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    USER ’ S GUIDE Ultra320 SCSI to PCI-X Host Adapters July 2003 Version 2 .

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    electromagnetic Compatibility Notices This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. operation is subject to the following two conditions : 1. 2. This device may not cause harmful noise, and This device must accept any noise received, including hindrance that may cause undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to separate 15 of the FCC Rules .

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    This document contains proprietorship information of LSI Logic Corporation. The information contained herein is not to be used by or disclosed to third parties without the express written license of an military officer of LSI Logic Corporation. LSI Logic products are not intended for use in life-support appliances, devices, or systems. Use of any LSI Logic product in such applications without written consent of the appropriate LSI Logic military officer is prohibited. Document DB15-000192-01, Version 2.1 ( July 2003 ) .

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    four Version 2.1 Copyright © 2002-2003 by LSI Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.

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    foreword This document is the drug user ’ south lead for all LSI Logic Ultra320 SCSI to PCI-X Host Adapters. It contains a functional description of the Ultra320 SCSI host adapters ampere good as physical and electric specifications. It besides contains instructions for installing the master of ceremonies adapters and for connecting SCSI devices to them. Audience This document assumes that you have some casualness with SCSI protocol and related documentation devices .

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    refer Publications LSI53C1020 PCI to Ultra320 SCSI Controller Technical Manual, LSI Logic Corporation, Document number DB14-000176-04 LSI53C1030 PCI to Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI Multifunction Controller Technical Manual, LSI Logic Corporation, Document number DB14-000156-03 Fusion-MPT™ Device Management User ’ s Guide, LSI Logic Corporation, Document number DB15-000186-01 Revision Record Version Date Remarks 1 .

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    Contents Chapter 1 Quick Installation Procedures 1.1 General Description 1.2 Quick Host Adapter Installation 1.3 Quick Windows Driver Installation Chapter 2 Detailed Host Adapter Installation 2.1 Installing your Ultra320 SCSI Host Adapter 2.1.1 Selecting a PCI Slot 2.1.2 Inserting the Host Adapter 2.2 SCSI Device Cables 2.2.1 Internal SCSI Cables 2.2.2 External SCSI Cable 2.3 Connecting SCSI Devices 2.3.1 Connecting Internal SCSI Devices 2.3.2 Connecting the LED Cable 2.3 .

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    3.2 3.3 3.1.2 LSI21320 Dual Channel Host Adapters 3.1.3 LSI22320 Dual Channel Host Adapters Host Adapter Characteristics Technical Specifications 3.3.1 Electrical Characteristics 3.3.2 Thermal and Atmospheric Characteristics 3.3.3 Safety Characteristics Appendix A Glossary of Terms Customer Feedback eight Contents Version 2.1 Copyright © 2002-2003 by LSI Logic Corporation. All rights reserved .

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    Figures 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 3.1 3.2 3.3 3 .

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    x Version 2.1 Copyright © 2002-2003 by LSI Logic Corporation. All rights reserved .

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    Tables 1.1 2.1 2.2 3.1 3.2 3.3 Ultra320 SCSI Controllers and Host Adapters SCSI ID Record for Dual Channel Adapter Host Adapter Installation Check List Ultra320 SCSI, 64-bit, 133 MHz PCI-X Host Adapters Host Adapter Characteristics Maximum Power Requirements 1-1 2-12 2-13 3-1 3-8 3-9 xi Version 2.1 Copyright © 2002-2003 by LSI Logic Corporation. All rights reserved .

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    twelve Version 2.1 Copyright © 2002-2003 by LSI Logic Corporation. All rights reserved .

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    chapter 1 Quick Installation Procedures This chapter contains general information about Ultra320 SCSI controllers and host adapters. It provides flying host arranger facility instructions and SCSI bus frame-up for have computer users. It besides provides immediate initiation instructions for Windows device drivers. This chapter includes these topics : • section 1.1, “ General Description, ” page 1-1 • section 1.2, “ Quick Host Adapter Installation, ” page 1-2 • section 1 .

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    To achieve Ultra320 SCSI performance, you must connect merely broken Voltage Differential ( LVD ) devices to the host adapter. If you connect single-ended ( SE ) devices and LVD devices, the entire bus will drop to the lower SE speed, limiting bus performance to Ultra SCSI. The Ultra320 SCSI host adapters support all major operating systems, such as Windows ( NT 4.0, 2000, NET and XP ), Linux, NetWare, UnixWare, SCO OpenServer 5.X, OS/2, and Solaris .

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    footfall 7. Connect the inner and external SCSI devices to connectors on one SCSI duct. Step 8. Install SCSI bus terminators at the ends of the SCSI bus topology. The SCSI bus must be properly terminated. Step 9. Set the SCSI IDs for all devices and record them for future reference. Step 10. Make any shape changes. step 11 .

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    1.3 Quick Windows Driver Installation To load the SYMMPI.SYS miniport driver during a fresh Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows .NET system installation, you can boot directly from the Microsoft initiation CD-ROM. The Windows drivers are not exchangeable ; however, the instructions are very alike. To install a newfangled Windows operate system and its allow device driver, follow these steps : footfall 1. Have the Microsoft Windows driver diskette available to insert into drive a when prompted .

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    chapter 2 Detailed Host Adapter Installation This chapter provides detailed instructions on how to install the LSI Logic Ultra320 SCSI to PCI-X host adapters and includes these topics : • section 2.1, “ Installing your Ultra320 SCSI Host Adapter, ” foliate 2-1 • section 2.2, “ SCSI Device Cables, ” page 2-4 • part 2.3, “ Connecting SCSI Devices, ” page 2-6 • section 2.4, “ Terminating the SCSI Bus, ” page 2-11 • section 2.5, “ Setting SCSI IDs, ” page 2-12 • section 2 .

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    caution : You must touch a ground metallic surface before handling the host adapter because static charges on your torso can damage electronic components. Handle circuit board boards by the border ; do not touch dining table components or amber connection contacts. LSI Logic recommends that you use a static ground strap. Step 4. Remove your Ultra320 SCSI host adapter from its box and verify that it is not damaged. figure 2.1 shows the LSI22320 host arranger .

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    2.1.2 Inserting the Host Adapter Perform the trace steps to install your Ultra320 SCSI master of ceremonies arranger in the personal computer mainboard. Step 1. Remove the blank bracket panel on the back of the calculator that is aligned with the PCI-X slot you have selected. Save the bracket screw. Step 2. Carefully insert the boundary connection J1 of the host adapter into the PCI-X slot, as shown in Figure 2.2. trope 2.2 Inserting the Host Adapter Bracket Screw 32-Bit Slots 64-Bit Slots Step 3 .

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    step 4. Be sure to tighten the bracket screw into the bracket securely before you connect the internal and external SCSI devices. 2.2 SCSI Device Cables For reliable Ultra320 operation, be certain to use an Ultra320 rated SCSI cable. The Ultra320 SCSI cable besides has built-in abject voltage derived function and single-ended result. This built-in feature is included because most Ultra320 SCSI difficult disk drives are not made with on-board low electric potential differential termination. 2.2 .

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    2.2.2 External SCSI Cable You can connect all external SCSI devices to the master of ceremonies arranger with shield cables. You need one 68-pin very high density cable for each device. calculate 2.5 shows an example of an external SCSI cable. trope 2.5 SCSI Cable – 68-Pin VHDCI SCSI Device Cables Version 2.1 Copyright © 2002-2003 by LSI Logic Corporation. All rights reserved .

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    2.3 Connecting SCSI Devices This section explains how to connect internal and external SCSI devices to the Ultra320 SCSI host adapters. 2.3.1 Connecting Internal SCSI Devices This section provides bit-by-bit instructions for connecting inner SCSI devices. The figures show the LSI22320 host adapter, which has two inner connectors and two external connectors. other Ultra320 SCSI server adapter models have different numbers of connectors. Refer to Section 2.2 .

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    step 2. Plug the 68-pin connection on the other end of the internal SCSI ribbon cable into the SCSI connection on the internal SCSI device. figure 2.7 shows how to do this. figure 2.7 Connecting Multiple Internal SCSI Devices Step 3. If you have another home SCSI device, connect the internal SCSI ribbon cable to it. figure 2.7 shows how to do this. You can connect other devices if the cable has more connectors. The Ultra320 SCSI horde adapters support astir to 15 SCSI devices connected to each SCSI transmit.

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    “ Terminating the SCSI Bus, ” page 2-11 for more data about SCSI bus termination. 2.3.2 Connecting the LED Cable Most computer cabinets have a front jury LED. When properly connected, the front panel LED lights when there is activity on the SCSI bus topology. Connect the LED cable television to connector J5 on the host arranger, as shown in Figure 2.8. Connector J5 is not keyed. calculate 2.8 SCSI LED Connector .

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    2.3.3 Connecting External SCSI Devices This section provides bit-by-bit instructions for connecting external SCSI devices. Refer to Section 2.2.2, “ External SCSI Cable, ” foliate 2-5 for examples of external cables. Step 1. Plug the 68-pin VHDCI connection on one end of a shielded external eminent density cable into the host arranger ’ s external SCSI connection. This connection is exposed on the rear dialog box of your computer. Step 2 .

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    step 3. Connect any extra SCSI devices to one another with harbor external SCSI cables. You need a separate SCSI cable for each extra device. figure 2.10 shows how to connect multiple external SCSI devices. digit 2.10 Connecting Multiple External SCSI Devices Enable termination on the device at the end of the bus. disable result on all devices not at the end of the bus topology. Host Adapter Automatically Terminated Step 4 .

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    2.4 Terminating the SCSI Bus The SCSI bus contains all the devices that you connect with SCSI cables. When you connect the first and end physical SCSI devices on the ends of the SCSI bus, you must have end point active. You must remove or disable termination on all early SCSI devices on the same bus. If you connected only inner SCSI devices on a bus, the host arranger automatically terminates itself. If you connected only external SCSI devices on a bus topology, the host adapter besides terminates automatically .

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    2.5 Setting SCSI IDs SCSI IDs identify each SCSI device on the SCSI bus topology. Each SCSI ID on a given busbar must be alone. The IDs are 0 through 15 for a 16-bit bus. The preset host arranger ID set is 7, which gives the highest precedence to the host arranger. If you plan to boot your computer from a SCSI intemperate harrow driveway, you must assign SCSI ID 0 to the drive. normally, you do not change the host adapter SCSI ID setting from its default option prize .

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    2.6 Completing the facility Before replacing the cover on your calculator, complete the checklist as shown in board 2.2. table 2 .

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    2-14 Detailed Host Adapter Installation Version 2.1 Copyright © 2002-2003 by LSI Logic Corporation. All rights reserved .

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    chapter 3 Ultra320 SCSI Host Adapter Characteristics This chapter describes the LSI Logic Ultra320 SCSI to PCI-X master of ceremonies adapters. This chapter includes these topics : • department 3.1, “ Ultra320 SCSI to PCI-X Host Adapters, ” page 3-1 • section 3.2, “ Host Adapter Characteristics, ” foliate 3-7 • department 3.3, “ Technical Specifications, ” page 3-7 3 .

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    3.1.1 LSI20320 Single Channel Host Adapters The LSI20320, LSI20320-R, LSI20320L and LSI20320H are individual channel Ultra320 SCSI to PCI-X master of ceremonies adapters that provide one Ultra320 SCSI channel. The SCSI Channel A interface for the LSI20320, LSI20320-R and LSI20320L is made through connectors J1 and J3. See number 3.1 for details. The SCSI Channel A interface for the LSI20320H is made through connectors J2 and J4. See trope 3.2 for details .

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    figure 3.1 illustrates the LSI20320, LSI20320-R, or LSI20320L master of ceremonies adapter. The LSI20320L adapter uses a PCI moo profile bracket. trope 3.2 illustrates the LSI20320H host arranger. figure 3.1 LSI20320, LSI20320-R and LSI21320L Host Adapters HDR2 Connector for Channel A J3 Channel A Internal SCSI Connector J1 Channel A External VHDCI Figure 3 .

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    3.1.2 LSI21320 Dual Channel Host Adapters The LSI Logic LSI21320 and LSI21320-R are dual channel Ultra320 SCSI to PCI-X master of ceremonies adapters that provide two Ultra320 SCSI channels. The SCSI Channel A interface is made through connectors J2 and J4. The SCSI Channel B interface is made through connection J3. See number 3.3 for details .

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    human body 3.3 LSI21320 or LSI21320-R Drawing J4 Channel A Ultra320 SCSI LVD/SE J3 Channel B Ultra320 SCSI LVD/SE J2 Channel A Ultra320 SCSI LVD/SE J6 for Channels A and B LSI53C1030 J1 – PCI and PCI-X 3.1.3 LSI22320 Dual Channel Host Adapters The LSI Logic LSI22320 and LSI22320-R are double transmit Ultra320 SCSI to PCI-X host adapters that provide two Ultra320 SCSI channels. The SCSI Channel A interface is made through connectors J2 and J6 .

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    Details of the LSI22320 and LSI22320-R host adapters are • J1 : PCI and PCI-X, 64-bit, universal type circuit board edge connection • J2 and J3 : 68-pin very high density cable interconnect right-angle external connectors • J4 and J6 : 68-pin high concentration right-angle internal connectors • J5 : 4-pin gloomy density unshrouded right-angle LED connection • Subsystem Vendor ID : 0x1000 • Subsystem ID : 0x1010 During system low-level formatting, the arrangement loads the ID numbers into the Subsystem Vendor ID and Subsystem ID re

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    3.2 Host Adapter Characteristics Table 3.2 shows the general characteristics for all Ultra320 SCSI PCI Host Adapters. mesa 3.2 Host Adapter Characteristics Flash Serial LVD/SE ROM1 EEPROM2 Signaling Ultra320 SCSI Data Transfers SCSI Features SCSI Termination Yes Up to 320 Mbytes/s angstrom well as Fast, Ultra, Ultra2, and Ultra160 speeds ; Synchronous offsets up to 62. plug and Play Scatter/Gather Activity LED TERMPWR with autoresetting racing circuit circuit breaker Yes 16-bit SE or LVD interfaces 1 .

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    table 3.3 Maximum Power Requirements Host Adapter PCI/PCI-X +5.0 V PCI/PCI-X +3.3 V PCI PRSNT1 # / Over the PRSNT2 # Power Operating Range LSI20320 LSI20320-R LSI20320-L LSI20320-H 1.5 A 2.0 A 15 W 0 ˚C to 55 ˚C LSI21320 LSI21320-R 1.5 A 2.5 A 15 W 0 ˚C to 55 ˚C LSI22320 LSI22320-R 5A 0.0 A 25 W 0 ˚C to 55 ˚C 3.3 .

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    Appendix A Glossary of Terms Active Termination The electrical connection required at each end of the SCSI bus, composed of active electric potential regulation and a set of result resistors. Ultra SCSI, Ultra2 SCSI, Ultra160 SCSI, and Ultra320 SCSI require active end point. BIOS Basic Input/Output System. Software that provides basic read/write capability. normally kept as firmware ( ROM based ). The system BIOS on the mainboard of a calculator is used to boot and control the system .

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    Host The computer arrangement in which a SCSI host arranger is installed. It uses the SCSI host arranger to transfer information to and from devices attached to the SCSI bus. Host Adapter A circuit circuit board or integrated lap that provides a device association to the host. Internal SCSI Device A SCSI device installed inside the computer cabinet. These devices are connected to one another with an unshielded ribbon cable television. PCI and PCI-X Peripheral Component Interconnect .

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    SureLINK The domain establishment method acting developed and used by LSI Logic. SureLINK provides three levels of integrity check : Basic ( flush 1 ), Enhanced ( level 2 ), and Margined ( level 3 ). Ultra SCSI A standard for SCSI data transfers. It allows a transmit rate of up to 20 Mbytes/s over an 8-bit SCSI busbar and astir to 40 Mbytes/s over a 16-bit SCSI bus topology. Ultra2 SCSI A criterion for SCSI datum transfers .

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    A-4 Glossary of Terms Version 2.1 Copyright © 2002-2003 by LSI Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.

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