C8       2084    A08   (1)     8-Way Processor to A08
 2064     2C9       2084    A08   (1)     9-Way Processor to A08
 2064     210       2084    A08   (1)     10-Way Processor to A08
 2064     211       2084    A08   (1)     11-Way Processor to A08
 2064     212       2084    A08   (1)     12-Way Processor to A08
 2064     213       2084    A08   (1)     13-Way Processor to A08
 2064     214       2084    A08   (1)     14-Way Processor to A08
 2064     215       2084    A08   (1)     15-Way Processor to A08
 2064     216       2084    A08   (1)     16-Way Processor to A08
 2064     101       2084    B16   (1)     1-Way Processor to B16
 2064     102       2084    B16   (1)     2-Way Processor to B16
 2064     103       2084    B16   (1)     3-Way Processor to B16
 2064     104       2084    B16   (1)     4-Way Processor to B16
 2064     105       2084    B16   (1)     5-Way Processor to B16
 2064     106       2084    B16   (1)     6-Way Processor to B16
 2064     107       2084    B16   (1)     7-Way Processor to B16
 2064     108       2084    B16   (1)     8-Way Processor to B16
 2064     109       2084    B16   (1)     9-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C1       2084    B16   (1)     1-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C2       2084    B16   (1)     2-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C3       2084    B16   (1)     3-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C4       2084    B16   (1)     4-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C5       2084    B16   (1)     5-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C6       2084    B16   (1)     6-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C7       2084    B16   (1)     7-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C8       2084    B16   (1)     8-Way Processor to B16
 2064     1C9       2084    B16   (1)     9-Way Processor to B16
 2064     110       2084    B16   (1)     10-Way Processor to B16
 2064     111       2084    B16   (1)     11-Way Processor to B16
 2064     112       2084    B16   (1)     12-Way Processor to B16
 2064     113       2084    B16   (1)     13-Way Processor to B16
 2064     114       2084    B16   (1)     14-Way Processor to B16
 2064     115       2084    B16   (1)     15-Way Processor to B16
 2064     116       2084    B16   (1)     16-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C1       2084    B16   (1)     1-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C2       2084    B16   (1)     2-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C3       2084    B16   (1)     3-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C4       2084    B16   (1)     4-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C5       2084    B16   (1)     5-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C6       2084    B16   (1)     6-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C7       2084    B16   (1)     7-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C8       2084    B16   (1)     8-Way Processor to B16
 2064     2C9       2084    B16   (1)     9-Way Processor to B16
 2064     210       2084    B16   (1)     10-Way Processor to B16
 2064     211       2084    B16   (1)     11-Way Processor to B16
 2064     212       2084    B16   (1)     12-Way Processor to B16
 2064     213       2084    B16   (1)     13-Way Processor to B16
 2064     214       2084    B16   (1)     14-Way Processor to B16
 2064     215       2084    B16   (1)     15-Way Processor to B16
 2064     216       2084    B16   (1)     16-Way Processor to B16
 2064     101       2084    C24   (1)     1-Way Processor to C24
 2064     102       2084    C24   (1)     2-Way Processor to C24
 2064     103       2084    C24   (1)     3-Way Processor to C24
 2064     104       2084    C24   (1)     4-Way Processor to C24
 2064     105       2084    C24   (1)     5-Way Processor to C24
 2064     106       2084    C24   (1)     6-Way Processor to C24
 2064     107       2084    C24   (1)     7-Way Processor to C24
 2064     108       2084    C24   (1)     8-Way Processor to C24
 2064     109       2084    C24   (1)     9-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C1       2084    C24   (1)     1-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C2       2084    C24   (1)     2-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C3       2084    C24   (1)     3-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C4       2084    C24   (1)     4-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C5       2084    C24   (1)     5-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C6       2084    C24   (1)     6-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C7       2084    C24   (1)     7-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C8       2084    C24   (1)     8-Way Processor to C24
 2064     1C9       2084    C24   (1)     9-Way Processor to C24
 2064     110       2084    C24   (1)     10-Way Processor to C24
 2064     111       2084    C24   (1)     11-Way Processor to C24
 2064     112       2084    C24   (1)     12-Way Processor to C24
 2064     113       2084    C24   (1)     13-Way Processor to C24
 2064     114       2084    C24   (1)     14-Way Processor to C24
 2064     115       2084    C24   (1)     15-Way Processor to C24
 2064     116       2084    C24   (1)     16-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C1       2084    C24   (1)     1-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C2       2084    C24   (1)     2-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C3       2084    C24   (1)     3-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C4       2084    C24   (1)     4-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C5       2084    C24   (1)     5-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C6       2084    C24   (1)     6-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C7       2084    C24   (1)     7-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C8       2084    C24   (1)     8-Way Processor to C24
 2064     2C9       2084    C24   (1)     9-Way Processor to C24
 2064     210       2084    C24   (1)     10-Way Processor to C24
 2064     211       2084    C24   (1)     11-Way Processor to C24
 2064     212       2084    C24   (1)     12-Way Processor to C24
 2064     213       2084    C24   (1)     13-Way Processor to C24
 2064     214       2084    C24   (1)     14-Way Processor to C24
 2064     215       2084    C24   (1)     15-Way Processor to C24
 2064     216       2084    C24   (1)     16-Way Processor to C24
 2064     101       2084    D32   (1)     1-Way Processor to D32
 2064     102       2084    D32   (1)     2-Way Processor to D32
 2064     103       2084    D32   (1)     3-Way Processor to D32
 2064     104       2084    D32   (1)     4-Way Processor to D32
 2064     105       2084    D32   (1)     5-Way Processor to D32
 2064     106       2084    D32   (1)     6-Way Processor to D32
 2064     107       2084    D32   (1)     7-Way Processor to D32
 2064     108       2084    D32   (1)     8-Way Processor to D32
 2064     109       2084    D32   (1)     9-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C1       2084    D32   (1)     1-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C2       2084    D32   (1)     2-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C3       2084    D32   (1)     3-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C4       2084    D32   (1)     4-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C5       2084    D32   (1)     5-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C6       2084    D32   (1)     6-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C7       2084    D32   (1)     7-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C8       2084    D32   (1)     8-Way Processor to D32
 2064     1C9       2084    D32   (1)     9-Way Processor to D32
 2064     110       2084    D32   (1)     10-Way Processor to D32
 2064     111       2084    D32   (1)     11-Way Processor to D32
 2064     112       2084    D32   (1)     12-Way Processor to D32
 2064     113       2084    D32   (1)     13-Way Processor to D32
 2064     114       2084    D32   (1)     14-Way Processor to D32
 2064     115       2084    D32   (1)     15-Way Processor to D32
 2064     116       2084    D32   (1)     16-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C1       2084    D32   (1)     1-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C2       2084    D32   (1)     2-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C3       2084    D32   (1)     3-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C4       2084    D32   (1)     4-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C5       2084    D32   (1)     5-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C6       2084    D32   (1)     6-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C7       2084    D32   (1)     7-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C8       2084    D32   (1)     8-Way Processor to D32
 2064     2C9       2084    D32   (1)     9-Way Processor to D32
 2064     210       2084    D32   (1)     10-Way Processor to D32
 2064     211       2084    D32   (1)     11-Way Processor to D32
 2064     212       2084    D32   (1)     12-Way Processor to D32
 2064     213       2084    D32   (1)     13-Way Processor to D32
 2064     214       2084    D32   (1)     14-Way Processor to D32
 2064     215       2084    D32   (1)     15-Way Processor to D32
 2064     216       2084    D32   (1)     16-Way Processor to D32
 2084     A08       2084    B16   (1)     A08 to B16
 2084     A08       2084    C24   (1)     A08 to C24
 2084     A08       2084    D32   (1)     A08 to D32
 2084     B16       2084    C24   (1)     B16 to C24
 2084     B16       2084    D32   (1)     B16 to D32
 2084     C24       2084    D32   (1)     C24 to D32
 

Note: (1) Parts removed or replaced become the property of IBM and must be returned.

Feature Conversions:
 
      From              To                 Description
 Type   Feature     Type   Feature
 ----   -------     ----   -------         -----------------
 Processor conversions:
 
 2064   1051        2084   4400   (1)      1-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1052        2084   4400   (1)      2-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1053        2084   4400   (1)      3-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1054        2084   4400   (1)      4-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1055        2084   4400   (1)      5-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1056        2084   4400   (1)      6-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1057        2084   4400   (1)      7-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1058        2084   4400   (1)      8-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1059        2084   4400   (1)      9-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1061        2084   4400   (1)      1-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1062        2084   4400   (1)      2-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1063        2084   4400   (1)      3-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1064        2084   4400   (1)      4-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1065        2084   4400   (1)      5-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1066        2084   4400   (1)      6-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1067        2084   4400   (1)      7-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1068        2084   4400   (1)      8-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1069        2084   4400   (1)      9-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1070        2084   4400   (1)      10-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1071        2084   4400   (1)      11-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1072        2084   4400   (1)      12-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1073        2084   4400   (1)      13-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1074        2084   4400   (1)      14-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1075        2084   4400   (1)      15-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1076        2084   4400   (1)      16-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2061        2084   4400   (1)      1-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2062        2084   4400   (1)      2-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2063        2084   4400   (1)      3-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2064        2084   4400   (1)      4-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2065        2084   4400   (1)      5-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2066        2084   4400   (1)      6-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2067        2084   4400   (1)      7-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2068        2084   4400   (1)      8-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2069        2084   4400   (1)      9-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2070        2084   4400   (1)      10-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2071        2084   4400   (1)      11-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2072        2084   4400   (1)      12-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2073        2084   4400   (1)      13-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2074        2084   4400   (1)      14-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2075        2084   4400   (1)      15-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   2076        2084   4400   (1)      16-Way to Zero-Way
 2064   1051        2084   4401   (1)      1-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1052        2084   4401   (1)      2-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1053        2084   4401   (1)      3-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1054        2084   4401   (1)      4-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1055        2084   4401   (1)      5-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1056        2084   4401   (1)      6-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1057        2084   4401   (1)      7-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1058        2084   4401   (1)      8-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1059        2084   4401   (1)      9-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1061        2084   4401   (1)      1-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1062        2084   4401   (1)      2-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1063        2084   4401   (1)      3-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1064        2084   4401   (1)      4-Way to 1-Way
 2064   1065        2084   4401   (1)      5-Way to 1-Way
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 2084   4408        2084   4403   (1)      8-Way to 3-Way
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 2084   4408        2084   4401   (1)      8-Way to 1-Way
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 2084   4407        2084   4403   (1)      7-Way to 3-Way
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 2084   4406        2084   4403   (1)      6-Way to 3-Way
 2084   4406        2084   4402   (1)      6-Way to 2-Way
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 2084   4405        2084   4403   (1)      5-Way to 3-Way
 2084   4405        2084   4402   (1)      5-Way to 2-Way
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 2084   2612        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2612        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2612        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2612        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2614   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2615   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2616   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2617   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2618   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2619   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2620   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2621   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2613        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2615   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2616   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2617   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2618   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2619   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2620   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2621   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2614        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2616   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2617   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2618   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2619   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2620   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2621   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2615        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2617   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2618   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2619   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2620   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2621   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2616        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2618   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2619   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2620   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2621   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2617        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2619   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2620   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2621   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2618        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2620   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2621   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2619        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2621   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2620        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2622   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2621        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2623   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2622        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2624   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2623        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2624        2084   2625   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2624        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2624        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2624        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2624        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2624        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2624        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2624        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2625        2084   2626   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2625        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2625        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2625        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2625        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2625        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2625        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2626        2084   2627   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2626        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2626        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2626        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2626        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2626        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2627        2084   2628   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2627        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2627        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2627        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2627        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2628        2084   2629   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2628        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2628        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2628        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2629        2084   2630   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2629        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2629        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2630        2084   2631   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2630        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 2084   2631        2084   2632   (1)      Memory to Memory
 
 Processor unit conversions:
 
 2084   0716        2084   1716   (1)      CP to Unassigned CP
 2084   0716        2084   0516   (1)      CP to IFL
 2084   0716        2084   0518   (1)      CP to ICF
 2084   1716        2084   0716   (1)      Unassigned CP to CP
 2084   0516        2084   0716   (1)      IFL to CP
 2084   0518        2084   0716   (1)      ICF to CP
 2084   0516        2084   0517   (1)      IFL to Unassigned IFL
 2084   0516        2084   0518   (1)      IFL to ICF
 2084   0517        2084   0516   (1)      Unassigned IFL to IFL
 2084   0518        2084   0516   (1)      ICF to IFL
 2064   1091        2084   0518   (1)      ICF to ICF
 2064   0997        2084   0516   (1)      IFL to IFL
 2064   0990        2084   0519   (1)      SAP to SAP
 2064   0997        2084   0517   (1)      IFL to Unassigned IFL
 2084   0716        2084   0520   (1)      CP to zAAP
 

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Technical description
TOC Link Physical specifications TOC Link Operating environment TOC Link Limitations
TOC Link Hardware requirements TOC Link Software requirements


The IBM eServer zSeries 990 is a major zSeries platform step building upon z900. The objective of z990 is to further extend and integrate key platform characteristics (e.g. dynamic, flexible partitioning and resource management in mixed and unpredictable workload environments, availability, scalability, clustering, systems management and QoS) with on demand e-business applications using technologies such as WebSphere, Java, and Linux, along with traditional applications for fast integration and deployment of heterogeneous business solutions.

zSeries 990 introduces a new microprocessor design. This new design and the exploitation of the CMOS9S-SOI technology will improve the uniprocessor performance by almost 60 % compared to z900 Model 2C1. However, the true capacity increase of the system is driven by the increased amount of Processor Units (PUs) per system: from 16 PUs in z900 to 32 PUs in a z990. Total system capacity will be extended by almost 3 times compared to z900 Model 216. The 32 PUs will be delivered in 4 model increments with 8 PUs each plus up to 64 GigaBytes of memory and 12 STI links. All model increments are connected via a redundant ring structure.

In order to deal with the large increase in system performance, major changes in the I/O infrastructure are necessary. z990 introduces four Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSSs). This permits up to 1024 CHPIDs to be available for the customer. Enhancements in the power structure will now allow a maximum of 1024 ESCON channels, 120 FICON Express channels, and 48 OSA-Express connections to the network. Connection of the I/O subsystem to the CEC subsystem may be done via 48 STI links, each having a capacity of 2 GigaBytes per second (GBps) (z900: 24 links with 1 GBps). Coupling improvements include the ICB-4, more than two times faster than an ICB-3.

z990 will support 30 LPARs. This doubles the number of available LPARs. Each Logical Channel SubSystem (LCSS) may support up to 15 LPARs.

z990 supports three cryptographic options. Cryptographic support is now available on every PU with DES and TDES data encryption/decryption and SHA-1 hashing. The PCICA feature (introduced with z900) for SSL acceleration remains and supports greater than 11,000 SSL handshakes per second. The new PCIXCC feature with secure cryptographic operations is a functional replacement for the CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessor Facility and the PCICC.

Physical specifications

2084 Servers

The mechanical package for the IBM eServer zSeries 990 conforms to EIA guidelines for frames. Packaging for new build systems is two frames. Upgrades will be contained within the two frames initially shipped. Note that height reduction for transport is available. Keep in mind that the height of the z990 is equal to the height of a reduced z900. When considering placement of a z990, please review clearances for doors to be opened. A new build system at the minimum level will consist of two frames with one I/O cage. The maximum will consist of two frames with three I/O cages. 60 AMP service is required.

Environmental Specifications--Server Models

                                New Build            New Build
                                 Minimum              Maximum
                                 System               System
                                Model A08            Model D32
                            with One I/O Cage   With Three I/O Cages
                            -----------------   --------------------
Power Requirements
50/60 Hz, KVA                       5.3kW             15.8kW
 
Heat Output kBTU/hr.               18.02               53.73
 
Air Flow CFM (at 16 degrees C)
Air Flow m*3/min                   500CFM             1450CFM
 
Floor Space
  -  Sq meters                      2.49                2.49
  -  Sq feet                       26.78               26.78
  Including service clearance
  -  Sq meters                      5.45                5.45
  -  Sq feet                       58.69               58.69
 
Approximate weight
System with IBF Feature
  -  kg                            1263               2007
  -  Lbs                           2779               4415
System without IBF Feature
  -  kg                            1174               1738
  -  Lbs                           2582               3824
 
Dimensions:
                                 Depth     Width    Height
                                 -----     -----    ------
System with All Covers
  - Inches                        62.1      62.1     76.4
  - Centimeter                   157.7     157.7    194.1
 
System with Covers and Reduction
  - Inches                        62.1      62.1     70.3
  - Centimeter                   157.7     157.7    178.5
 
Each Frame With One Side Cover and Without Packaging
   - Inches                       46.2      30.7     76.4
   - Centimeter                  117.3      78.0    194.1
 
Each Frame on Casters with One Side Cover and With Packaging
   - Inches                       47.6      32.4     76.9
   - Centimeter                  120.9      82.2    195.3
 
Each Frame With One Side Cover and With Packaging (ARBO)
   - Inches                       51.5      36.5     87.6
   - Centimeter                  130.8      92.7    222.5
 

Please see your IBM Representative for the available width and height reduction transport option for return of z900 or 9672 systems. There is no feature option available for width. There is height reduction on z990. However, keep in mind that the z990 is equal in height to a height reduced z900. Therefore, one may not automatically assume that a reduction is necessary due to their experience with z900. Please check the height and only order as necessary.

Operating environment

Please refer to the zSeries Installation Manual-Physical Planning (IMPP) that is available via IBM's Resource Link.

Processor Unit Summary

Listed below are the minimums and maximums of processor units that customers may permanently purchase. The feature codes affected are displayed in parentheses.

                                                            Optional
       Total       CPs           IFLs      ICFs     zAAPs    SAPs
        PUs   (#0716/1716)  (#0516/0517)  (#0518)  (#0520)  (#0519)
Model  Avail    Min/Max       Min/Max     Min/Max  Min/Max  Min/Max
-----  -----  ------------  ------------  -------  -------  --------
A08     08       0 - 8         0 - 8       0 - 8    0 - 4    0 - 2
B16     16       0 - 16        0 - 16      0 - 16   0 - 8    0 - 4
C24     24       0 - 24        0 - 24      0 - 24   0 - 12   0 - 6
D32     32       0 - 32        0 - 32      0 - 32   0 - 16   0 - 8
 

Note: Only one CP(#0716), IFL(#0516) or ICF(#0518) is required for any model. The total number of PUs purchased may not exceed the total number available for that model.

Note: One CP (#0716) must be installed with or prior to any zAAPs being are installed. The the total number of zAAPs installed must be less than or equal to the sum of the unassigned CPs (#1716) and active CPs (#0716) installed on a single machine.

Note: The number of spares and SAPs provided to the customer as standard PUs as follows; 2 SAPs and spares for Model A08, four SAPs and spares for Model B16, six SAPs and spares for the Model C24, and eight SAPs and spares for the Model D32.

z990 Connectivity Summary

There is a maximum of three I/O cages, 84 I/O slots (28 I/O slots per I/O cage).

Four Logical Channel SubSystems (LCSSs) are supported with a maximum of 256 Channel Path Identifiers (CHPIDs) per LCSS and per operating system image, and a total of 1024 CHPIDs per server.

               -------- Per Server -----------
               |                             |
                         Maximum                 Ports/
                         I/O slots               Channels/
               Minimum   used by     Maximum     Increments   Purchase
Feature Name   Features  Features  Connections   Per Feature Increments
-------------- --------  --------  -----------   ----------- ----------
16-port ESCON    0(1)      69(2)    1024(2)       16(3)       4(4)
                                    channels      channels    channels
 
FICON            0(1)      60(2)    120(2)        2           1
  Express(5)                        channels      channels    feature
 
STI-2(6)         0         4        N/A           2 outputs   N/A
ICB-2 link       0(1)      N/A      8 links(7)    N/A         1 link
 
STI-3(6)         0         8        N/A           2 outputs   N/A
ICB-3 link       0(1)      N/A      16 links(7)   N/A         1 link
 
ICB-4 link       0(1)      N/A(8 )  16 links(7)   N/A         1 link
 
ISC-3(9)         0(1)      12       48 links(7)   4 links     1 link(10)
 
OSA-Express(5)   0         24       48 ports      2 ports     1 feature
 
PCICA(5)         0         6(11)    12            2           1 feature
                            (12)    accelerator   accelerator
                                    cards         cards
 
PCIXCC(5)        0(13)     4(11)    4             1           1(13)
                                    coprocessors  coprocessor feature
 

Note:

  1. A minimum of one I/O feature (ESCON, FICON Express) or one Coupling Link (ICB, ISC-3) is required.
  2. A maximum of 48 ESCON features/720 active channels on Model A08. A maximum of 48 FICON features/96 channels on A08.
  3. Each ESCON feature has 16 channels of which 15 channels may be activated. One channel is always reserved as a spare.
  4. ESCON channels are purchased in increments of four and are activated via Licensed Internal Code, Configuration Congrol (LIC CC). Channels are activated equally across all installed 16-port ESCON features for high availability.
  5. The maximum quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC in combination cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  6. The STI distribution cards, which support ICB-2 and ICB-3, reside in the I/O cage. Each STI distribution card occupies one I/O slot.
  7. The maximum number of Coupling Links combined (ICs, ICB-2s, ICB-3s, ICB-4s, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 64 per server.
  8. ICB-4s do not require connectivity to a card in the I/O cage. ICB-4s are not included in the maximum feature count for I/O slots.
  9. A maximum of 48 ISC-3s can be defined in peer mode (operating at a link data rate of 2 Gbps) and a maximum of 32 ISC-3s can be defined in compatibility mode (operating at 1 Gbps, instead of 2 Gbps).
  10. It is recommended that an initial order for ISC-3 include two links. ISC-3 is offered in one link increments. When two links are purchased, two ISC-3 features are shipped and activated links are balanced across ISC-3 features for high availability.
  11. The total number of PCICAs and PCIXCCs cannot exceed eight features per server.
  12. The total number of PCICAs cannot exceed two features per I/O cage.
  13. PCIXCC feature increments are 0, 2, 3, or 4.

Limitations

Mode of Operation

The z990 supports LPAR mode only. Basic mode will not be supported.

OS/390 V2.10 and z/OS Limited to LCCS0

OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2, and z/OS V1.3 with z990 Compatibility for Selected Releases - Web deliverable or z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Compatibility Support feature installed, can only be IPL'd using LCSS0 when running in LPAR mode. However, these releases may run as a guest under z/VM 4.4 and later releases, where z/VM 4.4 is using any channel subsystem. Therefore, you may run z/OS (or OS/390 V2.10) in LCSS0, and z/VM in LCSS1 where one or more z/OS images are running as guests.  
Please note that with z/OS V1.4 with the z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature or z/OS V1.5 and later releases installed a z990 can be IPLed using any LCSS.

Dynamic I/O

Dynamic I/O configuration support allows channel paths, control units, and devices to be dynamically added, changed, and deleted in multiple LCSSs. Support is provided by z/OS V1.5 and later releases, and z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature, and z/VM V4.4, and later,

When z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature is not installed, z/OS can run only in a single LCSS (LCSS0), and dynamic I/O configuration is limited to LCSS0. Therefore, z/OS may only execute in LCSS0.

z/VM provided compatibility support for V3.1 and V4.3 with limited exploitation of four LCSSs when running on a z990 server. Dynamic-I/O configuration is supported only for LCSS0. z/VM V4.4, and later, may execute in all LCSS's including dynamic I/O configuration for any LCSS.

When z/VM is the controlling LPAR, z/VM dynamic I/O support is designed to handle all of the new elements of the multiple channel subsystem facility for dynamic I/O configuration changes. To dynamically change the I/O configuration one of two techniques can be employed:

  • z/VM Control Program (CP) suite of interactive dynamic I/O commands
  • HCM/HCD -New configuration management tools

30 LPARs

The total number of LPARs supported at the system level is 30 regardless of the number of LCSS activated. Each LCSS may support up to 15.

Processor Unit Summary

Listed below are the minimums and maximums of processor units that customers may permanently purchase. The feature codes affected are displayed in parentheses.

                                                       Optional
      Total      CPs          IFLs     ICFs     zAAPs    SAPs
       PUs  (#0716/1716) (#0516/0517) (#0518)  (#0520)  (#0519)
Model Avail   Min/Max      Min/Max    Min/Max  Min/Max  Min/Max
A08    08      0 - 8        0 - 8      0 - 8    0 - 4    0 - 2
B16    16      0 - 16       0 - 16     0 - 16   0 - 8    0 - 4
C24    24      0 - 24       0 - 24     0 - 24   0 - 12   0 - 6
D32    32      0 - 32       0 - 32     0 - 32   0 - 16   0 - 8
 

Note:

  1. Only one CP (#0716), IFL(#0516) or ICF(#0518) is required for any model. The total number of PUs purchased may not exceed the total number available for that model.

  2. One CP (#0716) must be installed with or prior to any zAAPs are installed. The total number of zAAPs installed must be less than or equal to the sum of the unassigned CPs (#1716) and active CPs (#0716) installed on a single machine.

  3. The number of spares and SAPs provided to the customer as standard PUs as follows; 2 SAPs and spares for Model A08, four SAPs and spares for Model B16, six SAPs and spares for the Model C24, and eight SAPs and spares for the Model D32.

Temporary Capacity Offering

To participate in this offering, you must have installed CIU Enablement (# 9898), and On/Off CoD Enablement (#9896). Subsequently, you may concurrently install temporary capacity by ordering On/Off CoD Active CP (#9897) up to the number of current CPs (#0716), On/Off CoD Active IFL (#9888) up to the number of current IFLs (#0516), and On/Off CoD Active ICF (#9889) up to the number of current ICFs (#0518). You may similarly concurrently install temporary capacity by ordering On/Off CoD Active zAAP (#9893) up to the number of current zAAPs (#0520), with the restriction that the total number of On/Off CoD Active zAAPs (#9893) plus zAAPS (#0520) may not exceed the number of On/Off CoD Active CPs (#9897) plus the number of CPs (#0716) plus the number of unassigned CPs (#1716). In addition, the number of OOCoD Active zAAPs (#9893) may not exceed the number of zAAPs (#0520) that are permanently purchased. All temporary hardware capacity will be billed on a 24-hour basis until the temporary capacity is removed.

SNA Operations Management

With the industry move to TCP/IP networks, Systems Network Architecture (SNA) Operations Management commands is no longer be supported on z990 servers. These commands were previously used by the System Automation for OS/390 product as well as NetView. It is recommended that you now use the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for your automation needs.

  • If you previously used the System Automation for OS/390 product, you must now use Version 2.2 or later. This will allow you to define an automation policy for SNMP APIs rather than a policy for SNA Operations Management commands.
  • If you directly used the SNA Operations Management commands on NetView, you must now use an SNMP agent and the SNMP APIs for systems automation management.

For detailed information on the SNMP APIs commands and environment requirements, see zSeries Application Programming Interfaces (SB10-7030). For more information on the SNA Operations Management command support that is not offered on z990, see Managing Your Processors (GC38-0452). Both publications are available on Resource Link.

z990 Connectivity Summary

There is a maximum of three I/O cages, 84 I/O slots (28 I/O slots per I/O cage).

Four Logical Channel SubSystems (LCSSs) are supported with a maximum of 256 Channel Path IDentifiers (CHPIDs) per LCSS and per operating system image, and a total of 1024 CHPIDs per server.

 
                  - - - - - Per Server - - - - -
                           Maximum                Ports/
                           I/O slots              Channels/
                  Minimum  used by    Maximum     Increments   Purchase
  Feature Name    Features Features Connections   Per Feature Increments
----------------- -------- -------- -----------   ----------- ----------
16-port ESCON        0 (1)    69(2)   1024 (2)     16 (3)      4 (4)
                                      channels     channels    channels
 
FICON Express (5)    0 (1)    60(2)   120 (2)      2           1
                                      channels     channels    feature
 
STI-2 (6)            0        4       N/A          2 outputs   N/A
ICB-2 link           0 (1)    N/A     8 links (7)  N/A         1 link
 
STI-3 (6)            0        8       N/A          2 outputs   N/A
ICB-3 link           0 (1)    N/A     16 links (7) N/A         1 link
 
ICB-4 link           0 (1)    N/A (8) 16 links (7) N/A         1 link
 
ISC-3 (9)            0 (1)    12      48 links(7)  4 links     1 link(10)
 
OSA-Express (5)      0        24      48 ports     2 ports     1 feature
 
PCICA (5)            0        6 (11)  12           2           1 feature
                              (12)    accelerator  accelerator
                                      cards        cards
 
PCIXCC (5)           0 (13)   4 (11)  4            1           1 (13)
                                      coprocessors coprocessor feature
 

Note:

  1. A minimum of one I/O feature (ESCON, FICON Express) or one Coupling Link (ICB, ISC-3) is required.
  2. A maximum of 48 ESCON features/720 active channels on Model A08. A maximum of 48 FICON features/96 channels on A08.
  3. Each ESCON feature has 16 channels of which 15 channels may be activated. One channel is always reserved as a spare.
  4. ESCON channels are purchased in increments of four and are activated via Licensed Internal Code, Configuration Congrol (LIC CC). Channels are activated equally across all installed 16-port ESCON features for high availability.
  5. The maximum quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC in combination cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  6. The STI distribution cards, which support ICB-2 and ICB-3, reside in the I/O cage. Each STI distribution card occupies one I/O slot.
  7. The maximum number of Coupling Links combined (ICs, ICB-2s, ICB-3s, ICB-4s, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 64 per server.
  8. ICB-4s do not require connectivity to a card in the I/O cage. ICB-4s are not included in the maximum feature count for I/O slots.
  9. A maximum of 48 ISC-3s can be defined in peer mode (operating at a link data rate of 2 Gbps) and a maximum of 32 ISC-3s can be defined in compatibility mode (operating at 1 Gbps, instead of 2 Gbps).
  10. It is recommended that an initial order for ISC-3 include two links. ISC-3 is offered in one link increments. When two links are purchased, two ISC-3 features are shipped and activated links are balanced across ISC-3 features for high availability.
  11. The total number of PCICAs and PCIXCCs cannot exceed eight features per server.
  12. The total number of PCICAs cannot exceed two features per I/O cage.
  13. PCIXCC feature increments are 0, 2, 3, or 4.

For detailed information on the SNMP APIs commands and environment requirements, see zSeries Application Programming Interfaces (SB10-7030). For more information on the SNA Operations Management command support that is not offered on z990, see Managing Your Processors (GC38-0452). Both publications are available on Resource Link.

Hardware requirements

z990 supports LPAR mode only.

For the appropriate peripheral hardware and device attachments, contact your IBM representative.

IBM devices previously attached to IBM S/370(TM) or S/390(R) systems are supported for attachment to z990 I/O channels, unless noted. The subject I/O devices must meet ESCON or FICON architecture requirements to be supported. I/O devices that meet OEMI architecture requirements are supported only via a parallel channel converter. Prerequisite Engineering Change Levels may be required. For further details, contact IBM service personnel.

Note: IBM cannot confirm the accuracy of performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions regarding the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products.

Software requirements

Software requirements for zSeries 990

zSeries 990 in the z/OS (R) and OS/390 (R) environment is supported by the following:

  • z/OS V1.5, and later

  • z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Compatibility Support feature (no longer orderable)

  • z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature

  • OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2, and z/OS V1.3 with z990 Compatibility for Selected Releases - a Web deliverable

    Note: Refer to the z/OS subset of the 2084DEVICE Preventive Service Planning (PSP) bucket prior to installing a z990 server.

  • z800, z900, G5/G6, or Multiprise (R) 3000 servers in a Parallel Sysplex with a z890 or z990 require the following support when a z/OS or CF image in that same Parallel Sysplex (R) is running on a z990 or a z890 and the LPAR ID of the operating system or CF image is greater than 15 (x"F"):
    • z/OS and z/OS.e V1.5, and later
    • z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Compatibility Support feature (no longer orderable)
    • z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature
    • OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2, z/OS V1.3, and z/OS.e V1.3 with z990 Compatibility for Selected Releases - a Web deliverable
    • z/OS.e V1.4 with z/OS.e V1.4 z990 Coexistence Update feature
    • z/OS.e V1.4 with z/OS.e V1.4 z990 Coexistence feature (no longer orderable)

    Note: z/OS.e (R) cannot run on a z990

    Note: Refer to the z/OS subset of the 2084DEVICE Preventive Service Planning (PSP) bucket prior to installing on a z990 server.

Listed below are the descriptions of the features and Web deliverables indicated above:

  • z/OS V1.4 z990 Compatibility Support feature: This unpriced, and optional feature is required to allow z/OS V1.4 to run on a z990 and z890 server. It is also required on all systems in a Parallel Sysplex when a z/OS or CF image in that same Parallel Sysplex is running on a z990 and z890, and the LPAR ID of the operating system or CF image is greater than 15 (x"F"). With regards to cryptography, it provides support for the PCICA feature and the CP Assist for Cryptographic Function for z/OS V1.4. This feature is no longer orderable. It was replaced by z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature.

  • z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature: This orderable, unpriced and optional feature provides exploitation support for up to four Logical Channel Subsystems and up to 30 LPARs for z890 and z990. It is required on all z/OS V1.4 systems in a Parallel Sysplex when a z/OS or CF image in that same Parallel Sysplex is running on a z990 or z890 and the LPAR ID of the operating system or CF image is greater than 15 (x"F"). This feature is mandatory when ordering z/OS V1.4 as February 24, 2004.

  • z990 Compatibility for Selected Releases: This Web deliverable provides support to allow OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2, and z/OS V1.3 to run on a z990 or z890, and to allow z/OS.e V1.3 to run on a z890. It is required on all OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2, z/OS 1.3 and z/OS.e V1.3 systems in a Parallel Sysplex when a z/OS or CF image in that same Parallel Sysplex is running on a z990 or z890 and the LPAR ID of the operating system or CF is greater than 15 (x"F"). z/OS.e V1.3 cannot run on a z990.

  • z/OS.e V1.4 z990 Coexistence Feature: This feature provides support to allow z800 and z890 running z/OS.e V1.4 to coexist in a Parallel Sysplex with a z990 or z890 when a z/OS or CF image in that same Parallel Sysplex is running on a z990 or z890 and the LPAR ID of the operating system or CF is greater than 15 (x"F"). z/OS.e may not run on a z990. This feature is no longer orderable. It was replaced by z/OS.e V1.4 z990 Coexistence Update Feature.

  • z/OS.e V1.4 z990 Coexistence Update Feature: This feature allows customers to maintain a consistent code base for z/OS and z/OS.e and allows z/OS.e V1.4 to support two Logical Channel Subsystems and up to 30 LPARs for z/OS.e V1.4 on a z890. It is required on all z/OS.e V1.4 systems in a Parallel Sysplex when a z/OS or CF image in that same Parallel Sysplex is running on a z990 or z890 and the LPAR ID of the operating system or CF is greater than 15 (x"F"). It replaces the z/OS.e V1.4 z990 Coexistence feature. This feature is mandatory when ordering z/OS.e V1.4 as of February 24, 2004.

Note: z/OS.e cannot execute on a z990.

zSeries 990 in the z/VM (R), VSE/ESA (TM), TPF, and Linux on zSeries environments is supported by the following:

  • z/VM V4.4, and later
  • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3 with compatibility support (dynamic I/O configuration is supported for LCSS0 only)

    Refer to the z/VM subset of the 2084DEVICE Preventive Service Planning (PSP) bucket prior to installing a z990 server.

  • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later

    For the latest information on compatibility support requirements, refer to the VSE subset of the 2084DEVICE Preventive Service Planning (PSP) bucket prior to installing a z990 server.

  • TPF V4.1
  • Linux on zSeries

    The currently available distributions of SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

    The latest support for zSeries functions was delivered as an Open Source Contribution via:

    http://www10.software.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/linux390

    Note: Conectiva CLEE is Conectiva Linux Enterprise Edition Powered by UnitedLinux for zSeries.

16 - 30 LPARs on zSeries 990

  • z/OS V1.5, and later
  • z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature
  • z/VM V4.4, and later
  • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
  • TPF 4.1
  • Linux on zSeries

    The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

Two Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSSs) on zSeries 990

  • z/OS V1.5, and later
  • z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature
  • z/VM V4.4, and later
  • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3 compatibility support (dynamic I/O configuration is supported for LCSS0 only)
  • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
  • Linux on zSeries

    The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

Dynamic I/O support on zSeries 990 allowing channel paths, control units, and devices to be dynamically added, changed, and deleted in multiple LCSSs.

  • z/OS V1.5, and later
  • z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature
  • z/VM V4.4, and later
  • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3 compatibility support (dynamic I/O is supported for LCSS0 only)
  • Linux on zSeries

    The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

Dynamic Add/Delete of an LPAR Name on zSeries 890

  • z/OS V1.6
  • Linux on zSeries

    The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE tolerate this function.

Four Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSSs) on zSeries 990

  • z/OS V1.6
  • z/OS V1.5 with HCD PTFs, and later
  • z/OS V1.4 with z/OS V1.4 z990 Exploitation Support feature and HCD PTFs
  • z/VM V4.4, and later
  • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3 compatibility support (dynamic I/O configuration is supported for LCSS0 only)
  • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
  • Linux on zSeries

    The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

Extended Translation Facility on zSeries 990

  • z/OS V1.6

zSeries Application Assist Processor on zSeries 990

A zSeries Application Assist Processor (zAAP) is a new engine type that when combined with IBM SDK for z/OS, Java 2 Technology Edition, V1.4 (5655-I56) will be designed to assist in the execution of Java code.

  • z/OS V1.6
  • IBM SDK for z/OS, Java 2 Technology Edition, V1.4 (5655-I56) with PTF

Up to 24 CPs within a single LPAR on zSeries 990

  • z/OS V1.6
  • z/VM V5.1
  • Linux on zSeries

    The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

Software requirements for Spanned Channels

  • Internal spanned channels applies to ICs and HiperSockets on z990.
    • HiperSockets (CHPID type IQD)
      • z/OS V1.2, z/OS V1.3, and z/OS V1.4 with PTFs, and later releases
      • z/VM V4.4, and later
      • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3 with compatibility support
      • VSE/ESA V2.7 (for HiperSockets CHPID type IQD only)
      • Linux on zSeries

        The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

    • Internal Coupling channels (ICs) (CHPID type ICP) have no prerequisite software requirement on z990.

  • External spanned channels applies to FICON (R) Express (CHPID types FC, FCP), ICB-3 and ICB-4 (CHPID type CBP), ISC-3 (CHPID types CFS, CFP) and OSA-Express (CHPID types OSC, OSD, OSE) on z990.
    • z/OS V1.4, and later
    • z/VM V4.4, and later
    • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3 with compatibility support
    • Linux on zSeries

      The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE support CHPID types FC, FCP, OSD, and OSE only.

Under certain circumstances earlier releases of the z/OS operating system are supported. Refer to the publication, z/OS Migration (GA22-7499) for more details.

Software requirements for Performance Assists

  • Adapter Interruptions applies to all of the FICON Express features (CHPID type FCP) and OSA-Express features (CHPID type OSD) on z990.
    • z/VM V4.4, and later
    • VSE/ESA V2.7 (for OSA-Express CHPID type OSD only)
    • Linux on zSeries

      The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

  • V=V Guests support applies to all of the FICON Express features (CHPID type FCP) and OSA-Express features (CHPID type OSD) on z990 as well as HiperSockets (CHPID type IQD) on z990.
    • z/VM V4.4 with PTFs, and later

Software requirements for HiperSockets

  • HiperSockets support applies to CHPID type IQD on z890 and z990.
    • z/OS V1.2, and later
    • z/VM V4.3, and later
    • VSE/ESA V2.7
    • Linux on zSeries

      The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

    Note: HiperSockets support for hp2.16 internal LANs and 4096 TCP/IP stacks is transparent to the operating systems.

  • VLAN (IEEE 802.1q) applies to HiperSockets on z990.

    • Linux on zSeries

      The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

  • Broadcast for IPv4 packets applies to HiperSockets on z890 and z990.
    • z/OS V1.5, and later
    • z/VM V4.4, and later
    • Linux on zSeries

      The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

  • HiperSockets Network Concentrator applies to HiperSockets on z990. This was previously referred to as HiperSockets Linux Layer 2 Switch support.
    • z/VM V4.4, and later (for Linux guests)
    • z/VM V4.3 with PTF for APAR VM63397
    • Linux on zSeries

      The currently available distributions SUSE SLES 8, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE provide support for this function.

      For Linux on zSeries, please refer to the instructions accompanying the October 31, 2003, updates on developerWorks (R) for how to activate HiperSockets Network Concentrator unicast, broadcast, and multicast support.

Software requirements for the 16-port ESCON feature

The minimum software requirements indicated apply to CHPID types CBY, CVC, CNC, and CTC except where indicated.

  • z/OS V1.2, and later
  • OS/390 V2.10
  • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3, and later
  • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
  • TPF V4.1
  • Linux on zSeries

    The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE support CHPID types CNC and CTC.

Software requirements for the FICON Express features

  • FICON Express (CHPID type FCV) attachment to the ESCON Director Model 5 FICON Bridge feature requires at a minimum:
    • z/OS V1.2, and later
    • OS/390 V2.10
    • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3, and later
    • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
    • TPF V4.1 at PUT 16

  • FICON Express (CHPID type FC), including Channel-To-Channel (CTC), requires at a minimum:
    • z/OS V1.2, and later
    • OS/390 V2.10
    • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3, and later
    • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
    • TPF V4.1 at PUT 16
    • Linux on zSeries

      The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

  • FICON Express (CHPID type FCP), for support of SCSI disks requires at a minimum:
    • z/VM V5.1 (for z/VM install, IPL, and operation from SCSI disks)
    • z/VM V4.4, and later for
      • Adapter Interruptions (refer to 2084 PSP bucket)
      • Performance Assist for V=V Guests
    • z/VM V4.3, and later, (for Linux as a guest under z/VM)
    • Linux on zSeries

      The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

  • FCP SAN management
    • Linux on zSeries support was delivered in January 2004, as an Open Source contribution via:
      http://www10.software.ibm.com/developerworks/ opensource/linux390
    • SCSI IPL for FCP
      • z/VM V5.1 (z/VM IPL from SCSI disks)
      • z/VM V4.4, and later (for Linux as a guest under z/VM)
      • Linux on zSeries

        The currently available distributions SUSE SLES 8, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE contain the tools to support IPL from SCSI disks.

    • Cascaded FICON Directors (CHPID types FC and FCP), including CTC with cascading, require at a minimum:
      • z/OS V1.3 and V1.4 with PTFs, and later releases
      • OS/390 V2.10
        • OS/390 V2.10 can support a cascaded configuration. z/OS V1.3 is required in an LPAR to dynamically define a cascaded director, for dynamic I/O changes, and to use the enhanced display functions. Refer to the 9032/9042 PSP buckets.
      • z/VM V4.4, and later
      • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
      • TPF V4.1 at PUT 16
      • Linux on zSeries

        The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

    Software requirements for the OSA-Express features

    • OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) (CHPID type OSD) supporting TCP/IP only
      • z/OS V1.2, and later
      • OS/390 V2.10, with Communications Server (CS)
      • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3, and later, with appropriate level of TCP/IP
      • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later, with appropriate release of TCP/IP
      • TPF V4.1 at PUT 13 with PTF for APAR PJ2733

        Includes VIPA (Virtual Internet Protocol Address) support, which allows TCP/IP connections to be balanced in a loosely coupled environment

      • Linux on zSeries

        The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

    • OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet

      QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD) supporting TCP/IP only and non-QDIO mode (CHPID type OSE) supporting TCP/IP and SNA

      • z/OS V1.2, and later
      • OS/390 V2.10
      • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3, and later
      • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
      • Linux on zSeries

        The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

    • OSA-Express Integrated Console Controller (OSA-ICC) support via the OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet (CHPID type OSC) is exclusive to z890 and z990.
      • z/OS V1.3, and later, with PTF for APAR OA05738
        • HCD with PTF for APAR OA03689
      • z/VM 5.1
      • z/VM V4.4 with PTF for APAR VM63405
      • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
      • TPF V4.1

    • OSA-Express Token Ring

      QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD) supporting TCP/IP only and non-QDIO mode (CHPID type OSE) supporting TCP/IP and SNA

      • z/OS V1.2, and later
      • OS/390 V2.10
      • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3, and later
      • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
      • Linux on zSeries

        The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

    • Checksum offload for IPv4 Packets applies to OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet (#1364 and #1365) and 1000BASE-T Ethernet (#1366) on z990 when in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
      • z/OS V1.5, and later
      • Linux on zSeries

        The currently available distributions SUSE SLES 8, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE provide support for this function.

      • z/OS Full VLAN (IEEE 802.1q) support applies to OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet (#1366), Fast Ethernet (#2366), and Gigabit Ethernet (#2364, #2365, #1364, #1365) on z800, z900, z890, and z990 when in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
        • z/OS V1.5, and later
      • z/VM VLAN (IEEE 802.1q) support applies to OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet (FC 1366), Fast Ethernet (#2366), and Gigabit Ethernet (#2364, #2365, #1364, #1365) on z990 when in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
        • z/VM V5.1 for one global VLAN ID for IPv6
        • z/VM V4.4, and later, for one global VLAN ID for IPv4
      • Linux on zSeries VLAN (IEEE 802.1q) support applies to OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet (#1366), Fast Ethernet (#2366), and Gigabit Ethernet (#2364, #2365, #1364, #1365) on z990 when in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
        • Linux on zSeries

          The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

      • Intrusion Detection Services Source MAC identification applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z990 when in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
        • z/OS V1.5, and later
      • 160 TCP/IP stacks per OSA-Express port applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z990 when in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

        This support is transparent to the operating systems.

      • Open Systems Adapter/Support Facility (OSA/SF) Java GUI is a complete replacement of OSA/SF Version 2 Release 1 (5655-B57), integrated in the operating systems, and shipped as a PTF, where applicable. Refer to the appropriate PSP bucket. This support applies to all of the OSA-Express and OSA-2 features and to all servers that support them.

        The new version of OSA/SF with the Java GUI is supported by the following operating systems.

        • z/OS - all in service releases
        • OS/390 V2.10 with z990 Compatibility for Selected Releases - Web deliverable
        • z/VM V4.4, and later
        • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3
        • VSE/ESA V2.6, and later
      • OSA port name relief applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z800, z900, z890, and z990 when in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
        • z/VM V4.4, and later
        • z/VM V4.3 with co-requisites. Refer to the z/VM subset of the 2086DEVICE Preventive Service Planning (PSP) bucket
        • Linux on zSeries

          The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

      • OSA-Express Direct SNMP subagent support
        • Traps and Set applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
          • z/OS V1.5, and later

            Refer to z/OS Communications Server publications for more information.

        • Direct SNMP for LCS applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z990 when configured in non-QDIO (CHPID type OSE) using TCP/IP passthru and LAN Channel Station (LCS). When delivered, Direct SNMP for LCS will support the same SNMP commands and alerts currently offered in QDIO mode - Get, GetNext, Trap, Set.
          • z/OS V1.6
        • Performance data applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z800, z900, z890 and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
          • z/OS V1.4, and later
          • Linux on zSeries

            The currently available distributions SUSE SLES 8, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE provide support for this function.

        • Get and GetNext applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z800, z900, z890 and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
          • z/OS V1.4, and later
          • Linux on zSeries

            The currently available distributions SUSE SLES 8, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE provide support for this function.

        • Ethernet data for dot3StatsTable applies to all of the OSA-Express features supported on z800, z900, z890 and z990 when configured in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).
          • z/OS V1.4 with PTF for APAR PQ73478, and later
          • Linux on zSeries

            The currently available distributions SUSE SLES 8, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE provide support for this function.

      Software requirements for Cryptographic functions

      Cryptographic support for z890 and z990 for OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2 and later releases, and z890 for z/OS.e V1.3 and later releases is provided by the Web deliverables described below:

      • z990 Cryptographic Support: This Web deliverable provides exploitation support for the CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (#3863), PCICA (#0862) and PCIXCC (#0868) features on OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2 and later releases, and z/OS.e V1.3, and later releases. This will be replaced on May 28, 2004 by z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support.

      • z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support: This Web deliverable includes support for OS/390 V2.10, z/OS V1.2, z/OS V1.3, z/OS V1.4, and z/OS V1.5, as well as support for z/OS.e V1.3, z/OS.e V1.4 and z/OS.e V1.5. In addition to exploitation support for the CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (#3863), PCICA (#0862), PCIXCC (#0868) features, this deliverable provides support for the following functions:
        • Double length Derived Unique Key Per Transaction (DUKPT) (PCIXCC only)
        • EMV 2000 Standard (PCIXCC only)
        • Public Key Decrypt (PKD) service enhancement (PCICA and PCIXCC)
        • Public Key Encrypt (PKE) service enhancement (PCICA and PCIXCC)

      • The recommended Web deliverable is z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support.

      These Web deliverables are unpriced and can be downloaded at:

      http://www.ibm.com/eserver/zseries/zos/downloads

      Note: The end of service for a Web deliverable occurs at the end of service for the release on which it runs.

      Listed below are the minimum cryptographic software requirements for z990:

      • CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) (#3863)

        Note: The SHA-1 function is shipped enabled. However, DES and TDES functions require enablement of the CPACF function (#3863) for export control.

        • z/OS V1.2, and later, with z990 Cryptographic Support, or z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support
        • OS/390 V2.10 with z990 Cryptographic Support, or z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support
        • z/VM V3.1 and V4.3, and later
        • Linux on zSeries

          The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 8, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE support CPACF as well as other Linux distributions picking up the right combination of newest crypto libraries at:

          http://www-124.ibm.com/developerworks/projects/libica and
          http://www-124.ibm.com/developerworks/projects/openCrptoki

      • PCI Cryptographic Accelerator (PCICA) (#0862)
        • z/OS V1.2, and later, with z990 Cryptographic Support, or z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support
        • OS/390 V2.10 with z990 Cryptographic Support, or z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support
        • z/VM V5.1 (for z/OS and Linux guests)
        • z/VM V4.3, and later releases (for Linux guests)
        • VSE/ESA V2.7 and IBM TCP/IP for VSE/ESA V1.5
        • Linux on zSeries

          The currently available distributions, SUSE SLES 7, SUSE SLES 8, Red Hat RHEL 3.0, Turbolinux TLES 8, and Conectiva CLEE

      • PCI X Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCIXCC) (#0868)
        • z/OS V1.2, and later, with z990 Cryptographic Support, or z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support
        • OS/390 V2.10 with z990 Cryptographic Support, or z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support
        • z/VM V5.1 (for z/OS and Linux guests)
        • Linux on zSeries support was delivered as an Open Source contribution via:
          http://www10.software.ibm.com/developerworks/ opensource/linux390

      • PCIXCC User-Defined Extensions (UDX)
        • z/OS V1.2, and later, with z990 Cryptographic Support, or z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support
        • OS/390 V2.10 with z990 Cryptographic Support, or z990 and z890 Enhancements to Cryptographic Support

Software Requirments for Enhanced performance assists for z/VM guests for HiperSockets (TM) (CHPID type IQD), OSA (CHPID type OSD), FCP (CHPID type FCP) on the z9-109, z990, and z890 requires at a minimum:

  • Linux on System z9 - IBM is working with its Linux distribution partners that this function will be provided in future Linux on System z9 distribution releases or service updates.

Note: All supported FICON feature (CHPID type FCP) and all supported OSA features (CHPID type OSD) can benefit from this function as well as HiperSockets (CHPID type IQD).

Software requirements FCP point-to-point attachments on the z9-109 for FICON (CHPID type FCP) requires at a minimum:

  • z/VM V4.4 and V5.1 for Linux guests.
  • Linux on System z9 - IBM is working with its distribution partners to provide this function in future distribution releases or service updates.

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Publications

The following publication are shipped with the product.

  • Installation Manual (G229-9036)
  • Service Guide (G229-9039)
  • Safety Notices (G229-9054)
  • Safety Inspection (G229-9037)

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Features
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Features - No charge

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

COLOR: A specify code is not required.

VOLTAGE: A specify code for line cords feature codes is required and will be provided by the configurator based on the country code of the order. The specify codes listed below must be used when an alternative to the ELINK configurator default is required.

External Cables
---------------    ----------------------------
 8985              14ft 380-415V Line Cord (WT)
 8992              6ft 250V 60A Line Cord (Chi)
 8993              14ft 250V Cord (US,Can,Jap)
 8994              6ft 480V 30A Line Cord (Chi)
 8995              14ft 480V Line Cord (US)
 

LANGUAGE: A specify code for language is required and will be provided by the configurator based on the country code of the order. The specify codes listed below must be used when an alternative to the ELINK configurator default is required.

 Specify Code      Description
 ------------      ---------------------
 2924              US English
 2928              France
 2929              German
 2930              Spanish
 2931              Spain
 2932              Italian
 2935              Canadian / French
 2978              Portugal
 2979              Brazilian / Portuguese
 2980              UK English
 2983              Norwegian
 2987              Sweden / Finland
 2988              Netherlands
 2989              Belgian / French
 2993              Denmark
 2997              Swiss / French / German
 5560              Luxembourg Orders Placed in Belgium
 5561              Iceland Orders Placed in Denmark
 5562              China Orders Placed in Hong Kong
 

Features - Chargeable

Server Time Protocol

(#1021) Server Time Protocol

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

Sysplex Timer Licensed Internal Code Upgrade:

The Sysplex Timer's Licensed Internal Code (LIC) has been upgraded to support using STP in a Mixed Coordinated Timing Network (CTN). The required Sysplex Timer LIC is shipped along with the STP feature, and must be installed by the IBM Service Support Representative prior to migrating from a Sysplex Timer based External Time Reference (ETR) network to any STP Coordinated Timing Network (CTN).

Hardware Management Console

Management of STP-enabled servers requires V2.9.1 Licensed Internal Code (LIC) of the Hardware Management Console (HMC) application. Previously installed HMCs (Feature Codes 0075 and later) can be upgraded to V2.9.1 LIC by requesting your IBM Service representative to order ECA 241 for each server that has one or more HMC features to be upgraded.

If an existing HMC is to be loaded with the new HMC LIC, the attached servers will first need to be at specific driver levels and may need specific MCLs to be installed. These MCLs may be loaded without an outage, as long as the server is at the driver level listed. If you need to upgrade the server to the required driver level, an outage will be necessary.

z990 & z890 (Driver 55).

MCL 132 for EC J13486.

HMC Features

(#0076) Hardware Management Console with dual Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

Key Prerequisite: Feature 0076 is available only to customers who currently have Feature 0075. The Hardware Management Console (HMC) is a 4x4 PCI machine designed to provide a single point of control and single system image for managing local or remote hardware elements. The HMC comes with two Ethernets, consisting of an Ethernet adapter and built in Ethernet support on the motherboard, and one mouse.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Four features
  • Prerequisites: feature 0075
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversions become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: IBM supplies a LAN connection package which includes One Ethernet cable (15.24m/50ft) with a connector for the 9-pin D shell on one end and the other end with a RJ-45 connector; one Token Ring cable (2.50m/8.2 ft) and one Token Ring cable (22.86m/75ft) both with RF-45 connectors on each end; and one Token Ring wrap plug.

(#0077) Hardware Management Console with dual Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

Feature 0077 is the first IBM zSeries HMC with Dual Ethernet; it may be ordered to replace Feature 0075. The Hardware Management Console (HMC) is a 4x4 PCI machine designed to provide a single point of control and single system image for managing local or remote hardware elements. The HMC comes with two Ethernets, consisting of an Ethernet adapter and built in support on the motherboard, and one mouse.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Four features
  • Prerequisites: feature 0075
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversions become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: IBM supplies a LAN connection package which includes One Ethernet cable (15.24m/50ft) with a connector for the 9-pin D shell on one end and the other end with a RJ-45 connector; one Token Ring cable (2.50m/8.2 ft) and one Token Ring cable (22.86m/75ft) both with RF-45 connectors on each end; and one Token Ring wrap plug.

(#0078) Hardware Management Console with Ethernet and Token Ring

(No longer available as of December 31, 2007)

Feature 0078 replaces the currently orderable feature: 0075. The Hardware Management Console (HMC) is a 4x4 PCI machine designed to provide a single point of control and single system image for managing local or remote hardware elements. The HMC HMC comes with one Ethernet, one Token Ring, and one mouse.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Four features
  • Prerequisites: feature 0075
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversions become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: IBM supplies a LAN connection package which includes One Ethernet cable (15.24m/50ft) with a connector for the 9-pin D shell on one end and the other end with a RJ-45 connector; one Token Ring cable (2.50m/8.2 ft) and one Token Ring cable (22.86m/75ft) both with RF-45 connectors on each end; and one Token Ring wrap plug.

(#0079) Hardware Management Console with dual Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

Note: Feature 0079 may be ordered to replace Feature 0077.

The Hardware Management Console (HMC) is a 4x4 desktop system designed to provide a single point of control and single system image for managing local or remote hardware elements. The HMC comes with two Ethernets, consisting of an Ethernet adapter and built in support on the motherboard, and one mouse.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Ten features
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversions become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: IBM supplies a LAN connection package which includes One Ethernet cable (15.24m/50ft) with a connector for the 9-pin D shell on one end and the other end with a RJ-45 connector; one Token Ring cable (2.50m/8.2 ft) and one Token Ring cable (22.86m/75ft) both with RF-45 connectors on each end; and one Token Ring wrap plug.

(#0080) Hardware Management Console with Ethernet and Token Ring

(No longer available as of December 31, 2007)

Note: Feature 0080 may be ordered to replace Feature 0078.

The Hardware Management Console (HMC) is a 4x4 desktop system designed to provide a single point of control and single system image for managing local or remote hardware elements. The HMC comes with one Ethernet, one Token Ring, and one mouse.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Ten features
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversions become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: IBM supplies a LAN connection package which includes One Ethernet cable (15.24m/50ft) with a connector for the 9-pin D shell on one end and the other end with a RJ-45 connector; one Token Ring cable (2.50m/8.2 ft) and one Token Ring cable (22.86m/75ft) both with RF-45 connectors on each end; and one Token Ring wrap plug.

(#0084) Hardware Management Console with dual Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The HMC is a workstation designed to provide a single point of control and single system image for managing local or remote hardware elements. Connectivity is supplied using an Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) devoted exclusively to accessing the supported local and remote servers. The HMC is designed to support, exclusively, the HMC application. The HMC is supplied with two Ethernet ports capable of operating at 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps. Included is one mouse, one keyboard, a selectable flat-panel display - 17 inch (431.8 mm) or 20 inch (20.1 inches, 510.5 mm), and a DVD RAM to install Licensed Internal Code (LIC).

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Ten (10).
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None currently known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The HMC is for the exclusive use of the HMC application. Customer applications cannot reside on the HMC. The ESCON Director and Sysplex Timer(R) applications cannot reside on the HMC. TCP/IP is the only supported communication protocol. The HMC supports z9 EC, z9 BC, z990, z890, z900, z800, G5, and G6. They must be upgraded to a new AROM level.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversions become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: Cables are shipped with the HMC. The Ethernet cables are Category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) with an RJ-45 connector on each end.

(#0088) Multi-Station Access Unit (MAU)

(No longer available as of December 31, 2007)

The MAU (#0088) is a Multi-Station Access Unit used for token ring connections. Previously automatically shipped with a Token Ring HMC, it is now an orderable feature. One MAU may support several HMCs.

  • Minimum: none.
  • Maximum: ten features.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversion become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#0089) Ethernet Switch (Former HUB)

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Ethernet Switch (former HUB) is a 16-port 10/100 Mbps standalone, unmanaged switch. The Ethernet Switch will integrate Ethernet and Fast Ethernet.

  • Minimum: None
  • Maximum: Ten features
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversions become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#0846) TKE Workstation with Token Ring

(No Longer Available as of October 10, 2005)

Note: Feature 0846 replaces the currently orderable feature: 0896.

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) workstation feature is a combination of hardware and software, network-connected to the server, and designed to provide a security-rich, flexible method for master and operational key entry as well as local and remote management of the cryptographic coprocessor features. This optional feature provides basic key management -- key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, as well as security administration. The TKE workstation also includes a 17" flat panel display, a DVD-RAM drive, and a token ring adapter.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One feature
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites for z990: CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) feature #3863 and PCIXCC feature #0868
  • Corequisites for z800 and z900: Crypto Hardware Present feature #0800 and Crypto enablement feature #0875
  • Corequisites 9672-G6: Crypto Hardware Present feature #0800 and Crypto enablement feature #0835
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: For z890 and z990, if TKE 3.x workstations are being used, and feature #0868 is present, the TKE must be upgraded to the TKE 4.0 or higher. TKE 4.0 or higher is required to communicate with z890 or z990.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#0849) TKE Workstation with Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of October 10, 2005)

Note: Feature 0849 replaces the currently orderable feature: 0899.

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) workstation feature is a combination of hardware and software, network-connected to the server, and designed to provide a security-rich, flexible method for master and operational key entry as well as local and remote management of the cryptographic coprocessor features. This optional feature provides basic key management -- key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, as well as security administration. The TKE workstation also includes a 17" flat panel display, a DVD-RAM drive, and built in Ethernet support on the motherboard.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One feature
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites for z990: CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) feature #3863 and PCIXC feature #0868
  • Corequisites for z800 and z900: Crypto Hardware Present resent feature #0800 and Crypto enablement feature #0875
  • Corequisites 9672-G6: Crypto Hardware Present feature #0800 and Crypto enablement feature #0835
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: For z890 and z990, if TKE 3.x workstations are being used, and the feature #0868 is present, the TKE must be upgraded to the TKE 4.0 or higher. TKE 4.0 or higher is required to communicate with z890 or z990.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#0853) TKE 4.2 code

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) 4.2 code is installed on a TKE workstation. TKE 4.2 code is a no charge enablement feature which is loaded prior to shipment when a TKE workstation is ordered. For other than new shipments, TKE 4.2 Licensed Internal Code is shipped via a CD-ROM. The TKE 4.2 code includes support for the Smart Card Reader.

Customers with TKE 3.X level code workstations installed may carry them forward on an upgrade to z890 or z990. Note however, that the TKE 3.X code level can only be used to control legacy systems on the LAN but cannot communicate with the z890 or z990. To communicate with a z890 or z990 server, the TKE 4.0, 4.1 or 4.2 code level (TKE 4.2 code available October 2004) must be installed. An MES upgrade is available to bring a TKE 3.X workstation up to the most current 4.X level.

The TKE hardware features with TKE 3.X level code that may carry forward are #0866, #0869, #0876, #0879, #0886 and #0889. Currently features #0896 (TKE workstation with Token Ring) and #0899 (TKE workstation with Ethernet) are the only orderable TKE workstation features with TKE 4.1 level code on z890, z990, z800, z900 and Generation 6. Effective October 29, 2004, concurrent with this announce a new TKE offering with the TKE 4.2 code loaded with commence.

TKE 3.X workstations carried forward will automatically be updated to the TKE 4.2 (#0853) code level when a PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor (#0868) or Crypto Express2 (#0863) feature is ordered or present on the server.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One feature.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: For G6 Servers (9672) and z800/z900 servers (2066/2064) the CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessor Facility (#0800). For z890/z990 (2086/2084) servers, CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (#3863) and PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor (#0868) or Crypto Express2 (#0863).
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: If TKE 3.X workstations are being used, they must be upgraded to the TKE 4.X code to communicate with a z890 or z990.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.

(#0855) TKE 5.0 LIC

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) 5.0 level of Licensed Internal Code (LIC) is installed in a TKE workstation (#0859). TKE 5.0 LIC is a no-charge enablement feature which is loaded prior to shipment when a TKE workstation is ordered. The TKE 5.0 LIC includes support for the Smart Card Reader.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Three (3).
  • Prerequisites: TKE workstation (#0859).
  • Corequisites:
    • For z990 and z890 (2084, 2086), CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) (#3863) and PCIXCC (#0868) or Crypto Express2 (#0863).
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.

(#0859) TKE workstation

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

This is an optional feature. The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) workstation is a combination of hardware and software, network-connected to the server, and designed to provide a security-rich, flexible method for master and operational key entry as well as local and remote management of the cryptographic coprocessor features. Crypto Express2 default configuration on the z9-109 is a coprocessor. This optional feature provides basic key management -- key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, as well as security administration. The TKE workstation has one Ethernet port and supports connectivity to an Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) operating at 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps.

The feature shipment includes a system unit, mouse, keyboard, 17-inch (431.8 mm) flat panel display, DVD-RAM drive to install Licensed Internal Code (LIC), and a PCI-X Cryptographic Coprocessor. The workstation has one Ethernet port and a serial port for attaching a Smart Card Reader.

If Trusted Key Entry is required on a z9-109, then a TKE 5.0 workstation must be used. TKE 5.0 workstations can also be used to control the z990, z890, z900, and z800 servers.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Three (3).
  • Prerequisites: CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (#3863) and Crypto Express2 feature (#0863).
  • Corequisite: TKE 5.0 LIC (#0855) loaded on TKE workstation prior to shipment.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: LAN cabling is a customer responsibility. A Category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable terminated with RJ-45 connector is required.

Note: TKE 4.x workstations can be used to control z990, z890, and prior servers. TKE 3.x workstations can be used to control z900, z800, and prior servers.

(#0863) Crypto Express2

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Crypto Express2 feature has been designed to satisfy high-end server security requirements. Crypto Express2 executes the functions that were previously offered by the PCICA (#0862) and PCIXCC (#0868) features, performing hardware acceleration for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) transactions and clear key RSA acceleration. The Crypto Express2 feature conforms to the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 Level 4 Certification, and supports User Defined Extension (UDX) services to implement unique cryptographic functions and algorithms. The Crypto Express2 feature has two coprocessors per feature. While it occupies an I/O slot it does not use CHPIDs.

  • Minimum: None or two. An initial order is two features.
  • Maximum: 8 features (16 coprocessors; two coprocessors per feature). The combined maximum of PCICA (#0862), Crypto Express2 (#0863), and PCIXCC (#0868) cannot exceed eight features per server. When Crypto Express2 becomes available, PCICA and PCIXCC are no longer orderable.
  • Prerequisites: CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) (#3863).
  • Corequisites: TKE workstation for secure entry and Crypto Express2 management or ISPF panels for clear key entry and Crypto Express2 management.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, OSA-Express2, PCICA, PCIXCC, and Crypto Express2 cannot exceed 20 features per server on z890 (16 on the z890 smallest sub-uni) and 60 features (20 per I/O cage) on z990.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None. Internal connection to STI interface. No external cables.

(#0887) TKE 4.2 Smart Card Reader

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The TKE 4.2 workstation with Smart Card Reader allows the use of smart cards, which resemble a credit card in size and shape, but contain an embedded microprocessor, and associated memory for data storage. Access to and he use of confidential data on the smart cards are protected by a user-defined personal identification number (PIN).

With the smart card reader support, it is still possible to store key parts on diskettes, or paper, or to use a TKE authority key stored on a diskette, and to logon to the 4758 using a passphrase.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 1 feature. One feature consists of two Smart Card Readers, two cables to connect to the TKE 4.2 workstation, and 20 Smart Cards.
  • Prerequisites:
    • CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) (#3863).
    • Crypto Express2 (#0863) or PCIXCC (#0868), or both.
  • Corequisites: TKE workstation with 4.2 code for secure key parts entry and Crypto hardware management or ISPF panels for clear key entry and Crypto hardware management and TKE 4.2 code (#0853).
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: None. External cables to connect two Smart Card Readers to the TKE 4.2 workstation are shipped with the feature.

(#0888) TKE 4.2 additional Smart Cards

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The TKE 4.2 additional Smart Cards are Java-based smart cards which provide a highly efficient cryptographic and data management application built-in to read-only memory for secure storage of keys, certificates, passwords, applications, and data. The TKE 4.2 blank Smart Cards are compliant with FIPS 140-2 Level 2.

  • Minimum: None. Order increment is one. When one is ordered a quantity of 10 Smart Cards are shipped.
  • Maximum: 99 (990 blank Smart Cards).
  • Prerequisites:
    • CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) (#3863).
    • Crypto Express2 (#0863) or PCIXCC (#0868), or both.
  • Corequisites: TKE workstation with 4.2 code for secure key parts entry and cryptographic hardware management or ISPF panels for clear key entry and cryptographic hardware management, TKE 4.2 code (#0853), and TKE 4.2 Smart Card Reader (#0887).
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: Not applicable.

(#0896) TKE Workstation with Token Ring

(No Longer Available as of May 27, 2006)

Feature 0896 replaces the currently orderable feature: 0886. The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) workstation feature is a combination of hardware and software, network-connected to the server, and designed to provide a security-rich, flexible method for master and operational key entry as well as local and remote management of the cryptographic coprocessor features. This optional feature provides basic key management -- key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, as well as security administration. The TKE workstation has a DVD-RAM drive, and a Token Ring adapter.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One feature
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites for z990: CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) feature #3863 and PCIXCC feature #0868
  • Corequisites for z800, z900, and below: Crypto Hardware Present feature #0800
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: If TKE 3.X workstations are being used, they must be upgraded to the TKE 4.0 or higher. TKE 4.0 or higher is required to communicate with z890 or z990.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: IBM supplies a LAN connection package which includes One Ethernet cable (15.24m/50ft) with a connector for the 9-pin D shell on one end and the other end with a RJ-45 connector; one Token Ring cable (2.50m/8.2 ft) and one Token Ring cable (22.86m/75ft) both with RF-45 connectors on each end; and one Token Ring wrap plug.

(#0899) TKE Workstation with Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of May 27, 2006)

Feature 0899 replaces the currently orderable feature: 0889. The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) workstation feature is a combination of hardware and software, network-connected to the server, and designed to provide a security-rich, flexible method for master and operational key entry as well as local and remote management of the cryptographic coprocessor features. This optional feature provides basic key management -- key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, as well as security administration. The TKE workstation has a DVD-RAM drive, and built in Ethernet support on the motherboard.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One feature
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites for z990: CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) feature #3863 and PCIXC feature #0868
  • Corequisites for z800, z900, and below: Crypto Hardware Present feature #0800
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: If TKE 3.X workstations are being used, they must be upgraded to the TKE 4.0 or higher. TKE 4.0 or higher is required to communicate with z890 or z990.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: IBM supplies a LAN connection package which includes One Ethernet cable (15.24m/50ft) with a connector for the 9-pin D shell on one end and the other end with a RJ-45 connector; one Token Ring cable (2.50m/8.2 ft) and one Token Ring cable (22.86m/75ft) both with RF-45 connectors on each end; and one Token Ring wrap plug.

Processor Units

(#0516) IFL

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) is a Processor Unit that is purchased and activated for exclusive use of the Linux operating system.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: 32.
  • Prerequisites: One CP (FC 0716), IFL (FC 0516), or ICF (FC 0518).
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#0517) Unassigned IFL

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

An Unassigned IFL is a Processor Unit purchased for future use as an IFL (FC 0516). It is offline and unavailable for use.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: 31.
  • Prerequisites: One CP (FC 0716), IFL (FC 0516), or ICF (FC 0518).
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#0518) ICF

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Integrated Coupling Facility (ICF) is a Processor Unit purchased and activated for exclusive use by the Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC).

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: 16.
  • Prerequisites: One CP (FC 0716), IFL (FC 0516), or ICF (FC 0518).
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#0519) Optional SAP

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Optional System Assist Processor (SAP) is a Processor Unit that is purchased and activated for use as a SAP. This optional SAP is a chargeable feature.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: 8.
  • Prerequisites: One CP (FC 0716), one IFL (FC 0516) or one ICF( FC 0158).
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#0520) zSeries Application Assist Processor

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The new zSeries (R) Application Assist Processor is an attractively priced specialized processing unit that provides an economical Java execution environment for customers who desire the traditional Qualities of Service and the integration advantages of the zSeries platform.

When configured with central processors within logical partitions running z/OS, zAAPs may help increase central processor productivity and may contribute to lowering the overall cost of computing for z/OS Java Technology-based applications. zAAPs are designed to operate asynchronously with the general processors to execute Java programming under control of the IBM Java Virtual Machine (JVM). This can help reduce the demands and capacity requirements on central processors which may then be available for reallocation to other zSeries workloads.

The IBM (R) JVM processing cycles can be executed on the configured zAAPS with no anticipated modifications to the Java application(s). Execution of the JVM processing cycles on a zAAP is a function of the Software Developer's Kit (SDK) 1.4.1 for zSeries, z/OS 1.6, and the Processor Resource/Systems Manager (TM), (PR/SM) (TM).

The amount of central processor savings will vary based on the the amount of Java application code executed by zAAP(s). This is dependent upon the amount of Java cycles used by the relevant application(s) and on the zAAP execution mode selected by the customer.

Execution of the Java applications on zAAPs, within the same z/OS SMP LPAR as their associated database subsystems, can also help simplify the server infrastructures and improve operational efficiencies. For example, use of zAAPs could reduce the number of TCP/IP stacks, firewalls, and physical interconnections (and their assocated processing) that might otherwise be required when the application servers and their database servers are deployed on separate physical server platforms.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: The maximum number of zAAP features (#0520) is equal to the number of CP (#0716) and unassigned CP (#1716) features installed.
  • Co-requisite: There must be one CP (#0716) installed on the machine where the zAAP is to be installed.

(#0716) CP

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Central Processor (CP) is the Processor Unit purchased and activated supporting either the z/VM, VSE/ESA, OS/390, or z/OS operating system.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: 32.
  • Prerequisites: One CP (FC 0716), IFL (FC 0516), or ICF (FC 0518).
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#1716) Unassigned CP

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

An Unassigned CP is a Central Processor purchased for future use as a CP (FC 0716). It is offline and unavailable for use.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: 31.
  • Prerequisites: One CP (FC 0716), IFL (FC 0516), or ICF (FC 0518).
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

Cryptographic Support

(#0851) TKE 4.0 Card Code

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The TKE 4.0 Card Code is the code level installed on a workstation that will permit the execution of a basic key management system on 9672 G5/G6, z900, z800 and z990. This will be replaced by TKE 4.1 (#0852).

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: One of the following TKE workstation feature codes - FC 0866, 0869, 0876, 0879, 0886, or 0889, PCIXCC (FC 0868), and CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (FC 3863).
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: This code level does not support G5/G6 Servers or earlier servers.

(#0852) TKE 4.1 Code

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) 4.1 code is software installed on a TKE workstation. TKE 4.1 code is a no charge enablement feature which is loaded prior to shipment when a TKE 4.1 code level workstation is ordered. For other than new shipments, Licensed Internal Code, Configuration Control (LIC CC) is shipped via a CD-ROM.

The TKE 3.X code level may be used to control legacy systems on the LAN but will not be able to communicate with the z890 or z990. Customers with TKE 3.X workstations installed may carry them forward on z890 and z990 upgrades. TKE hardware features #0866, #0869, #0876, #0879, 0886 and 0889 on current servers with OS/2 (R) and 3.x TKE code level, can be carried forward on the z890 and z990. Only #0886 and #0889 are orderable on z990. To communicate with the z890 or z990 server, TKE 4.0 (available today) or 4.1 code level (available May 2004) must be installed. TKE 3.X workstations carried forward will automatically be updated to the 4.1 TKE (#0852) code level when a PCIXCC is ordered or present on the server.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One feature.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) feature #3863 and PCIXCC feature #0868.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: If TKE 3.X workstations are being used, they must be upgraded to the TKE 4.0 or 4.1 code levels. TKE 4.0 or TKE 4.1 is required to communicate with a z890 or z990.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.

(#0856) TKE 5.1 LIC - Cryptographic Support

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) 5.1 Licensed Internal Code (LIC) includes service mode support and usability enhancements. The TKE workstation now supports two user categories (auto-logged user and service user). With TKE 5.1, the user category, service user, has been introduced to help separate the tasks for servicing the console. The auto-logged user now has access only to the basic operations tasks. There is also a new task layout display to help improve the look and usability of the TKE console. The TKE 5.1 level of LIC is installed in a TKE workstation (#0839, #0859).

The TKE 5.1 LIC continues to support the ability to store key parts on diskettes or paper, or optionally on smart cards, or to use a TKE authority key stored on a diskette, or optionally on a smart card, and to log on to the Cryptographic Coprocessors using a passphrase, or optionally a logon key pair. TKE 5.1 LIC is a no-charge enablement feature which is loaded prior to shipment when a TKE workstation is ordered. The TKE 5.1 LIC includes support for the Smart Card Reader.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: Three (3).
  • Prerequisites: TKE workstation (#0839, #0859).
  • Corequisites for z9 EC: Crypto Express2 (#0863).
  • Corequisites for z9 BC: Crypto Express2 (#0863) or a mixture of Crypto Express2-1P (#0870) and Crypto Express2 (#0863) or Crypto Express2-1P (#0870) only.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.

(#0886) TKE With Token Ring

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The Trusted Key Entry (TKE) with Token Ring is a workstation that provides a basic key management system. The key management system allows an authorized person a method of key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, and management. This workstation is a tool for security administrators to use in setting up and establishing the security policy and placing it into production. The workstation and the TKE 4.0 code level provide a secure, remote, and flexible method of providing Master Key Entry and to remotely manage PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessors.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: CPACF DES/TDES Enablement (FC 3863), TKE Code 4.0 code level (FC 0886) and PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor (FC 0868) must be installed.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: See Limitations section.

(#0889) TKE With Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The TKE with Ethernet is a workstation that provides a basic key management system. The key management system provides an authorized person a method of key identification, exchange, separation, update, backup, and management. This workstation is a tool for security administrators to use in setting up and establishing the security policy and placing it into production. The workstation and the TKE 4.0 code level provide a secure, remote and flexible method of providing Master Key Entry and to remotely manage PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessors.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: CPACF DES/TDES Enablement (FC 3863), TKE Code 4.0 code level (FC 0886), and PCIX Cryptographic Coprocessor (FC 0868) must be installed.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: See Limitations section.

(#0862) PCICA

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The Peripheral Component Interconnect Cryptographic Accelerator (PCICA) feature is a very fast cryptographic accelerator designed to satisfy the demands of e-business and Linux applications. PCICA provides leading-edge performance of complex RSA (an Internet encryption and authentication system) cryptographic operations used with the Secure Sockets layer (SSL) protocol. PCICA supports clear key RSA acceleration only. The PCICA feature is designed specifically for maximum speed SSL acceleration and has two accelerator cards per feature. While a PCICA feature occupies an I/O slot it does not use CHPIDs.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 6 features (12 accelerator cards, 2 accelerator cards per feature).
  • Prerequisites: Cryptographic Assist Architecture (CP Assist) feature #3863.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations:
    • The total number of PCICAs cannot exceed two feature per I/O cage.
    • The total number of PCICAs and PCIXCCs cannot exceed eight features per server.
    • The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None. Internal connection to STI interface. No external cables.

(#0868) PCIXCC

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The Peripheral Component Interconnect X Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCIXCC) feature is designed to satisfy high-end server security requirements by providing secure key cryptographic coprocessor functional support. PCIXCC has been designed to meet the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 Level 4 Certification. This is the security classification granted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a federal agency established by the U.S. Government, to certify that crypotgraphic products meet stringent security requirements for use in government systems. Customers can also take advantage of the User Defined Extensions (UDX) service to implement unique cryptographic functions and algorithms. PCIXCC has one coprocessor per feature. While a PCICA feature occupies an I/O slot it does not use CHPIDs.

  • Minimum: None or two features.
  • Maximum: 4 features (4 coprocessors, one coprocessor per feature). PCIXCC features may be installed in increments of 0, 2, 3, or 4.
  • Prerequisites: Cryptographic Assist Architecture (CP Assist) feature #3863
  • Corequisites: TKE workstation for secure entry and PCIXCC management or ISPF panels for clear key entry and PCIXCC management.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations:
    • The total number of PCICAs and PCIXCCs cannot exceed eight features per server.
    • The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature change become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None. Internal connection to STI interface. No external cables.

(#3863) CP Assist for Cryptographic Function (CPACF) Enablement

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

CPACF for cryptographic support is standard on every Processor Unit (PU) that is defined as a Central Processor (CP) is designed to offer data encryption/decryption with support of Data Encryption Standard (DES), Triple Data Encryption Standard (TDES), and Secure Hash Algorithm-1 (SHA-1). CPACF is shipped disabled with every PU. Feature 3863 is a no charge enablement feature. For new servers, shipped from the factory, #3863 CPACF enablement is loaded prior to shipment. For other than new shipments, Licensed Internal Code, Configuration Control (LIC CC) is shipped via an enablement diskette. The function is enabled via the Support Element (SE).

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: #3863 is required for PCICA (#0862) and PCIXCC (#0868).
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Field Installable: Yes.

Coupling Link options for Parallel Sysplex

Link                                                            Maximum
Type              Name                  Communication Use        Links
-----     ------------------------     --------------------     -------
IC        Internal Coupling channel     Internal between          32
                                        CFs and z/OS LPARs
 
ICB-2     Integrated Cluster Bus-2      Server-to-server           8
                                        z990 to G5/G6 servers
 
ICB-3     Integrated Cluster Bus-3      Server-to-server          16
                                        z990 to z800, z900
 
ICB-4     Integrated Cluster Bus-4      Server-to-Server          16
                                        z990 to z890, z990
 
ISC-3     InterSystem Channel-3         Server-to-server          48
 
  • A maximum of 48 ISC-3s can be defined in peer mode (operating at a link data rate of 2 Gbps) and a maximum of 32 ISC-3s can be defined in compatibility mode (operating at 1 Gbps, instead of 2 Gbps).
  • The maximum number of Coupling Links combined (ICs, ICB-2s, ICB-3s, ICB-4s, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 64 per server.
  • An ISC-3 feature on a z990 can be connected to another zSeries server in peer mode (CFP CHPID type) operating at 2 Gbps or to a HiPerLink (ISC-2) on a G5/G6 in compatibility mode (CHPID type CFS/CFR - sender/receiver) operating at 1 Gbps.

Internal Coupling channel (IC)

The Internal Coupling channel (IC) is for internal communication between Coupling Facilities defined in logical partitions (LPARs) and z/OS images on the same server. ICs are not identified as a feature. They do have a Channel Path Identifier (CHPID), which is type ICP, and are assigned using IOCP or HCD. There is no physical hardware. ICs (CHPID type ICP) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's. Care should be taken to ensure the planned use of ICs and external Coupling Links (ICBs and active ISC-3s) ordered does not exceed 64 links per server. ICs (CHPID type ICP) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 32 ICs.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: Refer to limitations section below.
  • Customer Setup: ICs must be defined in the IOCDS using either IOCP or HCD.
  • Limitations:
    • ICs can only communicate with ICs.
    • The maximum number of Coupling Links combined (ICs, ICB-2s, ICB-3s, ICB-4s, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 64 per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: None. There are no external cables.

(#0992) ICB-2 link

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Integrated Cluster Bus-2 (ICB-2) link is a member of the family of Coupling Link options. ICB-2 is expected to support a link data rate of 333 MegaBytes (MB) per second and used by coupled servers to pass information back and forth over high speed links in a Parallel Sysplex (R) environment when the distance between servers is no greater than 7 meters (23 feet). See the cable order section below. ICB-2 is used to connect Generation 5/Generation 6 servers (9672s) to z990 servers. ICB-2 (CHPID type CBS) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

There is an STI-2 card which resides in the I/O cage and provides two output ports to support the ICB-2 connections. The STI-2 card is designed to convert the STI input into two 333 MB/sec ICB-2 outputs. One feature is required for each end of the link. If the feature already exists on the G5/G6 server, it does not need to be reordered.

  • Minimum: None. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server - ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 8 ICB-2 links, 4 STI-2s with two ports on each STI-2 distribution card.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: STI-2 feature #3992. ETR feature #6154. One feature is required for each end of the link.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations:
    • An ICB-2 can only communicate with an ICB-2.
    • The maximum number of Coupling Links combined (ICs, ICB-2s, ICB-3s, ICB-4s, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 64 per server.
    • Each STI-2 distribution card occupies one I/O slot, taking away from the total I/O slots available for ESCON, FICON Express, ISC-3, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 10 meter (33 feet) ICB-2 cable (#0226) is used with the ICB-2 link - 3 meters (10 feet) is used for internal pathing and strain relief and 7 meters (23 feet) is available for server-to-server connection. Existing 10 meter ICB-2 cables can be reused. This cable is unique to ICB-2. See #0226 ICB-2 cable below.

(#0993) ICB-3 link

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Integrated Cluster Bus-3 (ICB-3) link is a member of the family of Coupling Link options. ICB-3 supports a link data rate of 1 GigaByte per second and is used by coupled servers to pass information back and forth over high speed connections in a Parallel Sysplex environment when the distance between servers is no greater than 7 meters (23 feet). See the cable order section below. ICB-3 is used to connect z800, z900, z890, and z990 servers (2066, 2064, 2086 2084) to z990 servers. Even though ICB-3 is supported for connection to z890 and z990, the recommended ICB connection to these servers is ICB-4. ICB-3 (CHPID type CBP) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

There is an STI-3 card (#3993) which resides in the I/O cage to support the ICB-3 connections. The STI-3 card converts the STI input into two 1 GByte/sec ICB-3 outputs. One ICB-3 feature is required for each end of the link. If the ICB-3 feature already exists on the other server, it does not need to be reordered.

  • Minimum: None. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server - ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 16 ICB-3 links, 8 STI-3s with two ports on each STI-3 distribution card.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: STI-3 feature #3993. ETR feature #6154. One feature is required for each end of the link.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations:
    • An ICB-3 can only communicate with an ICB-3.
    • The distance between ICB-3s cannot exceed 7 meters (23 feet). See the cable order section below.
    • The maximum number of Coupling Links combined (ICs, ICB-2s, ICB-3s, ICB-4s, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 64 per server.
    • Each STI-3 distribution card occupies one I/O slot, taking away from the total I/O slots available for ESCON, FICON Express, ISC-3, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 10 meter (33 feet) ICB-3 cable (#0227) is used with the ICB-3 link - 3 meters (10 feet) is used for internal pathing and strain relief and 7 meters (23 feet) is available for server-to-server connection. Existing 10 meter ICB-3 cables can be reused. This cable is unique to ICB-3. See #0227 ICB-3 cable below.

(#3393) ICB-4 link

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Integrated Cluster Bus-4 (ICB-4) link is a member of the family of Coupling Link options. ICB-4 operates at STI speeds, and like ICB-3, it is used by coupled servers to pass information back and forth over high speed connections in a Parallel Sysplex environment when the distance between servers is no greater than 7 meters (23 feet). See the cable order section below. ICB-4 is a "native" connection used between z990s and between z890s and z990s. This is the suggested connection between z890s and z990s. ICB-4 (CHPID type CBP) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

An ICB-4 connection consists of one link that attaches directly to an STI port in the server, does not require connectivity to a card in the I/O cage, and provides one output port to support ICB-4 to ICB-4 connectivity. One ICB-4 connection is required for each end of the link.

  • Minimum: None. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server; ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 16 ICB-4 links. There is one link on each ICB-4.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: One feature is required for each end of the link. ETR feature #6154.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations:
    • An ICB-4 can only communicate with an ICB-4.
    • The distance between ICB-4s cannot exceed 7 meters (23 feet). See the cable order section below.
    • The maximum number of Coupling Links combined (ICs, ICB-2s, ICB-3s, ICB-4s, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 64 per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 10 meter (33 feet) ICB-4 cable (#0228) is used with the ICB-4 link - 3 meters (10 feet) is used for internal pathing and strain relief and 7 meters (23 feet) is available for server-to-server connection. Existing 10 meter ICB-4 cables can be reused. This cable is unique to ICB-4. See #0228 ICB-4 cable below.

(#0217, #0218, #0219) InterSystem Channel-3 (ISC-3)

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The InterSystem Channel-3 (ISC-3) feature is a member of the family of Coupling Link options. An ISC-3 feature can have up to four links per feature. With the introduction of Server Time Protocol (STP), the ISC-3 feature can be used to transport both Coupling Facility (CF) and STP messages over 2 Gigabits per second (Gbps) links in a Parallel Sysplex environment.

The ISC-3 feature is compatible with ISC-3 features on z9 EC, z9 BC, z990, z890, z900, and z800 servers. While ICB-3 and ICB-4 are used for short distances between servers (7 meters - 23 feet), ISC-3 supports an unrepeated distance of up to 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) between servers when operating at 2 Gbps. Extended distance for ISC-3 is available through RPQ. ISC-3 (CHPID type CFP - peer) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

The ISC-3 feature is composed of a Mother card (ISC-M #0217) and two Daughter cards (ISC-D #0218). Each daughter card has two ports or links, for a total of four links per feature. Each link is activated using Licensed Internal Code, Configuration Control (LICCC) with ISC links (#0219). The ISC-D is not orderable. When the quantity of ISC links (#0219) is selected, the appropriate number of ISC-Ms and ISC-Ds is selected by the configuration tool. Additional ISC-Ms may be ordered up to the maximum of ISC-Ds required or twelve (12), whichever is the smaller number. The link is defined in peer (CHPID type CFP) mode only. Compatibility mode is not supported.

Each link utilizes a Long Wavelength (LX) laser as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 9 micron single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an industry standard small form factor LC Duplex connector. The ISC-3 feature accommodates reuse (at reduced distances) of 50 micron multimode fiber optic cables when the link data rate does not exceed 1 Gbps. A pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are then required, one for each end of the link.

  • Minimum: None. Links are ordered in increments of one. It is recommended that initial orders include two links. At least one I/O feature (ESCON or FICON) or Coupling Link feature (ICB or ISC-3) must be present in a System z9.
  • Maximum: 12 features, 48 links (4 links per feature).
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: ETR feature (#6155) or Server Time Protocol (STP) feature (#1021). If a 9 micron single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector is being reused, a 9 SM LC to SC Duplex Conversion Kit may be needed.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The ISC-3 feature has an optical transceiver that supports an LC Duplex connector only. A single mode fiber optic cable with an SC Duplex connector is not supported with this feature.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations:
    • The maximum number of Coupling Links combined (ICs, ICB-3s, ICB-4s, and active ISC-3 links) cannot exceed 64 per server.
    • The unrepeated distance between 2 Gbps ISC-3 links is limited to 10 kilometers (6.2 miles). If greater distances are desired, an RPQ request should be submitted.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied 9 micron single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for ISC-3. This cable may also be used to carry STP traffic. In the event that the target link does not support an LC connector, a 9 SM LC to SC Duplex Conversion Kit may be needed. If 50 micron multimode fiber optic cables are being reused with the ISC-3 feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch (MCPs) cables are required, one for each end of the link. MCP cables are only supported for 1 Gbps links.

(#1021) Server Time Protocol (STP)

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

STP, which provides a similar timing function to ETR, changes the current rule for ETR that requires feature code 6155 (ETR) to be configured when an ISC or ICB feature is ordered.

  • Limitations: STP requires a Next Generation HMC and z/OS V1.7 with PTFs.

Cables for ICB links

(#0226) ICB-2 cable

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Integrated Cluster Bus-2 (ICB-2) cable is a unique 10 meter (33 feet) copper cable to be used with ICB-2 links (#0992) only. Existing 10 meter ICB-2 cables can be reused.

ICB-2 cables will be automatically ordered to match the quantity of ICB-2s (#0992) on order. The quantity of ICB-2 cables can be reduced, but cannot exceed the quantity of ICB-2 functions on order.

Note: When ordering ICB cables, planning for the required number of cables should consider the total number of servers and ICB features to be ordered and/or enabled in calculating the number of cables to to be ordered. As an example, if two servers with four features are being ordered and/or enabled, the total number of cables required is two. Proper planning will prevent over ordering the number of cables.

  • Limitations: While the ICB-2 cable is 10 meters in length, 3 meters (10 feet) is used for internal pathing and strain relief and 7 meters (23 feet) is available for server-to-server connection.

(#0227) ICB-3 cable

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Integrated Cluster Bus-3 (ICB-3) cable is a unique 10 meter (33 feet) copper cable to be used with ICB-3 links (#0993). With the introduction of Server Time Protocol (STP), the ICB-3 feature can be used to transport both Coupling Facility (CF) and STP messages over 1 GigaByte per second (GBps) links in a Parallel Sysplex environment. Existing 10 meter ICB-3 cables can be reused.

ICB-3 cables are automatically ordered to match the quantity of ICB-3 links (#0993) on order. The quantity of ICB-3 cables can be reduced, but cannot exceed the quantity of ICB-3 links on order.

(#0228) ICB-4 cable

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Integrated Cluster Bus-4 (ICB-4) cable is a unique 10 meter (33 feet) copper cable to be used with ICB-4 links (#3393). With the introduction of Server Time Protocol (STP), the ICB-4 feature can be used to transport both Coupling Facility (CF) and STP messages over 2 GigaByte per second (GBps) links in a Parallel Sysplex environment. Existing 10 meter ICB-4 cables can be reused.

ICB-4 cables are automatically ordered to match the quantity of ICB-4 links (#3393) on order. The quantity of ICB-4 cables can be reduced, but cannot exceed the quantity of ICB-4 links on order.

When connecting a non-raised-floor z9 BC to a z890 using ICB-4, an ICB-4 Cable for NRF (#0232) is needed.

Note: When ordering ICB cables, planning for the required number of cables should consider the total number of servers and ICB features to be ordered and enabled in calculating the number of cables to be ordered. As an example, if two servers with four features are being ordered and enabled, the total number of cables required is two. Proper planning will prevent over-ordering the number of cables.

  • Limitations: While the ICB-4 cable is 10 meters in length, 3 meters (10 feet) is used for internal routing and strain relief - 7 meters (23 feet) is available for server-to-server connection.

Attaching the Sysplex Timer to the z990

(#6154) ETR feature

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The External Time Reference (ETR) feature is optional, supports attachment to the Sysplex Timer (R)(9037) at an unrepeated distance of up to three kilometers (1.86 miles) and a link data rate of 8 Megabits per second. The ETR feature utilizes 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cabling terminated with an MTRJ connector. The Sysplex Timer is the centralized time source that sets the Time-Of-Day (TOD) clocks in all attached servers to maintain synchronization. The Sysplex Timer provides the stepping signal that ensures that all TOD clocks in a multiserver environment increment in unison to permit full read/write data sharing with integrity. The Sysplex Timer is a key component of an IBM Parallel Sysplex environment and a Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex(R) (GDPS)(R) e-business availability solution.

The ETR features do not reside in the I/O cage and do not require connectivity to a card in the I/O cage.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One feature. When a quantity of one is ordered, two features are shipped for high availability.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The ETR features have a small form factor optical transceiver that supports an MTRJ connector only. A multimode fiber optic cable with an ESCON Duplex connector is not supported with this feature.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The unrepeated distance between an ETR feature and a Sysplex Timer is limited to 3 kilometers (1.86 miles). If greater distances are desired, an RPQ request should be submitted.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an MTRJ connector is required. Since the Sysplex Timer Model supports use of an ESCON Duplex connector, a 62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit may be needed.

ESCON channels for I/O and storage

(#2323) 16-port ESCON

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Enterprise Systems Connection (ESCON) channel supports the ESCON architecture and provides the capability to directly attach to ESCON-supported Input/Output (I/O) devices (storage, disk, printers, control units) in a switched point-to-point topology at unrepeated distances of up to 3 kilometers (1.86 miles) at a link data rate of 17 MegaBytes (MB) per second. The ESCON channel utilizes 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cabling terminated with an MTRJ connector. The high density ESCON feature has 16 ports or channels, 15 of which can be activated for customer use. One channel is always reserved as a spare, in the event of a failure of one of the other channels.

Feature 2323 is not an orderable feature. The configuration tool will select the quantity of features based upon the order quantity of ESCON channel feature #2324, distributing the channels across features for high availability. After the first pair, ESCON features are installed in increments of one.

  • Minimum: None. Channels are ordered in increments of four. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server - ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 69 features. A maximum of 1024 active channels, no more that 15 active channels per feature.
    • The Model A08 is limited to 48 features, 720 active channels.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: If a 62.5 multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an ESCON Duplex connector is being reused to connect this feature to a downstream device, a 62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit may be needed.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The 16-port ESCON feature has a small form factor optical transceiver that supports an MTRJ connector only. A multimode fiber optic cable with an ESCON Duplex connector is not supported with this feature.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The unrepeated distance between ESCON channels is limited to 3 kilometers (1.86 miles) when using 62.5 micron multimode fiber optic cables. If greater distances are desired, an RPQ request should be submitted.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an MTRJ connector is required. In the event that the target/downstream device does not support an MTRJ connector, a 62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit may be needed.

(#2324) ESCON Channel port

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

ESCON channels are available on a port/channel basis in increments of four. The channel quantity is selected and Licensed Internal Code, Configuration Control (LIC CC) is shipped to activate the desired quantity of channels on the 16-port ESCON feature #2323. Each channel utilizes a Light Emitting Diode (LED) as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with a small form factor, industry standard MTRJ connector.

  • Minimum: None. Channels are ordered in increments of four. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server - ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 69 features. A maximum of 1024 active channels, no more than 15 active channels per feature.
    • The Model A08 is limited to 48 features, 720 active channels.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: If a 62.5 multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an ESCON Duplex connector is being reused to connect this feature to a downstream device, a 62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit may be needed.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The 16-port ESCON feature has a small form factor optical transceiver that supports an MTRJ connector only. A multimode fiber optic cable with an ESCON Duplex connector is not supported with this feature.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The unrepeated distance between ESCON channels is limited to 3 kilometers (1.86 miles) when using 62.5 micron multimode fiber optic cables. If greater distances are desired, an RPQ request should be submitted.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an MTRJ connector is required. In the event that the target/downstream device does not support an MTRJ connector, a 62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit may be needed.

FICON Express2 channels for Storage Area Networks

(#3319) FICON Express2 LX

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The FICON Express2 LX (long wavelength) feature conforms to the Fibre Connection (FICON) architecture and the Fibre Channel (FC) architecture, providing connectivity between any combination of servers, directors, switches, and devices (control units, disk, tape, printers) in a Storage Area Network (SAN). Each of the four independent ports/channels is capable of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) or 2 Gbps depending upon the capability of the attached switch or device. The link speed is auto-negotiated, point-to-point, and is transparent to users and applications. FICON Express2 LX (CHPID type FC or FCP) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

The FICON Express2 LX feature also supports cascading (the connection of two FICON Directors in succession) to minimize the number of cross- site connections and help reduce implementation costs for disaster recovery applications, Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (GDPS), and remote copy.

There are two modes of operation supported by each FICON Express2 LX channel, independently.

  1. Fibre Channel (CHPID type FC) which is native FICON or FICON Channel-To-Channel (CTC) (server-to-server).
  2. Fibre Channel Protocol (CHPID type FCP) which supports attachment to SCSI disks via Fibre Channel switches or directors in Linux and z/VM environments.

The FICON Express2 LX feature supports an LC Duplex connector.

The FICON Express2 feature does not support FICON Bridge (CHPID type FCV).

Each FICON Express2 LX channel supports attachment to a Fibre Channel Director with a Fibre Channel/FICON LX feature, or to a control unit with a Fibre Channel/FICON LX feature. FICON Express LX communicates with any LX feature supporting FICON. LX may also be referred to as LW by vendors.

The FICON Express2 LX feature utilizes a long wavelength (LX) laser as the optical transceiver and supports use of a 9/125 micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector.

  • Minimum: None. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server; ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 60 features (240 channels - 4 channels per feature). The maximum quantity of all FICON Express and FICON Express2 features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server. Can be any combination of FICON Express and FICON Express2 LX and SX features. The Model A08 is limited to 48 features - any combination of FICON Express and FICON Express2 LX and SX features. When FICON Express2 LX becomes available, FICON Express LX is no longer orderable.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: Refer to the Hardware and Software requirements If a 50/125 or 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable is being reused with the FICON Express2 LX feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each cable end. Select the correct cable based upon the type of fiber and the connectors/receptacles in the enterprise.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The FICON Express2 LX feature supports use of an LC Duplex connector. A conversion kit may be required if there are fiber optic cables with SC Duplex connectors. Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a long wavelength (LX) feature. The sending and receiving transceivers must be the same (LX to LX). The transceiver may also be referred to as LW.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations:
    • The total quantity of FICON Express, FICON Express2, OSA-Express, OSA-Express2, PCICA, PCIXCC, and Crypto Express2 cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
    • The unrepeated distance between FICON Express2 LX channels is limited to 10 kilometers (6.2 miles). If greater distances are desired, an RPQ request should be submitted.
    • If reusing existing 50 or 62.5 micron fiber optic cabling with a pair of MCP cables, the unrepeated distance between FICON Express2 channels cannot exceed 550 meters (1804 feet). MCP cables are only supported at 1 Gbps link data rates.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 9/125 micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device. If multimode fiber optic cables are being reused with the FICON Express LX feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables are required, one for each end of the link. MCP cables are for use with one gigabit per second links only (100 MB/sec.).

(#3320) FICON Express2 SX

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The FICON Express2 SX (short wavelength) feature conforms to the Fibre Connection (FICON) architecture and the Fibre Channel (FC) architecture, providing connectivity between any combination of servers, directors, switches, and devices (control units, disk, tape, printers) in a storage area network. Each of the four independent ports/channels is capable of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) or 2 Gbps depending upon the capability of the attached switch or device. The link speed is auto-negotiated, point-to-point, and is transparent to users and applications. FICON Express2 SX (CHPID type FC or FCP) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

The FICON Express2 SX feature also supports cascading (the connection of two FICON Directors in succession) to minimize the number of cross-site connections and help reduce implementation costs for disaster recovery applications, Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (GDPS), and remote copy.

There are two modes of operation supported by each FICON Express2 SX channel, independently.

  1. Fibre Channel (CHPID type FC) which is native FICON or FICON Channel-To-Channel (CTC) (server to server),
  2. Fibre Channel Protocol (CHPID type FCP) which supports attachment to SCSI disks via Fibre Channel switches or directors in Linux and z/VM environments.

The FICON Express2 SX feature supports an LC Duplex connector. Each FICON Express2 SX channel supports attachment to a Fibre Channel Director with a Fibre Channel/FICON SX feature, or to a control unit with a Fibre Channel/FICON SX feature. FICON Express SX communicates with any SX feature supporting FICON. SX may also be referred to as SW by vendors.

The FICON Express2 SX feature utilizes a short wavelength (SX) laser as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 50/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable or a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector.

  • Minimum: None. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server; ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 60 features (240 channels - 4 channels per feature). The maximum quantity of all FICON Express and FICON Express2 features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server. Can be any combination of FICON Express and FICON Express2 LX and SX features. The Model A08 is limited to 48 features - any combination of FICON Express and FICON Express2 LX and SX features. When FICON Express2 SX becomes available, FICON Express SX is no longer orderable.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: Refer to the Hardware and Software requirements
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The FICON Express2 SX feature supports use of an LC Duplex connector. A conversion kit may be required if there are fiber optic cables with SC Duplex connectors. Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a short wavelength (SX) feature. The sending and receiving transceivers must be the same (SX to SX). The transceiver may also be referred to as SW.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations:
    • The total quantity of FICON Express, FICON Express2, OSA-Express, OSA-Express2, PCICA, PCIXCC, and Crypto Express2 cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
    • When supporting a link data rate of 1 Gbps and using 50 micron multimode fiber, the unrepeated distance between FICON SX channels is limited to 500 meters (1640 feet).
    • When supporting a link data rate of 2 Gbps and using 50 micron multimode fiber, the unrepeated distance between FICON SX channels is limited to 300 meters (984 feet).
    • When supporting a link data rate of 1 Gbps and using 62.5 micron multimode fiber, the unrepeated distance between FICON SX channels is limited to 250 meters (820 feet).
    • When supporting a link data rate of 2 Gbps and using 62.5 micron multimode fiber, the unrepeated distance between FICON SX channels is limited to 120 meters (394 feet). If greater distances are desired, an RPQ request should be submitted.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 50/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable, or a 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

FICON channels for Storage Area Networks

(#2319) FICON Express LX

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The FICON Express LX (long wavelength) feature conforms to the Fibre Connection (FICON) architecture and the Fibre Channel (FC) architecture providing connectivity between servers, directors, switches, and devices (control units, disk, tape, printers) that conform to the FICON or Fibre Channel architecture. Each of the two independent ports/channels is capable of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) or 2 Gbps depending upon the capability of the attached device. The link speed is designed to be auto-negotiated, point-to-point, between server and device and transparent to users and applications. FICON Express LX (CHPID type FC or FCP) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

The FICON Express LX feature also supports cascading (the connection of two FICON Directors in succession) to concentrate and help minimize the number of cross-site connections and reduce implementation costs for disaster recovery applications, Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (GDPS), and remote copy.

There are three modes of operation supported by each FICON Express LX channel, independently.

  • FICON Bridge Converted (CHPID type FCV) supporting FICON between the server and the ESCON Director Model 5 with a FICON Bridge feature, facilititating migration to a FICON environment and providing investment protection of installed ESCON devices.
  • Fibre Channel (CHPID type FC) which is native FICON or FICON Channel-To-Channel (server-to-server).
  • Fibre Channel Protocol (CHPID type FCP) which supports attachment to SCSI disks via Directors in Linux environments.

The FICON Express LX feature supports an LC Duplex connector versus the SC Duplex connector used with the prior generations of FICON features.

Each FICON Express LX channel supports attachment to an ESCON Director Model 5 with a FICON LX Bridge feature, to a Fibre Channel Director with a Fibre Channel/FICON LX feature, or to a control unit with a Fibre Channel/FICON LX feature. FICON Express LX communicates with any LX feature supporting FICON.

The FICON Express LX feature utilizes a long wavelength (LX) laser as the optical transceiver and supports use of a 9/125 micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector.

  • Minimum: None. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server - ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 60 features, 120 channels (2 channels per feature). The maximum quantity of all FICON-Express features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features (120 channels) per server. Can be any combination of FICON Express LX and SX features.
    • The Model A08 is limited to 48 features, 96 channels.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: If a 50/125 or 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable is reused with the FICON Express LX feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each cable end. Select the correct cable based upon the type of fiber and the connectors/receptacles in the enterprise.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The FICON Express LX feature supports use of an LC Duplex connector. A conversion kit may be required if there are fiber optic cables with SC Duplex connectors. Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a long wavelength (LX) feature. The sending and receiving transceivers must be the same (LX to LX or SX to SX). There can be any mix of FICON Express LX and SX features as long as the maximum number of features is not exceeded.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

    If multimode fiber optic cables are being reused with the FICON Express LX feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables are required, one for each end of the link. MCP cables are for use with one gigabit per second links only (100 MB/sec.).

(#2320) FICON Express SX

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The FICON Express SX (short wavelength) feature conforms to the Fibre Connection (FICON) architecture and the Fibre Channel (FC) architecture, providing connectivity between servers, directors, switches, and devices (control units, disk, tape, printers) that conform to the FICON or Fibre Channel architecture.

Each of the two independent ports/channels is capable of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) or 2 Gbps depending upon the capability of the attached device. The link speed is designed to be auto-negotiated, point-to- point, between server and device and transparent to users and applications. FICON Express SX (CHPID type FC or FCP) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

The FICON Express SX feature also supports cascading (the connection of two FICON Directors in succession) to concentrate and help minimize the number of cross-site connections and reduce implementation costs for disaster recovery applications, Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (GDPS), and remote copy.

There are two modes of operation supported by each FICON Express SX channel, independently.

  • Fibre Channel (CHPID type FC) which is native FICON or FICON Channel-To-Channel (server to server),
  • Fibre Channel Protocol (CHPID type FCP) which supports attachment to SCSI disks via Directors in Linux environments.

The FICON Express SX feature supports an LC Duplex connector versus the SC Duplex connector used with the prior generations of FICON features.

Each FICON Express SX channel supports attachment to a Fibre Channel Director with a Fibre Channel/FICON SX feature, or to a control unit with a Fibre Channel/FICON SX feature. FICON Express SX communicates with any SX feature supporting FICON.

The FICON Express SX feature utilizes a short wavelength (SX) laser as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 50/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable or a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector.

  • Minimum: None. At least one I/O feature or Coupling Link feature must be present in a server; ESCON/FICON or ICB/ISC.
  • Maximum: 60 features, 120 channels (2 channels per feature). The maximum quantity of all FICON-Express features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features (120 channels) per server. Can be any combination of FICON Express LX and SX features.
    • The Model A08 is limited to 48 features, 96 channels.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The FICON Express SX feature supports use of an LC Duplex connector. A conversion kit may be required if there are fiber optic cables with SC Duplex connectors. Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a short wavelength (SX) feature. The sending and receiving transceivers must be the same (LX to LX or SX to SX). There can be any mix of FICON Express LX and SX features as long as the maximum number of features is not exceeded.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 50/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable, or a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

OSA-Express family of LAN adapters

All of the OSA-Express features support the Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO) architecture, allowing an OSA-Express feature to directly communicate with the server's communications program through the use of data queues in memory. QDIO eliminates the use of channel programs and channel control words (CCWs), reducing host interrupts and accelerating TCP/IP packet transmission.

There are two modes of operation that may be supported by each OSA-Express port, independently:

  • QDIO (CHPID type OSD) supporting Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) only. Use TN3270 or Enterprise Extender for SNA traffic.
  • Non-QDIO (CHPID type OSE) supporting TCP/IP and Systems Network Architecture/Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking/ High Performance Routing (SNA/APPN/HPR).

Note: The OSA-Express GbE features do not support the non-QDIO mode.

Note: Refer to the OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature for an exclusive mode of operation.

OSA-Express2 family of LAN adapters

All of the OSA-Express2 features support the Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO) architecture, allowing an OSA-Express2 feature to directly communicate with the server's communications program through the use of data queues in memory. QDIO eliminates the use of channel programs and channel control words (CCWs), which can reduce host interrupts and accelerating TCP/IP packet transmission.

There is one mode of operation that is supported by an OSA-Express2 GbE or 10 GbE port:

  • QDIO (CHPID type OSD) supporting Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) only. Use TN3270 or Enterprise Extender for SNA traffic.

(#1364) OSA-Express GbE LX

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The OSA-Express GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) LX (long wavelength) feature has two independent ports and represents the third generation of GbE features. The OSA-Express GbE LX feature supports QDIO mode only (CHPID type OSD). Each port supports attachment to a one Gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). OSA-Express GbE LX (CHPID type OSD) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

The feature utilizes a long wavelength (LX) laser as the optical transceiver. The OSA-Express GbE LX feature supports an LC Duplex connector versus the SC Duplex connector used with the prior generations of GbE features and supports use of a 9/125 micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector, and accommodating (at reduced distances) a 50/125-micrometer or 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 24 features, 48 ports (2 ports per feature). The maximum quantity of all OSA-Express features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 24 features (48 ports) per server.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: If a 50/125 or 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable is used with the OSA-Express GbE LX feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each cable end. Select the correct cable based upon the type of fiber and the connectors/receptacles in the enterprise.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a long wavelength (LX) feature.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device. If multimode fiber optic cables are being used, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each end of the link.

(#1365) OSA-Express GbE SX

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The OSA-Express GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) SX (short wavelength) feature has two independent ports and represents the third generation of GbE features. The OSA-Express GbE SX feature supports QDIO mode only (CHPID type OSD). Each port supports attachment to a one Gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). OSA-Express GbE SX (CHPID type OSD) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

The feature utilizes a short wavelength (SX) laser as the optical transceiver. The OSA-Express GbE SX feature supports an LC Duplex connector versus the SC Duplex connector used with the prior generations of GbE features and supports use of a 50/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable or a 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 24 features, 48 ports (2 ports per feature). The maximum quantity of all OSA-Express features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 24 features (48 ports) per server.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a short wavelength (SX) feature.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 50/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable, or a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

(#1366) OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of May 27, 2006)

The OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature has two independent ports. Each port supports attachment to either a 10BASE-T (10 Mbps), 100BASE-TX (100 Mbps), or 1000BASE-T (1000 Mbps/1 Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). The feature supports auto-negotiation and automatically adjusts to 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or 1000 Mbps, depending upon the LAN. When the OSA-Express feature is set to auto-negotiate, the target device must also be set to auto-negotiate. The feature supports the following settings: 10 Mbps half-or full-duplex, 100 Mbps half-or full duplex, 1000 Mbps/1 Gbps full-duplex. OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet (CHPID types OSC, OSD, OSE) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

When configured at 1 Gbps (1000 Mbps), the 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature can operate in:

  • QDIO mode supporting TCP/IP traffic only
  • Non-QDIO mode supporting SNA and TCP/IP traffic
  • Operates in full duplex mode only
  • Supports jumbo frames when in QDIO mode

In addition to the two modes of operation discussed at the beginning of this section (QDIO mode - CHPID type OSD, and non-QDIO mode - CHPID type OSE), the 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature supports an addtional mode:

  • OSA-Express Integrated Console Controller (CHPID type OSC) supporting TN3270E and non-SNA DFT 3270 emulation; 3270 emulation for console session connections is integrated in the z890. This is supported at any of the feature settings (10, 100, 1000 Mbps -- half-or full-duplex).

The OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature conforms to the IEEE 802.3 (ISO/IEC 8802-3) standard and the DIX V2 specifications.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 24 features, 48 ports (2 ports per feature). The maximum quantity of all OSA-Express features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 24 features (48 ports) per server.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. The OSA-Express 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature supports use of an EIA/TIA Category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable terminated with an 8-pin RJ-45 connector with a maximum length of 100 meters (328 feet).

(#2367) OSA-Express Token Ring

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The OSA-Express Token Ring feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to either a 4 Mbps, 16 Mbps, or 100 Mbps Token Ring Local Area Network (LAN). OSA-Express Token Ring (CHPID types OSD, OSE) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSS's.

The OSA-Express Token Ring feature supports autosensing as well as any of the following settings: 4 Mbps half-or full-duplex, 16 Mbps half-or full-duplex, 100 Mbps full-duplex. Regardless of the choice made, the network switch settings must agree with those of the OSA-Express Token Ring feature. If the LAN speed defaults to autosense, the OSA-Express Token Ring feature will sense the speed of the attached switch and insert into the LAN at the appropriate speed. If the Token Ring feature is the first station on the LAN and the user specifies autosense, it will default to a speed of 16 Mbps and will attempt to open in full-duplex mode. If unsuccessful, it will default to half-duplex mode. The OSA-Express Token Ring feature conforms to the IEEE 802.5 (ISO/IEC 8802-5) standard.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 24 features, 48 ports (2 ports per feature). The maximum quantity of all OSA-Express features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 24 features (48 ports) per server.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, PCICA, and PCIXCC cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. The OSA-Express Token Ring feature supports use of an EIA/TIA Category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable that does not exceed 100 meters (328 feet) in length and is terminated with an 8-pin RJ-45 connector, or a Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cable with DB-9 D Shell connector.

(#3364) OSA-Express2 Gigabit Ethernet LX

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The OSA-Express2 Gigabit Ethernet LX (long wavelength) feature has two independent ports, supports QDIO mode only (CHPID type OSD), and is designed to deliver line speed - 1 Gbps in each direction. Each port supports attachment to a one Gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). OSA-Express2 GbE LX (CHPID type OSD) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

The feature utilizes a long wavelength (LX) laser as the optical transceiver. The OSA-Express2 GbE LX feature supports an LC Duplex connector versus the SC Duplex connector used with the prior generations of GbE features and supports use of a 9/125 micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector, and accommodating (at reduced distances) a 50/125-micrometer or 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 24 features. The maximum quantity of all OSA-Express and OSA-Express2 features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 24 features per server. When OSA-Express2 LX becomes available, OSA-Express LX is no longer orderable.
  • Prerequisites: October 2004 level of Licensed Internal Code.
  • Corequisites: If a 50/125 or 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable is being reused with the OSA-Express2 GbE LX feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each cable end. Select the correct cable based upon the type of fiber and the connectors/receptacles in the enterprise.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The OSA-Express2 GbE LX feature supports use of an LC Duplex connector. A conversion kit may be required if there are fiber optic cables with SC Duplex connectors. Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a long wavelength (LX) feature. The sending and receiving transceivers must be the same (LX to LX or SX to SX).
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, OSA-Express2, PCICA, PCIXCC, and Crypto Express2 cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 9/125 micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device. If multimode fiber optic cables are being reused, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each end of the link.

(#3365) OSA-Express GbE SX

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The OSA-Express GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) SX (short wavelength) feature has two independent ports, supports QDIO mode only (CHPID type OSD), and is designed to deliver line speed - 1 Gbps in each direction. Each port supports attachment to a one Gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). OSA-Express GbE SX (CHPID type OSD) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

The feature utilizes a short wavelength (SX) laser as the optical transceiver. The OSA-Express GbE SX feature supports an LC Duplex connector versus the SC Duplex connector used with the prior generations of GbE features and supports use of a 50/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable or a 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 24 features. The maximum quantity of all OSA-Express and OSA-Express2 features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 24 features per server. When OSA-Express2 SX becomes available, OSA-Express SX is no longer orderable.
  • Prerequisites: October 2004 level of Licensed Internal Code.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The OSA-Express GbE SX feature supports use of an LC Duplex connector. A conversion kit may be required if there are fiber optic cables with SC Duplex connectors. Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a long wavelength (SX) feature. The sending and receiving transceivers must be the same (LX to LX or SX to SX).
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, OSA-Express2, PCICA, PCIXCC, and Crypto Express2 cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 50/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable, or a 62.5/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

(#3366) OSA-Express2 1000BASE-T Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The OSA-Express2 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature has two independent ports. Each port supports attachment to either a 10BASE-T (10 Mbps), 100BASE-TX (100 Mbps), or 1000BASE-T (1000 Mbps or 1 Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). The feature supports auto-negotiation and automatically adjusts to 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps, depending upon the LAN. When the feature is set to autonegotiate, the target device must also be set to autonegotiate. The feature supports the following settings: 10 Mbps half or full duplex, 100 Mbps half or full duplex, 1000 Mbps (1 Gbps) full duplex. OSA-Express2 1000BASE-T Ethernet supports CHPID types OSC, OSD, and OSE. It can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

When configured at 1 Gbps, the 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature operates in full duplex mode only and supports jumbo frames when in QDIO mode (CHPID type OSD).

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 24 features. The maximum quantity of all OSA-Express2 and OSA-Express features cannot exceed 24 features per server.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: When the OSA-Express2 feature is set to autonegotiate, the target device must also be set to autonegotiate. Both ends must match (autonegotiate on or off).
  • Customer Set-up: No.
  • Limitations: None known.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. The OSA-Express2 1000BASE-T Ethernet feature supports use of an EIA/TIA Category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable terminated with an RJ-45 connector with a maximum length of 100 meters (328 feet).

(#3368) OSA-Express2 10 Gigabit Ethernet LR

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The OSA-Express2 10 Gigabit Ethernet LR (long reach) feature has one port and is a new introduction to the OSA-Express family of LAN adapters. The OSA-Express2 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) LR feature supports QDIO mode only (CHPID type OSD). Each port supports attachment to a 10 Gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) or Ethernet switch capable of 10 Gbps. OSA-Express2 10 GbE LR (CHPID type OSD) can be defined as a spanned channel and can be shared among LPARs within and across LCSSs.

The feature utilizes a long reach (LR) laser as the optical transceiver. The OSA-Express2 10 GbE LR feature supports use of a 9/125 micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector. It does not support use of multimode fiber at reduced distances using Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: 24 features. The maximum quantity of all OSA-Express and OSA-Express2 features cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 24 features per server.
  • Prerequisites: October 2004 level of Licensed Internal Code.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The OSA-Express2 10 GbE LR feature supports use of an SC Duplex connector. A conversion kit may be required if there are fiber optic cables with LC Duplex connectors. Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a long reach (LR) feature. The sending and receiving transceivers must be the same (LR to LR which may also be referred to as LW or LX).
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: The total quantity of FICON Express, OSA-Express, OSA-Express2, PCICA, PCIXCC, and Crypto Express2 cannot exceed 20 features per I/O cage and 60 features per server.
  • Field Installable: Yes.
  • Cable Order: A customer-supplied cable is required. A 9/125 micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

Fiber Quick Connect for ESCON "Quick Connect"

(#7937, #7938, #7941, #7943, #7944) Fiber Quick Connect

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Fiber Quick Connect (FQC) features are optional features for factory installation of the IBM Fiber Transport System (FTS) fiber harnesses for connection to ESCON channels in the I/O cage. Fiber Quick Connect is only available on new servers and on initial upgrades to z990. Each direct-attach fiber harness connects to six ESCON channels at one end and one coupler in a Multi-Terminated Push-On Connector (MTP) coupler bracket at the opposite end. When ordered, the features support all of the installed ESCON features in all of the installed I/O cages. FQC cannot be ordered on a partial or one cage basis.

These descriptions are for information purposes only. They are not orderable. The configuration tool selects the appropriate features and quantities based upon the server configuration, when FQC is requested in the configuration tool.

Note: FQC supports all of the ESCON channels in the I/O cage. FQC cannot be ordered for selected channels.

(#7937) MTRJ 6 ft Harnesses (5)

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

This is not an orderable feature. This description is for information purposes only. This harness is six feet (1.8 meters) in length. A quantity of 5 harnesses supporting 30 channels are supplied with this feature. This direct-attach harness supports 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic trunk cables. The fiber harness is for use in the I/O cage and supports the 16-port ESCON feature with the optical transceiver supporting the industry standard small form factor MTRJ connector.

The fiber harness has six MTRJ connectors on one end to attach to six ESCON ports. The opposite end has one MTP connector for plugging into the MTP Coupler Bracket. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the required number of harnesses based upon the ESCON card quantity.

  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Field Installable: No.

(#7938) MTRJ 8.5 ft Harnesses (5)

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

This is not an orderable feature. This description is for information purposes only. This harness is 8.5 feet (2.6 meters) in length. A quantity of 5 harnesses supporting 30 channels are supplied with this feature. This direct-attach harness supports 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic trunk cables. The fiber harness is for use in the I/O cage and supports the 16-port ESCON feature with the optical transceiver supporting the industry standard small form factor MTRJ connector.

The fiber harness has six MTRJ connectors on one end to attach to six ESCON ports. The opposite end has one MTP connector for plugging into the MTP Coupler Bracket. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the required number of harnesses based upon the ESCON card quantity.

  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Field Installable: No.

(#7941) MTRJ 5 ft Harnesses (5)

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

This is not an orderable feature. This description is for information purposes only. This harness is five feet (1.5 meters) in length. A quantity of 5 harnesses supporting 30 channels are supplied with this feature. This direct-attach harness supports 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic trunk cables. The fiber harness is for use in the I/O cage and supports the 16-port ESCON feature with the optical transceiver supporting the industry standard small form factor MTRJ connector.

The fiber harness has six MTRJ connectors on one end to attach to six ESCON ports. The opposite end has one MTP connector for plugging into the MTP Coupler Bracket. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the required number of harnesses based upon the ESCON card quantity.

  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Field Installable: No.

(#7943) MTP Mounting Bracket

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The MTP Mounting Bracket and bracket clamp is not an orderable feature. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the required number of brackets based upon the ESCON card quantity.

(#7944) MTP Additional Brackets

This is not an orderable feature. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the required number of brackets based upon the ESCON card quantity. Each bracket has positions for 10 MTP connectors to be plugged, each MTP supporting 12 fiber pairs (six ESCON channels), for a total of 120 fiber pairs (60 ESCON channels) for each MTP mounting bracket.

Customer Initiated Capacity

(#7800) CBU

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

This Capacity BackUp Upgrade (CBU) feature, along with a valid contract, can be ordered on all models that have uncharacterized Processor Units (PUs) and/or unassigned Central Processors (CPs) as well as unassigned Integrated Facilities for Linux (IFLs).

Feature #7800 identifies how many CPs are in the Capacity BackUp to IBM's vital product database for the customer system. CBU is enabled for the system.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: Total quantity of uncharacterized PUs, unassigned CPs, and unassigned IFLs.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: This feature cannot coexist with On/OFF CoD Active CP feature #9897.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#9896) On/Off CoD Enablement

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

IBM eServer On/Off Capacity on Demand (On/Off CoD) provides temporary capacity on the server when short-term additional capacity is needed. This feature notifies CIU that the contracts are signed and this server is enabled for On/Off CoD.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: Customer Initiated Upgrade feature #9898.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#9897) On/Off CoD Active CP

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

Following the enablement of temporary capacity via FC 9896, with the ordering of this feature you can concurrently install temporary capacity by activating uncharacterized PUs, unassigned Central Processors (CPs), and unassigned Integrated Facilities for Linux (IFLs) as Central Processors (CPs).

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: The current number of active CPs up to the total quantity of uncharacterized PUs, unassigned CPs, and unassigned IFLs.
  • Prerequisites: On/Off CoD feature #9896.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: This feature cannot coexist with Capacity Backup Upgrade feature #7800.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#9898) CIU Enablement

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

Customer Initiated Upgrade (CIU) Enablement reflects that CIU is enabled on the system. This is a no charge record flag.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#9899) CIU Active

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

Customer Initiated Upgrade (CIU) Active is a field installable feature to flag that this upgrade is being made using CIU.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: CIU Enabled feature #9898.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#9904) SCSI IPL Feature Enabler

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) Initial Program Load (IPL) is a no-charge enablement feature which is designed to allow the IPL of an operating system from a SCSI-type disk attached to a FICON feature configured as Fibre Channel Protocol, CHPID type FCP. Without this feature the SCSI IPL function, while present in the operating system, remains inactive.

This feature is also required for FCP point-to-point attachments, offered on z9-109, z990, and z890.

  • Minimum: None.
  • Maximum: One.
  • Prerequisites: For z990 (2084), z890 (2086), or z9-109 (2094): FICON Express LX (#2319), FICON Express SX (#2320), FICON Express2 LX (#3319), or FICON Express2 SX (#3320).
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Set-up: No.
  • Limitations: None.
  • Field Installable: Yes.

Hardware Management Console and Support Element

(#0075) HMC

(No Longer Available as of January 28, 2005)

The Hardware Management Console (HMC) is used to control and monitor multiple systems, local or remote, via a LAN. It provides a single point of control and single system image within the Parallel Sysplex. The HMC hardware is a desktop computer.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: Four.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#3062) Support Element with Token Ring and Ethernet

(No longer available as of December 31, 2007)

The Support Element provides support for the z990 performing functions such as diagnostics, test, and system bring up. The SE is connected to the HMC via either a Token Ring and/or Ethernet LAN. This is only offered as part of the initial order.

  • Minimum number of features: Two or None when a FC 3063 is ordered.
  • Maximum number of features: Two.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: By default, a Multi-Station Access Unit (MAU) is shipped with this feature.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#3063) Support Element with Dual Ethernet

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Service Element provides support for the z990 performing functions such as diagnostics, test, and system bring up. The SE has two Ethernet cards to connect to the HMC via an Ethernet LAN. This is offered as part of the initial order and/or as an MES.

  • Minimum number of features: Two or None when a FC 3062 is ordered.
  • Maximum number of features: Two.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: By default, an Ethernet Hub is shipped with this feature.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

Miscellaneous Options

(#1750) LICC ship via Net Indicator

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

This indicator flag is added to orders that are Licensed Internal Code (LIC) only and delivered by Web tools such as CIU. There are no parts. The flag is generated by the system and not orderable.

(#3210) Internal Battery Feature-360 (IBF-360)

The IBF-360 is the internal battery backup feature offered on z990. When selected, the actual number of IBFs will be determined based on the power requirements and model. The batteries are installed in pairs.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: Three (Installed in Pairs).
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#6093) Power Sequence Controller (PSC)

(No Longer Available as of May 27, 2006)

The Power Sequence Controller provides the ability to turn on/off specific control units from the Central Electronic Complex. The PSC feature consists of two PSC24V cards with PSC cables that are mounted near the I/O cages within the server.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: Three.
  • Prerequisites: One I/O cage per FC 6093.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#6094) 17" Flat panel display

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The new business black 17" flat panel display offers the benefits of a flat-panel monitor including improved use of space and reduced energy consumption compared to CRT monitors.

  • Minimum: none.
  • Maximum: ten features.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversion become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#6095) 20" Flat panel display

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The new business black 20" flat panel display offers the benefits of a flat-panel monitor including improved use of space and reduced energy consumption compared to CRT monitors.

  • Minimum: none.
  • Maximum: ten features.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None known.
  • Customer Setup: No.
  • Limitations: None
  • Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of feature conversion become the property of IBM.
  • Cable Order: None.

(#7995) Bolt-Down Kit, High-Raised Floor

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

This feature provides frame ruggedizing and bolt-down hardware for securing frame to a concrete floor beneath a 12 inch to 22 inch (304.8mm to 558.8mm) raised floor. The z9 EC requires two bolt-down kits, one for the A-frame and one for the Z-frame. The frame tie downs are intended for securing a System z frame weighing less than 3600 lbs (1633 kg) per frame.

(#7996) Bolt-Down Kit, Low-Raised Floor

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

This feature provides frame ruggedizing and bolt-down hardware for securing frame to a concrete floor beneath a 9 inch to 13 inch (228.6mm to 330.2mm) raised floor. The z9 EC requires two bolt-down kits, one for the A-frame and one for the Z-frame. The frame tie downs are intended for securing a System z frame weighing less than 3600 lbs (1633 kg) per frame.

(#9975) Height Reduction for 2084 (z990)

If you have doorways with openings less than 1941 mm (76.4 inches) high, you should order Feature Code 9975. This feature provides instructions for removal of the tops of the frames to accommodate doorway openings as low as 1832 mm (72.1 inches). Shipping specifications are not altered with this feature since the removal of the top frame is done on site. Integrated Batteries are shipped separately if you order FC 9975, and are installed after the top of the frames are replaced. The Height Reduction for 2084 provides the tools and instructions to reduce the height of a 2084.

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#9976) Height Reduction for 2064 (z900)

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Height Reduction for 2064 provides the tools and instructions to reduce the height of a 2064 when returned to IBM on an upgrade from z900 to z990 (2084).

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None.

(#9976) Width Reduction for 2064 (z900)

(No Longer Available as of June 30, 2008)

The Width Reduction for 2064 provides the tools and instructions to reduce the width of a 2064 when returned on a upgrade from a z900 to a z990 (2084).

  • Minimum number of features: None.
  • Maximum number of features: One.
  • Prerequisites: None.
  • Corequisites: None.
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None

Feature exchanges

None.
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Accessories

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Customer replacement parts

None.
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Machine elements

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Supplies

None.

Supplemental media

None.

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