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Introduction to Service Terminal Service Terminal on DMX units Service Terminal on Chorus units Service Terminal extensions

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Introduction to Service Terminal

A service terminal is a terminal which can be connected to a computer unit for system monitoring as well as fault investigation. Service Terminal session:

Local, connect directly to a computer unit through a serial interface.

Remote, connect from MML session or Service Terminal session of another computer unit.

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Service Terminal on DMX Units

Maximum number of Service Terminal sessions:

2 local sessions 2 remote sessions

Interface for local connection: serial port with RJ45 connector Line properties

Bit rate 9600 bit/s 7 data bits Even parity 2 stop bits

Optional settings

Auto wrap: off xon/xoff protocol local echo: off

Workstation (PC)
Workstation (PC)
Computer Unit
Computer Unit

RJ45 to DB9 converter

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Service Terminal on DMX Units • Maximum number of Service Terminal sessions: – 2 local sessions

ST program on DMX units

Prompt

 

XXXX:YYY>

:“ indicates service terminal session established by connecting a cable directly to a DMX computer units

 

XXXX is the physical address of computer unit where service terminal session opened. For example; 0000 stands for OMU-0.

YYY shows where you are in command menu tree. For example; MAN = main level, OSC = Operating System Command.

XXXX-YYY>

-” indicates service terminal session established remotely, either from an MML session or Service Terminal session in others computer units.

Otherwise same as above.

Example:

Example:
 
 

Physical address of

OMU-1

OMU-1
OMU-1

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Basic ST operation on DMX Units

?

Show available commands

Z

Return to the main level command

ZE

End session

?<command>

Show command syntax

up-arrow / ctrl-B

Previous command

ctrl-W

Beginning of line

ctrl-D

Backward char

ctrl-G

Delete char

ctrl-L

Show last command

ctrl-U / ctrl-X

Ignore command

ctrl-Z

Show line editing commands

Down-arrow / ctrl-N

Next command

ctrl-E

End of line

ctrl-F

Forward char

DEL

Delete backward char

ctrl-R

Repeat last command

ctrl-A

Toggle insert / overwrite

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Basic ST operation on DMX Units ? Show available commands Z Return to the main level

ST Program Main Menu on DMX Unit

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Service Terminal on Chorus unit

Maximum number of Service Terminal sessions

1 local session 2 remote sessions

The same configuration for local connection as it is on DMX units

Special handling for computer unit with child units, A2SU and DMCU, jumper position for local ST connection is applied

Service Terminal on Chorus unit • Maximum number of Service Terminal sessions 1 local session –
PG -0 PG -0 PG-2 PG-2 PG-3 PG-3 PG -1 PG -1
PG -0
PG -0
PG-2
PG-2
PG-3
PG-3
PG -1
PG -1

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Service Terminal on Chorus unit • Maximum number of Service Terminal sessions 1 local session –

ST Program on Chorus Units

Prompt

 
 

XXXX-$

$” indicates service terminal session in a Chorus unit. There is no difference between local and remote session.

XXXX is the physical address of computer unit where service terminal session opened. For example; 000A stands for A2SP-1.

Example

 
Physical address of A2SP-1
Physical address of
A2SP-1

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ST Program on Chorus Units Prompt XXXX-$ “ $ ” indicates service terminal session in a

Basic ST operation on Chorus Units

help

List internal command

<command> -?

Show command help

quit / exit / logout

End session

ls

List the contents of a directory

cd

Change working directory

pwd

Display the working directory name

up-arrow

Previous command

down-arrow

Next command

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Basic ST operation on Chorus Units help List internal command <command> -? Show command help quit

The Chorus service terminal consists of the command interpreter (shell) and a number of commands. The shell is a Unix-like shell with Unix-like command line syntax.

ST Program Main Menu on Chorus Unit

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Service Terminal Extensions

Service Terminal extensions are programs which usually not included in the main menu.

An extension needs to be installed first before it is available in the main menu.

The extensions are loaded from system disk (WDU) or other removable media

Some extensions, by default, are loaded onto a computer unit during the start-up phase

These default extensions may be different in different units.

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Service Terminal Extensions • Service Terminal extensions ar e programs which usually not included in the

Installing ST Extensions on DMX Unit

  • 1. List available extensions using LS; command

  • 2. Take a note module ID (first three letter of an extension module name) you wish to install

  • 3. Install using LP:<COMM>,<MOD_ID>; command

Example:

Installing “Recovery Userpart” extension (RCJ) and use “J” key to execute the extension from the main menu.

Installing ST Extensions on DMX Unit 1. List available extensions using LS; command 2. Take a
Installing ST Extensions on DMX Unit 1. List available extensions using LS; command 2. Take a

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Installing ST Extensions on DMX Unit 1. List available extensions using LS; command 2. Take a

Installing ST Extensions on Chorus Unit

ST Extensions in Chorus unit are handled by using “loadext” command.

Use ”loadext” with extension name. It will automatically match name to file name and loads from disk.

 

0400-$ loadext olog Loading file 00000000 CSXOLOGX from 0000 to /bin/olog.gz Loading done

 

0400-$

Use option to load extension manually from disk.

0400-$ dxfload -n CSXOLOGX -u 0 -d -o /bin/olog.gz Loading file 00000000 CSXOLOGX from 0000 to /bin/olog.gz Loading done

0400-$

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Installing ST Extensions on Chorus Unit • ST Extensions in Chorus unit are handled by using

-n means the file name in the DMX unit is given without the .IMG extension -u means the unit (0x0 is OMU) -d means from the disk -o means that the file is loaded without the DMX load module header