IBM 9117-MMB User Manual

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Pages 114 Pages
Updated Sep 3, 2021
Category Power Supply

Table of Contents

  • Safety notices

    7
  • Power supplies for the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9179-MHB, or 9179-MHC

    13
  • Removing the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9179-MHB, or 9179-MHC power supply with the power turned on

    15
  • Replacing the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9179-MHB, or 9179-MHC power supply with the power turned off

    16
  • Replacing the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9179-MHB, or 9179-MHC power supply with the power turned on

    18
  • Power supply LEDs

    20
  • Power supplies, fans, and input power distribution assemblies in a 5802 or 5877 expansion unit

    21
  • Removing a power supply or fan from a 5802 or 5877 expansion unit with the power turned off

    25
  • Replacing a power supply or fan in a 5802 or 5877 expansion unit with the power turned on

    28
  • Replacing a power supply or fan in a 5802 or 5877 expansion unit with the power turned off

    33
  • Removing an input power distribution assembly from a 5802 or 5877 expansion unit with the power turned off

    37
  • Replacing an input power distribution assembly in a 5802 or 5877 expansion unit with the power turned off

    40
  • Common procedures for installable features

    45
  • Identifying a part

    47
  • Identifying a failing part in an AIX system or logical partition

    49
  • Identifying a failing part in an IBM i system or logical partition

    50
  • Locating a failing part in a Virtual I/O Server system or logical partition

    51
  • Starting a system or logical partition by using the Hardware Management Console

    53
  • Stopping a system that is not managed by an HMC or an SDMC

    54
  • Stopping a system by using the Hardware Management Console

    55
  • Placing the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system into the service or operating position

    56
  • Placing the rack-mounted 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system into the operating position

    57
  • Removing and replacing covers for the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C

    59
  • Removing the front cover on a stand-alone 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system

    60
  • Installing the front cover on a rack-mounted 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system

    61
  • Installing the front cover and front door on a stand-alone 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system

    62
  • Removing the service access cover on a rack-mounted 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system

    63
  • Removing the service access cover on a stand-alone 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system

    64
  • Installing the service access cover on a rack-mounted 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system

    66
  • Disconnecting the power cords from the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system

    68
  • Connecting the power cords to the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8205-E6B, or 8205-E6C system

    70
  • Installing a part by using the Systems Director Management Console

    71
  • Verifying the installed part by using Hardware Management Console

    72
  • Activating and deactivating LEDs by using the HMC

    73
  • Viewing serviceable events by using the HMC

    74
  • Verifying the installed part by using Systems Director Management Console

    75
  • Viewing serviceable events by using the IBM Systems Director Management Console

    76
  • Verifying an installed feature or replaced part on a system or logical partition by using Virtual I/O Server tools

    77
  • Verifying a repair

    79
  • Verifying the repair in AIX

    80
  • Verifying a repair using an IBM i system or logical partition

    83
  • Verifying the repair in Linux

    85
  • Closing a service call

    87
  • Closing a service call using AIX or Linux

    91
  • Closing a service call using Integrated Virtualization Manager

    95
  • Activating and deactivating LEDs

    99
  • Deactivating a system attention LED or partition LED using the management console

    100
  • Deactivating a system attention LED or logical partition LED using the Advanced System Management Interface

    101
  • Activating or deactivating an identify LED using the Advanced System Management Interface

    102
  • Notices

    103
  • Trademarks

    104
  • Class B Notices

    108
  • Terms and conditions

    111

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