HP J6700 Workstation
Product Type: HP Desktop and Workstation > RISC-based Workstations - Weight: 4.00
Part Numbers: A6055B, a6055b
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hp workstation j6700
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hp workstation j6700 performance
2 PA-8700 RISC processors running at 750MHz
puts more compute and visualization power behind EDA and CAE applications; provides higher application performance at a lower price supports analysis of larger models
holds the fastest microprocessor on the market
16GB synchronous DRAM capacity 2.25MB on-chip cache
delivers higher application performance with less disk access; largest memory available minimizes system latency
enhances system performance with greater application speed and throughput; lowers cost requires less disk-to-cache access for instructions and data, providing higher performance improves large processing performance, such as full-chip simulation, logic synthesis and design rule checking delivers excellent file server performance
four-way set associative cache
decreases the miss rate of direct mapped cache furnishes large address spaces
64x64 operating system and microprocessor 1.9GB/s I/O peak performance
provides fastest data transfer to I/O
efficient rack mountable design saves space, particularly when used in your compute room; up to 20 systems per 2m rack flexible configurations increase system versatility
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hp fx10pro graphics
binary compatibility with future PA-RISC and Itanium processors
hp workstation j6700 technical specifications
central processor type clock frequency number of processors primary cache (on chip) instruction cache data cache total PA-8700 750MHz 2 0.75MB 1.5MB 2.25MB operating systems supported HP-UX 11i TCOE (technical computing operating environment)**** HP-UX 11i MTOE (minimal technical operating environment)**** HP-UX 11.00 ACE9911 environmental specifications altitude operating non-operating temperature operating non-operating humidity operating vibration operating random swept sine survival random survival safety
0-3000m (0-10,000ft) 0-4500m (0-15,000ft) 0 - +35 degrees C -40 - +70 degrees C 15-80% (non-condensing) 0.21 G rms, 5-500Hz 0.5 G peak, 5-500Hz 2.09 G rms, 5-500Hz UL1950, CUL to CSA C22.2#950, and TUV GS Mark to EN60950/IEC950 FCC and CISPR Class B and VCCI Class B 49.5 cm (19.5 in) 13.7 cm (5.4 in) 65.5 cm (25.8 in) 8.6 cm (3.4 in) 48.3 cm (19.0 in) 62.2 cm (24.5 in) Horizontal 18.2Kg (40 lbs.) 21.8Kg (48 lbs.)
performance HP workstation performance results can be found at: http://www.hp.com/workstations/products/unix/performance.html main memory bus bandwidth RAM type capacity memory slots PCI slots (3 total) PCI 4X (full size) 1.9GB/sec 120MHz SDRAM 1GB-16GB slots 4x slots 64-bit 3.3 volt 66MHz 20 watts per slot 2 maximum hot pluggable drives 1 (internal) 13 devices 7 devices 10/100 BaseT 10/100Mbits/sec 2 ports (keyboard and mouse only) 2 ports 1 port 1 port integrated, CD-quality stereo stereo line-in, MIC-in stereo line-out, internal speaker with frequency range of 25-20,000Hz, internal CD-ROM audio, headphone 1280x1024 res LCD flat panel display 1600x1200 res flat FD Trinitron CRT display 1800x1440 res flat FD Trinitron CRT display 1920x1200 res flat FD Trinitron CRT display
internal storage devices Ultra 2 SCSI LVD removable media CD-ROM ATAPI interface external storage Ultra2 SCSI LVD NSE SCSI networking interface RJ45 LAN data rate other I/O USB Series A serial interface NSE SCSI Ultra2 SCSI LVD audio type inputs outputs
physical dimensions height width depth physical dimensions with rack kit height width depth rack orientation net weight minimum configuration fully loaded power requirements input current
amps RMS max @ 100-120V amps RMS max @ 220-240V line frequency 50-60Hz maximum power input watts* *maximum power--configuration will vary hp graphics graphics boards max resolutions* image planes/overlay planes z-buffer stencil planes alpha planes texture memory color maps image planes overlay planes hp fxe (rev b) 3 max 1600x1200 24/24DB** 8 overlay 24-bit HW 4-bit HW SW Std. 9.5MB 2 image 2 overlay hp fx10 pro 2 max 1920x1200 24/24DB** 8 overlay 24-bit HW 4-bit HW 8/8DB HW Std. 110MB*** 2 image 2 overlay
monitor 18.1" (18.1" viewable) 19" (18" viewable) 21" (19.8" viewable) 24 (27.5 viewable)
The HP j6700 workstation -- invent the future For the latest information about HP workstation products: http://www.hp.com/workstations
Screen image courtesy of Avant UNIX is a registered trademark in the United States and other countries, licensed exclusively through X/Open Company Limited. Itanium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. Trinitron FD is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Copyright 2001 Hewlett-Packard Company Printed in the USA June 26, 2001 5980-5528ENUS
*with full features set and 75Mz refresh **DB=double buffered ***at 1280x1024 resolution ****available late Q4 2001
Step 5 Attach the new disk to the active volume group with the vgchange command. vgchange -a y /dev/vg00 Step 6 If the disk is not a mirror of a root disk, then skip this step. Run the mkboot command. For example: mkboot /dev/rdsk/c2t5d0 Run lvlnboot -R to relink the replaced disk into the Boot Data Reserved Area of all the Physical volumes in the Volume group. lvlnboot -R Step 7 Run the lvsync command to synchronize the physical extents of each logical volume specied by logical volume path. Synchronization occurs only on physical extents that are stale mirrors of the original logical extent. lvsync /dev/<volume group name>/<LV name> For example: lvsync /dev/vg00/stand lvsync /dev/vg00/swap lvsync /dev/vg00/ At this stage, your system should be fully functioning. Use the xstm command to verify.
CD ROM Drive (Optional) As an optional component, the J6700 workstations support one slim-line CD ROM drive with an ATAPI (IDE) interface. Figure 1-4 shows the operating features of the CD ROM drive, and Table 1-3 describes these features. Figure 1-4. CD ROM Drive Features
Emergency Eject Button Disk Tray Eject Button Busy Indicator Light
Table 1-3. CD ROM Drive Features
Feature Busy Indicator Purpose Lights during a data access operation and during a data transfer. Flashes at a one second rate when a disk is loaded. Continues to ash if a disk or hardware error is detected. Flashes at a three second rate while playing an audio disk. Emergency Eject Hole Eject Button Opens the Disk Tray when the end of a paper clip is inserted into it. Used when the workstation does not have power and the Disk Tray cannot be opened by pressing the Eject Button. Opens the Disk Tray so that a CD ROM disk may be inserted in it or removed from it. When the drive is in use, press the Eject Button for more than one second to open the Disk Tray. The Disk Tray does not open if the workstation power is off. Holds the CD ROM disk. (Note that this style of CD ROM drive does not use a disk caddy.)
Product Information Rear Panel Components
Rear Panel Components
This section describes the following components on the system units rear panel. Figure 1-5 shows the locations of these rear panel components. Power cord connector Transfer of Control (TOC) Button Audio connectors Two serial ports 802.3 Twisted Pair (TP) LAN connector Two USB connectors Single-Ended/Low-Voltage Differential (SE/LVD) SCSI connector NOTE To maintain FCC/EMI compliance, verify that all cables are fully seated and properly fastened.
Figure 1-5. System Unit Rear Panel Connectors Serial Port 1 LAN Connector Power Connector Serial Port 2
I/O Card Slots
slot 1 slot 2 slot 3
USB LAN TP 10/100 SE
COMPATIBLE CABLE REQUIRED
USB Connectors Audio Connectors SE/LVD SCSI Connector
15-Pin D-Sub Connector (optional graphics card)
Flowcharts for Troubleshooting
The following four gures contain troubleshooting owcharts you can follow to isolate a failing Field Replaceable Unit (FRU). Figure 3-1 on the next page contains the main troubleshooting owchart. Figures 3-2 through 3-4 on the following pages contain the owcharts for console, bootable device, and HP-UX troubleshooting, respectively.
Troubleshooting Flowcharts for Troubleshooting
Figure 3-1. Main Flowchart for Troubleshooting
Figure 3-2. Console Troubleshooting Flowchart
Figure 3-3. Bootable Device Troubleshooting Flowchart
Figure 3-4. HP-UX Troubleshooting Flowchart
Troubleshooting Dealing with a Boot Failure
Dealing with a Boot Failure
This section contains information for searching for bootable media, stable storage, boot command notations, supported boot paths and the Intermediate System Loader (ISL) environment. Some of the examples in this section require the use of the Boot Console Handler, which is discussed in Chapter 5 of this handbook.
When dealing with boot failures, you will need to consider the scenarios in this section. To boot from a known device containing a bootable operating system, type the following at the prompt:
Main Menu: Enter command > boot device [Enter]
where device Notation.
is the hardware path to the device, specied in Mnemonic Style
Example: to boot an operating system stored on an IDE CD ROM, go to the Main Menu of the Boot Console Handler and then type the following command at the prompt:
Main Menu: Enter command > boot ide [Enter]
The operating system on the specied device is used to start the workstation. To interact with the Initial System Loader (ISL) before booting the workstation, type the following at the prompt:
You are prompted: Interact with ISL (Y or N) > y [Enter] Answering yes (y) causes the ISL to be loaded from the specied device. After a short time, the following prompt appears on the screen:
ISL is the program that actually controls the loading of the operating system. By interacting with ISL, you can choose to load an alternate version of the HP-UX operating system. For example, if the usual kernel (/stand/vmunix) on the root disk has become corrupted, boot the workstation from the backup kernel (/stand/vmunix.prev) by typing the following at the ISL> prompt:
ISL> hpux /stand/vmunix.prev [Enter]
To nd the location of the bootable operating systems on the various media in the le system, use the search ipl command. See the next subsection, Searching for Bootable Media.
Searching for Bootable Media
To list all devices that contain bootable media, go to the Main Menu of the Boot Console Handler, and then type the following at the prompt:
Main Menu: Enter command > search ipl [Enter]
The search command searches all buses. The search may turn up more devices than there are lines on the display. If you are using a text terminal, you can control the progress of the search from the terminals keyboard by doing any of the following: To temporarily suspend the search, press [Ctrl]-[S]. To continue the search, press [Ctrl]-[Q]. To halt the search, press any other key. These ow-control commands do not work with a bitmapped display, but such a display can show more than forty lines of text, so you are unlikely to need them. To search for devices of just one type that actually contain bootable media, go to the Main Menu of the Boot Console Handler, and then type the following at the prompt:
Main Menu: Enter command > search ipl device_type [Enter]
where device_type is one of the following: fwscsi is the internal, Ultra2 Wide LVD (Low Voltage Differential) SCSI bus. scsi is the external SE/LVD SCSI bus. lan is all connections to the built-in LAN. ide is the built-in CD ROM drive. pcin is an optional SCSI interface in slot number n.
Stable Storage is non-volatile memory associated with the PA-RISC processor module. Stable Storage is used by the processor (CPU) to store device path information, the state of the boot ags, HPMC error information, and operating system initialization data.
Boot Command Notations
The boot command supports the following two notations: Mnemonic Path number Type help scsi or help lan for more information on the boot path parameters. Here are examples of mnemonic notation: boot with no parameters selects the primary boot path in stable storage. boot with the alternate or alt parameter selects the alternate boot path in stable storage.
Here is an example of path number notation: boot p1 [Enter] attempts to boot from the second path in a list generated by a previous search command.
Supported Boot Paths
SCSI devices are bootable when connected to any SCSI port on the system. Workstations can only boot from the built-in LAN port. The workstation can be booted from the CD ROM drive for software installation.
Intermediate System Loader (ISL) Environment
The ISL environment provides the means to load the operating system (HP-UX) environment. The ISL environment also provides an ofine platform to execute diagnostic and utility programs from a boot device when HP-UX does not load. The ISL program is the rst program loaded into main memory from an external media (LAN, disk, or tape) and launched by the initial program loader (IPL) routine during the Boot Administration environment. The ISL environment provides the following capabilities: Execute user-entered commands to modify boot device paths and boot options in stable storage. Run off-line diagnostic programs and utilities. Provide automatic booting of the HP-UX operating system after power-on or reset.
Troubleshooting Identifying LCD-Indicated Conditions
Identifying LCD-Indicated Conditions
This workstation uses a 2-line LCD, with up to 16-characters per line, to display rmware/operating system progress codes. These codes are referred to as chassis codes. The information displayed on the LCD has the following format:
XXX YYYY: ZZZZZZ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA (Line 1) (Line 2)
XXX YYYY ZZZZZZ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Three-character Operating Status Four-digit hex code identifying the code module being executed Six-digit FRU descriptor Diagnostic message of up to 16 characters
The 3-character operating status can be one of the following:
FLT (fault) TST (test) INI (initialize) SHU (shutdown) WRN (warning) RUN (running)
A hardware error has been detected Hardware being tested Hardware being initialized System being shutdown A non-optimal operating condition exists The operating system is running
Chassis codes are the key to debugging selftest errors. If a failure is found during selftest, chassis codes are displayed in the system LCD. To debug a failure: 1. In Table 3-1 starting on the next page, nd the chassis code listed on the LCD. 2. In the Boot Console Handler, use the Service Menus pim, pdt, and ChassisCodes commands to get additional information about the failure. The FRU column in Table 3-1 shows messages printed on the LCD that refer to system FRUs. All codes are listed in numeric order.
The J6700 workstations require special Memory Page Deallocation to be implemented. This feature allows the workstation to provide information to the operating system about memory failures. HP-UX uses this information to map out failing memory areas and continue normal operation. You can check the Memory Page Deallocation Table (PDT) using the pdt command in the Service menu of the Boot Console Handler (refer to Chapter 5). If a failing DIMM is replaced, use the command pdt clear in the Service Menu to clear out the PDT.
Table 3-1 lists all of the chassis codes for the J6700 workstations. Table 3-1. Chassis Codes for J6700 Workstations
Ostat WRN TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST TST Code 4n01 4n0E 4n20 4n21 4n22 4n23 4n24 4n25 4n26 4n27 4n28 4n29 4n2A 4n2B 4n2C 4n2D 4n30 4n40 4n50 FRU SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD Message CPUn skip lst CPUn exit lst CPUn lst erly st CPUn lst basic CPUn lst alu CPUn lst branch CPUn lst arth cd CPUn lst bit ops CPUn lst ctl reg CPUn lst ext int CPUn lst itimer CPUn lst mltimed CPUn lst shadow CPUn lst dg regs CPUn lst rdrs CPUn lst bypass CPUn cache byte CPUn cache flush CPUn icache miss Description CPU n is bypassing its late self-tests to save time. CPU n nished its late self-tests. CPU n is re-executing some of its early self-tests from system memory. CPU n is re-executing its basic operations self-test. CPU n is re-executing its arithmetic and logic unit self-test. CPU n is re-executing its branch instruction self-test. CPU n is re-executing its arithmetic conditions self-test. CPU n is re-executing its bit operations self-test. CPU n is re-executing its control register self-test. CPU n is re-executing its external interrupt self-test. CPU n is re-executing its interval timer self-test. CPU n is re-executing its multi-media instructions self-test. CPU n is re-executing its shadow register self-test. CPU n is re-executing its diagnose register self-test. CPU n is re-executing its remote diagnose register self-test. CPU n is re-executing its integer bypass operation self-test. CPU n is starting its data cache sub-word operations self-test. CPU n is starting its cache ush self-test. CPU n is starting its instruction cache miss self-test.
Ostat TST FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT Code 4n60 5n00 5n02 5n04 5n07 5n08 5n0A 5n0B FRU SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD Message CPUn dcache miss unknown bus err path err assertd data parity err Runway dir error Runway broad err illegal response bus timeout Description CPU n is starting its data cache miss self-test. CPU n detected an unknown error on the system bus (Runway). CPU n detected a path error on the system bus (Runway). CPU n detected a data, address, or control parity error on the system bus (Runway). CPU n detected a directed error on the system bus (Runway). CPU n detected a broadcast error on the system bus (Runway). CPU n received data that did not match any outstanding data request. CPU n timed out before receiving requested data. The responder is logged in the system responder address. CPU ns synchronizer detected a rule violation on the system bus (Runway). Start looking for installed DIMMs. Initialize memory data structures. Error updating memory platform data. Insufcient memory detected to continue. Start memory DIMM order check. Bypass memory DIMM order check. Memory DIMMs are not in the proper order. Memory DIMMs are not in the proper order. As a result, the system cannot access one or more DIMMs and has deallocated all inaccessible DIMMs. Start memory DIMM pair check (DIMMs in a pair (e.g. 0a/0b) must match in J7xxx). Bypass memory DIMM set check. Memory scan couldnt nd any DIMMs.
Ostat INI FLT INI INI INI INI INI INI INI WRN FLT WRN WRN WRN WRN WRN INI INI FLT WRN WRN Code C3FF C3FF C4CC C4CD C4CE C4CF C500 C540 C580 C5F0 C5F0 C5F1 C5F2 C5F3 C5F4 C5F8 C5FF C642 C642 C643 C64F FRU SYS/IO SYS/IO SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO <blank> EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO Message late monarch tst late monarch flt initialize ccp no ccp found ccp disabled ccp found get primary path init pri path load IPL pri pth err read pri IPL pri IPL fault err read pri IPL err read pri IPL err read pri IPL err read pri IPL err read pri IPL launch pri IPL init kybrd consl keyboard error keyboard reinit reset montr type Description The monarch CPU is starting the late (post-memory) monarch-only tests. The late (post-memory) monarch-only tests failed. Searching for (lab-only) debugger card. Debugger card not found. Debugger card disabled. Debugger card found. Autoboot is reading primary boot path from stable store. Autoboot is trying to boot from primary boot device. Loading IPL from primary boot device. Error loading IPL from primary boot device. Error loading IPL from primary boot device. Cannot load IPL from primary boot device--load address invalid. Cannot load IPL from primary boot device--le is not IPL image. Cannot load IPL from primary boot device--IPL image size invalid. Cannot load IPL from primary boot device--IPL entry point address invalid. Cannot load IPL from primary boot device--IPL image checksum failed. Booting from primary boot path. Try to initialize USB keyboard. An error was detected trying to access the keyboard. Keyboard was re-initialized. The console device failed to initialize with the given monitor type. Try again with type 1.
Ostat TST TST INI INI WRN WRN INI INI WRN WRN WRN WRN WRN WRN WRN INI WRN Code C680 C68s C68s C680 C680 C68s C740 C780 C7F0 C7F1 C7F2 C7F3 C7F4 C7F8 C7FF CB00 CB01 FRU SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD SYS BD EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO EXT IO <blank> SYS BD SYS BD Message builtin graphics test graph in s init graph in s bultin graphics bultin graphics fail graph in s init other path ld IPL othr path other IPL fault bad alt IPL read bad alt IPL read bad alt IPL read bad alt IPL read bad alt IPL read launch IPL other TOC initiated no OS TOC vector Description Look for built-in graphics card. Look for graphics card in PCI slot s. Successfully initialized graphics card in PCI slot s. Successfully initialized built-in graphics card. built-in graphics initialization failed. Card in PCI slot s failed graphics initialization or is not a graphics card. Autoboot is trying to boot from non-primary boot device. Loading IPL from non-primary boot device. Error loading IPL from non-primary boot device. Cannot load IPL from non-primary boot device--load address invalid. Cannot load IPL from non-primary boot device--le is not IPL image. Cannot load IPL from non-primary boot device--IPL image size invalid. Cannot load IPL from non-primary boot device--IPL entry point address invalid. Cannot load IPL from non-primary boot device--IPL image checksum failed. Booting from a device other than the primary boot path. A Transfer of Control entered the rmware TOC handler. There is no TOC vector for the operating system. Firmware will soft boot the system. The operating system TOC handler vector is invalid. Firmware will soft boot the system.
Processor is starting auto boot process. To discontinue, press any key within 10 seconds.
If auto boot and auto search are both turned on, you will see the following message:
Processor is booting from first available device. To discontinue, press any key within 10 seconds.
If you are using a power-saving monitor, you will have less than 10 seconds from the time this message appears to press a key.
4. Press a key. You will then see the following message:
The Main Menu of the Boot Console Handler appears.
Boot Console Handler Boot Console Menus
Boot Console Menus
The boot console menus follow, showing the various tasks you can perform and the available information. The shortened version of each command is indicated by the uppercase letters. Help is available for all the menus and commands by using either help, he, or ? and the menu or command for which you want help. ------ Main Menu -------------------------------------Command ------Description -----------
BOot [PRI|ALT|<path>] Boot from specified path PAth [PRI|ALT|CON|KEY [<path>]] Display or modify a path SEArch [DIsplay|[[IPL] [<path>]]] Search for boot devices COnfiguration [<command>] INformation [<command>] SERvice [<command>] DIsplay HElp [<menu>|<commands>] RESET Main Menu: Enter command > Access Configuration menu/commands Access Information menu/commands Access Service menu/commands Redisplay the current menu Display help for menu or command Restart the system
------ Configuration Menu ----------------------------Command ------AUto [BOot|SEArch] [ON|OFF] BootID [<proc> [<boot ID>]] BootINfo CPUconfig [<proc>[ON|OFF]] DEfault FanChoice [DeskSide|RackMount] FastBoot [ON|OFF] LanConfig [<config_type>] MOnitor [LIST|[<path> <type>]] PAth [PRI|ALT|CON|KEY [<path>]] PreviousPower [ON|OFF] SEArch [DIsplay|[[IPL][<path>]] SECure [ON|OFF] TIme [c:y:m:d:h:m:s] Description ----------Display or set specified flag Display or modify processor boot ID Display boot-related information Config/deconfig processor Set the system to predefined values Display or set the fan preference Display or set boot tests execution Display or set LAN configuration Change the current monitor type Display or modify a path Set previous power state Search for boot devices Set/show security mode Read or set real time clock in GMT
BOot [PRI|ALT|<path>] Boot from specified path DIsplay Redisplay the current menu HElp [<menu>|<command>] Display help for menu or command RESET Restart the system MAin Return to Main Menu ----Configuration Menu: Enter command >
------ Information Menu ------------------------------Command ------ALL BootINfo CAche ChipRevisions COprocessor FwrVersion IO LanAddress MEmory PRocessor SysConfig WArnings BOot [PRI|ALT|<path>] DIsplay HElp [<menu>|<command>] RESET MAin -----Information Menu: Enter Description ----------Display Display Display Display Display Display Display Display Display Display Display Display all system information boot-related information cache information revisions of VLSI and firmware coprocessor information firmware version I/O interface information built-in system LAN address memory information processor information the system configuration selftest warning messages
Displaying the Current Monitor Conguration
To display the current monitor conguration for the workstation from the Conguration Menu of the Boot Console Handler, follow the directions in the section Accessing the Boot Console Handler found in this chapter. Once you are in the Boot Console Handlers Main Menu, type:
Main Menu: Enter command > configuration [Enter]
This places you in the Conguration Menu. From here, type:
Configuration Menu: Enter command > monitor [Enter]
This displays a list of the current graphics adapters and their monitor types congured for the workstation. For example: MONITOR INFORMATION Path ------------Slot Head 1 HPA ------------fffa000000 Resolution 1600x1200 Freq Type 75Hz 8 Class ------PCI --------------- ------------------------- -------
Configuration Menu: Enter command > In this example, only the graphics adapter (located in slot 1) GRAPHICS(1) is congured. The monitor type for GRAPHICS(1) is set to type 8, which (for this graphics adapter) is a 1600x1200 monitor that uses a frequency of 75 Hz.
Setting the Monitor Type
You can set the monitor type for a graphics adapter by typing the following:
Configuration Menu: Enter command > monitor graphics(n) tt [Enter]
where n is the number of the graphics adapter and tt is the monitor type. To display a list of supported monitors that are used by a graphics card, type the following:
Configuration Menu: Enter command > monitor list [Enter]
A list of valid monitor types similar to the following is displayed. NOTE Each graphics adapter will have a different list of valid monitor types. The meaning of any monitor type will therefore differ for each graphics adapter.
MONITOR INFORMATION Path Slot Head Type ------- ---- ---GRAPHICS(1) 1 GRAPHICS(1) 2 GRAPHICS(1) 3 GRAPHICS(1) 4 GRAPHICS(1) 5 GRAPHICS(1) 6 GRAPHICS(1) 7 GRAPHICS(1) 8 GRAPHICS(1) 9 GRAPHICS(1) 10 GRAPHICS(1) 11 GRAPHICS(1) 12 GRAPHICS(1) 13 GRAPHICS(1) 14 GRAPHICS(1) 15 Size Freq Class --------- ---- ----1280x1024 75Hz PCI 1280x1024 75Hz PCI, Double buffered 1280x1024 75Hz PCI, Greyscale 1280x1024 75Hz PCI, Double buffered, Greyscale 1280x768 75Hz PCI 800x600 75Hz PCI 640x480 75Hz PCI 1600x1200 75Hz PCI 1600x1200 75Hz PCI, Greyscale 1200x1600 75Hz PCI 1200x1600 75Hz PCI, Greyscale 1280x1024 72Hz 1280x1024 72Hz Double buffered 640x480 60Hz ---------- user defined -----------
Configuration Menu: Enter command > auto boot state [Enter]
Configuration Menu: Enter command > auto search state [Enter]
where state is on or off.
Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting the Security Mode
Displaying and Setting the Security Mode
The secure ag is a variable stored in non-volatile memory. (Non-volatile memory retains its contents even after power is turned off.) If you reset this ag to a new value, the change takes effect the next time you reboot the workstation. When the secure ag is set to on, auto boot and auto search are enabled and cannot be stopped. The workstation boots from the default boot paths regardless of user intervention. To display the current setting for the secure ag, type the following:
Configuration Menu: Enter command > secure [Enter]
To set the secure ag on, type the following:
Configuration Menu: Enter command > secure on [Enter]
To set the secure ag off, you need to disconnect all possible boot devices to interrupt the boot sequence and force the prompt to the Boot Console Handler. Next, type the following:
Configuration Menu: Enter command > secure off [Enter]
Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting Fastboot Mode
Displaying and Setting Fastboot Mode
When fastboot is enabled (set to on), the workstation does a quick check of the memory and skips some processor selftests during its power-on selftests. This enables the workstation to complete its boot process quicker. The default factory setting is for fastboot to be enabled (set to on). When fastboot is disabled (set to off), more extensive memory and processor testing is performed during the selftests, causing the boot process to take longer. If you are experiencing difculty in booting the workstation, set fastboot to off and reboot the system. The more extensive testing may reveal the error condition. To display the status of fastboot, type the following:
Configuration Menu: Enter command > fastboot [Enter]
To disable fastboot, type the following:
Configuration Menu: Enter command > fastboot off [Enter]
To enable fastboot, type the following:
2. Press any key. You will then see the message: Boot terminated The Main Menu of the boot console appears. 3. At the Main Menu prompt, type the following and press Enter: Main Menu: Enter command > service 4. Turn remote power off by typing the following at the prompt and press Enter: Service Menu: Enter command > RemotePower OFF Next, turn remote power on by typing the following at the prompt and press Enter: Service Menu: Enter command > RemotePower ON The Remote Power Controller is now enabled. 5. Return to the Main Menu by typing the following at the prompt and press Enter: Service Menu: Enter command > main 6. Continue booting the system by typing the following at the prompt and press Enter: Main Menu: Enter command > boot 7. Answer N to the question, INTERACT WITH IPL (Y,N,Q)?
Troubleshooting Hint for an Unresponsive RPC
If the Remote Power Controller (RPC) is enabled and it seems to be unresponsive, press the Enter key several (approximately 15 times) times. You need to do this because the Remote Power Controller auto senses the baud rate at the beginning of each command (that is, when you press Enter). It does this by measuring the width of the start bit of the rst character it sees. Because the Remote Power Controller does not know the difference between the beginning of a command or any other data that may occur on the receive line, the Remote Power Controller can set the baud rate to an incorrect value if the rst character it sees has the lowest order bit or bits set. The Remote Power Controller has an input buffer of a xed size; therefore, pressing the Enter key 15 or more times causes the buffer to overow, resetting the Remote Power Controller. If the baud rate was set to some real extreme value, you may have to try this process several times.
Boot Console Handler Setting the Fan Speed
Setting the Fan Speed
There are two fan speed settings available on the J6700 workstation. The RackMount fan speed is used for J6700s that are installed in a rack. The DeskSide fan speed is used for J6700s that are used as desk-side systems. These fan speeds are set using the Boot Console Handler (bch). To set the fan speeds, follow the procedures discussed in this section.
Rack-Mount Fan Speed
If you currently have a desk-side workstation that you want to convert to a rack-mount workstation, you need to change the workstations fan speed. To do this, follow this procedure: 1. Turn on the workstation and press the Tab key until a select display message appears. Select the display frequency and resolution that are best for your workstation. 2. Stop the boot process by pressing any key before the ten-second limit. This gets you to the Boot Console Handlers (bch) Main Menu. You will only need to do this if you have autoboot turned on; otherwise, the system stops at the bch Main Menu. When the Main Menu prompt appears, type: Main Menu: Enter command > configuration 3. Enter the following command at the Conguration Menu prompt: Configuration Menu: Enter command > FanChoice RackMount 4. Return to the Main Menu and enter this command at the prompt to continue booting: Main Menu: Enter command > boot
Desk-Side Fan Speed
If you currently have a rack-mount workstation that you want to convert to a desk-side workstation, you need to change the workstations fan speed. To do this, follow this procedure: 1. Turn on the workstation and press the Tab key until a select display message appears. Select the display frequency and resolution that are best for your workstation. 2. Stop the boot process by pressing any key before the ten-second limit. This gets you to the Boot Console Handlers (bch) Main Menu. You will only need to do this if you have autoboot turned on; otherwise, the system stops at the bch Main Menu. When the Main Menu prompt appears, type: Main Menu: Enter command > configuration
3. Enter the following command at the Conguration Menu prompt: Configuration Menu: Enter command > FanChoice DeskSide 4. Return to the Main Menu and enter this command at the prompt to continue booting: Main Menu: Enter command > boot
Boot Console Handler Initial System Loader (ISL) Environment
Initial System Loader (ISL) Environment
The ISL environment provides the means to load the operating system (HP-UX) environment. The ISL environment also provides an ofine platform to execute optional diagnostic and utility programs from a boot device when HP-UX does not load. The ISL program is the rst program loaded into main memory from an external medium (LAN, disk, or tape) and launched by the initial program loader (IPL) routine from the Boot Administration environment. The ISL environment provides the following capabilities: Execute user-entered commands to modify boot device paths and boot options in stable storage. Run ofine diagnostic programs and utilities. Provide automatic booting of the HP-UX operating system after power-on or reset.
Invoking ISL from the Boot Console Handler
Perform the following steps to invoke ISL from the Boot Console Handler: 1. Follow the directions in the section Accessing the Boot Console Handler found in this chapter, and type the following at the prompt:
You are prompted:
Interact with ISL (Y or N) > y [Enter]
2. Answering yes (y) causes the ISL to be loaded from the specied device. After a short time, the following prompt appears on the screen:
ISL is the program that actually controls the loading of the operating system. By interacting with ISL, you can choose to load an alternate version of the HP-UX operating system. For example, if the usual kernel (/stand/vmunix) on the root disk has become corrupted, and you wish to boot the workstation from the backup kernel (/stand/vmunix.prev), type the following at the ISL> prompt:
ISL User Commands
The following commands that are available in the ISL environment allow you to display and modify the boot characteristics of the system. help - lists ISL command menu and available utilities. display - displays the boot and console paths in Stable Storage and the current setting of the ISL Boot Flags. primpath - modies the primary boot path entry in Stable Storage. The entry in Stable Storage for the primary boot device begins at byte address 0 and ends at 31. altpath - modies the alternate boot path entry in Stable Storage. The entry for the alternate boot device begins at byte address 128 and ends at 159. conspath - modies the console path entry in Stable Storage. The entry in Stable Storage for the console device begins at byte address 96 and ends at byte address 127. The entry for the keyboard and mouse devices begins at byte address 160 and ends at 191. listautofl or lsautofl - lists the contents of the (HP-UX) autoboot le. support - boots the Support Tape from the boot device. readss - displays 4 bytes (one word) from Stable Storage. The readss command requires a decimal number between 0 and 255 to address four bytes in Stable Storage.
6 Block Diagram
This chapter contains the block diagram for the J6700 workstations system board and PCI board.
Block Diagram System Board and PCI Board
System Board and PCI Board
Figure 6-1. Block Diagram of the J6700s System Board and PCI Board
This appendix lists the environmental and electrical specications for the HP VISUALIZE J6700 workstations.
Specications Environmental Specications
Operating: Non-operating: 010,000 ft (03,000 m) @ 0 to +45 C 15,000 ft (04,500 m) @ 40 to +70 C
DC Magnetic Field Interference
Operating: Non-operating: <1 Gauss at surface of product <2 milli Gauss @ 7 feet
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
Emissions: FCC Class A CISPR A
Air discharge: Contact discharge: 8kV 4kV
Operating: Non-operating: 0 to +45 C 40 to +70 C
Operating: Non-operating: 15 to 80%, 26 C max wet bulb for removable media 0 to 90%
Less than 3.5 mA
Operating: Non-operating: 20g at 3ms, 1/2 sine in normal axis with no hard errors 80g at 3ms, 1/2 sine, normal axis
Operating random: Swept sine survival: Random survival: 0.21 Grms, 5500 Hz 0.5 g peak, 5500 Hz 2.09 Grms, 5500 Hz
Specications Electrical Specications
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