HP Integrity rx2600 Specifications

HP Integrity rx2600 Server and
HP zx6000 Workstation
Operations and Maintenance Guide
Document Part Number: 5991-5988
August 2007
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About this Document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
New and Changed Information in This Edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Publishing History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Document Organization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Typographic Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
HP-UX Release Name and Release Identifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Related Documents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
HP Encourages Your Comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Chapter 1.
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
System Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Server Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Physical Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Consumption and Cooling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Environmental Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 2.
System Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Extensible Firmware Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the EFI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the EFI Shell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Boot Option Maintenance Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the System Configuration Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Security/Password Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting Passwords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
iLO Management Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
iLO MP Card I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the iLO MP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the iLO MP Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baseboard Management Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the BMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Firmware Upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 3.
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Location of Internal Components and Connectors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remove or Replace Prerequisites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read the Power and EMI Warning and Note . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gather Your Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Server Covers and Bezel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pedestal-Mount Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rack-Mount Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Removing and Replacing Hot-Swappable and Hot-Pluggable Devices. . . . . 71
System Fans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Removing and Replacing Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Hard Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Removing and Replacing Internal Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Airflow Guides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Removing and Replacing Memory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Removing and Replacing Accessory and Graphics Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Removing and Replacing the PCI/AGP Backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Removing and Replacing an Optical Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Removing and Replacing the iLO MP Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Removing and Replacing the LED Status Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Removing and Replacing a Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Removing and Replacing the System Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Removing and Replacing System Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Power Supply Interface Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Hard Drive Backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Chapter 4.
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109
Identifying and Diagnosing Hardware Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The System e-buzzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Diagnostic LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LAN LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Board Diagnostic LEDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Running Diagnostic Software Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HP e-DiagTools Hardware Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Offline Diagnostics Environment (ODE). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EFI Error and Warning Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEL and FPL Log Entries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the Logs with BMC CLI Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the Logs with iLO MP Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Specific Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Events Without Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix A
Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
HP zx6000 Workstation Replacement Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
zx6000 Workstation Parts Illustrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
rx6000 Workstation Replacement Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HP Integrity rx2600 Server Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
rx2600 Server Parts Illustrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
rx2600 Replacement Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix B
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Server Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Graphics Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
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Supported Graphics Cards for Servers With no iLO MP Card . . . . . . .
Selecting a Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mass Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supported Hard Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supported Optical Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix C
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System Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
System Board Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intel Itanium 2 Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Processor Bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
zx1 I/O and Memory Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
zx1 AGP/PCI Bus Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dual Serial Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Field Programmable Gate Array . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baseboard Management Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCSI Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IDE Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10/100 BT Management LAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 GB System LAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USB Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chip Spare Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Front Panel, Pedestal Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front Panel, Rack-mounted Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear Panel Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Password Reset Jumper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Physical Layout (front of server at bottom of photo) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Board Connectors and Slots (front of server at bottom of photo) . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Left-side Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Top Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Top Cover Alignment Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Top Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Side Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aligning the Front Bezel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Releasing the Rack Latches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Guide-rail Release Clips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Top Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Top Cover Alignment Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Top Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Retaining Clip. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Align the Front Bezel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing System Fans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing Fans 1A, 1B, or 2 from a Pedestal-Mount Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Releasing the Power Supply Retaining Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Power Supply from the Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sliding the Power Supply into Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unlocking the Hard Drives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Releasing the Hard Drive Release Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Hard Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Server Airflow Guides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Memory Airflow Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aligning the Memory Airflow Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Memory Airflow Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Main Portion of the Processor Airflow Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Airflow Guide Release Latch and Post . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Connector for Front Portion of Airflow Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Front Portion of the Airflow Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Processor Airflow Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memory Module Retainer Clips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memory Loading Order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the PCI/AGP Cage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Plastic AGP Card Shipment Retainer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the PCI/AGP Cage Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Bulkhead Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Accessory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the PCI/AGP Cage Board Cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the Audio Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the PCI/AGP backplane (rx2600 shown) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Replacing the PCI/AGP backplane (rx2600 shown) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Disconnecting the Optical Drive IDE Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Releasing the Optical Drive Retaining Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Removing the Optical Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Replacing the Optical Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Removing the Power Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Unscrew the iLO MP Card Mounting Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Disconnecting the iLO MP Card Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Removing the Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Aligning the iLO MP Card Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Securing the iLO MP Card Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Disconnect the LED Status Card Controller Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Remove the LED Status Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Disconnect the Processor Power Pod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Remove the Processor Power Pod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Disconnect the Power Cable for the Processor Turbo Fan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Unscrew the Turbo Fan Heatsink Captive Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Unlocking the Processor Locking Mechanism with the Special Processor Tool. . . . 96
Removing the Turbo Fan Heatsink and the Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Processor Locking Mechanism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Aligning the Turbo Fan and Processor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Locking the Processor in Place. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Sliding Sequencer Retainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Screw in the Heatsink and Processor Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Removing the Power Connector Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Six System Board Mounting Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Unscrew the System Board Mounting Screw. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Remove the System Board from the Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Align the System Board in the Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Secure the System Board on its Standoffs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Remove the System Board Battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Remove the iLO MP Card Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Power Cables and Holding Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Removing the Power Supply Interface Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Replacing the Power Supply Interface Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Securing the Power Supply Interface Module and Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Disconnect the Fan and Backplane Power Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Unscrewing the Backplane Mounting Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Remove the Hard Drive Backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Location of the STBY LED, F/W LED and BMC LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Exploded View of zx6000 Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Exploded View of the rx2600 Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Block Diagram of the System Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
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About this Document
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Workstation. It also describes how to troubleshoot and diagnose server problems, and how to
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Document
Manufacturing
Part Number
5969-3163
Operating Systems
Supported
Supported
Product Versions
Publication
Date
Red Hat® Linux® Advanced Workstation HP Integrity rx2600
September 2003
2.1 for the Itanium® Processor
HP Workstation zx6000
HP-UX 11i v2
Microsoft® Windows®
5991-5988
■
XP 64-Bit Edition Version 2003
(zx6000 workstation)
■
Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
(Integrity rx2600 server)
August 2007
Red Hat Linux Advanced Workstation 2.1 HP Integrity rx2600
for the Itanium Processor
HP Workstation zx6000
HP-UX 11i v2
Microsoft Windows
■
XP 64-Bit Edition Version 2003
(zx6000 workstation)
■
Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
(Integrity rx2600 server)
Document Organization
This guide is divided into several chapters. The appendixes contain supplemental information.
■
Chapter 1: Overview Brief introduction to the HP Integrity rx2600 server and the HP
Workstation zx6000.
■
Chapter 2: System Configuration Provides information on the utilities on the server such as
Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) Boot Manager.
■
Chapter 3: Removing and Replacing Components Provides instructions and procedures on
how to remove and replace server components.
■
Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Provides diagnostics and basic troubleshooting methodology.
■
Appendix A: Replacement Parts Provides a list of customer self-repair parts.
■
Appendix B: Server Accessories Provides information about the supported graphics cards
and mass storage devices.
■
Appendix C: System Board Provides an overview of the system board and describes the
key components.
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NOTE: A note highlights useful information such as restrictions, recommendations, or important
details about HP product features.
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Each HP-UX 11i release has an associated release name and release identifier. The uname(1)
command with the -r option returns the release identifier. This table shows the releases available
for HP-UX 11i.
Release Identifier
B.11.23
Release Name
HP-UX 11i v2.0
Supported Processor
Architecture
Intel® Itanium®
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Overview
This manual provides information for the HP Integrity rx2600 server and the HP workstation
zx6000. It contains an overview of system specifications, instructions for removing and replacing
system components, information on configuring the server using the included tools and
interfaces, and basic troubleshooting information.
The HP Integrity rx2600 is a 2U, 2P/2C server, that supports Intel Itanium 2 processors (low
voltage), ranging from 1.0 GHz w/ 1.5 MB cache to 1.5 GHz w/ 6 MB cache depending on your
requirements. Up to 24 GB memory is offered. This server has four PCI slots.
The HP zx6000 64bit workstation features one or two Intel Itanium 2 processors at up to 1.5 GHz
and up to 24 GB of memory.
This chapter addresses the following topics:
■
“System Configurations” (page 13)
■
“Server Features” (page 14)
■
“Physical Characteristics” (page 16)
■
“Power Specifications” (page 17)
■
“Environmental Specifications” (page 18)
■
“Front Panel” (page 19)
■
“Rear Panel” (page 20)
System Configurations
The HP Integrity rx2600 server and HP workstation zx6000 are available in pedestal- and
rack-mount configurations.
Configuration
Accessory
Slots
Fan Type/Speed
iLO MP
Redundant
Hot-Swappable
Power Supply
zx6000 Workstation
Pedestal
3 PCI
1 AGP
Quiet/Low
No
No
zx6000 Workstation
Rack-mount
3 PCI
1 AGP
Hi Capacity/High
Optional
Optional
Integrity rx2600 Server
Pedestal
4 PCI
Hi Capacity/High
Yes
Yes
Integrity rx2600 Server
Rack-mount
4 PCI
Hi Capacity/High
Yes
Yes
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Server Features
The rx2600 and zx6000 are available in many configurations. The table below provides an
overview of the server features.
■
For a complete and current list of supported parts, components, and accessories, see:
http://partsurfer.hp.com
■
For information on the specific server features and components on servers with the
following:
❏
Firmware revision 1.9 or lower, use the EFI info command.
❏
Firmware revision 2.0 or higher, see “Advanced System Configuration Menu” (page 38).
Feature
Description
Processor
Single or dual-processor
• Intel Itanium 2 processor:
• 900 MHz with 1.5 MB cache on chip
• 1 GHz with 3 MB cache on chip
• 1.3 GHz with 3 MB cache on chip
• 1.5 GHz with 6 MB cache on chip
Firmware
8 MB flash EEPROM
Configured using Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI)
Operating system Red Hat Linux Advanced Workstation 2.1 for the Itanium® Processor
HP-UX 11i v2
Microsoft Windows:
• XP 64-Bit Edition Version 2003 (zx6000 workstation)
• Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (Integrity rx2600 server)
Main memory
Capacity:
• zx6000 workstation: 512 MB minimum (2 x 256 MB)
• rx2600 server: 1 GB minimum (4 x 256 MB)
• 24 GB max.
Type: PC2100 ECC registered DDR266 SDRAM
Slots: Twelve DIMM slots
Modules supported: 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB
Bus Bandwidth: up to 8.5 GB/s
Hard drives
Internal bays: 3 hot-plug SCSI disk bays
Hard disk drives supported:
• 36 GB (10k or 15k rpm)
• 73 GB (15k rpm)
• 146 GB (10k rpm)
Maximum internal storage: 438 GB
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Feature
Description
Optical drives
One open bay for 8x slimline DVD or CD-RW/DVD
SCSI controller
Two Ultra 320 SCSI channels
One external SCSI port (rear panel):
• 68-pin standard, high density SCSI connector
• Must use cables designated as U320-capable with U320 devices
• 12 m maximum bus length
• SCSI ID:
• May not use SCSI ID 2 when a drive is installed in internal bay 2
• May use SCSI ID 2 for the external port if there is no drive in bay 2
• Termination:
• Must be terminated if there are devices attached
• Must not be terminated if no devices are attached (automatically
terminates if no devices are attached)
• Device support:
• LVD devices
• Legacy SE devices
• SE, narrow devices
IDE controller
Ultra ATA-100 capable controller
Supports one IDE optical drive (CD/DVD)
Graphics
controllers
zx6000 workstation supports one of the following options:
• AGP graphics card
• iLO MP card VGA port
rx2600 server:
• iLO MP card VGA port
Accessory card
slots
zx6000 workstation:
• One AGP Pro 4× 32-bit slot supporting 1.5V AGP cards
• Three 64-bit 133 MHz Peripheral Component Interconnect
(PCI-X 1.0) slots, supporting all bridges and multifunction PCI-X devices; all
three PCI-X slots comply with PCI-X 1.0 specification
rx2600 server:
• Four 64-bit 133 MHz Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI-X 1.0) slots
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Feature
Description
iLO Management 25-pin serial connector (with console/remote/USP extensions; requires
Processor (iLO MP) breakout cable)
card
10/100 BT Management LAN
(standard on the 15-pin VGA connector
rx2600 server;
• The graphics display port functionality on the iLO MP Card is not
optional on the
supported on zx6000 workstations with an AGP graphics card installed;
zx6000
all other HP iLO MP Card functionality is supported
workstation)
Rear connectors
(labeled)
Four USB connectors:
• High speed 480 Mb/sec. capable
• Full speed 12 Mb/sec. and low speed 1.5 Mb/sec.
• HP-UX supports HP USB keyboard and mouse
• Linux supports all 1.1 USB devices
• Windows supports USB keyboard and mouse,
as well as other USB devices with driver support
Two 9-pin serial ports:
• UART 16550 buffered
• RS-232-C
External 68-pin LVDS/SE SCSI connector (see SCSI controller above)
LAN connectors
• 10/100 BT Management LAN
• 10/100/1000 BT Gigabit LAN
• 10/100 BT iLO MP Card LAN (on servers with iLO MP card)
Physical Characteristics
This table lists the standard configuration as shipped, excluding the keyboard and monitor.
Weight:
• Pedestal server
Minimum: 22.4 kg (49.4 lb.)
Maximum: 25.5 kg (56.3 lb.)
• Rack-mount server
Minimum: 17.5 kg (38.6 lb.)
Maximum: 22.2 kg (49.0 lb.)
Dimensions (DxWxH):
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• Pedestal server
67.5 cm (26.6 in.) x 29.5 cm (11.6 in.) x 49.4 cm (19.5 in.)
• Rack-mount server
67.9 cm (26.8 in.) max. x 48.3 cm (19.0 in.) x 8.6 cm (3.4 in.)
Footprint (pedestal)
0.2 m2 (2.1 sq. ft.)
Rack units (rack-mount)
2U
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Power Specifications
Power specifications are based on servers with one or two power supplies installed.
Peak
(15 sec.)
Max. per
PCI-X Slots
64-bit,
133MHz
Max. for
AGP Slot
Standard
Connector
N/A
N/A
Parameter
Total Rating
Input voltage
100-127
VAC
Input frequency
50 to 60 Hz
N/A
N/A
N/A
Maximum input current1
7.2A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Maximum output power2
600W
N/A
85W total for PCI slots and
AGP slot
Max current at +12V
49A
N/A
0.5A
4.8A
Max current at -12V
0.35A
N/A
0.1A
N/A
Max current at +3.3V
34A
N/A
4.6A
12.1A
Max current at +5V
18A
31A
3A
2A
Max current at +3.3V stdby
3.5A
N/A
N/A
N/A
200-250 N/A
VAC
3.6A
1. Corresponds to the maximum dc power the power supply can provide to the server.
2. The worst case or highest current given the lowest input voltage and the maximum input power.
If an overload triggers the power supply overload protection, the server immediately powers off.
To reset the power supply unit, follow these steps:
1. Disconnect the power cord.
2. Contact an HP support representative to determine what caused the overload.
3. Reconnect the power cord.
4. Reboot the server.
If an overload occurs twice, there is an undetected short circuit somewhere.
When you use the front panel power button to power off the server, power consumption falls
below the low power consumption but does not reach zero. To reach zero power consumption in
OFF mode, unplug the server or use a power block with a switch.
Power Consumption and Cooling
The power consumptions listed in the following table are valid for a standard configuration as
shipped (one 1 GHz processor, 6 GB of memory, 600W power supply, three hard disk drives, one
graphics card, one LVD SCSI card).
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All information in this section is based on primary power consumptions with one power supply
installed.
Additional Component
Power Consumption
130W
• Processor
• SCSI hard disk drive (with I/O access) 23W
16W
• SCSI hard disk (idle)
• PCI card
• AGP card
443.6 Btu/h
78.4 Btu/h
54.5 Btu/h
10W to 25W
34.12 Btu/h to 85.30 Btu/h
70W
238.4 Btu/h
Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature and humidity ranges may vary depending on the installed mass storage
devices. High humidity levels can cause improper disk operation. Low humidity levels can
aggravate static electricity problems and cause excessive wear of the disk surface.
Environmental specifications (CPU with hard disk)
Operating temperature
+5° C to +35° C (+41° F to +95° F)
Storage temperature
-40° C to +70° C (-40° F to +158° F)
Over-temperature shutdown
+40° C (+104° F)
Operating humidity
15% to 80% relative (noncondensing)
Storage humidity
8% to 85% relative (noncondensing)
Acoustic noise emission (ISO 7779)
Sound power level3
Pedestal Server:
• Typical configuration1 (disk idle)
LwA4 =5.1 BA
• Maximum configuration2 (disk idle)
LwA =5.4 BA
• Maximum configuration2 (disk active)
Rack Server:
• Typical configuration1 (disk idle)
• Maximum configuration2 (disk idle)
• Maximum configuration2 (disk active)
LwA =6.4 BA
LwA =6.4 BA
LwA =7.2 BA
Operating altitude
3048 m (10,000 ft.) max
Storage altitude
4600 m (15,000 ft.) max
1.
2.
3.
4.
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LwA =6.2 BA
Single processor, one to two SCSI hard disk drives and less than 8 GB of memory
Dual processor, one to two SCSI hard disk drives and less than 8 GB of memory
Typical configuration at room temperature (25° C)
LwA = A-weighted sound power level in dB(A)
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Front Panel
The front panel on the rx2600 and zx6000 has the following features:
■
Power LED is green when the power is on, or the power button is pushed in. If the power is
on and the button is pushed in, the light stays on even after the server is powered off. When
the button is released, the green light turns off.
■
Power Butter turns the server power on and off.
■
LAN LED indicates communication over the Gigabit or Management LAN.
■
System and Diagnostic LEDs identify errors on zx6000 workstations with no iLO MP card.
■
Locator LED and Button (rack-mount configuration only) identify the rack position of the
server.
■
Disk Activity LEDs on each hard drive turn green when the disk is accessed.
■
e-buzzer icon indicates the position of the internal speaker.
7
6
5
4
3
1
Front Panel, Pedestal Configuration
1 2
3
4 5
6 7
Front Panel, Rack-mounted Configuration
1 e-buzzer Icon
5 System LED
2 Locator LED and Button (rack-mounted server only)
6 Power Button
3 Diagnostic LEDs 1-4 (active only on zx6000
workstations with no iLO MP card installed)
7 Power LED
4 LAN LED
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Rear Panel
The rear panel on the rx2600 and zx6000 has the following features:
■
Connectors are shaped to go in only one way to prevent improper cable attachment.
■
Ports are labeled for easy identification.
■
iLO MP ports are positioned above (rack-mount) or to the right of (pedestal) standard
connectors (optional on zx6000 workstation).
■
LAN LEDs provide additional information:
❏
Four Gigabit LAN LEDs
❏
Two System Management 10/100 LAN LEDs
❏
Four iLO MP LAN LEDs (optional on zx6000 workstation)
■
Monitor Connector on graphics card. zx6000 workstations may include graphics cards with
single or multiple monitor support.
■
Locator LED (rack-mount configuration only) identifies the rack position of the server.
1
3
2
14
4
13 12 11 10 9
56
7
8
Rear Panel Connectors
1 Power (PWR2)
8 USB Ports (mouse and keyboard ports labelled)
2 Power (PWR1)
9 TOC Button
3 iLO MP Card: VGA, Serial, LAN, Reset 10 Locator LED and Button
(optional on zx6000 workstation)
4 System Lock
11 10/100 BT Management LAN with Integrated LEDs
5 Serial Console Port A
12 10/100/1000 BT Gigabit LAN LEDs
6 Serial Port B
13 10/100/1000 BT Gigabit LAN
7 Monitor Connector(s)
(zx6000 workstation only)
14 LVD/SE SCSI
CAUTION: Do not connect a SCSI terminator to the SCSI connector on the back of the server; the
connector is automatically terminated. If an external SCSI device is the last device connected externally to
the server, you must connect a SCSI terminator to that device.
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System Configuration
This chapter describes the utilities that are part of the server.
This chapter addresses the following topics:
■
“Extensible Firmware Interface” (page 21)
■
“iLO Management Processor” (page 41)
■
“Baseboard Management Controller” (page 53)
■
“Firmware Upgrades” (page 60)
Extensible Firmware Interface
The Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) is an interface between the operating systems and the
system firmware.
EFI enables you to configure the Itanium Processor Family (IPF) firmware. The EFI menu
includes the following options:
■
The EFI Shell [Built-in] is a command line interface that enables you to operate the EFI
commands or create and run automated scripts.
■
Boot Option Maintenance Menu enables you to select the order of the devices from
■
System Configuration Menu on systems with EFI firmware version 2.0 or higher
■
Security/Password Menu on systems with EFI firmware version 2.9 or lower enables
which you want the firmware to attempt to boot the OS. You can also configure the system to
boot from a configuration file.
enables you view the system configuration and change or delete administrator and user
passwords.
you add, change, and delete system administrator and user passwords.
Accessing the EFI
You can access the EFI directly when you boot the server, or by remote access.
NOTE: To switch between the iLO MP card and EFI console with iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or
higher, do the following:
■ If you are at the EFI console, press Ctrl-B to access the iLO MP login screen.
■ If you are at the iLO MP command prompt, run the CO command to enter EFI console
mode.
Direct Access
When you power on the server and it begins to boot up, it pauses at the boot option screen:
EFI Boot Manager ver x.xx [xx.xx]
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Please select a boot option
[your OS]
EFI Shell [Built-in]
Boot option maintenance menu
Security/Password Menu
Use up and down arrows to change option(s).
Use Enter to select an option.
NOTE: The server pauses for seven seconds to enable you to change the boot option before
booting to the default OS. To change the pause duration, select Set Auto Boot TimeOut from
the Boot Options Maintenance Menu.
Use the up or down arrow keys to highlight an option and press Enter to activate a selection.
Remote Access
To access the EFI remotely, follow these steps:
1. With the server turned off, connect the serial cable provided with your server (HP part
number 5182-4794) or a compatible cable to the serial console port (port A) on the rear panel
of the server, and to your remote device.
2. Configure the terminal emulation software with these settings:
❏
Baud rate: 9600
❏
Bits: 8
❏
Parity: None
❏
Stop Bits: 1 (one)
❏
Flow Control: XON/XOFF
3. Using the terminal emulation software, connect to the server with a direct connection.
NOTE: The default terminal emulation type is VT100+. You can change this setting from the
EFI Boot Options Maintenance Menu.
4. Power on the server and follow the steps in the next section to access the EFI.
Using the EFI Shell
To access the EFI shell, follow these steps:
1. When the EFI boot option screen displays, use the arrow keys to highlight EFI Shell and press
Enter.
NOTE: You have seven seconds to change the boot option before the server boots to the first
option in the list. To change the order of boot options, see “Using the Boot Option Maintenance
Menu” (page 30).
2. A list of file systems (drives and partitions), and block devices on hard drives is displayed.
For example:
Device mapping table
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fs0:
Acpi(HWP0002,100)/Pci(1|0)/Scsi(Pun0,Lun0)/HD(Part1,Sig00112233)
blk0: Acpi(HWP0002,0)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Primary,Master)
blk1: Acpi(HWP0002,100)/Pci(1|0)/Scsi(Pun0,Lun0)
3. The EFI shell first searches for an optional script file named startup.nsh.
❏
If this file is found, it is run automatically.
❏
After the script runs, the shell waits for commands to be entered at the command prompt.
NOTE: If startup.nsh runs an OS or application, you must exit that application to access the
EFI shell prompt.
4. You can now enter commands.
❏
To run an individual command:
a. Enter the command at the shell prompt. For example, to clear the display on the
monitor:
Shell:\> cls
b. To run the command, press Enter.
◆
Some commands require additional arguments to further define their action. For
example, to display information about the system memory, you must enter the
command name, plus the desired category of information to display:
fs0:\> info mem
◆
❏
When you enter individual commands at the command prompt, the shell
performs variable substitution, then expands wild cards before the command is
run.
To switch to a different file system, run the following, where fsx is the selected file
system as listed on the screen (see step 2). For example:
Shell> fsx:
where x is a numeric value representing a file system. For example, if you enter:
Shell> fs0:
You see this prompt:
fs0:\> _
❏
You also can run EFI applications (files ending with .efi). To list applications in the
current file system, run the ls command. For example:
fs0:> ls
You will see a list of applications on the fs0 file system.
Command Syntax
The EFI shell uses a programming language to control the execution of individual commands.
Some characters have special meanings in the EFI shell. This section includes instructions for
running EFI shell commands and a list of the available commands.
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Arguments
Some commands require additional arguments to further define their action. For example, to
display information about the system memory, you must enter the command name, plus the
desired category of information to display:
fs0:\> info mem
Rules
Follow these rules to ensure the commands run correctly.
#
Denotes a comment. All text from the # symbol to the end of the line is
ignored.
>
Denotes an output redirect. Output of EFI shell commands can be saved to
files instead of being displayed on the monitor or in the terminal emulation
program. The shell redirects standard output to a single file and standard error
to a single file. Redirecting both standard output and standard error to the
same file is allowed. Redirecting to more than one file on the same command
is not supported.
The output redirect options, include:
>
redirect output to a unicode file
>a
redirect output to an ASCII file
>>
append output to a unicode file
>>a
append output to an ASCII file
The syntax for redirecting script output is:
Command > output_file_pathname
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%
Denotes an environment variable. Environment variables can be set and
viewed through the use of the set command (see set command in this
chapter). To access the value of an environment variable as an argument to a
shell command, delimit the name of the variable with the% character before
and after the variable name; for example,%myvariable%.
*
Denotes a wildcard character. Matches zero or more characters in a file name.
?
Denotes a wildcard character. Matches exactly one character of a file name.
[
Denotes a wildcard character. Defines a set of characters; the pattern matches
any single character in the set. Characters in the set are not separated. Ranges
of characters can be specified by specifying the first character in a range, then
the - character, then the last character in the range. For example: [a-zA-Z].
^
Denotes a literal argument. When a command contains a defined alias the shell
replaces the alias with its definition (see alias command in this chapter). If
the argument is prefixed with the ^ character, however, the argument is treated
as a literal argument and alias processing is not performed.
“”
Quotation marks in the EFI shell are used for argument grouping. A quoted
string is treated as a single argument to a command, and any white space
characters included in the quoted string are just part of that single argument.
Quoting an environment variable does not have any effect on the
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de-referencing of that variable. Double quotation marks (“”) denote strings.
Single quotation marks are not treated specially by the shell in any way. Empty
strings are treated as valid command line arguments.
space
Used to format batch scripts to separate command names, parameters and so
forth.
newline
Used to format batch scripts. Each line represents a new command.
Command Descriptions
The following sections provide brief descriptions of the EFI commands. For more information,
use the EFI shell help system.
To access the following:
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List of EFI command classes, run help at the EFI shell prompt.
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Detailed description of a command, run help and the command name or other options at the
EFI shell prompt. For example:
❏
fs0:\> help displays a list of command classes
❏
fs0:\> help date displays help for the date command
❏
fs0:\> help -a displays all commands in alphabetical order
❏
fs0:\> help -a -b displays all commands in alphabetical order with page breaks
❏
fs0:\> help class displays all commands in the specified command class (see
below)
Command Classes
EFI commands are organized into different classes based on their functions. The classes include
the following:
boot
Boot options and disk-related commands
configuration Change and retrieve system information
device
Get device, driver and handle information
memory
Memory related commands
shell
Basic shell navigation and customization
scripts
EFI shell script commands
Boot Commands
Boot commands enable you to set boot and disk options.
autoboot
View or set autoboot timeout variable
bcfg
Display/modify the driver/boot configuration
dblk
Display the contents of blocks from a block device
boottest
Set/view BootTest bits
mount
Mount a file system on a block device
reset
Reset the system
vol
Display volume information of the file system
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Configuration Commands
Configuration commands enable you to change and retrieve system information.
cpuconfig
Deconfigure or reconfigure CPUs
date
Display the current date or sets the date in the system;
format is mm/dd/yyyy
err
Display or change the error level
errdump
View/clear logs
info
Display hardware information
monarch
View or set the monarch processor
palproc
Make a PAL procedure call
salproc
Make a SAL procedure call
time
Display the current time or sets the system time; format is hh:mm:ss
ver
Display the version information
Device Commands
Device commands provide device, driver, and handle information.
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baud
Set serial port settings
connect
Bind an EFI driver to a device and start the driver
devices
Display the list of devices being managed by EFI drivers
devtree
Display the tree of devices that follow the EFI Driver Model
disconnect
Disconnect one or more drivers from a device
dh
Display the handles in the EFI environment
driver
List and install ROM-based drivers
drivers
Display the list of drivers that follow the EFI Driver Model
drvcfg
Invoke the Driver Configuration Protocol
drvdiag
Invoke the Driver Diagnostics Protocol
guid
Display all the GUIDs in the EFI environment
lanaddress
Display core I/O MAC address
load
Load and optionally connect EFI drivers
loadpcirom
Load a PCI Option ROM
map
Display or define mappings
openinfo
Display the protocols on a handle and the agents
pci
Display PCI devices or PCI function configuration space
reconnect
Reconnect one or more drivers from a device
unload
Unload a protocol image
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Memory Commands
Memory commands enable you to manage memory.
default
Reset all NVM values to system defaults
dmpstore
Display all NVRAM variables
dmem
Display the contents of memory
memmap
Display the memory map
mm
Display or modify memory, memory-mapped IO and PCI settings
pdt
View or clear the Page Deallocation Table (PDT)
Shell Commands
Shell commands enable you to navigate and customize your shell.
alias
Display, create, or deletes aliases in the EFI shell
attrib
Display or change the attributes of files or directories
cd
Display or change the current directory
cls
Clear the standard output with an optional background color
comp
Compare the contents of two files
cp
Copy one or more files/directories to another location
edit
Edit an ASCII or UNICODE file in full screen
eficompress
Compress a file
efidecompress Uncompress a file
exit
Exit the EFI shell
help
Display help menus, command list, or verbose help of a command
hexedit
Edit with hex mode in full screen
ls
Display a list of files and subdirectories in a directory
mkdir
Create one or more directories
mode
Display or change the mode of the console output device
mv
Move one or more files/directories to destination
rm
Delete one or more files or directories
set
Display, create, change or delete EFI environment variables
setsize
Set the size of the file
touch
Update time with current time
type
Display the contents of a file
xchar
Turn on/off extended character features
Scripts Commands
Scrips commands enable you to use shell scripts.
echo
Display messages or turn command echoing on or off
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for/endfor
Run commands for each item in a set of items
goto
Make batch file execution jump to another location
if/endif
Run commands in specified conditions
pause
Print a message and suspends for keyboard input
stall
Stalls the processor for the specified time in microseconds
EFI Scripts
The EFI scripting language enables you to create executable shell scripts. You can place a set of
EFI commands in the shell script and run the script as often as needed. You can also modify the
script to make it perform different tasks. Script files can be either unicode or ASCII format.
NOTE: Commands run from a batch script are not saved by the shell for DOSkey history
(up-arrow command recall).
The optional script startup.nsh is automatically run when you enter the EFI shell
environment. All EFI shell scripts have the .nsh suffix.
This section provides a brief explanation of how to create, edit, and run an EFI shell script.
To create or edit a shell script, follow these steps:
1. At the EFI shell prompt, run the shell’s editor. Run the following:
fs0:\> edit file.nsh
where file.nsh represents the name of the new shell script you are creating or the existing
script you want to edit.
2. Enter or edit the commands to be run when the script is run. For example:
echo This is a test file.
3. When you are finished writing the script: press F2 to save the file and press F3 to exit.
The EFI editor is controlled by function key commands. A menu of available commands is
shown at the bottom of the screen. If you are accessing the editor through a terminal emulator
and the function keys do not work, use the escape sequences listed here.
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Command
Function key
Escape sequence
Open file
F1
Esc 0
Save file
F2
Esc S
Exit
F3
Esc Q
Cut
F4
Esc D
Paste
F5
Esc P
Goto
F6
Esc G
Search
F7
Esc F
Replace
F8
Esc R
File type
F9
Esc T
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To run a shell script:
1. Enter the name of the command at the EFI shell prompt. For example:
fs0:\> mytest.nsh
2. Press Enter.
Positional Arguments
Up to nine positional arguments are supported for batch scripts. Positional argument substitution
is performed before the execution of each line in the script file. Positional arguments are denoted
by %n, where n is a digit between 0 and 9. By convention, %0 is the name of the script file
currently being run.
In batch scripts, argument substitution is performed first, then variable substitution. For example,
for a variable containing %2, the variable is replaced with the literal string %2, not the second
argument on the command line. If no real argument is found to substitute for a positional
argument, the positional argument is ignored.
For example, this script replaces the two literal arguments arg1 and arg2 with the positional
arguments %1 and %2:
#
# Example: EFI Shell Script
#
#///////////////////////////////////////
echo -off
set arg1 %1
set arg2 %2
echo "I found a %arg1%"
echo "I also found a %arg2%"
To run the command, enter the command name followed by the arguments at the shell
prompt:
fs0:\efi\tools> example cat dog
example> echo -off
I found a cat
I also found a dog
Nesting
Script file execution can be nested; that is, script files may be run from within other script files.
Recursion is allowed.
Output Redirection
Output redirection is fully supported. Output redirection on a command in a script file causes the
output for that command to be redirected. Output redirection on the invocation of a batch script
causes the output for all commands in the batch script to be redirected to the file, with the output
of each command appended to the end of the file.
By default, both the input and output for all commands run from a batch script are echoed to the
console. Display of commands read from a batch file can be suppressed using the echo -off
command (see echo). If output for a command is redirected to a file, then that output is not
displayed on the console.
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Error Handling in Scripts
By default, if an error is encountered during the execution of a command in a batch script, the
script will continue to run. The lasterror shell variable enables batch scripts to test the results of
the most recently run command using the if command. This variable is not an environment
variable, but is a special variable maintained by the shell for the lifetime of that instance of the
shell.
Comments in Script Files
Comments can be embedded in batch scripts. The # character on a line denotes that all characters
on the same line and to the right of the # are to be ignored by the shell. Comments are not echoed
to the console.
Using the Boot Option Maintenance Menu
This menu enables you to select console output and input devices as well as various boot options.
It contains the following items:
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Boot from a File
Add a Boot Option
Delete Boot Option(s)
Change Boot Order
Manage BootNext setting
Set Auto Boot TimeOut
Select Active Console Output Devices
Select Active Console Input Devices
Select Active Standard Error Devices
Cold Reset
Exit
These items are described in the following sections.
In all menus, select the following:
■
Help to display the help available for the command
■
Exit to return to the main Boot Options Maintenance menu
■
Enter to select an item after using the arrow keys to highlight the item
■
Save Settings to NVRAM to save your changes
NOTE: The options shown here are examples. Your server may have different options available
based on the system configuration and installed hardware components.
Paths
All devices in the rx2600 server and zx6000 workstation are represented by paths in the EFI
shell. To identify the correct slot or disk drive, use the following tables.
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Integrity rx2600 server slots
Slot
Path
Description
1 PCI
Acpi(HWP0002,400)/pci(1|0)
Slot 1:0/4
2 PCI
Acpi(HWP0002,300)/pci(1|0)
Slot 2:0/3
3 PCI
Acpi(HWP0002,200)/pci(1|0)
Slot 3:0/2
4 PCI
Acpi(HWP0002,600)/pci(1|0)
Slot 4:0/5
zx6000 workstation slots
Slot
Path
Description
1 AGP
Acpi(HWP0003,400)/pci(0|0)
Slot 1:0/4 (upper rack slot)
2 PCI
Acpi(HWP0002,300)/pci(1|0)
Slot 2:0/3
3 PCI
Acpi(HWP0002,200)/pci(1|0)
Slot 3:0/2
4 PCI
Acpi(HWP0002,600)/pci(1|0)
Slot 4:0/5 (lower rack slot)
rx2600 and zx6000 drives
Drive
Path
Description
SCSI disk
Acpi(HWP0002,100)/Pci(1|0)/Scsi(Pun0,Lun0)
0/1/1/0.0.0 (lower disk)
SCSI disk
Acpi(HWP0002,100)/Pci(1|0)/Scsi(Pun1,Lun0)
0/1/1/0.1.0 (middle disk)
SCSI disk
Acpi(HWP0002,100)/Pci(1|1)/Scsi(Pun2,Lun0)
0/1/1/1.2.0 (upper disk)
Removable
media boot
Acpi(HWP0002,0)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Primary,Master)
Boot from a File
Use this option to manually run a specific application or driver.
NOTE: This option boots the selected application or driver one time only. When you exit the
application, you return to this menu.
This option displays the file systems that are on the server and lets you browse these file systems
for applications, or drivers that are executable. Executable files end with the .efi extension. You
can also select remote boot (LAN) options that have been configured on your network.
For example:
Boot From a File. Select a Volume
NO VOLUME LABEL [Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Primary,Master)/
CD_FORMAT [Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Secondary,Master)/CDRO
Removable Media Boot [Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Secondary,M
Load File [EFI Shell [Built-in]]
Load File [Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(3|0)/Mac(00306E385AFB)]
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Exit
In this example:
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NO VOLUME LABEL is a hard drive. When you format a hard drive, the EFI tools provide
an option to LABEL the disk. In this example, the volume was not labelled.
■
CD_FORMAT is the label created for the disk currently inside the DVD drive.
■
Removable Media Boot enables you to boot from a removable media drive (CD/DVD
■
The two Load Files are the EFI shell and the LAN.
drive). This option does not support booting from a specific file on a specific removable
media disc.
Add a Boot Option
Use this option to add items to the EFI boot menu.
This option displays the file systems that are on the server and lets you browse these file systems
for applications or drivers that are executable. Executable files end with the .efi extension. You
can also select remote boot (LAN) options that have been configured on your network. The
option you have selected is added to the EFI boot menu.
If you add a new drive to the server, you must manually add its boot options list if you want to
make it a bootable device.
When adding a boot option that already exists in the Boot Manager list of boot options, you can
choose whether to create a new option or modify the existing one. If you:
■
Choose to modify an existing option, you may change the boot option name and/or add boot
option arguments to the existing option.
■
Create a new boot option for an already existing option, multiple instances of the same boot
option exist.
For example:
Add a Boot Option. Select a Volume
NO VOLUME LABEL [Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Primary,Master)/
Removable Media Boot [Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Secondary,M
Load File [EFI Shell [Built-in]]
Load File [Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(3|0)/Mac(00306E385AFB)]
Exit
In this example:
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Most of the items are the same options in Boot From a File.
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NO VOLUME LABEL is a hard drive. You can search through the disk for bootable
applications to add to the Boot Manager list of Boot options.
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Removable Media Boot will treat the Removable Media (generally a CD) as a bootable
■
Load File EFI Shell adds a new instance to the EFI Shell. Load File with the MAC address
adds a network boot option.
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Delete Boot Option(s)
Use this option to remove boot options from the EFI boot menu.
NOTE: This does not delete any files, applications or drivers from the server.
This option displays a list of boot options that are configured on the server. The names match the
options on the main Boot Manager menu (above).
If you remove a drive from the server, you must manually delete it from the boot options list.
■
To delete an item from the list, use the arrow keys to highlight the item and press Enter.
■
To remove all of the entries from the EFI boot menu, select Delete All Boot Options. This
setting can be used as a security device on systems that are accessed remotely.
Change Boot Order
Use this option to change the order of boot options. The order in which options are listed in the
EFI boot menu also reflects the order in which the system attempts to boot. If the first boot option
fails, the system tries booting the second, then the third, and so forth, until a boot option succeeds
or until all options have failed.
For example, if you normally boot using a configuration on your LAN but would like to boot
from a local hard drive if the LAN is unavailable, move the LAN boot option to the top of the list,
followed by the hard drive boot option.
The menu lists boot options that currently exist in the main Boot Manager menu. You can
change the priority of the items by moving them up or down in the list:
■
Press U to move an option up.
■
Press D to move an option down.
■
Select Save Settings to NVRAM to modify the order in the Boot Manager menu, which
modifies the order that the Boot Manager attempts to boot the options.
■
The items at the bottom of the screen (shown in bold in these examples) are descriptions of
the selected option.
For example:
Change boot order. Select an Operation
EFI Shell [Built-in]
Current OS
Save Settings to NVRAM
Help
Exit
VenHw(D65A6B8C-71E5-4DF0-A909-F0D2992B5AA9)
Boot0000
Manage BootNext Setting
Use this option to run the selected boot option immediately upon entering the main Boot
Manager menu. This option is useful for booting an option that only needs to be booted once,
without changing any other setting in the main Boot Manager menu. This is a one-time
operation and does not change the permanent system boot settings.
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This option displays the file systems that are on the server and lets you browse these file systems
for applications or drivers that are executable. Executable files end with the .efi extension. You
can also select remote boot (LAN) options that have been configured on your network.
To restore the default boot next setting, select Reset BootNext Setting.
For example:
Manage BootNext setting. Select an Operation
EFI Shell [Built-in]
Current OS
Reset BootNext Setting
Save Settings to NVRAM
Help
Exit
VenHw(D65A6B8C-71E5-4DF0-A909-F0D2992B5AA9)
Boot0000
Set Auto Boot TimeOut
Use this option to set the amount of time the system pauses before attempting to launch the first
item in the Boot Options list.
For example:
Set Auto Boot Timeout. Select an Option
Set Timeout Value
Delete/Disable Timeout
Help
Exit
Interrupting the timeout during the countdown stops the Boot Manager from loading any boot
options automatically. If there is no countdown, boot options must be selected manually.
■
To set the auto boot timeout value, in seconds, select Set Timeout Value and enter the
desired value.
■
To disable the timeout function, select Delete/Disable Timeout.
NOTE: When this option is selected, the system does not automatically boot. The system stops
at the EFI boot menu and waits for user input.
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Select Active Console Output Devices
Use this option to define the devices that display output from the server console. This list
normally includes the VGA monitor and a serial console port for directing output to a terminal
emulation package.
NOTE: If you install a modem in the server, make sure you disable the modem serial console
port in both the Active Console Input and Active Console Output device lists.
NOTE: Some operating systems support multiple consoles, such as a simultaneous serial and
VGA output. See your OS documentation to determine how many consoles are supported with
the server. Multiple consoles are not supported for HP-UX or Windows (use the Smart Setup CD
to switch between COM A and the iLO MP on Windows systems).
For example:
Select the Console Output Device(s)
Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(PcAnsi)
Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100)
* Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100+)
Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(VtUtf8)
Acpi(HWP0002,700)/Pci(1|1)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(PcAnsi)
Acpi(HWP0002,700)/Pci(1|1)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100)
* Acpi(HWP0002,700)/Pci(1|1)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100+)
Acpi(HWP0002,700)/Pci(1|1)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(VtUtf8)
Acpi(HWP0002,700)/Pci(2|0)
* Acpi(HWP0003,0)/Pci(0|0)
Save Settings to NVRAM
Exit
* indicates a currently selected device.
This menu is identical to Console Error Devices. The zx6000/rx2600 does not support
different configurations for output and error console. For correct operation, do the following:
■
When changes are made to either output or error console menus, the identical change must
be made in both menus.
■
When changing serial devices, changes must be made to output, input, and error menus for
proper operation.
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To select the following:
Choose the following:
Serial Console Port A/Serial 1
Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100+)
iLO MP Serial Console
Acpi(HWP0002,700)/Pci(1|1)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100+)
iLO MP VGA Port
Acpi(HWP0002,700)/Pci(2|0)
AGP Graphics Port
Acpi(HWP0003,0)/Pci(0|0)
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Each option is identified with an EFI device path. Not all options are available, depending on
the configuration of the system and the options purchased. Device paths may differ slightly
on different product models.
■
On both serial device examples, UART 9600 indicates the current baud rate of the serial
device (can be changed with the EFI shell baud command), VenMsg Vt100+ is the current
emulation type (several different terminal emulation protocols are supported, see list above).
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Only one terminal emulation type (PcAnsi, Vt100, and so on) can be selected for each serial
console, but multiple serial consoles can be selected at a time.
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Only one VGA (graphics) device can be selected at a time. You cannot select both the iLO
MP VGA port and an AGP graphics card.
Select Active Console Input Devices
Use this option to define the devices that are used to provide input to the server console.
This option displays the console devices on the server. This normally includes a standard
keyboard and mouse, and a serial console port for receiving output from a terminal emulation
package on a laptop. Several different terminal emulation protocols are supported.
■
When changing serial devices, changes must be made to output, input, and error menus for
proper operation.
NOTE: If you install a modem in the server, make sure you disable the modem serial console
port in both the Active Console Input and the Active Console Output device lists.
NOTE: Some operating systems support multiple input devices, such as a simultaneous serial
and keyboard input. See your OS documentation to determine how many consoles are supported
with the server.
For example:
Select the Console Input Device(s)
Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(PcAnsi)
Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100)
* Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100+)
Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(VtUtf8)
* Acpi(HWP002,500)/PCI(1|1)/Usb(1,0)
Save Settings to NVRAM
Exit
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Active Input Device. Hotplug USB keyboard.
(Deselection feature disabled).
* indicates a currently selected device.
■
On server with firmware version 2.0 or higher, the USB keyboard option is always active and
cannot be deselected or disabled.
■
Each option is identified with an EFI device path. Not all options are available, depending on
the configuration of the system and the options purchased. Device paths may differ slightly
on different product models.
■
On both serial device examples, UART 9600 indicates the current baud rate of the serial
device, VenMsg Vt100+ is the current emulation type. Several different terminal emulation
protocols are supported (see list above).
■
Only one terminal emulation type (such as PcAnsi or Vt100) can be selected for each serial
console, but multiple serial consoles can be selected at a time.
To select:
Choose:
Serial A/Serial 1
Acpi(PNP0501,0)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100+)
iLO MP serial console
Acpi(HWP0002,700)/Pci(1|1)/Uart(9600 N81)/VenMsg(Vt100+)
USB keyboard
Acpi(HWP0002,0)/Pci(1|0)
Select Active Standard Error Devices
Use this option to define the devices that display error messages from the server console.
This menu is identical to Console Output Devices. The zx6000/rx2600 does not support
different configurations for Output and Error console. For correct operation, do the following:
■
When changes are made to either Output or Error console menus, the identical change must
be made in both menus.
■
When changing serial devices, changes must be made to Output, Input, and Error menus for
proper operation.
Using the System Configuration Menu
The System Configuration Menu (on servers with EFI firmware version 2.0 or higher)
includes the following options:
The Security/Password Menu lets you change the administrator and user passwords.
■ The Advanced System Information Menu displays information about system and
component configuration.
■
■
Set System Date lets you modify the system date.
■
Set System Time lets you modify the system time.
■
Reset Configuration to Default lets you restore system settings to their original
■
Help displays additional information about the available options.
■
Exit returns to the EFI startup menu.
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Security/Password Menu
You can set administrator and user passwords to provide different levels of access to the system
firmware:
■
The Administrator can access and change all settings in the EFI Boot Manager program and
can run the EFI shell.
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The User can access basic functions in the EFI Boot Manager.
NOTE: These are not OS passwords. These passwords limit access to the firmware interface
only. For information on setting OS passwords, see your OS user guide.
To add, change, or delete passwords, follow these steps:
1. Select Security/Password Menu.
2. Select either:
❏
Set Administrator Options
❏
Set User Options
3. Select:
❏
Set Administrator Password or Set User Password to set a new password
❏
Enable/disable Password to specify whether a password is required
❏
Help for assistance
4. When you are finished, select Exit.
Advanced System Configuration Menu
The Advanced System Configuration Menu displays a variety of information about the
server configuration. The following examples show typical configurations, the exact information
on each server is different.
■
All x Information
This options lists all of the information from the selections below in one screen.
■
System Information
Date/Time: May 14, 2003 13:00:43 (20:03:05:14:13:00:43)
Manufacturer: hp
Product Name: workstation zx6000
Product Number: A8081A
Serial Number: TS21600014
UUID: 31619E41-2DD2-11D7-BC2F-0735A1DF6599
System Bus Frequency: 200 MHz
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Processor Information
# of L3 L4 Family/
CPU Logical Cache Cache Model Processor
Slot CPUs Speed Size
Size (hex.)
Rev State
---- ------- -------- ------ ------ ------- --- -----------0 1
900 MHz 1.5 MB None 1F/00
B3 Active
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Cache Information
See processor information, above.
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Memory Information
---- DIMM A ----- ---- DIMM B ----DIMM Current DIMM Current
--- ------ ---------- ------ ---------0 256MB Active 256MB Active
1 256MB Active 256MB Active
Active Memory : 1024 MB
Installed Memory : 1024 MB
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Bootable Devices Information
Order Media Type Path
----- ---------- --------------------------------------1 HARDDRIVE Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Primary...
2 CDROM Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Secondary...
Seg Bus Dev Fnc Vendor Device Slot
# # # # ID ID # Path
--- --- --- --- ------ ------ --- ----------00 A0 01 00 0x1033 0x0035 XX Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(1|0)
00 A0 01 01 0x1033 0x0035 XX Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(1|1)
00 A0 01 02 0x1033 0x00E0 XX Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(1|2)
00 A0 02 00 0x1095 0x0649 XX Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(2|0)
00 A0 03 00 0x8086 0x100E XX Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(3|0)
00 A0 04 00 0x1319 0x0801 XX Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(4|0)
00 A0 04 01 0x1319 0x0802 XX Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(4|1)
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Boot Information
Monarch CPU:
Current Preferred
Monarch Monarch Possible Warnings
------- --------- ----------------0 0
AutoBoot: ON - Timeout is : 7 sec
Boottest:
BOOTTEST Settings Default Variable
OS is not speedy boot aware.
Selftest Setting
--------- -------------early_cpu Run this test
late_cpu Run this test
platform Run this test
chipset Run this test
io_hw Run this test
mem_init Run this test
mem_test Run this test
LAN Address Information:
LAN Address Path
----------------- ---------------------------------------*Mac(00306E385AFB) Acpi(HWP0002,500)/Pci(3|0)/Mac(00306E385AFB))
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Firmware Information
Firmware Revision: 2.00 [4320]
PAL_A Revision: 7.31/7.31
PAL_B Revision: 7.40
SAL Spec Revision: 3.01
SAL_A Revision: 2.00
SAL_B Revision: 2.00
EFI Spec Revision: 1.10
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EFI Intel Drop Revision: 14.61
EFI Build Revision: 1.22
POSSE Revision: 0.10
ACPI Revision: 7.00
BMC Revision 1.50
IPMI Revision: 1.00
SMBIOS Revision: 2.3.2a
Management Processor Revision:
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Warning and Stop Boot Information
Blank unless system faults have been identified. See Chapter 4, “Troubleshooting.”
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Chip Revision Information
Chip Logical Device Chip
Type ID ID Revision
------------------- ------- ------ -------Memory Controller 0 122b 0023
Root Bridge 0 1229 0023
Host Bridge 0000 122e 0032
Host Bridge 0004 122e 0032
Host Bridge 0005 122e 0032
Host Bridge 0006 122e 0032
Other Bridge 0 0 0002
Other Bridge 0 0 0007
Baseboard MC 0 0 0150
Using the Security/Password Menu
The Security/Password Menu (on servers with EFI firmware version 1.9 or lower) is
identical to the security/password submenu of the System Configuration Menu.
Resetting Passwords
If you forget a password, you can reset it with an iLO MP command.
To reset a password, follow these steps:
■
If the server has an iLO MP card:
To reset the administrator and user passwords, run the iLO MP card bp command.
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If the server does not have an iLO MP card, you must reset the passwords using a jumper on
the system board:
a. Power off the server and unplug the ac power cord.
b. Place a jumper between pins 7 and 8 on J96 on the system board behind the battery.
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Password Reset Jumper
c. Plug in the ac power cord and wait for the BMC heartbeat LED on the system board to
start blinking green. This should take about five seconds from the time you plug in the
power cord.
d. Unplug the ac power cord again.
e. Remove the jumper.
f.
Plug in the power cord.
g. Boot the server. The passwords have been cleared. Follow the instructions above to set
new server passwords.
h. Store the server in a secure location and keep the server case locked at all times to protect
against unauthorized access.
iLO Management Processor
The Integrated Lights-Out Management Processor (iLO MP) for entry-level Integrity servers is
an autonomous management subsystem embedded directly on the server. It is the foundation of
the server’s High Availability (HA), embedded server, and fault management. It also provides
system administrators secure remote management capabilities regardless of server status or
location. The iLO MP is available whenever the system is connected to a power source, even if
the server main power switch is in the off position.
HP has used several different names over the years to describe the management functionality
embedded in their servers, including “the management processor.” In addition, HP uses the term
“management processor” to refer to any embedded microprocessor that manages a system.
Management processor is a descriptive term (such as “server”), and iLO, is a brand name, or
label (such as “Integrity”).
Remote access is the key to maximizing efficiency of administration and troubleshooting for
enterprise servers. Integrity servers have been designed so all administrative functions that can be
performed locally on the machine, can also be performed remotely. iLO enables remote access to
the operating system console, control over the server’s power and hardware reset functionality,
and works with the server to enable remote network booting through a variety of methods. For
complete information on the iLO MP, see the HP Integrity and HP 9000 Integrated Lights-Out
Management Processor Operations Guide.
For more information on the iLO MP, see the HP Integrity and HP 9000 iLO MP Operations
Guide on the web at:
http://www.docs.hp.com
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iLO MP Card I/O
The iLO MP card contains a processor and I/O hardware that act as an autonomous embedded
device for controlling the server console, reset, and power management functions.
NOTE: This section assumes that the iLO MP card is installed in the server. To determine if the
card is installed, look at the back panel of the server. You will see a 25-pin serial console port if
the iLO MP card is installed.
Two major functions of the iLO MP card are remote and local manageability. The iLO MP card
contains the management processor which monitors server status and can control various aspects
of the server operation, such as power, resets, software/firmware upgrades, and cooling. The iLO
MP card manageability hardware operates on standby power, independently of the on-off state of
the rest of the server.
The iLO MP uses the following external memory: 8 MB DRAM, 8 MB Flash and 512 KB of
NVRAM. A power monitor and watchdog timer reset the processor if standby power is out of
specification or the processor is inactive for a set amount of time. The processor also uses a 25
MHz clock.
The I/O and memory controller chip is connected to the iLO MP card’s I/O bus interface by rope
number seven of the system bus. The iLO MP card consists of the following components:
■
I/O bus interface
■
VGA controller with 16 MB of DDR SDRAM for a video buffer
■
MP with:
❏
Three RS-232 serial console ports
❏
Four I2C ports
❏
10/100 BT LAN
❏
16-bit GPIO interface
■
Management Processor DRAM, flash memory and battery backed NVSRAM
■
I2C battery backed real time clock
■
I2C field replaceable unit EEPROM
■
I2C 8K serial EEPROM
■
System reset logic
The iLO MP card includes these I/O components:
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■
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System serial console ports:
❏
Three RS-232 serial console ports can be accessed through one three-connector cable
(A6144-63001, dongle) when this cable is connected to the DB25 connector located on
the backplane of the server. This cable provides for three DB9 connectors for console,
modem and UPS.
❏
The iLO MP card serial ports can be configured to redirect server console and session
communications to the RS-232 lines (local port) and a modem (remote port).
VGA controller. The 2D VGA graphics controller console port is provided on a DB15F
connector. Also, Serial Flash memory with VGA BIOS and a 16 MB video buffer (DDR
SDRAM) is included with the VGA controller.
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PCI interface. The PCI interface connects the PCI bus with the iLO MP. This interface
emulates three 16550-style UARTs and part of the iLO MP card.
■
I2C bus. The I2C bus of the iLO MP provides communication with the BMC.
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Service LAN. Network access is provided by a 10/100 BT LAN connection on a RJ-45
connector and its associated LEDs, which are located on the iLO MP card. An I2C 8K serial
EEPROM supports MAC address storage.
NOTE: The iLO MP card can be installed on servers with or without an AGP graphics card. If an
AGP graphics card is not installed, the iLO MP card VGA port serves as the EFI console and the
OS monitor. If an AGP graphics card is installed, the AGP graphics card serves as the EFI
console and the OS monitor.
Accessing the iLO MP
You can access the iLO MP card and enter iLO MP commands using any of the following:
■
Serial console port
■
LAN connection
■
Modem connected to RS-232 port
NOTE: The iLO MP screens and commands vary depending on the iLO MP firmware version
installed on the server. The iLO MP firmware revision number is listed on the iLO MP login
screen. Make note of the version number before proceeding.
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Accessing the iLO MP Using the Serial Console Port
To enter iLO MP command mode using the serial console port, follow these steps:
1. Connect the server to a remove device:
a. Connect the 25-pin end of a serial cable to the iLO MP card 25-pin serial console port,
on the rear panel of the server.
b. Connect the console connector on the serial cable to your remote device.
2. Configure the terminal emulation software with these settings:
❏
Terminal emulation: VT100+
❏
Baud rate: 9600
NOTE: The EFI baud command does not change the iLO MP card serial console port speed.
❏
Bits: 8
❏
Parity: None
❏
Stop Bits: 1 (one)
❏
Flow Control: None
3. Using the terminal emulation software, connect to the server with a direct connection.
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4. Plug in the server. Do not power on the server. Wait for the iLO MP login to display on the
terminal screen.
Accessing the iLO MP Using the iLO MP LAN Port
If you have not already configured your iLO MP LAN port, do so now:
1. Using a telnet client, log on to the system with the hostname provided by your network
administrator.
NOTE: All IP addresses and hostnames should be provided by your network administrator.
For example:
C:\> telnet MP_Hostname
2. Wait for the iLO MP login to display on the telnet screen.
Configuring the iLO MP LAN Port
Before you can run iLO MP commands through a LAN connection, you must configure the LAN
settings on the iLO MP card using a console serial console port connection:
1. Enter iLO MP command mode using a serial console port.
Run the LAN configuration (LC) command. The LAN Configuration screen for the server
iLO MP firmware revision displays.
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.10: the screen includes a summary of your current LAN settings
and a prompt:
LC
This command enables you to modify the LAN configuration.
Current configuration:
IP Address
: 127.0.0.0
MP Host Name
: myhost
Subnet Mask
: 200.0.0.0
Gateway
: 127.0.1.0
Web Console Port Number : 2023
Do you want to modify the LAN configuration? (Y/[N])
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher: the screen contains a menu including your current
LAN configuration settings:
LC
At each prompt you may type DEFAULT to set default configuration
or Q to Quit
Current LAN Configuration:
-- MAC Address
: 0x00306e1ee0dd
I - IP Address
: 127.0.0.0
H - MP Host Name
: uninitialized
M - Subnet Mask
: 255.255.255.0
G - Gateway Address
:
L - Link State
: Auto Negotiate
W - Web Console Port Number : 2023
Enter Parameter(s) to change, A to modify All, or [Q] to Quit:
2. To modify the LAN settings, follow the prompts on the screen:
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IP Address
❏
MP Host name
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Subnet, Gateway
❏
Web Console Port Number
❏
LAN hardware configuration (optional)
The Link State controls the speed at which the iLO MP card communicates with the
network.
◆
Select auto-negotiate to enable the server to make the fastest possible connection.
The iLO MP card also negotiates to half or full duplex. This is the default,
recommended in most cases.
◆
Select 10BaseT to force the iLO MP card to operate at the slower 10BaseT speed if
necessary for your network configuration. For example, if your network contains
both 10BaseT and 100BaseT connections, and you want the server to communicate
with the other 10BaseT connections, you must force it to operate at the slower speed.
NOTE: If you force the iLO MP card to operate at 10BaseT speed, it also operates at half duplex.
Make sure that your switch or hub is also in half duplex mode.
You can do the following in all options:
❏
To change the setting, enter the appropriate information and press Enter.
❏
To confirm your selections, enter Y and press Enter at the confirmation prompt.
3. To reset the iLO MP card, run the xd command. The following displays, depending on the
server iLO MP firmware revision.
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.10:
xd
Non destructive tests:
1. Parameters checksum
2. I2C access (get Power Monitor status)
3. LAN access (PING)
4. Modem selftests
5. Secondary I2C access (get System status)
Type R to reset the MP or [Q] to quit the diagnostic menu.
-> Choice:
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher:
XD
Diagnostics Menu:
Non destructive tests:
P - Parameter checksum
I - I2C access (get Power Monitor Status)
L - LAN access (PING)
M - Modem selftests
Destructive tests:
R - Restart the MP
Enter menu item or [Q] to Quit:
4. Select option 3 or L to ping the LAN and verify the LAN settings are correctly configured.
5. To reset the iLO MP card, enter R and press Enter. (If prompted, enter Y and press Enter to
confirm the reset.)
Wait for the status message to clear:
The MP is now being reset...
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6. Close your terminal emulation program. You can now telnet to this server from another
remote server.
Accessing the iLO MP Using a Modem
NOTE: To enable or disable the modem port, or give switch modem control between the iLO
MP and the OS, do the following:
■ iLO MP firmware E.02.10: use the ER command
■ iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher: use the SA command
To enter iLO MP command mode using a modem, follow these steps:
1. Log into the iLO MP using a serial or LAN connection and configure the modem using the
CA command:
❏
Baud rates: Input and output data rates are the same.
❏
Flow control: Hardware uses RTS/CTS; Software uses Xon/Xoff.
❏
Terminal type: HPterm
❏
Transmit configuration strings: Disable this setting whenever the modem being used is
not compatible with the supported modem.
❏
Modem presence: When the modem may not always be connected, set this parameter to
not always connected. For example: A modem attached through a switch. In this mode,
no dial-out functions are allowed and paging is not possible.
❏
Modem protocol: CCITT is a European standard; RTS/CTS signaling is used, as well as
the Ring signal. Bell is a U.S. or simple mode.
2. Configure the modem and dial-up software on your remote computer to match the settings on
the iLO MP card.
3. Dial-in using the procedures required by your dial-up software.
4. Wait for the iLO MP login to display on the screen.
Logging In to the iLO MP Card Interface
To log in to the iLO MP card interface, follow these steps:
1. Access the iLO MP login screen and take note of the firmware version number listed:
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.10: press Ctrl-B to access the iLO MP login screen.
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Type Ctrl-B to activate the MP Command Interface
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher: the iLO MP card boots directly to the iLO MP
command mode login screen.
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MP login:
NOTE: To switch between the iLO MP card and EFI console with iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or
higher, do the following:
■ If you are at the EFI console, press Ctrl-B to access the iLO MP login screen.
■ If you are at the iLO MP command prompt, run the CO command to enter EFI console
mode.
2. Log in. The login options depend on your iLO MP firmware revision:
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.10: there are no default iLO MP users. If you have not yet
created iLO MP users, press Enter at the login and password prompts for initial access.
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher: two default users exist:
◆
Administrator: login Admin, password Admin
◆
Operator: login Oper, password Oper
3. If you have not yet created iLO MP users, enter a default ID and password at the login and
password prompts and press Enter for initial access.
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MP login:
MP password:
To ensure server security, HP recommends that the system administrator do one of the following:
■ Disable all remote access to the iLO MP including telnet, web, and remote modem
access using the SA command, or use the UC command to configure iLO MP users:
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.10: Add a user with a unique password on servers
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher: Add a user with a unique password on servers and
delete the default users
Depending on your iLO MP firmware revision, either the command prompt or the menu displays.
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.10: the iLO MP command mode prompt displays:
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System Name: fstl3a
******************************************************************
MP ACCESS IS NOT SECURE
MP users are currently configured and remote access is enabled.
Set up a user with a password (see SO command)
OR
Disable all types of remote access (see EL and ER commands)
************************************************************
MP Host Name: fstl3a
MP>
❏
iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher, the main menu displays:
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MP Host Name: iaslhpfc
Revision E.02.11
**************************************************************
MP ACCESS IS NOT SECURE
Default MP users are currently configured and
remote access is enabled.
Modify default users passwords or delete
default users (see UC command)
OR
Disable all types of remote access (see SA command)
**************************************************************
MP MAIN MENU:
CO: Consoles
VFP: Virtual Front Panel
CM: Command Menu
CL: Console Logs
SL: Show Event Logs
CSP: Connect to Service Processor
SE: Create Local Session
HE: Main Help Menu
X: Exit Connection
MP Host Name: iaslhpfc
MP>
4. You can now enter individual commands.
❏
To run an individual command on servers with iLO MP firmware E.02.10, follow these
steps:
a. Enter the command at the iLO MP command prompt.
b. Press Enter to run the command.
❏
To run an individual command on servers with iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher,
follow these steps:
a. To access the command menu prompt, run the CM command.
b. Enter the command at the prompt.
c. To run the command, press Enter.
Using the iLO MP Commands
The following sections provide a brief overview of the available commands. For detailed
information, run the he command.
The iLO MP Help menu displays:
==== MP Help ======================================================
MP Help System
Enter a command at the help prompt:
OVerview : Launch the help overview
LIst
: Show the list of MP commands
<COMMAND>
: Enter the command name for help on individual
command
TOPics
: Show all MP Help topics and commands
HElp
: Display this screen
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Q
: Quit help
====
MP HELP: <selection>
Enter a command name for syntax and options for that command.
Running Commands from Menus
To run commands from the iLO MP menus, follow these steps:
1. Enter the letter designating the command on the menu and press Enter.
2. To complete the command, follow the prompts on the screen.
For example, here is the menu for the LAN Configuration (lc) command:
LC
At each prompt you may type
Q to Quit
Current LAN Configuration:
-- MAC Address
I - IP Address
H - MP Host Name
M - Subnet Mask
G - Gateway Address
L - Link State
W - Web Console Port Number
DEFAULT to set default configuration or
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
0x00306e1ee0dd
127.0.0.0
uninitialized
255.255.255.0
Auto Negotiate
2023
Enter Parameter(s) to change, A to modify All, or [Q] to Quit:
Executing Commands from the Command Line
To run a command from the command line, follow these steps:
1. Enter the command and any parameters at the prompt. For example:
MP> MPcommand -parameter1 value1 -parameter2 value2 ... [-nc]
2. To run the command, press Enter.
Command Syntax
The iLO MP command syntax is UNIX style; that is, each parameter starts with -. For example:
■
-nc (no confirmation) is optional. If -nc is included at the end of the command line, the
command is run without asking for confirmation. If -nc is not included, a confirmation
prompt is displayed.
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-? (MP command-specific help) is optional. If you type -? by itself with the command, help
on the command displays. If you use the command incorrectly, the help displays in addition
to an error message.
To set the default value of a parameter, a predefined value is used. This is the word DEFAULT.
■
To set all parameters to their default value, a special parameter -all is used. For example:
MPcommand -all DEFAULT
■
For multi-level commands with sub-menus, you can set a specific level to the default values.
You must be familiar with the operation of the commands and know the level you want to
skip to. For example:
MPcommand -level DEFAULT
where -level is the number of the level you wish to reset.
To determine if a given command is multilevel, you can either:
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run it from a command-menu interface, or
❏
review the command line help for that command
One example of a multilevel command is the CA serial-port configuration command:
MP:CM> ca
This command allows you to modify the local and remote modem serial
port configurations. Note that terminal type is set simultaneously
for all ports. At each prompt you may type DEFAULT to set default
configuration or Q to Quit
Local and Remote Serial Port Configuration Menu:
D - Display Local/Remote Serial Port Configuration
L - Modify Local Serial Port Configuration
R - Modify Remote/Modem Serial Port Configuration
T - Modify Terminal type
Enter menu item or [Q] to Quit: q
MP Host Name: gstlhpd6
MP:CM> ca -r default
New Remote/Modem Serial Port Configuration (* modified values):
* Bit Rate in bits/sec
: 19200
* Flow Control
: Software
* Modem Presence
: Always connected
* Modem Protocol
: CCITT
* Transmit Configuration Strings : Enabled
Confirm? (Y/[N]):
In this example, the CA command sets the following:
◆
◆
All parameters to the default settings, run: CA -all default
Specific level such as remote or local port configuration to the default, run CA
-remote default or CA -local default
■
You also can set some parameters to defaults, and others to specified values. For example:
MPcommand -parameter1 value -parameter2 DEFAULT
Command Descriptions
Main Menu Commands
Main Menu commands are run from the following:
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Main Menu prompt of the iLO MP interface with iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher
Command
Description
CO
Consoles
VFP
Virtual Front Panel
CM
Command Menu
CL
Console Logs
CSP
Connect to Service Processor (local/remote ports only)
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Description
SE
OS Session (local/remote ports only)
SL
Show Event Logs
HE
MP Help Menu
X
Exit MP Interface
Command Categories
There are six categories of iLO MP commands:
■
ST — Status commands
■
SC — Server control commands
■
C — General iLO MP configuration commands
■
P — iLO MP port configuration commands
■
Cx — Connections commands
The commands in these categories are described in the following sections.
Status Commands
Status commands provide status on the server and on the iLO MP card.
Command
Description
DATE
Display date
DF
Display field replaceable unit information
LS
LAN status
MS
Status of the modem
PS
Power management module status
SR or SYSREV
Display all firmware revisions
SS
Server processor status
Server Control Commands
Server control commands alter the state of the server.
Command
Description
BP
Reset BMP passwords
LOC
Locator LED status
MR
Modem reset
PC
Remote power control
PR
Power restore policy configuration
RB
Reset BMC
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Command
Description
RS
System reset from RST signal
TC
Transfer of control; system reset through INIT signal
General iLO MP Configuration Commands
General configuration commands enable you to perform general configuration tasks, such as
configuring automatic system restart and setting the default configuration.
Command
Description
CG
Generate RSA key pair of self-signed certificate
DC
Default configuration
FW
Upgrade the iLO MP firmware
ID
System identification
IT
Inactivity timeout settings
SO
Configure security options
UC
User configuration
XD
Diagnostics or reset of iLO MP
iLO MP Port Configuration Commands
Port configuration commands enable you to configure LAN/WEB, remote/modem, and local
ports.
NOTE: If you are not connecting anything to a port, hardware flow control should be off.
Command
Description
Serial Port Configuration
CA
Configure serial ports
SA
Enable/disable remote and modem access
PG
Paging parameter setup
LAN Configuration
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Enable/disable LAN and web access
LC
LAN configuration menu
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Connections Commands
Connections commands provide a means for examining and making connections or changing
modes.
Command
Description
DI
Disconnect remote or LAN connection
TE
Send message to other user
WHO
Display a list of connected users43
Baseboard Management Controller
This section explains the Base Management Controller (BMC) command-line interface.
Accessing the BMC
To log in to the BMC command line interface, use a serial connection and terminal emulation
software, and follow these steps:
NOTE: The default terminal emulation type is VT100+. Terminal emulation for the BMC cannot
be changed. The default baud rate is 9600. This setting can be changed from the EFI Boot
Options Maintenance Menu.
1. With the server powered off, connect a null-modem cable to the serial console port 1 on the
rear panel of the server, and to your remote device.
2. Configure the terminal emulation software with the following settings:
❏
Baud rate: 9600
❏
Bits: 8
❏
Parity: None
❏
Stop Bits: 1 (one)
❏
Flow Control: XON/XOFF
3. Using the terminal emulation, connect to the server with a direct connection.
4. Power on the server. The EFI menu displays in the terminal window.
5. To access the BMC command line interface, press: Esc (
For example, on a U.S. QWERTY keyboard, press Esc, then press Shift and 9 at the same
time.
NOTE: If ac power is connected to the server, this command activates the BMC command line
interface even if the server power is off.
6. If prompted, enter the user or admin password at the login prompt:
login>
(You are not prompted for a password if none has been defined.)
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7. The BMC prompt displays. If you entered the admin password, you have full access. If you
entered the user password, you have restricted access.
Admin Session Initiated
cli>
or
User Session Initiated
cli>
Using the BMC Command Line Interface (CLI)
The BMC supports the industry-standard Intelligent Platform Management Interface
specification (IPMI 1.0 with Extensions). This specification describes the management features
that are built into the system board. These features include:
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Diagnostics (local and remote)
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Console support
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Configuration management
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Hardware management
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Troubleshooting
There are two categories of BMC commands:
■
Simple commands
■
IPMI commands
This section provides a brief overview of the available commands. For detailed information, see
the Intel web site at:
http://www.intel.com/design/servers/ipmi
Executing BMC Commands
To run BMC commands at the command prompt, follow these steps:
1. Enter the command and any required parameters after the cli> prompt.
Use the Backspace key to correct mistakes.
2. To run the command, press Enter.
Logging Out of the BMC Command Line Interface
When you are finished using the BMC CLI, follow these steps:
1. If you have a system password set, to log out of the BMC without returning to the server
console, run the following commands:
Q
The BMC login prompt displays:
login>
2. To log out of the BMC and return to the server console, press Esc Q (press Esc, then press
Shift and Q at the same time).
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Simple Commands
Simple IPMI commands enable you to control the BMC interface, view logs, get help, and
change your password.
To run simple BMC commands, follow these steps:
1. Enter the command followed by any required options. (The table below describes the simple
commands.)
2. Press Enter.
3. If prompted for additional information, enter the information and press Enter. For example:
cli> c
Type the new password> ****
Retype the new password> ****
New password confirmed.
cli>
Command Syntax Options
Mode Description
C
Prompts user for User
new password
Enables a user to change the password.
FPL
N/A
User
Reads the forward progress log. This log is
encoded and can be used by HP support
representatives.
H
N/A
User
Displays a list of BMC commands.
INFO
N/A
User
Displays the BMC firmware revision.
LOC [0, 1]
0=off
1=on
User
Turns the system locator LED on or off.
P [0, 1]
0=off
1=on
User
Forces server power on or off; does not shut
down using OS procedures. If you do not enter a
parameter, it displays the current power state.
Q
N/A
User
Logs out a user; does not close the BMC session.
RS
N/A
User
Resets the system.
SD
N/A
User
Displays the SDR repository. This data is
encoded according to the IPMI spec and can be
used by HP support representatives.
SE
N/A
User
Displays system event log (SEL). This log is
encoded and can be used by HP support
representatives.
IPMI Commands
IPMI commands enable you to communicate with and configure various components of the
server. IPMI commands are available only to users with Admin level access.
CAUTION: DO NOT run BMC IPMI commands unless you are experienced with the IPMI specification. If
you make mistakes running these commands, you can accidentally delete or modify data and cause the
server to operate unpredictably or fail to operate.
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All IPMI commands require a sequence of hex codes used as parameters. Each command may
include some or all of the following parameters:
■
Network Function and Lun (NetFnLun). The NetFn parameter identifies the message
category. The LUN value is always 0.
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Command. The messages specified in this document contain a one-byte command field.
Commands within each category are unique. Command values can range from 00h through
FDh. FEh is reserved for future extension of the specification, and FFh is reserved for
message interface level error reporting on potential future interfaces.
■
Data. The Data field carries the additional parameters for a request or a response, if any.
The IPMI commands can be entered in long or short forms. The associated response from the
BMC matches the form of the command.
For example:
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Short format, or ipmi, command:
❏
Syntax:
ipmi NetFnLun Cmd Data1 Data2 ... DataN
❏
Sample command and system response:
cli> ipmi 18 04
00 55 00
cli>
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Long format, or i, command:
❏
Syntax:
i 0 NetFnLun 0 0 0 Cmd Data1 Data2 ... DataN 0
❏
Sample command and system response:
cli> i 20 18 C8 f0 04 04 08
F0 1C F4 20 04 04 00 55 00 83
cli>
Long format IPMI commands (“I”) use an ASCII transcription of the IPMI data format. The
following examples illustrate how IPMI commands and responses are structured.
NOTE: All non-command bytes can be replaced with 0.
Long Format IPMI Command Data Structure Example
Bits
7-2
Byte
1-0
rsSa = 0x20
NetFn = 0x07
rsLUN = 0x00
0x18
Checksum = 0xC8
0xC8
rqSWID = 0xF0
0xF0
rqSeq = 0x01
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0x20
rqLUN = 0x00
0x04
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Bits
Byte
7-2
1-0
Cmd = 0x04
0x04
Checksum = 0x08
0x08
Long Format IPMI Response Data Structure Example
Bits
Byte
7-2
1-0
rqSWID = 0xF0
NetFn = 0x07
0xF0
rsLUN = 0x00
0x1C
Checksum = 0xF4
0xF4
rsSA = 0x20
0x20
rqSeq = 0x01
rsLUN = 0x00
0x04
Cmd = 0x04
0x04
Data byte 1 = 0x00 (completion code)
0x00
Data byte 2 = 0x55 (result = no error)
0x55
Data byte 3 = 0x00 (details)
0x00
Checksum = 0x83
0x83
The BMC supports the version 1.0 IPMI categories and commands listed in the following tables.
For detailed information on the IPMI specification and commands, see the Intel web site at:
http://www.intel.com/design/servers/ipmi
Command Categories
NetFn
NetFn << 2
Description
00, 01
00, 04
Chassis
04, 05
10, 14
Sensor/Event (S/E)
06, 07
18, 1C
Application
0A, 0B
28, 2C
Storage
32, 33
C8, CC
HP Custom (proprietary)
Chassis Commands
Command
Description
01h
Get chassis status
02h
Chassis control
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Command
Description
0Fh
Get power-on hours (POH) counter
06h
Set power restore policy
Sensor/Event Commands
Command
Description
01h
Get event receiver
02h
Platform event (a.k.a. “Event Message”)
28h
Set sensor event enable
29h
Get sensor event enable
2Ah
Re-arm sensor events
2Dh
Get sensor reading
Application Commands
Command
Description
IPM Device “Global” Commands
01h
Get device ID
02h
Cold reset
03h
Warm reset
04h
Get self test results
Broadcast Commands
01h
Broadcast ‘Get Device ID’
System Interface Commands
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2Eh
Set BMC global enables
2Fh
Get BMC global enables
30h
Clear message flags
31h
Get message flags
32h
Enable message channel receive
33h
Get message
34h
Send message
35h
Read event message buffer
36h
Get BT interface capabilities
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Command
Description
BMC Watchdog Timer Commands
22h
Reset watchdog timer
24h
Set watchdog timer
25h
Get watchdog timer
Storage Commands
Command
Description
SEL Commands
40h
Get SEL info
41h
Get SEL allocation info
42h
Reserve SEL
43h
Get SEL entry
44h
Add SEL entry
47h
Clear SEL
48h
Get SEL time
49h
Set SEL time
SDR Repository Commands
20h
Get SDR repository info
21h
Get SDR repository allocation info
22h
Reserve SDR repository
23h
Get SDR
28h
Get SDR repository time
29h
Set SDR repository time
FRU Inventory Device Commands
10h
Get FRU inventory area info
11h
Read FRU inventory data
12h
Write FRU inventory data
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Firmware Upgrades
To ensure you have the latest version of the firmware running on the server, download the latest
version of the firmware from the Web, and create a CD to install the firmware on the server.
You can update firmware by using the HP Firmware Manager (HP FM). HP FM is a set of tools
for updating firmware on an HP Integrity system. HP FM is packaged with the firmware and
distributed through the web. HP FM provides two methods of updating firmware. The method to
use depends on whether or not the operating system is running on the system:
HP OS-Initiated Firmware Manager (HP OSIFM) – Use HP OSIFM if the HP-UX or Linux
operating system is running. HP OSIFM provides a firmware package in a patch or product file
for HP-UX and a Smart Component for Linux. You download the patch, product, or Smart
Component to a system and then use the operating system to update the firmware.
HP Offline Firmware Manager (HP OFM) – Use HP OFM if the operating system is not running
or to update the firmware for a device in the boot path. HP OFM provides a firmware package as
an .ISO image that you download to a system to create a CD. You then use the CD to boot the
system and update the firmware.
For more information about downloading and updating firmware using FM, see the HP Firmware
Manager User’s Guide under the System Firmware section of the HP Technical Documentation
Web site at:
http://www.docs.hp.com/en/hw.html#System%20Firmware
4. Download, unpack, and install the firmware upgrade.
5. Run the info fw EFI command to confirm that the upgrade was successful.
Downloading the Latest Version of the Firmware
to download the latest version of the firmware from the web, follow these steps:
1. Go to http://www.hp.com/go/bizsupport.
2. Select download drivers and software.
3. Select Itanium-based servers from the Server category.
4. Select your product from the servers listed.
5. Select your operating system.
6. Select the firmware category you want to download.
7. Download the firmware to a CD.
Installing the Latest Version of the Firmware On the Server
to install the latest version the firmware on the server, follow these steps:
1. Start a server console session.
2. Insert the CD with the copy of the latest version of the firmware.
3. Using the EFI Boot Manager menu, boot to the drive that contains the CD with the updated
firmware.
4. Follow the instructions to update the firmware.
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This chapter addresses the following topics:
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“Location of Internal Components and Connectors” (page 61)
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“Remove or Replace Prerequisites” (page 64)
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“Server Covers and Bezel” (page 65)
■
“Removing and Replacing Hot-Swappable and Hot-Pluggable Devices” (page 71)
■
“Removing and Replacing Internal Components” (page 76)
Location of Internal Components and Connectors
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14
13
2
12
3
11
10
4
9
5
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Internal Physical Layout (front of server at bottom of photo)
1 Power receptacles (PWR1 left, PWR2 right)
9 Hard disk lock
2 HP zx1 memory and I/O controller
10 Memory fan(s)
3 Airflow guide
11 PCI fan
4 System fans (1A right, 1B left)
12 Intrusion switch
5 Slimline optical drive
13 Memory slots
6 Power supplies
(PSU1 center, PSU2 under optical drive)
14 PCI/AGP cage
7 Status panel board
15 iLO MP card
(optional)
8 Hot-swappable hard drives (up to 3)
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22
1
2
21
20
19
3
18
4
5
17
6
7
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
System Board Connectors and Slots (front of server at bottom of photo)
1 External SCSI connector
13 Status panel connector
2 SCSI connectors A & B
14 Control and standby power connector
3 Processor power Pod(s)
15 SCSI backplane power connector
4 CPU1 (empty socket)
16 PCI/Memory fan cable connector
5 CPU0 (processor under Turbo Fan)
17 PCI/AGP backplane connector
6 Turbo fan power connectors
18 Optical drive connector
7 Five VRM cards
19 iLO MP card connector
8 Battery
20 HP zx1 I/O adapter
9 System fan connector
21 Serial ports (2)
10 Main power connector
22 USB connectors (4)
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11 HP zx1Memory and I/O Controller (under heatsink)
23 LAN Connectors (2)
12 Memory Slots
Remove or Replace Prerequisites
Before you remove or replace parts, you must do the following:
■
Read the power and EMI warning and note below.
■
Gather your tools.
■
Follow electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions.
Read the Power and EMI Warning and Note
WARNING: For most of the installation and removal procedures in this chapter, you must:
1.
Power off the server.
2.
Unplug the server power cord from the ac power outlet.
WARNING: Some parts inside the server are hot. Wait approximately three to five minutes for them to
cool down before touching them.
CAUTION: To maintain FCC Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) compliance, verify that all covers are
replaced and that all screws are properly seated.
NOTE: HP has a strong commitment toward the environment. Your HP server is designed to
respect the environment as much as possible. HP can also return your old server for recycling
when it reaches the end of its useful life. HP has a product take-back program in several
countries. The collected equipment is sent to an HP recycling facilities in Europe or the U.S.A.
As many parts as possible are reused. The remainder is recycled. Special care is taken for
batteries and other potentially toxic substances, these are reduced into non-harmful components
through special chemical processes. If you require more details about the HP product take-back
program, contact your local dealer or your nearest HP Sales Office.
Gather Your Tools
You need the following:
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Flat blade screwdriver
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T-15 Torx driver
■
Special processor tool (HP part number A7231-67046)
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Static-free mat
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Follow Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions
To prevent damage to the server, observe all of the following ESD precautions while performing
the server parts removal or replacement procedures:
■
Work on a static-free mat.
■
Wear a static strap to ensure that any accumulated electrostatic charge is discharged from
your body to the ground.
■
Create a common ground for the equipment you are working on by connecting the static-free
mat, static strap, and peripheral units to that piece of equipment.
■
Keep uninstalled printed circuit boards in their protective antistatic bags.
■
Handle printed circuit boards by their edges once you have removed them from their
protective antistatic bags.
Server Covers and Bezel
To upgrade, remove, or replace most server components, you must first remove the covers from
the server chassis. This section explains how to remove and replace the covers for both pedestal
and rack-mount configurations.
WARNING: Do not remove the server covers without first powering the server off and unplugging the
power cord from the outlet or Power Protection Device unless you are only replacing a hot-swappable fan.
Always replace the covers before powering the server on.
Pedestal-Mount Server
To access the internal components on a pedestal-mount server, you must remove the left-side
cover and the top cover.
Removing the Side and Top Covers on a Pedestal-Mount Server
WARNING: Never remove the server side cover without first disconnecting the power cord from the
power outlet and removing any connection to a telecommunications network. If a Power Protection Device
is fitted to your server, you must power off the server using the power button and remove the power cord
before removing the server side cover. Remove the Power Protection Device cables before any servicing
operation. Always replace the side cover before powering the server on again.
To remove the side cover, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server and disconnect the power cable and all other cables from the back of the
server.
NOTE: If you are removing only a hot-swappable fan or a hot-plug hard drive, you can leave the
server on and the power cables connected.
2. Remove the side cover.
d. Grasp both indentations at the top of the side cover and pull outward.
e. Lift the side cover off of the server chassis.
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Removing the Left-side Cover
3. Remove the top cover:
a. Turn the top cover lock keyswitch is in the unlocked position.
b. Rotate the blue release handle to release the latch.
c. Slide the cover toward the back of the chassis and lift the cover off.
Removing the Top Cover
CAUTION: The zx6000 and rx2600 servers depend on the access panels for proper cooling of internal
components. Operating the server with the side cover removed can cause the server to quickly overheat.
Replacing the Top and Side Covers on a Pedestal-Mount Server
This section shows how to replace the top and side covers.
CAUTION: Secure any wires or cables in your server so they do not get cut or interfere with the
replacement of the covers.
To replace the top cover, follow these steps:
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1. Replace the top cover:
a. Align the front edge of the top cover with the alignment mark on the optical drive bay.
Top Cover Alignment Mark
b. Place the top cover on the chassis and slide it toward the front of the server until the blue
release lever snaps in place.
Replacing the Top Cover
To replace the side cover, follow these steps:
2. Replace the side cover:
a. Align the side cover mounting holes with the matching tabs on the server chassis.
b. Close the cover until it snaps onto the server chassis.
Replacing the Side Cover
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Removing the Front Bezel
You must remove the front bezel from the chassis to upgrade, remove, or replace the power
supplies or the optical drive.
To remove the front bezel, follow these steps:
1. Firmly grasp the finger grip at the top of the bezel and pull forward until the bezel snaps
open.
2. Lift the bezel off of the chassis.
Replacing the Front Bezel
To replace the front bezel, follow these steps:
1. Insert the bezel’s latches into the matching slots on the server chassis.
2. Close the bezel and push toward the front of the server until it snaps into place.
2
1
Aligning the Front Bezel
Rack-Mount Server
To access the internal components on a rack-mounted server, pull the server out on the rail guides
and remove the top cover.
Removing the Top Cover on a Rack-Mount Server
To remove the top cover, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server and disconnect the power cable and all other cables from the back of the
server.
NOTE: If you are removing only a hot-swappable system fan or a hot-plug hard drive, you can
leave the server on and the power cables connected.
2. Release the rack latches by rotating them outward.
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Releasing the Rack Latches
3. Slide the server out of the rack until the guide-rail release clips are visible.
Guide-rail Release Clips
4. Ensure the top cover lock keyswitch is in the unlocked position.
5. Rotate the blue release lever toward the back of the server and slide the top cover toward the
back of the server.
6. Lift the top cover off the server chassis.
Removing the Top Cover
Replacing the Top Cover on a Rack-Mount Server
CAUTION: Secure any wires or cables in your server so they do not get cut or interfere with the
replacement of the top cover.
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To replace the top cover, follow these steps:
1. Align the front edge of the top cover with the alignment mark on the optical drive bay.
Top Cover Alignment Mark
2. Grasp the blue release lever and slide the top cover toward the front of the server until the
lever snaps into place.
Replacing the Top Cover
3. Slide the server into the rack enclosure and reconnect the power cables.
Removing the Front Bezel
You must remove the front bezel from the chassis to upgrade, remove, or replace the power
supplies or the optical drive.
To remove the front bezel, follow these steps
1. Press in on the retaining clips located on the right-side of the front panel.
Retaining Clip
2. Rotate the front panel outward and lift it off the server chassis.
Replacing the Front Bezel
To replace the front bezel, follow these steps
1. Insert the bezel latches into the matching slots on the server chassis.
2. Close the bezel and push toward the front of the server until it snaps into place.
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1
2
Align the Front Bezel
Removing and Replacing Hot-Swappable and
Hot-Pluggable Devices
The rx2600 and zx6000 have hard disk drives that are hot-pluggable and power supplies and fans
that are hot-swappable. This section explains how to swap the following devices while the server
is running:
■
System fans
■
Power supplies
■
Hard drives
System Fans
There are four system fans that keep the server cool when it is running. The system fans are
hot-swappable. This enables you to replace a fan while the server is running.
CAUTION: When the server is running, you must replace the top cover within four minutes to prevent
components from overheating.
Removing a System Fan
To remove a system fan, follow these steps
1. Remove the server covers.
2. Remove the fan.
a. Grasp the appropriate fan and lift it out of the fan socket to remove it:
◆
fan 1A, 1B, 2, or 3 from a rack-mounted server, or
◆
fan 3 from a pedestal-mount server
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1A
1B
2
3
Removing System Fans
b. To remove fan 1A, 1B, or 2 from a zx6000 pedestal-mount server:
◆
Unplug the fan power connector.
◆
Remove the fan from the server.
Removing Fans 1A, 1B, or 2 from a Pedestal-Mount Server
Replacing a System Fan
CAUTION: Replace the top cover within four minutes to prevent damage to the server components.
To replace a system fan, follow these steps:
1. Grasp the replacement fan module and insert it into its fan socket.
2. Verify that the fan has been properly installed by observing the LED signals on the front of
the server for the appropriate fan information.
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Removing and Replacing Power Supplies
WARNING: Avoid electrical shocks. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the power supplies. There
are no user-serviceable parts inside.
To avoid electrical shock and harm to your eyes by laser light, do not open the DVD laser module. The
laser module should be serviced by service personnel only. Do not attempt to make any adjustment to the
laser unit. Refer to the label on the DVD for power requirements and wavelength. This product is a class I
laser product.
CAUTION: Before removing a power supply, make sure the second power supply is functioning
properly. The two green LEDs inside the supply must both be lit on the second supply before you
can safely remove the failed power supply.
The power supplies in the zx2600 and zx6000 servers are hot-swappable; that is, if one power
supply stops working or exhibits voltage problems, the remaining supply can support the server
until the failed unit is replaced. On servers with two power supplies, one power supply can be
removed and replaced without turning the server off.
Removing a Power Supply
To remove a power supply, follow these steps:
1. Remove the front bezel from the server.
2. Press the power supply retaining clip to unlatch the power supply release lever.
Releasing the Power Supply Retaining Clip
3. Depress the power supply release lever and slide the power supply out of the server.
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Removing the Power Supply from the Server
Replacing a Power Supply
To replace a power supply, follow these steps
1. Remove the front bezel from the server and remove the defective power supply if you have
not already done so.
2. Open the power supply release lever and slide the power supply into place.
Sliding the Power Supply into Place
3. Push in on the power supply release lever to lock the retaining clip in place.
4. Replace the front bezel.
Hard Drives
The zx6000 and rx2600 servers can support up to three hot-pluggable, Low-Voltage Differential
(LVD) hard disk drives. These hard disk drives are 3.5-inch form factor, 10K and 15K RPM
devices that connect to Ultra 320 Wide LVD (Low Voltage Differential) SCSI interfaces on the
disk bay backplane.
There is a significant difference between the terms hot-pluggable and hot swappable:
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Hot swapping happens at the device level; that is, a hot-swappable device manages insertion
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The hot-plug process enables you to replace a defective disk drive in a high-availability
server while it is running.
CAUTION: The disk drives in the zx6000 and rx2600 are not hot-swappable; they are merely
hot-pluggable. A manual software procedure must be done in order to safely remove or insert
disk drives while the server is running. To avoid damage to the hard drives:
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See the documentation provided with the drive for additional details on inserting or removing a disk drive.
See your OS documentation for instructions on preparing the OS for inserting or removing a hard
drive.
Removing a Hard Drive
To remove a hard drive, follow these steps
1. If the server is powered on and the OS is running, prepare the OS to have the disk drive
removed. See your OS documentation for instructions on preparing the OS for removing and
inserting hard drives.
2. If you have locked your hard drives, you must unlock them before removing or replacing a
drive:
a. Remove the covers.
b. Press down on the Unlock lever to unlock the drive.
CAUTION: If you try to remove a hard disk drive without unlocking it from the server, you will damage the
hard drive bay.
Unlocking the Hard Drives
3. Squeeze inward on the colored release clip on the hard drive release lever.
Releasing the Hard Drive Release Clip
4. Pull outward on the release lever to remove the drive from the server.
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Removing the Hard Disk Drive
Replacing a Hard Drive
To replace a hard drive, follow these steps
1. If the server is powered on and the OS is running, prepare the OS to have the disk drive
removed. See your OS documentation for instructions on preparing the OS for removing and
inserting hard drives.
2. Insert the hard disk drive into the drive bay from which you removed the drive and push
inward on the release lever until the drive no longer slides forward. You must leave the
release lever in the open position, as shown, when you push the drive into the server.
3. Push in on the release lever to secure the drive in the bay and to ensure that the drive
connector is seated properly.
4. Reset the server to the EFI Boot Maintenance Menu to rescan the hard drives.
5. If desired, lock the hard drive in place. Replace the server covers if they were removed to
unlock drives.
6. Use the EFI shell map command to verify that the new drive has successfully been installed.
Removing and Replacing Internal Components
To upgrade, remove, or replace most server components, you must first remove the covers from
the server chassis.
WARNING: Do not remove the server covers without first powering off the server and unplugging the
power cord unless you are only replacing a hot-swappable system fan. Always replace the covers before
powering the server on.
Airflow Guides
The server has the following airflow guides:
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The processor airflow guide provides the proper volume of air-flow for cooling the
processors and voltage regulator modules (VRMs).
You must remove the processor airflow guide for the following reasons:
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if it is damaged to the point that airflow across the processors is restricted
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to access to components under the airflow guide
The memory airflow guide ensures that the proper volume of air flows over the memory
cards to cool them.
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You must remove the memory airflow guide for the following reasons:
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if it is damaged to the point that airflow across the memory cards is restricted
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to access memory modules and slots
NOTE: Air flows through the server from front to back.
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Server Airflow Guides
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1
Memory Airflow Guide
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Processor Airflow Guide
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Processor Airflow Guide Front Half
Removing the Memory Airflow Guide
To remove the memory airflow guide, follow these steps
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power cables, and remove the covers.
2. Grasp the memory airflow guide and lift it out of the server.
Removing the Memory Airflow Guide
Replacing the Memory Airflow Guide
To replace the memory airflow guide, follow these steps
1. Align the guides on both sides of the airflow guide with the slots on the chassis.
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Aligning the Memory Airflow Guide
2. Insert the memory airflow guide in the slots.
Replacing the Memory Airflow Guide
3. Replace the covers and reconnect all of the power cables.
Removing Processor Airflow Guide
To remove a processor airflow guide, follow these steps
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables, and remove the server covers.
2. Remove the IDE and power cables from the processor airflow guide cable clips.
3. Remove the main portion of the airflow guide:
a. Hold the guide using the opening on top of the guide.
b. At the same time, grasp the back end of the airflow guide and lift the guide out of the
server.
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Removing the Main Portion of the Processor Airflow Guide
4. Remove the front portion of the airflow guide:
a. Remove system fans 1A and 1B.
b. Rotate the clip clockwise to release the latch.
Airflow Guide Release Latch and Post
5. Disconnect the power cable connected to the guide from the system board.
Power Connector for Front Portion of Airflow Guide
6. Lift the front portion of the airflow guide out of the server.
Removing the Front Portion of the Airflow Guide
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Replacing the Processor Airflow Guide
To replace the processor airflow guide, follow these steps
1. Replace the front portion of the airflow guide:
a. Align the release latch of the front half of the airflow guide over the release latch post
and snap it in place.
b. Connect power connector on the front portion of the guide to the connector on the
system board.
c. Replace system fans 1A and 1B.
2. Replace the main portion of the airflow guide:
a. Hold the opening on top of the processor airflow guide.
b. At the same time, grasp the back end of the airflow guide and insert the airflow guide
into the server.
c. Connect the power cable and place the power and IDE cables in the cable clips.
d. Insert the two airflow guide retaining tabs into the two slots on the front half of the
airflow guide.
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Cable clips
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Main portion of airflow guide
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Retainer clips
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Front portion of airflow guide
3. Replace the server covers.
4. Reconnect cables.
Removing and Replacing Memory
The server has 12 memory slots for installing DDR SDRAM memory modules. Modules can be
256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB or 2 GB. The server supports combinations from 512 MB (zx6000) or 1
GB (rx2600) up to 24 GB. For HP approved memory modules.
NOTE: zx6000 workstations running Windows XP® 64-Bit Edition Version 2003 only support
up to 16 GB of RAM.
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Removing Memory Modules
To remove the memory modules, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect power, LAN and telecommunications cables, and remove
the covers.
CAUTION: To ensure that memory modules are not damaged during removal or installation, power off
the server and unplug the power cord from the ac power outlet. Wait until the LED on the back of the
power supply turns off before removing memory.
2. Press down on the memory module retainer clips and lift the module out of its memory slot.
Memory Module Retainer Clips
3. If the removed memory is functional, store it in a static-free container for future use.
Replacing Memory Modules
Memory modules must be loaded in the correct order:
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In the zx6000 workstation, DIMMs must be installed as ordered pairs of equal size. For
example, the DIMM in slot 0A must match 0B, 1A must match 1B, and so forth.
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In the Integrity rx2600 server, DIMMs must be installed in matched quads. Four identical
DIMMs must be installed, one pair per memory cell, as listed below:
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0A, 0B and 1A, 1B must match
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2A, 2B and 3A, 3B must match
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4A, 4B and 5A, 5B must match
This loading order must be used to enable chip spare functionality, available only on rx2600
servers.
NOTE: DIMMs match if they have the same HP part number.
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Module sizes can be mixed, as long as DIMMs in each pair (zx6000) or quad (rx2600)
match. For example:
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On zx6000 workstations, it is acceptable to load a pair of 256 MB DIMMs in slots 0A
and 0B, and a pair of 1 GB DIMMs in slots 1A and 1B.
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On Integrity rx2600 servers, it is acceptable to load a quad of 256 MB DIMMs in slots
0A, 0B, 1A and 1B, and a quad of 1 GB DIMMs in slots 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B.
Front
Loading Order
Memory Cell 0
Memory Cell 1
Loading Order
1st
DIMM 0B
DIMM 1B
2nd
5th
DIMM 4B
DIMM 5B
6th
3rd
DIMM 2B
DIMM 3B
4th
1st
DIMM 0A
DIMM 1A
2nd
5th
DIMM 4A
DIMM 5A
6th
3rd
DIMM 2A
DIMM 3A
4th
Back
Memory Loading Order
To install or replace a memory module:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all cables, and remove the server covers.
CAUTION: To ensure that memory modules are not damaged during removal or installation, power off
the server and unplug the power cord from the ac power outlet. Wait until the STBY PWR LED on the
System Board turns off before removing or installing memory.
2. Holding the memory module by its left and right edges, insert the module into the slot.
The memory modules are keyed and can only be inserted in one direction. When the module
is correctly seated, the retainer clips return to their fully upright position. Snap the clips
firmly into place to ensure that the DIMMs are seated properly.
3. Replace the server covers, reconnect all cables and power on the server.
4. Verify correct memory configuration. Either:
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Run the info mem command at the EFI shell prompt.
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On servers with firmware version 2.0 or higher, check the configuration using the EFI
System Configuration menu.
Removing and Replacing Accessory and Graphics Cards
The zx6000 has the following accessory card slots:
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Three 64-bit, 133 MHz PCI-X card slots
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One AGP Pro 4×, 1.5V slot
The rx2600 has the following accessory card slots:
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Four 64-bit, 133 MHz PCI-X card slots
Accessory cards are installed in a removable PCI/AGP cage. This section explains how to access
the PCI/AGP cage, as well as how to remove and install accessory cards.
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Removing an Accessory or Graphics Card
CAUTION: Avoid Static Electricity. Static electricity can damage electronic components. Power off all
equipment before installing an accessory card. Do not let your clothes touch an accessory card. To
equalize the static electricity when replacing an accessory card, rest the accessory card bag on top of the
server while you are removing the card from the bag. Handle the card as little as possible and with care.
To remove an accessory or graphics card, follow these steps:
1. Power off server, disconnect all power and external cables, and remove the server covers.
2. Lift up on the PCI/AGP cage release lever and the back edge of the PCI/AGP cage and lift
the PCI/AGP cage out of the server.
Removing the PCI/AGP Cage
NOTE: If you are removing an AGP card, you may also need to remove the AGP shipment
retainer. Turn the shipment retainer counterclockwise and lift it out of the server.
Plastic AGP Card Shipment Retainer
3. Grasp the PCI/AGP cage cover and slide it away from the bulkhead end of the cage, then lift
the cover off.
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Removing the PCI/AGP Cage Cover
4. Unscrew the bulkhead screw that holds the accessory card in place.
NOTE: If you are removing an audio card, unplug the audio cable from the card.
Removing the Bulkhead Screw
5. Grasp the bulkhead end of the card and the opposite edge and lift the card out of the slot. If
you are not installing a new card in the same slot, install a blank in the slot.
Removing the Accessory Card
Replacing an Accessory or Graphics Card
To replace an accessory or graphics card, follow these steps:
1. Remove the PCI/AGP cage.
2. Remove any bulkhead blank from the slot to be used.
3. Insert the card:
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a. Grasp the bulkhead end of the card and its opposite edge and insert the card into the slot.
If you are replacing a card, put the new card into the same slot from which you removed
the old card.
b. Secure the card by attaching the screw that was used to hold the blank in place.
4. Attach the cover to the cage:
a. Slide the retaining tabs on the fan end of the cover into the retaining slots and press the
cover down on the accessory boards.
b. Slide the tab at the bulkhead end of cage (1) into the slot on the cover (2).
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5. If you are replacing an audio card, attach the audio cable to the card (1) and to the connector
on the PCI/AGP backplane (2).
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Connecting the Audio Cable
6. Place the PCI/AGP cage back in the server and secure it:
a. Align the PCI/AGP cage in the server.
b. Depress the release lever to lock the cage in place.
c. If you have an AGP card installed, secure the plastic shipment retainer.
7. Replace the covers, reconnect all of the power and external cables and power on the server.
8. Verify that new cards have been correctly installed:
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Run the info io command at the EFI shell prompt or,
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On servers with firmware version 2.0 or higher, check the configuration using the EFI
System Configuration menu.
NOTE: Ensure that the audio cable is properly installed by connecting headphones to the audio
OUT jack on the audio card and playing audio media in the optical device.
Removing and Replacing the PCI/AGP Backplane
The backplane for the zx6000 includes one AGP card slot and three PCI card slots. The rx2600
server backplane is called the PCI/AGP backplane. The removal process is the same for both.
Removing the PCI/AGP Backplane
To remove the PCI/AGP backplane, follow these steps:
1. Remove all accessory and graphics cards.
2. Unscrew the backplane mounting screws and slide the backplane board toward the bulkhead
end of the PCI/AGP cage. This unlocks the backplane from its standoffs.
3. Lift the backplane over the top of the standoffs and slide it out of the cage.
CAUTION: Be careful not to damage the intrusion switch.
Removing the PCI/AGP backplane (rx2600 shown)
Replacing the PCI/AGP Backplane
To replace the PCI/AGP backplane, follow these steps:
1. Place the backplane in the cage by aligning the cage standoffs with the holes on the
backplane and slide it into place.
2. Secure the PCI/AGP backplane by screwing in its mounting screws.
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Replacing the PCI/AGP backplane (rx2600 shown)
3. Replace any accessory and graphics cards.
Removing and Replacing an Optical Drive
The server has one open bay for 8x slimline DVD or CD-RW/DVD.
Removing an Optical Drive
To remove an optical drive, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables, and remove the server covers.
2. Disconnect the IDE cable from the back of the optical drive. Pull back on the retaining clips
on the connector cable to release the cable.
Disconnecting the Optical Drive IDE Cable
3. Press the small retaining clips on both sides of the optical drive inward to release them.
Releasing the Optical Drive Retaining Clips
4. Slide the optical drive out of the optical drive bay.
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Removing the Optical Drive
Replacing an Optical Drive
To replace an optical drive, follow these steps:
1. Slide the optical drive into the drive bay until it stops sliding and the retaining clips on both
sides of the optical drive snap into place.
Grasp both sides of the drive without pressing in on the retaining clips and pull outward. If
you can pull outward on the optical drive without it sliding out of its bay, the optical drive is
securely in place.
Replacing the Optical Drive
2. Connect the IDE cable on the back of the optical drive.
3. Replace the server covers, reconnect all of the power and external cables and power on the
server.
4. Verify that the optical drive has been properly installed:
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Run the info io command at the EFI shell prompt or,
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On servers with firmware version 2.0 or higher, check the configuration using the EFI
System Configuration menu.
Removing and Replacing the iLO MP Card
The optional iLO MP card includes these ports:
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10/100 BT Management LAN port
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15-pin VGA port
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25-pin serial port
Removing the iLO MP Card
To remove the iLO MP card, follow these steps:
1. Record the network settings from your iLO MP card before beginning this task.
2. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables and remove the covers.
3. Unscrew the two power connector mounting screws (1) and remove the power connector
plate (2) from the back of the server.
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Removing the Power Connectors
4. Unscrew the two mounting screws that connect the iLO MP card to the internal chassis post
(1) and the two external mounting screws that are located on both sides of the 25-pin serial
connector (2).
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Unscrew the iLO MP Card Mounting Screws
5. Disconnect the iLO MP card connector.
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Disconnecting the iLO MP Card Connector
6. Remove the iLO MP card from the server by grasping it by its edges.
Removing the Card
7. Replace the iLO MP card blank, if available, on the chassis. This blank is used to fill the
holes left by the LAN, 15-pin VGA and 25-pin serial connectors.
a. Insert the blank retaining tab into the slot on the chassis.
Aligning the iLO MP Card Blank
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b. Push the iLO MP card blank against the inside of the chassis and screw in the blank’s
mounting screw on the external connector side of the server chassis.
Securing the iLO MP Card Blank
8. Replace the covers and reconnect the power and external cables.
Replacing the iLO MP Card
To replace the iLO MP card, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables and remove the server covers.
2. If you are installing a new card, remove the iLO MP card blank:
a. Unscrew the mounting screw for the iLO MP card blank, located on the external
connector side of the server chassis.
b. Remove the blank retaining tab out of its slot on the server chassis and remove the blank
from the server.
3. Insert the iLO MP card in the server:
a. Grasp its edges and place it on the two iLO MP card posts.
b. Push the LAN, 15-pin VGA and 25-pin serial connectors through their openings on the
back of the server.
4. Connect the iLO MP card:
a. Connect the iLO MP card cable to its connector on the system board.
b. Screw in the two mounting screws that connect the iLO MP card to the internal chassis
post.
c. Screw in the two external mounting screws that are located on both sides of the 25-pin
serial connector.
d. Replace the two power connectors.
5. Replace the server covers and reconnect the power and external cables.
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Removing and Replacing the LED Status Panel
The LED status panel card contains the server LEDs and the e-buzzer.
CAUTION: Some system settings are saved to the LED status panel. If you are replacing both the LED
status panel and the system board, they must be replaced one at a time to avoid loss of system settings.
First replace one component, then power on the server and boot to the EFI prompt. After confirming that
the first component has been replaced successfully, power off the server and replace the second
component.
Removing the LED Status Panel
To remove the LED status panel, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power cables, and remove the server covers.
2. Disconnect the LED status panel controller cable.
Disconnect the LED Status Card Controller Cable
3. Unscrew the two LED status panel mounting screws and remove the panel.
Remove the LED Status Card
Replacing the LED Status Panel
To replace the LED status panel, follow these steps:
1. Replace the LED status panel in the server and screw in the two LED status panel mounting
screws.
2. Connect the LED status panel controller cable.
3. Replace the server covers and reconnect all power cables. Power on the server and verify that
the system and power LEDs light up.
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4. Copy a valid UUID to the new status panel. To do this, during boot up press Y at this prompt:
EFI version 1.10 [14.57]
Build flags: EFI64 Running on Intel(R) Itanium Processor
EFI 1.10 IA-64 FOUNDATION XPEAK 1.22 [Tue May 14 16:37:12 2003] - HP
Secondary UUID is undefined
Do you want to copy the valid UUID to the new board?
(y/[n])
A message similar to this appears:
EFI version 1.10 [14.57]
Build flags: EFI64 Running on Intel(R) Itanium Processor
EFI 1.10 IA-64 FOUNDATION XPEAK 1.22 [Tue May 14 16:37:12 2003] - HP
Secondary UUID is undefined
Do you want to copy the valid UUID to the new board?
(y/[n]) 2 0 0x0002F2 0x0000000000000000 UUID was set to valid value
This indicates you have successfully assigned the system board UUID to the status panel.
NOTE: If resetting the UUID does not work successfully, contact your HP support
representative.
Removing and Replacing a Processor
If there are two processors on the system board, the procedure for removing them is the same.
CAUTION: You must disconnect all power and follow the correct sequence of steps provided in this
section to avoid serious damage to the server.
Removing a Processor
To remove a processor, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables and remove the server covers.
2. Remove the processor airflow guide and cables.
3. Unscrew the processor power pod mounting screws (1) and disconnect the module from its
processor by sliding it toward the back of the server chassis (2).
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Disconnect the Processor Power Pod
4. Remove the processor power pod from the server.
Remove the Processor Power Pod
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5. Disconnect the power cable for the processor turbo fan.
Disconnect the Power Cable for the Processor Turbo Fan
6. Unscrew the four heatsink captive screws using the special processor tool (HP Part Number
A7231-67046).
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Slide the sequencing retainer plate toward the back of the server to open the hole in the
edge of the turbo fan heatsink for insertion of the special processor tool into the
processor locking mechanism.
Unscrew the Turbo Fan Heatsink Captive Screws
7. Unlock the processor locking mechanism using the special processor tool shipped with your
replacement processor assembly.
Insert the tool into the hole that runs down through the edge of the turbo fan heatsink and
rotate the special processor tool 180 degrees counterclockwise.
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4
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Unlocking the Processor Locking Mechanism with the Special Processor Tool
1
Insert special processor tool here
2
The special processor tool rotates this lock underneath the heat sink
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Unlocked
4
Locked
8. Remove the turbo fan heatsink and processor from the server.
Removing the Turbo Fan Heatsink and the Processor
Replacing a Processor
To replace a processor, follow these steps:
You must have a processor in socket CPU0 before installing one in socket CPU1.
1. If you are installing a second processor, power off the server, disconnect all power and
external cables and remove the server covers.
2. If you are replacing a processor, remove the old processor.
3. Ensure that the processor locking mechanism is rotated into the unlocked position.
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2
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2
Processor Locking Mechanism
1
Unlocked
2
Locked
4. Check to ensure that the processor pins are not bent.
5. Use the four locator posts on the heatsink and the turbo fan power cable to properly align the
fan and processor assembly on the system board. The four locator posts will fit in locator
holes on the system board processor mount. The turbo fan power cable must be positioned so
that it is located on the side of the heatsink that faces the front of the server.
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Aligning the Turbo Fan and Processor Assembly
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Locator Posts
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Locator Holes
6. Use the special processor tool shipped with your replacement processor assembly to lock the
processor in place on the system board. To do this, insert the special processor tool into the
hole that runs down the side of the heatsink and rotate it clockwise 180 degrees.
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Locking the Processor in Place
7. Slide the sequencing retainer plate toward the front of the server.
Sliding Sequencer Retainer
8. Screw in the four heatsink captive screws.
Screw in the Heatsink and Processor Screws
9. Connect the power cable for the processor turbo fan to its connector on the system board.
10. Slide the processor power pod on the system board metal mounting bracket so that the
processor power pod connects to the processor. Align the two mounting screw holes on the
processor power pod with the holes on the system board metal mounting bracket. Screw in
the processor power pod mounting screws.
11. Replace the processor airflow guide, connect the power cable and power on the server.
12. Verify that the processor works:
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Run the info cpu command at the EFI shell prompt or,
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On servers with firmware version 2.0 or higher, check the configuration using the EFI
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Removing and Replacing the System Board
CAUTION: Some system settings are saved to the LED status panel. If you are replacing both the LED
status panel and the system board, they must be replaced one at a time to avoid loss of system settings.
First replace one component, then power on the server and boot to the EFI prompt. After confirming that
the first component has been replaced successfully, power off the server and replace the second
component.
Removing the System Board
To remove the system board, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables and remove the server covers.
2. Remove these components from the system board:
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Memory
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System fans
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PCI/AGP card cage
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Processor airflow guide and processors
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iLO MP card (if installed)
3. If the server does not have an iLO MP card installed, remove the power connector plate.
a. Unscrew the two power connector mounting screws on the back of the server (1), and
reach inside the server to remove the power connectors from the socket (2). The power
connectors will still be connected to their cables.
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Removing the Power Connector Plate
4. Unscrew the six backplane system board mounting screws that connect the system board to
the rear of the server chassis.
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Six System Board Mounting Screws
5. Disconnect all cables that are connected to the system board. To help with re-assembly, make
note of which cables were connected to which connector.
NOTE: To access the three power cables near the PCI/AGP cage, you must lift up the connector
bridge for the PCI/AGP cage fan.
6. Unscrew the system board mounting screw. A screw symbol is adjacent to the mounting
screw.
System’s Front
Unscrew the System Board Mounting Screw
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7. Remove the system board:
a. Grasp the memory controller chip heatsink and the processor heatsink and slide the
system board toward the front of the server. This releases the system board from its
chassis standoffs.
b. Lift up the processor side of the system board and slide it free of the PCI/AGP cage bay.
Remove the System Board from the Server
Replacing the System Board
To replace the system board, follow these steps:
1. Remove the old system board.
2. Grasp the new system board by its edges and carefully align it in the server:
❏
Angle the board to enable the PCI connector to slide into the PCI/AGP cage bay area.
❏
Align the system board keyholes with their corresponding standoffs on the chassis.
❏
Slide the PCI connector posts (1) on the system board into their slots (2) on the server
chassis.
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2
Align the System Board in the Server
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3. Slide the system board back toward the rear of the server to secure the system board on its
standoffs.
Secure the System Board on its Standoffs
4. Screw in the system board mounting screw.
5. Connect all cables to their appropriate connectors on the system board.
6. Screw in the six rear backplane system board mounting screws.
7. If the server does not have an iLO MP card, replace the power connectors in their slots on the
back of the server and screw in the power connector mounting screws.
8. Replace the following server components:
❏
iLO MP card
❏
Processor airflow guide
❏
System fans
❏
PCI/AGP card cage
❏
Memory
9. Replace the server covers, reconnect all of the power and external cables and power on the
server.
10. Verify that the processor works:
❏
Run the info cpu command at the EFI shell prompt or,
❏
On servers with firmware version 2.0 or higher, check the configuration using the EFI
System Configuration menu.
11. Review the system configuration in the EFI shell and reconfigure settings as necessary.
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Removing and Replacing System Batteries
Servers with an iLO MP card have two batteries. Servers that do not have an iLO MP card only
have one battery.
WARNING: There is a danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly installed. For your safety, never
attempt to recharge, disassemble, or burn an old battery. Replace the battery with the same or equivalent
type, as recommended by the manufacturer.
The battery in this server is a lithium battery that does not contain any heavy metals. However, to protect
the environment, do not dispose of batteries in household waste. Return used batteries either to the shop
from where you bought them, to the dealer from whom you purchased the server, or to HP so that they
can be recycled or disposed of in the correct way. Returned batteries are accepted free of charge.
Removing the System Battery
To remove the system battery, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables and remove the server covers.
2. Remove the processor airflow guide.
3. Lift up on the battery and push on the back of it with a flat-head screwdriver to remove the
battery from its holder.
CAUTION: Lift the battery just high enough to clear its holder. Too much stress on the battery holder
retaining clip may break it.
Remove the System Board Battery
Replacing the System Battery
To replace the system battery, follow these steps:
1. Lift up on the battery holder retaining clip with a flat-head screwdriver and slide the battery
into its holder. The positive (+) side of the battery should face up.
CAUTION: Lift the battery just high enough to clear its holder. Too much stress on the battery holder
retaining clip may break it.
2. Replace the processor airflow guide.
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3. Replace the server covers, reconnect all of the power and external cables and power on the
server.
Verify that the battery has been installed correctly:
❏
Run the time and date commands at the EFI shell prompt or,
❏
On servers with firmware version 2.0 or higher, adjust the time and date settings using
the EFI System Configuration menu.
You may need to reset the system time and date using the EFI time and date commands.
Once you have set the time, power the server off, unplug the power cord, and wait for a
minute before turning it back on. Run the time and date commands again. If the time and
date are now correct, you have installed the battery correctly.
Removing the iLO MP Card Battery
To remove the iLO MP card battery, follow these steps:
1. Remove the iLO MP card from the server.
2. Lift up on the battery and push on the back of it with a small flat-head screwdriver. This
removes the battery from its holder.
CAUTION: Lift the battery just high enough to clear its holder. Too much stress on the battery holder
retaining clip may break it.
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Remove the iLO MP Card Battery
Replacing the iLO MP Card Battery
To replace the iLO MP card battery, follow these steps:
1. Lift up on the battery holder retaining clip with a small flat-head screwdriver and slide the
battery into its holder. The positive (+) side of the battery should face up.
CAUTION: Lift the battery just high enough to clear its holder. Too much stress on the battery holder
retaining clip may break it.
2. Re-install the iLO MP card in the server.
3. Replace the server covers.
4. Reconnect all of the power and external cables.
Power Supply Interface Module
The power supply interface (PSI) module supports up to two redundant power supplies.
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Removing the Power Supply Interface
To remove the power supply interface module, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables, and remove the server covers.
2. Remove the system board.
3. Lift the power cables out of their metal holding clips.
Power Cables and Holding Clips
4. Unscrew the PSI mounting screw and remove the PSI module from the server.
2
1
3
Removing the Power Supply Interface Module
1
Remove Mounting Screw
2
Slide PSI out of Chassis
3
PSI Removed from Server
Replacing the Power Supply Interface Module
To replace the power supply interface module, follow these steps:
1. Place the PSI module into the chassis by sliding the module retaining tab into the slot on the
hard disk drive bay wall.
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Replacing the Power Supply Interface Module
2. Screw in the PSI module mounting screw (1) and secure the power cables behind the holding
clips (2).
1
2
Securing the Power Supply Interface Module and Cables
3. Replace the system board.
4. Replace the server covers.
5. Reconnect all of the power and external cables.
Hard Drive Backplane
The hard drive backplane provides connectors for three hard disk drives.
Removing the Hard Drive Backplane
To remove the hard drive backplane, follow these steps:
1. Power off the server, disconnect all power and external cables, and remove the server covers.
2. Lift up on the PCI/AGP cage release lever and the back edge of the PCI/AGP cage and lift
the PCI/AGP cage out of the server.
3. Lift up on the fan power bridge (1) and disconnect the backplane power cable (2).
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2
Disconnect the Fan and Backplane Power Cables
4. Disconnect the SCSI cables (1) and unscrew the backplane mounting screws (2).
2
1
Unscrewing the Backplane Mounting Screws
5. Remove the hard drive backplane by sliding it in the direction of the arrow (1) and pulling it
outward from its standoff posts (2).
1
2
Remove the Hard Drive Backplane
Replacing the Hard Drive Backplane
To replace the hard drive backplane, follow these steps:
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1. Insert the hard drive backplane onto its four chassis standoffs and slide it to the left as you
face it. This locks the hard drive backplane in place.
2. Screw in the two backplane mounting screws.
3. Connect the two SCSI cables.
4. Connect the backplane power cable.
5. Lower the fan power bridge until it snaps in place.
6. Replace the PCI/AGP cage in the server and secure it.
7. Replace the server covers, and reconnect all of the power and external cables.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter provides a preferred methodology (strategies and procedures) and tools for
troubleshooting server error and fault conditions.
This chapter addresses the following topics:
■
“Identifying and Diagnosing Hardware Problems” (page 109)
■
“Running Diagnostic Software Tools” (page 124)
■
“EFI Error and Warning Messages” (page 129)
■
“SEL and FPL Log Entries” (page 131)
Identifying and Diagnosing Hardware Problems
Should a hardware failure occur, the system LEDs and e-buzzer help you identify the problem:
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Server beeps and e-buzzer. The rx2600/zx6000 has an e-buzzer that beeps in specific patterns
to identify errors when the server boots. The e-buzzer can also send encoded data over the
phone to help support representatives identify more complex problems.
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LEDs. The lights on the front bezel of the server change color and blink in different patterns
to help identify specific hardware problems. LEDs on the rear panel of the server display
LAN status.
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The System Event Log (SEL) provides detailed information about the errors identified by the
e-buzzer and LEDs.
If the LEDs and e-buzzer do not give you enough information to identify the problem you are
experiencing, HP also provides diagnostic tools with each operating system.
The System e-buzzer
If a problem is detected at any time when the server is booting or running, the e-buzzer emits
audible beeps and an encoded error message.
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The audible beeps consist of a modem-like sound repeated three times, followed by
zero-seven beeps of a single frequency at one-second durations, each separated by one
second. The e-buzzer emits a different number of beeps for each type of error. More detailed
information is provided by the LEDs.
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The electronic signal can be sent through a telephone line to an authorized help desk or HP
Support. This signal can be decoded by help desk equipment to extract the server model,
serial number and details about any faults. To send this signal to HP Support, hold your
telephone next to the LED 1 on the server front bezel when the server is booting.
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The e-buzzer does not report all problems, only the problems listed below. If the e-buzzer
indicates an error, check the SEL.
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Number of
Beeps
Component
Description
1
Processor
Processor absent or not correctly connected. Reseat or replace
processor.
2
Power supply
Power supply failure. Replace power supply.
3
Memory
No memory, bad memory modules or incompatible memory
module. Check memory module loading order. Reseat or
replace memory modules.
4
Graphics card
Graphics card problem. Reseat or replace the graphics card.
5
PCI card
PCI card problem. Reseat or replace the PCI card.
6
Critical system
failure
Contact support.
7
System board
•
System Fault caused by hardware failure or software fault.
•
Two minutes has elapsed after the BMC starts system power
and no BOOT_START event is logged in the SEL. Possible
problems include:
•
Clock is bad
•
System board problem
•
CPU connection to the board bad
•
CPU power pod failure
•
CPU failure
•
Corrupt Firmware (bad code, or improper update)
Defective system board. Contact support.
NOTE: For detailed instructions on removing and replacing server components, see Chapter 3,
“Removing and Replacing Components.”
The e-Buzzer may also be activated by several other events:
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If the system firmware detects an error during system operation, the BMC triggers the
e-Buzzer to sound.
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If you miss the beep code count during the initial transmission sequence, trigger the
sequence again by pressing and holding the server power button for three-five seconds and
release it as soon as the sound starts.
The power button on the front panel operates differently depending on how long the button is
pressed and whether or not the server was on or off when the button was pressed.
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When the server power is off:
❏
One-three seconds. Server power turns on. The e-buzzer beeps if an error is encountered.
❏
Three-five seconds. The e-buzzer repeats the last stored error.
When the server power is on and the server is at the EFI:
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One-three seconds. Server power turns off immediately.
❏
Three-five seconds. The e-buzzer repeats the last stored error.
❏
Five seconds or longer. Server power turns off immediately.
When the server power is on and the OS is running:
❏
One-three seconds. Server power turns off through the ACPI signal to OS (Soft
power-off).
❏
Three-five seconds. The e-buzzer repeats the last stored error.
❏
Five seconds or longer. Server power turns off immediately (Hard power-off).
The Diagnostic LEDs
Diagnostic LEDs are on the front panel of the server. The following sections describe their
functions. (For the function of other LEDs, see the HP Integrity rx2600 server and HP
workstation zx6000 Getting Started Guide.) Additional diagnostic LEDs are on the system board.
If the server does not have an iLO MP card installed, the four diagnostic LEDs on the front panel
warn of impending failures and enable you to take preventive action. For example, you may want
to back up your data or replace a component before it fails.
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If no iLO MP card is installed, the boot progress is monitored by diagnostic LEDs 1-4.
During the boot-up the LEDs turn on in sequence until the EFI prompt is reached.
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If an iLO MP card is installed, the boot process is monitored by the iLO MP card. The LEDs
are off.
Power and System LEDs
The power and system LEDs indicate the state of the server. A problem exists when the system
LED is blinking orange or red.
Servers with iLO MP card
The following system LED states exist for servers with an iLO MP card. See the SL logs for
additional information.
System LED
State
Off
Off
Solid green
Running OS
Blinking green
Booting or running EFI
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System LED
State
Blinking orange (1/sec.)
Attention:
• Alerts of levels 3-5 detected in the iLO MP logs.
• The LED turns off once the event log is read.
Blinking red (2/sec.)
Fault:
• System Alert 7 Detected. LED blinks until the problem is
resolved and the server boots successfully or until it is
manually turned off with the iLO MP dc command.
• Fatal hardware error detected by BMC. LED blinks until
problem is corrected.
For system alerts of levels 3-5, the attention condition on the LED can be cleared by accessing
the logs using the sl or dc command available in the iLO MP command mode.
System alerts of level 7 indicate that the server cannot complete the power-on self test (POST).
See the SL error logs for additional error information. Once corrective action is completed, the
fault LED turns off.
NOTE: Always check the iLO MP Status Logs in the case of a blinking orange or red system
LED before replacing any hardware.
System Logs (SL) Logs
To view the SL logs for detailed diagnostic information, use the iLO MP sl command:
1. Access the iLO MP command prompt.
2. Run the sl command. The Event Log Viewer menu displays:
SL
Event Log Viewer:
Log Name
Entries
% Full
Latest Entry
---------------------------------------------------------------E - System Event
9
1 %
29 Oct 2002 19:15:05
F - Forward Progress 129
3 %
B - Current Boot
82
P - Previous Boot
0
L - Live Events
C - Clear All Logs
Enter your choice or [Q] to Quit:
3. Select e to review the events. The Event Log Navigation menu appears:
Set up alert filter options on this buffer? (Y/[N])
Log Name
Entries
% Full
Latest Entry
------------------------------------------------------------------E - System Event
410
47 %
18 Feb 2003 09:38:10
Event Log Navigation Help:
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<CR>
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View next block
(forward in time, e.g. from 3 to 4)
View previous block (backward in time, e.g. from 3 to 2)
Continue to the next or previous block
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F
L
J
V
?
Ctrl-B
Dump the entire log for capture and analysis
First entry
Last entry
Jump to entry number
View mode configuration (text, keyword, hex)
Display this Help menu
Quit and return to the Main Menu
4. Select v, then t to change the display to text mode:
Display Mode Configuration:
H - Hex mode
Current -> K - Keyword mode
T - Text mode
Enter new value, or [Q] to Quit:
5. To decode the blinking state of system LED, review the entire SEL and look at events with
alert level 3 and above.
For example:
Log Entry 24: 14 Feb 2003 15:27:02
Alert Level 3: Warning
Keyword: Type-02 1b0800 1771520
Hot Swap Cage: SCSI cable removed
Logged by: BMC; Sensor: Cable / Interconnect - SCSI ChExt Cable
Data1: Device Removed/Device Absent
0x203E4D0AC6020220 FFFF0008F61B0300
Log Entry 73: 00:00:12
Alert Level 3: Warning
Keyword: Type-02 050301 328449
The server's built-in sensors have detected an open chassis door.
Logged by: BMC; Sensor: Physical Security - Chassis Open
Data1: State Asserted
0x200000000C020570 FFFF010302050300
Servers with no iLO MP card
The following system LED states exist for servers that do not have an iLO MP card. See the
diagnostic LEDs for additional information.
Power LED
System LED
State
Off
Off
Off
On (green)
Solid green
Running
On (green)
Blinking green
Booting
On (green)
Blinking orange (1/sec.)
Attention
On (green)
Blinking red (2/sec.)
Fault
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Diagnostic LEDs
The four diagnostic LEDs on the front bezel of the server are used for diagnosing the health of
the server. See the SEL and FPL logs for specific information about the warning or failure
indicated by the diagnostics LEDs.
These LEDs warn of impending hardware failures and enable you to take preventive action, such
as making a system backup or replacing a component before it fails. These diagnostic LEDs are
labeled 1, 2, 3 and 4.
The location of red LEDs can be used to identify the category of the fault or warning. For
example, if LED one is red, there is a problem with memory. However, if LEDs one and two are
both red, there is a problem with the processor.
If the diagnostic LEDs indicate an error, check the SEL.
The following symbols are used in the LED tables.
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The system LED indicates the severity of the error. Check this LED before
proceeding to analyze the sequence of diagnostic LEDs:
Blinking orange indicates a WARNING.
Blinking red indicates a FAULT.
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The Diagnostic LEDs provide details about the specific error:
Solid red indicates the failing part or sub-system.
Off or solid green diagnostic LEDs provide additional details about the
failure.
The faults and warnings fall into several general categories.
LED1
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LED2
LED3
LED4
Category
e-buzzer
Beeps
Memory
3
Firmware
6
System Board
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LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
Category
e-buzzer
Beeps
Fan
None
Processor
1
BMC
7
Temperature
None
Power Supply
2
Unknown
None
Warnings
The following tables provide additional information about each specific warning associated with
the various possible LED lighting sequences when the system LED is orange.
System
LED
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
Problem
Solution
Unknown Warnings
Unknown warning
View the SEL for
additional information.
For further assistance,
contact your HP
Support Engineer.
Memory Warnings
Mismatched memory Use the “Memory
pairs
Loading Order”
(page 82)
Memory thermal
load order
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System
LED
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
Problem
Solution
Bad SPD information View the SEL for
(can't detect type)
additional information.
For further assistance,
contact your HP
Support Engineer.
System Board Warnings
Battery voltage low
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Replace the system
board battery.
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LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
Problem
Solution
Fan Warnings
Fan 1A not
functioning properly
Fan 1B not
functioning properly
CPU fan 0 not
functioning properly
CPU fan 1 not
functioning properly
Replace the fan that is
not functioning.
If a processor fan has
failed, you must
replace the CPU.
Fan module 2
(memory) not
functioning properly
Fan module 3
(Disks/PCI) not
functioning properly
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System
LED
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
Problem
Solution
Processor Warnings
Processor 0
temperature exceeds
limit
Processor 1
temperature exceeds
limit
If a processor fan has
failed, you must
replace the CPU.
Temperature Warnings
External air
temperature too
high
Make sure nothing is
blocking the airflow.
Place the server in an
air-conditioned room.
No video adapter
present
Install a video adapter.
See the installation
instructions shipped
with the video adapter.
Video Warnings
Power Supply Warnings
Power supply 1 fault
Power supply 2 fault
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Replace the power
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Faults
The following tables provide additional information about each specific fault associated with the
various possible LED lighting sequences when the system LED is red.
System
LED
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
Problem
Solution
Unknown Faults
Unknown fault
View the SEL for
additional information.
For further assistance,
contact your HP Support
Engineer.
Mismatched memory pairs
Use the “Memory
Loading Order”
(page 82).
Uncorrectable memory error
Replace memory.
No memory installed
Install memory.
Bad memory; one or more
DIMMs are bad or not seated
properly
Reseat the DIMMs. If the
error persists, replace
them.
Memory Faults
Firmware Errors
System firmware hang or system View the SEL for
fault
additional information.
For further assistance,
contact your HP Support
Engineer.
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System
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LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
Problem
Solution
System Board Faults
VRM overvoltage
View the SEL for
additional information.
For further assistance,
contact your HP Support
Engineer.
VRM undervoltage
View the SEL for
additional information.
For further assistance,
contact your HP Support
Engineer.
Fan Faults
rs2600: Cooling unit 1 fault
(power/CPU)
zx6000: Cooling unit 1 fault
rs2600: Cooling unit 2 fault
(memory)
zx6000: Cooling unit 2 fault
(disks/PCI)
Replace the failed fan.
If a processor fan has
failed, you must
replace the CPU.
rs2600: Cooling unit 3 fault
(Disks/PCI)
zx6000: N/A
Processor Faults
Processor 0 temperature
exceeds limit
Processor 1 temperature
exceeds limit
If a processor fan has
failed, you must
replace the CPU.
No processor detected
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System
LED
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
Problem
Solution
BMC Faults
BMC firmware is damaged
Power off and unplug
the server. Wait 20
seconds, then plug in
and restart the server. If
the error repeats,
replace the system
board.
System board FRU inventory
device inaccessible
Replace the system
board.
External air temperature too
high
Make sure nothing is
blocking the airflow.
Place the server in an
air-conditioned room.
Temperature Faults
Power Supply Errors
VRM or power pod fault
Power Supply 1 fault
View the SEL for
additional information.
For more help, contact
your HP Support
Engineer.
Power Supply 2 fault
12V out of range (power supply
interface fault)
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LAN LEDs
The front panel LAN LED indicates the server is communicating over the gigabit or system
management LAN:
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Blinking green, the server is communicating over the LAN
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Solid green, LAN link is established, no current LAN activity
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Not green, the server is off
Four Gigabit LAN LEDs are on the rear panel:
1
2
4
3
2
1
3
4
LAN LED
Location
Color
State
1. Gbit
Pedestal: Right
Off
No 1000 Mbps link
Rack-mounted: Top
Green
Port linked at 1000 Mbps
Pedestal: 2nd from right
Off
No 100 Mbps link
Rack-mounted: 2nd from top
Green
Port linked at 100 Mbps
Pedestal: 2nd from left
Off
No 10 Mbps link
2. 100mb
3. Link
4. Activity
Rack-mounted: 2nd from bottom Green
Port linked at 10 Mbps
Pedestal: Left
Off
No LAN activity
Rack-mounted: Bottom
Green
Flashing or solid green LED indicates
activity on LAN port
Two system management 10/100 LAN LEDs are on the rear panel:
1
2
1
LAN LED
Location
Color
State
1. Speed
Pedestal: Right
On
Port linked at 100 Mbps
Rack-mounted: Top
Off
Port linked at 10 Mbps
Pedestal: Left
On
Port linked
Rack-mounted: Bottom
Off
No link established
2. Activity
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Four iLO MP LAN LEDs are also on the rear panel if the server has a iLO MP card installed:
1
2
4
3
2
1
3
4
LAN LED
Location
Color
State
1. Self-test
Pedestal: Right
Yellow
iLO MP running self test or
error
Rack-mounted: Top
Off
iLO MP has booted
Pedestal: 2nd from right
Green
10 Mb link established
Rack-mounted: 2nd from top
Blinking Green
10 Mb activity
Off
No link or 100 Mb link
Green
100 Mb link established
2. 10BT
3. 100BT
Pedestal: 2nd from left
Rack-mounted: 2nd from bottom Blinking Green
4. Standby
Power
100 Mb activity
Off
No link or 10 Mb link
Pedestal: Left
Green
Standby power on
Rack-mounted: Bottom
Off
Standby power off
System Board Diagnostic LEDs
There are three additional LEDs that can help when troubleshooting the server. These LEDs are
located on the system board close to the back of the server and can be viewed through the small
cooling holes in the server case.
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2, 3
1
2
3
Location of the STBY LED, F/W LED and BMC LED
LED
Description
1 STBY
This standby LED comes on as soon as the server power cord is plugged in. If this light
is off when you plug it in, reseat the power supply. If this does not work, replace the
power supply.
2 BMC
A few seconds after the server is plugged in this LED starts blinking, which means that
the Baseboard Management Controller is alive. If this LED is not blinking and the STBY
(standby) LED is on, you may have to replace the system board.
3 F/W
A few seconds after the power button is pressed in the system firmware code fetch LED
comes on indicating that the firmware has started the boot process. If this LED does
not come on, you may have to replace the system board.
Running Diagnostic Software Tools
This section includes information on the following diagnostic tools:
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Before you run the HP diagnostic software, take note of any e-buzzer and LED error messages.
To find out more about the error, note any event messages and use the appropriate tool for the
server to determine what failed.
HP e-DiagTools Hardware Diagnostics
The server came with an HP IPF Offline Diagnostics and Utilities CD with HP e-DiagTools
Hardware Diagnostics. These tools may be used to diagnose hardware-related problems on your
HP server.
Run e-DiagTools before contacting HP for Warranty service. This is to obtain information that
will be requested by a support agent.
With this utility you can do the following:
■
Check the hardware configuration and verify that it is functioning correctly.
■
Test individual hardware components.
■
Diagnose hardware-related problems.
■
Obtain a complete hardware configuration.
■
Provide precise information to an HP support agent so they can solve problems quickly and
effectively.
HP e-DiagTools provides a user-friendly interface to the Offline Diagnostics Environment
(ODE), that enables you to troubleshoot a server that is running without an OS or cannot be
tested using the online tools. ODE can also be run separately using a command line interface,
which enables the user to select specific tests or utilities to run on a specific hardware module.
Starting HP e-DiagTools
1. Insert the HP IPF Offline Diagnostics and Utilities CD in the CD or DVD drive, or download
and install the files from www.hp.com/go/bizsupport.
2. From the EFI shell (page 6-21), select the CD/DVD drive:
a. Use the map command to list the drives on the server. For example:
Shell> map
Device mapping table
fs0:Acpi(HWP0002,0)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Primary,Master)/CDROM...
fs1:Acpi(HWP0002,100)/Pci(1|0)/Scsi(Pun0,Lun0)/HD(Part...
blk0:Acpi(HWP0002,0)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Primary,Master)...
blk1:Acpi(HWP0002,0)/Pci(2|0)/Ata(Primary,Master)/CDROM...
NOTE: Lines are truncated to fit.
b. Change to the CD/DVD drive:
Shell> fs0:
fs0:>
3. Navigate to the EFI\BOOT directory on the CD:
a. Change to the EFI directory on the diagnostics CD.
fs0:> cd EFI
fs0\EFI:>
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b. To list the contents of the directory, run the ls command.
fs0:\EFI> ls
Directory of: fs1:\EFI
11/07/02
11/07/02
11/07/02
11/07/02
04:41p
04:41p
04:41p
04:45p
<DIR>
<DIR>
<DIR>
<DIR>
1,024 .
0 ..
1,024 HP
1,024 BOOT
0 File(s) 0 bytes
4 Dir(s)
c.
Change to the BOOT subdirectory
fs0\EFI:> cd BOOT
fs0\EFI\BOOT:>
d. Run the ls command to list the contents of the directory.
fs0:\EFI\BOOT> ls
Directory of: fs1:\EFI\BOOT
11/07/02
11/07/02
11/07/02
11/07/02
11/07/02
11/07/02
11/07/02
5 File(s)
04:45p <DIR>
04:45p <DIR>
01:54p
01:54p
01:54p
01:54p
01:54p
1,024
1,024
731,136
2,763
731,136
2,995
3,977
.
..
LaunchMenu.efi
IO.ini
BOOTIA64.EFI
LaunchMenu.ini
View_Doc.ini
1,472,007 bytes
2 Dir(s)
4. Run the LaunchMenu command to reboot from the CD and launch eDiagTools:
fs0:\BOOT> launchmenu
5. If you are not familiar with e-DiagTools, review the documentation. From the main menu:
a. Select View Release Notes and Documentation Menu to view a list of available
documentation.
b. Select View e-DiagTools Info to open the overview document.
6. If you are already familiar with e-DiagTools, select Run e-DiagTools for IPF from the
main menu.
Producing a Support Ticket
To produce a complete record of the server configuration and test results, you must create a
support ticket. This is a simple text file that contains essential information and is designed to
assist your local or HP support agent.
To produce a support ticket, from the Welcome to e-DiagTools menu, follow these steps:
1. Start e-DiagTools and select Run eDiagTools for IPF from the main menu.
2. To run the basic diagnostics on the server if you have not already done so, select 2 - Run
e-DiagTools Basic System Test (BST).
e-DiagTools scans the server. The Configuration Description displays on the screen when the
configuration detection phase is complete.
3. To run the rest of the basic diagnostics test, select 2 - Continue Test. The results appear on
the screen. For example:
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**********************************************
e-Diagtools for IPF rev. A.01.39 (c) Hewlett-Packard Company, 2002
Test Results
Tests passed. No errors found.
If you still experience problems with your system, try the
following:
1. Power off and restart your system.
2. Update the system's firmware.
3. Back up your data and contact your HP Support Agent for more
advice.
1-Help 2-Advanced 3-Exit 4-Support Ticket
4. After the test is complete, press 4. The support ticket appears on the screen. For example:
-----------------------------------------HEWLETT-PACKARD e-Diagtools Support Ticket
-----------------------------------------~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Your system: HP - zx6000
Diagnostic: System Test Passed
Date/Time: 05/01/2003 14:37:41
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
❏
The support ticket is a screen that displays a complete record of the test results and the
system's configuration. It is the most effective way of communicating this essential
information to your support provider.
❏
The current support ticket is the one produced by the last execution of e-Diagtools.
When running e-Diagtools, you can create a support ticket on demand in the
Configuration Description Screen. When you run the basic system tests or advanced
system tests, a support ticket is created automatically. Use the Support Ticket Screen to
browse it for information that can help you troubleshoot the server.
❏
Have the support ticket on the screen when you contact customer support. (Use the arrow
keys to scroll if necessary.) The support representative may ask you to read the
information over the phone.
5. Press 3 to exit the Support Ticket tool.
Offline Diagnostics Environment (ODE)
The Offline Diagnostics Environment is an offline support tools platform that enables you to
troubleshoot a server that cannot be tested using online tools. You can access these tools through
the HP e-DiagTools Hardware Diagnostics menus or as separate applications. The offline
environment is also useful for some types of testing in which it is not desirable to have to boot the
server first.
Tools Provided
The ODE includes a variety of diagnostics tools. Depending on the server and configuration,
these may include some or all of the following tools, plus additional system-specific tools:
■
MAPPER is an offline system configuration mapping utility. It identifies and displays a list
of server components including hardware modules and peripheral devices.
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CPUDIAG is a CPU diagnostics tool.
■
MEMDIAG is a memory diagnostics tool.
■
PERFVER is a utility for testing peripherals attached to the boot path.
To access a detailed list of tools provided on the server, from the ODE Main Menu, follow these
steps:
1. Select View Release Notes and Documentation Menu.
2. Browse the documentation and release notes.
Running ODE From the Offline Diagnostics and Utilities CD
ODE uses a command line interface, which enables the user to select specific tests and/or utilities
to run on a specific hardware module.
To run ODE from the HP IPF Offline Diagnostics and Utilities CD:
1. Insert the CD into the CD/DVD drive and reset system power, the system should come up to
the boot manager.
2. If the boot manager is already configured, and the CD/DVD drive is configured as one of the
boot devices, you move the cursor to the line which shows the CD/DVD drive, and press
Enter. The CD then will boot to the Launch Menu.
3. Select Run the Off-line Diagnostic Environment (ODE) from the launch menu.
NOTE: If you are unable to boot from your CD/DVD drive, restart the server and check the boot
options from the Boot Options Maintenance Menu to ensure that the server is configured to
boot from the CD/DVD drive.
For further information, see http://docs.hp.com/hpux/diag under the section titled
“Offline Diagnostics.” This site includes links to a FAQ, conceptual overview, and a quick
reference guide to ODE. Also see the section titled “Diagnostics (Support Tools) General,”
especially the SupportPlus: Diagnostic User's Guide, Chapter 3. “Using the SupportPlus Media
to Run Offline Diagnostics” is a useful chapter for more information on what ODE is, and how to
run it.
NOTE: Ignore references to the SupportPlus Media in the SupportPlus User’s Guide, Chapter 3:
they do not apply to zx6000 or rx2600 servers. However, the conceptual and procedural
information still applies to IPF servers. Any discrepancies have been noted and explained in the
SupportPlus User's Guide, and elsewhere, as appropriate.
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EFI Error and Warning Messages
EFI error and warning messages are displayed on the console as part of the boot process.They
can also be retrieved using the info warnings EFI command.
.
Error Number
Error/Warning Message
Solution
2
Insufficient resources to assign to one or
more I/O devices
—
3
Failed I/O socket(s) deconfiguration
—
4
Unexpected hardware I/O configuration
—
7
No BMC installed in platform
Ensure the BMC ROM is installed;
update BMC firmware
8
BMC cannot be accessed
Check BMC logs for errors
9
One or more BMC ports failed
10
BMC system event log is full
Clear SEL
11
Platform SCR is bad
Call support center
12
Set time to BMC SEL failed
—
13
SEL get info failed
—
14
Initial BMC SEL event failed
—
15
Update of BMC buffered data failed
—
16
All ACPI BMC ports bad
—
17
Read error on BMC token
—
18
BMC token transmit checksum error
—
19
Error writing BMC token on download
—
20
NVM token access error
—
21
BMC token write error during NVM write
through
—
22
Error reading BMC token on upload to
NVM
—
23
Error reading BMC first boot token
—
24
Primary FIT failed
Reflash firmware
25
Secondary FIT failed
Reflash firmware
26
PAL_A warning. One copy of PAL is bad
Reflash firmware
27
PAL_B warning. Not compatible with at
least one CPU
Update firmware
—
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Error Number
130
Error/Warning Message
Solution
28
Memory errors detected and PDT is
disabled
Reseat DIMMs, if error persists
replace bad DIMMs
30
Memory required reinterleave to get a
good page 0
—
31
One or more ranks have chipspare
disabled
—
33
One or more memory ranks are
mismatched and deallocated
34
Memory deallocated because of a loading Fix memory loading order.
error
35
Memory is not loaded recommended
loading order
Fix memory loading order.
36
The PDT is full
Clear with pdt clear command in
EFI shell
37
At least one (1) CPU has bad fixed core
ratio
—
38
All CPUs were slated for compatibility
deconfig
—
39
Incompatible CPUs detected
Call support center
40
CPUs installed with mixed cache sizes
This will always cause a stopboot
41
CPUs installed with mixed steppings
—
42
All CPUs are over clocked
—
43
At least one (1) CPU is over clocked
—
44
Monarch changed to lowest stepping CPU Only seen once after monarch is
set to lowest stepping
46
CPUs loaded in wrong order
48
SAL NVM cleared
Information only, no action
required
49
EFI NVM cleared
Information only, no action
required
50
EFI NVM failed
—
51
CPU deconfigured by SAL_B
—
52
A ROM revision is inconsistent with FIT or
REVBLOCK
One or more firmware components
(fw, bmc, mp) is out of date.
Update Firmware.
53
Error building SMBIOS
Call Support Center
Fix memory loading order.
—
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Error Number
Error/Warning Message
Solution
54
Failure constructing the EFI Memory Data
Table (MDT)
Call Support Center
55
UUID error
Call Support Center
56
Error reading CPU SMBUS information
ROM
—
57
Error accessing FRU information
—
58
Checksum error accessing FRU information
—
59
FRU information version error
—
SEL and FPL Log Entries
This section is a quick reference for the IPMI events recorded in the SEL and FPL files. These
logs are available using the iLO MP card interface or the BMC CLI.
■
All entries from the SEL are forwarded to the FPL. The FPL is a circular log so the newest
entries replace the oldest. The FPL contains forward progress messages from the BMC,
System firmware, EFI, and the OS.
■
The SEL does not accept new entries once it is full and contains only those events considered
of major importance to system operation.
■
Both contain type 02 and E0 messages.
■
A triplet is formed from the SensorType, EventType, and the lower nibble of the Data1
fields of Type 02 events. iLO MP firmware displays the triplet in the Keyword field.
NOTE: Servers with firmware version 2.0 or higher also have a clearlogs command that clears
out the log files should they become full.
Accessing the Logs with BMC CLI Commands
The fpl command displays the forward progress log. For example:
1
2
0000000E 0000000F 2
00000010 2
00000011 0
00000012 0
00000013 1
00000014 1
00000015 0
00000016 0
00000017 0
00000018 0
00000019-
3
4
5
6
7
Pwr Spply 1 Ctrl Enabled 44-08:09:01 2003-02-28 16:41:46
CPU0 Boot start 00063 DT 06 0000000000000000
CPU0 Boot start 00063 Time 2003-02-28 16:41:46
CPU0 00020 DT 00 0000000000000000
CPU0 0000E DT 06 0000000000010000
CPU0 CPU monarch 0000C DT 06 0000000000000000
CPU0 CPU present 00261 DT 06 0000000000000000
CPU0 00008 DT 00 0000000000000000
CPU0 0024B DT 00 0000000000000000
CPU0 00006 DT 03 0000000000000000
CPU0 00044 DT 06 02000000002C0400
BMC LPC reset 00-12:70:02 2003-02-28 16:41:47
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The sel command displays the system event log. For example:
1
2 3 4 5 6 7
00E0 - Pwr Spply 1 Ctrl Enabled 44-08:09:01 2003-02-28 16:41:46
00F0 2 CPU0 Boot start 00063 DT 06 0000000000000000
0100 2 CPU0 Boot start 00063 Time 2003-02-28 16:41:46
0110 - BMC LPC reset 00-12:70:02 2003-02-28 16:41:47
Each column in the log contains a different data field:
1. Record ID.
2. Severity for E0 messages.
3. Generator id or sensor reporting the event.
4. Text description of events.
5. Sensor number-Sensor Type:Event Type:Data1 fields for type 02 msgs (triplet) event id for E0 msgs.
6. Data2 and Data3 for type 02 msgs (if applicable) or Data type for E0 messages.
7. Timestamp or extended data specific to the event.
Accessing the Logs with iLO MP Commands
The SEL and FPL data can also be accessed from the iLO MP logs using the iLO MP card SL
command. Logs can be displayed in three modes: raw hex, text or keyword.
■
iLO MP firmware E.02.10: The SDM command determines the format of the display.
■
iLO MP firmware E.02.20 or higher: Output mode is selected from a menu when the log is
displayed.
Hex Mode Example:
13
14
14
15
0x203E5F914A0200E0
0x5680006300E000F0
0x5680006300E000F0
0x203E5F914B020110
FFFF010944080300
010000003E5F914A
0000000000000000
FFFF027000120300
Text Mode Example:
Log Entry 13: 28 Feb 2003 16:41:46
Alert Level 2: Informational
Keyword: Type-02 080901 526593
Power supply turned on
Logged by: BMC; Sensor: Power Supply - Pwr Spply 1 Ctrl
Data1: Device Enabled
0x203E5F914A0200E0 FFFF010944080300
Log Entry 14: 28 Feb 2003 16:41:46
Alert Level 2: Informational
Keyword: BOOT_START
CPU starting boot
Logged by: System Firmware 0
Data: Implementation dependent data field
0x5680006300E000F0 0000000000000000
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Log Entry 15: 28 Feb 2003 16:41:47
Alert Level 2: Informational
Keyword: Type-02 127002 1208322
Soft Reset
Logged by: BMC; Sensor: System Event
0x203E5F914B020110 FFFF027000120300
Keyword mode example:
13
BMC
2
0x203E5F914A0200E0 FFFF010944080300 Type-02 080901 526593
28 Feb 2003 16:41:46
14
SFW
15
BMC
0
2
0x5680006300E000F0 0000000000000000 BOOT_START
28 Feb 2003 16:41:46
2 0x203E5F914B020110 FFFF027000120300 Type-02 127002 1208322
28 Feb 2003 16:41:47
System Specific Events
OEM SensorType 12, EventType 71
Missing components are determined at the time of a power-on request. They cause a failure in the
request and cause the event to be logged.
Data2
Data3
Missing Component
0x0C-0F
Power Pod 0-3
0x20-23
CPU 0-3
0x1E
0x01
Cooling Unit 1
0x1E
0x01
Cooling Unit 3
0x1E
0x03
Cooling Unit 3
Chassis Control Event Codes
For BMC rev 1.41+, an SEL event is logged for each ChassisControl event, whether it’s
generated by an IPMI request, or a sensor event.
Later revisions of iLO MP firmware recognize the triplet (12:70:A3) as Chassis Control.
The EventData fields are as follows:
■
Data1: 0xA3 (indicating OEM data in Data2 and Data3, and OEM offset 3)
■
Data2:
❏
[7] 0 = Request generated by a Sensor Event
❏ 1 = IPMI request
❏ [6-4] Reserved
❏ [3-0] ChassisControl command
■ Data3: Sensor Number or IPMI Request Origin
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Chassis Control Commands
Command
Description
0x00
Hard Power Off
0x01
Power On
0x03
Hard Reset
0x04
NMI/TOC/INIT
0x0D
Soft Shutdown and Restart
0x0E
Soft Shutdown
Sensor Numbers
Sensor Number
Description
0x04
Power Button
0x0E
Wake on Lan
0x11-13
Cooling Units
0x40-41
Power Supplies
0xCD-D3, 0xD5-D6
Voltage Sensors
0xD8
Ambient Temp
0xD9-DA
CPU Temps
0xFA
ACPI
IPMI Origins
Number
Source
0x01
BT
0x03
CLI
0x07
IP MB
0x08
I2C1
0x09
I2C2
0x0F
KCS0
0x10
KCS1
0x11
KCS2
0x1F
System Power Thread
(Used by Power Restore Policy)
For example:
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Data2
80 03
81 03
80 01
83 03
00 FA
00 D9
01 0E
Data3
ipmi req from the CLI thd for CHASSIS_CONTROL_POWER_DOWN (“p 0”)
ipmi req from the CLI thd for CHASSIS_CONTROL_POWER_UP (“p 1”)
ipmi req from via BT for CHASSIS_CONTROL_POWER_DOWN
ipmi/RS req from the CLI thd for CHASSIS_CONTROL_HARD_RESET
CHASSIS_CONTROL_POWER_DOWN req from the ACPI sensor (S5)
CHASSIS_CONTROL_POWER_DOWN req from CPU0 temp sensor
CHASSIS_CONTROL_POWER_UP req from WakeOnLan sensor
Events Without Sensors
The BMC logs these events with a “sensor number” of 0; there is no matching SDR entry.
Triplet
Event
data2
data3
Notes
10:70:64
SEL almost full
1F
%full
The BMC logs this when the SEL is
75% full
12:70:04
BMC entering firmware
update mode
12:70:05
SFW flash lnlock
System firmware update in
progress
12:70:06
Front panel lock
Disables all power and reset
requests from ipmi or sensors
12:F0:06
Front panel unlock
12:70:07
Firmware update app:
starting component update
12:F0:07
Firmware update app:
ending component update
12:70:80
BMC entering special
mode
Mode
–
Mode is a bit-map:
Bit 0: Shmoo
Bit 1: MfgTest
Bit 2: Shutdown override
Bit 3: Fixed fan speed
Bit 4: Mfg
Bits 7-5: unused, set to 0
12:70:A1
BMC firmware initializing
1D:70:00
BMC cold reset
1D:70:01
BMC warm reset
1D:70:02
BMC cold reset after SDRR
update
Major FW Minor
rev
FW rev
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Replacement Parts
This appendix provides replacement parts information for the rx2600 server and the zx6000
workstation.
This appendix addresses the following topics:
■
“HP zx6000 Workstation Replacement Parts” (page 138)
■
“HP Integrity rx2600 Server Replacement Parts” (page 143)
You can find complete and current information on supported accessories and components on the
web at:
http://partsurfer.hp.com
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HP zx6000 Workstation Replacement Parts
This section provides information on the zx6000 workstation replacement parts. An exploded
view of the parts and a parts list is included.
zx6000 Workstation Parts Illustrations
This view provides parts identification illustrations. See the replacement parts list to identify part
numbers.
1
2
5
6
3
7
23
4
24
22
9
11
21
2
8
19
20
19
1
102
81
102
81
12
14
18
17
15
13
16
Exploded View of zx6000 Parts
NOTE: Use the correct fans for the server, as shown by footnotes in the diagram
above:
1. Pedestal-mount server
2. Rack-mount server
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rx6000 Workstation Replacement Parts List
Use this parts list whenever ordering parts for the zx6000 workstation.
This list is for reference only and is subject to change. You can find the latest parts information
on the web at:
http://partsurfer.hp.com
Item
Description
Replacement Exchange
System Components
3
zx6000 workstation system board
A7231-67510
A7231-69510
20
zx6000 workstation AGP board
A7231-66540
N/A
22
Power supply interface module
A7231-04018
N/A
N/A
SCSI backplane
A7231-66520
A7231-69520
15
Status panel
A7231-66550
N/A
Processor
6
Intel Itanium 2, 900 MHz
A7231-62039
A7231-69039
6
Intel Itanium 2, 1.0 GHz
A7231-62030
A7231-69030
6
Intel Itanium 2, 1.3 GHz
A9666-67010
A9666-69010
6
Intel Itanium 2, 1.5 GHz
A9667-67010
A9667-69010
N/A
Processor Tool
A7231-67046
N/A
A7835-69001
Hard Drives
18
36 GB 10 krpm, Ultra 160 SCSI, Carbon
A7835-64001
18
36 GB 10 krpm, Ultra 320 SCSI, Carbon
A7835-64002 A7835-69002
18
36 GB, 10 krpm, Ultra 320 SCSI, Carbon/Port
A7835-64003 A7835-69003
18
36 GB,15 krpm, Ultra320 SCSI, Carbon
A7836-64001 A7836-69001
18
36 GB, 15 krpm, Ultra 320 SCSI, Carbon/Port
A9896-64001 A9896-69001
18
73 GB 10 krpm, Ultra 160 SCSI, Carbon
A7837-64001
A7837-69001
18
73 GB 15 krpm, Ultra 320 SCSI, Carbon
A7838-64001
A7838-69001
18
73 GB, 15 krpm, Ultra 320 SCSI, Carbon/Port
A9897-64001
A9897-69001
18
146 GB 10 krpm, Ultra320 SCSI, Carbon
A7839-64001
A7839-69001
18
146 GB, 10 krpm, Ultra320 SCSI, Carbon/Port
A9898-64001
A9898-69001
Memory
2
256 MB PC2100 ECC registered DDR-SDRAM
A6833-60001 A6833-69001
2
512 MB PC2100 ECC registered DDR-SDRAM
A6746-60001
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Item
Description
Replacement Exchange
2
1.0 GB PC2100 ECC registered DDR-SDRAM
A6834-60001 A6834-69001
2
2.0 GB PC2100 ECC registered DDR-SDRAM
A7843-67001
A7843-69001
Power Supply
12
600W power supply-ac
A6874-63000 A6874-69000
4
Processor power pod
0950-4294
N/A
Graphics Cards
21
ATI FireGL 4
A7226-60520 A7226-69520
21
ATI, Fire GLX1, AGP
313287-001
312523-001
21
ATI, Fire GLZ1, AGP
313286-001
N/A
21
ATI Radeon 7000
A8049-60520 A8049-69520
21
nVIDIA Quatro2 EX
A7806-60510
21
nVIDIA Quatro4 900XGL
A8064-60520 A8064-69520
21
nVIDIA Quadro4 980XGL
308961-001
21
DVI-I to DB15 Cable
A6046-63001 N/A
A7806-69510
313285-001
I/O Cards
A–140
21
10/100BT Ethernet
P3492-63000
N/A
21
100BT Ethernet
B5509-66001
N/A
21
Single channel ultra 160 SCSI adapter
A6829-60001
N/A
21
SCSI adapter, dual port HVD/FW, PCI bus
A5159-60001
N/A
21
LAN adapter,1000 SX Gigabit
A6847-67101
N/A
21
LAN adapter,1000 SX Gigabit
A6825-67001
N/A
21
Fibre channel card, 2Gb, single port
A6795-62001
A6795-69001
21
100BTX Four Port
A5506-60102
A5506-69102
21
100BaseT PCI LAN adapter and L
B5509-66001
N/A
21
FireWire
5185-8203
N/A
21
Audio card
A7784-60501
N/A
17
iLO MP card
A7231-66580
A7231-69580
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Item
Description
Replacement Exchange
10
Super 80mm fan (zx6000 rack)
A7231-04014
N/A
11
Thin 80mm fan (zx6000 rack)
A7231-04015
N/A
9
Dual fan (zx6000 pedestal and rack)
A7231-04033
N/A
8
Standard 80mm fan (zx6000 pedestal)
A7231-04017
N/A
Fans
Cables
N/A
IDE cable
A7231-63002
N/A
23
SCSI cable A
A7231-63017
N/A
24
SCSI cable B
A7231-63018
N/A
14
Status panel cable
A7231-63003
N/A
N/A
Audio cable
8121-0808
N/A
N/A
Disk power cable
A7231-63004
N/A
N/A
80mm fan cable
A7231-63006
N/A
N/A
Super 80mm fan cable
A7231-63005
N/A
N/A
DVI-I to DB15, converter dongle
A6064-63001 N/A
Plastic Covers/Metal Latches and Chassis
N/A
Right-side rack latch
A7231-04023
N/A
N/A
Right-side rack bezel (carbon)
A7231-04038
N/A
N/A
Left-side rack bezel (carbon) and Latch
A7231-04039
N/A
N/A
Optical drive blank (carbon)
A7231-40027
N/A
N/A
Hard disk drive blank (carbon)
A6198-60003
N/A
1
Server cover
A7231-04003
N/A
N/A
Rack nameplate (zx6000 rack)
A7231-40032
N/A
5
Main airflow guide (plastic)
A7231-04034
N/A
7
Front half of the airflow guide (metal)
A7231-04004
N/A
19
PCI/AGP cage
A7231-04006
N/A
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Item
Description
Replacement Exchange
Pedestal and Rack Kit
N/A
Pedestal pedestal
A7231-04028
N/A
N/A
Pedestal pedestal covers
A7231-04041
N/A
N/A
Pedestal front panel
A7231-40040
N/A
N/A
Pedestal top cover
A7231-40036
N/A
N/A
Pedestal nameplate
A7231-40039
N/A
N/A
Rack standard slide, middle weight
5064-9670
N/A
N/A
Rack cable management arm
5065-5963
N/A
Optical Devices
16
DVD drive, Slimline, Carbon
A7231-67012
A7231-69012
16
CD-RW/DVD drive, Slimline, Carbon
A7231-62014
A7231-69014
Keyboards and Mice
A–142
N/A
KBD, USB, Trad. Chinese, PC-104, Quartz
A7861-65323
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Korean, PC-106, Quartz
A7861-65321
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, US English, PC-104, Quartz
A7861-65301
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, German, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65303
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Spanish, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65304
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, French, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65305
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Swiss, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65311
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, UK English, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65313
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Japan, JIS-109, Quartz
A7861-65324
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Italian, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65317
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Simple Chinese, PC-104, Quartz
A7861-65322
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Intl. English, PC-104, Quartz
A7861-65342
N/A
N/A
3-button scroll mouse, USB
A4983-60101
N/A
N/A
3-button mouse, USB
A4983-60111
N/A
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HP Integrity rx2600 Server Replacement Parts
This section provides information on the rx2600 server replacement parts. An exploded view of
the parts and a parts list is included.
rx2600 Server Parts Illustrations
This view provides parts identification illustrations. See the replacement parts list to identify part
numbers.
1
2
6
5
3
7
23
4
24
22
9
11
10
10
21
12
19
20
19
14
18
17
15
13
16
Exploded View of the rx2600 Parts
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rx2600 Replacement Parts List
This list is for reference only and is subject to change. You can see the latest parts information on
the web at:
http://partsurfer.hp.com.
Item
Description
Replacement Exchange
System Components
3
rx2600 system board
A7231-66010
A7231-69010
20
PCI board
A7231-66530
N/A
22
Power supply interface module
A7231-04018
N/A
N/A
SCSI backplane
A7231-66520
A7231-69520
15
Status panel
A7231-66550
N/A
Processor
6
Intel Itanium 2, 900 MHz
A7231-62034
A7231-69034
6
Intel Itanium 2, 1.0 GHz
A7231-62030
A7231-69030
6
Intel Itanium 2, 1.3 GHz
A9666-67010
A9666-69010
6
Intel Itanium 2, 1.5 GHz
A9667-67010
A9667-69010
N/A
Processor Tool
A7231-67046
N/A
Hard Drives
18
36 GB 10 krpm, Ultra 160 SCSI, Flint
A6724-64001
A6538-69001
18
36 GB 10 krpm, Ultra 160 SCSI, Flint
N/A
A6571-69001
18
36 GB,15krpm, Ultra320 SCSI, Flint
A6981-64001
A7329-69001
18
36 GB, 15 krpm, Ultra 320 SCSI, Carbon/Port
A9896-64001 A9896-69001
18
73 GB 10 krpm, Ultra 160 SCSI, Flint
A6725-64001
A6539-69001
18
73 GB 10 krpm, Ultra 160 SCSI, Flint
N/A
A7285-69001
18
73 GB 15K Ultra 320 SCSI, Flint
A6983-64001
A7286-69001
18
73 GB, 15 krpm, Ultra 320 SCSI, Carbon/Port
A9897-64001
A9897-69001
18
146 GB 10K Ultra 320 SCSI, Flint
A6984-64001 A7287-69001
18
146 GB, 10 krpm, Ultra320 SCSI, Carbon/Port
A9898-64001
2
256 MB PC2100 ECC registered DDR-SDRAM
A6833-60001 A6833-69001
2
512 MB PC2100 ECC registered DDR-SDRAM
A6746-60001
2
1.0 GB PC2100 ECC registered DDR-SDRAM
A6834-60001 A6834-69001
A9898-69001
Memory
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Item
Description
Replacement Exchange
2
2.0 GB PC2100 ECC registered DDR-SDRAM
A7843-67001
A7843-69001
Power Supply
12
600W power supply-ac
A6874-63000 A6874-69000
4
Processor power pod
0950-4294
N/A
I/O Cards
21
For supported I/O cards, visit: http://partsurfer.hp.com
17
iLO MP card
A7231-66580
A7231-69580
10
Super 80mm fan (rx2600 pedestal and rack)
A7231-04014
N/A
11
Thin 80mm fan (rx2600 pedestal and rack)
A7231-04015
N/A
9
Dual fan (rx2600 pedestal and rack)
A7231-04033
N/A
N/A
IDE cable
A7231-63002
N/A
23
SCSI cable A
A7231-63017
N/A
24
SCSI cable B
A7231-63018
N/A
14
Status panel cable
A7231-63003
N/A
N/A
Audio cable
8121-4373
N/A
N/A
Disk power cable
A7231-63004
N/A
N/A
80mm fan cable
A7231-63006
N/A
N/A
Super 80mm fan cable
A7231-63005
N/A
N/A
DVI-I to DB15, converter dongle
A6064-63001 N/A
Fans
Cables
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Item
Description
Replacement Exchange
Plastic Covers/Metal Latches and Chassis
N/A
Right-side rack latch
A7231-04023
N/A
N/A
Right-side rack bezel (grey)
A7231-04025
N/A
N/A
Right-side rack bezel (graphite)
A7231-04053
N/A
N/A
Left-side rack bezel (grey) and Latch
A7231-04030
N/A
N/A
Left-side rack bezel (graphite) and Latch
A7231-04055
N/A
N/A
Optical drive blank (graphite)
A7231-40027
N/A
N/A
Hard drive blank (graphite)
A6198-60003
N/A
N/A
Optical drive blank (grey)
A7231-40026
N/A
N/A
Hard disk drive blank (grey)
A6198-60002
N/A
1
System cover
A7231-04003
N/A
N/A
Management cover plate
A7231-00072
N/A
5
Main airflow guide (plastic)
A7231-04034
N/A
7
Front half of the airflow guide (metal)
A7231-04004
N/A
19
PCI/AGP cage
A7231-04006
N/A
N/A
Rack nameplate
A7231-40003
N/A
N/A
Pedestal nameplate
A7231-40025
N/A
Pedestal and Rack Kit for the rx2600
N/A
Pedestal
A7231-04028
N/A
N/A
Pedestal covers
A7231-04036
N/A
N/A
Pedestal front panel
A7231-40026
N/A
N/A
Pedestal top cover
A7231-40021
N/A
N/A
Rack standard slide, middle weight
5064-9670
N/A
N/A
Rack cable management arm
5065-5963
N/A
Optical Devices
A–146
16
DVD drive, Slimline, Gray
A7231-62011
A7231-69011
16
DVD drive, Slimline, Carbon
A7231-67012
A7231-69012
16
CD-RW/DVD drive, Slimline, Gray
A7851-62015
A7851-69015
16
CD-RW/DVD drive, Slimline, Carbon
A7231-62024
A7231-69024
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Item
Description
Replacement Exchange
Keyboards and Mice
N/A
KBD, USB, Trad. Chinese, PC-104, Quartz
A7861-65323
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Korean, PC-106, Quartz
A7861-65321
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, US English, PC-104, Quartz
A7861-65301
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, German, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65303
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Spanish, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65304
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, French, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65305
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Swiss, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65311
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, UK English, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65313
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Japan, JIS-109, Quartz
A7861-65324
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Italian, PC-105, Quartz
A7861-65317
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Simple Chinese, PC-104, Quartz
A7861-65322
N/A
N/A
KBD, USB, Intl. English, PC-104, Quartz
A7861-65342
N/A
N/A
3-button scroll mouse, USB
A4983-60101
N/A
N/A
3-button mouse, USB
A4983-60111
N/A
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Server Accessories
This appendix provides information about the graphics cards and mass storage devices supported
on the HP Integrity rx2600 server and HP workstation zx6000.
This appendix addresses the following topics:
■
“Graphics Cards” (page 149)
■
“Mass Storage” (page 153)
For a list of server components and part numbers, see Appendix A.
You can find more information on supported accessories and components on the web at:
http://www.hp.com/go/bizsupport
Graphics Cards
HP Integrity rx2600 server and HP workstation zx6000 servers with iLO MP cards support a
VGA monitor connected to the VGA port on the iLO MP card.
zx6000 workstations that do not have an iLO MP card are available with a range of AGP graphics
cards:
■
Graphics cards may include an 15-pin connector, an 18-pin connector, or both. Only one
connecting cable is needed for each monitor.
■
Some video cards are pre-installed in the server, while others are packaged separately and
shipped with the server. If your server did not ship with a pre-installed graphics card, you
must install the card and load the drivers. See the documentation included with your graphics
card for instructions.
NOTE: If you are running HP-UX or Linux with a graphics card but choose not to run X Server,
there are several ways to prevent X Server from starting automatically.
Supported Graphics Cards for Servers With no iLO MP Card
Depending on the OS on your server, you may have one of the following graphics cards.
You can find a complete and current list of supported cards on the web at:
http://www.hp.com/go/bizsupport
Type of Card HP-UX
Linux
Windows
High End 3D
nVIDIA Quadro4 900XGL
nVIDIA Quadro4 980XGL
nVIDIA Quadro4 900XGL
nVIDIA Quadro4 980XGL
ATI FIRE GL X1/Z1
ATI FIRE GL 4
ATI FIRE GL X1/Z1
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Type of Card HP-UX
Linux
Entry 3D
nVIDIA Quadro2 EX
Professional 2D ATI Radeon 7000
ATI Radeon 7000
■
Windows
ATI Radeon 7000
For more detailed information about your graphics card, see the manufacturer’s web site at:
❏
www.ati.com (ATI)
❏
www.NVIDIA.com (NVIDIA)
Selecting a Monitor
Use the supported resolutions and frequencies to select the appropriate monitor for your graphics
card. Frequencies of 75-85Hz and higher (depending on monitor size) provide ergonomic
flicker-free viewing on analog CRT monitors. On displays using DVI never flicker, the refresh
rate changes the speed at which the image is updated. Anything over 48 frames per second is
considered smooth motion.
If the monitor you select is DDC-2B or DDC-2B+ compliant, the graphics card automatically
limits itself to the resolutions and frequencies supported by that monitor. In this case, you do not
need to use the tables in this section to select your monitor. If the display mode you want is
supported by your video card and monitor, but not part of VESA or is not programmed into the
monitor’s DDC, you may override the defaults.
In the tables below, the following applies:
■
Only common resolutions are listed. Other intermediate resolutions are possible.
■
High frequencies may not be available at all color depths.
CAUTION: To prevent possible damage to your monitor, make sure you select a monitor that supports
the resolutions and frequencies you want to use.
Supported Resolutions and Frequencies
ATI FIRE GL 4
Analog Monitor with DB-15 Connector
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
1920×1200
60,
60,
60,
60,
75,
75,
75,
75,
85,
85,
85,
85,
100
100
100
100
Digital Monitor with DVI Connector
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Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
60, 75
60, 75
60
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Support for two analog or digital monitors. You can set resolutions and refresh rates
independently for two connected displays.
Analog or Digital Monitor with DB-15 Connector
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
1920×1200
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75
85, 100
85, 100
85, 100
85
Digital Monitor with DVI Connector
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
60, 75
60, 75
60, 75
60
ATI RADEON 7000
Analog Monitor with DB-15 Connector
This can operate with two analog monitors using included converter dongle.
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
1920×1200
2048×1536
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
72, 75, 85, 90, 100, 120, 160, 200
70, 72, 75, 85, 90, 100, 120, 160, 200
70, 72, 75, 85, 90, 100, 120, 140, 150, 160, 200
70, 75, 85, 90, 100, 125, 130, 140
66, 70, 72, 75, 76, 85, 90, 100
72, 75, 76, 80, 85
66
Digital Monitor with DVI Connector
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
60,
60,
60,
60,
60
75
75
75
75
NVIDIA Quadro4 900XGL
Analog Monitor with DB-15 Connector
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Includes two built-in digital video ports with analog converter cables.
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
1920×1200
2048×1536
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75
85,
85,
85,
85,
85,
85,
100,
100,
100,
100,
100,
100
120,
120,
120,
120,
120
140,
140,
140,
140,
144,
144,
144,
144,
150, 170, 200, 240
150, 170, 200, 240
150, 170, 200, 240
150
140,
140,
140,
140,
144,
144,
144,
144,
150, 170, 200, 240
150, 170, 200, 240
150, 170, 200, 240
150
Digital Monitor with DVI Connector
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
60
60
60
60
60
NVIDIA Quadro4 980XGL
Analog Monitor with DB-15 Connector
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
1920×1200
2048×1536
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75
85,
85,
85,
85,
85,
85,
100,
100,
100,
100,
100,
100
120,
120,
120,
120,
120
Digital Monitor with DVI Connector
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Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
60
60
60
60
60
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Analog Monitor with DB-15 Connector
Display Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
1600×1200
1920×1200
2048×1536
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
60,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
70,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
72,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75,
75
85,
85,
85,
85,
85,
85,
100,
100,
100,
100,
100,
100
120,
120,
120,
120,
120
140,
140,
140,
140,
144,
144,
144,
144,
150,
150,
150,
150,
170, 200, 240
170, 200, 240
170, 200, 240
170
Mass Storage
Supported Hard Drives
The server supports up to three 3.5-inch (1-inch high) hard disks that may be supplied with the
server (type and quantity depends on model) on internal shelves, connected to the SCSI
controller.
SCSI (10 krpm)
SCSI (15 krpm)
Capacity
36.4 GB, 73.4 GB, 146 GB 36.4 GB, 73.4 GB
Interface
Ultra 320 SCSI
Ultra 320 SCSI
Average seek time (read)
4.9ms
3.8ms
Track-to-Track Seek Time (read) 0.55ms
0.4ms
Full Stroke Seek Time (read)
9.2ms
6.7ms
Buffer size
8 MB data buffer
8 MB data buffer
Supported Optical Drives
CD-RW drive
The CD-RW drive includes the following features:
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■
■
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■
■
■
■
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CD data disk (Mode 1 and Mode 2)
Photo-CD Multisession
Video CD
CD-DA
CD-I FMW
CD XA Mode 2 (Form 1 & 2)
Enhanced CD (CD-Plus, CD-Extra, Pre-gap, Mixed)
MPC III compliant
Interface type: E-IDE/ATAPI, supports Ultra DMA 33
DVD
Readable disks:
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■
■
■
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CD/CD (12cm, 8cm)
CD-R
CD-RW
DVD
DVD-R
DVD-RW
DVD+R
DVD+RW
Writable disks:
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■
CD-R
CD-RW
Write/Read Speed
Write (CD-R) 2× to 8×
Write (CD-R/W) 2×
CD Read 24× (maximum)
DVD Read 8× (read only)
DVD-RAM 4× (read only)
DVD+R 8× (read only)
DVD+RW 4× (read only)
Data capacity
650 MB or up to 74 minutes of audio per disc
700 MB or up to 80 minutes of audio per extended disk
547 MB in CD-UDF data format
Data transfer rate
(max.)
600 KB/sec, 3600KB/sec (CD), 10,800KB (DVD)
Access Time
< 100ms
Loading Type
Manual tray
Mounting Type
Horizontal or Vertical
Data Buffer Capacity 2 MB
Rotation Method
• Constant Angular Velocity (CAV)
• Constant Linear Velocity
Reliability
MTBF 60,000 POH
DVD drive
The DVD drive includes the following features:
Supported CD formats:
■
CD Mode 1 and 2 data disk
■
Photo-CD Multisession
■
CD Audio disk
■
Mixed mode CD disk (data and audio)
■
CD XA, CD-I, CD-Extra, CD-R, CD-RW
Supported DVD formats:
■
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DVD-R (4.7 GB/3.9 GB)
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DVD-RAM (4.7 GB/2.6 GB)
■
DVD-RW
■
DVD+RW
Interface: E-IDE/ATAPI, Support Ultra DMA 33.
Data Capacity:
DVD
DVD-RAM
DVD-R
DVD+R
DVD+RW
CD
Up to 8.5 GB/side
4.7 GB/side
4.7 GB/side
4.7 GB/side
4.7 GB/side
650 MB
Data Transfer Rate
8× (maximum) DVD/DVD+R
24× (maximum) CD
4× (maximum) DVD-RAM
4× (maximum) DVD+RW
Loading Type
Manual tray
Access Time
120ms (DVD)
90ms (CD)
210ms (DVD-RAM)
Data Buffer Capacity
256 KB
Acoustic Noise
45 dB
Reliability
MTBF 60,000 POH
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System Board
This appendix provides an overview of the system board and describes the key components.
This appendix addresses the following topics:
■
“System Board Overview“ (page 158)
■
“Intel Itanium 2 Processor“ (page 159)
■
“zx1 I/O and Memory Controller“ (page 159)
■
“zx1 AGP/PCI Bus Interface“ (page 159)
■
“Dual Serial Controller“ (page 160)
■
“Field Programmable Gate Array“ (page 160)
■
“Baseboard Management Controller“ (page 160)
■
“SCSI Controller“ (page 161)
■
“IDE Interface“ (page 161)
■
“10/100 BT Management LAN“ (page 161)
■
“1 GB System LAN“ (page 161)
■
“USB Connectors“ (page 162)
■
“Chip Spare Functionality“ (page 162)
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INTEL 82550
(550B LP-FP0)
(550C FP2-product)
Manag. &
std LAN
10/100
IDE
CDRW
& DVDR
CMD 649
6
PCI 33/32
I/O Bus
Interface
SERVER I/O RISER
PCI-X 133 “slot1”
I/O Bus
Interface
I/O Bus
Interface
I/O Bus
Interface
I/O Bus
Interface
ROPE 0
DMD
ROPE 1
266 MHz 8b data
500MB/s per rope
I/O and
Memory
Controller
SCSI BACKPLANE (SE-LVDS SCA-2 80PIN)
HDD #1
HDD #2
HDD #3
I/O Bus
Interface
WORKSTATION I/O RISER
PCI-X 133
PCI-X 133
PCI-X 133
USB
AGP 4.X 1.5V
NEC uPD720100
Keyboard
Mouse
USB
2.0
PCI-X 133 “slot1”
2
I/O Bus
Interface
I/O Bus
Interface
3
I/O Bus
Interface
PCI-X 133 “slot1”
ROPE NUMBER
4&5
PCI-X 133 “slot1”
CPU
200MHz
6.4GB/s peak data bandwidth
CPU
LAN
10/100/
1G
PCI 66/64
BMC FLASH 1MB
LSI 1030
SCSI
U320
(external (se-lvds 68p)
Channel A
Channel B
LPC
Bus
PDH Bus
BMC SRAM 512KB
(on battery, scratch RAM
+ NVM + FPL forward
progress log)
FPGA
Controller
Broadcom 5701
I/O Bus
Interface
PDH
Controller
133 MHz bus clock
266 MT/s data rate
8.5GB/s peak data bandwidth
DIMM
DIMM
DIMM
DIMM
DIMM
DIMM
MEMORY
DIMM
DIMM
DIMM
DIMM
DIMM
BMC
Bus
etc..
12C
DIAG LEDs
LAN100 BT
Remote
Access
Ports
VGA
COM 1
COM2
serial port
System/BM
console
& serial port
Note: for exact archtecture see BSTO
ON-OFF
modem
console
VGA
LAN
activity
LED STATUS PANEL
LOCATOR
EXAR
16C2550CM
(FP2-product)
DUART
RTC
(on battery, scratch)
RAM + NVM)
512KB
FMW SRAM
8MB
FMW Flash
EXTENDED CORE I/O - ECI
batt. SRAM
DRAM
Flash
etc...
I/O Bus
Interface
12C, etc...
Baseboard
Management
Controller
(BMC)
industry standard DDR266 DIMM
System Board
System Board Overview
This section provides a block diagram of the system board.
Block Diagram of the System Board
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Intel Itanium 2 Processor
The Intel Itanium 2 processor provides the following features:
■
Eight-stage pipeline, six general-purpose ALUs, two integer units, one shift unit, four
floating-point units
■
Split L1 cache:
■
■
❏
16 KB, 4-way set associative data cache
❏
16 KB, 4-way set associative instruction cache
❏
64 byte line size
Unified L2 cache:
❏
256 KB, 8-way set associative
❏
128 byte line size
Unified L3 cache:
❏
1.5 MB, 6-way set associative (900 MHz)
❏
3 MB, 12-way set associative (1 GHz)
❏
3 MB, 12-way set associative (1.3 GHz)
❏
6 MB, 24-way set associative (1.5 MHz)
❏
128 byte line size
Processor Bus
The Intel Itanium 2 processor bus (Front Side Bus, FSB) runs at 200 MHz. Data on the FSB are
transferred at a double data rate, which allows a peak FSB bandwidth of 6.4 GB/sec.
zx1 I/O and Memory Controller
The rx2600 and zx6000 support the following features of the zx1 I/O and memory controller
chip:
■
3.3 GB/s peak I/O bandwidth through seven concurrent I/O links.
■
Peak memory bandwidth of 8.5 GB/s.
■
Two memory cells, 144 data bits each.
zx1 AGP/PCI Bus Interface
The zx1 AGP/PCI bus interface provides these features:
■
Provides industry standard AGP 1× and 2× support for legacy graphics, and AGP 4× for
current high performance graphics.
■
Provides industry standard PCI 33MHz & 66MHz, PCI-X 66MHz to 133MHz, 32 or 64 data
bit support.
■
Supports AGP fast writes (only to addresses less than 4 GB).
■
Supports 3.3V or Universal keyed PCI cards. 5V keyed PCI cards are not supported.
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Uses peer-to-peer (P2P) subset that is required by the AGP specification (write-only, PCI
cycles).
Dual Serial Controller
The dual serial controller is a dual universal asynchronous receiver and transmitter (DUART).
This chip provides enhanced UART functions with 16-byte FIFOs, a modem control interface.
Registers on this chip provide onboard error indications and operation status. An internal
loopback capability provides onboard diagnostics.
Features include the following:
■
Data rates up to 115.2kbps
■
16550A fully compatible controller
■
A 16-byte transmit FIFO to reduce the bandwidth requirement of the external CPU
■
A 16-byte receive FIFO with four selectable interrupt trigger levels and error flags to reduce
the bandwidth requirement of the external CPU
■
UART control that provides independent transmit and receive
■
Modem control signals (-CTS, -RTS, -DSR, -DTR, -RI, -CD, and software controllable line
break)
■
Programmable character lengths (5, 6, 7, 8) with even, odd, or no parity
■
A status report register
Field Programmable Gate Array
The field programmable gate array (FPGA) provides ACPI and LPC support for HP Intel Itanium
2 platforms based on HP chipsets. This controller provides the following features:
■
ACPI 2.0 interface
■
LPC bus interface to support BMC
■
Decoding logic for PDH devices
Baseboard Management Controller
The BMC supports the industry-standard IPMI specification. This specification describes the
management features that are built into the system board. These features include: both local and
remote diagnostics console support, configuration management, hardware management, and
troubleshooting.
The BMC provides the following:
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Compliance with IPMI 1.0
■
Tachometer inputs for fan speed monitoring
■
Pulse width modulator outputs for fan speed control
■
Push-button inputs for front panel buttons and switches
■
One serial port, multiplexed with the server console port
■
Remote access and intelligent chassis management bus (IC MB) support
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Three I2C master/slave ports (one of the ports is used for Intelligent platform management
bus (IP MB))
■
Low pin count (LPC) bus provides access to three keyboard controller style (KCS) and
one-block transfer (BT) interface
■
32-bit ARM7 RISC processor
■
160-pin low profile flat pack (LQFP) package
■
Firmware is provided for the following interfaces:
❏
IPMI
❏
IP MB
SCSI Controller
The SCSI controller is an LSI Logic 53C1030 chip. This chip is fully compliant with the SCSI
Peripheral Interface-4 Specification (SPI-4). It has two independent SCSI channels supporting
devices at speeds up to 320 MB/sec each.
IDE Interface
The IDE interface provides support for an internal CD-RW or a DVD reader through an internal
IDE connector and cable. This interface supports the master capability.
The IDE controller (PCI649) supports the ATAPI zero (0) to five (5) modes (from 16 to 100
MB/s). The usable speed on this system is limited to 16MHz (ATA-33 mode, 33 MB/s) because
the slimline CD/DVD devices do not support the ATA-66 and 100 modes.
The primary IDE channel is the only channel that is implemented. The IDE cable provides only
one drive connector, of the master type, for the optical storage peripheral.
10/100 BT Management LAN
The 10/100 BT LAN port provides the following:
■
Basic remote manageability features on the core system.
■
A management LAN interface for operating system level manageability applications such as
Toptools.
■
The LAN controller is an Intel 82550 chip.
■
Power-On-LAN is an additional feature that the LAN controller provides. Power-On-LAN
allows you the ability to power up a system remotely through the LAN by sending special
LAN packets to the system to be powered on.
1 GB System LAN
The 1 GB system LAN provides the following:
■
Main system LAN
■
10/100/1000 Mb capable
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USB Connectors
The USB connectors provide the following:
■
High speed 480 Mb/sec. capable
■
Full speed 12 Mb/sec. and low speed 1.5 Mb/sec.
■
Support for USB keyboard and mouse:
❏
HP-UX supports HP USB keyboard and mouse
❏
Linux supports all 1.1 USB devices
❏
Windows supports USB keyboard and mouse
Chip Spare Functionality
This functionality is only for rx2600 servers.
Chip spare enables an entire DDR SDRAM chip on a DIMM to be bypassed in the event that a
multi-bit error is detected on the DDR SDRAM. In order to use the chip spare functionality on
the server, you can only use DIMMs built with ×4 DDR SDRAM parts. These DIMMs must be
loaded in quads.
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Index
A
accessories
graphics cards 149
mass storage devices 149
accessory card
removing and replacing 83
slots 15
active standard error devices 37
administrator 38
advanced system configuration menu 38
AGP
card features 15
card, removing and replacing 83
PCI, bus interface 159
zx6000 slots 31
airflow guides
removing and replacing 76
altitude 18
autoboot timeout
disable 34
set 34
B
battery
iLO MP card, removing and replacing 104
system, removing and replacing 103
bezel 65, 68, 70
BMC
accessing 53
accessing logs 131
commands 54
overview 160
boot 39
boot option maintenance menu 30
bootable devices 39
bootnext setting
manage 33
reset 34
C
cache 38, 159
CD-RW drive 153
chip
revision 40
spare functionality 162
commands
BMC CLI 131
EFI 23
iLO MP 48
IPMI 55
configurations 13
connectors 20
console
select active output devices 35
covers
removing and replacing side and top 65
D
default 37
diagnostic
HP IPF offline and utilities CD 125
software tools 124
dimensions 16
DIMMs 80
disk activity LEDs 19
downloading firmware 60
dual serial controller 160
DVD 15, 87, 154
E
e-buzzer 19, 109
e-DiagTools 124, 127
EFI
access remotely 22
accessing 21
commands 23
editor 28
error and warning messages 129
menu options 21
scripts 28
shell 21, 22
electrostatic discharge 64
EMI 64
environmental specifications 18
ESD 64
extensible firmware interface (see EFI) 21
F
features 14
field programmable gate array 160
firmware
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description 14
information 39
installing upgrade 60
upgrades 60
version 21
footprint 16
FPGA 160
FPL 131
frequency 151
front bezel, removing and replacing 68, 70
front panel 19
front side bus 159
FSB 159
card, removing and replacing 88
description 41
LAN LEDs 20
port 20
iLO MP card battery
removing and replacing 104
install parts 61
installing firmware 60
IPMI
commands 55
events 131
specification 160
itanium 159
G
J
graphics
card 110
controllers 15
overview 149
jumper 40
H
L
hard drive
backplane 106
backplane, removing and replacing 106
features 14
paths 31
removing and replacing 74
supported 153
help 38
hot-pluggable 71
hot-swappable 71
HP e-DiagTools 124, 127
HP-UX 14
humidity 18
LAN
connectors 16
front panel LEDs 122
LED 20
rear panel LEDs 122
system management 20
LED
diagnostic 111
disk activity 19
iLO MP LAN 20
LAN 20
locations, LAN 122
locator 19, 20
power 19
power and system 111
status panel, removing and replacing 92
system and diagnostic 19
system board diagnostic 123
system management LAN 20
using to troubleshoot 109
Linux 14
locator
button 19, 20
LED 19, 20
lock 20
I
I/O
bus interface 159
IDE
cable 87
interface 161
IDE controller
features 15
iLO MP
accessing using iLO MP LAN port 44
card 16, 149
K
keyboard 20
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M
matched quads 81
media boot 31
memory
controller, zx1 I/O 159
DIMMS problem 119
features 14
information 39
loading order 82
mismatched pairs 115
problem description 110
removing and replacing 80
removing and replacing memory airflow
guide 77
monitor
connector on graphics card 20
selecting 150
mouse 20
MS Windows 14
O
ODE 127
operating system 14
optical drive
features 15
removing and replacing 87
supported 153
P
password
add, change, delete 38
resetting 40
setting administrator and user 38
passwords 47
paths 30
PCI
accessory card slots 15
card problem 110
card, removing and replacing 83
rx2600 slots 31
zx6000 slots 31
ports 20
power
and system LEDs 111
comsumption and cooling 17
LED 19
supplies, removing and replacing 73
supply 110
supply, interface module, removing and replacing 104
processor
airflow guide, removing and replacing 78
bus 159
features 14
information 38
Itanium 2 159
problems 110
removing and replacing 93
PSI 104
R
rack-mount 13, 68
rear panel 20
removiing and replacing
side and top covers 65
removing and replacing
accessory cards 82
AGP card 83
airflow guides 76
front bezel 68, 70
graphics card 82
hard drive 74
hard drive backplane 106
iLO MP card 88
iLO MP card battery 104
LED status panel 92
memory 80
memory airflow guide 77
optical drive 87
PCI card 83
power supplies 73
power supply interface module 104
processor 93
processor airflow guide 78
system battery 103
system board 99
system fans 71
top cover 68
replacement parts list
rx2600 144
rx6000 139
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reset
configuration to default 37
password 40
resolution 151
S
scripts, EFI 28
SCSI
controller 161
controller, features 15
drive and path 31
security
setting passwords 38
SEL 109, 131
serial
ports 16
serial console port 20, 22
set system date and time 37
SL 112
standard physical characteristics 16
startup.nsh 28
support ticket, producing 126
system and diagnostic LED 19
system battery
removing and replacing 103
system board
block diagram 158
connectors and slots 63
diagnostic LEDs 123
key components 157
removing and replacing 99
system configuration menu 37
system event log 109
system fans
removing and replacing 71
system management LAN LEDs 20
T
temperature 18
terminal emulation 22, 43, 53
TOC button 20
tools 64
top cover, removing and replacing 68
tower 13, 65
troubleshooting 109, 111
U
USB 16, 20
user 38
utilities 21
V
VGA 15, 20, 149
video 82
graphics card 149
graphics controller 15
W
weight 16
Z
zx1
AGP/PCI bus interface 159
I/O and memory controller 159
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