DASD and other adapters may require additional configuration
Configuration is the allocation of the server resources to organize and
interconnect hardware devices and software programs. The steps required to
configure the above named severs depend on the number and variety of
devices and programs installed.
For information about configuring the IBM SCSI-2 Fast/Wide PCI-Bus
RAID Adapter, see 'Starting the RAID Configuration Program'.
These servers support the following types of adapters.
- Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI)
- Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA)
- Industry Standard Architecture (ISA)
The following hardware configuration utility programs
are supplied with the server.
- Built-in Setup program
Configures system board functions, such as the integrated drive
electronics (IDE) controller and serial and parallel port assignments
that you install. It also allows you to set passwords for starting up
and accessing the Setup program.
- PC Server 520 EISA Configuration Diskette
Configures EISA and ISA adapters (boards).
- Built-in SCSI-2 adapter utility program
(SCSISelect Utility program)
Configures SCSI devices installed in non-disk-array models
- Configuration Option Diskette
Configures SCSI devices in disk-array models
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