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Power Systems to support replacement of WWPN's on HBA Cards
On Power9 the EN1C/EN1D cards use hard soldered SFP's; when a SFP fails the HBA must replaced, which requires SAN Zoning Changes These cards have the capability to replace the WWPN/WWNN, and we require a method to update the replacement HBA's WWPN...
Add Power Systems Hardware to the ibm-power-systems.ideas.ibm.com
The hardware side of Power Systems seems to be missing in this tool. I had to choose "Power Systems: Systems Design" as the closest category which is strange because this doesn't show up in the list of supported categories here: https://www.ibm.co...
Calculating partition minimum memory in System Planning Tool
When planning the memory usage in a new LPAR'd Power System using the System Planning Tool the minimum memory allowed does not work when you actually build the partitions. The tool allows lower minimum memory than the actual install will allow. It...
As more companies are consolidating workloads onto smaller numbers of Power servers, their I/O needs are increasing to support those multiple workloads. To support these requirements, it would be helpful to have support for 4-port 32 Gbps Fibre Ch...
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