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Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe Card

User’s Guide

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Document Information

Preface

Related Documentation

Documentation, Support, and Training

Preparing for Installation

Understanding Card Features

Flash Module Architecture Overview

Energy Storage Module Overview

Required ESM Replacement

Ship Kit Contents

Required Tools

Observing Safety Precautions

General Safety Information

Safety Symbols

ESD Safety Measures

Perform ESD Prevention Measures

Update the Host System

Installing the Card

Installing the Hardware

Verify Available PCIe Slot

(Optional) Install Full-Height Bracket

Install the Card Into a System

Card LED Locations

FMod Alignment for Optimal Performance

(Optional) Using the SAS/SATA Controller as a Boot Device

SAS/SATA Controller as a Boot Device

Configure the SAS/SATA Controller as a Boot Device (SPARC Systems)

Configure the SAS/SATA Controller as a Boot Device (x86 Systems)

Remove the Card From a System

Servicing the Card

Servicing FMods

Locate an FMod Using Software

FMod Physical Locations

Remove an FMod

Install an FMod

Replacing FMod Retention Clips

Servicing the ESM

Monitoring ESP Lifespan

Removing the ESM

Installing the ESM

Updating the FMod Firmware

Update the FMod Firmware (Oracle Solaris OS)

Update the FMod Firmware (Windows and Linux OS)

Updating the SAS/SATA Controller Firmware

Update the SAS/SATA Controller Firmware (Oracle Solaris OS)

Update the SAS/SATA Controller Firmware (Linux OS)

Update the SAS/SATA Controller Firmware (Windows)

Replace the Card

Card Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Chart

Card LEDs

Specifications

Physical Dimensions

Environmental Specifications

Electrical Specifications

Connector Pinouts

Glossary

Replacing FMod Retention Clips

In the event one or more FMod retention clips break, you can order replacement clips (Oracle Part Number 555-1970) from Oracle.com.

  1. Remove any FMods required to replace the broken clip.

    See Remove an FMod.

  2. Completely remove the broken retention clip screw and clip from the board.
  3. Install the new retention clip, but do not tighten the retention clip screw.

    Leave the retention clip loose to ease installation of the FMod.

  4. Install the FMod.

    See Install an FMod.

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