IBM United States
Hardware Announcement 102-052
February 19, 2002
IBM Introduces Nine New Models of the IBM z800 Family of Servers
(Corrected on November 7, 2002)
In the Prices section, the names of features 0876 and 0879 were corrected.
(Corrected on April 19, 2002)
The names of features 0088 and 0089 were modified.
(Corrected on March 26, 2002)
For feature 0800, the plant/field install indicator was changed.
(Corrected on February 26, 2002)
Three features were added to the Prices section.
(Corrected on February 22, 2002)
Some model numbers were corrected in the performance comparison
At a Glance
The IBM zSeries 800 family is an attractively priced solution for those requiring zSeries functionality with total capacity less than that currently offered by the z900. It offers:
For ordering, contact:
Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: YE001).
The newest additions to the IBM z800 family of servers consist of eight general-purpose models and a Coupling Facility only model.
The z800 family uses key functional characteristics of IBM z900 in a package that delivers excellent price/performance for those requiring zSeries functionality with total capacity less than that currently offered by the z900. The z800 is intended to provide a transition into the new world of e-business servers exploiting z/Architecture, and is intended to take full advantage of the IBM Framework for e-business. These new models of the z800 family, along with the IBM zSeries Offering for Linux announced on January 29, 2002, which uses the z800 0LF model as its foundation, and the new z/OS.e operating system software being announced today, are intended to satisfy mission-critical enterprise server requirements for e-business transaction processing and data management with the same qualities of service as the IBM z900 while helping customers to exploit the fast-growing world of e-business and new workload data management applications on the IBM z800. These new models of the z800 family, when used in concert with the IBM Framework for e-business, are designed to help you build the innovative infrastructure required for the transition into the new world of e-business.
A new optional offering introduced January 29, 2002, IBM Network Integration and Deployment Services for zSeries Fiber Cabling, is also available on z800 servers. The zSeries Fiber Cabling Service is intended to provide personalized, scalable, flexible cabling options for the z800 to support your current system environment, with the future in mind.
Refer to the Description section.
Planned Availability Date
March 29, 2002
MES Planned Availability Dates are as follows:
The IBM z800 is a zSeries branded system that is intended to provide:
The z800 introduces zSeries 64-bit capability to customers requiring zSeries functionality with total capacity less than that currently offered by the IBM z900.
The z800 offers:
Performance for Your e-business Advantage
The IBM z800 brings 64-bit architecture capability and key functional characteristics of the IBM z900 to customers requiring zSeries functionality with total capacity less than z900.
The IBM z/800 combined with z/OS.e is intended to bring increased flexibility, choice, and capacity to you for adding new workloads and for running a mix of new and traditional work. A few examples of the potential capacity increases available to you are:
64-bit architecture, compared with the architecture available on many of the systems currently in use in this performance range, should offer improvements beyond those stated below for the processor comparisons. Not all comparisons are listed here. For more detailed information, including Large System Performance Reference (LSPR) information, contact your IBM representative.
When comparing the z800 family to many of the currently used systems in the same performance category, the following performance improvements may be possible:
Performance Processor Comparison Estimates with OS/390® Version 2 Release 10: Compared to some of the 9672 Generation 4 servers, the z800 server is expected to offer the following performance advantage:
2066-0A1 1.1 -- 1.4 times 9672-R15 2066-0B1 1.6 -- 2.0 times 9672-R15 2066-0C1 1.7 -- 2.4 times 9672-R15 2066-0A2 1.9 -- 2.4 times 9672-R25 2066-0A2 1.3 -- 1.7 times 9672-R35
Relative to the following 9672 G5 models, the expected performance of the selected z800 server models is:
2066-0A1 0.9 -- 1.0 times 9672-RA6 2066-0B1 1.2 -- 1.4 times 9672-RA6 2066-0C1 1.1 -- 1.3 times 9672-R16 2066-001 1.4 -- 1.7 times 9672-T16 2066-0A2 1.0 -- 1.3 times 9672-R26 2066-002 0.9 -- 1.2 times 9672-R36 2066-003 1.0 -- 1.3 times 9672-R46 2066-004 1.1 -- 1.3 times 9672-R56
Relative to the following MP3000 servers, the expected performance ratios to selected z800 server models is:
2066-0A1 1.2 -- 1.5 times 7060-H30 2066-0B1 0.9 -- 1.1 times 7060-H50 2066-0A2 1.1 -- 1.3 times 7060-H70
The above performance estimates are Internal Throughput Rate Ratios (ITRR) based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment and are subject to change without notice. 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. Such performance estimates are provided "AS IS" and no warranties or guarantees are expressed or implied by IBM. Software licenses that are based on machine performance will be billed based on these estimates until such time that IBM determines and publishes final performance measurements, at which time appropriate billing adjustments may be made as determined by IBM.
Technical Description/High-Level Design
The z800 is a stand-alone single-frame package, designed such that all of the system configurations fit into one frame. The z800 frame holds the following subsystems:
Processor Subsystem: The Processor Subsystem for the z800 is provided on one unique building block, the Basic Processor Unit (BPU) card, which is similar to the processor card in the Multiprise 3000. The processor MCM carries five Processor Unit chips, memory, and optional Cryptographic Co-processors.
The system provides hot plug and concurrent upgrade/repair capabilities for these attachments, just as in the z900. FICON Express hardware provides native FICON or FICON Bridge support.
Power Packaging and Cooling (PPC) Subsystem: The PPC Subsystem provides the mechanical, power, and cooling support for the z800 system as a dense, cost-efficient, self-contained package for entry offerings.
Service Element (SE) Subsystem:
The SE Subsystem is based on IBM's standard SE design of the z900
server family, also packaged on a ThinkPad® inside the frame. Just
like the z900, two SEs are standard on the z800 and the z800 system
requires a connection to a Hardware Management Console. The code package
includes a Repair & Verify package with online guided repair procedures.
Functions and Features: The IBM zSeries 800
The following table describes the content of the eight z800 general-purpose models including, by model, the number of:
Each model has a mandatory quantity of CPs, SAPs, and spare PUs assigned. Any remaining PUs may be assigned to optional functions such as optional ICFs, IFLs, CUoD, or CBU.
Processor Unit Usage
CBU/ Maximum CUoD Spares ICF/ Engines if NO Model CPU PUs IFL SAPs Avail CBU/CUoD Mod 0A1 1 5 0 1 0-2 3 Mod 0A1 1 5 1 1 0-1 2 Mod 0A1 1 5 2 1 0 1 Mod 0B1 1 5 0 1 0-2 3 Mod 0B1 1 5 1 1 0-1 2 Mod 0B1 1 5 2 1 0 1 Mod 0C1 1 5 0 1 0-2 3 Mod 0C1 1 5 1 1 0-1 2 Mod 0C1 1 5 2 1 0 1 Mod 001 1 5 0 1 0-2 3 Mod 001 1 5 1 1 0-1 2 Mod 001 1 5 2 1 0 1 Mod 0A2 2 5 0 1 0-1 2 Mod 0A2 2 5 1 1 0 1 Mod 0A2 2 5 2 1 0 0 Mod 002 2 5 0 1 0-1 2 Mod 002 2 5 1 1 0 1 Mod 002 2 5 2 1 0 0 Mod 003 3 5 0 1 0-1 1 Mod 003 3 5 1 1 0 0 Mod 004 4 5 0 1 0 0
The z800 0CF has a mandatory number of SAPs and Spare PUs assigned, as illustrated in the table below. Any remaining PUs may be assigned to optional functions such as optional spares, CBU, or CUoD.
Processor Unit Usage Chart for z800 0CF
Model/Feature Number Number of Engines PUs SAPs Spares 0CF/3601 1 5 1 3 0CF/3602 2 5 1 2 0CF/3603 3 5 1 1 0CF/3604 4 5 1 0
ESAME 64-bit Architecture: ESAME is a 64-bit architecture mode that is a superset of ESA/390. The ESAME architecture was first exploited in the z900 and is now available to customers requiring zSeries functionality with total capacity less than that currently offered by the z900.
The 64-bit I/O architecture offers an Indirect Address List, which allows
all programs to designate data addresses for I/O. Use of 64-bit operands
and general registers for all I/O instructions is added. Gigabit
Ethernet architecture is expanded to allow 64-bit Queued I/O queuing
structures, in addition to the 64-bit Indirect Addressing List for data
addresses for I/O. IEEE Floating Point architecture adds 12 new
instructions for 64-bit integer conversion. The Coupling architecture
allows CFCC to drive the ISC3 and ICB3 channels and allows full CFCC
64-bit addressing. 64-bit addressing CFCC can be loaded into VM guest
storage. The 64-bit SIE architecture allows an ESAME host to have an
ESA/390 or ESAME guest. Zone Relocation is expanded to 64-bit for LPAR
and z/VM. Use of 64-bit operands and general registers for all Crypto
Coprocessor instructions and PCI Crypto instructions is added.
Hardware Offering Assumptions
Multi Chip Module (MCM): The MCM Part Number is fully populated with five Processor Units. Model granularity is delivered via Licensed Internal Code Control Code (LICCC). The largest model (4+1) does not include a spare PU, similar to G5 and G6 offerings but different than the z900.
Memory: Minimum physical memory is 8 GB with additional offerings of 16 GB, 24 GB, and 32 GB in 8 GB increments. The z800 also contains one keystore DIMM, which will support all memory configurations. Each DIMM pair is a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU).
Cryptography (Crypto): The Crypto coprocessor hardware is optional on the z800. Two Crypto chips (packaged as SCMs) can be plugged onto the processor card. The Crypto SCMs are FRUs which can be plugged in the field. The PCI-Crypto cards, PCI-CC and PCI-CA, are available on all eight general-purpose models. PCI-CA only is available on the Linux only model (0LF). The Crypto coprocessor is a prerequisite for the PCI-CC and PCI-CA.
Balanced utilization of all hardware cryptographic engines is the key to the performance achievements of zSeries servers. z/OS transparently routes requests for cryptographic services to an appropriate, available engine and in the case of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) transactions, cryptographic requests are load-balanced across all available engines, taking maximum advantage of zSeries scalability.
z800 cryptographic functions are intended to include the full range of cryptographic operations used for e-business, e-commerce, and financial institution applications.
Configuration Capabilities: The Channel Subsystem provides six 1 gigabyte/second STI links for I/O and Coupling Facility connectivity. Of these six I/O domains, four can have their Gigabyte STI links be multiplexed to four 333 megabyte/second I/O slots. These 16 I/O slots are intended to provide ample I/O connectivity capabilities. Each of these slots can drive one of the new I/O features common with the z/900 (15-ESCON, FICON Express, OSA-E channels, and so on) such that 240 ESCON channels can be provided. The remaining two I/O domains can be used to drive ICB Peer CF links (CBP), IC links (ICP), and other devices that require CHPID numbers.
In e-business, two of the most stringent demands for survival are continuous availability and near-transparent disaster recovery (D/R). Systems that deliver continuous availability combine the characteristics of high availability and continuous operations to deliver high levels of service (24x7x52). To attain the highest levels of continuous availability and near-transparent D/R, the solution should be based on geographical clusters and data mirroring. These technologies are the backbone of the GDPS solution.
Since IBM Parallel Sysplex® clustering technology enables resource sharing and dynamic workload balancing, enterprises are now able to dynamically manage workloads across multiple sites to achieve high levels of availability. GDPS complements a multisite Parallel Sysplex implementation, and is intended to provide a single, automated solution to dynamically manage storage subsystem mirroring (disk and tape), processors, and network resources to allow a business to attain continuous availability and near-transparent business continuity (disaster recovery) without data loss. GDPS is intended to minimize and potentially eliminate the impact of any failure, including disasters or a planned outage. It is intended to provide the ability to perform a controlled site switch for both planned and unplanned site outages, with no data loss, maintaining full data integrity across multiple volumes and storage subsystems and the ability to perform a normal Data Base Management System (DBMS) restart not DBMS recovery at the opposite site. GDPS is application independent (covers your complete application environment) and supports both the synchronous (PPRC) as well as the asynchronous (XRC) forms of remote copy.
GDPS is intended to provide the following functions:
For a more detailed description of GDPS, refer to the white paper available at:
Coupling Considerations: The z800 system includes the technology intended to support Parallel Sysplex environments. If z800 systems are coupled with other z800 or z900 systems in a Parallel Sysplex cluster, it is recommended that Peer Mode ISC or ICB (CFP, CBP) links be configured for the coupling links.
Coupling connections to non-z/Architecture systems such as G5 and G6 servers can be provided via the ISC-3 (CFP) links configured as Compatibility Mode (CFS, CFR) links, if necessary. There will be no ICB Compatibility Mode links offered.
The z800 also supports the Internal Coupling links (ICP) for connectivity to Coupling Facilities within the same server.
The required external time reference (ETR) for Parallel Sysplex is provided via an ETR connection to a Sysplex Timer® via an OSC/ETR card (which contains one port per card). This connection is included in the optional zSeries Fiber Cabling Service.
The 0CF Coupling Facility models of the z800 are intended to initially support the Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC) level 12, which includes 64-bit addressing, thus eliminating the 2 GB control store limit.
Clustering Architecture The Intelligent Resource Director: Several architecture features are provided that enable the z/OS Workload Manager (WLM) to interact with the I/O Supervisor and with the channel subsystem which is intended to provide more efficient use of the system's resources. These new facilities allow the central processors, channels, and associated DASD I/O resources to be managed by z/OS WLM on a policy basis for the LPARs within the cluster. They are intended to provide z/OS WLM with the ability to dynamically interact with PR/SM in order to control the use of CPU and channel path resources within the Intelligent Resource Director. Additionally, they allow z/OS WLM to prioritize the execution of queued I/O operations at the channel subsystem.
LPAR CPU Management: This architecture facility is intended to provide z/OS WLM with the ability to dynamically alter the logical partition (LP) weights for each of the logical partitions within the LPAR cluster, thereby influencing PR/SM to help each logical partition receive the percentage of shared CPU resources necessary to meet its workload goals.
Dynamic Channel Path Management (DCM): These interfaces allow z/OS WLM to dynamically reconfigure channel path resources within the cluster and are intended to help ensure that a business-critical application's I/O processing requirements, necessary to meet its workload goals, are not being delayed due to the unavailability or overutilization of channel path resources.
Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing: This facility provides z/OS's WLM with the ability to prioritize and thereby influence the channel subsystem's execution of queued I/O requests. The benefit is intended to ensure that the most important I/O across all LPARs will be handled before less important I/O requests that are waiting to use some channel.
Performance: The performance design of the z/Architecture helps to enable the entire server to support a new standard of performance for all applications by expanding upon the balanced system approach. As CMOS technology has been enhanced to support additional processing power and more engines, the IBM z800 was designed to support the increase in processing power. The I/O subsystem supports greater bandwidth through the use of FICON Express and associated DASD, thus providing for larger and quicker data movement into the server. Support of larger amounts of data within the server required improved management of storage configurations made available through combination of the software operating system and hardware support of 64-bit for real and virtual storage. New coupling links in the architecture allow customers to continue to exploit the advantage of the leading clustering solution in the industry, Parallel Sysplex. The combined balanced system effect allows for dramatic increases in performance across a broad spectrum of applications.
Subchannel Constraint Relief: As users see their I/O configurations grow, and in order to meet the high storage and high availability demands of their workloads, they must define more and more devices and subchannels to their system. Moreover, users that exploit the Parallel Access Volumes (PAV) or Peer-to-Peer Remote Copy features, including the PPRC Dynamic Address Switching (P/DAS) capability, of the IBM Enterprise Storage Server may require additional subchannel growth for improved performance and continuous availability.
The z800 supports 512K HSA subchannels, the maximum for all logical partitions (LPs) and up to 63K in basic mode and for each logical partition (LP) in LPAR mode.
Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CUoD): Improving on IBM's G6 CUoD capability, the z800 offers more flexible concurrent upgrades. If an installation projects that their present capacity would be satisfied by a small z800 model, but envisions growth to a larger model, CUoD allows concurrent upgrade capability. By planning ahead, your installation can react quickly to increased capacity demands.
While model upgrades to the processor itself are concurrent, your software may not be able to take advantage of the increased capacity without performing an Initial Program Load (IPL).
Network Connectivity OSA-Express Features: The Open Systems Adapter-Express (OSA-Express) features in combination with the z800 continue to offer you an open platform delivering integrated, direct connectivity to the Local Area Network (LAN) and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network, intended to reduce overhead and latency and to continue to reduce the total cost of computing across your enterprise.
The dual-port OSA-Express features support the Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, ATM, and Token Ring environments and are all capable of achieving line speed. Results will vary depending upon customer environment and applications.
All of the OSA-Express features can be configured to utilize Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO), a highly efficient data transfer architecture that breaks many of the barriers associated with the Channel Control Word (CCW) architecture. QDIO supports TCP/IP environments only.
The OSA-Express Fast Ethernet, ATM, and Token Ring features can also be configured to support non-QDIO environments, either TCP/IP passthru (LCS LAN Channel Station) or Systems Network Architecture/Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking®/High Performance Routing (SNA/APPN®/HPR) environments.
The software requirements for the OSA-Express features are dependent upon the operating mode and media type. Refer to the Software Requirements section of this announcement, or to the Open Systems Adapter-Express Customer's Guide and Reference (SA22-7476).
HiperSockets: The HiperSockets function provides "Network in the Box" functionality that allows high-speed any-to-any connectivity among OS images within a zSeries server without requiring any physical cabling. This "Network in the Box" concept minimizes network latency and is intended to maximize bandwidth capabilities between z/VM, Linux, and z/OS images (or among combinations of these) to enable optimized e-business and ERP solutions within a single server. Up to four separate "Cluster LANs" can be configured within a server, thereby allowing OS images to be grouped according to the function they provide. These groupings are independent of sysplex affiliation.
Performance is drastically improved over the currently available OSA-Express Gigabit LPAR to LPAR latency, depending upon the workload characteristics. The z800 does a direct move from one LPAR's memory to another's memory using QDIO.
I/O CHPIDs Assignment: The ability to assign channel paths IDs independent of the installed physical position that channel cards have within the I/O cage is a Customer Engineer-only function on the z800 Support Element that allows the active channels to be assigned CHPID numbers chosen by you. All 256 CHPID numbers may be assigned; no more "blocked CHPIDs."
Availability Mapping Tool: A Web-based tool is available through IBM's Resource Link to enable an installation to remap CHPID assignments after the server is ordered, but before it is installed. If you want to remap CHPID numbers at install time, this tool must be used to create a diskette to be provided to the install team. The tool can also optionally aid an installation in choosing channels for control units that best exploit the reliability, availability, and serviceability characteristics of the system.
Inter-System Channel (ISC-3), Integrated Cluster Bus (ICB-3), and Internal Coupling Channel (IC-3): To help ensure Sysplex environments continue to scale with today's efficiency as IBM zSeries performance grows, the zSeries coupling link design has been improved. To optimize z800 performance either between other IBM zSeries servers, or among S/390 Parallel Enterprise Servers, two modes of coupling links are now available: Peer Mode and Compatibility Mode.
z800 servers support a maximum of 24 ISC-3 links; five ICB-3 links on a general-purpose z800; or six ICB-3 links on the 0CF model. The z800 general-purpose models and 0CF model also allow the definition of up to 32 internal coupling (IC-3) links.
It is not possible to get the maximum ISC-3 (24) and ICB-3 (5 or 6) on the same machine. Following are examples of combinations that are possible:
64-bit Architecture (with z/OS): 64-bit architecture is intended to eliminate bottlenecks associated with lack of addressable memory by making the addressing capability nearly unlimited (up to a theoretical 16 exabytes; this limit compares to the prior capability of 2 Gbytes in S/390 systems). As an application's server capacity requirements grow, the requirement for greater addressability increases as well. As addressability begins to be constrained, the lack of real storage increases overhead and ultimately constrains system growth. This situation exacerbates critical situations in which explosive systems growth has been a result of successful e-business implementation.
IBM's zSeries 64-bit architecture is intended to:
64-bit Addressing Memory Constraint Relief: The z800 provides up to 32 GB memory and enables significant paging overhead reduction. 64-bit real addressing is intended to give immediate constraint relief to customers with real memory bottlenecks today. This is intended to benefit DB2®, Domino, TSO, and other UNIX®-based applications.
z800 Support for Linux: The zSeries Offering for Linux offers a comprehensive server environment for multiple Linux systems on a single z800 server. zSeries Offering for Linux is an easy-to-use, high-performance Linux Offering which has the capability to have one to four enabled engines.
The S/390 Integrated Facility for LINUX previously announced for 9672 Parallel Enterprise Servers, G5 and G6, and also for IBM z900 is also available on z800. This feature provides the ability for an independent processing capacity for Linux applications. An installation may purchase additional processing capacity, exclusively for Linux workloads, with no effect on the z800 model designation. No additional IBM operating system or middleware charges will be incurred due to the additional capacity unless the software is actually running in that additional capacity. The hardware feature is isolated from general use, is dedicated for Linux use only, and cannot run other IBM operating systems except z/VM Version 4.
IBM zSeries Fiber Cabling Service for the z800
IBM zSeries Fiber Cabling Service, available with the z800, is designed to provide you with:
In the world of open systems and Storage Area Networks (SANs), the changing requirements for fiber optic cabling are fast becoming directly dependent upon the physical system configuration in the data center. As industry-standard components continue to be embraced in the open systems and SAN environment, the fiber optic cabling options become numerous and complex.
Today's marketplace is seeing the adoption of new small form factor (SFF) fiber optic connectors, short wavelength (SX) and long wavelength (LX) laser transceivers, and increasing link speeds from 1 Gigabits per second (Gbps) to 10 Gbps. New industry-standard SFF fiber optic connectors and transceivers are utilized on the z800 ESCON and FICON Express features and must coexist with the current infrastructure that utilizes a different "family" of fiber optic connectors and transceivers.
zSeries Fiber Cabling Service is designed to deliver to you a contracted service to meet the needs of your system configuration, be it small, medium, or large. Included in this service is an analysis of your existing fiber optic infrastructure and the z800 configuration to determine the cabling options, including jumper cables and speciality cables customized for your system environment.
IBM connectivity experts will help you select the option that is best suited to achieve your business goals to simplify the z800 deployment with effective on-site fiber optic cable planning and installation support.
Additional service charges may be incurred during the machine installation if the above cabling tasks are not accomplished as directed.
IBM zSeries Satisfaction Guarantee
The following guarantee applies in applicable countries:
If you, the original user of an IBM zSeries machine or zSeries model upgrade, are dissatisfied with its quality or reliability, IBM will replace your equipment with the same machine model or model upgrade, when requested in writing by you within one year of its initial installation date. The replaced equipment must be transferred to IBM with clear title, free of liens and encumbrances, and in unaltered condition. This guarantee applies only in the country of purchase, does not apply to replacement equipment, and does not cover damage caused by alterations, misuse, accident, unsuitable physical operating environment, improper maintenance, or improper installation by a third party.
IBM may change the terms of this guarantee at any time. However, any change would not be retroactive.
Accessibility by People with Disabilities
The IBM z800 is capable on delivery, when used in accordance with IBM's associated documentation, of satisfying the applicable requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. Section 794d, as implemented by 36 C.F.R. Part 1194, provided that any Assistive Technology used with the product properly interoperates with it.
IBM z800 servers are intended to provide an attractively priced solution in a package that offers excellent price/performance for customers requiring zSeries functionality and total capacity less than that currently offered by the z900. The z800 offers existing S/390 and zSeries customers a transition to the new world of e-business servers exploiting z/Architecture, and is intended to take full advantage of the IBM Framework for e-business. The z800 is intended to satisfy mission-critical enterprise server requirements for e-business transaction processing and data management with the same qualities of service as the IBM z900. It is a lower-entry-price, new workload platform for customers who want the zSeries qualities of service using either Linux or z/OS.e; it is ideal for VSE customers who have growing traditional S/390 workloads, those who have growing new Linux workloads due to e-business applications or server consolidation, or those migrating to z/OS; and it is ideal for z/VM customers who want to consolidate Linux workloads onto a single zSeries server or who require support for varied operating system environments. In addition, the z800 is an excellent application development platform for large customers or Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) requiring a 64-bit target platform.
The z800 is intended to fully exploit the IBM Framework for e-business and the middleware that implements it.
Statement of General Direction
IBM is also announcing today that it plans to support a new function for Linux programs on the zSeries processors:
All statements regarding IBM's future plans, direction, and intent represent the current intentions of IBM. IBM development plans are subject to change or withdrawal without further notice. Any reliance on this Statement of Direction is at the relying party's sole risk and will not create any liability or obligation for IBM.
Your primary source for education on the zSeries 800 should be the courses provided in the Education section on the Resource Link Web site. You may also call IBM Education and Training at 800-IBM-TEACH (426-8322) for other catalogs, schedules, and enrollments.
The following publications are shipped with the announced product:
Publications for zSeries 800
Publications for the zSeries 800 can be obtained via Resource Link by accessing:
Using the instructions on the Resource Link panels, obtain a user ID and password. Resource Link has been designed for easy access and navigation.
z800 publications that are available February 19, 2002, in the Library section of Resource Link:
z800 publications available at general availability in the Library section of Resource Link:
Publications available at general availability of the z800 in the Library section of Resource Link and as part of publications ship group:
IBM Resource Link
IBM's e-business strategy is evolving in sophistication from simple delivery of e-business applications to more advanced applications.
IBM Resource Link is the Web site for product planning, administering, training, and communicating with customers and Business Partners for zSeries 800. Resource Link increases your satisfaction, reduces warranty and installation costs, provides timely support, and delivers customized product information.
Initially available on September 30, 1999, Resource Link provides postsale information and support using the Internet. The primary areas include planning, education, library, forums, and technical support for Enterprise Servers.
Resource Link continues to extend this function to IBM zSeries 800. Resource Link function includes:
Some specific current functions in support of the z800 include:
Once you get to the site, instructions are provided for obtaining a password and ID that will gain you access to this powerful information source. IBM's Customer Care Advantage includes publications that support the zSeries.
Technical Support Portal is world-class, Web-based technical support. Navigate and access related Web sites to find technical support libraries, user-to-user collaboration, installation planning, and access to geography local support teams.
For more information refer to:
The following publication will be available at general availability on March 29, 2002.
To order, contact your IBM representative.
Order Web Title Number Address Technical SG24-6515 www.redbooks.ibm.com Introduction: IBM z/800 Series
The Publication Notification System (PNS) is available by order number/product number. Customers currently subscribing to PNS will automatically receive notifications by e-mail. Customers who wish to subscribe can visit the PNS Web site location at:
The publications listed on the notification can be ordered by calling the Pubs Support Group in Raleigh at 800-879-2755, option 1.
The IBM Publications Center Portal:
The Publications Center is a worldwide central repository for IBM product publications and marketing material with a catalog of 70,000 items. Extensive search facilities are provided, as well as payment options via credit card. Furthermore, a large number of publications are available online in various file formats, which can currently be downloaded free of charge.
Specified Operating Environment
The 2066 requires 30 inches of service clearance on all four sides.
For the appropriate peripheral hardware and device attachments, contact your IBM representative.
IBM devices previously attached to IBM S/370 or S/390® systems are supported for attachment to z800 server 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 an external converter. Prerequisite Engineering Change Levels may be required. For further detail, contact IBM service personnel.
Refer to the Key Prerequisites section of this announcement for additional information regarding how to obtain external converters.
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.
Parts integration reduces the number of parts in the machine, which should lead to higher reliability.
A Systems Assurance Pre-Installation Review is required for the first installation in a location. For details, refer to the z800 Systems Assurance Product Review (SAPR) Guide (SA01-007), available via Resource Link:
The standard features that are intended to provide a high level of availability include:
Note: Not all patches are nondisruptive. Some patches still require a Power On Reset to be activated.
The optional features that provide a high level of availability include:
The standard features that are intended to provide a high level of serviceability include:
The IBM z800 does
support operating systems in 370 mode.
Support Levels and Schedules for all Operating Systems, Applications: The operating system planned availability dates shown below may not always match the z800 GA dates. The z800 systems will be supported at planned availability by the then currently available releases of the operating systems as listed above. Where necessary, APARs and/or SPEs will be provided.
OS/390, z/OS, Support in Basic mode and LPAR mode will be provided as follows:
z/OS.e Releases, Support in LPAR mode only:
VM, Support in Basic mode and LPAR mode will be provided as follows:
VSE, Support in Basic mode and LPAR mode will be provided as follows:
TPF Releases Supported: TPF Version 4 Release 1
Note: The Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO) mode described herein is for TCP/IP traffic only. The non-QDIO mode described herein is for Systems Network Architecture/Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking®/High Performance Routing (SNA/APPN®/HPR) traffic and/or TCP/IP traffic (LAN Channel Station LCS).
Gigabit Ethernet supports IP traffic only, and therefore supports only the QDIO mode. Fast Ethernet and Token Ring are supported both in the QDIO and non-QDIO modes. If a 155 ATM feature is configured for Ethernet LAN Emulation, the QDIO mode is supported. The 155 ATM features support the non-QDIO mode.
The QDIO mode and the non-QDIO mode are mutually exclusive. Each port on an OSA-Express feature (two ports per feature) can be configured for only one mode, QDIO or non-QDIO. The non-QDIO mode requires the use of the Open Systems Adapter Support Facility (OSA/SF) for setup and customization.
For OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet; QDIO mode only
For OSA-Express Fast Ethernet QDIO mode one or more of the following are required.
For OSA-Express Fast Ethernet non-QDIO mode one or more of the following are required.
For OSA-Express 155 ATM Ethernet LAN Emulation QDIO mode one or more of the following are required.
For OSA-Express 155 ATM non-QDIO mode one or more of the following are required.
For OSA-Express Token Ring QDIO mode one or more of the following are required.
For OSA-Express Token Ring non-QDIO mode one or more of the following are required.
The Open Systems Adapter Support Facility Version 2 Release 1 (OSA/SF) is required for the OSA features under the following circumstances.
OSA/SF is available for the z/OS, OS/390, z/VM, VM/ESA, and VSE/ESA environments as identified below.
IBM zSeries Fiber Cabling Service for the z800: Fiber optic cables for the IBM z800 may be ordered via the IBM Network Integration and Deployment Services for zSeries Fiber Cabling (zSeries Fiber Cabling Service) offered by IBM Global Services. I/O fiber optic cables for the z800 are not available as features.
The zSeries Fiber Cabling Service delivers a convenient, packaged solution to reduce the complexity of planning, ordering, and installing fiber optic cables. This solution is packaged as follows:
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Security, Auditability, and Control
The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communications facilities.
Terms and Conditions
This product is available for purchase under the terms of the IBM Customer Agreement.
IBM hardware products are manufactured from parts that may be new or used. In some cases, a hardware product may not be new and may have been previously installed.
Regardless, IBM appropriate warranty terms apply.
The following table provides software groups and processor MSUs for z800 models:
Model MSUs 0A1 13 0B1 20 0C1 25 001 32 0A2 44 002 60 003 84 004 108
The above performance measurements are estimates only, and are subject to change without notice. Software licenses that are based on machine performance will be billed based on these estimates until such time that IBM determines and publishes final performance measurements, at which time appropriate billing adjustments will be made for both future and retroactive software usage.
When a type of service involves the exchange of a machine part, the replacement may not be new, but will be in good working order.
Licensed Internal Code: IBM Licensed Internal Code is licensed for use by a customer on a specific machine, designated by serial number, under the terms and conditions of the IBM Agreement for Licensed Internal Code. The Licensed Internal Code for the machine type 2066 0LF may only be used to support Linux workloads and may not be used for any other purposes.
z800 Feature Summary
The following features are installed in the z800 I/O cage. The total number of ESCON, FICON Express, ISC-3, OSA Express, PCI-CA, and PCI-CC cannot exceed 16 features per system. Refer to the Feature Descriptions section for more details. Normally, the purchase increment is one feature. The exceptions are noted for ESCON and ISC-3.
Per System Increments/ Minimum Maximum Maximum Ports per Purchase z800 Features Features Features Ports Feature Increments ESCON 0(1) 16 240 16(2) 4(3) FICON Express 0(1) 16 32 2 1 ISC-3 0 8 24 4 1(4) OSA Express 0 12 24 2 1 PCI-CA 0 6(5) 12 2(6) 1 accelerator cards PCI-CC 0 8(5) 16 2(7) 1 coprocessors
ISC-M (#0217), ISC-D (#0218), ISC-3 Port (#0219)
The InterSystem Coupling-3 (ISC-3) feature represents the third generation of coupling technology. The ISC-3 feature is used by coupled systems to pass information back and forth over high-speed links. The ISC-3 feature is compatible with HiPerlink Coupling links/HiPer links on S/390 Generation 3 Generation 6 servers.
The ISC-3 feature is composed of a mother card (ISC-M #0217) and one or two daughter cards (ISC-D #0218). Each daughter card has two ports, for a total of four ports per feature. Ports are purchased in increments of one. Each port is activated via Licensed Internal Code, Control Code (LICCC). The ISC-M feature and the ISC-D feature are not orderable features. When the quantity of ISC-3 port (#0219) features is selected, the appropriate number of ISC-Ms and ISC-Ds will be selected by the configuration tool.
Each ISC-3 port has a peak data rate capability of 200 megabytes per second if operating in peer mode (z800 to z800 or z800 to z900) and a peak data rate of 100 megabytes per second if a z800 is connected to a coupling-capable server that is not a z800 or z900 and is operating in Compatibility Mode. Each ISC-3 link supports an unrepeated distance of up to 10 km (6.2 miles).
Each ISC-3 port utilizes a long wavelength laser as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an industry-standard small form factor LC Duplex connector. When the ISC-3 feature is operating in Compatibility Mode, it accommodates, at reduced distances, reuse of 50 micron multimode fiber optic cables. A pair of Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables is required. MCP cables are for one gigabit links only.
The Peripheral Component Interconnect Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCI-CC) feature is an optional addition to the System Cryptographic Coprocessors, along with the Peripheral Component Interconnect Cryptographic Accelerator (PCI-CA) feature number 0862. PCI-CC is programmable, to rapidly deploy new standard functions, to enable migration from the IBM 4753 external cryptographic product, and to meet unique customer requirements User Defined Extensions (UDX). Each PCI-CC feature has two independent PCI coprocessors.
The Peripheral Component Interconnect Cryptographic Accelerator (PCI-CA) feature is an optional addition to the System Cryptographic Coprocessors, along with the Peripheral Component Interconnect Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCI-CC) feature number 0861. The PCI-CA is a very fast cryptographic processor designed to provide leading-edge performance of the complex RSA cryptographic operations used with the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol. Each PCI-CA feature has two independent PCI accelerator cards, and is designed specifically to help maximize SSL acceleration.
FICON Express LX (#2319)
The FICON Express LX (long wavelength) feature is an optional feature with an enhanced design that includes a high performing 66 MHz, 64-bit Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) infrastructure. The FICON Express LX feature utilizes an LC Duplex connector.
The FICON Express LX feature has two independent ports, each port supporting 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 works with any LX feature supporting FICON. The FICON Express LX feature utilizes a long wavelength laser as the optical transceiver and supports use of a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector.
If multimode fiber optic cables are being reused with the FICON Express
LX feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables is required,
one for each end of the link. MCP cables are for use with one gigabit
per second links only (100 MB/sec) and may reduce the maximum distance
over which FICON Express LX can transmit.
FICON Express SX (#2320)
The FICON Express SX (short wavelength) feature is an optional feature with an enhanced design that includes a high performing 66 MHz, 64-bit PCI infrastructure, which can improve performance.
The FICON Express SX feature has two independent ports, each port supporting 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 works with any SX feature supporting FICON. The FICON Express SX feature utilizes a short wavelength 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.
16-Port ESCON (#2323)
The high-density ESCON feature has 16 ports, 15 of which can be activated for customer use. One port is always reserved as a spare, in the event of a failure of one of the other ports. ESCON cards are installed in increments of two.
This is not an orderable feature. The configuration tool will select the quantity of features based upon the order quantity of ESCON port feature number 2324, distributing the ports across pairs of features for high availability.
ESCON Channel Port (#2324)
ESCON channels are ordered in increments of four. Ports are activated via Licensed Internal Code, Control Code (LICCC). Ports are activated equally across all installed 16-Port ESCON features for high availability. Each ESCON port 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 an industry-standard small form factor MTRJ connector.
OSA Express 155 ATM SM (#2362)
The OSA Express 155 ATM SM (single mode) feature has two independent ports, each port supporting attachment to a 155 megabits per second (Mbps) Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network. The feature has a long wavelength optical transceiver that supports use of a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.
OSA Express 155 ATM MM (#2363)
The OSA Express 155 ATM MM (multimode) feature has two independent ports, each port supporting attachment to a 155 Mbps Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network. The feature 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 an SC Duplex connector.
OSA Express GbE LX (#2364)
The OSA Express GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) LX (long wavelength) feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to a one gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). The feature utilizes a long wavelength laser as the optical transceiver, supporting a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.
If multimode fiber optic cables are being reused with the GbE LX feature,
a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables is required, one for each
end of the link. MCP cables are for use with one gigabit per second
links only (100 MB/sec) and may reduce the maximum distance over which
OSA Express GBE LX can transmit.
OSA Express GbE SX (#2365)
The OSA Express GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) SX (short wavelength) feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to a one gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). The feature utilizes a short wavelength 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 SC Duplex connector.
OSA Express Fast Ethernet (#2366)
The OSA Express Fast Ethernet feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to either a 10BASE-T (10 Mbps) or a 100BASE-TX (100 Mbps) Ethernet LAN. The feature automatically adjusts to 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps, depending upon the LAN to which it is attached. The Ethernet LAN must conform to either the IEEE 802.3 (ISO/IEC 8802.3) standard or to the Ethernet V2.0 specifications.
OSA Express Token Ring (#2367)
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).
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.
Fiber Quick Connect Delivers!
Fiber Quick Connect (FQC) is an option in the e-configuration tool.
The FQC features are for factory installation of IBM Fiber Transport Services (FTS) fiber harnesses for connection to ESCON channels in the I/O cage of the z800. FTS fiber harnesses enable connection to FTS direct-attach fiber trunk cables from IBM Global Services.
FQC, coupled with IBM FTS from IBM Global Services, delivers a solution to reduce the amount of time required for on-site installation and setup of cabling, to minimize disruptions, and to isolate the activity 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%.
IBM Global Services provides the direct-attach trunk cables, patch panels, and Central Patching Location (CPL) hardware, as well as the planning and installation required to complete the total structured connectivity solution. Four trunks, each with 72 fiber pairs, can displace up to 240 fiber optic cables, the maximum quantity of ESCON channels in an I/O cage on the z800. This significantly reduces ESCON cable bulk.
The CPL panels use the small form factor fiber optic connector, called Single Connector-Dual Contact (SC-DC). Use of the SC-DC connectors in the CPL panel instead of the ESCON Duplex connectors has reduced the required floor space by 50%.
CPL planning and layout are done prior to arrival of the server on-site using the default CHannel Path IDentifier (CHPID) placement report, and documentation is provided showing the CHPID layout and how the direct-attach harnesses are plugged.
Fiber Quick Connect (#7933, #7934, #7935)
The FQC features are for factory installation of IBM FTS fiber harnesses for connection to ESCON channels in the I/O cage.
These descriptions are for information purposes only. They are not orderable. The configuration tool selects the appropriate features and quantities based upon the system configuration, when FQC is requested in the configuration tool.
MTP Base Bracket (#7933)
MTP Additional Brackets (#7934)
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
MTRJ 6 ft Harnesses (5) (#7935)
This is not an orderable feature. This description is for information purposes only. A quantity of five harnesses supporting 30 channels is 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.
The prices provided in this announcement are suggested retail prices for the U.S. only and are provided for your information only. Dealer prices may vary, and prices may also vary by country. Prices are subject to change without notice. For additional information and current prices, contact your local IBM representative.
Plant/ Machine Feature MMMC Field Description Type Model Number Indicator Install zSeries 800 2066 0A1 0B1 0C1 001 0A2 002 003 004 0CF 1-way Processor 0A1 4600 Y P/F 1-way Processor 0B1 4601 Y P/F 1-way Processor 0C1 4602 Y P/F 1-way Processor 001 4603 Y P/F 2-way Processor 0A2 4604 Y P/F 2-way Processor 002 4605 Y P/F 3-way Processor 003 4606 Y P/F 4-way Processor 004 4607 Y P/F 1-engine CF 0CF 3601 Y P/F 2-engine CF 0CF 3602 Y P/F 3-engine CF 0CF 3603 Y P/F 4-engine CF 0CF 3604 Y P/F Standard Features: Base Frame 2000 Y P/F Service Element (SE): SE (TR/Enet) 0086 Y P/F SE (Dual Ethernet) 0087 Y P/F Plant/ Machine Feature MMMC Field Description Type Model Number Indicator Install Language: U.S. English 2924 Y P France 2928 Y P German 2929 Y P Spanish 2930 Y P Spain 2931 Y P Italian 2932 Y P Canadian/French 2935 Y P Portugal 2978 Y P Brazilian/Portuguese 2979 Y P U.K. English 2980 Y P Norwegian 2983 Y P Sweden/Finland 2987 Y P Netherlands 2988 Y P Belgian/French 2989 Y P Denmark 2993 Y P Swiss/French/German 2997 Y P Luxembourg Orders from Belgium 5560 Y P Iceland Orders from Denmark 5561 Y P China Orders from Hong Kong 5562 Y P Structure (choose one modem type and/or one hemisphere): 110 V Modem 2940 Y P 220 V Modem 2941 Y P Northern Hemisphere 9930 Y P Southern Hemisphere 9931 Y P Line Cords (choose one): 6 ft Chicago Line Cord 2700 Y P 14 ft U.S./Canada/Japan 2701 Y P 14 ft World Trade Line Cord 2702 Y P Optional Features: Server: IFL Engines on Gen'l Purp Mod 3700 Y P/F ICF Engines on Gen'l Purp Mod 3702 Y P/F Capacity Back Up 3704 Y P/F Storage: 8GB Memory increment 1208 Y P/F Fiber Quick Connect (FQC) MTP Base Bracket 7933 Y P MTP Additional Brackets 7934 Y P MTRJ 6 ft Harnesses (5) 7935 Y P I/O and Logic: ICB Cable 0227 Y P/F ISC-M Card 0217 Y P/F ISC Port on FC 0218 Card 0219 Y P/F STI-M Card 0222 Y P/F PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor 0861 Y P/F PCI Cryptographic Accelerator 0862 Y P/F Triple DES PCI 0865 Y P/F TKE / Token Ring 0866 Y P/F TKE / Ethernet 0869 Y P/F TKE Hardware (Token Ring) 0876 Y P/F TKE Hardware (Ethernet) 0879 Y P/F Triple DES Code with TKE 0875 Y P/F ICB-3 Function 0993 Y P/F FICON Express LX 2319 Y P/F FICON Express SX 2320 Y P/F 16-Port ESCON Card 2323 Y P/F ESCON Port Function 2324 Y P/F OSA-Express 155 ATM SM 2362 Y P/F OSA-Express 155 ATM MM 2363 Y P/F OSA-Express GbE LX 2364 Y P/F Plant/ Machine Feature MMMC Field Description Type Model Number Indicator Install OSA-Express GbE SX 2365 Y P/F OSA-Express Fast Ethernet 2366 Y P/F OSA-Express High Speed TR 2367 Y P/F Power: PSC24V Card 0223 Y P/F Power Sequence Control 6402 Y P/F Miscellaneous: Crypto Hardware Present 0800 Y P/F EMEA Special Ops 1022 Y P Custom Quick Ship 1748 Y P JCM Ops 2029 Y P I/O Cards: Full Airflow Card 0112 Y P/F ISC-D Airflow 0113 Y P/F Airflow (PSC24V and STI-M) 0225 Y P/F Service Element (SE): 8-Port MAU 0088 Y P/F 8-Port HUB 0089 Y P/F Hardware Management Console (HMC): HMC White 0073 Y P/F 17-in White Console Display 6090 Y P/F 21-in White Console Display 6091 Y P/F Token Ring / HMC 0023 Y P/F Ethernet / HMC 0024 Y P/F DVD 0047 Y P/F HMC w/TR Enet, DVD -- Black 0074 Y P/F 17-in Black Console Display 6092 Y P/F 21-in Black Console Display 6093 Y P/F
Y = Yes
Model From To 0A1 0B1 0A1 0C1 0A1 001 0A1 0A2 0A1 002 0A1 003 0A1 004 0B1 0C1 0B1 001 0B1 0A2 0B1 002 0B1 003 0B1 004 0C1 001 0C1 0A2 0C1 002 0C1 003 0C1 004 001 0A2 001 002 001 003 001 004 0A2 002 0A2 003 0A2 004 002 003 002 004 003 004 0CF 001 0CF 0A2 0CF 002 0CF 003 0CF 004 004 104
If field installed on a purchased machine, parts removed or replaced become the property of IBM and must be returned.
Feature Returned Continuous From To Parts Maintenance 4600 4601 Y Y 4600 4602 Y Y 4600 4603 Y Y 4600 4604 Y Y 4600 4605 Y Y 4600 4606 Y Y 4600 4607 Y Y 4601 4602 Y Y 4601 4603 Y Y 4601 4604 Y Y 4601 4605 Y Y 4601 4606 Y Y 4601 4607 Y Y 4602 4603 Y Y 4602 4604 Y Y 4602 4605 Y Y 4602 4606 Y Y 4602 4607 Y Y 4603 4604 Y Y 4603 4605 Y Y 4603 4606 Y Y 4603 4607 Y Y 4604 4605 Y Y 4604 4606 Y Y 4604 4607 Y Y 4605 4606 Y Y Feature Returned Continuous From To Parts Maintenance 4605 4607 Y Y 4606 4607 Y Y 3601 3602 Y Y 3601 3603 Y Y 3601 3604 Y Y 3602 3603 Y Y 3602 3604 Y Y 3603 3604 Y Y 3601 4603 Y Y 3601 4604 Y Y 3601 4605 Y Y 3601 4606 Y Y 3601 4607 Y Y 3602 4605 Y Y 3602 4606 Y Y 3602 4607 Y Y 3603 4606 Y Y 3603 4607 Y Y 3604 4607 Y Y 0086 0087 Y Y 4607 1054 Y Y
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