Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of malibu/gw3089gblade


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Timestamp:
04/19/2023 11:03:34 PM (14 months ago)
Author:
Ron Eisworth
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  • malibu/gw3089gblade

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    11= GW3089 GBlade Server Blade
    2 [[Image(GW3089.JPG,300px)]]
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    44== Product Information
     
    1616Once the unit is powered, the GBlade serial console can be accessed through the type C USB port through a cable to a desktop/laptop PC. The serial console uses an industry standard FTDI FT2232HQ USB to Serial/JTAG converter IC and will show up as a /dev/ttyUSBx device in Linux and can be accessed through a terminal program with the baud rate of 115,200. For other operating systems, virtual COM port (VCP) drivers can be found here: [https://ftdichip.com/drivers/vcp-drivers/ Link].
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    18 [[Image(GW3089serial.JPG,300px)]]
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    2020Example:
     
    4747 * (eth0) 10GbE XFI port is on the top - This port is brought up with DHCP in the default Linux installation.
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    49 [[Image(GW3089ethernet.JPG,300px)]]
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    5151===  Powering Gblade with PoE
     
    7979When power is applied, the LED will be a solid green. The LED will present a green heartbeat pattern is shown once the board is booted into Linux.
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    9494== Thermal & Cooling Fan
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    9699The GW3089 uses the industrial temperature quad core Marvell CN9130 processor rated at 2.2GHz. The Tjunction rating for the processor is -40C to +105C. The GW3089 enclosure contains a built in CUI fan (model CUI CFM-4020BF-095-342-22) to keep the unit cool and provide airflow to the processor. When the unit first boots, the fan will turn on to full speed and then once Linux starts it will be under thermal control based on the processors AP core temperature.