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Configuring the blade server

  • Setup utility

    The Setup utility is used to change system settings, such as interrupt requests (IRQ), date and time, and password. See Using the Setup utility for more information.

  • LSI Logic Configuration Utility program

    The LSI Logic Configuration Utility program is stored in the blade-server firmware. Use it to set the device scan order and to set the storage drive controller IDs. See Using the LSI Logic Configuration Utility program for more information.

  • IBM FastSetup

    IBM FastSetup is a no-cost software tool that helps simplify the maintenance and deployment of selected IBM BladeCenter chassis, servers, and components. The intuitive graphical interface initializes all phases of server setup, including discovery, update, and configuration. Features include templates that enable replication of settings to many servers and automation that reduces hands-on time and user errors. Wizards and other default settings enable customization capabilities. The low-touch, set-once and walk-away feature reduces the hands-on server setup time from days to minutes, particularly for larger deployments. For information about this tool, see http://wwwibm.com/support/entry/portal/docdisplay?lndocid=TOOL-FASTSET.

  • IBMServerGuide Setup and InstallationCD

    The ServerGuide program provides software-setup tools and installation tools that are designed for the blade server. Use this CD during the installation of the blade server to configure basic hardware features and to simplify the installation of the operating system. For information about obtaining and using this CD, see Using the ServerGuide Setup and Installation CD.

  • Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) boot agent utility program

    The PXE boot agent utility program is part of the blade server firmware. Use it to select the boot protocol and other boot options and to select a power-management option. For information about using this utility program, see Using the PXE boot agent utility program.

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    IBM BladeCenter

    Blade server architecture by IBM

    ‹&#;The templateInfobox information appliance is being considered for merging.&#;›

    Bladecenter-front.jpg

    BladeCenter E front side: 8 blade servers (HS20) followed by 6 empty slots

    Also known asIBM eServer BladeCenter ()
    DeveloperIBM
    TypeBlade server
    Release date&#;()
    Discontinued&#;()
    CPUx86 (HS/LS series)POWER (JS/PS series)CELL (QS series)
    SuccessorIBM Flex System

    The IBM BladeCenter was IBM's blade server architecture, until it was replaced by Flex System in The x86 division was later sold to Lenovo in [1]

    Mageritsupercomputer (CeSViMa) has 86 Blade Centers (6 Blade Center E on each computing rack)

    History[edit]

    Introduced in , based on engineering work started in , the IBM eServer BladeCenter was relatively late to the blade server market. It differed from prior offerings in that it offered a range of x86 Intel server processors and input/output (I/O) options.

    The naming was changed to IBM BladeCenter in In February , IBM introduced the BladeCenter H with switch capabilities for 10 Gigabit Ethernet and InfiniBand 4X.

    A web site called Blade.org was available for the blade computing community through about [2]

    In , the replacement Flex System was introduced.

    Enclosures[edit]

    IBM BladeCenter (E)[edit]

    The original IBM BladeCenter was later marketed as BladeCenter E.[3] Power supplies have been upgraded through the life of the chassis from the original to , , and watt.

    The BladeCenter (E) was co-developed by IBM and Intel and included:

    IBM BladeCenter T[edit]

    BladeCenter T is the telecommunications company version[4] of the original BladeCenter, available with either AC or DC (48 V)[5] power. Has 8 blade slots in 8U, but uses the same switches and blades as the regular BladeCenter E. To keep NEBS Level 3 / ETSI compliant special Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) compliant blades are available.

    IBM BladeCenter H[edit]

    Upgraded BladeCenter design with high-speed fabric options, announced in [6] Backwards compatible with older BladeCenter switches and blades. Features:[7]

    • 14 blade slots in 9U
    • Shared Media tray with Optical drive and USB port
    • 1 (upgradable to 2) Advanced Management modules
    • Two slots for Gigabit Ethernet switches (can also have optical or copper pass-through)
    • Two slots for optional switch or pass-through modules, can have additional Ethernet, Fibre Channel, InfiniBand or Myrinet functions
    • Four slots for optional high-speed switches or pass-through modules, can have 10 Gbit Ethernet or InfiniBand 4X.
    • Optional Hard-wired serial port capability
    • Power: Two (upgradable to four) power supplies, with Souriau UTG input connectors[8]
    • Two redundant high-speed blowers

    IBM BladeCenter HT[edit]

    BladeCenter HT is the telecommunications company version[9] of the BladeCenter H, available with either AC or DC (48&#;V) power. Has 12 blade slots in 12U, but uses the same switches and blades as the regular BladeCenter H. But to keep NEBS Level 3 / ETSI compliant special NEBS compliant blades are available.

    IBM BladeCenter S[edit]

    Targets mid-sized customers by offering storage inside the BladeCenter chassis, so no separate external storage needs to be purchased. It can also use &#;V power in the North American market, so it can be used outside the datacenter. When running at &#;V , the total chassis capacity is reduced. Features:[10]

    • 6 blade slots in 7U
    • Shared Media tray with optical drive and 2× USB ports
    • 1 Advanced Management module as standard (no option for secondary module)
    • Storage: Up to 12 hot-swap " (or 24 ") SAS or SATA drives with RAID 0, 1, and 1E capability (RAID 5 and SAN capabilities optional with two SAS RAID controllers)
      • Two optional Disk Storage Modules for HDDs, six " SAS/SATA drives each
    • 4 hot-swap I/O switch module bays
    • Power: Two /watt, hot-swap modules and ability to have two optional /watt modules, offering redundancy and power for robust configurations; C19/C20 connectors
    • Four hot-swap redundant blowers (plus one fan in each power supply)

    Blade nodes list[edit]

    Intel based[edit]

    Modules based on x86 processors from Intel.

    HS12[edit]

    () Features:

    • Processor: Celeron single-core to quad-core Intel Xeon up to &#;GHz
    • Memory: 6 DIMM slots (up to 24&#;GB)
    • Hot-swap drives

    HS20[edit]

    (–) Features:

    Inside of IBM HS20 blade. Two inch disk drive bays are unoccupied.
    • Processors: One or two Intel Xeon DP (single or dual-core)
    • Memory: 4 DIMM slots
    • Option for one or two " drives (ATA, SCSI U or Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) depending on generation)
    • Two 1&#;Gbit/s ethernet ports
    • One expansion slot for up to two additional ports (Fibre Channel storage, additional ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)

    HS21[edit]

    (–) This model can use the High-speed IO option of the BladeCenter H, but is backwards-compatible with the regular BladeCenter. Features:

    • Processors: One or two Intel Xeon DP (dual or quad-core)
    • Memory: 4 DIMM slots
    • Option for one or two SAS " drives
    • Two 1&#;Gbit/s ethernet ports
    • One expansion slot for up to two additional ports (Fibre Channel storage, additional Ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)
    • One High-speed expansion slot for up to two additional ports (10&#;Gbit/s ethernet or InfiniBand 4X)

    HS21 XM[edit]

    (–) This model can use the High-speed IO option of the BladeCenter H, but is backwards compatible with the regular BladeCenter. Features:

    • Processors: One or two Intel Xeon DP (dual or quad-core)
    • Memory: 8 DIMM slots
    • Option for one SAS " drive or one or two SAS-based Solid State drives
    • Two 1&#;Gbit/s ethernet ports
    • One expansion slot for up to two additional ports (Fibre Channel storage, additional ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)
    • One High-speed expansion slot for up to two additional ports (10&#;Gbit/s ethernet or InfiniBand 4X as well as additional Fibre-Channel or ethernet ports)

    HS22[edit]

    (–) Features:

    • Processors: One or two Intel Xeon or series (up to &#;GHz 4-core or &#;GHz 6-core)
    • Memory: up to &#;GB DDR3 (12 VLP DIMM slots)
    • Option for two hot swap SAS " drives or SSD (RAID 0 and 1 are possible)
    • Two 1&#;Gbit/s ethernet ports (Broadcom S)
    • 1 CIOv slot (standard PCI-Express daughter card) and 1 CFFh slot (high-speed PCI-Express daughter card) for a total of 8 ports of I/O to each blade, including 4 ports of high-speed I/O
    • Requires Advanced Management Module

    HS22v[edit]

    (–) Features are very similar to HS22 but:

    • Memory: up to &#;GB DDR3 (18 VLP DIMM slots)
    • Up to two " disks (SSD, not hot swapable)
    • Requires Advanced Management Module

    HS23[edit]

    () Features:

    • Single-wide
    • Processors: One or two Intel Xeon E
    • Memory: 16 DIMM slots, up to &#;MHz
    • 2 hot-swappable HDDs (SATA/SAS) or SSDs
    • Dual 10G/1G Ethernet onboard expandable to 4 × 10
    • Virtual Fabric / vNic's onboard
    • Requires Advanced Management Module

    HS23E[edit]

    () Features:

    • Single-wide
    • Processors: One or two Intel Xeon E
    • Memory: 12 DIMM slots, up to &#;MHz
    • 2 hot-swappable HDDs (SATA/SAS) or SSDs
    • Dual Gigabit Ethernet onboard ports with TOE
    • Requires Advanced Management Module

    HS40[edit]

    () Features:

    • Double-wide (needs 2 slots)
    • Processors: One to four Intel Xeon MP
    • Memory: (8 DIMM slots)
    • Option for one or two ATA " drives
    • Four 1&#;Gbit/s ethernet ports
    • Two expansion slots for up to four additional ports (Fibre Channel storage, additional ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)

    HC10[edit]

    () This blade model is targeted to the workstation market, Features:

    • Processor: Single Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 8&#;GB max (4 DIMM slots)
    • NVidia video adapter
    • One SATA 60&#;GB HDD
    • Two 1&#;Gbit/s ethernet ports

    HX5[edit]

    (–) This blade model is targeted at the server virtualization market. Features:

    • Processors: 2 to 4 Intel E7, or series Xeon (4–10 cores per CPU, up to &#;GHz)
    • Memory: &#;GB Max (16 DIMM slots); Expandable to 40 slots with a 24 DIMM MAX 5 memory blade (&#;GB total).
    • Two 1&#;Gbit/s ethernet ports per blade

    AMD based[edit]

    Modules based on x86 processors from AMD.

    LS20[edit]

    () Features:

    • Processors: One or two AMD Opteron (single or dual-core)
    • Memory: DDR (4 VLP DIMM slots)
    • Option for one or two SCSI U " drives
    • Two 1&#;Gbit/s ethernet ports
    • One expansion slot for up to two additional ports (Fibre Channel storage, additional Ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)

    LS21[edit]

    Inside of IBM LS21 blade. Small circuit board visible on the bottom right is an optional Fibre Channel daughter card.

    () This model can use the high-speed I/O of the BladeCenter H, but is also backwards compatible with the regular BladeCenter. Features:

    • Processors: One or two AMD Opteron (dual-core), support 65&#;nm Quad core after BIOS update (tested)
    • Memory: up to 32&#;GB of RAM (8 DIMM slots)
    • Option for one SAS or SATA " drive
    • Two Gigabit Ethernet ports
    • One expansion slot for up to two additional ports (Fibre-Channel storage, additional Ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)
    • One High-speed expansion slot for up to two additional ports (10&#;Gbit/s Ethernet or InfiniBand 4X)

    LS22[edit]

    () Upgraded model of LS Features:

    • Processors: One or two 45&#;nm AMD Opteron (quad or 6-core)
    • Memory: up to 64&#;GB of RAM (8 DIMM slots)
    • Option for two SAS or SATA " drive
    • Two Gigabit Ethernet ports
    • One expansion slot for up to two additional ports (Fibre-Channel storage, additional Ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)
    • One High-speed expansion slot for up to two additional ports (10 Gbit Ethernet or InfiniBand 4X)

    LS41[edit]

    (–) This model can use the High-speed IO option of the BladeCenter H, but is backwards compatible with the regular BladeCenter. Features:

    • Double-wide (needs 2 slots)
    • Processors: One to four AMD Opteron (dual-core)
    • Memory: up to 64&#;GB of RAM (16 DIMM slots)
    • Option for one or two SAS " drives
    • Four Gigabit Ethernet ports
    • Two expansion slots for up to four additional ports (Fibre-Channel storage, additional Ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)
    • One High-speed expansion slot for up to two additional ports (10&#;Gbit/s Ethernet or InfiniBand 4X)
    • Data Storage Capacity&#;?

    LS42[edit]

    (–) Upgraded model of LS Features:

    • Double-wide (needs 2 slots)
    • Processors: One to 4 AMD Opteron (quad or 6-core)
    • Memory: up to &#;GB of RAM (16 DIMM slots)
    • Option for one or two SAS " drives
    • Four Gigabit Ethernet ports
    • Two expansion slots for up to four additional ports (Fibre-Channel storage, additional Ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)
    • One High-speed expansion slot for up to two additional ports (10&#;Gbit/s Ethernet or InfiniBand 4X)

    Power based[edit]

    Modules based on PowerPC- or Power ISA-based processors from IBM.

    JS20[edit]

    () Features:[18]

    • Can run AIX or Linux
    • Processors: Two PowerPC at or &#;GHz
    • Memory: 4 DIMM slots for PC ECC (max 8 GB)
    • Option for one or two ATA " drives
    • Two Gigabit Ethernet ports
    • One expansion slot for up to two additional ports (Fibre Channel storage, additional Ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)

    JS21[edit]

    () This model can have the High-speed IO option of the BladeCenter H, but is backwards compatible with the regular BladeCenter. Features:

    JS22[edit]

    () Features:

    JS23[edit]

    () Features:

    JS43 Express[edit]

    Features:

    JS12 Express[edit]

    Features:

    PS[edit]

    Branded as part of IBM Power Systems. Features:

    PS[edit]

    Features are very similar to PS, but

    • Processor: 8-core
    • Memory: max GB

    PS[edit]

    Think two PS tied together back-to-back, forming a double-wide blade

    PS[edit]

    Features are very similar to PS, but

    • Processors: Two 8-core at &#;GHz

    PS[edit]

    Think two PS tied together back-to-back, forming a double-wide blade.

    Cell based[edit]

    Modules based on Cell processors from IBM.

    QS20[edit]

    Features:

    • Double-wide (needs 2 slots)
    • Can run Linux
    • Processors: Two Cell processors at &#;GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB XDRAM ( MB per processor)
    • 40 GB IDE " drive
    • Two Gigabit Ethernet ports
    • Optional InfiniBand 4X connectivity

    QS21[edit]

    Features:

    • Single-wide
    • Can run Linux
    • Processors: Two Cell processors at &#;GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB (1 GB per processor)
    • Two Gigabit Ethernet ports
    • One expansion slot for up to two additional ports (Fibre-Channel storage, additional Ethernet, Myrinet or InfiniBand)
    • One High-speed expansion slot for up to two additional ports (10 Gbit Ethernet or InfiniBand 4X)

    QS22[edit]

    Features:

    • Single-wide
    • Can run Linux
    • Processors: Two PowerXCell 8i at &#;GHz
    • Memory: Up to 32 GB of DDR2 SDRAM
    • Two Gigabit Ethernet ports
    • Expansion slots for SAS daughter card, InfiniBand 4X DDR daughter card and 8 GB uFDM Flash Drive

    UltraSPARC based: 2BC[edit]

    Themis computer announced a blade around It ran the Sun Solaris operating system from Sun Microsystems. Each module had one UltraSPARC T2 with 64 threads at &#;GHz and up to 32 GB of DDR2 SDRAM processor memory.[20]

    Advanced network: PN41[edit]

    Developed in conjunction with CloudShield, features: [21]

    • Single-wide
    • Processor: Intel IXP network processor
    • Full payload screening with deep packet inspection (DPI)
    • Full Layer 7 processing and control
    • User programmability using Eclipse-based IDE and RAVE open development language
    • Quad 1 Gbit + quad 10 Gbit Ethernet controllers
    • Up to 20 Gbit/s DPI throughput per blade
    • Selective traffic capture, rewrite and redirect
    • Has LAN and WAN Interfaces

    Modules[edit]

    Switch modules[edit]

    The BladeCenter can have a total of four switch modules, but two of the switch module bays can take only an Ethernet switch or Ethernet pass-though. To use the other switch module bays, a daughtercard needs to be installed on each blade that needs it, to provide the required SAN, Ethernet, InfiniBand or Myrinet function. Mixing of different type daughtercards in the same BladeCenter chassis is not allowed.

    Gigabit Ethernet[edit]

    Gigabit Ethernet switch modules were produced by IBM, Nortel, and Cisco Systems. BLADE Network Technologies produced some switches, and later was purchased by IBM. In all cases speed internal to the BladeCenter, between the blades, is non-blocking. External Gigabit Ethernet ports vary from four to six and can be either copper or optical fiber.

    Storage Area Network[edit]

    A variety of SAN switch modules have been produced by QLogic, Cisco, McData (acquired by Brocade) and Brocade ranging in speeds of 1, 2, 4 and 8 Gbit Fibre Channel. Speed from the SAN switch to the blade is determined by the lowest-common-denominator between the blade HBA daughtercard and the SAN switch. External port counts vary from two to six, depending on the switch module.

    InfiniBand[edit]

    A InfiniBand switch module has been produced by Cisco. Speed from the blade InfiniBand daughtercard to the switch is limited to IB 1X ( Gbit). Externally the switch has one IB 4X and one IB 12X port. The IB 12X port can be split to three IB 4X ports, giving a total of four IB 4X ports and a total theoretical external bandwidth of 40 Gbit.

    Pass-through[edit]

    Two kinds of pass-through module are available: copper pass-through and fibre pass-through. The copper pass-through can be used only with Ethernet, while the Fibre pass-through can be used for Ethernet, SAN or Myrinet.

    Bridge[edit]

    Bridge modules are only compatible with BladeCenter H and BladeCenter HT. They function like Ethernet or SAN switches and bridge the traffic to InfiniBand. The advantage is that from the Operating System on the blade everything seems normal (regular Ethernet or SAN connectivity), but inside the BladeCenter everything gets routed over the InfiniBand.

    High-speed switch modules[edit]

    High-speed switch modules are compatible only with the BladeCenter H and BladeCenter HT. A blade that needs the function must have a high-speed daughtercard installed. Different high-speed daughtercards cannot be mixed in the same BladeCenter chassis.

    10 Gigabit Ethernet[edit]

    A 10 Gigabit Ethernet switch module was available from BLADE Network Technologies. This allowed 10 Gbit/s connection to each blade, and to outside the BladeCenter.

    InfiniBand 4X[edit]

    There are several InfiniBand options:

    • A high-speed InfiniBand 4X SDR switch module from Cisco. This allows IB 4X connectivity to each blade. Externally the switch has two IB 4X ports and two IB 12X ports. The 12X ports can be split to three 4X ports, providing a total of eight IB 4X ports or a theoretical bandwidth of 80 Gbit. Internally between the blades, the switch is non-blocking.
    • A High-speed InfiniBand pass-through module to directly connect the blades to an external InfiniBand switch. This pass-though module is compatible with both SDR and DDR InfiniBand speeds.
    • A high-speed InfiniBand 4X QDR switch module from Voltaire (later acquired by Mellanox Technologies). This allows full IB 4X QDR connectivity to each blade. Externally the switch has 16 QSFP ports, all 4X QDR capable.

    Roadrunner TriBlade (custom module)[edit]

    A schematic description of the TriBlade module

    The IBM Roadrunner supercomputer used a custom module called the TriBlade from through An expansion blade connects two QS22 modules with 8 GB RAM each via 4 PCIe x8 links to a LS21 module with 16 GB RAM, two links for each QS It also provides outside connectivity via an Infiniband 4x DDR adapter. This makes a total width of four slots for a single TriBlade. Three TriBlades fit into one BladeCenter H chassis.[22]

    See also[edit]

    References[edit]

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    External links[edit]

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    IBM BladeCenter Products and TechnologyReference Information (withdrawn product)

    Blade servers captured industry focus because of their modular design, which can reduce costs with a more efficient usage of valuable floor space, and their simplified management, which can speed up such tasks as deploying, reprovisioning, updating, and troubleshooting hundreds of blade servers. By integrating resources and sharing key components, costs are reduced and availability is increased.

    This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes IBM BladeCenter® and describes the technology and features of the different chassis, blade server models, and connectivity options. We go into detail about every major component and provide guidance about networking and storage connectivity.

    This twelfth edition includes new products that were announced in the second half of This book is for clients, IBM Business Partners, and IBM employees who want to know the details about IBM BladeCenter chassis, servers, and options.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Product overview
    Chapter 2. IBM BladeCenter chassis and infrastructure configuration
    Chapter 3. Blade server hardware configuration
    Chapter 4. Network integration
    Chapter 5. Storage integration
    Chapter 6. IBM zEnterprise Extension Model

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