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Hardware Announcement 103-129
May 6, 2003

New IBM eServer pSeries 650 Enhancements Offer Greater Flexibility with Capacity Upgrade on Demand and Faster Performance Using RIO-2 Adapters

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At a Glance

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New pSeries 650 Model 6M2 enhancements:

  • Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CUoD)
    • Unactivated 2-Way, 1.45 GHz processor cards can be installed, then activated when needed
    • Unactivated memory DIMMs can be installed, with later activation in 4 GB increments
  • New RIO-2 adapters deliver faster data transfer speed to pSeries 650 server and 7311-D10 I/O drawer
  • Additional disk drive and backplane options:
    • Optional split backplane is partitioned for two independent pairs of disk drives within the pSeries 650 system unit
    • Additional Ultra3 SCSI disk drives available for pSeries 650 and pSeries 655
  • pSeries 650 support for attachment of the 7311-D20 I/O drawer, at either RIO or RIO-2 speed

Optional features for the 7014-T00 and 7014-T42 racks provide:

  • Rack Security Kit with locking hardware for rack doors and side panels
  • Previously withdrawn features numbers 6099 and 6105 for white racks are now again available

For ordering, contact:

Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or the Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: RE001).

Overview

To provide greater flexibility and performance in midrange servers, several new features and enhancements are now available for the pSeries™ 650 Model 6M2.

Your pSeries 650 system can be ordered with Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CUoD), which lets you activate additional processors and memory as needed. Up to six CUoD 1.45 GHz processors can be installed and later activated in increments of two processors. Up to 56 GB of CUoD memory can be installed and later activated in increments of 4 GB.

Trial Capacity on Demand (Trial CoD) is a new function delivered with all pSeries servers supporting CUoD resources beginning May 30, 2003. Those servers with standby CUoD processors or memory will be capable of using a one-time, no-cost activation for a maximum period of 30 consecutive days. This enhancement allows for benchmarking of CUoD resources or can be used to provide immediate access to standby resources when the purchase of a permanent activation is pending.

Trial CoD is a complementary service offered by IBM. Although IBM intends to continue it for the foreseeable future, IBM reserves the right to withdraw Trial CoD at any time with or without notice.

New RIO-2 adapters offer faster Remote I/O connections for the pSeries 650 Model  6M2 and the 7311-D10 I/O drawer. The RIO-2 adapters are compatible with previously announced RIO adapters and can be used together in the same system. To attain the higher data speeds of RIO-2, all adapters in a Remote I/O loop must be RIO-2 adapters. These features are also available if you wish to add RIO-2 performance to your installed pSeries 650 systems.

An optional split SCSI backplane is available for logical partitioning or other applications that need independent groups of disk drives "under the covers." The split SCSI backplane has two sides with each side supporting two disk drives. Each disk drive can be 36.4 GB, 73.4 GB, or 146.8 GB.

The pSeries 650 Model 6M2 now supports attachment of the 7311-D20 I/O drawer, in addition to the 7311-D10 I/O drawer. RIO and RIO-2 speeds are supported for both I/O drawers.

Additional options are available for the 7014-T00 and 7014-T42 racks. The Rack Security Kit provides the hardware needed to add locks to the front and rear rack doors and secure the rack side panels.

Key Prerequisites

  • CUoD memory features require AIX® V5.2, or later
  • All other pSeries 650 features are supported by AIX V5.1 or AIX V5.2, or later

Planned Availability Dates

  • May 30, 2003
  • August 15, 2003, for CUoD processors and memory (#7011, #7014, #7052, #7053, #7057, and #7058)
  • September 26, 2003, for On/Off CoD 30-Day Two Processor Activation for Processor (#7013)

Trademarks

 
The e-business logo pSeries is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
AIX is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

Technical Information

Hardware Requirements

The following machine type/models are required for this product announcement:

  • 7038-6M2
  • 7039-651
  • 7311-D10
  • 7014-T00
  • 7014-T42

Software Requirements

  • CUoD memory features require AIX® V5.2, or later
  • All other pSeries™ 650 features are supported by AIX V5.1 or AIX V5.2, or later

Limitations

Processors

  • The Model 6M2 system contains four processor slots. The available 2-way processor cards can be combined to create 2-way, 4-way, 6-way, or 8-way systems.
  • When two or more processor cards are installed, all cards must have the same processor frequency.
  • Installed systems may increase the number of processors by replacing the existing processor card with a more powerful processor or by adding an additional processor card if a processor slot is available.
  • There are eight memory DIMM positions on each processor card.

Memory

  • The 7038-6M2 must contain a minimum of 2 GB of system memory. Memory is expandable up to a maximum of 64 GB.
  • Memory is installed in groups of four DIMMs mounted on the processor cards. Each processor card has 8 DIMM slots.
  • Each processor card must have an equal amount of memory installed. Balancing memory across the installed processor cards allows memory accesses in a coordinated parallel manner and can be utilized to provide optimal performance.
  • Initial orders require identical combinations of memory on each processor card. Active and CUoD memory features are counted as equal. MES orders may use any combination of supported memory features as long as the total memory capacity (active plus CUoD) on each processor card is the same.
  • Plans for future memory upgrades should be taken into account to obtain optimal performance without limiting future memory expansion.
  • IBM recommends systems configured with 4 GB of memory, or greater, to have access to a 4-mm or 8-mm tape drive for submission of system dump information, if required. This function may be accomplished via locally-attached or network-attached devices as appropriate.

CUoD

  • The 2-Way, 1.45 GHz, POWER4™ CUoD Processor Card (#7014) can be permanently activated with feature #7011, or temporarily activated with feature #7013.
  • Any quantity of On/Off CoD 30-Day Two Processor Activations (#7013) can be ordered and used as needed. Usage is continuously monitored and the remaining time available is reported in increments of one day. Processors can be turned off when they are not in use, to preserve the remaining time available.
  • Memory CUoD is provided by CUoD DIMM feature #7057 (4096 MB) and #7058 (8192 MB). Each consists of a set of four DIMMs, with none of the memory activated. When feature #7052 is ordered, it permanently activates all 4096 MB of memory on feature #7057. When feature #7053 is ordered, it permanently activates 4096 MB of memory on feature #7058. To fully activate all 8196 MB of memory on feature #7058, it is necessary to order a quantity of two of feature #7053.
  • Memory CUoD features are supported only on 1.45 GHz processor cards. They cannot be used with 1.2 GHz processor cards.
  • CUoD processors which have not been activated are available to the 7038-6M2 server for dynamic processor sparing when running AIX V5.2. If the server detects the impending failure of an active processor, it will attempt to activate one of the unused CUoD processors and add it to the system configuration. This helps to keep the server's processing power at full strength until a repair action can be scheduled.
  • Dynamic processor sparing is limited to systems and/or partitions which are running AIX 5.2. Systems running only AIX 5.1 provide processor sparing for a failed processor on a system IPL.
  • Processor CUoD is supported by AIX 5.1 or AIX 5.2. Memory CUoD requires AIX 5.2.
  • Use of CUoD features requires attachment of a Hardware Management Console.

Power: Two power supplies must be ordered to provide redundancy for enhanced system availability.

Racks

  • The Model 6M2 systems CEC and I/O drawers are packaged as rack-mounted devices and are supported in the 7014-T00 and T42 racks. An existing 7014 rack can be used for Model 6M2s if sufficient space and power is available. AC-powered 6M2 systems require power distribution features #7176, #7177, #7178, #9176, #9177, or #9178.
  • An IBM 7014-T00 or T42 rack must have at least one Power Distribution Unit (PDU) per pSeries 650 system installed. It is recommended that each power supply in a pSeries 650 system be connected to a different PDU. No more than two pSeries 650 power supplies may be connected to the same PDU. Each PDU has nine C13 power connecters, in groups of three. When a pSeries 650 power supply is connected to one PDU power outlet, the other two connecters in that group of three may not be used.
  • The maximum quantities of 7038-6M2 systems supported in 7014 racks are as follows:
    • 7014-T00 — Maximum is four
    • 7014-T42 — Maximum is five (requires a fifth PDU mounted horizontally in the rack)
  • Supported devices such as SCSI or SSA disk subsystems or tape subsystems may share the rack with the Model 6M2 system.

I/O Drawers

  • Model 6M2 systems can be attached to up to eight 7311-D10 or 7311-D20 I/O drawers.
  • Each 7311-D10 I/O drawer provides six PCI slots. Refer to the 7311-D10 Sales Manual pages for specifications.
  • Each 7311-D20 I/O drawer provides seven PCI slots and up to twelve disk drives. Refer to the 7311-D20 Sales Manual pages for specifications.

I/O Drawer Attachment

  • The Model 6M2 system allows up to eight I/O drawers to be attached to the system CEC drawer. I/O drawers should be located in the same rack as the CEC drawer for service purposes; however, they can be mounted in separate racks, if desired.
  • I/O drawers are connected to the 6M2 drawer via the following cables:
    • RIO cables for data transfer
    • Power control cables
  • RIO cable connections are always made in loops to help protect against a single point-of-failure resulting from an open, missing, or disconnected cable. Model 6M2 systems with non-looped configurations could experience degraded performance and serviceability. If a non-loop connection is detected, a problem is reported.
  • RIO ports are provided by remote I/O loop adapter cards. The first primary RIO adapter (#6411 or #6415) is required. An optional secondary RIO adapter (#6412 or #6416) provides two additional RIO ports. The first secondary RIO adapter must be installed prior to installing the second primary RIO adapter.
  • Up to four RIO loops are available, each supporting up to four I/O drawers and up to a maximum of eight I/O drawers. A minimum of two RIO cables are required to attach the first I/O drawer on each RIO loop. A third drawer-to-drawer RIO cable is required to complete the loop when an additional I/O drawer is attached to the loop. RIO cables are available in various lengths to attach I/O drawers within a single rack or across multiple racks, if desired.
    • #3146 = 1.2 meters
    • #3147 = 3.5 meters
    • #3148 = 10 meters
  • The configurator validates system connections when the RIO cables are ordered on the individual 7311-D10 or 7311-D20 drawers. If RIO cables are ordered on the 7038-6M2 server, system validation cannot be performed.
  • Power control for the I/O drawers is provided via one loop. The number of power control (SPCN) cables required is equal to one plus the number of I/O drawers attached to the system. A minimum of two power control cables (#6001 = 2 meters, #6006 = 3 meters, #6007 = 15 meters or #6008 = 6 meters) are required for attachment of the first drawer. Each additional drawer requires one additional power control cable to complete the loop attachment.
  • The number of RIO or RIO-2 adapters must be less than or equal to the number of 2-way processor cards.
  • Each RIO or RIO-2 adapter supports one RIO loop. Each RIO loop supports up to two 7311-D20 I/O drawers or up to four 7311-D10 I/O drawers.
  • 7311-D10 and 7311-D20 I/O drawers are not supported in the same I/O loop.
  • For systems with both 7311-D10 and 7311-D20 I/O drawers attached, the combined maximum number of I/O drawers is eight.
  • To achieve the higher Remote I/O performance of RIO-2, the system must have a RIO-2 Enabled System Planar (#9581 or #6581). Also, to achieve RIO-2 performance, all adapters in a loop must be RIO-2. RIO and RIO-2 adapter combinations are supported in the same loop; however, the loop will operate at the standard RIO speed.

Disks, Media, and Boot Devices

  • Boot is supported via SCSI adapters, SSA adapters, Fibre Channel adapters, or from network via Ethernet or token-ring adapters.
  • A CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or DVD-RAM is required for each system. One bay is available for an additional media device.
  • The minimum configuration requires at least one disk drive having a capacity of 36.4 GB or greater.
  • Systems ordered with a single 4-pack SCSI backplane require these features for proper cabling and operation: #6578, #4255, #4251, and #4261. The SCSI disk backplane (#6578) must be connected to the integrated internal SCSI port with cable #4255. The #4251 media backplane must be connected to the #6578 disk backplane with cable #4261.
  • Systems ordered with a split 4-pack SCSI backplane require these features for proper cabling and operation: #6579, #4262, #4251, #4264, and two #4265. The split SCSI disk backplane (#6579) must be connected to the cable assembly (#4262), which includes a special cassette that occupies PCI slot #7, and provides two external SCSI ports for connecting the two sides of the split disk backplane to separate SCSI adapters. External connections to these ports are provided by cable #4265 (two required) which can be connected to the external integrated SCSI port or to an Ultra3 SCSI Adapter (#6203) in the 6M2 drawer. If the system includes a #6579 split disk backplane, the #4251 media backplane must be connected to the integrated internal SCSI port with cable #4264.

PCI Slots and Adapters

  • The pSeries 650 Model 6M2 has seven PCI-X slots. All slots operate at 3.3 volts. There are six full-length 64-bit slots and one short 32-bit slot.
  • The Model 6M2 PCI slot population rules are complex. The following PCI slot and adapter limitations are provided for general guidance purposes. Extensive configuration rules and checking procedures are incorporated into the ECFGRS6000 configurator to ensure valid system configurations. Configurations generated without utilizing the ECFGRS6000 configurator may create orders that cannot be manufactured, resulting in possible order rejection and delayed delivery.
  • System maximum limits for adapters and devices may not provide optimal system performance. These limits are given for connectivity and functionality assurance.
  • When the Model 6M2 is attached to one or more I/O drawers, additional rules apply for some PCI adapters regarding the maximum supported adapter quantities for the combined system. For adapters not shown in the list below, the combined maximum quantity is simply the number supported in a 6M2 server, plus eight times the number supported in a D10 I/O drawer. The adapters in the following list are limited to the combined maximum quantity shown below.

                                         Feature
Description                               Number     Qty
 
8-Port Asynchronous Adapter                2943       32
 EIA-232/RS-422, PCI bus
128-Port Asynchronous Controller,          2944       32
 PCI bus
PCI 4-Channel Ultra3 SCSI                  2498       30
  RAID Adapter
PCI Dual Channel Ultra3                    6203       30
 SCSI Adapter
PCI Universal Differential                 6204       40
  Ultra SCSI Adapter
Advanced SerialRAID Plus Adapter           6230       32
128 MByte DRAM Option Card                 6231       32
32 MByte Fast-Write Cache                  6235       32
 Option Card
2 Gigabit Fibre Channel Adapter            6228       32
 for 64-bit PCI Bus
POWER GXT135P Graphics Accelerator         2848        8
TURBOWAYS(R) 622 Mbps PCI MMF              2946       30
 ATM Adapter
IBM 64-bit/66 MHz PCI                      4953       30
 ATM 155 UTP Adapter
IBM 64-bit/66 MHz PCI                      4957       30
 ATM 155 MMF Adapter
IBM Token-Ring PCI Adapter                 4959       30
IBM Universal 4-Port 10/100                4961       20
 Ethernet Adapter
IBM Gigabit Ethernet-SX                    5700       30
 PCI-X Adapter
IBM 10/100/1000 Base-TX                    5701       30
 Ethernet PCI-X Adapter
Keyboard/Mouse Attachment                  2737        8
 
 Card -- PCI
IBM e-business Cryptographic               4960       15
 Accelerator
PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor              4963       32
 (FIPS-4)
 
                                         Feature
Description                               Number     Qty
 
IBM 2-Port 10/100/1000 Base-TX             5706       30
 Ethernet PCI-X Adapter
IBM 2-Port Gigabit Ethernet-SX             5707       30
 PCI-X Adapter
SP(TM) Switch2 PCI-X Attachment Adapter    8398       2
PCI-X Dual Channel Ultra320                5702       30
  SCSI Adapter

The following adapters can not be installed in slot #7 of the Model 6M2. The maximum number of any combination of these adapters is six.

                                                   Feature
Description                                         Number
 
PCI 4-Channel Ultra3 SCSI RAID Adapter               2498
PCI Dual Channel Ultra3 SCSI Adapter                 6203
Advanced SerialRAID Plus Adapter                     6230
2 Gigabit Fibre Channel Adapter for                  6228
 64-bit PCI Bus
Turboways 622 Mbps PCI MMF ATM Adapter               2946
IBM 64-bit/66 MHz PCI ATM 155 UTP Adapter            4953
IBM 64-bit/66 MHz PCI ATM 155 MMF Adapter            4957
IBM Universal 4-Port 10/100 Ethernet Adapter         4961
IBM Gigabit Ethernet-SX PCI-X Adapter                5700
IBM 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet                     5701
 PCI-X Adapter
IBM ARTIC960Hx 4-Port Multiprotocol                  2947
 PCI Adapter
IBM 2-Port 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet              5706
 PCI-X Adapter
IBM 2-Port Gigabit Ethernet-SX PCI-X Adapter         5707
SP Switch2 PCI-X Attachment Adapter                  8398
Quad Digital Trunk Telephony PCI                     6313
 Blind Swap Adapter
PCI-X Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI Adapter             5702

Hot-Plug Options

  • It is not necessary to power down the system to install certain hot-plug options. The following options are hot-plug capable:
    • System power supplies (assumes redundant power supplies installed)
    • Most PCI adapters
  • Information regarding hot-plugging procedures is contained in the pSeries 650 Installation Guide.
  • Any PCI adapter supporting the system boot device or system console is not hot-plugged.
  • The following adapters are not hot-plug capable:
    • POWER GXT135P Graphics Accelerator (#2848)
    • 2-Port Multiprotocol PCI Adapter (#2962)

Logical Partitioning (LPAR)

  • Static LPAR is supported with AIX V5.1 or V5.2. Dynamic LPAR requires AIX V5.2.
  • A 7315-C01 Hardware Management Console is required for all LPAR configurations.
  • A fully configured pSeries 650 can support up to eight partitions. A partition must have at least a bootable SCSI or SSA or Fibre Channel adapter, and an Ethernet adapter/controller. Since all the PCI slots in pSeries 650 can be independently assigned to partitions, this means that four partitions with minimal I/O can be configured without requiring a separate 7311-D10 I/O drawer. A Model D10 I/O drawer can provide up to three additional minimal I/O partitions. To configure the maximum of eight partitions would require at least two Model D10 I/O drawers. The actual number of D10 I/O drawers required will depend on the customer's I/O requirements for each partition. Note that both the integrated internal SCSI bus and the integrated external SCSI bus must be assigned to the same partition.
  • All of the internal disk drives and media share the same SCSI bus and must be assigned to the same partition. That means that all but the first partition must be NIM installed and use network diagnostics, or can only be CD-ROM installed or use network diagnostics when the first partition is shut down. The user should not use the internal disk drives during install because drives could have data for the first partition and may be reassigned back to the first partition. It is recommended to use NIM and network diagnostics for all partitions except the first partition, or that the internal disk drives not be used for any partition.
  • External disk drives must be provided for all but the first partition. AIX does not support diskless LPAR operation.
  • When running LPAR with AIX V5.1, fully populated processor cards cannot mix memory DIMMs with different capacities on the same card.

Linux Operating System: For customers installing SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for IBM eServer iSeries™ and pSeries systems, only the following I/O adapters, storage, and media devices available on the pSeries 650 Model 6M2 are supported and tested:

                                             Feature
I/O Adapters                                 Number
 
GXT135P Graphics                             2848
Ultra SCSI Differential                      6204
Ultra3 SCSI                                  6203
4-Port 10/100 Ethernet                       4961
10/100 Mbps Ethernet PCI Adapter II          4962
Gigabit Ethernet-SX                          5700
10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet                 5701
 
Storage Devices
 
 
36.4 GB Ultra3 SCSI Drive                    3158
73.4 GB Ultra3 SCSI Drive                    3159
146.8 GB Ultra3 SCSI Drive                   3275
36.4 GB 15,000 rpm Ultra3 SCSI Drive         3277
73.4 GB 15,000 rpm Ultra3 SCSI Drive         3278
 
Media
 
48X (Maximum) CD-ROM                         2628
20/40 GB 4-mm Tape Drive                     6185
  • Unless otherwise stated, the maximum quantity allowed for each Linux supported feature is the same as the maximum quantity supported for AIX.
  • Linux does not support hot-swap DASD, hot-swap PCI slots, or hot-swap media bays.
  • Linux does not support CUoD.
  • Attachment of external 7311-D10 I/O drawers to a pSeries 650 system using Linux is limited to one or two I/O drawers in a single RIO loop. In this configuration, the allowable PCI adapters for the I/O drawers are the same as for the pSeries 650 system.
  • Linux support of logical partitioning is limited to static LPAR. Dynamic LPAR is not supported.
  • Additional information about Linux running on pSeries systems, can be found at:
  • Only features supported on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for iSeries and pSeries systems can be ordered as part of the Linux Ready Express Configurations. Other features supported on AIX V5.1 or AIX V5.2 can be ordered via MES.
  • Certain external machine types supported on the pSeries 650 require that specific I/O adapters be installed in the system. If those I/O adapters are not supported by SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for iSeries and pSeries systems, or later, the external machine types cannot be ordered on the initial order. The configurator will produce a validation error and the configurator user will have to remove the external machine type from the initial order.
  • Some functions provided by AIX V5.1 and AIX V5.2 are not available when the pSeries 650 system is used with Linux only. Graphics adapter capability and support is limited at this time.
  • For additional information on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server, visit:

Planning Information

Cable Orders: No additional cables are required.

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 (ICA).

IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts and used parts. In some cases, the hardware product may have been previously installed. Regardless, IBM's warranty terms apply.

MES Discount Applicable: Equal to the volume commitment discount

Field-Installable Feature: Yes

Warranty Period: One year

Customer Setup: No

Exception: CSU = Yes for feature #6431 on 7311-D10

Licensed Machine Code: Same license terms and conditions as designated machine

IBM Electronic Services

IBM has transformed its delivery of hardware and software support services to put you on the road to higher systems availability. Electronic Services is a Web-enabled solution that provides an exclusive, no-additional-charge enhancement to the service and support on the IBM eServer™. You should benefit from greater system availability due to faster problem resolution and preemptive monitoring. Electronic Services comprises two separate but complementary elements: IBM Electronic Services news page and IBM Electronic Service Agent™.

The Electronic Services news page is a single Internet entry point that replaces the multiple entry points traditionally used to access IBM Internet services and support. Using the news page enables you to gain easier access to IBM resources for assistance in resolving technical problems.

The Electronic Service Agent is a no-additional charge software that resides on your system to proactively monitor events and transmit system inventory information to IBM on a periodic customer-defined timetable. The IBM Electronic Service Agent tracks system inventory, hardware error logs, and performance information. If the server is under a current IBM maintenance service agreement or within the IBM warranty period, the Service Agent automatically reports hardware problems to IBM. Early knowledge about potential problems enables IBM to provide proactive service that maintains higher system availability and performance. In addition, information collected through the Service Agent will be made available to IBM service support representatives when they help answer your questions or diagnosing problems.

To learn how IBM Electronic Services can work for you, visit:

Prices

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.

                                                   Initial/
                                                   MES/
                                  Feature Purchase Both/         RP
Description                Model  Number  Price    Support  CSU  MES
 
Machine Type 7014
 
Suite Attach Kit for        T00   6105   $   375   Both     No   No
 1.8 Meter Rack (White)
Rack Security Kit           T00   6580       180   Both     No   No
                            T42              180   Both     No   No
 
Machine Type 7038
 
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm          6M2   3273     1,666   Both     No   No
 Ultra3 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
73.4 GB 10,000 rpm          6M2   3274     2,582   Both     No   No
 Ultra3 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
Internal Cable, Media       6M2   4261        25   Both     No   No
 Backplane To Ultra3 SCSI
 Backplane (4-Pack)
Internal Cable Assembly     6M2   4262       475   Both     No   No
 for Split Backplane
Internal Cable, Integrated  6M2   4264        75   Both     No   No
 Controller To Media
 Backplane
External Cable For Split    6M2   4265       135   Both     No   No
 Backplane
RIO-2 Remote I/O Loop       6M2   6415     1,000   Both     No   No
 Adapter, Primary
RIO-2 Remote I/O Loop       6M2   6416       900   Both     No   No
 Adapter, Secondary
Split SCSI Backplane for    6M2   6579     1,500   Both     No   No
 Hot-swap Disks
 (Split 4-pack)
RIO-2 Enabled System Planar 6M2   6581     3,800   MES      No   No
Two Processor Activation    6M2   7011    17,063   Both     No   No
 for CUoD Processor
 Feature #7014
On/Off CoD 30-Day Two       6M2   7013     5,688   Both     No   No
 Processor Activation for
 Processor Feature #7014
 
                                                   Initial/
                                                   MES/
                                  Feature Purchase Both/         RP
Description                Model  Number  Price    Support  CSU  MES
 
2-Way 1.45 GHz POWER4 CUoD  6M2   7014   $ 9,188   Both     No   No
 Processor Card, 0-Way
 Active
4096 MB CUoD Memory         6M2   7052     5,720   Both     No   No
 Activation for Feature #7057
4096 MB CUoD Memory         6M2   7053     5,991   Both     No   No
 Activation for Feature #7058
4096 MB (4 x 1024 MB) DIMMs,6M2   7057     3,080   Both     No   No
 CUoD, 0 MB Active
8192 MB (4 x 2048 MB) DIMMs,6M2   7058     6,451   Both     No   No
 CUoD, 0 MB Active
RIO-2 Enablement Indicator, 62M   9581        NC   Initial
 
Machine Type 7039
 
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm Ultra3   651   3273     2,000   Both     No   No
 SCSI Disk Drive Assembly
73.4 GB 10,000 rpm Ultra3   651   3274     3,100   Both     No   No
 SCSI Disk Drive Assembly
 
Machine Type 7311
 
RIO-2 Remote I/O Loop       D10   6431       900   Both     Yes  No
 Adapter

The following are features already announced for the RS/6000® 7014 machine type:

Side Panel For 1.8 or 2.0   T00   6099       200   Both     No   No
 Meter Rack (White)

                                                  Feature
Description                        Model          Number     MMMC(1)
 
Machine Type 7038
 
Two Processor Activation for       6M2            7011          $117
 CUoD Processor Feature #7014
 
On/Off CoD 30-Day Two Processor    6M2            7013             0
 Activation for Processor
 Feature #7014
 
2-Way 1.45 GHz POWER4 CUoD         6M2            7014            64
 Processor Card, 0-Way Active
1
Minimum Monthly Maintenance Charge

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Trademarks

 
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