Originally posted by: snowyx5
Originally posted by: stephen2615
Hi, getting good stats from Tuning Manager on DKA utilisation but struggling to work out which ones are relevent in servicing the Array Groups and hence LDEVs I am interested in. Is there a ref anyone can point me to ?
Mmm, thks for the general advice. There is nothing in Device Manager I can find to give this mapping.
Originally posted by: mackem
USP V8 BEDs, 1 through 8.Following Stephens reply above the following shows which BEDs control which Array Groups for the USP V - BED1 = 1, 3, 11BED2 = 2, 4, 12BED3 = 5, 13BED4 = 6, 14BED5 = 7, 15BED6 = 8, 16BED7 = 9, 17BED8 = 10, 18BTW Stephen - have you noticed England are 255 for 2 at Lords - come on!!!
Stephen,R5 7+1, R6 6+2 and R10 4+4 both require 2 BED pairs on the USP V, and yes the even numbered BEDs control the even numbered PGs. You cant do 7+1 on a single bed pair, kind of like how it was on the 9980V and the likes. Each BED pair supports half the disk that a BED pair in the USP supported, remember these are half height PCBs and each BED/PCB has 4 ports (8 ports across the pair) whereas the USP had 8 ports per PCB (16 across the pair). Take the following example, as you know, in a USP R0 and lower R1 and lower R2 are serviced only by a single BED pair - BED pair 1. In the USP V R0 and lower R1 and lower R2 are servied by BED pairs 1 and 2. BTW the term BED pair is the same as it was on the USP as far as Im aware == DKA pair or ACP pair. Each BED pair consists of two 4 port BED PCBs, one in cluster 1 and the other in cluster 2.I dont know why it appears that the bed has double the disks, are you sure on this one. Where are you seeing this?Does this help any?PS. I guess you noticed the relative England batting collapse yesterday afternoon!
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