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International Technical Support Organization BM Power 720 and 740 Technical overview and Introduction November 2010 REDP4637-00 Note: Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in"Notices"on page vIl First Edition( November 2010) This edition applies to the IBM Power 720(8202-E4B)and Power 740(8205-E6B) Power Systems servers This document created or updated on January 11, 2011 O Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 2010. All rights reserved Note to U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights -- Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp Contents Notices Trademarks vⅢ Preface X The team who wrote this pap X Now you can become a published author, too! Comments welcome Stay connected to IBM Redbooks publications Chapter 1. General description 1.1 Systems 1.1.1 The power 720 server 1.1.2 The power 740 server 1.2 Operating environment 3 Physical package 1.3. 1 Tower model 1.3.2 Rack-mount model 1.4 System features 1.4.1 Power 720 system features ■■ 1.4.2 Power 740 system features 1.4.3 Minimum features 2345666778999 1. 4. 4 Power supply features 1.4.5 Processor module features 1.4.6 Memory features 10 1 5 Disk and media features 1. 6 lo drawers for power 720 and power 740 servers 13 1.6.1 12X I/O Drawer PCle 13 1.6.2 PCI-X DDR 12X Expansion Drawer ,,,,13 1.6. 3 PCI-X DDR 12X Expansion Drawer 14 1.6.4 1o drawers and usable pcl slot 14 1.7 Comparison between models 14 1. 8 Build to Order 15 1. 9 IBM Editions 15 1.10 IBM i Solution Edition for Power 720 and Power 74,, 1.9.1 Express editions for IBM i 1国,国面 16 1.9.2 Express editions for power 720 16 17 1.11 Model upgrade 19 1.11.1 Upgrade considerations 翻面1 19 1.11.2 Features 20 12 Hardware management console models 20 1.13 System racks 22 1.13.1 IBM 7014 Model s25 rack 22 1.132|BM7014Mode|T00rack....... 22 1.13. 3 BM 701 4 Model T42 rack 1.13. 4 Feature code 0555 rack 23 1.13.5 Feature code 0551 rack ,,,,,,,,,,,,,23 1.13.6 Feature code 0553 rack 23 1.13.7 The ac power distribution unit and rack content 23 1.13.8 Rack-mounting rules 25 C Copyright IBM Corp. 2010. All rights reserved 1.13.9 Useful rack additions 25 1.13.10 OEM rack 2 Chapter 2. Architecture and technical overview 2.1 The IBM PoWeR7 processor 33 2.1.1 POWeR7 processor overview ,,,,,,,,,,34 2.1.2 POWER7 processor core 翻 35 2.1.3 Simultaneous multithreading 36 2.1.4 Memory access 37 2.1.5 Flexible POWER7 processor packaging and offerings 37 2.1.6 On-chip L3 cache innovation and Intelligent Cache 39 2.1.7 POWER7 processor and Intelligent Energy 40 2.1.8 Comparison of the PoWER7 and POWE R6 processors 40 2.2 POWER7 processor modules 41 2.2.1 Modules and cards 41 2.2.2 Power 720 and power 740 systems 42 2.3 Memory subsystem 43 2.3.1 Registered DIMM 43 2.3.2 Memory placement rule 43 2.3.3M bandwidth 46 2. 4 Capacity on Demand 46 2.5 Factory deconfiguration of processor cores 46 2.6 Technical comparison of Power 720 and Power 740 47 2.7 System bus 2. 8 Internal l/o subsystem 48 2.8.1 Slot configuration ,,,48 2.8.2 System ports 49 2. 9 Integrated Virtual Ethern 49 2.9.1 VE and SEA implementations 50 2.9.2 IVE subsystem 2.10 PCI adapters 51 2.10.1 LAN adapters .52 2.10.2 Graphics accelerators 翻翻 53 2.10.3 SCSI and SAs adapters 53 2.10.4 PCle raid& SSD SAs Adapter 55 2.10.5iscs 56 2. 10.6 Fibre Channel adapters 56 2.10.7 Fibre Channel over Ethernet 2.10.8 InfiniBand Host Channel adapter 58 2. 10. 9 Asynchronous adapter 59 2.11 Internal storage 59 2.11.1 RAID support 61 2.11.2 EXternal SAs port and split backplane 62 2.11.3 Media bays ···,,11 63 2.12 External l/o subsystems 64 2.12.1 PCl-DDR 12X EXpansion Drawer 64 2.12.2 12X I/O Drawer PCle 65 2.12.3 Dividing SFF drive bays in a 12X I/O drawer PCle 66 2.12.4 12X lo drawer PCle and PCl-DDR 12X Expansion Drawer 12X cabling... 69 2.12.5 12X 1O Drawer PCle and PCl-DDR 12X Expansion Drawer SPCN cabling.. 72 2.13 EXternal disk subsystems 72 2.13.1 EXP 12S SAS Expansion Drawe 73 2.13.2 12X IO Drawer Pcle with SFF Disks iV BM Power 720 and 740: Technical overview and introduction 2.13.3 TotalStorage eXP24 disk drawer and tower 75 2.13. 4 IBM TotalStorage EXP24 75 2.13.5 BM System Storage 76 2. 14 Hardware Management Console 77 2.14.1 HMC functional overview 2. 14.2 HMC connectivity to the POWER7 processor based systems 79 2.14.3 HMC high availability .80 2.14.4 HMC code level 81 2. 15 Integrated virtualization Manager 82 2.16 Operating system support 84 2.16.1 Virtual l/o server 84 2.16.2 AlX Version 5.3 84 2.16.3 AIX Version 6.1 .,85 2.16.4 AIX Version 7.1 5 2.16.5|BM 85 2. 16.6 Linux 86 2.17 Compiler technology 86 2.18 Energy management. 2.18.1 IBM Energy Scale technology 88 2.18.2 Thermal power management device card 91 Chapter 3. Virtualization 93 3.1 POWER Version 2.2 enhancements 94 3.2 POWER Hypervisor 95 3.2.1 Virtual SCsi 96 3.2.2 Virtual Ethernet ,,,96 3.2.3 Virtual fibre Channel 97 3.2. 4 Virtual (TTY)console 97 3.3 POWER processor modes ·:· 98 3.4 Active Memory Expansion 99 3.5 PowerVM 103 3.5.1 Power VM editions 103 3.5.2 Logical partitions 104 3.5. 3 Multiple Shared-Processor Pools 1翻 翻面着 107 3.5. 4 Virtual l/o Server 111 3.5.5 PowerVM Lx86 115 5. 6 PowerVM Live partition mobility 115 3.5.7 Active Memory Sharing 117 3.58NPⅣV 118 3.5.9 Operating System support for Power 118 3.5.10 POWER7-specific Linux programming support ...,119 3.6 System Planning Tool 120 Chapter 4. Continuous availability and manageability 123 4.1 Reliability 124 4.1.1 Designed for reliability 124 4.1.2 Placement of components 125 4.1.3 Redundant components and concurrent repair. 125 4.2 Availability 125 4.2.1 Partition availability priority 126 4.2.2 General detection and deallocation of failing components 126 4.2.3 Memory protection 128 4.2.4 Cache protecti 131 Contents 4.2.5 Special Uncorrectable Error handling 132 4.2.6 PCI extended error handling 132 4.3 Serviceability 134 4.3. 1 Detecting 135 4.3.2 Diagnosing 139 4.3.3 Reporting 140 4.3. 4 Notifying 142 4.3.5 Locating and servicing 142 4. 4 Manageability ,,,146 4.4.1 Service user interfaces 146 4.4.2 BM Power Systems firmware maintenance 152 4.4.3 Electronic Services and Electronic Service Agent 155 4.5 Operating system support for RAS features 156 Related publications 159 BM Redbooks,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Other publications 159 Online resources 160 How to get Redbooks publications 161 Help from IBM 161 vi IBM Power 720 and 740: Technical Overview and Introduction Notices This information was developed for products and services offered in the U.s. 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