7060-H30 IBM System 390 Multiprise 3000 Enterprise Server Model H30

IBM United States Sales Manual
Revised:  August 13, 2013.

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Type Model Announced Available Marketing Withdrawn Service Discontinued
7060-H30 1999/09/201999/09/30 2003/12/312012/12/31

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Abstract

The IBM 7060 S/390 Multiprise 3000 Enterprise Server enables you to fully exploit the most advanced S/390 applications and expand your overall capacity while reducing operating costs all at a lower price than existing S/390 Multiprise Servers. This powerful addition to the IBM Multiprise family provides e-business processing enhancements including collaborative computing, e-commerce, enterprise resource planning, and application development. The Multiprise 3000 is an ideal platform for developing client/server applications. Replacing existing S/370 or S/390 processors with a Multiprise 3000 can be implemented because the Multiprise 3000 runs all existing S/390 applications and attaches to a number of I/O devices and control units currently supported by S/390. This cost-effective member of the Multiprise family can act as a server or a client within the LAN/WAN environment. Savings are the direct result of lower processor and DASD maintenance, energy, connectivity and environmental costs.

The Multiprise 3000 incorporates internal Serial Storage Architecture (SSA) RAID-5 DASD, up to 4 GB of memory, and integrated battery back-up units. It features Enterprise Systems Connection (ESCON)(TM) and parallel adapters as well as PCI/ISA slots for connection to a wide variety of peripheral devices. Up to 216 GB of usable DASD resides within the base processor. If additional storage capacity is required, two expansion frames ( each up to 288 GB of useable DASD) may be attached. The Multiprise 3000 supports most current levels of OS/390(TM), VM/ESA(R), and VSE/ESA(TM).

The S/390 Multiprise 3000 processors and upgrades come with an IBM S/390 Satisfaction Guarantee.

Model Abstract 7060-H30

The IBM 7060 Model H30 has a 1GB H30 Memory Unit.
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Highlights

Get additional capacity to implement the latest S/390 applications and reduce operating costs with the lower-priced IBM S/390 Multiprise 3000 Enterprise Server.

The Multiprise 3000 offers:

  • Lower operating costs
  • LAN/WAN connectivity as server or client
  • Reference publications provided via the Internet
  • Internal Coupling (IC) Channel
  • Year 2000 Support

The Multiprise 3000 is designed for maximum capacity and flexibility.

  • 3 easily-configured models with 1, 2 or 4 GB memory
  • Internal S/390 I/O and DASD subsystem
  • 792 GB of usable internal RAID-5 storage with expansion frames
  • 56 ESCON and/or parallel channels with expansion frames
  • Industry standard PCI/ISA slots
  • Integrated battery back-up units

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Description

This cost-effective S/390 server offers significant enhancements to the business enterprise. Its features include an integrated processor and memory card, internal SSA RAID-5 DASD, industry standard PCI/ISA connections, parallel channel adapters, and ESCON channel adapters. This provides customers with a S/390(TM) platform to enable their applications, replace their S/370(TM) and S/390 processors, and/or provide application servers in a single system unit.

The S/390 Multiprise 3000 enterprise server provide the standard S/390 architecture described in the ESA/390 Principles of Operation, SA22-7201. In addition, the following facilities are supported: Compression, Expanded Storage, Expanded Sorting, Move Page (Facility 2), Access-List-Controlled Protection, Address-Limit Checking, Broadcasted Purging, Cancel I/O, Subspace Group, Compare Until Substring Equal, Incorrect-Length-Indication Suppression, Interpretative Execution, Move Inverse, MVS Assists (add Functional Recovery Routine, SVC Assist, Obtain Local Lock, Release Local Lock, Obtain CMS Lock, Release CMS Lock), Program-Event Recording 2, PER Extensions, Private Space, Set Address Space Control Fast, Square Root, Storage-Protection Override, String Instructions, Suppression on Protection, SIE I/O Assist, Called space identification facility, Branch-and-set-Authority Facility, Checksum facility and Compare-and-move-extended facility.

Base Processor and Expansion Frames Configuration, and Features Integrated in the base processor configuration of the Multiprise 3000 are the following:

  • N+1 Power

  • One processor-memory card
    • A uni-processor, SAP, and 1GB - Model H30
    • A uni-processor, SAP, and 2GB - Model H50
    • A dyadic-processor, SAP, and 4GB - Model H70

  • Four PCI adapter slots

  • Three ISA adapter slots

  • Twelve Parallel and/or ESCON adapter slots

  • Differential SCSI Adapter slot for attachments to 3490 Model F01 Tape Drive

  • 14GB of usable emulated DASD

  • 16 slots for up to 216GB of usable DASD

  • Integrated 100/10 Mbps PCI Ethernet

  • 4-mm DDS-3 DAT tape drive

  • One CD-ROM and one diskette drive

Integrated in the first expansion frame configuration of the Multiprise 3000 are the following:

  • 20 slots for up to 288GB of usable DASD
  • 16 Slots for ESCON and/or Parallel Channel Adapters

Integrated in the second expansion frame configuration of the Multiprise 3000 are the following:

  • 20 slots for up to 288GB of useable DASD

Features available for the Multiprise 3000 are:

  • SSA RAID-5 DASD (18.2 GB Drives Available)
  • ESCON(R) Channel Adapters (2 ports per card)
  • Parallel Channel Adapters (2 ports per card)
  • Integrated Back-up Battery
  • TKE
  • Cryptographic Co-processor
  • Hardware Management Console (HMC)
  • Token Ring Adapter
  • Ethernet Adapter
  • WAC RS-232 Adapter
  • WAC V.35 Adapter
  • WAC X.21 Adapter
  • MultiPort Model 2 Adapter
  • Differential SCSI Adapter

Note: When all twelve ESCON or Parallel slots are occupied by ESCON/Parallel, there are only two ISA slots available and no PCI slots available. For each PCI adapter plugged up to a maximum of four, there is a reduction of one ESCON/Parallel adapter (each ESCON/Parallel adapter has two channels). If the differential SCSI adapter and/or a ISA card (slot 20) is plugged, the number of ESCON/Parallel adapters that can be plugged is reduced by one each.

When the maximum DASD is installed in the base processor frame, you will have 216 GB of usable storage and 72GB reserved for RAID-5 parity and spare support. In order to obtain more than 216GB of usable storage, customers should consider attaching expansion frames or other peripheral devices. Each expansion frame may contain 288GB of DASD. All storage drives may be 'hot swapped.'

Customers desiring direct access to S/390(TM) DASD may implement this attachment using the ESCON(R) channel and parallel channel adapter. This feature will also permit connection to many other supported I/O devices and control units. The parallel cards permit customers to connect to many types of parallel devices, such as tape media, printers, and communications controllers. Customers should consult with Business Partners to ensure ESCON(R) or parallel channel adapter support is available for the devices which they are considering.

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.

Replacement Processor

Users of S/390(TM) general-purpose processors can gain substantial savings by moving to this attractively priced technology now. Many customers with existing S/390 hardware and software are participating in the Local Area Network (LAN) environment. The Multiprise 3000 addresses business needs by providing the opportunity to replace these existing systems and to grow in the future, while continuing to use S/390 applications and skills. Instead of porting S/370 applications to a new platform, the Multiprise 3000 allows for easy upgrades to the classic S/390 strengths. Thus, applications do not have to be moved to an entirely new platform lacking the S/390's advantages. In most cases you can continue to connect to existing tapes and printers with the parallel connection, or utilize the ESCON feature to connect to new devices as well as those which could not be connected in the past.

This system is a possible replacement for older IBM S/370 and S/390 processors (43XX, 9371, 9373, 9375, 9377, 9221, 9121, 2003, 3000, some 9021 and some 9672) depending on your requirements. Many customers in this group continue to run older, non-ESA software. By replacing S/370 systems with the Multiprise 3000, you can take advantage of the latest technology, including S/390 ESA software, while retaining current skills. The S/390 software provides complete Year 2000 support. Non-ESA software and S/370 mode are not supported.

Substantial savings may be achieved through lower maintenance costs on both the processor and DASD, lower energy costs, lower connectivity costs, and lower environmental costs. These potential benefits are derived from integrated disk characteristics with their high-reliability, low-power requirements, LAN connectivity, and CMOS technologies.

Application Server

Application servers have a variety of client/server usages. Some examples are:

  • A distributed server with additional or legacy applications
  • A distributed server with a single function, such as file serving or print serving
  • A server packaged with a solution provider's application (S/390)

This application server is ideal for a department or small business, because it can run S/390 applications for the Multiprise 3000 unchanged. These offerings allow remote locations to run (some unattended), while providing remote users with data and consistent business applications across the enterprise. In addition, these application servers solve business needs by bringing specific workloads into LAN environments. The results include improved productivity, local control, and reduced telecommunication costs.

The Multiprise 3000 can participate as a server or client in an existing LAN with access to host data. As a client, it can seamlessly participate in any LAN environment. As a server, the Multiprise 3000 can run the appropriate LAN functions associated with S/390, depending on customer workload. This choice allows customers flexibility and availability while also satisfying the need to integrate business solutions with consistent applications.

Application Development

The S/390 Multiprise 3000 Server is a cost-effective platform used to develop client/server applications in the S/390 environment. This processor is ideal for application development teams in coupling environments (IC). It exploits the productivity of S/390 development tools and provides immediate access to the real S/390 architecture for testing and debugging applications.

Developers can use S/390 3GL and 4GL tools and object-oriented technology to shorten the development cycle for S/390(TM) environments. When the Multiprise 3000 becomes a dedicated resource for development and testing, it can use the same tools as the host, thereby increasing the availability of the host production system, eliminating dependencies on the host, and reducing risks to the production system.

The Multiprise 3000 is an ideal platform for identifying and developing necessary changes without impacting the host system. The time-of-day (TOD) on the Multiprise 3000 is easily changed. The result is a dedicated platform for date-reliant testing of system applications.
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Product Positioning

S/390 Multiprise 3000 enterprise server provides greater performance than the existing S/390 Multiprise server at a lower price.

For new workloads, many customers will receive great benefits from the installation of a S/390 Multiprise 3000 enterprise server. They will be able to reduce the operating costs of their S/390 environment while simultaneously gaining the additional capacity they require to start implementing new and exciting applications now available on the S/390 platform. S/390 information.

Capacity Planning for Existing and New Workloads

The Multiprise 3000 provides extra capacity to grow with new workloads. The Multiprise 3000 offers double the capacity at the manufacturer's suggested list price when compared to previous equivalent systems. This means that the Multiprise 3000 can support your existing environment, with capacity increases due to normal business growth, plus have additional capacity available for new workloads.

For example, if a customer has a Multiprise 2000 model 207 supporting their current environment of IMS work executing under OS/390, the Multiprise 3000 model H30 (the entry of the 3 models) can support the existing IMS environment with a 10% growth rate over 3 years, plus have additional capacity available to support 500 web connections per second.

The following are representative examples of the Multiprise 3000 capabilities.

     Existing Environment   |           New Environment
---------------------------   ----------------------------------
 VSE Executing CICS Work    |   H30 Executing      PLUS up to
  Utilizing a 9221-211      |    all of the         60 Baan
                            |   Existing Work    Reference Users
----------------------------------------------------------------
    VM Work Utilizing       |   H50 Executing      PLUS up to
       a 9221-211           |    all of the      640 Lotus Notes
                            |   Existing Work     Active Users
----------------------------------------------------------------
 OS/390 Executing IMS Work  |   H70 Executing      PLUS up to
  Utilizing a 9672-R52      |    all of the         270 SAP
                            |   Existing Work    Stress Test Users
----------------------------------------------------------------
 

For information related to your specific environment please visit the easy to use Multiprise 3000 web capacity planning tool at the following URL http://www.ibm.com/s390/multiprise3000/.

IBM ResourceLink

IBM ResourceLink is new way of providing information to customers and Business partners. It will provide all of the hardware and software information for the Multiprise 3000 Enterprise Server - - including planning, education, product documentation, product service, discussion, two way communication with IBM and a project workroom. It will have links to PartnerCommerce which is an e-commerce web-enabled application that allows business partners to place orders over the web.

The advantage of using IBM ResourceLink to provide information to our customers is the personalization and customization based on each customer order. ResourceLink supplies only information that customers need to plan for and use their IBM products. The profile area allows customers to request information about products that can be used with their existing IBM systems.

After placing an order, the customer is given a user ID and password to access a customized site. Business Partners are given access to a customized site based on the hardware and software ordered. Once the order is placed, both customers and Business Partners can administer access to members of their organizations.

To check out IBM ResourceLink see http://www.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink.
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Models

Model Summary Matrix

Model Memory Unit
H30 H30 1 GB

Customer Setup (CSU)

None.

Devices Supported

SUPPORTED OEMI/PARALLEL I/O DEVICES

The following I/O devices and control units are supported for attachment to the IBM OEMI/parallel channel interface.

DIRECT ACCESS STORAGE DEVICE (DASD) CONTROLLERS              BLOCK   BYTE
------------------------------------------------------       -----   ----
3880 - 001,002,003          Storage Controller                 X
3880 - 011,013,021,023      Storage Controller                 X
3990 - 001,002,003,006      Storage Controller                 X
3995 - 131,132,151,153      Optical Library Dataserver         X
3995 - 133,153              Optical Library Dataserver         X
3995 - C32,C34,C36,C38      Optical Library Dataserver         X
9341 - A02                  Storage Controller                 X
9343 - C02,C04,CC2,CC4      Storage Controller                 X
9393 - 002                  RAMAC Virtual Array                X
9394 - 001,002,003          RAMAC Array Subsystem              X
9395 - B13, B23             RAMAC 2 Array Subsystem            X
9396 - 001, 002, 200        RAMAC 2 Scalable Array Storage     X
9397 - A01                  RAMAC Electronic Array Controller  X
9397 - A02                  RAMAC Electronic Array Storage 2   X
 
MAGNETIC TAPE UNITS                                          BLOCK   BYTE
--------------------------  -----------------------          -----   ----
3480 - A11,A22              Magnetic Tape Subsystem            X
3490 - A01,A02,A10,A20      Magnetic Tape Subsystem            X
3490 - C1A,C2A,C10,C11,C22  Magnetic Tape Subsystem            X
3490 - D31,D32,D41,D42      Magnetic Tape Subsystem            X
3494 - L10                  Tape Library Dataserver            X
 
PRINTERS                                                     BLOCK   BYTE
-----------------------     -----------------------------    -----   ----
3160 - 001                  Advanced Function Printer          X
3800 - 001,003,006          Printing Subsystem                 X
3820 - 001                  Page Printer                       X
3825 - 001                  Page Printer                       X
3827 - 001                  Page Printer                       X
3828 - 001                  Page Printer                       X
3835 - 001,002              Page Printer                       X
3900 - DW1,DW2,D01,D02,     Duplex Printing System             X
       0W1,0W3,001
4000 - IS1,IS2,ID1,ID2      InfoPrint 4000                     X
4000 - IR1,IR2              InfoPrint 4000                     X
4370 - 002,003              InfoPrint 62 Continuous Forms      X
 
MISCELLANEOUS                                                BLOCK   BYTE
--------------------------  ----------------------------     -----   ----
3088 - 0A1,001,002          Multisys. Channel Comm. Unit       X
3172 - 001,003              Interconnect Controller            X
3174 - 11L,21L, 21H         Establishment Controller           X      X
3745 - 130,170              Communications Controller          X      X
3745 - 210,310,410,610      Communications Controller          X      X
3814 - A01,A02,A03,A04      Switching Management System        X      X
6098 - 001                  Control Unit                       X
7013 - All Models           RS/6000                            X
7015 - All Models           RS/6000                            X
9035 - 002                  ESCON Converter Model 2            X
9076 SP1, SP2 - All Models  Power Parallel Systems             X
 

SUPPORTED ESCON I/O DEVICES

The following I/O devices and control units are supported for attachment to the ESCON channel.

DIRECT ACCESS STORAGE DEVICE (DASD) CONTROLLERS
-------------------------------------------------------------
3990 - 002,003,006          Storage Controller
3995 - 133                  Optical Library Dataserver
3995 - C32,C34,C36,C38      Optical Library Dataserver
9343 - D04,DC4              Storage Controller
9390 - 001,002              RAMAC 3 Array Storage Control
9393 - 002                  RAMAC Virtual Array
9393 - T42, T82             RAMAC Virtual Array 2 Turbo
9394 - 001,002,003          RAMAC Array Subsystem
9395 - B13, B23             RAMAC 2 Array Subsystem
9396 - 001, 002, 200        RAMAC 2 Scalable Array Storage
9397 - A01                  RAMAC Electronic Array Controller
9397 - A02                  RAMAC Electronic Array Storage 2
 
MAGNETIC TAPE UNITS
---------------------------------------------------
3490 - A01,A02,A10,A20      Magnetic Tape Subsystem
3490 - C1A,C2A,C10,C11,C22  Magnetic Tape Subsystem
3490 - D31,D32,D41,D42      Magnetic Tape Subsystem
3494 - B16                  Virtual Tape Server
3494 - L10,L12,L14          Tape Library Dataserver
3590 - A00,A50              Magstar Tape Subsystem
3591 - A01                  High Performance Tape Control Unit
 
MISCELLANEOUS
----------------------------------------------------------
3172 - 001,003              Interconnect Controller
3174 - 12L, 22L             Establishment Controller
3745 - 17A,21A,31A,41A,61A  Communications Controller
3746 - 950                  Nways Multiprotocol Controller
3900 - DW1,DW2,D01,D02,     Duplex Printing System
       0W1,0W3
4000 - IS1,IS2,ID1,ID2      InfoPrint 4000
4000 - IR1,IR2              InfoPrint 4000
 
7013 - All Models           RS/6000
7015 - All Models           RS/6000
9032 - 002,003              ESCON Director
9033 - 001,004              ESCON Director
9034 - 001                  ESCON Converter
9036 - 001,002              ESCON Remote Channel Extender
9076 SP1, SP2, All Models   Power Parallel Systems
9729 - 001                  9279 Optical Wavelength Division Multiplexor
 

In the event that an IBM I/O device or control unit is not listed for attachment to the IBM OEMI (parallel) channel interface or the ESCON (Enterprise Systems Connection) channel interface, the following statement applies.

IBM devices previously attached to IBM S/370 or S/390 systems are supported for attachment to S/390 Server parallel or ESCON channels, unless noted by RPQ 8P1804. The subject I/O devices must meet OEMI or ESCON architecture requirements to be supported. Prerequisite Engineering Change Levels may be required. For further detail, 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

None.
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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


IBM System/390(TM) is offering the availability of the IBM S/390 Multiprise 3000 Server. This server contains a CMOS processor card, internal SSA RAID-5 DASD, 12 I/O slots for ESCON, Parallel and/or PCI adapters and 3 ISA slots. The CMOS processor card has one to two CMOS processors, a System Assist Processor (SAP), up to 4GB memory, and a PCI interface chip. A battery unit, ESCON, parallel, PCI and ISA adapters are available as features.Expansion frames are available to increase the amount of DASD and the number of ESCON and Parallel channels. The first expansion frame provides an additional 20 DASD and 16 channel slots. The second frame provides only 20 additional DASD. CMOS chip along with the Licensed Internal Code (LIC) executes a full a S/390 instruction set,and OS/390, VM/ESA and VSE/ESA applications. The I/O and service processor (IOSP) is provided by an processor with an L1 cache of 32KB, L2 cache of 512MB, and 128MB of memory. The IOSP memory may used to emulate the S/390 Expanded Storage.

The S/390 Multiprise 3000 Server provides the standard S/390 architecture described in the ESA/390 Principles of Operation, SA22-7201. In addition, the following facilities are supported : Compression, Expanded Storage, Expanded Sorting, Move Page (Facility 2), Access-List-Controlled Protection, Address-Limit Checking, Broadcasted Purging, Cancel I/O, Subspace Group, Compare Until Substring Equal, Incorrect-Length-Indication Suppression, Interpretative Execution, Move Inverse, MVS Assists (add Functional Recovery Routine, SVC Assist, ObtainLocal Lock, Release Local Lock, Obtain CMS Lock, Release CMS Lock), Program-Event Recording 2, PER Extensions, Private Space, Set Address Space Control Fast, Square Root, Storage-Protection Override, String Instructions, Suppression on Protection, SIE I/O Assist, Called space identification facility, Branch-and-set-Authority Facility, Checksum facility, Compare-and-move-extended facility, PR/SM Concurrent PR/SM Maintenance, Dynamic Reconfiguration Management, Vector Facility, Expanded VF Instructions, Asynchronous Pageout Facility, ICRF, and Asynchronous Data Mover Facility, PR/SM and Internal Coupling 1 for Sysplex, Integrated Coupling Migration Facility.

Unsupported S/390 functions are: Parallel Sysplex, Coupling Links, Sysplex, and Sysplex Timer (ETR).

Note: S/370 mode is not supported.

Physical Specifications

  • Width: 520 mm (20.0 in)

  • Depth: 1110 mm (43.0 in)

  • Height: 819 mm (31.5 in)

  • Weight: Base Frame: 236kg maximum, 173kg minimum (520lbs maximum, 380lbs mimimum).

  • I/O and DASD Expansion Frame: 232kg maximum, 166kg minimum, (510lbs maximum, 365lbs minimum).

  • Dasd Expansion Frame: 222kg maximum, 155kg minimum (490lbs maximum, 340lbs minimum).

  • I/O Expansion Frame: 191kg maximum, 157kg minimum (420lbs maximum, 345lbs minimum).

Operating Environment

  • Temperature: 10 to 40 degrees C ( 50 to 104 degrees F)

  • Relative Humidity: 8 to 80 %

  • Wet Bulb: 27 C (80.6F) (Class C)

  • Electrical Power: 1.32 KVA

  • Capacity of Exhaust: 250 cfm/min, 500 cfm/min Max

  • Acoustical Noise Emission Level: Category 2E, LWAu (Operating) = 6.8B, LWAu (Idling) = 6.6B

  • Leakage and Starting Current: 200 milliamps / 25 Ampere (Peak)

Limitations

FBA DASD devices are only supported in emulated mode using the SE three 9G DASD drives. 14GB of the DASD is customer usable capacity.

Tape read backwards commands are not supported on emulated devices like the 3480 on 4mm DAT.

S/370 mode is not supported.

Emulated 3174 and 3274 supported only in a non-SNA DFT mode.

Hardware Requirements

  • S/390 Multiprise 3000 Server

    The Multiprise 3000 brings significant enhancements to the business enterprise segment of the server market. Integrating the processor card, internal SSA DASD, PCI/ISA connections, parallel channel adapters, and ESCON(R) channel adapters provide customers with a new S/390(TM) platform for enabling their applications, replacing S/370(TM) processors, providing application servers and/or new entry servers. Here are the highlights of the base processor frame:

    • N+1 Power

    • 1GB to 4GB of Memory

    • Four PCI adapter slots

    • Three ISA adapter slots

    • Twelve Parallel and/or ESCON adapter slots

    • Differential SCSI Adapter slot for attachments to 3490 Model F01 Tape Drive

    • 16 slots for up to 216GB of usable DASD

    • Integrated 100/10 Mbps PCI Ethernet

    • 4-mm DDS-3 DAT tape provided only for software installation and service. S/390 PTFs are shipped on this medium.

    • One CD-ROM and one diskette drive provided only for software installation and service.

    Integrated in the first expansion frame configuration of the Multiprise 3000 are the following:

    • 20 slots for up to 288GB of usable DASD
    • 20 slots for up to 288GB of usable DASD

    Integrated in the second expansion frame configuration of the Multiprise 3000 are the following:

    • 20 slots for up to 288GB of usable DASD

    Features available for the Multiprise 3000 are:

    • SSA RAID-5 DASD (18.2GB Drives Available)
    • ESCON (R) Channel Adapters
    • Parallel Channel Adapters
    • Integrated Back-up Battery
    • TKE
    • Triple DES
    • Cryptographic Processor
    • Hardware Maintenance Console (HMC)
    • Token Ring Adapter
    • Ethernet Adapter
    • WAC RS-232 Adapter
    • WAC V.35 Adapter
    • WAC X.21 Adapter
    • MultiPort Model 2 Adapter
    • Differential SCSI Adapter

  • Relevant Planning Information

    • The following DASD volume types and devices are supported:

      • CKD - 3330, 3350 and 3375 devices

      • ECKD(TM) - 3390 Models 1,2, 3 and 9, 3380 Models E, J and K, and 9345 devices

      • FBA support for these device types 3370, 3310, 0671-4, 9332, 9335, 9336-10 and FB-512 is available only in an emulated mode using the three 9G drives supporting the SE.

    • In the base processor unit, there are up to twelve slots available for ESCON and Parallel adapters. Four of the twelve slots for ESCON and parallel may be occupied by standard PCI cards. One slot may be occupied by a standard ISA card. If one installs either an ISA or PCI adapter the number of ESCON/Parallel cards that may be installed is reduced by that the number of PCI/ISA cards installed in the designated ESCON and/or parallel plug locations. The maximum number of token ring adapters that may be installed is four and the maximum of ethernet is three. It must be noted that the base configuration already contains one integrated ethernet adapter. The combination of ethernet and token ring adapters may not exceed four adapters. If the differential SCSI adapter and/or an ISA card (in slot 20) is plugged, the number of ESCON/Parallel adapters that can be plugged is reduced by one each.

    • Internal Disk uses a disk cache with a user selectable size from 32MB to 2GB. This cache is allocated from the S/390 memory on the processor memory card.

    • When considering DASD planning, please note the following;
                      Emulated I/O  Base Frame   Expansion 1   Expansion 2
                      ------------  ----------   -----------   -----------
      Min/Max Drives    3 / 3        0 / 16         0 / 20       6 / 20
      Min / Max GB
       - Physical     27GB/27GB     0GB/291GB    0GB/364GB    109GB/364GB
       - Usable       14GB/14GB     0GB/216GB    0GB/288GB     72GB/288GB
      1st Increment    3 x 9.1GB    6 x 18.2GB   6 x 18.2GB    6 x 18.2GB
      Increments         N/A        5 x 18.2GB   7 x 18.2GB    7 x 18.2GB
       
      

      Note: 1) There is no requirement to place any DASD in expansion frame #1. Some customers may expand into this frame due to channel requirements. The minimum represents the initial increment when expanding into frame #2.

      Note: 2) With the exceptions of the Min/Max GB line, the amount of DASD described is physical not usable capacity.

    • In planning the number of HMC features, it should be noted that they require the dedicated use of a PCI adapter. It should be noted that the HMC features require the dedicated use of one or two PCI adapters. These are included in the total system limit of 4 PCI adapters.

    • Subject to availability of ISA slots, there are planning ground rules that must be observed. The maximum number of MultiPort Model/2 cards that may be installed is two. Wide Area Connection cards (WAC) with a V.35, RS-232, or X.21 EIB may installed in each of the three ISA slots. One of the three ISA slots is designated as a potential ESCON or parallel adapter slots.

    • Refer to IBM Corporate Bulletin C-B 2-4700-009, dated 1992-08, when ordering and planning the install of power line cords for the Multiprise 3000. The Sales Manual outlines the available cords with figure numbers listed in the corporate bulletin.

    • A printer does not come with the Multiprise 3000. S/390 channel- attached printers are supported using either the S/390 Parallel Channel Adapter or the S/390 Serial (ESCON) Channel Adapter. LAN printers are supported via TCP/IP attachment.

    • If the customer requires the attachment of a SCSI tape drive, the IBM 3490-F01 36/18 track cartridge tape drive may be attached using a differential SCSI adapter feature. When this adapter is installed, the number of ESCON/Parallel adapters is reduced by one.

    • Internal coupling (IC) channels are supported.

    • Communications with the host system can be established via SNA or TCP/IP connections.

    • Emulated 3174 and 3274 is available only in a non-SNA DFT mode.

Software Requirements

  • OS/390(TM), VM/ESA(R), and VSE/ESA(TM) operating systems and their associated S/390 products are available for the S/390 Multiprise 3000 Server. S/370 mode is not supported.

    • OS/390 Version 1.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 and 2.8

    • VM/ESA Version 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4 with PTFs UQ90016, UQ90017, UQ90019, UQ90020, UM29412, UM29417, and UM29422,

    • VSE/ESA Version 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4 with PTF for APAR DY45179

  • The best S/390 software load option for the end-user customer is determined by the customer and Solution Provider.

    • Using an IBM service
      • Customized Solutions
      • System Pacs
      • Availability Center service

    • Using a Business Partner-Solution Provider's service

  • Year 2000 Ready

    The Multiprise 3000, when used in accordance with its associated documentation, is capable of correctly processing, providing and/or receiving date data within and between the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, provided that all products (for example, hardware, software and firmware) used with the Product properly exchange accurate date data within.

    The following are Year 2000 ready operating systems:

    • OS/390 1.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 and 2.8
    • VM.ESA 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4
    • VSE/ESA 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4

  • Software Preloads

    When ordering OS/390 Application Base Preload (feature code 7000) or OS/390 Workload Transition Preload Offering (feature code 7001), please order the following software products and feature codes.

    • 5647-A01 Feature 5802: OS/390 V2R6 Base (US English)
    • 5647-A01 Feature 5600: OS/390 V2R6 Release Identifier
    • 5647-A01 Feature 5031: OS/390 V2R6 Security Server Feature
    • 5655-A46: JAVA for OS/390 (JDK 1.1.6)
    • No program number: Service Update Facility (SUF 2.1.2 - a service tool)

    When ordering the S/390 Multiprise 3000 H30 processor for use with the S/390 Application Development Solution, the following must be specified at a minimum:

    • Machine type 7060, model type H30
    • Feature number 7003 (quantity 1) for the S/390 Application Development Solution preload
    • Feature number 2109 (quantity 6) for 18.2 GB SSA DASD (this is the required amount of DASD to contain the preloaded software, more DASD may be ordered)
    • Feature number 0013 (quantity 1) for H30 processor without crypto, or feature number 0003 (quantity 1) for H30 processor with crypto
    • Feature number 2805 (quantity 1) Monitor, Small
    • Feature number 1540 (quantity 1) for ESCON Adapter Card (one ESCON channel is required to load the S390ADS preloaded software, additional channels can be ordered)
    • For LAN connectivity (support for workstation communications), either or both of the following is required based on customer configuration requirements:
      • Feature number 4000 (quantity 2) for Token Ring Hardware
      • Feature number 4001 (quantity 1) for Ethernet Hardware

    The following NLS features are included, but not enabled.

    • 5647-A01 Feature 6728 Brazilian Portuguese
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6794 Canadian French
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6701 Danish
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6746 Dutch
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6755 French
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6704 German
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6713 Italian
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6768 Japanese
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6094 Upper Case English
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6749 Korean
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6737 Norwegian
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6716 Spanish
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6740 Swedish
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6725 Swiss German
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6743 Simplified Chinese
    • 5647-A01 Feature 6752 Traditional Chinese

Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability

S/390 Multiprise 3000 enterprise server offers high levels of reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) with the following capabilities.

Reliability

  • High-reliability technology components
  • Parts integration to reduce the number of parts in machine

Availability

  • Enhanced Processor Design

    The Central Processor contains dual Instruction / Execution Units, that operate simultaneously. Results are compared, and in the event of a miscompare, Instruction Retry is invoked. This design simplifies checking, and virtually eliminates CP failures due to soft errors.

  • Fault Tolerant Design

    Fault tolerant design allows hardware recovery to be performed, in most cases, totally transparent to customer operation and eliminates the need for a repair action or defers a repair action to a convenient time scheduled by the customer.

  • Error Correction Code (ECC)

    Memory error checking and correction code detects and corrects single bit errors. Also, because of the memory structure design, errors due to single memory chip failure are corrected.

  • Dynamic Memory Sparing

    Memory cards are equipped with spare memory chips. During normal operations, the system monitors and records accumulation of failing bits in memory that are corrected by Error Correction Code (ECC). Before a failure threshold is reached, which could result in an error that cannot be corrected, the system invokes a spare memory chip in place of the one with the accumulated failed bits. This action may prevent an unscheduled outage for replacement of the memory card.

  • LPAR Dynamic Storage Reconfiguration (DSR)

    PR/SM LPAR storage configuration can occur allowing non disruptive add or removal to any partition with a cooperating guest.

  • Enhanced LPAR Dynamic Storage Reconfiguration

    This capability removes the restriction of storage reconfiguration only being possible from an adjacent and above logical partition.

  • Subsystem Storage Protect

    Subsystem storage protection and subspace group facility support, for use CICS/ESA, prevents application software from overwriting CICS system soft control blocks, and address spaces.

  • Scrubbing Storage background scrubbing provides continuous monitoring of storage for correction of detected faults before the storage is used.

  • SSA RAID-5 Integrated DASD with concurrent maintenance

    SSA's bi-directional loop architecture provides data protection for critical applications by ensuring that a single cable failure will not prevent access to data. Should an SSA loop be broken, the RAID adapter continues to access devices on the loop segments. Once the path is restored, the adapter automatically reconfigures the system to return to normal operation. Should a disk fail, the concurrent maintenance capability allows the disk to be removed without disrupting access to data on the rest of the loop. Online rebuild which takes place in the background starts immediately when a device fails, using the hot spare drive which is available in each frame (base configuration and expansion frames). Once the failing part has been replaced, the replacement HDD becomes the new hot spare drive for this frame.

  • Predictive Failure Analysis

    The disk continuously performs predictive failure analysis (PFA), 3 and signals impending hardware failures to the SE, which can initiate service action requests. This allow one to replace a device before the failure occurs.

  • End-to-End Disk Data Protection

    When software writes a record, a corresponding CRC pattern is generated and recorded on disk next to the data. When the record is read again the CRC is used to validate the record data.

  • Dual Power Feeds

    The power system offers dual primary (AC) power feeds. Each feed is electrically isolated and enables redundant power paths.

    • N+1 Power Thermal Subsystem with Concurrent Maintenance

      The power subsystem is designed with N+1 redundancy. Failure of a power thermal component does not cause a system outage. Concurrent replacement of a failed component results in an avoidance of a planned outage.

    • Internal Battery Feature (IBF)

      The optional Internal Battery Feature provides backup input power. The feature is packaged internal to the machine. It can be used to provide additional protection from a power disruption.

  • Concurrent Hardware Maintenance

    Concurrent hardware maintenance allows the replacement of a failing unit concurrently with system operation. This function enhances the processor availability, since no outage is required for the repair action. Concurrent maintenance capability exists on the following:

    • Power Elements
    • Thermal Elements
    • Integrated DASD
    • Support Element DASD
    • Hardware Management Console

  • Concurrent Licensed Internal Code (LIC) Patch

    Concurrent Code Patch allow the activation of a patch concurrent with system operation thereby increasing the availability of the processor by reducing scheduled outage for LIC maintenance. This capability exist for code for following elements:

    • CP
    • IC
    • CFCC
    • SAP
    • LPAR
    • Power/Thermal
    • ESCON Channels
    • Parallel Channels
    • Hardware Management Console

    Not all patches are non disruptive, some patches require a complete system outage to apply and activate while others may only require a Power on Reset to activate.

Serviceability

These standard features that provide a high level of serviceability include:

  • Automatic error detection and fault isolation concurrent with system operation
  • Automatic remote support capability
  • High degree of concurrent maintenance capability in hardware and code
  • N+1 power status indicator

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Publications

The following technical publications are available on IBM Resource Link under Publications (http://www.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink). These will be not be shipped hard copy with the product.

                Title                           Order Number
--------------------------------------          ------------
API User's Guide                                 SC28-8141
Link Fault Isolation                             SY22-9533
Hardware Management Console Operations Guide     GC38-0602
Emulated Input/Output User's Guide and Reference GC38-0610
Internal Disk Subsystem Reference Guide          SA22-1025
Internal Disk Subsystem User's Guide             SA22-1026
Internal Tape Drive Operations Guide             SA24-3500
IOCP User's Guide                                GC38-0401
Maintenance Information for Fiber Optic Links    SY27-2597
Maintenance Information For Desktop Consoles     GC38-3115
Managing Your Processors                         GC38-0452
Parts Catalog                                    S123-7471
Problem Analysis Guide                           SY20-8801
PR/SM Planning Guide                             GA22-7236
Standalone IOCP User's Guide                     GC38-0458
Support Element Operations Guide                 GC38-0607
System Overview                                  GA22-1029
 

The following publications are shipped with the product:

                Title                           Order Number
--------------------------------------          ------------
Safety Inspection                                SY20-8802
Safety Notices                                   SY20-8803
Installation Manual                              SY24-6154
Service Guide                                    SY24-6155
 

For a current list of publications, contact your local IBM representative.
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Features
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Features - No Charge

Features

(#1750) LICC Ship Via Net Indicator

This feature code will be generated by the e-config tool on all orders which are requested to be shipped entirely over the network with no materials being shipped.

Line Cords

Description                              Code
-------------------------------------    ----
US/CN 110v 1800mm/5.9ft  (plug fig.4)    2550
US/CN 110v 4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.4)    2551
US/CN 220v 1800mm/5.9ft (plug fig.5)     2552
US/CN 220v 4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.5)    2553
US/CN 110v 1800mm/5.9ft (twist lock)     2554
US/CN 110v 4300mm/14.1ft (twist lock)    2555
US/CN 220v 1800mm/5.9ft (twist lock)     2556
US/CN 220v 4300mm/14.1ft (twist lock)    2557
China       4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.62)  2558
Europe      4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.18)  2559
Denmark     4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.19)  2560
Australia   4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.6 )  2561
South Africa4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.22)  2562
UK          4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.23)  2563
Japan       4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.59)  2564
Switzerland 4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.24)  2565
Italy       4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.25)  2566
Israel      4300mm/14.1ft (plug fig.32)  2567
 

Note: The countries listed above are provided to identify potential regional requirements. Please refer to IBM Corporate Bulletin C-B 2-4700-009, Dated 92-08, for the appropriate plug required for each customer or to next the chart for requesting the right line cords.

Power Cables for S/390 Multiprise 3000 Server

Feature   Sales Manual and
Code      Configurator
Number    Description             Used in these Countries
------    -----------------       -----------------------
2561      Australia 4300mm        Argentina, Australia,
                                  New Zealand, Papua,
                                  New Guinea, Paraguay, Uruguay,
                                  Western Samoa
 
2559      Europe 4300mm           Afghanistan, Algeria, Andorra, Angola,
                                  Austria, Belgium, Benin, Bulgaria,
                                  Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameron,
                                  Central African Rep., Chad,
                                  Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland,
                                  France, French Guinea, Germany, Greece,
                                  Guinea, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia,
                                  Iran, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Lebanon,
                                  Luxembourg, Macao, Malagasy, Mali,
                                  Mali, Martinique, Mauritania,
                                  Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique,
                                  Netherlands, New Caledonia, Niger,
                                  Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania,
                                  Senegal, Slovakia, Spain, Sudan,
                                  Sweden, Syria, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey,
                                  former USSR, Vietnam, former
                                  Yugoslavia, Zaire, Zimbabwe
 
2558      China 4300mm            China (PRC)
2560      Denmark 4300mm          Denmark
2562      South Africa 4300mm     Bangladesh, Burma, Pakistan,
                                  South Africa, Sri Lanka
 
2563      UK 4300mm               Antigua, Bahrain, Brunei, Channel
                                  Islands, Cyprus, Dubai, Fiji, Ghana,
                                  Hong Kong, India, Iraq, Ireland,
                                  Kenya, Kuwait, Malawi, Malaysia,
                                  Malta, Nepal, Nigeria, Polynesia,
                                  Qatar, Sierra Leone, Singapore,
                                  Tanzania, Uganda, United Kingdom,
                                  Yemen, Zambia
 
2565      Switzerland 4300mm      Liechtenstein, Switzerland
 
2566      Italy 4300mm/14.1 ft    Chile, Ethiopia, Italy, Libya,
                                  Somalia
 
2567      Israel 4300mm/14.1 ft   Israel
 
2550      US 110v 1800mm/5.9 ft   Bahama, Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia,
2551      US 110v 4300mm/14.1 ft  Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands,
2552      US 220v 1800mm/5.9 ft   Columbia, Costa Rica, Dominican
2553      US 220v 4300mm/14.1 ft  Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador,
2554      US 110v 5.9 ft twist    Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras,
           lock                   Jamaica, Korea (South), Liberia,
2555      US 110v 14.1 ft twist   Mexico, Netherlands Antilles,
           lock                   Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Philippines,
2556      US 220v 5.9 ft twist    Saudi Arabia, Suriname, Taiwan,
           lock                   Trinidad (West Indies), United States
2557      US 220v 14.1 ft twist   of America, Venezuela
           lock
 
2564      Japan 4300mm/14.1 ft    Japan
 

Nomenclature

Description                              Code
------------                             ----
US English                               2924
France                                   2928
German                                   2929
Spanish - Non Spain                      2930
Spanish                                  2931
Italian                                  2932
Canadian French                          2935
Saudi Arabia - 110V                      2940
Saudi Arabia - 220V                      2941
Portugal                                 2978
Brazilian Portuguese                     2979
UK English                               2980
Norwegian                                2983
Sweden / Finland                         2987
Netherlands                              2988
Belgian French                           2989
Denmark                                  2993
Swiss French, German                     2997
Luxembourg                               5560
Iceland                                  5561
China                                    5562
 

Specify Codes for Monitors

Description                              Code
------------                             ----
Northern Hemisphere                      9930
Southern Hemisphere                      9931
 

Model Conversions

           From              To
           ----              --
       Type    Model      Type    Model
       ----    -----      ----    -----
       7060     H30       7060     H50
 
       7060     H50       7060     H70  (+)
       7060     H30       7060     H70  (+)
 

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

Features - Chargeable

This section contains those features that are orderable and their descriptions.

Description                      Machine  Model   Feature
---------------------------      -------  -----   -------
S/390 Multiprise 3000             7060     H30
H30 Processor with Crypto                           0003
H30 Processor w/o Crypto                            0013
H30 Memory Unit, 1GB                                1624
Crypto Hdw Installed                                0800
Crypto Hdw Not Installed                            0808
DES with 1024 bit KM                                0804
DES with 1024 bit KM and TKE                        0805
TDES with 1024 bit KM                               0824
TDES with 1024 bit KM and TKE                       0825
Smart Card Reader                                   0807
TKE Hardware (Token Ring)                           0806
TKE Hardware (Ethernet)                             0809
18.2 GB SSA DASD                                    2109
ESCON Adapter Card                                  1540
Parallel Adapter Card                               1541
Integrated Battery Back-up                          2500
SSA Extender Card                                   2104
SSA Module Card                                     2106
SSA Adapter Card (SE DASD)                          2107
SSA Adapter Card                                    2108
Service Element                                     2701
Monitor, Small                                      2805
Monitor, Large                                      2806
4-MM DDS-3 DAT Tape Drive                           2600
CD ROM                                              2620
3.5" Floppy Disk Drive                              2640
Base Frame                                          3000
Second Frame                                        3001
Third Frame                                         3002
DASD Expansion Cage                                 3050
I/O Expansion Cage                                  3051
Media Cage                                          3052
FIBB Card                                           3075
HMC 17in Console Display                            6090
HMC 21in Console Display                            6091
HMC Processor Unit I                                0041
HMC Processor Unit II                               0061
HMC WAC Card                                        0038
HMC Token Ring Card                                 0023
HMC 3270                                            0026
Token Ring MAU                                      6080
Ethernet HUB                                        6081
Token Ring Adapter                                  4000
Ethernet Adapter                                    4001
MultiPort Model 2 Adapter                           4002
WAC RS-232                                          4003
EIB RS-232                                          4004
WAC V.35                                            4005
EIB V.35                                            4006
WAC X.21                                            4007
EIB X.21                                            4008
Differential SCSI Adapter                           4009
Bridge Card                                         4010
RS-422 Adapter                                      4011
PCI Air Flow                                        4013
ISA Air Flow                                        4014
Modem 110V, Saudi Arabia                            2940
Modem 220V, Saudi Arabia                            2941
OS/390 Application Base Preload                     7000
OS/390 Workload Transition Preload                  7001
 

Note: Feature codes 2107, 2701, 2600, 2620, 2640, 3000, 4010, and 4011 are defined by the model selected. They are not selectable features. Feature codes 2104, 2106, and 2108 have required minimums for all models and to support increases in SSA DASD features. These minimums and increases are defaulted in the configurator. Feature codes 3050, 3051, 3001, and 3002 are expansion frames. They are not selectable. These are default features that are selected based on the amount of DASD or channels selected.

(#0041) PC Unit (Current)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of November 19, 2002)

This is the HMC processor that will be shipped until supply of PC Model 6562 is exhausted. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; Yes, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#0061) PC Unit (Follow-on)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of November 19, 2002)

This is the HMC processor that will be shipped when supply of PC Model 6562 is exhausted. It is PC Model 6862. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; Yes, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#2109) 18.2 GB DASD

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of September 9, 2003)

18.2 GB DASD is the internal DASD for the Multiprise 3000. Sixteen drives may be installed in the base box. If required, an additional 20 in each of the expansion boxes may ordered. Configurations of six, eleven and sixteen drives are available in the base frame. In the expansion frames, configurations of six, thirteen, and twenty drives are available. Based on the capacity required, the configurator will identify the appropriate number of drives and a supported configuration. Base box: Minimum; 0, Maximum; 16. Expansion Box #1: Minimum; 0, Maximum; 20. Expansion Box #2: Minimum; 6, Maximum; 20. Increments: See relevant planning section. Co-reqs; Yes, configurator defaults provide required support features. Pre-req Feature; None, Customer Setup; None.

(#1540) ESCON Adapter Card

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

ESCON Adapter card provides ESCON connections to S/390 devices. This card must be installed in the BIDI board of the server. It has only two channel ports. Twelve cards may be installed in the base box. An additional 16 channel cards may be installed in an expansion box. This provides for a total of 56 channels. This may be included in the initial order or requested as an MES. Base box: Minimum; 0, Maximum; 12, Increments; 1. Expansion Box: Minimum; 1, Maximum; 16, Increments; 1. Co-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#1541) Parallel Adapter Card

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Parallel adapter card must be installed in the BIDI board. It has only two channel ports. Twelve card cards may be installed in the base box. An additional 16 channel cards may be installed in the expansion frame. This provides for a total of 56 channels. This may be included in the initial order or requested as an MES. Base box: Minimum; 0, Maximum; 12, Increments; 1. Expansion Box: Minimum; 1, Maximum; 16, Increments; 1. Co-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#2500) Integrated Battery Feature

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

The integrated battery is a battery back-up feature for the system. The customer may order up to two batteries for placement into the base frame and each expansion frame. The batteries are directly linked to each power supply and are not shared. This may be included in the initial order or requested as an MES. Base Frame and Expansion Frames (two per frame): Minimum; 0, Maximum; 6, Increments; 1 per frame, Co-req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; Yes, Cables Required; None.

(#2805) Monitor, Small

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

This is part of the initial shipment and not available as an MES. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; Yes, you must specify Northern (F/C 9930) or Southern (F/C 9931) Hemisphere when ordering. Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes, shipped with monitor.

(#2806) Monitor, Large

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

This is part of the initial shipment and not available as an MES. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; Yes, you must specify Northern (F/C 9930) or Southern (F/C 9931) Hemisphere when ordering. Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes, shipped with monitor.

(#0804) DES with 1024 bit KM

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#0805) DES with 1024 bit KM and TKE

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#0824) TDES with 1024 bit KM

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#0825) TDES with 1024 bit KM and TKE

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#0807) Smart Card Reader

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 26, 2000)

Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#0806) TKE Hardware (Token Ring)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 26, 2000)

TKE workstation with an Token Ring adapter. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#0809) TKE Hardware (Ethernet)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 26, 2000)

TKE workstation with an Ethernet adapter. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#0038) HMC WAC Card

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of September 30, 2002)

This adapter is installed in the HMC (feature code 0041 or 0061). Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#0023) HMC Token Ring

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of November 19, 2002)

This adapter is installed in the HMC (feature code 0041 or 0061). Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#0026) HMC 3270

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of September 30, 2002)

This adapter is installed in the HMC (feature code 0041 or 0061). Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#0075) HMC

This HMC is available in place of the currently orderable HMCs (#0073, #0074). This HMC has a DVD-RAM drive, ethernet and token ring capabilities built in.

  • Maximum Number of Features: 4
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The PC3270 PCI Adapter feature (#0036) and the PCI-WAC Adapter feature (#0038) are not available with this HMC.
  • Customer Setup: No
  • Limitations: None

(#0886) TKE with Token Ring

This TKE is available in place of the currently orderable TKEs (#0866, #0876). This TKE has a DVD-RAM drive built in and includes a 17" monitor. The 4758 PCI card will not be shipped for feature conversions/exchanges. The card from the previous TKE should be used.

  • Maximum Number of Features: 1
  • Prerequisites: feature number 0800
  • Corequisites: For z800 and z900: #0875; For 7060: #0825; For 9672: #0835
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None
  • Customer Setup: No
  • Limitations: None

(#0889) TKE with Ethernet

This TKE is available in place of the currently orderable TKEs (#0869, #0879). This TKE has a DVD-RAM drive built in and includes a 17" monitor. The 4758 PCI card will not be shipped for feature conversions/exchanges. The card from the previous TKE should be used.

  • Maximum Number of Features: 1
  • Prerequisites: feature number 0800
  • Corequisites: For z800 and z900: #0875; For 7060: #0825; For 9672: #0835
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None
  • Customer Setup: No
  • Limitations: None

(#6080) Token Ring MAU

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#6081) HMC HUB (Ethernet)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#4000) Token Ring Adapter

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of February 13, 2003)

This provides for the connection of the 7060 server into a Token Ring LAN. The maximum number of PCI adapters that may be supported is four. There is one ethernet adapter integrated in the system. If four token ring adapters are required, then the integrated ethernet must be disabled. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#4001) Ethernet Adapter

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of February 13, 2003)

This provides for the connection of the 7060 server into a Ethernet Ring LAN. Please note that there is one ethernet adapter integrated with the system. The maximum number of PCI adapters that may be supported is four. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#4002) MultiPort Model 2

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

This an ISA adapter that permits up to 8 ports to be connected to the card. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 2, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#4003) WAC RS-232

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

This ISA card provides for the implementation of RS-232 protocol. In addition, there is a slot available to install an additional RS-232, V.35 or X.21 EIB feature on this card. Therefore, the card support two connections. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#4004) WAC RS-232 EIB

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Module that contains one port supporting RS-232 protocol. It may be installed in any of the WAC cards offered on this system. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; F/C 4003,4005 or 4007. Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#4005) WAC V.35

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

This ISA card provides for the implementation of V.35 protocol. In addition, there is a slot available to install an additional RS-232, V.35 or X.21 EIB feature on this card. Therefore, the card support two connections. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#4006) WAC V.35 EIB

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Module that contains one port supporting V.35 protocol. It may be installed in any of the WAC cards offered on this system. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; F/C 4003,4005 or 4007. Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#4007) WAC X.21

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

This ISA card provides for the implementation of X.21 protocol. In addition, there is a slot available to install an additional RS-232, V.35 or X.21 EIB feature on this card. Therefore, the card support two connections. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; Yes.

(#4008) WAC X.21 EIB

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

Module that contains one port supporting V.35 protocol. It may be installed in any of the WAC cards offered this system. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Feature None, Pre-req Features; F/C 4003,4005 or 4007. Customer Setup; No Cables Required; Yes.

(#4009) Differential SCSI Adapter

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

This adapter provides for connection to other SCSI devices. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None, Pre-req Features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#2940) 110V Modem - Saudi Arabia

This is a modem that must be selected. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None. Pre-req features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#2941) 220V Modem - Saudi Arabia

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 2003)

This is a modem that must be selected. Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1, Increments; 1, Co-Req Features; None. Pre-req features; None, Customer Setup; No, Cables Required; No.

(#7000) OS/390 Application Base Preload

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 7, 2001)

This is software preload of OS/390. Please see the Software Requirements section for further information.

(#7001) OS/390 Workload Transition Preload

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 7, 2001)

This is a software preload of OS/390 assisting customers that are transitioning from VM or VSE to OS/390. Please see the Software Requirements section for further information.

(#7003) S/390 Application Development Preload

This is a software preload to support the S/390 Application Development Solution. The solution has been configured for a Model H30.

(#0074) HMC

This HMC replaces the currently orderable HMC (#0073). This HMC has a DVD drive, ethernet and token ring capabilities built in.

  • Maximum Number of Features: 4
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: The 3270 HMC PCI feature (#0036) and the WAC feature (#0038) are not available with this HMC.
  • Customer Setup: No
  • Limitations: None

(#0876) TKE with Token Ring and 4758 PCI Card

This TKE replaces the currently orderable TKE (#0866). This TKE has a DVD drive built in and includes a 17" monitor.

  • Maximum Number of Features: 1
  • Prerequisites: feature number 0800
  • Corequisites: For z800, z900: #0875; For 7060: #0825; For 9672/4: #0835
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None
  • Customer Setup: No
  • Limitations: None

(#0879) TKE with Ethernet and 4758 PCI Card

This TKE replaces the currently orderable TKE (#0869). This TKE has a DVD drive built in and includes a 17" monitor.

  • Maximum Number of Features: 1
  • Prerequisites: feature number 0800
  • Corequisites: For z800, z900: #0875; For 7060: #0825; For 9672/4: #0835
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None
  • Customer Setup: No
  • Limitations: None

(#6092) 17" Business Black Monitor

This monitor or #6093 is required with #0074.

  • Maximum Number of Features: 4
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None
  • Customer Setup: No
  • Limitations: None

(#6093) 21" Business Black Monitor

This monitor or #6092 is required with #0074.

  • Maximum Number of Features: 4
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Corequisites: None
  • Compatibility Conflicts: None
  • Customer Setup: No
  • Limitations: None

Feature Descriptions

Feature Exchanges

Not available.
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Accessories

None.

Customer Replacement Parts

None.
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Machine Elements

None.
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Supplies

None.

Supplemental Media

None.

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