HP ProLiant ML310 Server Maintenance and Service Guide

HP ProLiant ML310 Server
Maintenance and Service Guide
July 2003 (Sixth Edition)
Part Number 274429-006
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HP ProLiant ML310 Server Maintenance and Service Guide
July 2003 (Sixth Edition)
Part Number 274429-006
Contents
About This Guide
Audience Assumptions............................................................................................................................... vii
Technician Notes........................................................................................................................................ vii
Where to Go for Additional Help.................................................................................................................ix
Integrated Management Log ..................................................................................................................ix
Telephone Numbers ...............................................................................................................................ix
Chapter 1
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Mechanical Parts Exploded View ............................................................................................................. 1-2
Mechanical Spare Parts List ...................................................................................................................... 1-3
Server Components Exploded View (ATA Model) .................................................................................. 1-4
Server Components Exploded View (SCSI Model) .................................................................................. 1-5
Server Components Spare Parts List ......................................................................................................... 1-6
Chapter 2
Removal and Replacement Procedures
Electrostatic Discharge Information.......................................................................................................... 2-2
Symbols on Equipment ............................................................................................................................. 2-3
Preparation Procedures.............................................................................................................................. 2-4
Powering Down the Server ................................................................................................................. 2-4
Server Warnings and Precautions ....................................................................................................... 2-5
Front Bezel ................................................................................................................................................ 2-6
Access Panel.............................................................................................................................................. 2-7
Storage Devices ......................................................................................................................................... 2-8
Bezel Blanks.............................................................................................................................................. 2-9
System Fan .............................................................................................................................................. 2-10
Cable Routing Diagrams ......................................................................................................................... 2-12
ATAPI Tape Drive Cable Routing .......................................................................................................... 2-14
Drive Tray ............................................................................................................................................... 2-15
Removing a Hard Drive Compartment.................................................................................................... 2-16
Hard Drives ............................................................................................................................................. 2-18
Drive Failure Scenarios ........................................................................................................................... 2-20
RAID 0 Configurations..................................................................................................................... 2-20
RAID 1 Configurations..................................................................................................................... 2-20
RAID 1+0 Configurations ................................................................................................................ 2-21
Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility.................................................................................... 2-21
Power Switch and LED ........................................................................................................................... 2-24
Removing a Device from a Removable Media Bay ................................................................................ 2-26
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Expansion Slots........................................................................................................................................2-28
Removing an Expansion Slot Retainer ....................................................................................................2-29
Expansion Board Guide ...........................................................................................................................2-30
Memory Modules.....................................................................................................................................2-31
Removing a Memory Module ..................................................................................................................2-32
Processor Socket ......................................................................................................................................2-33
Processor and Heatsink with CPU Fan Assembly ...................................................................................2-34
System Board ...........................................................................................................................................2-37
Power Supply ...........................................................................................................................................2-38
Battery......................................................................................................................................................2-39
Replacing the Battery ........................................................................................................................2-39
Re-entering the Server Serial Number .....................................................................................................2-41
Chapter 3
Diagnostic Tools
Diagnostic Tools Utility Overview ............................................................................................................3-2
For More Information ................................................................................................................................3-5
Chapter 4
Connectors, Switches, and LEDs
Connectors .................................................................................................................................................4-2
System Board Components .................................................................................................................4-2
Rear Panel Connectors ........................................................................................................................4-6
Internal SCSI Components ........................................................................................................................4-7
Internal ATA Components.........................................................................................................................4-8
Switches .....................................................................................................................................................4-9
System Configuration Switch..............................................................................................................4-9
System ID Switch Settings ................................................................................................................4-11
LEDs ........................................................................................................................................................4-12
Server LEDs ......................................................................................................................................4-12
System Board LEDs ..........................................................................................................................4-14
Network Controller LEDs .................................................................................................................4-16
Chapter 5
Physical and Operating Specifications
Server Unit .................................................................................................................................................5-2
Memory......................................................................................................................................................5-3
Diskette Drive ............................................................................................................................................5-3
IDE CD-ROM Drive..................................................................................................................................5-4
ATA Hard Drives.......................................................................................................................................5-5
Wide Ultra3 SCSI Hard Drives..................................................................................................................5-6
Integrated 10/100/1000 Wake on LAN Network Interface Controller ......................................................5-7
Integrated Single-Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI Controller..........................................................................5-7
Integrated Dual-Channel Ultra ATA 100 Controller .................................................................................5-8
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Server components exploded view (ATA model)............................................................................... 1-4
Server components exploded view (SCSI model) .............................................................................. 1-5
Removing the front bezel.................................................................................................................... 2-6
Removing the access panel ................................................................................................................. 2-7
Storage device drive bay locations ..................................................................................................... 2-8
Removing a bezel blank...................................................................................................................... 2-9
Disconnecting the fan power cable from the system board fan connector........................................ 2-10
Removing the system fan.................................................................................................................. 2-11
SCSI cable routing ............................................................................................................................ 2-12
ATA cable routing ............................................................................................................................ 2-13
ATAPI tape drive cable routing........................................................................................................ 2-14
Removing a drive tray....................................................................................................................... 2-15
Disconnecting power and data cables from the ATA hard drive compartment ................................ 2-16
Disconnecting power and data cables from the SCSI hard drive compartment................................ 2-16
Removing a hard drive compartment................................................................................................ 2-17
Removing a hard drive...................................................................................................................... 2-18
Loosening the diskette drive screws ................................................................................................. 2-19
Replacing the hard drive ................................................................................................................... 2-19
Disconnecting the power switch cable from the system board ......................................................... 2-24
Removing the LED shield................................................................................................................. 2-25
Removing the power switch and LED .............................................................................................. 2-25
Removing the removable media tray from the chassis ..................................................................... 2-26
Removing a device from the removable media bay.......................................................................... 2-27
Expansion slot locations ................................................................................................................... 2-28
Removing an expansion board retainer............................................................................................. 2-29
Removing the expansion board guide............................................................................................... 2-30
Memory module socket locations (SCSI system board) ................................................................... 2-31
Removing a memory module............................................................................................................ 2-32
Locating the processor socket........................................................................................................... 2-33
CPU fan connector location .............................................................................................................. 2-34
Removing the levers from the heatsink/CPU fan assembly.............................................................. 2-35
Removing the heatsink/CPU fan assembly....................................................................................... 2-35
Removing the processor.................................................................................................................... 2-36
Removing the system board.............................................................................................................. 2-37
Removing the power supply ............................................................................................................. 2-38
Locating and removing the battery from the SCSI system board ..................................................... 2-40
Removing the battery from the ATA system board .......................................................................... 2-40
SCSI system board components.......................................................................................................... 4-2
ATA system board components.......................................................................................................... 4-4
Rear panel connectors ......................................................................................................................... 4-6
Internal SCSI components .................................................................................................................. 4-7
Internal ATA components................................................................................................................... 4-8
System configuration switch default settings...................................................................................... 4-9
System ID switch default settings..................................................................................................... 4-11
Server LEDs...................................................................................................................................... 4-12
System board LEDs .......................................................................................................................... 4-14
Network controller LEDs.................................................................................................................. 4-16
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Mechanical Spare Parts List ................................................................................................................1-3
Server Components Spare Parts List ...................................................................................................1-6
Storage Device Drive Bay Description ...............................................................................................2-8
ATA Cabling Routing .......................................................................................................................2-13
ATAPI Tape Drive Cable Routing ....................................................................................................2-14
Expansion Slot Locations ..................................................................................................................2-28
Diagnostic Tools..................................................................................................................................3-2
SCSI System Board Components........................................................................................................4-3
ATA System Board Components ........................................................................................................4-5
Rear Panel Connectors ........................................................................................................................4-6
Internal SCSI Components ..................................................................................................................4-7
Internal ATA Components ..................................................................................................................4-8
System Configuration Switch Default Settings .................................................................................4-10
System ID Switch Default Settings ...................................................................................................4-11
Server LEDs ......................................................................................................................................4-13
System Board LEDs ..........................................................................................................................4-15
Network Controller LEDs .................................................................................................................4-16
Server Unit Specifications...................................................................................................................5-2
Memory Specifications........................................................................................................................5-3
1.44-MB Diskette Drive Specifications ..............................................................................................5-3
IDE CD-ROM Specifications..............................................................................................................5-4
ATA Hard Drive Specifications ..........................................................................................................5-5
Wide Ultra3 SCSI Hard Drive Specifications .....................................................................................5-6
Integrated 10/100 Wake on LAN NIC Specifications.........................................................................5-7
Integrated Single-Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI Controller Specifications............................................5-7
Integrated Dual-Channel Ultra ATA 100 Controller Specifications ...................................................5-8
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About This Guide
This maintenance and service guide can be used for reference when servicing HP ProLiant
ML310 servers.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from electric shock and hazardous
energy levels, only authorized service technicians should attempt to repair this
equipment. Improper repairs can create conditions that are hazardous.
Audience Assumptions
This guide is for service technicians. HP assumes you are qualified in the servicing of
computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazard in products with hazardous energy
levels and are familiar with weight and stability precautions for rack installations.
Technician Notes
WARNING: Only authorized technicians trained by HP should attempt to repair this
equipment. All troubleshooting and repair procedures are detailed to allow only
subassembly/module-level repair. Because of the complexity of the individual boards
and subassemblies, no one should attempt to make repairs at the component level or
to make modifications to any printed wiring board. Improper repairs can create a safety
hazard.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from electric shock and hazardous
energy levels, do not exceed the level of repairs specified in these procedures.
Because of the complexity of the individual boards and subassemblies, do not attempt
to make repairs at the component level or to make modifications to any printed wiring
board. Improper repairs can create conditions that are hazardous.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the equipment:
•
Disconnect power from the system by unplugging all power cords from the power
supplies.
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Do not disable the power cord grounding plug. The grounding plug is an
important safety feature.
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Plug the power cord into a grounded (earthed) electrical outlet that is easily
accessible at all times.
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CAUTION: To properly ventilate the system, you must provide at least 7.6 cm (3.0 in) of
clearance at the front and back of the server.
CAUTION: The computer is designed to be electrically grounded (earthed). To ensure proper
operation, plug the AC power cord into a properly grounded AC outlet only.
NOTE: Any indications of component replacement or printed wiring board modifications may void any
warranty.
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Where to Go for Additional Help
In addition to this guide, the following information sources are available:
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User documentation
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Service Quick Reference Guide
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Service training guides
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HP service advisories and bulletins
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QuickFind information services
•
Insight Manager software
For additional copies, go to
www.hp.com
Integrated Management Log
The server includes an integrated, nonvolatile management log that contains fault and
management information. The contents of the Integrated Management Log (IML) can be
viewed with Insight Manager.
Telephone Numbers
For the name of your nearest HP authorized reseller:
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In the United States, call 1-800-345-1518.
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In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868.
For HP technical support:
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In the United States and Canada, call 1-800-652-6672.
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Outside the United States and Canada, refer to
www.hp.com
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Illustrated Parts Catalog
This chapter provides the illustrated parts breakdown and spare parts lists for the
HP ProLiant ML310 server with an Intel Pentium 4 processor. Refer to Table 1-1 and
Table 1-2 for the names of referenced spare parts.
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Mechanical Parts Exploded View
Figure 1-1: Mechanical parts exploded view
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Mechanical Spare Parts List
Table 1-1: Mechanical Spare Parts List
Item
Description
Spare Part Number
Chassis
1
Front bezel
287180-001
2
Panel access
307549-001
a) Hood panel (right)
b) Access panel (left)
Miscellaneous
3
Hardware kit
176618-001
a) Hard drive compartment
b) Removable drive tray
c) Expansion board knockout
d) Hard drive screws
4
Miscellaneous plastics kit
176617-001
a) Expansion board guide
b) Rubber bumpers*
c) Removable media bezel blank*
d) Cable clips*
e) Miscellaneous clamps*
f) LED shield*
*Not shown
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(ATA Model)
Figure 1-2: Server components exploded view (ATA model)
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Server Components Exploded View
(SCSI Model)
Figure 1-3: Server components exploded view (SCSI model)
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Table 1-2: Server Components Spare Parts List
Item
Description
Spare Part Number
Mass Storage Devices
5
IDE CD-ROM drive 48X
288894-001
6
Diskette drive
233409-001
7
Hard drive
a) 36-GB Wide Ultra3 hard drive, 10K RPM (SCSI model)
177986-001
b) 40-GB ATA hard drive (ATA model)
232008-001
c) 18-GB Wide Ultra3 hard drive, 10K RPM (SCSI model)*
152191-001
Server Components
8
System fan
9
ECC Registered DDR SDRAM DIMM
287179-001
a) 128-MB*
301691-001
b) 256-MB
300699-001
c) 512-MB*
300700-001
d) 1-GB*
300701-001
Boards
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System board
a) 533-MHz front side bus SCSI
313026-001
b) 533-MHz front side bus ATA
313025-001
c) 400-MHz front side bus SCSI*
287176-001
d) 400-MHz front side bus ATA*
287175-001
NOTE: Both 533-MHz and 400-MHz front side bus system boards
are supported in systems with a processor speed of 2.2-GHz or
less, but only 533-MHz front side bus system boards are
supported in systems with a 2.53-GHz processor.
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Pentium 4 processor
a) 2.0-GHz*
287177-001
b) 2.2-GHz*
287178-001
c) 2.53-GHz*
311403-001
d) 2.8-GHz
311404-001
Power
12
CE Mark-compliant power supply, 300 W
292480-001
13
Heatsink and CPU fan
294988-001
*Not shown
continued
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Table 1-2: Server Components Spare Parts List continued
Item
Description
Spare Part Number
14
CR2032 lithium battery
234556-001
15
Power cable kit
287181-001
a) Power button assembly
b) Power shield cable*
c) Power extension cable*
Miscellaneous
16
17
Enhanced keyboard*
244000-001
a) European keyboard—UK*
244000-031
b) European keyboard—GR*
244000-041
c) European keyboard—FR*
244000-051
d) Spacesaver keyboard—JP*
244000-291
Signal cable kit*
253826-001
a) ATA ribbon cable assembly*
b) Diskette drive cable assembly*
c) CD cable assembly*
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Ultra3 SCSI cable*
289229-001
19
Rack enabling kit*
302569-001
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Country kit*
308250-001
21
Return kit*
176621-001
*Not shown
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Removal and Replacement Procedures
This chapter provides subassembly/module-level removal and replacement procedures for the
HP ProLiant ML310 server. Run the diagnostics program to be sure that all components are
operating properly.
To service the server, you might need the following:
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Torx T-15 screwdriver
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Phillips screwdriver
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Diagnostics software from the SmartStart CD
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Electrostatic Discharge Information
An electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage static-sensitive devices or microcircuitry.
Proper packaging and grounding techniques are necessary precautions to prevent damage. To
prevent electrostatic damage, observe the following precautions:
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Transport products in static-safe containers such as conductive tubes, bags, or boxes.
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Keep electrostatic-sensitive parts in their containers until they arrive at static-free
stations.
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Cover workstations with approved static-dissipating material. Use a wrist strap connected
to the work surface, and properly grounded (earthed) tools and equipment.
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Keep work area free of nonconductive materials, such as ordinary plastic assembly aids
and foam packing.
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Be sure that you are always properly grounded when touching a static-sensitive
component or assembly.
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Avoid touching pins, leads, or circuitry.
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Always place drives with the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) assembly-side down.
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Use conductive field service tools.
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Symbols on Equipment
These symbols may be located on equipment in areas where hazardous conditions may exist.
This symbol, in conjunction with any of the following symbols, indicates the presence
of a potential hazard. The potential for injury exists if warnings are not observed.
This symbol indicates the presence of hazardous energy circuits or electric shock
hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from electric shock hazards, do not open this
enclosure. Refer all maintenance, upgrades, and servicing to qualified personnel.
This symbol indicates the presence of electric shock hazards. The area contains no
user- or field-serviceable parts. Do not open for any reason.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from electric shock hazards, do not open this
enclosure.
This symbol, on an RJ-45 receptacle, indicates a network interface connection.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, or damage to the equipment, do
not plug telephone or telecommunications connectors into this receptacle.
This symbol indicates the presence of a hot surface or hot component. If this surface is
contacted, the potential for injury exists.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from a hot component, allow the surface to
cool before touching it.
These symbols, on power supplies or systems, indicate that the equipment
is supplied by multiple sources of power.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from electric shock, remove all
power cords to completely disconnect power from the system.
This symbol indicates that the component exceeds the recommended weight for
one individual to safely handle.
Weight in kg WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment,
observe local occupational health and safety requirements and guidelines for
Weight in lb
manual material handling.
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Preparation Procedures
WARNING: Only authorized technicians trained by HP should attempt to repair this
equipment. Because of the complexity of the individual boards and subassemblies, no
one should attempt to make repairs at the component level or to make modifications to
any printed wiring board. Improper repairs can create a safety hazard.
CAUTION: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. Be sure that
you are properly grounded (earthed) before beginning any installation procedure. Refer to
“Electrostatic Discharge Information” in this chapter for more information.
Powering Down the Server
To power down the server:
CAUTION: Failure to follow these directions could result in damage to equipment or loss of
information.
1. Back up the server data and record configuration information.
2. Shut down the operating system as directed in the operating system instructions.
3. If necessary, power down the server by pressing the power button on the front of the
server.
IMPORTANT: To completely remove all power from the server, you must disconnect the power cord.
The front panel power button may not completely shut down power to the server.
4. Disconnect and remove the AC power cord from the AC outlet, and then from the server.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from electric shock or damage to the
equipment when installing hardware, be sure that the power to the server is turned off.
Remove any AC power cords to completely disconnect power from the server. The
front panel power button may not completely remove power to the server.
5. Disconnect any other external equipment connections to the server.
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Server Warnings and Precautions
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from electric shock, disconnect all power cords
to completely remove power from the server.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from hot surfaces, allow the internal
server components to cool before touching them.
CAUTION: Protect the server from power fluctuations and temporary interruptions with a
regulating uninterruptible power supply (UPS). This device protects the hardware from
damage caused by power surges and voltage spikes, and keeps the server in operation
during a power failure.
CAUTION: The server must always be operated with server unit covers on. Proper cooling is
not achieved when the server unit covers are removed.
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Front Bezel
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury and to prevent damage to the
equipment, before removing the front bezel, be sure that the server is powered down,
all cables are disconnected from the back of the server, and the power cord is
disconnected from the grounded (earthed) AC outlet.
To remove the front bezel:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Pull up on the latch at the bottom of the front bezel, applying enough pressure to release
the latch from the chassis (1).
3. Swing the bezel upward, and then slide it out and away from the chassis (2). You may
need to exert a small amount of force to release the bezel from the chassis.
Figure 2-1: Removing the front bezel
NOTE: When replacing the front bezel, be sure that the top hinge points are properly placed in the
chassis before rotating the front bezel back into its original position.
To replace the front bezel, reverse steps 2 and 3.
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Access Panel
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from hot surfaces, allow the internal
server components to cool before touching them.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury and to prevent damage to the
equipment or loss of information, before removing the access panel, be sure that the
server is powered down, all cables are disconnected from the back of the server, and
the power cord is disconnected from the grounded (earthed) AC outlet.
CAUTION: Do not operate the server while the access panel is removed. This panel is an
integral part of the cooling system, and removing the panel while the server is running may
adversely affect data integrity.
To remove the access panel:
1. Perform the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the front bezel. Refer to “Front Bezel” in this chapter.
3. Remove the thumbscrew located on the left side of the front chassis (1).
4. Slide the access panel forward, pull from the top of the access panel, and then lift the
panel from the chassis (2).
Figure 2-2: Removing the access panel
NOTE: Turn the access panel over to locate the server configuration label. This label provides
information about the system board of the server.
To replace the access panel, reverse steps 3 and 4.
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Storage Devices
The ProLiant ML310 server ships standard with seven drive bays, five of which are available.
Table 2-1 shows the corresponding drive bay descriptions.
Figure 2-3: Storage device drive bay locations
Table 2-1: Storage Device Drive Bay Description
Drive Position
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Description
1
5.25 x 1.6 inch IDE CD-ROM drive bay
2
5.25 x 1.6 inch removable media drive bay, available
3
5.25 x 1.6 inch removable media drive bay, available
4
5.25 x 1.6 inch removable media drive bay, available
5
3.5 x 1 inch diskette drive bay
6
3.5 x 1 inch hard drive bay
7
3.5 x 1 inch hard drive bay
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Bezel Blanks
To remove a bezel blank from the front bezel:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury and to prevent damage to the
equipment, before removing the front bezel, be sure that the server is powered down,
all cables are disconnected from the back of the server, and the power cord is
disconnected from the grounded AC outlet.
NOTE: It is not necessary to remove a bezel blank when installing a hard drive into a removable media
bay.
1. Remove the front bezel. Refer to “Front Bezel” in this chapter.
2. On the back of the front bezel, pinch the tabs on each end of the bezel blank toward each
other (1), and then push the bezel blank through the front bezel (2).
Figure 2-4: Removing a bezel blank
To replace a bezel blank, reverse steps 1 and 2.
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System Fan
To remove the system fan:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Disconnect the fan power cable from the system board fan connector.
Figure 2-5: Disconnecting the fan power cable from the system
board fan connector
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4. Use a Torx T-15 screwdriver to remove the four mounting screws from the rear of the
server (1).
5. Pull the fan out and away from the chassis (2).
Figure 2-6: Removing the system fan
To replace the system fan, reverse steps 2 through 5.
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Cable Routing Diagrams
Figure 2-7 through Figure 2-9 show cable routing diagrams for the server.
Figure 2-7: SCSI cable routing
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Figure 2-8: ATA cable routing
Table 2-2: ATA Cabling Routing
Item
Channel/Cable
Cable Connector
Drive Location
1
ATA/100 RAID primary
controller
Device 0
Hard drive bay 2
2
ATA/100 RAID secondary
controller
Device 0
Media bay 3
3
ATA/100 RAID primary
controller
Device 1
Hard drive bay 3
4
ATA/100 RAID secondary
controller
Device 1
Media bay 4
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ATAPI Tape Drive Cable Routing
Figure 2-9: ATAPI tape drive cable routing
Table 2-3: ATAPI Tape Drive Cable Routing
Item
2-14
Connector
1
Integrated IDE channel
2
Device 1
3
Device 0
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Drive Tray
To remove a drive tray from a removable media bay:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury and to prevent damage to the
equipment, before removing the access panel, be sure that the server is powered
down, all cables are disconnected from the back of the server, and the power cord is
disconnected from the grounded (earthed) AC outlet.
NOTE: The drive trays in the removable media bays can be used to mount internal 3.5-inch hard
drives. The rails mounted inside the drive trays can be removed and used to mount other devices in the
removable media bays.
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Using a Torx T-15 screwdriver, remove the screws on each side of the drive tray (1), and
then gently slide the drive tray out of the front of the chassis (2).
Figure 2-10: Removing a drive tray
To replace a drive tray, reverse steps 2 and 3.
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Removing a Hard Drive Compartment
To remove a hard drive compartment:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Disconnect the power and data cables from the back of all devices in the hard drive
compartment being removed.
Figure 2-11: Disconnecting power and data cables from the ATA
hard drive compartment
Figure 2-12: Disconnecting power and data cables from the SCSI
hard drive compartment
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4. Remove the three shipping screws (1), press the tabs on each side of the drive
compartment (2), and then pull the drive compartment from the chassis (3).
Figure 2-13: Removing a hard drive compartment
To replace a hard drive compartment, reverse steps 2 through 4.
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Hard Drives
To remove a hard drive from the hard drive compartment:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Disconnect the power and data cables from the back of all devices in the hard drive
compartment.
4. Remove the hard drive compartment. Refer to “Removing a Hard Drive Compartment” in
this chapter.
5. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws on each side of the drive to be
removed (1), and then gently pull the drive out of the drive bay (2).
Figure 2-14: Removing a hard drive
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To replace the hard drive:
1. Loosen the four diskette drive screws. They do not need to be removed.
Figure 2-15: Loosening the diskette drive screws
2. Slide the drive into the drive bay (1), and then secure it with two screws on each side of
the drive compartment (2).
3. Tighten the diskette drive screws (3).
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3
3
2
1
Figure 2-16: Replacing the hard drive
4. Slide the drive compartment back into the chassis, and then replace the three shipping
screws.
5. Reconnect the diskette drive and hard drive cables, and then replace the access panel.
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Drive Failure Scenarios
IMPORTANT: This section applies only to ATA models of the ProLiant ML310 server.
When a drive fails:
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Insight Manager notifies you of the drive failure.
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If applicable to the operating system, the RAID status icon changes from green to red to
indicate that there is a problem. The icon is represented as a round figure wearing
sunglasses and is located in the tray bar at the lower right of the screen.
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Some operating systems will also write to the console and/or a log file.
IMPORTANT: Some operating systems do not display the RAID status icon or the icon may be
displayed differently.
The following sections provide instructions for rebuilding an array when a drive fails.
RAID 0 Configurations
A drive failure in a RAID 0 configuration causes data loss across the entire array. To recover
from a drive failure, the array must be rebuilt from scratch. To rebuild the array:
1. Determine the failed drive by viewing the information provided at Power-On Self Test
(POST) and in the Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility by pressing the F8 key.
2. Power down the server, and then replace the failed drive.
3. Reboot the server and configure the array using the menu options in the Integrated ATA
RAID Configuration Utility by pressing the F8 key.
Refer to “Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility” in this chapter for information on the
utility menu options.
RAID 1 Configurations
NOTE: This configuration is the only one where a spare pool configuration will have any value. A spare
will provide a means by which a failed drive in a RAID 1 configuration may be rebuilt online.
In a RAID 1 configuration, there are two possible scenarios if a hard drive fails:
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If an online spare is configured:
— The auto-rebuild process occurs without user intervention, removing the failed drive
from the array and adding the spare to the array.
— Reconfigure the online spare by doing the following:
a. Power down the server, and then replace the failed drive.
b. Run the Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility by pressing the F8 key, and
then configure the drive as a spare.
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If there is not an online spare configured:
1. Power down the server, and then replace the failed drive.
2. Reboot the server.
3. Rebuild the array, choosing one of the following options:
a. Run the Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility by pressing the F8 key, and
then run Rebuild.
or
b. Let the auto-rebuild take place when the operating system is up and running.
Refer to “Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility” in this chapter for information on the
utility menu options.
RAID 1+0 Configurations
NOTE: RAID 1+0, RAID 0+1, and RAID 10 are used synonymously.
Four ATA hard drives are required to support a RAID 1+0 configuration.
In a RAID 1+0 situation, multiple drive failures can be handled as long as both elements of a
mirror have not failed.
To rebuild the array:
1. Power down the server, and then replace the failed drive.
2. Reboot the server.
3. Rebuild the array, choosing one of the following options:
a. Run the Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility by pressing the F8 key, and
then run Rebuild.
or
b. Let the auto-rebuild take place when the operating system is up and running.
Refer to “Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility” in this chapter for information on the
utility menu options.
Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility
The setup screen of the Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility has three menu
windows:
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Array Information
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Physical Drive Information
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Help Information
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Array Information
IMPORTANT: You cannot add drives or remove drives from an array that has already been configured,
without destroying the data present on the already configured array.
The Array Information window of the setup screen displays all the drive arrays configured.
Use this section to create, delete, or edit the existing configurations. The drive arrays are
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displayed as a node in a tree, like Microsoft Windows Explorer. When opened, each node
displays the properties of the array. Press the up arrow and down arrow keys to navigate the
properties, and then press the Enter key to edit your selection.
Physical Drive Information
The Physical Drive Information window displays all the physical drives connected to the
ATA/100 controller channels and their properties. Press the up arrow and down arrow keys to
navigate this section. This window cannot be edited.
Help
The Help window displays hints on available options and provides a list of keys that you can
use to perform tasks, such as:
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Switch Windows (the Tab key)—switches the control back and forth between the Array
Information and the Physical Drive Information windows.
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Auto Configure RAID 0 (the F1 key)—automatically creates and configures a striped
array based on the available physical drives installed.
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Auto Configure RAID 1 (the F2 key)—automatically creates and configures a mirrored
array based on the available physical drives installed. You must have a minimum of two
free hard drives in the array.
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Auto Configure RAID 0+1 (the F3 key)—automatically creates and configures a RAID
0+1 array based on the available physical drives installed. You must have four hard
drives in the array.
IMPORTANT: All previous settings are lost when the Auto Configure option is run for striped,
mirrored, and RAID 0+1 arrays.
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Create Array (the F4 key)—creates a drive array. When this option is selected, a default
array template is created. You must edit the array properties to complete the array
creation. Use the arrow keys to highlight a property field, and then press the Enter key to
edit that property. The array properties are as follows:
— Array Type—selects the intended RAID mode including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID
0+1, and Spare. The default for the Array Type option is RAID 0.
— Drive(s)—selects the drives for the array. This term refers to the drive number listed
in the Physical Drives Information box, not the number of drives attached. Use the
arrow keys, and then press the spacebar to select or deselect the drive or drives. Press
the Enter key when done. There is no default for this setting.
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— Stripe Size—changes the stripe size. This field applies only to RAID 0 arrays. The
default stripe size is 64 KB.
IMPORTANT: RAID configurations do not support a stripe size less than 32 KB.
You cannot change the stripe size of an array that has been already configured.
— Drive Size—displays the size of the array and cannot be edited. If the array type is
stripe, then the drive size is the total of all the drives selected. When mirrored, the
drive size is shown by an individual drive.
— Build Array—is used to rebuild the array using a spare drive. When Build Array
starts, it prompts the user to select the target drive, and then the rebuild starts. This
option applies only to RAID 1 and RAID 0+1 arrays.
— Initialize Array—is used to clear the configuration information from drives attached
to the integrated ATA controller.
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Delete Array (the F5 key)—allows you to delete a currently configured array.
•
Restore Old Configuration (the F6 key)—restores the configuration that was there
before you entered the utility.
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Edit Options (the F7 key)—edits the physical drive option status boxes located in the top
right corner of the Physical Drive Information window. The options are as follows:
— WC-OFF—enables or disables write cache.
CAUTION: Enabling write cache may cause data loss or corruption during an unexpected
loss of power.
— DMA-ON—enables or disables Direct Memory Access (DMA) transfers, in which
data is transferred directly from the memory to the hard drive without microproccesor
intervention.
Pressing the F7 key will allow you to enable or disable these options. Press the F7 key, move
the cursor to the desired box, and then press the spacebar to select the option. When enabled,
the option status boxes will change from red to green.
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Save and Exit (the F10 key)—saves the configuration and exits the utility.
If you do not want to save the configuration or any changes that you have made, press the Esc
key. Respond appropriately to the subsequent message boxes requiring confirmation.
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Power Switch and LED
IMPORTANT: To completely remove all power from the server, you must disconnect the power cord
from the server.
To remove the power switch:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Disconnect the power switch cable from the system board.
Figure 2-17: Disconnecting the power switch cable from the system
board
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4. Remove the LED shield from the front of the chassis by pressing the levers (1), and then
pulling the shield away from the chassis (2).
Figure 2-18: Removing the LED shield
5. From the front of the chassis, squeeze the sides of the power switch to disengage the two
retainer clips from the chassis (1), and then gently remove the power switch from the
chassis (2).
6. Also from the front of the chassis, squeeze the side of the LED to disengage the two retainer
clips from the chassis (3), and then gently remove the LED from the chassis (4). Repeat for
other LEDs.
Figure 2-19: Removing the power switch and LED
To replace the power switch and LED, reverse steps 2 through 6.
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Removing a Device from a Removable Media Bay
To remove a device from a removable media bay:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Disconnect the power and data cables from the back of the device.
4. Remove the screws from the front of the removable tray (1).
5. Remove the removable media tray from the chassis (2).
Figure 2-20: Removing the removable media tray from the chassis
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6. Remove the screws from the bottom of the device (1).
7. Remove the device from the tray (2).
Figure 2-21: Removing a device from the removable media bay
To replace a removable media bay device, reverse steps 2 through 7. Refer to Figure 2-15 to
locate the hard drive screws.
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Expansion Slots
Figure 2-22 and Table 2-4 identify the expansion slot locations.
Figure 2-22: Expansion slot locations
Table 2-4: Expansion Slot Locations
Item
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Description
Slot Number
1
3.3-volt, 33-MHz, 64-bit PCI slot
1
2
3.3-volt, 33-MHz, 64-bit PCI slot
2
3
3.3-volt, 33-MHz, 64-bit PCI slot
3
4
3.3-volt, 33-MHz, 64-bit PCI slot
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Removing an Expansion Slot Retainer
To remove an expansion slot retainer:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Release the expansion board retainer by loosening the screw (1) and pivoting the retainer
back towards the front of the chassis (2).
Figure 2-23: Removing an expansion board retainer
To replace an expansion board retainer, reverse steps 2 and 3.
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Expansion Board Guide
To remove the expansion board guide:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Remove all expansion boards supported by the board guide.
4. Push in the four locking tabs (1), and then pull the guide back and away from the
chassis (2).
Figure 2-24: Removing the expansion board guide
To replace the expansion board guide, reverse steps 2 through 4.
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Memory Modules
The server supports ECC Registered PC2100 DDR SDRAM DIMMs. Additional DIMMs are
available to upgrade the memory. The server has four DIMM sockets located on the system
board.
NOTE: The server supports PC2100 memory, which runs at full speed with a 533-MHz front side bus
CPU, and runs at PC1600 speed with a 400-MHz front side bus CPU.
CAUTION: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. Be sure that
you are properly grounded (earthed) before beginning any installation procedure. Refer to
“Electrostatic Discharge Information” in this chapter for more information.
CAUTION: When handling a memory module, be careful not to touch any of the contacts.
Doing so may damage the module.
The following guidelines must be followed when installing or replacing memory:
•
Memory modules must be industry-standard, ECC Registered PC2100 DDR SDRAM
DIMMs and support CAS Latency 2.5 (CL=2.5).
•
Do not mix ECC and non-ECC SDRAM DIMMs. If different types of memory modules
are mixed, the server does not properly function.
•
The server supports 128-MB, 256-MB, 512-MB, and 1-GB DIMMs.
NOTE: HP recommends that the DIMMs be installed sequentially in slots 1,2,3, and then 4.
Figure 2-25: Memory module socket locations (SCSI system board)
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Removing a Memory Module
To remove a memory module:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Press outward on both latches of the memory module socket at the same time (1) to
release the DIMM and push it partially out of the socket.
4. Lift the memory module from the socket (2).
Figure 2-26: Removing a memory module
To replace a memory module, reverse steps 2 through 4.
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Processor Socket
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The server comes standard with an Intel Pentium 4 processor.
Figure 2-27: Locating the processor socket
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Processor and Heatsink with CPU Fan Assembly
To remove the heatsink and processor:
CAUTION: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. Be sure that
you are properly grounded (earthed) before beginning any installation procedure. Refer to
“Electrostatic Discharge Information” in this chapter for more information.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of personal injury from hot surfaces, allow the internal server
components to cool before touching them.
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Lay the server on the right side, so the open side faces up.
4. Unplug the CPU fan from the system board.
Figure 2-28: CPU fan connector location
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5. Push down on the retainer clip levers, and then pull up to remove the levers from the
heatsink/CPU fan assembly. Figure 2-29 illustrates one side of the heatsink/CPU fan
assembly.
Figure 2-29: Removing the levers from the heatsink/CPU fan
assembly
6. Lift the heatsink from the processor.
Figure 2-30: Removing the heatsink/CPU fan assembly
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7. Raise the processor socket lever (1).
IMPORTANT: The processor socket lever must be perpendicular to the system board to
unlock the processor unit.
8. Lift the processor out of the socket (2).
Figure 2-31: Removing the processor
9. Lower the processor socket lever.
10. Reinstall the access panel and the bezel.
To replace the processor, reverse steps 2 through 10.
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System Board
CAUTION: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. Be sure that
you are properly grounded (earthed) before beginning any installation procedure. Refer to
“Electrostatic Discharge Information” in this chapter for more information.
To remove the system board:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Remove all expansion boards seated on the system board.
4. Disconnect all cables from the system board.
5. Remove the seven screws securing the system board to the chassis (1).
6. Slide the system board away from the back of the server, and then pull the system board
out of the chassis (2).
Figure 2-32: Removing the system board
To replace the system board, reverse steps 2 through 6.
IMPORTANT: The server serial number must be re-entered through RBSU after replacing the system
board. Refer to the “Re-entering the Server Serial Number” section.
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Power Supply
To remove the power supply:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the equipment:
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Unplug the power cord before removing the power supply from the server.
•
Install the power supply before connecting the power cord to the power supply.
CAUTION: To avoid dropping the power supply, pull out and hold the power supply with a
firm grip.
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Disconnect all power cables from the devices and system board.
4. Remove the four screws securing the power supply to the rear of the chassis (1).
5. Slide the power supply forward, and then lift the power supply from the chassis (2).
Figure 2-33: Removing the power supply
To replace the power supply, reverse steps 2 through 5.
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Battery
The server has nonvolatile memory, which requires a battery to retain server information. The
battery is located on the system board.
Replacing the Battery
If the server no longer automatically displays the correct date and time, you may need to
replace the battery that provides power to the real-time clock. When replacing the battery, use
a 3-volt CR2032 lithium battery.
After you have completed the battery installation, run the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU)
by pressing the F9 key to reconfigure the server. Refer to the ROM-Based Setup Utility User
Guide.
WARNING: The system board contains a lithium battery. There is a risk of fire and
chemical burn if the battery is improperly handled. Do not disassemble, crush,
puncture, or short external contacts, dispose of in water or fire, or expose the battery
to temperatures higher than 60°C (140°F).
CAUTION: To prevent damage to the equipment or loss of information, be sure that the
server is powered down, all cables are disconnected from the back of the server, and the
power cord is disconnected from the grounded (earthed) AC outlet before removing the
access panel.
CAUTION: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. Be sure that
you are properly grounded (earthed) before beginning any installation procedure. Refer to
“Electrostatic Discharge Information” in this chapter for more information.
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To replace the lithium battery on the system board:
1. Complete the preparation procedures. Refer to “Preparation Procedures” in this chapter.
2. Remove the access panel. Refer to “Access Panel” in this chapter.
3. Locate the battery on the system board.
NOTE: If you have expansion boards installed, it may be necessary to remove them to gain access to
the battery.
4. Press outward on the latch at the top of the battery holder to release the battery (1), and
then lift the battery away from the holder (2).
1
2
Figure 2-34: Locating and removing the battery from the SCSI
system board
1
2
Figure 2-35: Removing the battery from the ATA system board
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IMPORTANT: Positive (+) polarity must be positioned up.
5. Slide the replacement battery into the proper position with the positive (+) side up.
6. Replace the server access panel and connect cables to the server.
7. Run RBSU to reconfigure the server by pressing the F9 key when prompted during server
startup. Refer to the ROM-Based Setup Utility User Guide for more information on
RBSU.
Re-entering the Server Serial Number
After replacing the system board or clearing the NVRAM, the server serial number must be
re-entered.
1. During the server startup sequence, press the F9 key to access RBSU.
2. Select the System Options menu.
3. Select Serial Number. The following warning is displayed:
WARNING! WARNING! WARNING! The serial number is loaded into the
system during the manufacturing process and should NOT be
modified. This option should ONLY be used by qualified service
personnel. This value should always match the serial number
sticker located on the chassis.
Press the Enter key to clear the warning.
4. Enter the serial number and press the Enter key.
5. Press the Escape key to close the menu.
6. Press the Escape key to exit RBSU.
7. Press the F10 key to confirm exiting RBSU. The server will automatically reboot.
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Diagnostic Tools
This chapter provides an overview of the software and firmware diagnostic tools available for
the HP ProLiant ML310 server.
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Diagnostic Tools Utility Overview
The following utilities were developed to assist in diagnosing problems, testing the hardware,
and monitoring and managing the ProLiant ML310 server hardware.
Table 3-1: Diagnostic Tools
Tool
What it is
How to run it
HP Diagnostics Utility
Utility to assist testing and/or verifying
operation of HP hardware. If problems are
found, HP Diagnostics isolates failures
down to the replaceable part whenever
possible.
Diagnostics and utilities must be accessed
when a system configuration error is
detected during Power-On Self-Test (POST).
For a complete list of POST error messages,
refer to the HP Servers Troubleshooting
Guide.
HP Diagnostics software is also available on
the SmartStart CD. A Diagnostics diskette
can be created from the SmartStart CD, and
Diagnostics can then be run from the
diskette.
Insight Manager
application
A client/server application used to
remotely manage HP systems in a
network environment. Reports hardware
fault conditions (both failure and
prefailure) and collects data for reporting
and graphing.
For more information, refer to the
Management CD and the Insight Manager
User Guide.
Survey Utility
An online information-gathering program
that runs on servers, gathering critical
hardware and software information from
various sources. A utility for servers
running the Microsoft Windows 2000,
Linux, or Novell NetWare operating
system.
Survey Utility automatically runs at startup
and on specified time intervals. You can
modify the data-gathering interval by
modifying the command-line parameters.
If a significant change occurs between
data-gathering intervals, previous
information is marked, and the survey text
file is appended to reflect the latest
configuration and changes since the last
configuration. This utility provides a
historical record of change events for
server hardware and software.
For more information on Survey Utility,
including installation and application
procedures, refer to the Survey Utility Online
Help User Guide accessed through the
support link on
www.hp.com
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Tool
What it is
How to run it
SmartStart software
Located on the SmartStart CD, SmartStart
is the intelligent way to set up the HP
server. The SmartStart CD is used to load
the system software, thereby achieving a
well-integrated server and ensuring
maximum dependability and supportability.
The SmartStart CD contains diagnostic
utilities and ROMPaq tools.
Power up from the SmartStart CD.
SmartStart Diskette
Builder
Creates a diskette version of the utility
from the SmartStart CD.
Use a workstation running the Microsoft
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT,
or Windows 2000 operating system. You
also need several 1.44-MB diskettes. Insert
the SmartStart CD into the workstation drive.
The CD automatically runs the Diskette
Builder Utility; however, if the server does
not support the auto-run feature, use
Windows Explorer to run
CD-ROM drive
\DSKBLDR\DSKBLDR.EXE.
ROMPaq Utility
Utility that upgrades the current system
ROM.
Insert a ROMPaq diskette into the diskette
drive, remove power from the server, and
then power up the server again.
System Firmware
Update
Utility that updates system firmware on
remote servers from a central location
(used in conjunction with the Remote
Deployment Utility Console)
Latest maintenance ROM executable file can
be downloaded from
Utility used to configure some hardware
installed in or connected to the server.
Specifically, it can:
Run RBSU directly from the system ROM by
pressing the F9 key when prompted during
POST to enter the utility.
ROM-Based Setup
Utility (RBSU)
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Resolve resource conflicts in areas
such as memory, port addresses, and
interrupts (IRQs).
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Configure PCI boards automatically.
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Manage installation of memory,
processor upgrades, and mass
storage devices such as hard drives,
tape drives, and diskette drives.
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Store configuration information in
nonvolatile memory.
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Configure the platform for an
operating system.
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Tool
What it is
How to run it
Automatic Server
Recovery (ASR)
A tool that lets the server restart
automatically after a catastrophic
operating system failure, including
software errors, OS lockups,
environmental abnormalities, and some
hardware errors.
This tool is a function of the
hardware/software system through RBSU.
Be sure that this tool is enabled through
RBSU. The systems management drive
must be loaded to activate ASR.
A system failsafe timer, the ASR timer, is
started when the HP System Management
driver, also known as the health driver, is
loaded. The Insight Manager console
notifies you in the event of an ASR restart.
You can disable ASR from the Insight
Manager console.
Integrated ATA RAID
Configuration Utility
(ATA models only)
Supports and configures RAID arrays. The
features include:
•
Optimized drive access
•
RAID support before operating
system loads
•
Automatic detection and configuration
•
Ability to handle configuration
changes
•
Support for PIO modes 0-4, MDMA
modes 0-2, and Ultra DMA modes 0-5
(0-5 for ATA/100)
•
Support for RAID levels 0, 1, and 1+0
•
Multiple drive rebuilding
•
Special handling of error log, spare
drive, and rebuilding
After all hard drives have been installed and
connected, press the F8 key during startup
to run the Integrated ATA RAID
Configuration Utility and view the setup
screen. ROM will automatically configure
drives to RAID 0 if you do not run the F8
utility.
To turn off the Integrated ATA RAID
Management:
•
In Microsoft operating systems,
right-click on the tray icon and select
Quit Spy.
•
In Novell operating systems, enter
Unload Spy at the console.
•
In Linux operating systems, enter
Spy-Stop at the prompt.
Turning off this utility turns off the ability for
online spares to be rebuilt in the event there
is a drive failure. You need to power up the
server and rebuild the spare in the RAID
Configuration Utility by pressing the F8 key.
To turn on the Integrated ATA RAID
Configuration Utility:
Power-On Self-Test
(POST)
3-4
The POST is a series of diagnostic tests
that checks firmware and assemblies to
ensure that the server is properly
functioning.
•
In Microsoft operating systems, power
up the server or log off the server and
then log back on.
•
In Novell operating systems, enter
Load Spy at the console.
•
In Linux operating systems, enter
Spy-Start at the prompt.
POST runs automatically on HP servers
when the server is powered up.
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Diagnostic Tools
For More Information
For detailed information about each of these diagnostic tools, refer to the HP Servers
Troubleshooting Guide on the Documentation CD. For the most recent version of this guide,
refer to the Reference Library on the HP ProLiant ML310 page at
www.hp.com
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4
Connectors, Switches, and LEDs
This chapter contains illustrations and tables identifying connectors, switches, and LED
locations on the system board and rear panel for the HP ProLiant ML310 server.
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Connectors, Switches, and LEDs
Connectors
This section contains graphics and tables identifying connector and component locations on
the system board and rear panel of the server.
System Board Components
Figure 4-1 and Table 4-1 identify the SCSI system board components for the server.
Figure 4-1: SCSI system board components
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Table 4-1: SCSI System Board Components
Item
Component
Item
Component
1
Power supply connectors
14
64-bit PCI expansion slot 1
2
Power switch assembly connector
15
NMI switch
3
Diskette drive connector
16
System fan connector
4
IDE connector (ATAPI devices)
17
CPU fan connector
5
DIMM slots
18
Processor socket
6
CR2032 battery
19
Keyboard connector
7
SCSI connector
20
Mouse connector
8
System configuration switch
21
Parallel port
9
RIB 30-pin header
22
Serial port connector B
10
System ID switch
23
Serial port connector A
11
64-bit PCI expansion slot 4
24
Video connector
12
64-bit PCI expansion slot 3
25
RJ-45 Ethernet connector
13
64-bit PCI expansion slot 2
26
USB port connectors
Note: For information on system board LEDs and system configuration switch settings, refer to
“Appendix E” in the HP ProLiant ML310 Server Setup and Installation Guide.
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ATA System Board
Figure 4-2 and Table 4-2 identify the ATA system board components for the server.
Figure 4-2: ATA system board components
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Table 4-2: ATA System Board Components
Item
Component
Item
Component
1
Power supply connectors
15
64-bit PCI expansion slot 1
2
Power switch assembly connector
16
NMI switch
3
Diskette drive connector
17
System fan connector
4
IDE connector (ATAPI devices)
18
CPU fan connector
5
DIMM slots
19
Processor socket
6
ATA/100 RAID primary connector
20
Keyboard connector
7
ATA/100 RAID secondary connector
21
Mouse connector
8
CR2032 battery *
22
Parallel port
9
System configuration switch
23
Serial port connector B
10
RIB 30-pin header
24
Serial port connector A
11
System ID switch
25
Video connector
12
64-bit PCI expansion slot 4
26
RJ-45 Ethernet connector
13
64-bit PCI expansion slot 3
27
USB port connectors
14
64-bit PCI expansion slot 2
Note: For information on system board LEDs and system configuration switch settings, refer to
“Appendix E” in the HP ProLiant ML310 Server Setup and Installation Guide.
* For information on how to replace the battery, refer to “Replacing the Battery” in Chapter 2.
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Rear Panel Connectors
Figure 4-3 and Table 4-3 identify the rear panel connectors for the server.
Figure 4-3: Rear panel connectors
Table 4-3: Rear Panel Connectors
Item
4-6
Description
Item
Description
1
Power cord connector
6
Video connector
2
Mouse connector
7
USB ports
3
Keyboard connector
8
RJ-45 Ethernet connector
4
Serial port connector B
9
Parallel port
5
Serial port connector A
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Internal SCSI Components
Figure 4-4: Internal SCSI components
Table 4-4: Internal SCSI Components
Item
Description
1
Removable media bay area
2
Hard drive bay area
3
Internal SCSI connector A
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Internal ATA Components
Figure 4-5: Internal ATA components
Table 4-5: Internal ATA Components
Item
4-8
Description
1
Removable media bay area
2
Hard drive bay area
3
ATA/100 primary controller
4
ATA/100 secondary controller
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Switches
The server contains two switchbanks. This section explains the use of each reserved and
nonreserved switch.
System Configuration Switch
Figure 4-6 and Table 4-6 identify the system configuration switch default settings for the
server.
Figure 4-6: System configuration switch default settings
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Table 4-6: System Configuration Switch Default Settings
Position
Default
Description
Settings
1
Off
Reserved
N/A
2
Off
Lock configuration
Off = Normal
operation
On = Configuration
changes cannot be
made
3
Off
Tower/rack configuration
Off = Tower
configuration
On = Rack
configuration
4
Off
Diskette boot
Off = Observe RBSU
diskette boot selection
On = Override RBSU
setting and allow
diskette boot selection
5
Off
Password disable
Off = Enable
password prompts
On = Disable
password prompts
6
Off
Clear CMOS and NVRAM*
Off = Normal
On = When the server
is powered up, all
system configuration
information is erased
7
Off
Reserved**
N/A
8
Off
Reserved**
N/A
* The server serial number must be re-entered through RBSU after clearing the NVRAM. Refer to
“Re-entering the Server Serial Number” in Chapter 2.
** Switch positions 7 and 8 are reserved for HP authorized service providers only. Do not change
the specified default setting for these positions, unless instructed otherwise.
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System ID Switch Settings
Figure 4-7 and Table 4-7 identify the system ID switch settings for the server.
Figure 4-7: System ID switch default settings
Table 4-7: System ID Switch Default Settings
Item
Default
Function
1
Off
Reserved
2
Off
Reserved
3
Off
Reserved
4
Off
Reserved
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LEDs
This section contains graphics information on the following LEDs:
•
Server LEDs (on the front of the server)
•
System board LEDs
•
Network controller LEDs (on the back of the server)
Server LEDs
Figure 4-8 and Table 4-9 identify the LED locations on the front of the server.
Figure 4-8: Server LEDs
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Table 4-8: Server LEDs
Item
Description
Status
1
Power button
N/A
2
Power On/Standby LED
Green = Server on, AC power OK. Do not
remove power from server.
Flashing green = Server sleeping. Do not
remove power from the server.
Amber = Server in standby mode. AC power
OK.
Off = Server off, no AC power.
3
Hard drive LED
On or flashing = A hard drive is being
accessed.
Off = No hard drive is currently being
accessed.
4
NIC Link/Activity
Flashing = Network activity detected.
Green = Linked to network.
5
Internal health LED
Green = Server on, health good.
Amber = Server health degraded.
Red = Server health critical.
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System Board LEDs
Figure 4-9 and Table 4-9 identify the system board LEDs for the server.
Figure 4-9: System board LEDs
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Table 4-9: System Board LEDs
Item
1
Description
Status
4-pin power connector
Off = Processor installed.
Amber = Processor not installed.
2
Second 4-pin power connector
Off = Power connector installed.
Amber = Power connector not
installed.
3
AC power
Off = The AC power cord is not
plugged into the power supply or the
power supply failed.
Green = Power supply is on and
functioning.
4
CPU 1 pre-failure or failure
Off = CPU functioning.
Amber = CPU failed or is missing.
5
Processor thermal
Off = Processor temperature normal.
Amber = Thermal trip for processor 1
detected. Refer to POST error
messages for appropriate
instructions.
6
DIMM 4 failure
Off = DIMM 4 functioning.
Amber = DIMM 4 failed.
7
DIMM 3 failure
Off = DIMM 3 functioning.
Amber = DIMM 3 failed.
8
DIMM 2 failure
Off = DIMM 2 functioning.
Amber = DIMM 2 failed.
9
DIMM 1 failure
Off = DIMM 1 functioning.
Amber = DIMM 1 failed.
10
System thermal failure
Off = Temperature is normal.
Amber = Temperature threshold
exceeded.
11
CPU fan failure
Off = Fan is functioning.
Amber = Fan is not installed or has
failed.
12
System fan failure
Off = Fan is functioning.
Amber = Fan is not installed or has
failed.
13
Integrated processor power module (PPM)
failure
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Off = PPM is functioning.
Amber = PPM has failed.
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Network Controller LEDs
Figure 4-10 and Table 4-10 identify the network controller LEDs for the server.
Figure 4-10: Network controller LEDs
Table 4-10: Network Controller LEDs
Item
1
Description
Status
Network activity LED
Off = No network activity
On = Network activity
2
Network link LED
Off = No network link
On or flashing = Linked to network
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Physical and Operating Specifications
This chapter provides specifications for the HP ProLiant ML310 server. The following
specifications are provided:
•
Server unit
•
Memory
•
3.5-inch diskette drive
•
IDE CD-ROM drive
•
ATA hard drives
•
Wide Ultra3 SCSI hard drives
•
HP NC7760 Gigabit Server network interface controller (NIC)
•
Integrated dual-channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI controller
•
Integrated dual-channel ATA/100 RAID controller
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Server Unit
Table 5-1: Server Unit Specifications
Specification
Value
Dimensions
Height
42.0 cm (16.5 in)
Width
19.1 cm (7.5 in)
Depth
48.5 cm (19.1 in)
Approximate weight
18.18 kg (40 lb) weight approximate, depending
upon options
International input requirements (per power
supply)
Rated input voltage
200 VAC to 240 VAC
Rated input frequency
50 Hz to 60 Hz
Rated input current
<8 A RMS at 90 VAC with maximum load
U.S. input requirements
Rated input voltage
100 VAC to 127 VAC
Rated input frequency
50 Hz to 60 Hz
Rated input current
6 A RMS at 90 VAC with maximum load
Power supply output power
Rated steady state power
300 W
Maximum peak power
400 W
Btus for tower model
1,560 Btu/hr
Temperature range*
Operating
10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Nonoperating
-40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F)
Relative humidity (noncondensing)
Operating
10% to 90%
Nonoperating
5% to 95%
Acoustic noise
Idle (hard drives spinning)
5.5 NPEL (Bels)/45 AVERAGE SPL (dba)
Operating (random seeks to hard drives)
6.0 NPEL (Bels)/45 AVERAGE SPL (dba)
* All temperature ratings are shown for sea level. There is an altitude derating of 1°C per 300 m to
3,000 m (1.8°F per 1,000 ft to 10,000 ft).
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Memory
Table 5-2: Memory Specifications
Specification
Value
Size
64 MB, 128 MB, 256 MB, and 512 MB, and
1 GB
Speed
DDR 200/266 MHz
Type
ECC Registered PC2100 DDR SDRAM DIMMs
Diskette Drive
Table 5-3: 1.44-MB Diskette Drive Specifications
Specification
Value
Size
8.89 mm (3.5 in)
LEDs (front panel)
Green
Read/write capacity per diskette
(high/low density)
1.44 MB/720 KB
Drives supported
1
Drive height
Third, 1 inch
Drive rotation
300 rpm
Transfer rate bits/sec (high/low)
500 Kbps/250 Kbps
Bytes/sector
512
Sectors per rack (high/low)
18/9
Tracks per side (high/low)
80/80
Access times
Track-to-track (high/low)
3 ms/6 ms
Average (high/low)
169 ms/94 ms
Settling time
15 ms
Latency average
100 ms
Cylinders (high/low)
80/80
Read/write heads
2
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IDE CD-ROM Drive
Table 5-4: IDE CD-ROM Specifications
Specification
Value
Applicable disk
CD-ROM (modes 1 and 2); mixed mode (audio and data
combined); CD-DA; Photo CD (single- and
multiple-session), CD-XA (mode 2, forms 1 and 2); CDI
ready; CD-WO
Capacity
650 MB
Rotational speed
5,200 rpm
Block size
2,328 bytes (CD-XA)
2,340 bytes, 2,336 bytes, 1,024 bytes (mode 2)
2,048 bytes, 1,024 bytes (mode 1)
2,352 bytes (CD-DA)
Dimensions
Height
42.9 mm (1.69 in)
Width
208.0 mm (8.2 in)
Depth
150.1 mm (5.91 in)
Weight
0.950 kg (2.09 lb)
Data transfer rate
Sustained
150 KBps (single), 1,500 to 4,800 KBps (10X to 32X)
Burst
150 KBps to 4,800 KBps
Interface
IDE (ATAPI)
Access times (typical)
Full stroke
<150 ms
Random
<100 ms
Diameter
12 cm, 8 cm (4.7 in, 3.15 in)
Center hole
15 mm (0.6 in)
Thickness
1.2 mm (0.05 in)
Track pitch
1.6 µm
Cache/buffer
128 KB
Startup time
<7 seconds
Stop time
<4 seconds
Laser parameters
Type
Semiconductor Laser GaA1As
Wave length
780 ± 25 nm
Divergence angle
53.5° ± 1.5°
continued
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Table 5-4: IDE CD-ROM Specifications continued
Specification
Value
Output power
0.14 mW
Operating conditions
Temperature
5°C to 45°C (41°F to 113°F)
Humidity
5% to 90% (10% to 80%)
ATA Hard Drives
Table 5-5: ATA Hard Drive Specifications
Description
80 GB 7.2K rpm
40 GB 7.2K rpm
Capacity
80,020.0 MB
40,020.0 MB
Height
26.1 mm (1.028 in)
26.1 mm (1.028 in)
Width
101.6 mm (4 in)
101.6 mm (4 in)
Interface
Ultra ATA/100
Ultra ATA/100
Transfer rate synchronous
(max)
100 MBps
100 MBps
Single track
1.2 ms
1.2 ms
Average
<8.55 ms
<8.55 ms
Full stroke
<20.0 ms
<20.0 ms
Rotational speed
7,200 rpm
7,200 rpm
Logical blocks
156,301,488
78,165,360
Bytes/sector
512
512
Celsius
5° to 55°
5° to 55°
Fahrenheit
41° to 131°
41° to 131°
Seek time (typical, including
setting)
Physical configuration
Operating temperature
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Wide Ultra3 SCSI Hard Drives
Table 5-6: Wide Ultra3 SCSI Hard Drive Specifications
Description
18.2 GB 10 K rpm
36.4 GB 10 K rpm
Capacity
18,209.3 MB
36,419.2 MB
Height
25.4 mm (1 in)
25.4 mm (1 in)
Width
101.6 mm (4.0 in)
101.6 mm (4.0 in)
Interface
Wide Ultra3 SCSI
Wide Ultra3 SCSI
Transfer rate synchronous
(max)
160 MBps
160 MBps
Single track
0.7 ms
0.7 ms
Average
5.4 ms
5.4 ms
Full stroke
11.0 ms
11.0 ms
Rotational speed
10,000 rpm
10,000 rpm
Bytes/sector
512
512
Logical blocks
35,565,080
71,132,000
Celsius
10° to 35°
10° to 35°
Fahrenheit
50° to 95°
50° to 95°
Seek time (typical, including
setting)
Physical configuration
Operating temperature
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Integrated 10/100/1000 Wake on LAN
Network Interface Controller
Table 5-7: Integrated 10/100 Wake on LAN NIC Specifications
Specification
Value
Network interface
1000Base-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T
Compatibility
IEEE 802.3am, 802.3u, 802.3
Data transfer method
32-bit, 33-MHz PCI bus master
Network transfer rate
10/100/1000 MBps
Connector
RJ-45
Compliance
PCI 2.2
OS support
For specific OS support, refer to
www.hp.com/products/servers/platforms
Management support
Wake on LAN (WOL), Pre-Boot Execution
Environment (PXE)
Integrated Single-Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI Controller
Table 5-8: Integrated Single-Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI Controller Specifications
Specification
Value
SCSI Protocol
Wide Ultra3 SCSI, Wide Ultra2 SCSI,
Wide Ultra SCSI-3, Fast-Wide SCSI-2, and Fast
SCSI-2
Electrical Protocol
Low Voltage Differential (LVD)
Drives supported
Up to 14 SCSI devices per channel
Data transfer method
64-bit/33-MHz PCI bus master
Maximum host bus transfer rate
267 MBps per channel
Maximum SCSI transfer rate
160 MBps per channel
Storage Capacity
Up to 1019.2 GB
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Integrated Dual-Channel Ultra ATA 100 Controller
Table 5-9: Integrated Dual-Channel Ultra ATA 100 Controller Specifications
Specification
Value
Protocol
UDMA Mode (0-5)
PIO Mode (0-4)
5-8
Drives supported
Up to 4 ATA (2 devices per channel)
Data transfer method
32-bit/33-MHz PCI bus-master
Maximum transfer rate per PCI Bus (peak)
133 MBps per channel
ATA 100 Cable
80-conductor cable
ATA channel transfer rate
100 MBps per channel
ATA connectors
Two 40-pin connectors (primary and secondary)
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A
access panel
part number 1-3
removing 2-7
replacing 2-7
access times
CD-ROM drive 5-4
diskette drive 5-3
ASR (Automatic Server Recovery), running 3-4
ATA cable assembly, part number 1-7
ATA ribbon cable assembly, part number 1-7
ATAPI tape drive cabling 2-14
Automatic Server Recovery See ASR
B
battery
function of 2-39
location on system board 4-3, 4-5
part number 1-7
replacing 2-40
bezel blank
part number 1-3
removing 2-9
replacing 2-9
C
cable clips, part number 1-3
CD-ROM drive
part number 1-6
specifications 5-4
CE Mark-compliant power supply See power supply
clamps, part number 1-3
compartment, hard drive
part number 1-3
removing 2-16
replacing 2-17
component-level repairs vii
component-level repairs, warning 2-4
connectors 4-2, 4-3, 4-5
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ATA 5-8
NIC 5-7
SCSI 5-7
cooling, caution 2-5
country kit, part number 1-7
D
data transfer rate
diskette drive 5-3
dual-channel Ultra ATA 100 controller 5-8
hard drive 5-5, 5-6
single-channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI
controller 5-7
diagnostic tools, overview 3-1
diagnostics
locating 2-1, 3-2
overview 3-2
diskette drive
cable assembly, part number 1-7
connector 4-3, 4-5
part number 1-6
specifications 5-3
DMA transfers, enabling 2-23
drive tray
part number 1-3
removing 2-15
replacing 2-15
dual-channel Ultra ATA 100 controller,
specifications 5-8
E
electric shock
symbol 2-3
warning 2-3, 2-4, 2-38
electrostatic discharge See ESD
enhanced keyboard See keyboard
ESD (electrostatic discharge)
caution 2-4, 2-31, 2-34, 2-37, 2-39
precautions 2-2
exclamation point symbol 2-3
Index-1
Index
expansion board guide
part number 1-3
removing 2-30
replacing 2-30
expansion board knockout, part number 1-3
expansion board retainer, replacing 2-29
expansion slot, locations 2-28
Integrated ATA RAID Configuration Utility
Array Information window 2-22
described 3-4
exiting 2-23
Help window 2-22
Physical Drive Information window 2-22
running 3-4
IRQ conflict, resolving 3-3
F
fan
part number 1-6
removing 2-10
replacing 2-11
floppy drive See diskette drive
front bezel
part number 1-3
removing 2-6
replacing 2-6
J
jumper settings, obtaining 3-3
K
grounding viii
plug vii
techniques 2-2
keyboard connector, system board 4-3, 4-5
keyboard, part number 1-7
kits
country 1-7
hardware 1-3
plastics, miscellaneous 1-3
power cable 1-7
return 1-7
signal cable 1-7
tower-to-rack option 1-7
H
L
hard drive
ATA, specifications 5-5
part number 1-6
removing 2-18
replacing 2-19
SCSI, specifications 5-6
hard drive compartment
part number 1-3
removing 2-16, 2-17
replacing 2-17
hard drive LED 4-13
hardware kit, part number 1-3
hazard symbol 2-3
hazardous conditions, symbols on equipment 2-3
hazardous energy circuits 2-3
help resources ix
hood panel, part number 1-3
hot surface, warning 2-3, 2-5, 2-7, 2-34
HP authorized reseller ix
labels, symbols on equipment 2-3
LEDs
network controller 4-16
removing 2-25
server 4-12
shield 2-25
system board 4-14
G
I
IDE CD-ROM drive See CD-ROM drive
IDE connectors 4-3, 4-5
Insight Manager, described 3-2
Index-2
M
mechanical parts
exploded view, illustrated 1-2
spare parts list 1-3
memory
part number 1-6
specifications 5-3
memory module See also memory
described 2-31
removing 2-32
replacing 2-32
miscellaneous plastics kit, part number 1-3
mouse connector 4-3, 4-5
mouse power switch assembly connector 4-3
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S
network interface controller (NIC),
specifications 5-7
NIC See network interface controller
screwdriver symbol 2-3
SCSI cable routing 2-12
seek time, hard drive 5-5, 5-6
serial port connectors 4-3, 4-5
server components
exploded view (ATA model), illustrated 1-4
exploded view (SCSI model), illustrated 1-5
spare parts list 1-6, 1-7
server LEDs 4-13
server specifications 5-1
signal cable kit, part number 1-7
single-channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI controller,
specifications 5-7
SmartStart 3-3
SmartStart Diskette Builder 3-3
specifications
CD-ROM drive 5-4
diskette drive 5-3
hard drives 5-5
memory 5-3
NIC 5-7
server unit 5-2
Ultra ATA 100 controller 5-8
Wide Ultra3 SCSI controller 5-7
Wide Ultra3 SCSI hard drive 5-6
standby mode LED 4-13
storage device, maximum supported 2-8
stripe size 2-23
Survey Utility 3-2
switch settings, obtaining 3-3
switch, power, removing 2-24
switches See also system configuration switch or
system ID switch
described 4-9
symbols
on equipment 2-3
system board
components 4-2, 4-4
illustrated 4-5
part number 1-6
removing 2-37
replacing 2-37
system configuration switch
location 4-3, 4-5
settings 4-10
System Firmware Update 3-3
system ID switch
location 4-3, 4-5
settings 4-11
O
operating temperature, hard drive 5-5, 5-6
P
panel access, part number 1-3
parallel port connector 4-3, 4-5
PCI boards, configuring automatically 3-3
personal injury, warning 2-3, 2-5, 2-7, 2-34
plastics kit, miscellaneous 1-3
POST (Power-On Self-Test) 3-4
power button, part number 1-7
power cable kit, part number 1-7
power cords, disconnecting, warning 2-5
power extension cable, part number 1-7
power fluctuations, caution 2-5
power LED, front panel 4-13
Power On/Standby LED 4-13
power shield cable, part number 1-7
power source, warning 2-3
power supply
connectors 4-3, 4-5
part number 1-6
removing 2-38
replacing 2-38
power switch assembly connector 4-5
power switch, removing 2-24
powering down server 2-4
preparing for service procedure 2-4
processor
part number 1-6
removing 2-34
replacing 2-36
processor socket, locating 2-33
R
RBSU (ROM-Based Setup Utility) 2-41, 3-3
rear panel connectors 4-6
removable media bay device, replacing 2-27
removable media bezel blank, part number 1-3
repairs, warning 2-4
resource conflict, resolving 3-3
return kit, part number 1-7
RJ-45 receptacle, warning 2-3
ROM-Based Setup Utility See RBSU
ROMPaq Utility 3-3
rubber bumpers, part number 1-3
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RBSU (ROM-Based Setup Utility) 2-41, 3-3
ROMPaq 3-3
SmartStart 3-3
SmartStart Diskette Builder 3-3
Survey Utility 3-2
T
technician notes vii
technician notes, warning 2-4
telephone numbers ix
telephone symbol 2-3
tools
required for service procedures 2-1
type recommended 2-2
tower-to-rack option kit, part number 1-7
V
ventilation clearances viii
W
U
Ultra ATA 100 controller, specifications 5-8
Ultra3 SCSI cable, part number 1-7
USB port connectors 4-3, 4-5
utilities
ASR (Automatic Server Recovery) 3-4
Diagnostics 3-2
Insight Manager 3-2
Integrated ATA Configuration 3-4
POST 3-4
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warranty viii
weight, warning 2-3
Wide Ultra3 SCSI controller, specifications 5-7
Wide Ultra3 SCSI hard drive, specifications 5-6
work area recommendations 2-2
wrist strap, using 2-2
write cache, caution 2-23
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