HP NetServer LH 3/LH User guide

HP NetServer LH 3/LH User guide
HP NetServer LH 3/LH 3r
User Guide
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The user guide is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots
network servers. Hewlett-Packard Company assumes you are qualified in the
servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products
with hazardous energy levels.
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Contents
1 Introduction................................................................................................. 1
Verifying Contents.........................................................................................1
HP NetServer LH 3 Installation Procedures...............................................2
HP NetServer LH 3r Installation Procedures .............................................2
HP NetServer LH 3 to LH 3r Conversion Kit..............................................2
2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators ..................................................................3
Overview of Controls, Ports, and Indicators ..................................................3
Front Panel ...............................................................................................3
Rear Panel Controls, Ports, and Indicators................................................6
Connecting the NetServer to AC Power ....................................................7
Power-On Tests ........................................................................................8
3 Removing and Replacing Covers...............................................................9
NetServer Covers .........................................................................................9
Removing the HP NetServer LH 3 Covers .............................................. 10
Replacing the HP NetServer LH 3 Covers............................................... 12
Removing the HP NetServer LH 3r Covers ............................................. 12
Replacing the HP NetServer LH 3r Covers ............................................. 15
4 Installing Accessory Boards .................................................................... 17
Accessory Boards ....................................................................................... 17
The I/O Board ......................................................................................... 17
Installing Accessory Boards ........................................................................ 18
5 Installing Additional Memory ................................................................... 21
The System Board ...................................................................................... 21
Installing Additional Memory ....................................................................... 22
Installing Additional Memory in the LH 3 ................................................. 22
Installing Additional Memory in the LH 3r ................................................ 23
6 Installing Mass Storage Devices .............................................................. 27
Mass Storage.............................................................................................. 27
Supported Mass Storage Devices ........................................................... 27
SCSI Addressing..................................................................................... 28
Hot-Swap Mass Storage Cage ................................................................ 29
Installing a Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive..................................................... 32
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Removing a Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive .................................................. 37
Integrated HP NetRAID............................................................................... 37
7 Installing Additional Power Supplies....................................................... 39
Power Supplies ........................................................................................... 39
Installing Additional Power Supplies......................................................... 40
Ventilating Fans .......................................................................................... 40
8 Mounting the NetServer in a Rack............................................................ 41
Prevent Rack Tip-Over, Equipment Damage and Injury .............................. 41
These Instructions for the HP NetServer LH 3r Only ................................... 42
Overview and Terminology ......................................................................... 43
Determine HP Rack Enclosure Type ........................................................... 44
Type 1 and Type 2--Mounting the HP NetServer LH 3r in the Rack............. 45
Type 1 and Type 2 --What You Need to Know to Determine
Location of the Slides............................................................................. 47
Type 1--Locating and Mounting the Slides .............................................. 50
Type 2--Locating and Mounting the Slides .............................................. 52
Type 1 and Type 2--Completing the Installation .......................................... 55
9 Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, and UPS ............................ 63
10 Configuring the NetServer........................................................................ 65
Contents of the NetServer Navigator CD-ROM ........................................... 65
Obtaining NetServer Product History .......................................................... 65
Readme File ............................................................................................... 66
Viewing the Readme File ........................................................................ 66
Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant........................................ 66
Run Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant ............................ 67
Express Configuration............................................................................. 67
Custom Configuration ............................................................................. 70
Replicate Configuration........................................................................... 72
HP Management Solutions.......................................................................... 73
TopTools for Servers .............................................................................. 73
Integrated Remote Assistant ................................................................... 74
PcANYWHERE-32.................................................................................. 75
NetServer Utilities................................................................................... 75
User Preferences .................................................................................... 75
Symbios Configuration Utility ...................................................................... 75
ISA Non-Plug-and-Play Boards (Optional)................................................... 76
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Reserving Resources for ISA Non-Plug-and-Play Boards........................ 76
Configuring an ISA Non-Plug-and-Play Board ......................................... 77
11 HP Information Assistant......................................................................... 81
Overview ................................................................................................... 81
Using Information Assistant........................................................................ 81
Getting Help............................................................................................ 81
Finding Information................................................................................. 81
Copying and Printing Information ............................................................ 82
Installing HP Information Assistant Software .............................................. 83
Installing from the CD-ROM.................................................................... 83
12 Troubleshooting....................................................................................... 85
Troubleshooting Tools................................................................................ 85
Common Installation Problems .................................................................. 86
Troubleshooting Sequence...................................................................... 86
If the System Does Not Power On........................................................... 88
If the System Powers On, but Fails POST (Power-On Self Test)............. 88
If the System Passes POST (Power-On Self Test) but Does
Not Function ........................................................................................... 88
Error Messages.......................................................................................... 89
POST Error Codes.................................................................................. 90
13 Service and Support ................................................................................ 93
System Design, Integration, and Support ................................................... 93
Information and Support When You Need It............................................... 93
HP Navigator Release History and Status Report....................................... 94
HP Navigator CD-ROM Subscription Service............................................. 95
HP Navigator CD-ROM.............................................................................. 96
HP Information Assistant............................................................................ 96
HP TopTools.............................................................................................. 96
CompuServe Discussion Forum and Library .............................................. 97
World Wide Web and Internet FTP ............................................................ 97
Automated Fax .......................................................................................... 98
Proactive Notification for HP NetServer Products ...................................... 98
Telephone Support..................................................................................... 99
Before Telephoning for Technical Support .............................................. 99
Obtaining HP Repair and Telephone Support........................................ 100
Ordering HP Cables, Drive Trays, and Technical Publications ................. 102
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Telephone Ordering Information ........................................................... 103
Contacting HP Regional Headquarters ..................................................... 104
Joining CompuServe................................................................................ 104
14 Specifications......................................................................................... 107
Environment ............................................................................................ 107
Weight and Dimensions ........................................................................... 108
Power Supply Specifications .................................................................... 108
15 Warranty and Software License ............................................................ 109
Hardware Product Limited Warranty ........................................................ 109
Software Product Limited Warranty.......................................................... 110
Hewlett-Packard Utility Software ........................................................... 110
Third-Party Software Products .............................................................. 110
Hardware Accessories Limited Warranty.................................................. 110
Hewlett-Packard Hardware Accessories ................................................ 110
Third-Party Hardware Products ............................................................. 111
Pre-Failure Warranty ............................................................................... 111
Limitation of Warranty.............................................................................. 111
Limitation of Liability and Remedies...................................................... 112
Customer Responsibilities........................................................................ 113
Obtaining Warranty Service ..................................................................... 114
Customer Replacement Part ................................................................. 114
Return to HP/Reseller ........................................................................... 114
On-site.................................................................................................. 114
NetServer Limited Warranty Coverage .................................................... 116
Technical Support .................................................................................... 116
U.S. and Canada .................................................................................. 117
Europe.................................................................................................. 117
Other Countries .................................................................................... 118
Self-Help Tools ........................................................................................ 118
Supplemental Warranty Service and Support........................................... 119
Notice for Australia and New Zealand: ..................................................... 119
Notice for Mexico: Hardware Warranty Statement................................... 120
Software Product Limited Warranty.......................................................... 122
HP Software Product License Agreement................................................. 124
NetServer Warranty Frequently-Asked Questions .................................... 125
16 Regulatory Information.......................................................................... 133
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Notice for USA......................................................................................... 133
FCC Radio Frequency Emissions Statements....................................... 133
CD-ROM............................................................................................... 134
Notice for Canada: DOC Requirements.................................................... 135
Battery .................................................................................................. 135
Notice for EU: .......................................................................................... 135
Radio Frequency Emissions Warning for Accessories........................... 135
Notice for Finland: Laser Safety Statement .............................................. 137
Notice for Germany.................................................................................. 137
Noise Declaration and Ergonomics ....................................................... 137
Laser Safety Statement ........................................................................ 137
Notice for Japan....................................................................................... 138
For Products Labeled as Class B .......................................................... 138
For Products Labeled as Class A .......................................................... 139
Power Line Harmonics .......................................................................... 139
Notice for Korea: RFI Statement .............................................................. 139
Notice for Taiwan: Class A Warning Statement........................................ 140
Mexico: Hardware Warranty Statement.................................................... 140
Notice for U.K.: General Approval............................................................ 142
Index ............................................................................................................. 143
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1 Introduction
This User Guide contains information for both the HP NetServer LH 3 (the floorstanding pedestal configuration) and LH 3r (the rack-optimized configuration).
The NetServer configurations are shown below.
Figure 1-1. NetServer Configurations
Verifying Contents
Unpack and verify the contents of the shipping box against the Contents
Checklist included with your HP NetServer. If anything is missing or damaged,
contact your reseller.
CAUTION
The HP NetServer weighs approximately 120 pounds as
shipped. Do not attempt to lift the NetServer by yourself.
Follow local regulations, and use one person for every 40
pounds of NetServer weight when lifting the NetServer.
Failure to observe this warning could result in serious injury,
or damage to the NetServer.
Store the empty boxes and packing material in a safe place. This is especially
important if you plan to ship the NetServer elsewhere for final installation.
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CAUTION
It is critical to disassemble and rebox all electronic
components before reshipment. Electronic components
(especially hard disk drives) can sustain damage when
shipped in rack enclosures.
HP NetServer LH 3 Installation Procedures
Refer to the HP NetServer LH 3 Installation Road Map for step-by-step
installation instructions.
If you are installing any accessories, refer to the documentation shipped with the
accessory package.
HP NetServer LH 3r Installation Procedures
Refer to the HP NetServer LH 3r Installation Road Map, for step-by-step
installation instructions.
NOTE
The HP NetServer LH 3r Installation Road Map does not
include procedures for installing the system in a rack. Refer to
Chapter 8, "Mounting the HP NetServer LH 3r in a Rack," for
detailed rack installation instructions.
If you are installing any accessories, refer to the documentation shipped with the
accessory package.
You should also review:
• All documentation that comes with your rack, such as the Rack
Installation Road Map.
• The Rack Cabling Reference for the HP NetServer LH 3r.
• The user guide for your mass storage units: for example, the HP Rack
Storage/8 System Installation Guide.
HP NetServer LH 3 to LH 3r Conversion Kit
The HP NetServer LH 3 is a stand-alone pedestal model. If you want to install the
LH 3 in a rack, contact your reseller for information about the HP NetServer
LH 3 to LH 3r Conversion Kit. This kit contains all components needed to
convert your HP NetServer LH 3 into a rack-optimized HP NetServer LH 3r.
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2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators
Overview of Controls, Ports, and Indicators
You control the HP NetServer with the Front Panel located on the front of the
NetServer. The NetServer communicates to the network and other devices
through the connectors on the rear panel. This section covers these controls and
communication connectors.
Front Panel
Before installation, familiarize yourself with the HP NetServer's switches and
indicators. The figure below shows the HP NetServer LH 3's Front Panel (the HP
NetServer LH 3r is similar, but has no lock).
LH 3 Front Panel
Figure 2-1. HP NetServer LH 3's Front Panel
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Table 2-1. Front Panel Switch and Indicator Definitions
Control
Description
Lock (LH 3 only)
Locks system to prevent unauthorized use.
DC Power Switch
and indicator light
Turns the NetServer on and off. This switch is behind the
protective door on the front panel. Push once to turn on, again to
turn off. (To disconnect the NetServer from AC power, remove
the AC power cord from the power supply cage on the rear.)
RESET
Resets the NetServer from internal ROM. This switch is behind
the protective door on the front panel.
Keyboard lock
and indicator light
Locks system keyboard to prevent unauthorized use.
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Status screen
Reports various types of system status. The buttons below the
screen control these menu functions:
Return to a previous selection.
Select a menu item.
Reserved for future use.
Scroll down or up.
NOTE
At the time of this printing, the Status LEDs were not enabled. If you register
for the Proactive Notification Service, HP will notify you via e-mail when the
next firmware version is ready to download and use. See Chapter 13, "Service
and Support," for more details.
Status LEDs
Indicates various types of system status:
Green = Normal operation
Yellow = Abnormal operation
Red
= Problem detected
Table 2-2. Front Panel Menu, as Shown on Status Screen
System Information
Reports system hardware details and software version
numbers.
Field Replaceable Unit
Information
Identifies part and revision numbers for components.
Contrast Adjustment
Use the arrow keys to change the LCD contrast for better
readability.
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Rear Panel Controls, Ports, and Indicators
Refer to Figure 2-2 below to locate features on the NetServer's rear panel:
• The Remote Management Port links the NetServer to a console for realtime diagnosis of system operation.
• The Serial B Port is a standard serial port.
• The Serial A Port is a standard serial port.
• The Parallel Port is a standard parallel port.
• The Mouse Port accepts a standard PC mouse.
• The Keyboard Port accepts a standard PC keyboard.
• The Monitor Port accepts a monitor with up to 1024 x 768 x 256
resolution, with a 60-75Hz video refresh rate. The NetServer contains
1MB of video RAM.
• The NetServer comes with two 550W power supplies installed on the left
rear. The optional Redundancy Kit provides a power supply and power
supply cage for installation on the right rear. Since the NetServer only
requires two power supplies to run, installing a third power supply
prevents service interruptions from a single power supply failure. With the
Redundancy Kit installed a new power supply can be hot-swapped in.
• The Power Connector accepts a standard power cable to connect the
NetServer with the site AC power source.
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Remote
Management Port
Serial B Port
Serial A Port
Parallel Port
Mouse Port
Keyboard Port
Monitor Port
Power
Supplies
Power
Connector
Figure 2-2. Rear Panel and Ports
Connecting the NetServer to AC Power
When you connect the NetServer to an AC power source, the server temporarily
draws additional current. This occurs even when the system is in standby mode.
This "inrush current" is much greater than the server's normal operating needs.
Generally, your external AC power source can handle the inrush current.
If you install several NetServers on one circuit, however, precautions are
necessary. If there is a power failure and power is then restored, all the servers
immediately begin to draw inrush current at the same time. If the circuit breakers
on the incoming power line have insufficient capacity, they may trip and thus
prevent the servers from powering up.
When preparing your site for installation, allow for the additional inrush current.
Follow these circuit breaker recommendations before installing the server at your
site:
• In North American, use a 20-amp-minimum circuit with one NEMA AB1
class 14B breaker for each 16-amp Power Distribution Unit (PDU).
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• In Europe:
◊
For a single NetServer in a rack, use a 15-amp-minimum circuit with
one IEC MCB C-type breaker for each 16-amp PDU.
◊
For multiple NetServers in a rack, use a 15-amp-minimum circuit with
one IEC MCB D-type breaker for each 16-amp power distribution
unit.
Each 16-amp PDU can accommodate a maximum of two NetServers.
When the proper power supply is available, connect the NetServer to the AC
power source.
Power-On Tests
The NetServer runs a set of diagnostic tests when it is first connected to a power
source. If the NetServer passes the tests, you will see:
HP NetServer
LH 3
If the NetServer does not pass the tests, you will see:
<error code>
Display now?
Press Enter to view the error message. Write the error message down and refer to
"POST Codes" in Chapter 12, "Troubleshooting."
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3 Removing and Replacing Covers
NetServer Covers
The NetServer has three removable cover panels:
•
Cover 1 covers the side where the I/O Board is located.
•
Cover 2 covers the area above the processor.
•
Cover 3 covers the side where the processor is located.
Figure 3-1. HP NetServer LH 3 Covers
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Cover 1
Cover 2
Cover 3
Figure 3-2. HP NetServer LH 3r Covers
WARNING
Before removing covers, always disconnect the power cord
and unplug telephone cables. Disconnect the power cord to
avoid exposure to high energy levels that may cause burns
when parts are short-circuited by metal objects, such as tools
or jewelry. Disconnect telephone cables to avoid exposure to
shock hazard from telephone ringing voltages.
Note that the power switch does not turn off the standby
power. Disconnect the power cord to turn off standby power.
If the backlight on the LCD display is on, standby power is
on.
CAUTION
Wear a wrist strap and use a static-dissipating work surface
connected to the chassis at all times.
Removing the HP NetServer LH 3 Covers
To remove the covers, first unlock the bezel, using the supplied key, and remove
it from the front of the NetServer.
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Bezel
The bezel connects to the front of the NetServer chassis with two snap-in
connectors at the top front of the chassis and three tabs that fit into three slots on
the bottom front of the chassis. To remove, pull the bezel forward until it
unsnaps, then lift the bezel forward and upward from the chassis face.
Cover 1
Cover 2
Cover 3
Bezel Lock
Pull here
Figure 3-3. Removing the HP NetServer LH 3 Bezel
CAUTION
The NetServer covers are heavy. Support them as you remove
them, and allow room to move them away from the NetServer
and for storage.
Cover 1
Once you have removed the bezel, remove cover 1 by unscrewing the thumbscrew
and then pulling the cover forward to disengage it. Lift it outward and away from
the chassis.
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Cover 2
Remove cover 2 by unscrewing the thumbscrew, pulling the cover forward and
then slightly sideways to disengage it. Lift it up and away from the chassis.
Cover 3
Remove cover 3 by unscrewing the thumbscrew and pulling it forward to
disengage it. Lift it outward and away from the chassis.
Replacing the HP NetServer LH 3 Covers
CAUTION
Replace all covers before operating this NetServer, even for a
short time. Otherwise, damage to system components may
result due to improper cooling air flow.
Insert the tabs inside the rear of the cover into the slots at the rear of the chassis
and slide the cover toward the rear. Tighten the thumbscrew at the front of the
cover.
Removing the HP NetServer LH 3r Covers
To remove the covers, first remove the bezel from the front of the NetServer.
Bezel
The bezel has three clips that mount onto a hinge assembly, which is secured to
the NetServer chassis. To remove the bezel, simply pull it toward you until it
comes free.
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Figure 3-4. Removing the HP NetServer LH 3r Bezel
CAUTION
Do not unscrew the NetServer from the rack until you have
extended the anti-tip foot from under the front of the rack.
This anti-tip device must be extended to prevent the rack and
NetServer from tipping over, which could damage the
NetServer and injure people.
If it is secured to the rack, unscrew the NetServer chassis from the rack, as shown
in Figure 3-5. Do not unscrew the entire hinge or bracket from the chassis;
remove only the outer screws, so the hinge and the bracket remain attached to the
NetServer chassis. Pull the NetServer forward from the rack until the lockout
device engages with a click.
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Remove two screws securing
the bracket to the rack.
Leave the other screws securing
the bracket to the chassis.
Remove two screws securing
the hinge to the rack.
Leave the other screws securing
the hinge to the chassis.
Figure 3-5. Unscrewing the HP NetServer LH 3r Chassis From the Rack
Cover 1
Remove two screws
securing NetServer
to rack.
Remove two screws
securing NetServer
to rack.
Do not remove two
screws securing
the bracket to the
NetServer.
Cover 3
Do not remove three
screws securing
Cover 2
the hinge to the NetServer.
Figure 3-6. Screw and Cover Locations
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Removing and Replacing Covers
The NetServer covers are heavy. Support them as you remove
them, and allow room to move them away from the NetServer
and for storage.
Cover 1
Remove cover 1 by unscrewing the thumbscrew and pulling the cover forward to
disengage it. Lift it up and away from the chassis.
Cover 2
Remove cover 2 by supporting it with your hand, then unscrewing the
thumbscrew and pulling the cover forward to disengage it. Lift it away from the
chassis.
Cover 3
Remove cover 3 by supporting it with your hand, then unscrewing the
thumbscrew. Pull the cover forward to disengage it and catch it as it falls away
from the chassis.
Replacing the HP NetServer LH 3r Covers
CAUTION
Replace all covers before operating this NetServer, even for a
short time. Otherwise, damage to system components may
result due to improper cooling air flow.
Insert the tabs inside the rear of the cover into the slots at the rear of the chassis
and slide the cover toward the rear. Tighten the thumbscrew at the front of the
cover.
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4 Installing Accessory Boards
Accessory Boards
The HP NetServer accepts PCI and ISA accessory boards connected to the I/O
Board. An accessory board can be identified by the offset of the bracket and the
shape of the edge connector:
PCI Board- Left-Side Offset
ISA Board- Right-Side Offset
Figure 4-1. Accessory Board Identification
The I/O Board
The I/O board contains:
• The Remote Management connector, linking the I/O board to the external
connector on the rear panel.
• The I/0 Memory slot, which contains cache memory used by the Intel
i960RD I/O processor.
• The SE SCSI connector, which services any single-ended SCSI device
installed in the internal (non-hot-swap) trays.
• The PCI Board Slots, which are eight connectors that accept PCI boards.
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• The ISA Board Slot, which accepts a single ISA board. This slot is shared
with PCI slot 1. Either slot can be occupied, but not both.
• The two SCSI connectors, A and B, which are separate channels that
control the disk arrays in the right (standard) and left (optional) hot-swap
mass storage cages, respectively. The base configuration of the NetServer
has one hot-swap mass storage cage on the right side, controlled by a
connection to SCSI connector A. By default, this disk array is controlled
by the integrated HP NetRAID controller.
Remote
Management
I/0 Memory
SE SCSI
PCI Board
Slots
ISA Board Slot
SCSI B
SCSI A
Figure 4-2. I/O Board With Devices and Bus Structure
NOTE
For a list of boards HP has tested with the NetServer, see the
Help topic "Tested Parts List" on the HP NetServer Navigator
CD-ROM.
Installing Accessory Boards
Remove the NetServer's cover: (See Chapter 3, "Removing and Replacing
Covers.")
To install accessory boards:
1.
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Read the documentation included with each accessory board. Follow any
special instructions and installation recommendations. Some boards have
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preferred slot locations. If not, consider the boot order (see Figure 4-3)
when choosing the accessory board socket in which to install the board.
Figure 4-3. Accessory Board PCI and ISA Slots
Boot order for PCI controllers is determined by slot location. The system
searches for a bootable device in the following order:
1. IDE CD-ROM drive with a bootable CD-ROM.
2. Flexible disk drive with a bootable flexible disk.
3. Embedded SCSI controller or embedded DAC.
4. PCI boards in slots in the following order: 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
This boot order can be changed using the SETUP utility (press [F2]
during the boot process).
2. Remove the slot cover for each slot to be used, and store it for future use.
If you are installing any full-length PCI boards, also remove the accessory
board retainer. Push on the tab on the retainer to release it, and then slide
it out of the board guide.
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Accessory Board Guide
Release Tab
Accessory
Board
Retainer
Figure 4-4. Accessory Board Retainer and Guide
3. Install the boards: Insert each board in the desired slot and fasten the
board's mounting screw at the slot opening at the rear of the chassis.
Connect any required cables to the boards. If you removed the board
retainer, reinstall it.
NOTE
If you install an ISA non-Plug-and-Play board, you must
reserve system resources (some or all of: memory addresses,
I/O addresses, IRQs, and DMA channels) for it. Write down
that information now for reference when you reserve system
resouces. See "Configuring the NetServer" for details of using
ISA Plug and Play boards.
4. Replace cover 1.
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5 Installing Additional Memory
The System Board
The System Board contains memory used by the NetServer, one or two Pentium II
processors, support devices for the processors, bus speed jumpers, and various
support devices:
•
The primary processor slot contains a Pentium II processor. There is
space for a second processor, but the base configuration has a terminator
installed in the second processor's socket.
•
There is space for two Voltage Regulator Modules (VRM), one for each
installed processor. The base configuration has a single VRM for the
single processor.
•
The processor system switches synchronize the processor to the system
bus. Refer to the switch settings key printed on the System Board in the
upper right corner.
•
The Bus Speed Jumpers set 100 MHz or 66 MHz bus speed.
•
The DIMM sockets hold up to four 5V DIMM modules.
Terminator*
Primary Processor
Voltage Regulator Module Processor Speed
for Secondary Processor System Switches
Key to Processor
Speed System
Switches
Bus Speed
Jumpers
(100/66
MHz)
Voltage Regulator Module
for Primary Processor
DIMM
Sockets
*Remove the terminator if installing secondary processor
Figure 5-1. System Board
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NOTE
Use only HP DIMMs listed in HP Information Assistant or in
HP Order Assistant.
System Board
DIMM Socket 0
DIMM Socket 1
DIMM Socket 2
DIMM Socket 3
Figure 5-2. DIMM Sockets
Installing Additional Memory
Installing Additional Memory in the LH 3
1. Remove the NetServer's cover 3 (see Chapter 3, "Removing and Replacing
the Covers.")
2. Install the DIMMs (see Figure 5-3):
a. Remove a DIMM from its container, handling the module by its edges.
Lay it on an anti-static surface.
b. Choose a socket into which you want to install a DIMM. DIMMs may
be installed in any combination, in any socket.
c. Spread the two retaining clips on the socket outward.
d. Align the notches on the DIMM with the keys on the socket.
e. Holding the DIMM at 90 degrees to the system board, press the DIMM
fully into the socket until the retaining clips close. If the clips do not
close, the DIMM is not inserted correctly.
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Figure 5-3. Inserting DIMM Into Connector
3. Repeat step 2 to install all of the DIMMs for your memory
configuration.
4. If you are not installing any other accessories, replace cover 3. (See
Chapter 3, "Removing and Replacing the Covers.")
Installing Additional Memory in the LH 3r
1. Remove the NetServer's cover 2 (see Chapter 3, "Removing and Replacing
the Covers.")
2. Remove the system board by raising the retaining latches to disengage it
from the socket, then pull it out until it clears the chassis guides. (See
Figure 5-4.)
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Figure 5-4. Removing System Board From LH 3r
3. Position the system board flat and component side up on an anti-static
surface. Ensure that the corner clears the table surface, as shown in
Figure 5-5.
Figure 5-5. Installing DIMMs in System Board
4. Install the DIMMs (see Figures 5-2, 5-3, and 5-5):
a. Remove a DIMM from its container, handling the module by its edges.
Lay it on an anti-static surface.
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b. Choose a socket into which you want to install a DIMM. DIMMs may
be installed in any combination, in any socket.
c. Spread the two retaining clips on the socket outward.
d. Align the notches on the DIMM with the keys on the socket.
e. Holding the DIMM at 90 degrees to the system board, press the DIMM
fully into the socket until the retaining clips close. If the clips do not
close, the DIMM is not inserted correctly.
5. Repeat step 4 to install all of the DIMMs for your memory configuration.
6. Reinstall the system board in the HP NetServer LH 3r by inserting it into
the chassis guides and pushing it inward as far as it will go. Refasten the
latches to engage the system board with its socket and lock it into place.
7. Replace cover 3. (See Chapter 3, "Removing and Replacing the Covers.")
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Mass Storage
The NetServer chassis has space for two hot-swap mass storage shelves, and is
shipped with a single hot-swap mass storage cage. If you need more storage than
your configuration allows, you can purchase the HP NetServer Mass Storage
Upgrade Kit to obtain a second hot-swap mass storage cage. Like the primary
cage, the secondary cage can hold up to six low-profile Ultra2 hot-swap hard disk
drives.
There are two empty shelves in the non-hot-swap shelf area. These shelves can be
used to install 3.5-inch or 5.25-inch SE SCSI mass storage devices, LUN tape
drives, or other HP-tested accessories.
Supported Mass Storage Devices
NOTE
Do not mix devices with high voltage differential (HVD)
drivers and receivers and devices with SE, LVD or multimode
drivers and receivers on the same SCSI bus. I/O circuits used
by devices with SE, LVD (Ultra2) or multimode drivers and
receivers do not operate at HVD levels and should never be
exposed to HVD environments. If you mix SCSI SE and SCSI
LVD (Ultra2) devices, system performance will be adversely
affected. For best performance, use only LVD devices.
The NetServer supports two classes of mass storage devices - SCSI devices
installed in the two non-hot-swap shelves next to the CD-ROM player and the
flexible disk drive, and the Ultra2 SCSI hot-swap hard disk drives installed in the
hot-swap mass storage cage. If you need additional mass storage capacity, you
can order a second hot-swap mass storage cage. Use only high-performance
Ultra2 hot-swap drives in the hot-swap mass storage cage.
You can add any standard (non-Ultra2) wide, single-ended SCSI device in the
two non-hot-swap shelves, such as removable hard disk drives or tape backups.
Use the SE connector on the provided cable.
For the latest list of HP-tested products, refer to the "Tested Products List" Help
topic on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM.
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Table 6-1. Supported SCSI Devices
Location
Drive Types
Hot-Swap Mass
Storage Shelves
4.2, 9.1, or 18.2 GB Ultra2 7200 rpm or 10K rpm
drives (up to 35W power consumption)
Non-Hot-Swap Mass
Storage Shelves
4.2 or 9.1 GB Ultra Wide or Single-Ended
SCSI Drives, 7200 rpm
DAT backup systems or Tape Drives (DLT, DDS,
autoloader)
SCSI Addressing
NOTE
Do not set up any devices with SCSI address 7. This address is
reserved for the SCSI controller.
Hot Swap Drive Cage Addresses
The HP NetServer comes with a single hot-swap mass storage cage installed. In
the HP NetServer LH 3, the cage is on the lower right front. In the HP NetServer
LH 3r, the cage is at the lower left front.
The SCSI addressing scheme associated with the hot-swap mass storage cage
begins with SCSI address 0, and continues with addresses 1, 2, 3, 8, and 9.
You can install a second hot-swap mass storage cage. Addresses in the second
cage are independent of the drive addresses in the primary cage. Do not install a
narrow SCSI drive in any hot-swap mass storage shelves with an address higher
than 6; narrow SCSI is limited to SCSI addresses 0 - 7, and the NetServer will
not be able to communicate with it.
Other SCSI Device Addresses
SCSI devices installed in the two non-hot-swap shelves next to the flexible drive
and CD-ROM drive are attached to the SE SCSI connection, and must use a
SCSI address that does not conflict with the SCSI addresses used by drives in
hot-swap mass storage shelves. Do not install a narrow SCSI drive in any
location with an address higher than 6; narrow SCSI is limited to SCSI addresses
0 - 7, and the NetServer will not be able to communicate with it.
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Hot-Swap Mass Storage Cage
Low-Profile and Half-Height Drives
SCSI hot-swap hard disk drives come in two heights: the 1-inch low-profile drive
and the 1.6-inch half-height drive.
Ultra2 drives are LVD (low voltage differential) drives, which allow the
integration of the differential drivers and receivers into SCSI drive controllers.
Ultra2 technology provides increased signal quality, and ensures the same data
integrity as the previous high voltage differential designs at a reduced cost.
An added benefit of the low voltage design is that the SCSI bus cable can extend
up to 12 meters.
CAUTION
Do not mix devices with high voltage differential (HVD)
drivers and receivers and devices with SE, Ultra2 or
multimode drivers and receivers on the same SCSI bus.
I/O circuits used by devices with SE, Ultra2 or multimode
drivers and receivers do not operate at HVD levels and should
never be exposed to HVD environments. If you mix SCSI SE
and SCSI Ultra2 devices, system performance will be
adversely affected. For best performance, use only Ultra2
devices.
Filler Panels
When you have fewer drives than the hot-swap mass storage cage supports, a
1-inch filler panel must be inserted in each empty disk location. Filler panels
ensure that drive cage has the proper ventilation and air flow. Remove the filler
panel when you insert a new drive.
CAUTION
The filler panels serve an important purpose by helping the
internal components ventilate and preventing excessive
electromagnetic radiation. If these fillers are left out of the
drive shelves, thermal damage and/or excessive EMI could
occur.
Drive Spacers
When your drive cage holds a mix of 1-inch and 1.6-inch drives, you may need to
add 0.5-inch drive spacers. The drive spacer fills the gap between adjacent drives
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or between a drive and a filler panel. Disk spacers can be mounted on 1-inch
low-profile drives or 1.6-inch half-height drives, so a drive spacer and lowprofile drive are the same size as a half-height drive, and a drive spacer and a
half-height drive are as large as two low-profile drives.
CAUTION
The drive spacers serve an important purpose by helping the
internal components ventilate and preventing excessive
electromagnetic radiation. If these drive spacers are left out of
the drive shelves, thermal damage and/or excessive EMI
could occur.
Configurations
Figure 6-1 shows the supported configurations of SCSI hot-swap hard disk drives
in both versions of the NetServer. The arrows indicate the order that you insert
hard disk drives.
These configurations may use filler panels and drive spacers to close up the front
of the hot-swap mass storage cage. If there are gaps in the cage, the drives may
not receive the proper ventilation and could suffer thermal damage.
• If you have an HP NetServer LH 3, add hard disk drives starting from the
bottom of the hot-swap mass storage cage. If you are using one or more
filler panels, insert them at the top of the cage.
• If you have an HP NetServer LH 3r, add hard disk drives starting from the
left. If you are using one or more filler panels, insert them on the right
side of the drive cage.
NOTE
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Do not install a narrow SCSI drive in any location with a
SCSI address greater than 6. Narrow SCSI is limited to SCSI
addresses 0 - 6, and the NetServer will not be able to
communicate with a narrow SCSI drive.
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Figure 6-1. Hot-Swap Drive Configurations
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Installing a Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive
CAUTION
Protect the drive from static electricity by leaving it in its
anti-static bag until you are ready to install it. Before
handling the drive, touch any unpainted metal surface to
discharge static electricity. When you remove the drive from
the anti-static bag, handle it only by the frame.
Do not touch the electrical components. Place the drive on
the anti-static bag whenever you set it down.
Hard disk drives are very susceptible to mechanical shock and
can be damaged by a drop as short as one-quarter of an inch.
Take care when unpacking and handling the drive. If the
drop would crack an egg, it will damage the drive.
1. If there is a filler panel in the hot-swap mass storage location, remove the
filler as follows:
• Press the locking latch and insert your fingers.
• Using your fingers, pull the filler panel straight out.
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Figure 6-2. Removing a Filler Panel From the
Hot-Swap Mass Storage Location
2. Drive spacers attach to the disk drive module with four small feet. If you
need to remove a drive spacer from the adjacent disk drive module,
remove it as follows:
• Slide the drive spacer back, a fraction of an inch away from your body.
• Tilt up the front of the drive spacer to disengage the front two feet.
• Pull the drive spacer forward slightly to disengage the back two feet
and lift.
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Drive Spacer
Figure 6-3. Removing the Drive Spacer
3. On the drive, press the locking latch in and pull the ejector handle out as
far as it can go, as shown in Figure 6-4.
CAUTION
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Be careful when you open the ejector handle. Extreme force
can snap off the handle.
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Locking tab retracts
when the ejector
handle is open
Light Pipes
(fragile)
Ejector Handle
Locking Latch
Figure 6-4. Readying Drive For Installation
4. Slide the drive slowly into the location until it stops. (See Figures 6-5
and 6-6).
CAUTION
Be careful not to damage the light pipes as you insert the
drive. They are very fragile.
You must insert the drive slowly and gently. If the drive is
inserted too quickly when the system is on, in-rush current
can cause the power supply to shut down.
5. Press the ejector handle in until you feel the latch click into place. Closing
the ejector handle engages the drive with the electrical connector in the
hot-swap mass storage cage and seats the drive. If the drive is unseated in
the cage after closing the ejector handle, the handle was probably not
pulled out far enough, and the locking latch failed to engage the hot-swap
mass storage cage. Repeat the procedure from step 3.
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Make sure the ejector handle
is open when you insert the drive
Figure 6-5. Installing a Drive in the HP NetServer LH 3
Make sure the ejector handle
is open when you insert the drive
Figure 6-6. Installing a Drive in the HP NetServer LH 3r
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Removing a Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive
CAUTION
You must remove the drive slowly to ensure that the drive
heads are parked prior to removal. Be sure to follow these
instructions carefully to prevent handling damage, such as
head slaps or head actuator unlocking.
1. To unlock the drive, push the locking latch in and then pull the ejector
handle toward you.
2. Gently pull the drive out about an inch to disengage the power connection.
3. Wait about 30 seconds for the drive to stop spinning and the drive heads
to park.
4. Use your hand to support the bottom of the drive. Slowly pull the drive
straight out. Do not allow the drive to fall.
5. If you are removing the drive from an HP NetServer LH 3r, turn the drive
slowly to its horizontal storage orientation.
6. Place the drive in an electrostatic protected container. Do not stack drives.
Integrated HP NetRAID
The HP NetServer contains an Integrated HP NetRAID controller, which puts the
power of the HP NetRAID series of disk array controllers in the NetServer with
no additional hardware.
HP NetRAID technology lets you link multiple hard disk drives together and
write data across them as if they were one large drive. With the Integrated HP
NetRAID controller, you can configure your linked drives into a RAID
(Redundant Array of Independent Disks) subsystem.
Refer to the Integrated HP NetRAID Controller Configuration Guide for
configuration information. You can also find the guide on the following HP
website:
http://www.hp.com/netserver/servsup
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Power Supplies
The NetServer is shipped with one power supply cage (containing two power
supplies) and one empty power supply bay (covered with a protective panel). The
NetServer operates with just two power supplies, but you can add another power
supply and cage in the optional power supply bay for continuous operation if a
power supply were to fail.
Figure 7-1. Power Supplies and Optional Power Supply Bay
If you desire an additional power supply for redundancy, you can purchase the
HP NetServer Redundancy Kit. This kit includes:
• a power supply
• a power supply cage
• a small protective panel
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• a fan assembly
• a user guide
Installing Additional Power Supplies
Refer to the HP NetServer Redundancy Kit User Guide for instructions on how to
install additional power supplies.
Ventilating Fans
HP NetServer fans are placed to ventilate and cool internal components. The
Redundancy Kit includes a fan assembly with two fans that mounts directly in
front of the fans cooling the power supplies. In general, if any one fan fails, the
NetServer continues operation, but if two fans fail, thermal shutdown will occur.
CAUTION
The NetServer must have its covers in place for proper
cooling. If you open the NetServer while it is operating, do
not run it for more than 3 minutes.
Do not run the NetServer for more than 2 minutes without at
least one working fan in the fan assembly mounted
immediately behind the power supplies or in the exhaust fan
assembly. Failure to observe these precautions may result in
thermal damage to the NetServer.
Servicers can hot-swap any fan except the processor fan. If
this fan fails, or if the metal baffle is removed, thermal
damage to the NetServer can occur.
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Prevent Rack Tip-Over, Equipment Damage and
Injury
WARNING
To prevent the rack from tipping over, extend the anti-tip
foot from under the front of the enclosure prior to
mounting any components. See Figure 8-12. Also lower the
leveler feet at the four corners of the rack to improve stability
and prevent the rack from rolling away as devices are inserted
into their rack mounts. Failure to use the anti-tip foot and
leveler feet could result in serious injury.
CAUTION
The HP NetServer LH 3r weighs up to 160 pounds (73 kg.)
when fully loaded. Take out power supplies and hot-swap
hard disk drives before lifting the NetServer into the rack.
CAUTION
Use two people when moving the NetServer or lifting it into
the rack.
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These Instructions for the HP NetServer LH 3r
Only
Use the instructions in this chapter to put an HP NetServer LH 3r into an HP
rack. These instructions cannot be used to put an HP NetServer LH 3 (the
pedestal version of the NetServer) into a rack. The HP NetServer LH 3 and LH 3r
are shown in Figure 8-1.
NOTE
If you want to convert an LH 3 to an LH 3r, contact your HP
Reseller for information about the conversion kit.
Figure 8-1. NetServer Configurations
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Overview and Terminology
Terms used in this chapter are defined in Figure 8-2.
Bar
Column
Nut
Inside Face
Outside
Face
Handles
Server
Slide
Bezel
Latch
Bezel
Template
Unit
Mounted
Under
Server
Slide
Member
Leveler
Foot
Hex Nut
and Star
Washer
Removable
Mounting
Flange
Anti-Tip
Foot
Bezel
Hinge
Figure 8-2. Overview of Terms
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Determine HP Rack Enclosure Type
Figure 8-3. Comparison of the Two HP Rack Versions
There are two types of HP NetServer Racks which are available or in use. Refer
to Figure 8-3 and Table 8-1 for a comparison of the two types.
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Note which rack type you have and follow the instructions for your version.
Table 8-1. The Two Rack Types Compared
Rack Feature
Type 1
Type 2
Product Nameplate
Hewlett Packard Rack System/E
Front and Rear Doors
Curved
Flat
Outside Panels
Plastic and Modular
Sheet Metal and Full-Length
Column Cross Section
(See Figure 8-3)
5-Cornered
3-Cornered
Marking of EIA Units
Numbers Stamped in Metal
Triangular Cut Outs
Anti-Tip Foot
Extends from Front or Rear
Extends from Front Only
Columns Attached to Base
Offset from Edge of Base
Flush with Edge of Base
Hewlett Packard HP Systems
You can mount the HP NetServer LH 3r in either the Type 1 rack (HP Rack
System/E) or in the Type 2 rack (HP Rack Systems). The procedures for
mounting are similar, except that there are two different templates included and
the mounting slides fasten to the rear columns differently.
Type 1 and Type 2--Mounting the HP NetServer LH
3r in the Rack
NOTE
If you want to put your NetServer into a third-party rack, you
may be able to find relevant documentation on HP's web site at
the following URL:
http://www.hp.com/netserver/servsup
1. First, determine and mark the height at which the NetServer is to be
located in the rack enclosure.
Use the original ordering information to locate where each component
goes in the rack. See Figure 8-4.
If the original ordering information is not available, use HP rack
configuration tools to plan the location of the components.
You can also use the HP NetServer rack configuration tools to make
ordering easier and to automatically check that orders are complete. These
tools can be found on the HP web site. Use the Search function with the
words "rack configuration tools" at the following URL:
http://www.hp.com/go/netserver
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Figure 8-4. Rack Configuration Tools Layout
2. Determine where to put the mounting slides and install them in the rack.
NOTE
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The slides are mounted differently, depending upon the rack
type you have. To determine your rack's type, compare
Figure 8-3 to your rack, especially noting the shapes of the
columns and the doors and the method for marking EIA Units.
For example, the Type 1 doors are curved, and EIA Unit
numbers are stamped in the sheet metal of the columns.
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Type 1 and Type 2 --What You Need to Know to Determine Location
of the Slides
To find the correct location for mounting the slides, you need to know the
following:
◊
Note that the HP NetServer LH 3r is 8 EIA Units high. The mounting
slides for the server attach first to the rack enclosure. Then the server
attaches to the slides near its top.
◊
Unlike some slides, these (for the LH 3r) do not come apart.
◊
Use the template which is shipped with the server to measure where
the slides will be located. Choose the template to use based on which
rack type (refer to Figure 8-3) you have:
∗ use part number 5967-5201 for Type 1, the "Hewlett-Packard Rack
System/E" rack
∗ use part number 5064-5869 for Type 2, the "Hewlett-Packard
Systems" rack
◊
Note the base line of the server (the line where the bottom of the
server will be when mounted).
◊
When marking, use tape or a marker pen to show the correct holes on
each column. (Either Figure 8-7 or Figure 8-9 can be used to
determine which holes are correct.) Do not place rack nuts in the
holes, only mark them. Screws will be inserted through these holes
into bar nuts to secure the mounting flange on the slide to the rack
column.
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◊
The "bar nut" is a two-holed metal bar used to secure the mounting
flanges of the slide to the rack columns (see Figure 8-5).
Place bar nut
behind outside
face of column.
Start two screws
in bar nut but do
not tighten.
Figure 8-5. Where to Place Bar Nuts
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◊
The bar nut is placed behind the outside face of the column, at the
correct height as determined elsewhere in this chapter. Two screws are
inserted through the correct holes on the front columns. Start (but do
not tighten) both screws in the bar nut.
◊
The slots in the mounting flange allow you to insert the flange in place
behind the outside face but in front of the bar nut.
◊
The mounting flange is then positioned behind the column face, but in
front of the bar nut (see Figure 8-6).
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Figure 8-6. Securing Slide to the Front Column
Once you understand how to use the bar nut, use the template (or
count if you no longer have the template) to mark the correct holes for
mounting (on all four columns).
2a.To mount the slides in a Type 1 rack, follow the instructions
titled "Type 1--Locating the Slides" (see Figure 8-7), and
"Type 1--Mounting the Slides" (see Figure 8-8).
2b.To mount the slides in a Type 2 rack, follow the instructions
titled "Type 2--Locating the Slides" (see Figure 8-9), and
"Type 2--Mounting the Slides" (see Figure 8-10).
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Type 1--Locating and Mounting the Slides
Type 1--Locating the Slides
For Type 1, see Figure 8-7. All four mounting brackets on the slides attach
behind the outside faces of the columns. Use the template (or if you no longer
have it, count) and mark the 20th and 22nd holes on the outside faces of each
column. These holes correspond to the bottom hole of the eighth EIA unit (and
the middle hole of the 7th EIA unit) above the unit under the server.
Figure 8-7. Locating the Slides for the Type 1 Rack
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Type 1--Mounting the Slides
Once you have marked the locations of the slides, attach them. To do so for the
"Type 1" Rack, follow these steps :
◊
First, orient the slides so the slide members extend out the front
of the rack.
◊
Insert screws through the rack column and start them in one bar nut at
the correct location on each column (see Figure 8-5). Prepare to insert
the mounting flange of the slides between the column and the bar nut.
(Refer to Figure 8-6.)
◊
Then line up the front and rear mounting flanges of the slide with the
screws started in the bar nuts. Press the slide firmly against the rack
column. See Figure 8-8.
◊
Tighten all four screws in the mounting flanges of each slide.
For Type 1 rack, insert
screws through all four rack
columns and start them in bar nuts.
Then insert the
mounting flange
in place on
each column and
tighten the screws.
Mounting
Flange
Figure 8-8. Orientation and Fastening of Type 1 Slides
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Type 2--Locating and Mounting the Slides
Type 2--Locating the Slides
For Type 2, see Figure 8-9. The two front mounting brackets attach behind the
outside faces of the front columns. The rear attachments for the slides in this case
attach by means of a threaded stud and hex nut to the inside faces of the rear
columns. Locate the hole for this stud using the template or by counting up 21
holes from the unit below.
Figure 8-9. Location of Slides for Type 2
Type 2--Mounting the Slides
Once you have marked the locations of the slides, attach them to the rack. For the
"Type 2" Rack, follow these steps to mount the slides:
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◊
Before attaching the slides, take off the removable mounting flanges
from the rear of each slide and save two hex nuts and lock washers.
◊
Next, orient the slides so the slide members extend out the front of the
rack.
◊
Start screws in one bar nut at the correct location on the front
columns. Leave the screws loose enough to accept the slide mounting
flange. Refer to Figures 8-5 and 8-6.
◊
Insert the threaded stud on the rear of the slide through the inside face
on the rear column of the rack. Fasten it in place using the lock
washer and hex nut that held the mounting flanges in place. See
Figure 8-10.
◊
Press the slide tightly against the rack columns.
◊
Tighten the screws inserted in the bar nuts to hold the front flanges of
the slides in place.
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Figure 8-10. Orientation and Fastening of Type 2 Slides
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Type 1 and Type 2--Completing the Installation
1. For either rack type, place four rack nuts on the outside faces of both front
columns for use in mounting the front bezel.
◊
Use the template for your rack type to place rack nuts in the front
columns. You will need these rack nuts in place later in order to
secure the server to the rack columns.
◊
The rack nuts are placed in different positions on the front right-hand
column than they are on the front left-hand column. See Figure 8-11.
Figure 8-11. Place Rack Nuts for Later Use in Securing the Bezel
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◊
If you no longer have a template, place the rack nuts for the bezel
latch on the right front column in the 11th and 15th EIA holes above
the unit mounted below the HP NetServer. Place the rack nuts for the
bezel hinge on the left front column in the 6th and 19th EIA holes
above the unit mounted below the HP NetServer. See Figure 8-11.
2. Extend the slides fully until you hear a click, indicating they are in the
locked out position. Note that slides do not come apart. See Figure 8-12.
Figure 8-12. Fully Extend Slides and Anti-Tip Foot from Rack Front
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CAUTION
Both rack types feature an anti-tip foot which must be
extended out the front to prevent rack tip-over. See
Figure 8-12. You can tell the front from the rear (for both
types of rack) by the overhanging top panel at the rear
of the rack.
3. Prepare to lift the server into the rack. To do so, extend the anti-tip foot
from the front of the rack, then remove power supplies from the server to
reduce the total weight to be lifted. See Figure 8-13.
4. Using two people, grasp the handles and lift the HP NetServer LH 3r.
Move the server in between the extended slide members. Position the
server so it is supported by the handles resting on the extended slide
members.
Figure 8-13. Lift and Place Server Handles on Slide Members
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5. Let the NetServer rest on its handles while you line up the mounting holes
in the top of the HP NetServer LH 3r chassis with the screw holes in the
slides. See Figure 8-14.
6. Insert all three screws on each side through the slide members and into
the sides of the HP NetServer LH 3r, so that the slides are securely
fastened to the server. See Figure 8-14.
Figure 8-14. Insert Screws through Slides into Server Chassis
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7. Remove two screws from each handle and take them off the server. See
Figure 8-15. HP recommends that you retain these handles and the
associated screws in case of removal and reshipping of the server.
Figure 8-15. Remove Mounting Handles
8. The HP NetServer LH 3r is fastened to the front of the rack by screws
which are placed through sheet metal brackets that are also used for the
mounting of the front bezel hinge and latch.
9. Attach the bezel hinge to the server by inserting three screws through the
right edge of the bezel hinge bracket and into the left front of the server.
See Figure 8-16.
10. Attach the bezel latch to the right side of the server using screws
provided.
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11. Depress the lockout releases, and push the server completely into the rack.
See Figure 8-16.
Lockout
Latch
Bezel
Latch
Bezel
Hinge
Figure 8-16. Location of Lockout Releases, Bezel Latch, and Bezel Hinge
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12. Slide the server into the rack and attach the bezel hinge to the two
(previously installed) rack nuts on the left column (refer to Figure 8-11)
by means of two screws. Secure the latch plate on the right side of the
server to the two previously installed rack nuts on the right column.
See Figure 8-17.
Figure 8-17. Fasten Bezel Mount in Place
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13. Snap the bezel in place so it swings open to access the HP NetServer LH
3r internal mass storage cage. See Figure 8-18.
Figure 8-18. Snap Bezel into Place
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Mouse, and UPS
Connect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse cables and the AC power cord to the
appropriate connectors on the rear of the chassis.
Mouse
Keyboard
Monitor
AC Power
Connector
Figure 9-1. Rear View of LH 3/LH 3r
If you have an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), refer to the instructions
supplied with it. Install and turn on the UPS.
NOTE
If you have installed your HP NetServer LH 3r into a rack,
refer to the Rack Cabling Reference for the HP NetServer
LH 3r for instructions on how to cable the NetServer to
external connections.
The HP NetServer performs a diagnostic test when it is connected to an external
power source, and then performs another test when the power switch is turned
on. If an error condition occurs, note any error code appearing on the front panel,
then refer to the troubleshooting section in Chapter 12.
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The HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM is shipped with your NetServer. You will
use this CD-ROM to configure your NetServer.
Contents of the NetServer Navigator CD-ROM
The Main Menu of HP Navigator directs you to modules where you can perform
configuration tasks or access online system documentation. The menu buttons for
these modules are as follows:
• Readme File
• Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant
• HP Management Solutions
• NetServer Utilities
• User Preferences
Before the HP Navigator Main Menu is displayed, you may be prompted to set
the language and the time and date. You can also set the language that the BIOS
displays.
The following is a description of the contents of the HP NetServer Navigator
CD-ROM, as accessed from the Main Menu.
Obtaining NetServer Product History
When the NetServer is connected to its monitor, keyboard, and power supply, you
are ready to begin installation and configuration. As you configure the NetServer
for use, it's important to have the very latest configuration information. This will
inform you of any applicable compatibility issues, and provide you an up-to-date
list of HP-tested peripherals and accessories. Refer to the "Tested Products List"
on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM.
You should also be familiar with HP Diagnostic Assistant (on the HP NetServer
Navigator CD-ROM) and Information Assistant (on the HP NetServer Online
Documentation CD-ROM) to help you configure the NetServer.
Follow the instructions in your HP NetServer LH 3 (or LH 3r) Installation Road
Map to complete these steps.
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Readme File
This file includes the most recent information that was not available at the time
that the installation documentation was printed. It is important to check this file
before proceeding with the installation.
Viewing the Readme File
1. Press the power-on button. Press the CD-ROM drive eject button. Place
the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM in the drive, and press the eject
button again to close the drive. Turn the power off, wait 10 seconds, and
turn the power on again. If the system fails to boot, follow the diagnostic
instructions on the screen.
2. Go to the HP Navigator Main Menu. If the language needs to be changed,
select User Preferences and the language you want. You can also change
the language of the BIOS when prompted.
3. Select Readme File. The Readme file contains the latest information to
help you install your HP NetServer. Read it carefully before beginning
your installation.
Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant
HP Configuration Assistant guides you through the steps necessary to configure
the NetServer. Three methods of configuration are available: Express, Custom,
and Replicate.
HP Installation Assistant guides you through the NOS installation and configures
the NOS with the appropriate drivers for the HP-bundled configuration
Before you run Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant, you may need
to run the Symbios Configuration utility and the Setup utility to do the following:
• If you need to verify or modify SCSI host adapter settings, or if you need
to low-level format SCSI disks or verify SCSI disk media, run the
Symbios Configuration utility. Refer to "Run Symbios Configuration
utility" later in this chapter.
• If you have installed an ISA non-Plug-and-Play accessory board, you must
reserve system resources for it. Refer to the "Configuring an ISA NonPlug-and-Play Board" later in this chapter.
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Run Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant
Insert the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Turn the
power off, wait 10 seconds, and turn the power on again. If the system fails to
start, follow the instructions on the screen.
1. When HP NetServer Navigator starts, you may need to set the language,
time, and date. Follow the onscreen instructions. You can also change the
language of the BIOS when prompted.
2. Go to the HP NetServer Navigator Main Menu and select "Configuration
Assistant and Installation Assistant."
3. Follow the onscreen instructions in Configuration Assistant to continue
your NetServer installation.
Express Configuration
Express configuration is the preferred method to configure your NetServer, since
it leads you through the configuration process in sequence and offers you default
selections. Express configuration includes the following steps:
• Update System BIOS: This step appears if Configuration Assistant detects
that a newer version of the BIOS is available on the HP NetServer
Navigator CD-ROM. You must update your BIOS to the new version if
you want to continue in Express mode. You can also update the language
that the BIOS displays.
• Configure ISA Non-Plug-and-Play Board: If you have installed an ISA
non-Plug-and-Play board, and you have not reserved system resources for
it, select Configure Non-PnP board on the information window that
pops up.
• Select NOS: You will be asked to select the NOS and version that you
plan to install.
• Select NOS Installation Mode: For certain versions of Novell NetWare /
IntranetWare and Microsoft Windows NT Server, you will be asked,
Would you like to use HP's automated mode of NOS
installation?
◊
Select Yes for automated NOS installation, which will guide you
through the NOS installation, set up the hard disk drive, and configure
your NOS with appropriate drivers for HP-bundled configurations.
Perform an automated NOS installation for first-time installation of
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Novell NetWare / IntranetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server on a
factory-configured NetServer. This installation also loads the Local
Support Tool onto Windows NT or NetWare systems. The Local
Support Tool is a stand-alone support tool accessed directly from the
NetServer. It gives you information to help you manage the NetServer.
◊
Select No for manual NOS installation. Perform a manual NOS
installation if you are installing a NOS other than certain versions of
Novell NetWare / IntranetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server, or
if you have replaced any HP components.
• View Configuration Advisories: Read the configuration advisories, and
print them if necessary. You can change your hardware at this time to
conform to the advisories.
• Configure Remote Management: This utility configures the Integrated
Remote Management device for remote management. It enables remote,
dial-up server management. To configure Integrated Remote Assistant,
select Configure Remote Management on the Configure Remote
Management screen.
• Show System Information: Use this screen to display information about
standard and accessory boards and devices in the system, as well as the
used and available system resources.
•
◊
Select View System Information on the Show System Information
screen to display information about standard and accessory boards and
devices in the system.
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Select View Resources on the Show System Information screen to
display used and available system resources, such as memory ranges,
I/O port ranges, DMA channels, and interrupt (IRQ) levels.
Configure Mass Storage: The HP NetServer is shipped with the hot-swap
drive unconfigured. Do ONE of the following:
1. Run HP NetRAID Assistant to configure one or more RAID logical
drives. Select "Execute" on the Configure Disk Array screen to start
the HP NetRAID Assistant. For more information, refer to the
Integrated HP NetRAID Controller Configuration Guide.
2. Exclude SCSI A channel from the integrated HP NetRAID controller,
as follows:
a.
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b.
When you see the message "Press <F2> to enter SETUP" on
the monitor, press the F2 function key.
c.
When the Setup Utility menu appears, use the up and down
arrow keys to highlight "Included SCSI A Channel [Yes]."
d.
Use the +/- keys to change it to "Included SCSI A Channel
[No]."
e.
Press the F10 function key to save and exit.
f.
Answer "Yes" to the question, "Save configuration and exit
now?" The NetServer will start up again, and HP Navigator
will restart.
• Install Utility Partition: This step creates an 8 MB utility partition on the
server hard disk where HP Navigator will copy Diagnostic Assistant, the
BIOS update utility, the event log report utility, the disk array utility, the
NIC configuration utility, the Integrated Remote Assistant utilities,
troubleshooting utilities, and other utilities. It is not available for SCO
UNIX. Select Execute on the Install Utility Partition screen.
• Execute Board Utilities: When Configuration Assistant detects installed
boards for which there are additional configuration utilities on the HP
NetServer Navigator CD-ROM, you can execute these utilities to complete
the configuration of the boards by selecting Execute on the Execute Board
Utilities screen.
• For Manual NOS Installation Only: Before you perform a manual NOS
installation, you must print instructions and manually create NOS-specific
drivers diskettes, as follows:
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Create Drivers Diskette(s): On the Create Drivers Diskette(s) screen,
select Create Drivers Diskette(s) to create one or more customized
diskettes containing HP drivers and configuration files to use when
you install the NOS.
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Print and Read Instructions: On the Show NOS Installation
Instructions screen, select Save to Disk to copy the Network Operating
System Installation Instructions to disk. Then print them out from the
disk. Read the instructions first, and then follow them to manually
install the NOS.
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• Install NOS:
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Automated NOS Installation: For certain versions of Novell NetWare /
IntranetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server, Configuration
Assistant partitions and formats the hard disk drive, and Installation
Assistant guides you through the NOS installation and configures the
NOS with the appropriate drivers for the HP-bundled configuration.
◊
Manual NOS Installation: Follow the instructions on the screen and
the Network Operating System Installation Instructions that you
printed out.
Custom Configuration
In Custom configuration mode, you perform the same configuration steps as for
Express configuration mode, but you can do them in any order. Select Custom on
the Configuration Assistant menu if you are experienced in NetServer
configuration and have a preferred sequence of steps, or if you prefer to configure
your system one component at a time.
After you have selected the NOS, version, and NOS installation mode (automated
or manual), and after you have viewed the Configuration Advisories, the Custom
Configuration screen displays the following menu:
• Essential Steps:
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Configure Remote Management: This utility configures the Integrated
Remote Management device for remote management. It enables
remote, dial-up server management. To configure Integrated Remote
Assistant, select Configure Remote Management on the Configure
Remote Management screen.
◊
Configure Mass Storage: The HP NetServer is shipped with the
hot-swap drive unconfigured. Do ONE of the following:
1. Run HP NetRAID Assistant to configure one or more RAID logical
drives. Select "Execute" on the Configure Disk Array screen to
start the HP NetRAID Assistant. For more information, refer to the
Integrated HP NetRAID Controller Configuration Guide.
2. Exclude SCSI A channel from the integrated HP NetRAID
controller, as follows:
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Restart the HP NetServer.
b.
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c.
When the Setup Utility menu appears, use the up and down
arrow keys to highlight "Included SCSI A Channel [Yes]."
d.
Use the +/- keys to change it to "Included SCSI A Channel
[No]."
e.
Press the F10 function key to save and exit.
f.
Answer "Yes" to the question, "Save configuration and exit
now?" The NetServer will start up again, and HP Navigator
will restart.
◊
Execute Board Utilities: When HP Navigator finds installed boards for
which there are additional configuration utilities on the CD-ROM, this
option becomes available to complete the configuration of the boards.
Select Execute on the Execute Board Utilities screen.
◊
Install NOS (in automated NOS installation mode), or Create Drivers
Diskette(s) (in manual NOS installation mode)
• Recommended Steps:
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Update System BIOS: Use this to update the system BIOS to the newer
version on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM.
◊
Install Utility Partition: This step creates an 8 MB utility partition on
the server hard disk where HP Navigator will copy Diagnostic
Assistant, the BIOS update utility, the event log report utility, the disk
array utility, the NIC configuration utility, the Integrated Remote
Assistant utilities, troubleshooting utilities, and other utilities. It is not
available for SCO UNIX. Select Execute on the Install Utility Partition
screen.
• Select View System Information on the Show System Information screen
to display information about standard and accessory boards and devices in
the system.
• Select View Resources on the Show System Information screen to display
used and available system resources, such as memory ranges, I/O port
ranges, DMA channels, and interrupt (IRQ) levels.
◊
Show NOS Installation Instructions: Select this option and Save to
Disk to copy the Network Operating System Installation Instructions
to disk. Then print them out from the disk. Read the instructions first,
and then follow them to manually install the NOS.
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The NOS installation process, whether automated or manual, is the same as in
Express configuration mode:
• For Manual NOS Installation Only: Before you perform a manual NOS
installation, you must print instructions and manually create NOS-specific
drivers diskettes, as follows:
◊
Create Drivers Diskette(s): On the Create Drivers Diskette(s) screen,
select Create Drivers Diskette(s) to create one or more customized
diskettes containing HP drivers and configuration files to use when
you install the NOS.
◊
Print and Read Instructions: You may already have done this directly
from the Custom Configuration menu option Show NOS Instructions.
If not, on the Show NOS Installation Instructions screen, select Save
to Disk to copy the Network Operating System Installation
Instructions to disk. Then print them out from the disk. Read the
instructions first, and then follow them to manually install the NOS.
• Install NOS:
◊
Automated NOS Installation: For certain versions of Novell NetWare /
IntranetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server, Configuration
Assistant partitions and formats the hard disk drive, and Installation
Assistant guides you through the NOS installation and configures the
NOS with the appropriate drivers for the HP-bundled configuration.
◊
Manual NOS Installation: Follow the instructions on the screen and
the Network Operating System Installation Instructions that you
printed out.
Replicate Configuration
In Replicate configuration mode, you can save a copy of your current system
configuration or load a previously saved configuration. This method saves time
when configuring multiple, identical systems. Select Replicate on the
Configuration Assistant menu.
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HP Management Solutions
HP Management Solutions is a comprehensive suite of utilities, applications, and
built-in features to manage multiple servers locally or from remote locations. If
you are unfamiliar with these products or concepts:
• Go to the Management Web site on the HP Web Site at
http://www.hp.com/go/netserver_mgmt to view information
on HP TopTools and all server management options for your NetServer.
• Read the HP NetServer Server Management Reference Guide included
with your NetServer. This guide covers TopTools and all other server
management utilities and options for the NetServer.
• View demonstrations of HP Remote Assistant and other third-party
management applications. On the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM,
select HP Management Solutions on the Main Menu, and then select
"Execute HP Management Solutions Demonstration."
TopTools for Servers
HP TopTools for Servers is new browser-based management software that
provides remote administration and monitoring of critical server components.
TopTools provides vital information for the fastest troubleshooting and proactive
management of NetServers. Processors, memory, storage, and NICs are a few
examples of the components managed by TopTools.
Some of the features of TopTools include:
• Notification of problems with key hardware components, including
memory, disk drives, SCSI controllers, NICs, and power supplies, as well
as environmental problems with temperature and voltage
• Unified event log to review a complete history of server activity in one
place
• Predictive disk problem warning backed by HP pre-failure warranty
replacement
• Disk capacity threshold alert and usage tracking
• View of critical server inventory information, such as the BIOS version,
driver and firmware versions, ISA and PCI slot contents, and serial and
parallel ports
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• Easy linkage with leading management platforms, including HP
OpenView Network Node Manager and Workgroup Node Manager
• Support for DMI 2.0, which provides the same Desktop Management
Interface inventory information for NetServers as for desktop PCs
TopTools is included with every NetServer L series server and should be installed
to help your service provider troubleshoot your system. TopTools is located on
HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM versions G.01.50 and later G versions, as well
as L.10.00 and later L versions.
• See the HP NetServer Management Reference Guide for detailed
installation instructions.
• You can also download the TopTools software and documentation from
the NetServer Web Site at
http://www.hp.com/go/netserver_mgmt
Integrated Remote Assistant
Integrated Remote Assistant is a separate management controller built into the
NetServer. It enables remote modem-based server management and alerting
through a pager for improved remote administration of your NetServer.
Integrated Remote Assistant provides:
• Console redirection, independent of server state
• Access regardless of system state for troubleshooting and problem
resolution
• Pager notification of critical server events to alert you earlier to problems
• Access to the server event log
• Server reset and power control
• Remote system BIOS update
• Password and dial-back security
• Remote management capabilities enhanced with pcANYWHERE-32,
providing full remote control of Microsoft Windows NT servers across the
network or over a modem connection
See the HP NetServer Remote Administrator Guide for details.
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PcANYWHERE-32
pcANYWHERE-32 is remote-control graphics-redirection software from
Symantec Corporation that allows you to take control of Microsoft Windows NT
servers across the network or over a modem. Refer to the HP NetServer Online
Documentation CD-ROM for details, or the HP NetServer Remote
Administrator Guide.
NetServer Utilities
NetServer Utilities displays a menu where you can directly execute utilities, such
as the following:
• Diagnostic Assistant: Provides an easy-to-use hardware diagnostic for
system verification, burn-in, and rapid troubleshooting.
• Diskette Library: Allows you to conveniently generate any flexible diskette
available on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM. For example, you can
create the following diskettes: BIOS Update, NOS Drivers, and Diagnostic
Assistant.
• Event Log Reporting Utility: Displays all logged server management
events, Power-On Self Test (POST) errors, and other system events.
• Print or View Information: Allows you to print or view the current system
configuration, including details of which boards are detected in the system
and which resources are allocated to the boards.
• System BIOS Update Utility: Allows you to update the BIOS of your
NetServer.
User Preferences
User Preferences lets you change the language and the system date and time. You
can also change the language of the BIOS.
Symbios Configuration Utility
If you need to verify or modify SCSI host adapter settings, or if you need to lowlevel format SCSI disks or verify SCSI disk media, run the Symbios
Configuration utility, as follows:
Turn on or reboot your system.
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During system start-up or reset, when the message
Press <Ctrl> <C> to start Symbios Configuration
Utility
appears, press the CTRL and C keys at the same time.
Use the arrow keys to move the cursor, press ENTER to select an option, and
press ESC to exit.
1. To change adapter settings:
• Select an adapter from the list in the Main Menu
• Select "Adapter Setup". This option configures the SCSI ID setting
and other advanced adapter settings.
2. To format a hard disk or change hard disk parameters:
• Select an adapter from the list in the Main Menu
• Select "Device Selections"
• Select the hard disk to format
• Select "format" menu option
For more details, including default settings, refer to Information Assistant on the
HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM.
ISA Non-Plug-and-Play Boards (Optional)
Reserving Resources for ISA Non-Plug-and-Play Boards
If you have installed an ISA non-Plug-and Play accessory board, you must
reserve system resources for it. Turn on the monitor and the NetServer, and start
the Setup utility by pressing the F2 key when
Press <F2> to enter SETUP
appears on the boot screen.
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NOTE
Pressing the F2 key when prompted should start the Setup
utility. For some ISA boards, the Setup utility will not start,
and you must remove the ISA board, use the Setup utility to
reserve system resources for the ISA board, and reinstall the
ISA board.
Use the Setup utility to allocate system resources to the ISA non-Plug-and-Play
accessory board.
Configuring an ISA Non-Plug-and-Play Board
If you installed an ISA non-Plug-and-Play accessory board (such as certain
modem boards, network interface boards, or multi-port boards) in an NetServer,
you must reserve system resources for the board by using the Setup utility.
1. Read the documentation for the accessory board and determine what
system resources it requires. These resources may include memory range,
I/O port range, DMA channel, and interrupt (IRQ) level. For some
resources there may be one value, or several values from which you may
select by configuring jumpers or switches on the board. A board may not
require resources from all of these categories. If the documentation for the
board does not discuss some of these resources, they may not be required,
and need not be reserved.
2. Turn on power to the NetServer and display monitor.
3. When you see the message
"Press <F2> to enter SETUP"
appears on the display monitor, press the F2 function key.
4. If a password has been set, provide it when prompted.
5. When the Setup Utility menu is displayed, use the left and right arrow
keys to select the Configuration menu.
6. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight ISA non-Plug-and-Play
Devices, and press ENTER to select that submenu.
7. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight Memory Resources, and
press ENTER to select that submenu.
8. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight the memory block that
corresponds to the memory range required for the ISA board you are
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installing, and press the + or - key on the keypad to reserve it. If the
memory range required for a board spans two or more blocks shown on
the screen, reserve all blocks required by the board. If the memory range
required for the board is less than one block, select the whole block that
contains the range.
9. When all the necessary memory blocks are reserved, press ESC to return
to the ISA non-Plug-and-Play Devices submenu.
10. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight the DMA Resources item,
and press ENTER to select that submenu.
11. Use the up and down arrow keys to select the DMA channel that
corresponds to the DMA channel required for the ISA board you are
installing, and press the + or - key on the keypad to reserve it. Reserve all
DMA channels needed for the board.
12. When all the necessary DMA channels are reserved, press ESC to return
to the ISA non-Plug-and-Play Devices submenu.
13. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight I/O Resources, and press
ENTER to select that submenu.
14. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight the I/O port block that
corresponds to the I/O port range required by the board you are installing,
and press the + or - key on the keypad to reserve that block. If the I/O port
range required for the board spans two or more blocks shown on the
screen, reserve all blocks required by the board. If the I/O port range
required for the board is less than one block, select the whole block that
contains the range.
15. When all the necessary I/O port blocks are reserved, press ESC to return
to the ISA non-Plug-and-Play Devices submenu.
16. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight Interrupt Resources, and
press ENTER to select that submenu.
17. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight the IRQ that corresponds to
the IRQ required for the board you are installing, and press the + or - key
on the keypad to reserve that IRQ. Reserve all IRQs needed for the board.
18. When all the necessary IRQs and other resources are reserved, press the
F10 function key to save and exit.
19. In the Setup Confirmation dialog box, press ENTER to answer "Yes" to
the question, "Save configuration and exit now?" The NetServer will
reboot.
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If you change your mind and want to exit the Setup utility
without making the changes you have selected, press ESC
once or twice to return to the Setup Utility menu. Use the right
arrow key to select the Exit menu. Use the down arrow key to
highlight Exit Discarding Changes. In the Setup Warning
dialog box, use the spacebar or right arrow key to highlight
Yes. Press ENTER to answer "Yes" to the question.
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Overview
The HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM includes Information
Assistant, which contains the entire set of documentation for your NetServer.
Information Assistant provides a quick and efficient means to locate information
about installing, managing and servicing your NetServer. It has complete
documentation on the NetServer and accessories; important information on your
NOS; and reference information, such as functional descriptions and technical
papers to help you better understand your NetServer and make choices
compatible with your network.
Using Information Assistant
Information Assistant has many features that help you quickly find the
information you need. The following is a brief description of these features. To
understand how to use each function, use the Information Assistant help system.
Restart from the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM on the
NetServer and run Information Assistant, or install Information Assistant as an
application program on a Windows client machine (see the section "Installing HP
Information Assistant Software").
Getting Help
The Help button displays the help system for Information
Assistant. The Information Assistant help system explains how to
use Information Assistant to find the information you need.
Finding Information
Information Assistant provides many ways to navigate through its topics and
locate information. For example, you can:
Select a topic from the Map. Displays a window with an outline
of every module and topic in Information Assistant for the selected
product. The Map enables you to view the contents of the
Information Assistant in outline format, and then select a topic to
view.
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Search for a word or phrase using Search. Search performs fulltext searches for topic text. It not only takes you to the topic found,
but highlights the word or words found by the search. You can use
search operators such as AND, OR, NOT, and NEAR to further
narrow your search.
Select a Product button. Each button represents a product or
group of products.
Go to a topic with Previous button. Displays the previous topic in
a module.
Go to a topic with Next button. Displays the next topic in a
module.
Go to a previously viewed topic with Back button. Displays the
previous topic viewed. Clicking this button more than once
backtracks through topics in the order that you viewed them.
You can also navigate between topics by using hot spots and by using the History
button to revisit previously viewed topics. For example:
• Jump to other topics. Click on hot spots in graphics and text that link to
other topics or to more information about the current topic. Hot spot text
appears as bold green text. Identify hot spots on graphics by moving the
pointer over the graphic. When you point to a hot spot, the pointer
changes to a hand.
• Return to any previously viewed topic by choosing History from the
Topic menu. As you view topics, Information Assistant keeps a record of
where you have been. The History button displays a list of the topics you
have viewed, starting with the most recent. Select any topic from this list
to return to it.
Copying and Printing Information
You can copy topic text in Information Assistant for use in other applications,
such as word processors, by copying text onto the Windows Clipboard and
pasting the text into any Windows application.
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To print topics in Information Assistant, use one of the print options on the File
drop-down menu. You can choose to print the current topic or all of the topics in
a product book.
After selecting the print option, the Windows Print dialog box appears. Print
options vary with the capabilities of your printer.
Installing HP Information Assistant Software
HP Information Assistant runs on a PC running Windows 3.1 and above,
Windows 95 or Windows NT. Install it from the HP NetServer Online
Documentation CD-ROM onto the client system that will manage the NetServer.
The installation program gives you the option of accessing the data files from
your hard disk or from the CD-ROM. The default is to access the data files from
the CD-ROM. You can copy the data files to your hard disk to improve access
time, but this could take up a significant amount of disk space.
Installing from the CD-ROM
To install Information Assistant onto a Windows PC from the HP NetServer
Online Documentation CD-ROM, perform these steps:
1. Turn on your computer and CD-ROM drive.
2. Run Windows and display the Program Manager.
3. Insert the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM into the CDROM drive.
4. From Program Manager, select the File menu and choose Run.
5. At the command prompt, type the following:
drive: \infoasst\setup
where drive is the letter of the CD-ROM drive.
6. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.
In Program Manager, the Setup utility creates a new program group called
NetServer Information Assistant, with an icon for running the application.
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Troubleshooting Tools
If you are having problems installing your NetServer, there are a number of
different tools available for troubleshooting.
1. Indicator lights on the NetServer front panel are described in Chapter 1.
2. The HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM contains:
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Troubleshooting Information
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Part Information
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A List of Error Messages and Beep Error Messages
3. HP NetServer Utilities (on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM ): At
the NetServer Navigator Main Menu, select "NetServer Utilities" to use
the following utilities:
◊
HP Diagnostic Assistant Utility: An easy-to-use hardware diagnostic
for system verification, burn-in, and rapid troubleshooting. The
Diagnostic Assistant is also located on a flexible disk mounted inside
your NetServer cabinet in a plastic pouch.
◊
Print or View Configuration: Enables you to print or view the current
system configuration, including details of which boards are detected in
the system and which resources are allocated to the boards
◊
Diskette Library: Enables you to conveniently generate any flexible
diskette available on the NetServer Navigator CD-ROM. For example,
you can create the following diskettes: BIOS Update, NOS Drivers,
NetServer Assistant, NetServer SNMP Agents, NetServer DMI
Instrumentation, Diagnostic Assistant and Remote Assistant Upgrade.
◊
Error Message Utility: Lets you view descriptions of errors that
occur during the Power-On Self Test (POST) and tells you how to
handle the errors.
◊
Event Log Report Utility: Describes server management events and
lets you review a list of errors and other system events.
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For problems with HP TopTools, refer to the HP NetServer Management
Reference Guide on the HP Web Site at
http://www.hp.com/go/netserver
Common Installation Problems
The following sections contain general procedures to help you locate installation
problems. If you need assistance, it is recommended that you contact your reseller
first. If you need to get assistance from Hewlett-Packard, refer to Appendix D for
information on service and support.
CAUTION
The NetServer must have its covers in place for proper
cooling. When you replace a hot-swappable item (or open the
NetServer while it is operating for any other reason) do not
run it for more than 2 minutes with the covers off. The
processor has its own fan and fan baffle, and the processor
must not run for more than 1 minute without the fan baffle in
place. Failure to observe these precautions may result in
thermal damage to the NetServer.
WARNING
Before removing the cover, always disconnect the power cord
and unplug telephone cables. Disconnect telephone cables to
avoid exposure to shock hazard from telephone ringing
voltages. Disconnect the power cord to avoid exposure to high
energy levels that may cause burns when parts are shortcircuited by metal objects such as tools or jewelry.
Troubleshooting Sequence
To troubleshoot an installation problem, do the following:
•
First make sure that the system is configured properly. Most system
problems are the result of incorrect system and SCSI subsystem
configurations.
◊
The HP NetServer is shipped with the hot-swap drive unconfigured.
Do ONE of the following:
•
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logical drives. Select "Execute" on the Configure Disk Array
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screen to start the HP NetRAID Assistant. For more information,
refer to the Integrated HP NetRAID Controller Configuration
Guide.
◊
Exclude SCSI A channel from the integrated HP NetRAID
controller, as follows:
a.
Restart the HP NetServer.
b.
When you see the message "Press <F2> to enter SETUP" on
the monitor, press the F2 function key.
c.
When the Setup Utility menu appears, use the up and down
arrow keys to highlight "Included SCSI A Channel [Yes]."
d.
Use the +/- keys to change it to "Included SCSI A Channel
[No]."
e.
Press the F10 function key to save and exit.
f.
Answer "Yes" to the question, "Save configuration and exit
now?" The NetServer will start up again, and HP Navigator
will restart.
• If it is a network-related error, determine if the server has enough memory
and hard disk drive capacity. Consult your network operating system
manual.
• Verify that all cables and boards are securely plugged into their
appropriate connectors or slots.
• Remove all added options and always change one thing, and only one
thing, at a time.
• Unplug the power cord, wait 20 seconds, plug the power cord in again,
and restart the system.
If it is a hardware error, follow these steps:
1. Log users off the LAN and power down the server. Disconnect the power
cord and unplug telephone cables. Remove the NetServer cover.
2. Simplify the NetServer configuration to the minimum required: a monitor,
one flexible and one hard disk drive and a keyboard. Remove all thirdparty options, and reinstall one at a time, checking the system after each
installation. Reconnect the power cord and telephone cables.
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3. Restart the system. If the system does not function, refer to "If the System
Will Not Power On." If you get an error message, follow the instructions
on the screen.
If the System Does Not Power On
Follow these steps:
1. Check to ensure that all cables and power cords are firmly plugged into
their proper receptacles.
2. Check to ensure that all parts of the system are turned on and
properly adjusted.
3. If the server is plugged into a switched multiple-outlet box, make sure the
switch on the outlet box is turned on.
4. Plug a different electrical device (such as a printer) into the power outlet,
and turn it on.
5. Unplug the power cord, wait 20 seconds, plug the power cord in again,
and restart the system.
If the System Powers On, but Fails POST (Power-On Self Test)
Do one of the following:
• If the system gives a series of beeps, this indicates a system error. Contact
HP or your reseller.
• If the system fails POST and an error message displays on the screen, see
the section "Error Messages." If the suggested solutions do not solve your
problem, contact HP or your reseller.
If the System Passes POST (Power-On Self Test)
but Does Not Function
If an error message displays on the screen, read the error message text for actions
to take. If the actions do not solve your problem, contact HP or your reseller.
If there is no error message, follow these steps:
1. Check to ensure that the NetServer is configured correctly in the Setup
Utility.
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2. If the server still does not work, turn it off and remove all external
peripherals, except the monitor and keyboard. Test to see if the server now
works.
3.
If the server still does not work, turn off the monitor, the server, and all
external devices, and check the internal hardware, as follows:
a. Unplug the power cord and all telephone cables. Remove the
NetServer cover.
b. Check that all accessory boards are firmly seated in their slots.
c. Ensure that all disk drive power and data cables are securely and
properly connected. Verify the mass storage configuration with the
cabling and switch diagrams shown on the HP NetServer Reference
Board, located in a plastic pouch on the interior of the NetServer
covers.
d. Verify that the DIMMs are firmly seated on the System Board. Verify
that added DIMMs are HP DIMMs.
e. Replace the NetServer covers, and lock the system.
f. Replace all power cords and power cables.
g. Turn on the monitor.
h. Turn on the server.
i. Check for error messages.
4. Run Diagnostic Assistant from the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM.
Diagnostic Assistant is also provided on a diskette mounted inside your
NetServer in a plastic pouch.
Error Messages
If you get an error message, insert your HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM into
the CD-ROM drive and press the Reset button on the front of the NetServer. An
error message utility will automatically display the error message and a possible
solution.
For a complete list of error messages and solutions see the NetServer Information
Assistant program on the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM.
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POST Error Codes
Refer to this list if error codes appear after the NetServer is powered on.
Table 12-1. POST Error Codes
Code
Message
00B00h
Missing Microcode Update data block for Pentium II CPU
00B0lh
Missing Microcode Update data block for Pentium II CPU
00Bl0h
Failure Loading Microcode Update data block for Pentium II CPU
00Bllh
Failure Loading Microcode Update data block for Pentium II CPU
00B20h
Defective Microcode Update data block for Pentium II CPU
00B2lh
Defective Microcode Update data block for Pentium II CPU
00090h
DIMM management failure
00080h
HP NetServer Management Controller Selftest Failure
00510h
IDE Device #0 Error
00l00h
Keyboard Error
00l0lh
Keyboard Error
00012h
Incorrect System Configuration
000llh
Date and Time Lost
00300h
Flexible Disk Drive A Error
00301h
Flexible Disk Drive B Error
00801h
System Cache Error
00400h
CD-ROM Error
00500h
IDE Device Error
00501h
IDE Device Error
00040h
Invalid PC Serial Number, correct with F2
00020h
Option ROM Error
00105h
Mouse Error
00102h
Keyboard Error
00106h
Mouse Error
00103h
Keyboard Error
00800h
System Cache Error
00700h
System Memory Error
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Code
Message
00401h
CD-ROM Error
00310h
Flexible Disk Drive Error
00311h
Flexible Disk Drive Error
00600h
Video Memory Error
00520h
IDE Device 0 Error
00521h
IDE Device 1 Error
00522h
IDE Device 2 Error
00523h
IDE Device 3 Error
00305h
Flexible Disk Drive Error
000llh
Date and Time Lost
00041h
Invalid internal product type, correct with F2
00306h
Flexible Disk Drive Error
00070h
Proteus FPGA data loading failed
00071h
Proteus FPGA data checksum failed
00072h
Integrated HP NetRAID controller firmware not responding
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System Design, Integration, and Support
The hardware, utility software, and any operating system or environment
software supplied by Hewlett-Packard provide an enhanced, industry-standard
base. A network operating system, utilities, and application software have been
added to create your complete system.
The most effective source of system and software support is the organization that
designed and configured your complete system. This can be a reseller, a
consultant, or your company's information systems department.
The organization that worked with you to define your application and
configuration--including hardware or software not supplied by HP--knows your
unique operating procedures and can provide local, personal, and uniquely
responsive support.
Your Authorized HP Reseller is backed by special HP resources; your company's
information systems department is normally backed by a Response Center
telephone support contract from HP.
If you have designed and configured the system yourself, you are filling the role
of reseller, consultant, or information systems department yourself--and you must
work with the different hardware and software manufacturers to obtain
assistance. Refer to each manufacturer's documentation for information on
obtaining telephone support, repair service, World Wide Web, Internet FTP, or
automated fax support. If you are performing system integration, we recommend
that you subscribe to CompuServe, as described later in this appendix.
For topics that require on-site visits or continuing contact, such as network
design, performance tuning, and mainframe communication, paid consulting is
available from value-added resellers, independent consultants, and HP's
Professional Services Organization.
Information and Support When You Need It
Hewlett-Packard offers a complete set of support and information sources--each
discussed in this appendix:
• HP Navigator release history and status report
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• HP NetServer Information Assistant
• HP TopTools server management software
• CompuServe discussion forum and library
• World Wide Web and Internet FTP
• Automated Fax
• HP Repair and Telephone Support
HP provides a complete communications program to help you keep up to date
with your HP NetServer:
• HP Proactive Notifications
• HP Navigator CD-ROM Subscription
This chapter also covers the following:
• Ordering HP cables, drive trays, and manuals
• Contacting HP's Regional Headquarters
• Joining CompuServe
HP Navigator Release History and Status Report
To ensure that you have the latest versions of the software, obtain the current HP
Navigator CD-ROM release history. The release history is updated for each new
release of the CD-ROM.
The release history briefly describes the following for each release:
• Major changes to the HP Navigator CD-ROM that were made for
that release
• Version number
• Release date
• Part number of the HP Navigator CD-ROM
• Document number
The status report for your specific HP Navigator CD-ROM describes in detail any
software updates between this version of the CD-ROM and the previous version.
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To obtain a release history or a status report, you will need one of these
document numbers:
• Release history: document number is 6005
• Status report: The number is different for each status report. Each version
of the HP Navigator CD-ROM has a four-digit document number printed
on the disk.
You can obtain the release history and status report for your CD-ROM in one of
these ways:
• Internet WWW:
http://www.hp.com/netserver/servsup
• Internet FTP:
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/servers
• CompuServe:
GO HPPC
download document 6005.txt from the NetServer library
• Fax:
Call HP's fax system at (1 800) 333-1917.
Outside the U.S. and Canada, call (1 208) 344-4809 from your fax machine.
Request document number 6005.
HP Navigator CD-ROM Subscription Service
Subscribe to the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM Subscription Service to
automatically receive CD-ROM updates. The subscription service issues up to
12 releases per year.
The updates include the following:
• Updates to your system software, such as BIOS and driver upgrades
• Enhancements to server management tools
For a subscription form and subscription rates see:
• Internet WWW: http://www.hp.com/netserver/servsup
• Fax: Call HP's fax system at (1 800) 333-1917. Outside the U.S. and
Canada, call (1 208) 344-4809 from your fax machine.
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HP Navigator CD-ROM
The HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM is an information retrieval system for
quick access to information on HP NetServers and accessories, NOS installation
and tuning, and product service and support.
For subscription information on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM, obtain
ordering instructions from the library at the HPPC forum on CompuServe, via
HP's World Wide Web home page, or from HP's automated fax system. Each of
these services is described elsewhere in this appendix.
HP Information Assistant
HP Information Assistant on the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM
gives you access to technical and product information while you are installing
and configuring your HP NetServer using Configuration Assistant. It is also
installable from the HP Navigator CD-ROM for information retrieval from any
PC running Microsoft Windows 3.1 (or higher), Windows 95, or Windows NT.
Information Assistant uses advanced hypertext techniques to make the
information easily accessible.
HP TopTools
HP TopTools provides a set of web-based management tools you can use to
maintain and control your HP NetServers running Microsoft Windows NT or
Novell NetWare/IntranetWare.
To help maintain your network, HP TopTools provides you with extensive and
timely information about your network servers. Using HP TopTools, you know
when a server is experiencing problems, what to do about it, or if it is likely to
have problems in the near future.
HP TopTools is available on the HP Navigator CD-ROM, or at the HP internet
web site at:
http://www.hp.com/netserver/products/management
Refer to the HP TopTools Administrator Guide included with your NetServer, or
at the internet web site, above.
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CompuServe Discussion Forum and Library
CompuServe, the worldwide electronic information utility, provides support,
technical data, and updated software drivers for the products of over 900
hardware and software manufacturers, including Hewlett-Packard.
With a CompuServe account, you post your question publicly in a managed,
focused forum dedicated to one manufacturer or topic. People who regularly visit
that forum read your question and reply within a day or two. If the topic is
complex or controversial, an electronic discussion may start among several
people--providing you with a group consensus.
HP products are covered on CompuServe in forums operated by independent
consultants. The NetServer section of the HPPC forum is visited regularly by HP
employees and a group of knowledgeable and friendly NetServer users. Libraries
are maintained that contain newsletters, technical articles, drivers, and other
software modules. Enter "GO HPPC" to reach the HP Systems Forum.
There are CompuServe forums covering most hardware and software
manufacturers. In addition to the HPPC forum, some other forums of interest
to HP NetServer owners include those for Banyan®, IBM® OS/2, Intel,
HP Peripherals, Lotus®, Microsoft Windows NT®, Novell®, Oracle®, SCO,
and Sybase®.
See "Joining CompuServe," at the end of this appendix, to open a CompuServe
account (with a free introductory membership and free usage credit.)
World Wide Web and Internet FTP
HP has a home page on the Internet World Wide Web specifically for the HP
NetServer. For information or to download drivers:
http://www.hp.com/netserver/servsup
To download HP NetServer drivers from HP via Internet FTP, enter the
following:
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/servers
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Automated Fax
HP's automated fax system contains full product data sheets, price guides, and a
subset of the HP NetServer support information.
In the U.S., call (800) 333-1917 from a push button tone phone to request that an
index of available documents be sent to your fax machine. Call again to select the
documents that you want transmitted.
Outside the U.S. and Canada, call (208) 344-4809 from your fax machine. Use
the handset and touch-tone keyboard on your fax machine to request an index of
available documents. After you have made your choice, you are instructed to
press START on your fax machine and hang up the handset. The telephone
connection is maintained and used to send the fax to your machine. Call again
from your fax machine to select the documents that you want transmitted to you.
If you are using a fax modem instead of a fax machine, this process works only if
your fax software provides a START command.
Proactive Notification for HP NetServer Products
HP Proactive Notification is a web-based information service that provides timely
technical support information on HP NetServer products via email.
As a new user of HP Proactive Notification, you will be asked to complete a
simple web-based questionnaire that profiles your specific support needs. This
free service then searches HP NetServer information and, based on your profile,
proactively provides you with the important information that you need to
effectively manage your network.
The types of technical information that will be emailed to you include:
• Software driver notifications, such as BIOS updates, patches, and NOSspecific drivers
• HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM Release History
• HP Proactive Notification articles
• Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) documents
• Accessory information
You can sign up HP for Proactive Notification by visiting the following World
Wide Web URL:
http://proact.hp.com:8088/NetServer
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This address is case-sensitive. The 'N' and 'S' in 'NetServer'
must be capitalized.
Telephone Support
During the warranty period, telephone technical support is available to assist you
with setup, configuration, startup, and troubleshooting of your HP hardware
product.
Telephone support is generally available from the manufacturers and resellers of
the various non-HP hardware and software components. Refer to the product
documentation or your reseller for additional information.
Assistance with additional functions such as system design, operating system
upgrades, or performance optimization--and assistance with other technical
areas, such as cabling, non-HP hardware, or multiple operating system
environments--is available from Hewlett-Packard, resellers, or consultants at
additional charge. For example, HP offers LAN Support Service, or
Comprehensive Network Support Service with a 7-day, 24-hour option for
network operating systems and multi-vendor hardware. Contact your local HP
office for details.
NOTE
Sales and support for this Hewlett-Packard product may not be
currently available in all countries listed below.
Before Telephoning for Technical Support
Please consult the documentation provided with your product to assure that the
features of your system are properly configured. Also consult the documentation
provided with any software and accessories installed in your system.
In particular, if you selected the NOS vendor's installation process (manual
installation, rather than HP automated installation), you should have printed out
and read the Network Operating System Installation Instructions. Please review
those instructions before telephoning for support.
If you need to print the HP Network Operating System Installation Instructions
now, do the following:
1. Restart the system from the HP Navigator CD-ROM.
2. From the HP Navigator Main Menu, select Configuration Assistant and
Installation Assistant.
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3. From the Configuration Assistant menu, select Custom.
4. From the Select NOS menu, select your network operating system, and the
version, if necessary.
5. Select No when the Select NOS screen asks, "Would you like to use HP's
automated mode of NOS installation?"
6. Configuration Advisor displays configuration advisories. Read them to see
if any relate to your problem. You can also do the following:
◊
Save the configuration advisories to disk as ASCII file "advisor.txt" to
print later, as described in Step 9.
◊
View the Tested Products List to verify that all accessories are
compatible with your system.
7. Select Continue to display the Custom Configuration menu.
8. From the Custom Configuration menu, select Show NOS Installation
Instructions.
9. Insert a flexible disk into the drive, and select Save to Disk. After the
ASCII file has been written, remove the flexible disk from the drive. print
it out later from a computer connected to a printer.
10. Select Exit, and then select Yes to exit and restart the system.
11. Print the HP Network Operating System Installation Instructions out from
a computer connected to a printer.
The NOS vendor's HP NOS installation instructions, the Network Operating
System Installation Instructions, and this user guide contain troubleshooting
sections. Please refer to them and to Configuration Advisor on the HP Navigator
CD-ROM before telephoning for support.
Obtaining HP Repair and Telephone Support
Chapter 15, "Warranty and Software License" gives details of the hardware
warranty--including which HP products are covered, travel limitations, charges
for non-HP-caused service calls, etc.
Please refer to Chapter 12, "Troubleshooting," for the steps to follow before
calling for service.
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Prior to calling for support, record this information:
• Product model name and number
• Product serial number
• Operating system type and revision level
• Add-on boards or hardware installed
• Third-party hardware or software
• Applicable hardware driver revision levels
• A list of system resources, both used and available. Use the
configuration utility to obtain this list
• Any system or diagnostic error messages. Run Diagnostic Assistant
(from the HP Navigator CD-ROM, the Diagnostic Assistant diskette,
or downloaded from the HP web site) and print a list of all errors
reported
Provide a detailed description of the problem(s) including:
• Exact error message(s)
• When and where the message occurs
• What was the server doing at the time of the error
• What is the frequency of the error
• What was the last display on the monitor
• What changes were made to the server recently (including hardware
and/or software)
For hardware repair or telephone support in the U.S. and Canada, contact either:
• Participating Service Authorized HP Personal Computer Reseller
or
• HP Customer Support Center (Colorado) (970) 635-1000 from 6 AM
to 8 PM Mountain Time on Monday through Friday and from 9 AM to
3 PM Mountain Time on Saturday
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For hardware repair or telephone support in Europe, contact either:
• Participating Service Authorized HP Personal Computer Reseller
or
• HP Customer Support Center (Netherlands):
Austria:
0660 6386
Belgium (Dutch):
02 626 8806
Belgium (French):
02 626 8807
Denmark:
3929 4099
Finland:
02 03 47 288
France:
01 43 62 3434
Germany:
0180 525 8143
Ireland:
01 662 5525
Italy:
02 2 641 0350
Netherlands:
020 6068751
Norway:
22 11 6299
Portugal:
01 441 7199
Spain:
902 321 123
Sweden:
08 619 2170
Switzerland:
084 880 1111
United Kingdom:
0171 512 5202
International (English):
44 171 512 5202
Other countries. For hardware service, contact your local reseller or HP office.
For telephone support, contact your authorized HP reseller.
Ordering HP Cables, Drive Trays, and
Technical Publications
If you need more technical information, Hewlett-Packard publishes other
references that you can order from HP, such as the HP NetServer Product Line
Service Handbook.
Service information and reference documents, such as the Dealer Configuration
File Creation Guide (CFG), are also available in Information Assistant on the HP
Navigator CD-ROM.
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Telephone Ordering Information
U.S.
• To identify a part or manual: automated fax (800) 333-1917;
voice (916) 783-0804.
• To order with a credit card: (800) 227-8164.
Canada
• Call (800) 387-3154.
• Also available for part or manual identification: automated fax
(800) 333-1917; voice (916) 783-0804.
Latin America
• Call your local HP office or (305) 267-4220 (Miami).
• Also available for part or manual identification: call (208) 344-4809 from
your fax machine; voice (916) 783-0804.
Other Countries
• Call your local HP office.
• Also available for part or manual identification: call (208) 344-4809 from
your fax machine; voice (916) 783-0804.
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Contacting HP Regional Headquarters
Should you need to contact Hewlett-Packard, check your local telephone directory
for the HP Sales and Service Office near you. If you cannot locate an HP office,
contact one of the Worldwide HP Marketing Headquarters listed here:
Asia/Pacific Headquarters
Hewlett-Packard Asia Pacific Ltd.
17-21/F Shell Tower, Times Sq.
1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay
Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 599-7777
Fax: (+852) 506-9261
Latin America Headquarters
Hewlett-Packard Company
Waterford Building, 9th Floor
5200 Blue Lagoon
Miami, FL 33126, USA
Phone: (+1 305) 267-4220
Fax: (+1 305) 267-4247
Europe/Middle East/Africa
Hewlett-Packard S.A.
150, route du Nant-d'Avril
1217 Meyrin 2/Geneva
Switzerland
Phone: (+41 22) 780-8111
Fax: (+41 22) 780-8542
Joining CompuServe
To open a CompuServe account or to obtain information on access numbers and
charges in your country, you can purchase a CompuServe startup kit at a
computer software reseller or you can contact CompuServe directly.
Mention "Representative 133" to receive a free introductory membership with a
free usage credit.
CompuServe
P.O. Box 20212
Columbus, Ohio 43220 USA
(1 800) 524-3388
Direct: (1 614) 529-1349
Fax: (1 614)529-1610
CompuServe Europe
Postfach 11 69
82001 Unterbaching/Muenchen Germany
Freephone: 0130-37-32
Direct: (+49 89) 66-535-111
Fax: (+49 89) 66-535-242
CompuServe also has offices and agents in the following countries:
• Argentina--CompuServe S.A., Buenos Aires
• Australia/NZ--CompuServe Pacific, Fujitsu Australia, Chatswood NSW
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• Chile--ChilePac, Santiago
• France--CompuServe SARL, Rueil
• Hong Kong--CompuServe Hong Kong, Motorola AirCommunications
• Hungary--CompuServe Hungary, Middle Europe Network, Budapest
• Israel--CompuServe Israel, Trendline Info. Comm., Tel Aviv
• Japan--NIFTY Corporation, Tokyo
• Mexico--CompuServe Mexico, Infoacces S.A. de C.V., Mexico City
• South Africa--CompuServe Africa, Lynnwood Ridge
• South Korea--ATEL Co., Seoul
• Taiwan--TTN-Serve, Taiwan Telecomm, Taipei
• United Kingdom--CompuServe Ltd., Bristol
• Venezuela--CompuServe C.A. Venezuela, Caracas
From elsewhere, call CompuServe in the U.S. at (614) 529-1349.
Fax: (614) 529-1610.
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The specifications listed below can vary if you install a mass storage device in
your server that has more stringent environmental limits. Make sure that the
operating environment for your server is suitable for all the mass storage devices
that you are using.
Environment
Temperature
Operating
Non-operating
5° to 35° C (41° to 95° F)
-40° to +65° C (-40° to +149° F)
Humidity (noncondensing)
Operating
20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing
Non-operating
Altitude
Operating
Non-operating
5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
-30 to 3,000 m (~ 10,000 ft)
-30 to 12,000 m (~ 40,000 ft)
Minimum Clearance
HP NetServer LH 3
Front
1 m (39 inches)
Sides
2.5 cm (1 inch)
Top
2.5 cm (1 inch)
Back
15 cm (6 inches)
HP NetServer LH 3r
Front
1 m (39 inches)
Sides
2.5 cm (1 inch)
Top
2.5 cm (1 inch)
Back
15 cm (6 inches)
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Weight and Dimensions
HP NetServer LH 3
Height
494.8 mm (19.5 in)
Width
350.5 mm (13.8 in)
Depth
724.2 mm (28.5 in)
Weight
35 - 50 kg (77 - 110 lb)
NOTE A fully-loaded NetServer can weigh up to
160 pounds. Follow local regulations,
and use one person for every 40 pounds
of NetServer weight when lifting it.
HP NetServer LH 3r
Height
354.7 mm (14 in)
Width
482.6 mm (19 in)
Depth
749.2 mm (29.5 in)
Weight
35 - 50 kg (77 - 110 lb)
NOTE A fully-loaded NetServer can weigh up to
160 pounds. Follow local regulations, and
use one person for every 40 pounds of
NetServer weight when lifting it.
Power Supply Specifications
Power supply type
Auto-Ranging
Input voltages:
Nominal:
100 to 127 VAC ~ nn A at 50/60 Hz
200 to 240 VAC ~ nn A at 50/60 Hz
Range:
90 to 132 VAC at 47 - 63 Hz
180 to 264 VAC at 47 - 63 Hz
Power supply:
108
550 W continuous
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Hardware Product Limited Warranty
HP warrants this hardware product against defects in materials and
workmanship, under normal use, for the period specified in the NetServer
Limited Warranty Table section below. The warranty period begins on the date of
delivery or on the date of installation if installed by HP or an Authorized HP
Reseller (hereafter referred to as "Reseller.") If Customer schedules or delays
HP/Reseller installation more than 30 days after delivery, warranty begins on the
31st day from delivery. HP products may contain remanufactured parts
equivalent to new in performance, or may have been subject to incidental use.
If HP or Reseller receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP
or Reseller will either, at its option, repair or replace products that prove to be
defective. Repair or replacement will be performed by HP or Reseller, at its
option, at Customer's premises or "On-site," by the Return-to-HP/Reseller
process, or by use of the Customer Replacement Part process.
Replacement parts assume the remaining warranty of the parts they replace.
Replacement parts are new or equivalent to new. When service involves the
exchange of an NetServer or a part, all removed parts, in their entirety, become
the property of HP and must be returned to HP. The replacement part becomes
Customer's property.
HP or Reseller will restore the warranted hardware product to factory original
hardware functionality. Customer is responsible for restoring any Network
Operating System, applications, or data. Should HP or Reseller be unable to
repair or replace the product within a reasonable amount of time, Customer's
alternate remedy shall be a refund of the purchase price upon return of the
hardware product.
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Software Product Limited Warranty
Hewlett-Packard Utility Software
HP utility software is covered by the HP Software Product Limited Warranty.
Third-Party Software Products
HP does not warrant the form or content of third-party software or documentation
that is distributed by HP, such as Network Operating Systems or applications and
HP provides such products "As Is." Third-party software may be warranted in
accordance with the third-party warranty statement accompanying the product.
On-site visits caused by third-party software products are subject to standard perincident travel and labor charges.
Hardware Accessories Limited Warranty
Hewlett-Packard Hardware Accessories
HP warrants this NetServer Hardware Accessory against defects in material and
workmanship, under normal use, for the period specified in the NetServer
Limited Warranty Table section below. The warranty commences on receipt of
this product by Customer from HP or Reseller. If HP or Reseller receives notice
of such defects during the warranty period, HP or Reseller will either, at its
option, repair or replace products that prove to be defective.
An NetServer Hardware Accessory is an HP hardware product, specifically
designated for use with NetServers, that is added on or integrated into an
NetServer in order to provide higher performance, capacity, or increased
capability; and is listed as a product in HP's Corporate Price List. Upon
installation inside an NetServer, the NetServer Hardware Accessory carries a
one-year Return-to-HP warranty or the remainder of the warranty period for the
original NetServer in which it is installed, whichever is longer.
Should HP or Reseller be unable to repair or replace the hardware accessory
within a reasonable amount of time, Customer's alternate remedy shall be a
refund of the purchase price upon return of the hardware accessory product.
HP/Colorado Memory Systems internal tape drives are not covered by this
warranty--they are covered under a replacement warranty included with the
product.
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HP products external to the system processor unit, such as external storage
subsystems, printers, or other peripherals, are covered by the applicable warranty
for those products.
Third-Party Hardware Products
HP does not warrant third-party hardware products. Third-party hardware
products may be warranted in accordance with the third-party warranty statement
accompanying the product. On-site visits caused by third-party hardware
products--whether internal to the NetServer system processor unit (such as nonHP DIMMs) or external to the system processor unit (such as LAN cabling)--are
subject to standard per-incident travel and labor charges.
Pre-Failure Warranty
During the warranty period of the NetServer system processor unit, selected HP
Hardware components monitored by HP TopTools for Servers are eligible for the
HP Pre-Failure Warranty. HP TopTools for Servers performs predictive disk
failure analysis on the components, and if a pre-established threshold is
exceeded, the monitored component can be replaced prior to an actual failure. HP
components covered by the Pre-Failure Warranty are HP SCSI-based hard disk
drives.
Limitation of Warranty
HP does not warrant uninterrupted or error-free operation of an NetServer.
This warranty extends only to the original owner and is not transferable.
Consumables, such as batteries, have no warranty.
The above warranties shall not apply to products from which serial numbers have
been removed or to defects resulting from misuse (including operation of
NetServers without covers and incorrect input voltage), unauthorized
modification, operation or storage outside the environmental specifications for
the product, in-transit damage, improper site preparation or maintenance, or
defects resulting from use of software, accessories, media, supplies, consumables,
or such items not supplied by HP.
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TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE ABOVE
WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND NO OTHER WARRANTY OR
CONDITION, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, IS EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED AND HP SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY,
SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
Limitation of Liability and Remedies
In no event will HP or its affiliates, subcontractors, or suppliers be liable for any
of the following:
1. Damages for loss of data, or software restoration;
2. Damages relating to Customer's procurement of substitute products or
services (i.e., "cost of cover");
3. Incidental, special, or consequential damages (including lost profits, loss
of use, Customer downtime, cost of data recovery/re-creation), even if HP
is informed of their possibility;
4. Third-party claims against Customer for losses or damages.
NetServers are not specifically designed, manufactured or intended for sale as
parts, components or assemblies for the planning, construction, maintenance, or
direct operation of a nuclear facility. Customer is solely liable if Products or
Support purchased by Customer are used for these applications. Customer will
indemnify and hold HP harmless from all loss, damage, expense or liability in
connection with such use.
HP will be liable for damage to tangible property per incident up to the greater of
$300,000 or the actual amount paid for the product that is the subject of the
claim, and for damages for bodily injury or death, to the extent that all such
damages are determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to have been directly
caused by a defective HP product.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE REMEDIES IN
THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT ARE CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. EXCEPT AS INDICATED ABOVE, IN NO
EVENT WILL HP OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF
DATA OR FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL
(INCLUDING LOST PROFIT OR DATA), OR OTHER DAMAGE,
WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE.
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Customer Responsibilities
Customer is responsible for the following:
1. Where applicable, before service is provided-a. Having the NetServer's system administrator available for consultation
with HP or Reseller;
b. Running HP-supplied configuration and diagnostics programs or
following the problem determination, problem analysis, and service
request procedures that HP or Reseller provides;
c. Securing all proprietary and confidential information;
d. Securing all programs and data;
e. Maintaining a procedure external to the products for reconstruction of
lost or altered files, data, or programs;
f. Informing HP or Reseller of changes in location of the NetServer; and
g. Obtaining any necessary licenses or permits with regard to information
provided to HP or Reseller;
2. Travel and labor charges for on-site repairs caused by third-party
hardware or software;
3. Loss of, or damage to, an NetServer in transit when Customer is
responsible for the transportation charges.
For on-site service, Customer must provide the following:
1. Access to the product,
2. Adequate working space and facilities within a reasonable distance of the
product,
3. Access to and use of all information and facilities determined necessary by
HP or Reseller to service the product, and
4. Operating supplies and consumables such as Customer would use during
normal operation.
When service is being performed on-site, an authorized representative of
Customer must be present at all times. Customer must state if the product is
being used in an environment that poses a potential health hazard to repair
personnel. HP or Reseller may refuse to provide on-site service if HP or Reseller
determines, in its sole discretion, that such product is located in an environment
which poses a potential health hazard to service personnel. HP or Reseller may
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require that the product be maintained by Customer personnel under direct HP or
Reseller supervision.
Obtaining Warranty Service
To obtain warranty service, Customer must contact HP or Reseller. The customer
must be prepared to provide the product model number and serial number and
may be required to provide dated proof of purchase.
Depending on the product, warranty repair or replacement may be provided, at
HP or Reseller's sole discretion, at Customer's location or "On-site," by the
Return-to-HP/Reseller process, or by use of the Customer Replacement Part
process.
Customer Replacement Part
Customer replaceable parts, such as the keyboard, mouse, and selected other
products, may be serviced through expedited part shipment. In this event, HP will
prepay shipping charges, duty, and taxes; provide telephone assistance on
replacement of the component; and pay shipping charges, duty, and taxes for
part(s) to be returned to HP.
Return to HP/Reseller
If on-site warranty service is not applicable, the product must be returned to a
service facility designated by HP or Reseller. Customer must enclose a copy of a
document proving date of purchase. Customer shall prepay shipping charges (and
shall pay all duty and taxes) for products returned to HP or Reseller for warranty
service. HP or Reseller shall pay for return of products to Customer except for
products returned to Customer in another country.
On-site
Response time for HP on-site service in an HP Service Travel Area is normally
next business day (excluding HP holidays) and during normal business hours for
HP Travel Zones 1-3 (generally 100 miles or 160 Km from the HP office.)
Response time is second business day for Zones 4 and 5 (200 miles, 320 Km);
third business day for Zone 6 (300 miles, 480 Km); and negotiated beyond Zone
6. Additional information is available in The HP Service and Support Travel and
Office Directory, available from any HP Sales and Service Office.
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On-site service for this product is restricted or unavailable in certain locations. In
HP Excluded Travel Areas--areas where geographical obstacles, undeveloped
roads, or unsuitable public transportation prohibit routine travel--service is
provided on a negotiated basis at extra charge.
Travel restrictions and response time for Reseller is defined by the participating
reseller.
On-site service is limited to products that remain in the country of original
Customer purchase from HP or Reseller. Outside the country of original
purchase, on-site warranty service is available only by prior arrangement either
through purchase of the product at HP's International Price, with the destination
specified at time of order, or through purchase of a service contract from the HP
Subsidiary or Distributor in the destination country. Otherwise, the product must
be returned by Customer to the country of original purchase for service.
HP may provide Customer Replacement Parts in lieu of on-site services.
Consult the purchase documents for the product or consult directly with HP or
Reseller in the country of purchase if you have any questions concerning your
warranty terms and conditions.
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NetServer Limited Warranty Coverage
Warranty Coverage Periods
Product
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
NetServer L Series
On-site1
On-site
On-site
NetServer E Series
On-site1
n/a
n/a
HP internal accessories
(i.e. HP hard disk, HP memory)
Purchased with NetServer L
Series
Purchased with NetServer E
Series
Purchased separately
HP Surestore products
On-site1
On-site1
RHP2
Exchange3
On-site
n/a
On-site
n/a
Exchange3
Exchange3
On-site1
Exchange3
On-site
Exchange3
On-site
Exchange3
HP External Accessories
HP Storage System/6
HP Surestore products
RHP = Return-to-HP/Reseller
1
For all instances of "On-site" coverage, HP may provide a Customer
Replacement Part in lieu of on-site services.
2
NetServer Hardware Accessories, purchased separately after the initial server
purchase, carry the longer of a one year Return-to-HP/Reseller warranty or the
remaining warranty of the original NetServer in which it is installed.
3
If ordered and purchased with the L-Series or E-Series, HP Surestore products
are eligible for on-site service during the server warranty period.
Technical Support
During the warranty period, telephone technical support is available to assist
with setup, configuration, startup, and troubleshooting of your hardware product.
Prior to calling HP or Reseller, please follow this checklist. This will allow HP or
Reseller to assist you more quickly and efficiently.
1. Consult the documentation provided with your product to assure that your
system features are properly configured.
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2. Execute the diagnostics provided and record the information. Consult the
accompanying documentation for instructions.
3. Record the following information:
• Product model name and number
• Product serial number
• Applicable error messages from system or diagnostics
• Applicable hardware driver revision levels
• Add-on boards or hardware
• Third-party hardware or software
• Operating system type and revision level
U.S. and Canada
For hardware service and telephone support, contact either:
• A participating Reseller
or
• HP Customer Support Center (Colorado): 970-635-1000
Europe
For hardware service and telephone support, contact either:
• A participating Reseller
or
• HP Customer Support Center (Netherlands):
Austria:
0660 6386
Belgium (Dutch):
02 626 8806
Belgium (French):
02 626 8807
Denmark:
3929 4099
Finland:
02 03 47 288
France:
01 43 62 3434
Germany:
0180 525 8143
Ireland:
01 662 5525
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Italy:
02 2 641 0350
Netherlands:
020 6068751
Norway:
22 11 6299
Portugal:
01 441 7199
Spain:
902 321 123
Sweden:
08 619 2170
Switzerland:
084 880 1111
United Kingdom:
0171 512 5202
International (English):
44 171 512 5202
Other Countries
For hardware service, contact your local Reseller or HP sales office. For
telephone support, contact your Reseller.
Self-Help Tools
Extensive technical information, product updates, and interactive forums are
available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. More detailed information regarding
these tools may be obtained at HP's home page on the Internet World Wide Web.
Internet World Wide Web:
http://www.hp.com/netserver/servsup
Internet FTP Server:
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/servers
HP Forum on CompuServe:
GO HPPC
Fax Retrieval System:
800-333-1917 (U.S.)
208-344-4809 (outside U.S.)
Audio Tips:
800-333-1917 (U.S.)
208-344-4809 (outside U.S.)
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Supplemental Warranty Service and Support
Enhanced hardware warranty services, such as after-hour or weekend coverage,
faster response time, and service in an HP Excluded Travel Area, may be
available from HP or Reseller at additional charge.
To complement HP's hardware warranty services, network and software support
services such as
• "Bundled" per-incident network support,
• Annual network support, and
• Annual network support and server application support
are available to provide a total hardware and software solution. These services
are available from HP or Reseller at additional charge.
Notice for Australia and New Zealand:
There may be warranty statements enclosed with your HP product (such as in the
user manuals or guides) which purport to restrict a consumer's rights to
compensation for example by providing that the manufacturer's express written
warranties are the exclusive warranties, that there are no other warranties such as
the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose
and/or that those implied warranties are limited to the duration of the
manufacturer's express written warranties. These do not apply to consumer
transactions in Australia or New Zealand, so if this is a consumer transaction
please disregard them.
The manufacturer's express written warranty terms, except to the extent lawfully
permitted, do not exclude, restrict or modify and are in addition to (i) the
statutory rights implied by the Australian Trade Practices Act ("TPA") or any
corresponding Australian State or Territory legislation applicable to the supply of
HP products to you in Australia; and (ii) the statutory guarantees implied by the
New Zealand Consumer Guarantees Act ("CGA") applicable to the supply of HP
products to you in New Zealand.
In Australia, the TPA provides consumers who acquire personal, domestic or
household products with rights to compensation against the local
manufacturer/importer of products even where the local manufacturer/importer
has not supplied those products directly to such consumers. For HP products, the
local importer for Australia would usually be Hewlett-Packard Australia Limited.
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Under the TPA, if at the time such a product is acquired by the first consumer,
that product is not of merchantable quality, does not correspond with a sample or
description given by the local manufacturer/importer, or is not reasonably fit for
any particular purpose made known at or before the acquisition to the local
manufacturer/importer by the first consumer, then, subject to the exceptions
under, and other requirements of, the Act, the first and subsequent consumers
who have suffered loss or damage because of that have a right to claim
compensation against the local manufacturer/importer for up to three years from
the date the cause of action arose.
In New Zealand, the CGA provides consumers who acquire personal, domestic or
household products have rights to damages against the local
manufacturer/importer of products even where the local manufacturer/importer
has not supplied those products directly to such consumers. For HP products, the
local importer for New Zealand would usually be Hewlett-Packard (NZ) Limited.
Under the CGA, if at the time such a product is acquired by the first consumer,
that product is not of acceptable quality or does not correspond with a description
given by the local manufacturer/importer, then, subject to the exceptions under,
and other requirements of, the Act, the first and subsequent consumers may have
a claim for damages.
Notice for Mexico: Hardware Warranty Statement
This warranty statement applies only to sales in Mexico.
Póliza de Garantía
Hewlett-Packard de México, S. A. de C. V. con domicilios en:
Guadalajara, Jalisco
Montemorelos No. 299
Fracc. Loma Bonita, 45060
Tel. 669 95 00
Monterrey, Nvo. León
Calz. Del Valle O. No. 409
4º Piso, Col. Del Valle
Garza García, 76030
Tel. 378 42 40
México, D.F.
Prolongación Reforma No. 470
Col. Lomas de Sta. Fe, 01210
Delegación Alvaro Obregón
Tel. 326 46 00
Garantiza este producto por el término de treinta y seis meses en todas sus partes
y mano de obra contra cualquier defecto de fabricación y funcionamiento a partir
de la fecha de entrega al consumidor final. En el caso de productos que requieran
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de enseñanza o adiestramiento en su manejo o en su instalación, a partir de la
fecha en que hubiese quedado operando normalmente el producto después de su
instalación en el domicilio que señale el consumidor.
CONDICIONES
1. Centros de Servicio, Refacciones y Partes:
Para hacer efectiva esta garantía, no podrán exigirse mayores requisitos que
la presentación de esta póliza junta con el producto en el lugar donde fue
adquirido o en cualquiera de los centros de servicio ubicados en los
domicilios de la parte superior de esta hoja, mismos en los que se pueden
adquirir refacciones y partes.
2. Cobertura:
La Empresa se compromete a reparar o cambiar el producto, así como las
piezas y componentes defectuosos del mismo, sin ningún cargo para el
consumidor. Los gastos de transportación que se deriven de su cumplimiento
serán cubiertos por Hewlett-Packard de México, S. A. de C. V.
3. Tiempo de Reparación:
El tiempo de reparación en ningún caso será mayor a treinta días contados a
partir de la recepción del producto en cualquiera de los sitios en donde
pueda hacerse efectiva la garantía.
4. Limitaciones:
Esta garantía no es válida en los siguientes casos:
A. Cuando el producto ha sido utilizado en condiciones distintas a las
normales.
B. Cuando el producto no ha sido operado de acuerdo con el instructivo
de uso en idioma Español proporcionado.
C. Cuando el producto ha sido alterado o reparado por personas no
autorizadas por Hewlett-Packard de México, S.A. de C. V.
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Producto
Marca
No. de Serie
Modelo
Nombre del Distribuidor
Dirección : ( Calle, Número, Colonia o Poblado, Delegación o Municipio )
C.P.
Ciudad.
Estado
Teléfono
Fecha de entrega o instalación
Notas
El consumidor podrá solicitar que se haga efectiva la garantía ante la propia casa
comercial donde adquirió el producto.
En caso de que la presente garantía se extraviara, el consumidor puede recurrir a
su proveedor para que se le expida otra póliza de garantía, previa presentación de
la nota de compra o factura respectiva.
Software Product Limited Warranty
The HP Software Product Limited Warranty will govern all Software which is
provided to you (including Microsoft software) as part of the HP computer
product. This HP Product Limited Warranty will supersede any non-HP software
warranty terms that may be found in any documentation or other materials
contained in the computer product packaging.
Ninety-Day Limited Software Warranty. HP warrants that HP software will
not fail to execute its programming instructions, for a period of NINETY (90)
DAYS from the date of the purchase, due to defects in material and workmanship
when properly installed and used. HP does not warrant that the software will be
uninterrupted or error free. If HP receives notice of such defects during the
warranty period, HP will replace software media which does not execute its
programming instructions due to such defects. Should HP be unable to replace
the media within a reasonable amount of time, Customer's alternate remedy shall
be a refund of the purchase price upon return of the product and all copies.
Removable Media (If supplied). HP warrants the removable media, if supplied,
upon which this product is recorded to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use for a period of NINETY (90) DAYS from the
date of purchase. In the event the media proves to be defective during the
warranty period, Customer's remedy shall be to return the media to HP for
replacement. Should HP be unable to replace the media within a reasonable
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amount of time, Customer's alternate remedy shall be a refund of the purchase
price upon return of the product and destruction of all other nonremovable media
copies of the software product.
Notice of Warranty Claims. Customer must notify HP in writing of any
warranty claim not later than thirty (30) days after the expiration of the
warranty period.
Limitation of Warranty. HP makes no other express warranty, whether written
or oral with respect to this product. Any implied warranty of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose is limited to the 90-day duration of this written
warranty. Some states or provinces do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
This warranty gives specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state, or province to province.
Limitation of Liability and Remedies. THE REMEDIES PROVIDED ABOVE
ARE CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. IN NO EVENT
SHALL HP BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOST
PROFIT) WHETHER BASED ON WARRANTY, CONTRACT, TORT OR
ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY. Some states or provinces do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Obtaining Warranty Service. Warranty service may be obtained from the
nearest HP sales office or other location indicated in the owner s manual or
service booklet.
Consumer transactions in Australia and the United Kingdom: The disclaimers
and limitations above shall not apply and shall not affect the statutory rights of a
Consumer.
ATTENTION: USE OF THE SOFTWARE IS SUBJECT TO THE HP
SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS SET FORTH BELOW. USING THE
SOFTWARE INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE LICENSE
TERMS. IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THESE LICENSE TERMS, YOU MAY
RETURN THE SOFTWARE FOR A FULL REFUND. IF THE SOFTWARE IS
BUNDLED WITH ANOTHER PRODUCT, YOU MAY RETURN THE ENTIRE
UNUSED PRODUCT FOR A FULL REFUND.
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The HP Software Product License Agreement will govern all Software which is
provided to you with the exception of Microsoft Software. Microsoft Products are
licensed to you under the Microsoft End User License Agreement (EULA)
contained in the Microsoft documentation.
HP Software Product License Agreement
The following License Terms govern your use of the accompanying Software
unless you have a separate signed agreement with HP.
License Grant. HP grants you a license to Use one copy of the Software. "Use"
means storing, loading, installing, executing or displaying the Software. You
may not modify the Software or disable any licensing or control features of the
Software. If the Software is licensed for "concurrent use," you may not allow
more than the maximum number of authorized users to Use the Software
concurrently.
Ownership. The Software is owned and copyrighted by HP or its third party
suppliers. Your license confers no title to, or ownership in, the Software and is
not a sale of any rights in the Software. HP's third party suppliers may protect
their rights in the event of any violation of these License Terms.
Copies and Adaptations. You may only make copies or adaptations of the
Software for archival purposes or when copying or adaptation is an essential step
in the authorized Use of the Software. You must reproduce all copyright notices
in the original Software on all copies or adaptations. You may not copy the
Software onto any public network.
If your Computer was shipped with a Recovery CD, (i) the Recovery CD
and/or Support Utility software may be used only for restoring the hard disk of
the HP computer system with which the Recovery CD originally was provided,
and (ii) if separate EULA(s) are included with your Computer for any other MS
products which are included on the Recovery CD, those MS products are subject
to the terms of their respective EULA(s).
No Disassembly or Decryption. You may not disassemble or decompile the
Software unless HP's prior written consent is obtained. In some jurisdictions,
HP's consent may not be required for limited disassembly or decompilation. Upon
request, you will provide HP with reasonably detailed information regarding any
disassembly or decompilation. You may not decrypt the Software unless
decryption is a necessary part of the operation of the Software.
Transfer. Your license will automatically terminate upon any transfer of the
Software. Upon transfer, you must deliver the Software, including any copies and
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related documentation, to the transferee. The transferee must accept these
License Terms as a condition to the transfer.
Termination. HP may terminate your license upon notice for failure to comply
with any of these License Terms. Upon termination, you must immediately
destroy the Software, together with all copies, adaptations and merged portions in
any form.
Export Requirements. You may not export or re-export the Software or any
copy or adaptation in violation of any applicable laws or regulations.
U.S. Government Restricted Rights. The Software and any accompanying
documentation have been developed entirely at private expense. They are
delivered and licensed as "commercial computer software" as defined in DFARS
252.227-7013 (Oct 1988), DFARS 252.211-7015 (May 1991) or DFARS
252.227-7014 (Jun 1995), as a "commercial item" as defined in FAR 2.101(a), or
as "Restricted computer software" as defined in FAR 52.227-19 (Jun 1987) (or
any equivalent agency regulation or contract clause), whichever is applicable.
You have only those rights provided for such Software and any accompanying
documentation by the applicable FAR or DFARS clause or the HP standard
software agreement for the product involved.
NetServer Warranty Frequently-Asked Questions
Q: What is the intention of the NetServer Warranty?
A: The NetServer Warranty is intended to protect you from any defects in
workmanship or materials of the hardware product for a period of time
after your purchase. Though some limited technical support is available
during the warranty period to assist you with installation and setup, the
NetServer Warranty is NOT a substitute for network or server application
support services to assist you during normal operation of your NetServer.
Q: When does the warranty begin?
A: HP's warranty begins when you receive your NetServer.
Q: What is the warranty on HP hardware add-ons to the NetServer?
A: There are two scenarios to consider here: whether the NetServer Hardware
Accessory was purchased with the NetServer; or separately at some later
date. If the NetServer Hardware Accessory was purchased with the server,
then the accessory can take on the warranty of the server, except as noted
in the warranty statement. If the accessory was purchased after the initial
server purchase, then the accessory has a one year Return-to-HP/Reseller
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warranty, OR assumes the remaining warranty of the original NetServer
in which it is installed, whichever is longer.
Q: What are some examples of NetServer Hardware Accessories that would
qualify?
A: Accessories that are specifically designed to be used with NetServers, such
as HP memory modules, HP disk drives, and HP processor upgrade kits,
that are integrated into the system processor unit are some examples of
accessories that qualify. Additionally, these accessories must be listed as
products on HP's Corporate Price List.
Q: What about HP Printers or HP External Storage Subsystems?
A: Accessories or peripherals, external to the NetServer system processor
unit, carry their own warranty. Check the documentation accompanying
the product for additional information.
Q: Will adding third-party memory or disk drives void the warranty?
A: Adding third-party memory or disk drives does not void the warranty.
However, there are some implications when you need technical support.
For example, when the memory used may relate to the problem you are
experiencing, you will be asked to remove the third-party memory to
confirm the problem still exists before a service provider is dispatched. HP
does not cover on-site visits caused by third-party products, whether
internal or external to the NetServer system processor unit.
Q: What is not covered by this limited warranty?
A: The following are some examples of items that are not covered:
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Product purchased from anyone other than HP or an Authorized HP
Reseller;
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Consumables such as batteries;
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Software products, except for HP-developed utility software;
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Routine cleaning, or normal cosmetic and mechanical wear;
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Damage from misuse, abuse, or neglect;
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Damage from use outside the product's usage or storage parameters;
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Damage from use of parts not manufactured or sold by HP;
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Damage from modification or incorporation into other products;
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Damage from repair or replacement of warranted parts by other than
HP or an Authorized Service Provider;
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Damage to or loss of any programs, data, or removable storage media.
Q: How will my NetServer be serviced during the warranty period?
A: Depending on the component needing repair or replacement, HP or your
reseller will select one of three options for servicing your NetServer.
Service will be provided at your premises or "on-site," by the Return-toHP/Reseller process, or by the Customer Replacement Part process.
Q: What is the Customer Replacement Part process?
A: NetServer components, such as the keyboard, mouse, and selected other
components, can be sent directly to you to replace at your convenience. HP
will prepay shipping charges, duty, and taxes; provide telephone
assistance on replacement of the component; and pay shipping charges,
duty, and taxes for components to be returned to HP.
Q: What is the response time for on-site warranty service?
A: The standard response time for on-site warranty service is end of next
business day. All response commitments are based on commercially
reasonable efforts by HP and HP Authorized Service Providers.
Q: Can I keep the defective part that is being replaced?
A: No. All removed parts, in their entirety, become the property of HP. The
replacement part then becomes your property.
Q: What is the warranty on the replacement part?
A: The replacement part assumes the remaining warranty of the part it
replaces.
Q: Are product upgrades, such as new drivers or BIOS, eligible for on-site
warranty service?
A: Product upgrades, such as new revisions of drivers or BIOS, are not
eligible for on-site services under warranty. Self-help tools, described later
in this document, are available for you to download drivers at the
recommendation of HP or your reseller support representative. If you need
professional services to assist you with upgrades, contact your reseller or
HP.
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Q: Can NetServer hardware components be replaced prior to an actual
failure?
A: During the warranty period of the NetServer system processor unit, HP
SCSI-based hard disk drives that are monitored by HP TopTools for
Servers are eligible for the NetServer Pre-Failure Warranty. HP TopTools
for Servers performs predictive disk failure analysis, and if a preestablished threshold is exceeded, the monitored component can be
replaced prior to an actual failure.
Q: If I have a hardware failure, how will my NetServer be restored?
A: HP or your reseller will restore your NetServer to factory original
hardware functionality. You are responsible for restoring any Network
Operating System, applications, or data. Therefore, it is important that
you back up your software and data, and keep them in a secure location in
case you need to reconstruct lost or altered files, data, or programs.
Q: What are my options if I want network or server application software
support?
A: Network or server application software support services are available to
complement the NetServer Warranty. Examples of these services include:
◊
◊
◊
Per-incident bundled (5-pack or 10-pack) network support,
Annual network support, and
Annual network support and server application support.
Additionally, these services can be customized to your business
requirements (standard hours or 7x24 coverage) to provide a total
hardware and software solution. These services are available from HP or
an Authorized HP Reseller at additional charge.
Q: What are my responsibilities during warranty?
A: Your responsibilities, before service is provided under warranty, include
the following:
a. Have the NetServer system administrator available for consultation
with HP or your reseller support representative; and
b. Run HP-supplied configuration and diagnostics programs or follow the
problem determination, problem analysis, and service request
procedures that HP or your reseller support representative provides.
c. In many cases, your problem can be resolved over the telephone or the
problem can be further isolated so that the correct parts are identified
if on-site service is necessary.
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Q: Where can I find warranty documentation?
A: The NetServer is packaged with warranty and service information that
details the warranty terms and conditions. The warranty and service
information is the legal warranty document and contains information on
your warranty coverage type and length.
Q: What can I do to optimize the reliability of my system and the integrity of
my data?
A: For maximum system reliability and data integrity, here are some
recommendations:
a. Ensure that all NetServer covers, panels, and board retainers are in
place to provide proper airflow whether the system is free-standing,
rack-mounted, or being shipped;
b. Establish and practice back-up procedures for your data and programs
to minimize any disruptions to your business in case of a hardware
failure; and
c. Use current driver and software revision levels to optimize your server
environment.
Q: Is the warranty still valid if I ship my NetServer to another location within
my company?
A: The warranty is valid as long as the NetServer remains in the country
where you purchased it. When shipping or transporting an NetServer, use
proper care in packaging and securing the unit. Any damages will be your
responsibility that you will have to address with your transportation
carrier.
Q: If I sell my NetServer during the warranty period, is the warranty
transferable to the new owner?
A: No, the warranty only applies to the original owner.
Q: How do I obtain technical support?
A: During the warranty period, telephone technical support is available to
assist with setup, configuration, startup, and troubleshooting of your
hardware product. For a listing of support telephone numbers and other
support services, see Appendix D, "Service and Support" in this User
Guide.
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Q: What information do I need to provide when I call for technical support?
A: To enable HP to assist you more quickly and efficiently, please follow this
checklist:
a. Consult the documentation provided with your product to assure that
your system features are properly configured.
b. Execute the diagnostics provided and record the information. Consult
the accompanying documentation for instructions.
c. Record the following information:
∗ Product model name and number
∗ Product serial number
∗ Applicable error messages from system or diagnostics
∗ Applicable hardware driver revision levels
∗ Add-on boards or hardware
∗ Third-party hardware or software
∗ Operating system type and revision level
Q: How can I track changes that could affect the operation of my NetServer?
A: Many customers have found it extremely useful to keep a system log. This
could be a simple binder with a log of when hardware, software, and
firmware changes are made, copies of proof of purchase documents for the
NetServer and all accessories, and copies of key configuration files. The
ongoing investment of a few minutes to document changes will enable HP
or your reseller to assist you more quickly and efficiently.
Q: What can I do to stay current on product updates or enhancements to my
server?
A: Self-help tools are available that enable you to obtain technical
information, download product updates, or participate in interactive
forums with other NetServer customers. These tools are available for you
to use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. More detailed information regarding
these tools may be obtained at the HP home page on the Internet World
Wide Web.
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Internet World Wide Web:
http://www.hp.com/netserver/servsup
Internet FTP Server:
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/servers
HP Forum on
CompuServe:
GO HPPC
Fax Retrieval System:
800-333-1917 (U.S.)
208-344-4809 (outside U.S.)
Audio Tips:
800-333-1917 (U.S.)
208-344-4809 (outside U.S.)
Q: What kind of warranty upgrades are available?
A: If your business environment requires coverage after business hours, 24
hours a day, or faster response time, enhanced hardware warranty services
are available from HP or an Authorized HP Reseller at an additional
charge.
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16 Regulatory Information
Your server may fit into either the Class A or Class B configuration. Please check
the product compliance label to determine the class of the product and refer to the
appropriate information below.
Notice for USA
FCC Radio Frequency Emissions Statements
For Products Labeled "Class B"
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates and uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
Hewlett-Packard's system certification tests were conducted with HP-supported
peripheral devices and HP shielded cables, such as those you receive with your
computer. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Cables used with this
device must be properly shielded to comply with the requirements of the FCC.
For Products Labeled "Class A"
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class A
digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
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to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user is required to correct the
interference at their own expense.
CD-ROM
CD-ROM Electrical Safety Statement
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain
or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
CD-ROM Laser Safety Statements
CAUTION
This CD-ROM mass storage system contains a laser system
and is classified as a "Class-1 Laser Product" under a U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Radiation Performance standard according to the Radiation
Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read this
instruction manual carefully and retain for future reference.
Should the unit ever require maintenance, contact an
authorized service location.
Use of controls, adjustments or the performance procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure. To prevent direct exposure to laser beam,
do not try to open the enclosure.
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Notice for Canada: DOC Requirements
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement
sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Battery
This product uses a lithium battery.
WARNING
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended
by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to
the manufacturer's instructions.
AVERTISSEMENT Il y a danger d'explosion s'il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type
ou d'un type équivalent recommandé par le constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformément aux
instructions du fabricant.
Notice for EU:
Radio Frequency Emissions Warning for Accessories
This connection has been found to comply with CISPR 22 EMC emission limits.
Installation and use of a Class A accessory creates a system that meets the
requirements for industrial and commercial environments. However, in a
domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case
the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
per ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014
Manufacturer's Name:
Hewlett-Packard Company
Manufacturer's Address:
5301 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Santa Clara, CA 95052 USA
declares, that the product
Product Name:
Model(s):
Product Options:
Network Server
LH 3 and LH 3r
All
conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
EMC:
IEC 950:1991 + A1+ A2 + A3 / EN 60950:1992 + A1+ A2 + A3
CISPR 22:1993 / EN 55022 (1994)
EN 50081-1:1992 - Generic Emission
EN 50082-1:1992 - Generic Immunity
IEC 801-2:1991, 4 kV CD, 8 kV AD
IEC 801-3:1984, 3V/m
IEC 801-4:1988, 0.5 kV Signal Lines, 1 kV Power Lines
FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15
Supplementary Information:
1) The product was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard peripherals.
2) Models were configured with a network interface board and shielded twisted-pair cable.
3) The product complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
• This device may not cause harmful interference, and
• This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the following directives and carries the CE-marking accordingly:
-EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
-Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
Santa Clara, April 6, 1998
Nigel Marrion / Quality Manager
North American Contact:
Hewlett-Packard Company Product Regulations Manager
3000 Hanover Street
Palo Alto, CA 94304
650-857-1501
European Contact: Your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office or
Hewlett-Packard GmbH,
Department HQ-TRE
Herrenberger Straße 130
D-71034 Böblingen
(FAX: + 49-7031-143143)
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Notice for Finland: Laser Safety Statement
LASERTURVALLISUUS
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
LH 3 - verkkopalvelimeen voidaan asentaa lisävarusteena laitteensisainen CDROM-lukulaite, joka on laserlaite.
Kyseinen CD-ROM-lukulaite on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1
laserlaite. Normaalissa käytössä lukulaitteen suojakotelo estää laseräteen pääsyn
laiteen ulkopuolelle. Laitteen turvallisuusluokka omn määritetty standardin EN
60825 (1991) mukaisesti.
Notice for Germany
Noise Declaration and Ergonomics
LpA < 60 dB (A)
am Arbeitsplatz, Beobachter Position (workplace, bystander position)
normaler Betrieb (normal operation)
nach DIN 45635 T. 19 (per ISO 7779)
This product has not been evaluated for compliance with the ZH1/618 ergonomic
requirements.
Laser Safety Statement
VORSICHT
Diese Gerät enthält ein Laser-System und ist als "LASER
PRODUKT DER KLASSE 1" klassifiziert. Für den richtigen
Gebrauch dieses Modells die Bedienungsanleitung sorgfältig
durchlesen und als Referenz aufbewahren. Falls Probleme mit
diesem Modell aufreten, die nächste "authorisierte ServicesVerrtetung" benachrichtigen. Um einen direkten Kontakt mit
dem Laserstrahl zu vermeiden, soll das Gehäuse nicht
geöffnet werden.
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Regulatory Information
Die Verwendung von anderen Steuerungen oder
Einstellungen oder das Durchführen von anderen Vorgängen
als in der Bedienungsanleitung beschrieben kann gefährliche
Strahlenexpositionen zur Folge haben.
CLASS 1
LASER
PRODUCT
This CD-ROM Drive Unit is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT.
LASSER
KLASSE 1
PRODUKT
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the
top of the drive.
Bei diesem CD-ROM-Laufwerk CDU56S handelt es sich
um ein Laser-Produkt der Klasse 1. Ein entsprechender
Aufkelber mit der Beschriftung LASER KLASSE 1
PRODUKT befindet sich der Obersiete des Geräts.
Notice for Japan
For Products Labeled as Class B
(Translation)
This equipment is in the Class B category information technology equipment
based on the rules of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by
Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). Although aimed for residential area
operation, radio interference may be caused when used near a radio or TV
receiver. Read the instructions for correct operation.
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For Products Labeled as Class A
(Translation)
This equipment is in the Class A category information technology equipment
based on the rules of Voluntary Control Council For Interference by Information
Technology Equipment (VCCI). When used in a residential area, radio
interference may be caused. In this case, user may be required to take appropriate
corrective actions.
Power Line Harmonics
This product conforms to the Power Line Harmonics guideline.
Notice for Korea: RFI Statement
(Translation)
User Guide (Class A)
Please note that this equipment has been approved for business purposes with
regard to electromagnetic interference. If purchased in error for use in a
residential area, you may wish to exchange the equipment where you
purchased it.
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Notice for Taiwan: Class A Warning Statement
Mexico: Hardware Warranty Statement
This warranty statement applies only to sales in Mexico.
Póliza de Garantía
Hewlett-Packard de México, S. A. de C. V. con domicilios en:
Guadalajara, Jalisco
Montemorelos No. 299
Fracc. Loma Bonita, 45060
Tel. 669 95 00
Monterrey, Nvo. León
Calz. Del Valle O. No. 409
4º Piso, Col. Del Valle
Garza García, 76030
Tel. 378 42 40
México, D.F.
Prolongación Reforma No. 470
Col. Lomas de Sta. Fe, 01210
Delegación Alvaro Obregón
Tel. 326 46 00
Garantiza este producto por el término de treinta y seis meses en todas sus partes
y mano de obra contra cualquier defecto de fabricación y funcionamiento a partir
de la fecha de entrega al consumidor final. En el caso de productos que requieran
de enseñanza o adiestramiento en su manejo o en su instalación, a partir de la
fecha en que hubiese quedado operando normalmente el producto después de su
instalación en el domicilio que señale el consumidor.
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CONDICIONES
1. Centros de Servicio, Refacciones y Partes:
Para hacer efectiva esta garantía, no podrán exigirse mayores requisitos que
la presentación de esta póliza junta con el producto en el lugar donde fue
adquirido o en cualquiera de los centros de servicio ubicados en los
domicilios de la parte superior de esta hoja, mismos en los que se pueden
adquirir refacciones y partes.
2. Cobertura:
La Empresa se compromete a reparar o cambiar el producto, así como las
piezas y componentes defectuosos del mismo, sin ningún cargo para el
consumidor. Los gastos de transportación que se deriven de su cumplimiento
serán cubiertos por Hewlett-Packard de México, S. A. de C. V.
3. Tiempo de Reparación:
El tiempo de reparación en ningún caso será mayor a treinta días contados a
partir de la recepción del producto en cualquiera de los sitios en donde
pueda hacerse efectiva la garantía.
4. Limitaciones:
Esta garantía no es válida en los siguientes casos:
A. Cuando el producto ha sido utilizado en condiciones distintas a las
normales.
B. Cuando el producto no ha sido operado de acuerdo con el instructivo
de uso en idioma Español proporcionado.
C. Cuando el producto ha sido alterado o reparado por personas no
autorizadas por Hewlett-Packard de México, S.A. de C. V.
Producto
Marca
No. de Serie
Modelo
Nombre del Distribuidor
Dirección : ( Calle, Número, Colonia o Poblado, Delegación o Municipio )
C.P.
Ciudad.
Estado
Teléfono
Fecha de entrega o instalación
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Notas
El consumidor podrá solicitar que se haga efectiva la garantía ante la propia casa
comercial donde adquirió el producto.
En caso de que la presente garantía se extraviara, el consumidor puede recurrir a
su proveedor para que se le expida otra póliza de garantía, previa presentación de
la nota de compra o factura respectiva.
Notice for U.K.: General Approval
The LH 3 is approved under approval number NS/G/ 1234/J/100003 for indirect
connection to Public Telecommunication Systems in the U.K.
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Index
A
accessory boards
installation, 17
ISA non-Plug-and-Play, 76, 77
PCI vs. ISA connectors, 17
tested with NetServer, 18
automated FAX help system, 98
B
boot order, 19
Bus Speed Jumpers, 21
C
CAUTION
avoid shock hazards, 86
damaging hard drives, 32
don't leave drive spacers out, 30
don't leave filler panels out, 29
don't mix HVD and LVD hard disks,
29
don't ship in rack, 2
extend anti-tip foot, 13, 57
insert drive modules slowly, 35
leave covers in place for cooling, 86
leave covers on for cooling, 40
Lift NetServer with two people, 41
need working fans behind power
supplies, 40
NetServer covers are heavy, 11, 15
NetServer is heavy!, 41
open the disk ejector handle gently,
34
processor overheating, 40, 86
remove drive modules slowly, 37
static electricity, 32
take care with light pipes on drive
modules, 35
CompuServe, 97
configuration
hard disk drives, 30
ISA non-Plug-and-Play boards, 76,
77
connecting to AC power
inrush current precautions, 7
Contents Checklist, 1
Converting LH 3 to LH 3r, 2
cooling, 40
Covers, 9
removing LH 3, 10
removing LH 3r, 12
replacing LH 3, 12
replacing LH 3r, 15
D
DIMM sockets, 21
disk drive
installing, 32
NetRAID, 37
removing, 37
SCSI address configurations, 30
DMA channel, 77
DMA resources, 78
drive spacer, 29, 33
drive types supported, 28
drives
installing, 30
E
environmental specifications, 142
error messages, 89
POST codes, 90
F
fastening bezel hinge to the server, 59
fastening bezel in place, 62
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fastening bezel mount, 61
fastening server to rack front, 59
fastening server to slides, 58
fastening slides in rack
for type 1, 51
for type 2, 52
FAX help systems, 98
Field Replaceable Unit (FRU), 5
filler panel, 29
removal, 32
Front Panel, 3
Keyboard Lock, 4
Lock, 4
menu, 5
Power Switch, 4
RESET, 4
Status LEDs, 4
Status Screen, 4
H
half-height drives, 29
handles
removing after mounting, 59
hard disk drive
formatting with Symbios
Configuration utility, 66
installing, 32
NetRAID, 37
removing, 37
SCSI address configurations, 30
hard drives
adding, 30
half-height, 29
HVD, 29
HVD drives, 27
low-profile, 29
LVD, 29
LVD drives, 27
SE drives, 27
help
CompuServe, 97, 104
FAX systems for, 98
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from Hewlett-Packard, 104
Internet, 97
release history, 94
repairs, 100
status report, 94
system and software support, 93
system documentation, 96
telephone support, 99, 100
hot swapping fans, 40
hot-swap hard disk drive
formatting with Symbios
Configuration utility, 66
installing, 32
NetRAID, 37
removing, 37
SCSI address configurations, 30
hot-swap mass storage, 27
hot-swap mass storage cage, 27
HP Navigator, 66, 96
HP Navigator CD-ROM
release history, 94
status report, 94
Subscription Service, 95
HVD drives, 27
HVD hard disk drives, 27
I
I/O memory slot, 17
I/O port range, 77
I/O Resources, 78
Indicators, 6
Integrated HP NetRAID, 37
interference, 133
interrupt (IRQ) level, 77
interrupt resources, 78
IRQ resources, 78
ISA board slot, 18
ISA non-Plug-and-Play board, 76, 77
ISA non-Plug-and-Play boards
reserving resources, 66
ISA plug-and-play board, 76
Index
K
Keyboard Lock, 4
Keyboard Port, 6
L
lifting server into rack, 57
location of NetServer, 45
Lock, 4
lockout releases, 60
low-profile hard drives, 29
LVD (Ultra2) drives, 27
LVD (Ultra2) hot-swap hard disk
drives, 27
M
mass storage, 27
memory
DIMM sockets, 21
installing, 21
memory range, 77
memory resources, 77
Monitor Port, 6
Mouse Port, 6
N
Navigator
Configuration Assistant, 66
Installation Assistant, 66
Readme file, 66
NetRAID, 37
Assistant, 68, 70, 86
configuration, 68, 70, 86
non-hot-swap shelves, 27
P
Parallel Port, 6
PCI board slots, 17
placement of rack nuts
detail, 56
overview, 55
Ports, 6
POST error codes, 90
Power supplies, 6
Power supply cage, 6
Power Switch, 4
Power-on Tests, 8
pre-failure warranty, 111
Proactive Notification, 98
processor
Voltage Regulator Module, 21
R
Rack
removing LH 3r from the rack, 13
rack configuration tools layout, 46
Rack conversion, 2
RAID, 37, 68, 70, 86
Readme file, 66
Rear Panel
controls, 6
Remote Management, 6
rear slide mounting, 45
Redundancy Kit
fan assembly, 39
Power supplies, 6, 39
Remote Management, 6, 17
removing a drive spacer, 33
removing a filler panel, 32
removing covers
cooling issues, 40
RESET, 4
resources
system, 77
S
safety
lift with two people, 41
prevent rack tip-over, 41
reduce lifting weight, 41
SCSI addresses, 30
address 7, 28
in primary hot-swap mass storage
cage, 28
non-hot-swap shelves, 28
SCSI configurations, 30
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Index
SCSI connectors A and B, 18
SE SCSI connectors, 17
SE SCSI devices, 27
Serial Port A, 6
Serial Port B, 6
Setup utility, 66, 77
reserving resources for ISA boards,
76
Site preparation
environmental considerations, 107
inrush current precautions, 7
slide location in rack
for type 1, 50
for type 2, 52
how to determine for either type, 47
software support, 93
Status LEDs, 4
Status Screen, 4
support
FAX, 98
Internet, 97
release history, 94
status report, 94
system, 93
telephone, 99, 100
Symbios Configuration utility, 66
system resources, 77
T
tape drives, 27
telephone support, 99
Tested Products List, 27
thermal damage, 40
TopTools, 86, 96
troubleshooting
basics, 86
error messages, 89
146
finding the problem, 86
tools, 85
type of rack
table of differences, 45
Type 1 illustration, 44
Type 2 illustration, 44
U
Ultra2 hot-swap hard disk drives, 27
upgrades
fan assembly, 39
mass storage, 27
power supplies (Redundancy Kit), 39
utilities
Setup, 66, 77
Symbios Configuration, 66
V
ventilating fans, 40
ventilation, 29
version of NetServer
pedestal illustration, 42
pedestal or rack?, 42
rack illustration, 42
version of rack
how to determine type 1, 46
table of differences, 45
type 1 illustration, 44
type 1 or type 2?, 44
type 2 illustration, 44
VRM
Voltage Regulator Module, 21
W
warranty
pre-failure, 111
weight and dimensions, 108
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