8600 Server 195 and Server 295
192-142 IBM PS/2 Server 295 (8600-001 and 002)
192-297 IBM PS/2 Server 295 Preinstalled Software
193-097 IBM PS/2 Server 195 (8600-003)
193-098 IBM PS/2 Server 295 Enhancements (8600-001 AND -002)
193-099 Netware Software for PS/2 Server 195/295
193-215 IBM OS/2 2.1 Support for IBM PS/2 Server 195/295
193-388 IBM Internal 8MM Tape Drive for PS/2 Server 195/295
292-302 IBM Maximum Availability and Support System/2 IBM Multi Processing Extensions/2 
                      IBM Orthogonal RAID-5 Disk Array/2 

195295fm.exe   Server 195/295 Field Maint. Test 2.0
295diag.exe       Server 195 and Server 295 diagnostic diskette
295fw170.exe   Server 295 FirmWare upgrade version 1.7
295ref.exe         Server 195 and Server 295 reference diskette version 1.7.1
295start.exe      Server 195 and Server 295 system startup diskette
mpext21f.exe     Server 295 HPFS fix for MP extensions
mass160.exe      Server 195 and Server 295 MASS/2 version 1.60
raidnw.exe         Server 195 and Server 295 RAID installation diskette for NetWare

750 watt universal power supply;  Opt redundant pow supply.

8600-001 486DX-33 w/128KB L2 , 486DX-50, w/256KB L2.
8600-002 Two 486DX-50s w/256KB L2 cache.
(L2 is direct mapped, write-through)
Asymmetric multiprocessing for OS/2 (one 486 for operating
system, apps; one 486 for file system and protocols).
32 MB ECC memory, 70 ns; Upgradeable to 64, 96, 128 MB.
 All memory ECC; Each 32 MB has own memory controller.

Bus Architecture:
64 bit 200 MB/sec Interprocessor Bus; hierarchical design to interconnect the processor(s), memory, SCSI controllers, and Remote Maintenance Processor (RMP); 6 slots.
Parity protection on data, address, and control buses (IP-Bus).
Each 486 has independent 20 MB/sec Micro Channel bus (8 slots on 1st 486 + 4 slots on opt 2nd 486 = 12 total slots).

 Two independent (dual channel) RISC-based SCSI I/II controllers on single card; 64 bit interface to IP-Bus.
Option: 2 additional SCSI controllers (same as above, on 1 card).
Supports IBM 400 MB (11.5 ms) and 1 GB (11ms) SCSI disks.
Supports 1 to 28 hot insertion/extraction disks (all hot pluggable).
Max of 9 GB internally (9 bays x 1 GB disk).
Max of 28 GB total (4 SCSI x 7 disks (1GB)) with Exp Cabinets.
Ten 3.5" half height bays internally (diskette uses one).
Supports 1 to 3 optional External Expansion Cabinets each with
ten 5.25" half height or five 5.25" full height bays.
OS/2 preload includes FTUTIL: allows disk pairs to be striped,
mirrored, or duplexed. Also allows hot spare pooling,
hot insertion/extraction, automatic data rebuild, and hot fix.

MASS/2 Features (Maximum Availability and Support System/2)
Integrated software allowing monitoring, controling, tuning, and recovery of 295. Allows 295 to be geographically distributed while permitting comprehensive, centralized control with mainframe-like remote administration. Features:
 Failure recovery without human intervention (most cases).
 Operation even when 295 powered down (RMP with battery).
 Concurrent access by multiple users.
 Access via console, across LAN (local), via modem (remote).
 Continual monitoring of CPU, memory, disk, network, and swapping level utilization via realtime bar graph, and 1 hour history in RMP RAM, and historic logs on disk.
 Continual monitoring of temperature, power supply voltage, single bit memory errors, network errors.
 Comprehensive configuration details (processors, memory, SCSI, arrays, spares, RMP, UPS status, adapters).
 Alarm and threshold selection with automatic dial out capability for easy prompt administration (such as disk failure, disk full, reboots, shut downs, memory errors, over temperature, power low/high, and network errors).
 Scheduled power down and power up; remote rebooting.
 SAA-compliant graphical user interface (hierarchical).
 Access to network operating system logs and server logs.
 Multilevel password based security; G File transfer capability.
 Preinstalled on Server 295.
computing platform to support mission critical, client/server applications.
It supports an unprecedented number of network users generating intense
workloads due to its multi-processor, multiple bus architecture that
permits system resources to be scaled to match workload
requirements. It allows complete management of geographically
remote servers with mainframe-like administration (for monitoring,
control, tuning, and recovery without human intervention).

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