Fujitsu BX400 S1 Server User Manual

Operating Manual - English
PRIMERGY BX400 S1
Blade Server Version
System Unit Operating Manual
May 2011
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9240-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Comments… Suggestions… Corrections…
The User Documentation Department would like to
know your opinion of this manual. Your feedback helps
us optimize our documentation to suit your individual
needs.
Feel free to send us your comments by e-mail to
manuals@ts.fujitsu.com.
Certified documentation
according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008
To ensure a consistently high quality standard and
user-friendliness, this documentation was created to
meet the regulations of a quality management system
which complies with the requirements of the standard
DIN EN ISO 9001:2008.
cognitas. Gesellschaft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH
www.cognitas.de
Copyright and Trademarks
Copyright © 2009 Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH.
All rights reserved.Delivery subject to availability; right of technical modifications reserved.
All hardware and software names used are trade names and/or trademarks of their respective
manufacturers.
–
The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice.
–
Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from
the use of any information in this manual.
–
No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission
of Fujitsu.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, and Hyper V are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.
Intel and Xeon are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries
in the USA and other countries.
Before reading this manual
For your safety
This manual contains important information for safely and correctly using this
product.
Carefully read the manual before using this product. Pay particular attention to
the accompanying manual "Safety Notes and Regulations" and ensure these
safety notes are understood before using the product. Keep this manual and the
manual "Safety Notes and Regulations" in a safe place for easy reference while
using this product.
Radio interference
This product is a "Class A" ITE (Information Technology Equipment). In a
domestic environment this product may cause radio interference, in which case
the user may be required to take appropriate measures.
VCCI-A
Aluminum electrolytic capacitors
The aluminum electrolytic capacitors used in the product's printed circuit board
assemblies and in the mouse and keyboard are limited-life components. Use of
these components beyond their operating life may result in electrolyte leakage
or depletion, potentially causing emission of foul odor or smoke.
As a guideline, in a normal office environment (25°C) operating life is not
expected to be reached within the maintenance support period (5 years).
However, operating life may be reached more quickly if, for example, the
product is used in a hot environment. The customer shall bear the cost of
replacing replaceable components which have exceeded their operating life.
Note that these are only guidelines, and do not constitute a guarantee of
trouble-free operation during the maintenance support period.
High safety use
This product has been designed and manufactured for general uses such as
general office use, personal use, domestic use and normal industrial use. It has
not been designed or manufactured for uses which demand an extremely high
level of safety and carry a direct and serious risk to life or body if such safety
cannot be ensured.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
3
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9240-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
These uses include control of nuclear reactions in nuclear power plants,
automatic airplane flight control, air traffic control, traffic control in mass
transport systems, medical devices for life support, and missile guidance
control in weapons systems (hereafter, "high safety use"). Customers should
not use this product for high safety use unless measures are in place for
ensuring the level of safety demanded of such use. Please consult the sales
staff of Fujitsu if intending to use this product for high safety use.
Measures against momentary voltage drop
This product may be affected by a momentary voltage drop in the power supply
caused by lightning. To prevent a momentary voltage drop, use of an AC
uninterruptible power supply is recommended.
(This notice follows the guidelines of Voltage Dip Immunity of Personal
Computer issued by JEITA, the Japan Electronics and Information Technology
Industries Association.)
Technology controlled by the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade
Control Law of Japan
Documents produced by Fujitsu may contain technology controlled by the
Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law of Japan. Documents which
contain such technology should not be exported from Japan or transferred to
non-residents of Japan without first obtaining authorization in accordance with
the above law.
Harmonic Current Standards
This product conforms to harmonic current standard JIS C 61000-3-2.
Only for the Japanese market:
About SATA hard disk drives
The SATA version of this server supports hard disk drives with SATA / BC-SATA
storage interfaces. Please note that the usage and operation conditions differ
depending on the type of hard disk drive used.
Please refer to the following internet address for further information on the
usage and operation conditions of each available type of hard disk drive:
http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/primergy/harddisk/
4
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Only for the Japanese market:
I Although described in this manual, some sections do not apply to the
Japanese market. These options and routines include:
– CSS (Customer Self Service)
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
5
6
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9240-003.fm
Contents
1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
1.1
Concept and target groups for this manual
1.2
Documentation overview
1.3
Performance features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
1.4
Notational conventions
1.5
Technical data
2
Installation steps, overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
3
Important notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
3.1
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
3.2
CE conformity
3.3
Transporting the system unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
3.4
Notes on installation into the rack
3.5
Environmental protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
4
Installing the hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
4.1
Installation procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
4.2
Unpacking the system unit
4.3
Setting up the floorstand model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
Installing/removing the rack model
Rack system requirements . . . . .
Installation in the rack . . . . . . . .
Installing/removing the system unit .
4.5
4.5.1
Connecting devices to the system unit . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Cable routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
4.6
Connecting the system unit to the mains
BX400 S1
. . . . . . . . . 11
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Operating Manual
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
40
40
43
46
. . . . . . . . . . 51
7
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9241-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Contents
4.6.1
Using cable ties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
4.7
Instructions for connecting/disconnecting cables . . . . . . 54
5
Installation and operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.1.1
5.1.1.2
5.1.1.3
5.1.2
5.1.2.1
5.1.2.2
5.1.2.3
Control and display elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front of system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LEDs on the control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System ID card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Back of system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control and display elements on the management blade
Indicator on the hot-plug power supply units . . . . . .
Indicators on the hot-plug fan modules . . . . . . . . .
5.2
Switching the system unit on/off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
5.3
Configuring management blades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
5.4
Cleaning the system unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
6
Property and data protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
7
Troubleshooting and tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
7.1
System power indicator does not light up . . . . . . . . . . . 77
7.2
Front or back error LED flashes orange . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
7.3
System switches itself off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
8
Hot-plug components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
8.1
Server blades and storage blades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.2.1
8.2.3
8.2.4
Connection blades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/12 (SB11A)
Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/8+2 (SB11)
Connection blade stacking . . . . . . . . . .
Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 18/6 (SB6) . .
Connection Blade 10 GbE Switch/IBP 18/8 . . . .
8
Operating Manual
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
55
55
58
58
60
61
61
64
65
88
89
91
94
95
97
BX400 S1
Contents
8.2.5
8.2.6
8.2.7
8.2.8
8.2.9
8.2.10
8.2.11
Connection Blade Ethernet Pass Thru 10Gb 18/18
Connection Blade 8Gb FC Switch 18/8 . . . . . .
Connection Blade 8Gb FC Pass Thru 18/18 . . .
Connection Blade Infiniband Switch 40 Gb 18/18
Fitting rules for connection blades . . . . . . . . .
Port assignment of the connection blades . . . . .
Installing a connection blade . . . . . . . . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
99
102
104
106
108
110
112
8.3
Management blades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
8.4
8.4.1
Hot-plug power supply units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Replacing the power supply unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
8.5
Hot-plug fan modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
9
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9241-003.fm
Contents
10
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
1
Introduction
The PRIMERGY BX400 S1 blade server is a highly compact, energy-saving
and scalable server system for installation in a 19-inch rack or as a floorstand
model. The BX400 S1 system unit offers 8 slots for a mixture of server blades
and storage blades (therein a maximum of 4 single-slot storage-blades
respectively 2 double-slot JBOD blades).
With its advanced infrastructure modules, the BX400 S1 system unit offers the
server blades a high level of connectivity and availability. These include hot-plug
connection blades, redundant management blades and power supply units, the
server management of the PRIMERGY ServerView suite, Prefailure Detection
and Analyzing (PDA), and Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart
(ASR&R).
Security functions in the BIOS-setup of the server blades and on the system
boards protect the data on the blade server from manipulation. Additional
security is provided by the lockable rack door.
The BX400 S1 system unit occupies 6 height units (HU) in the rack.
1.1
Concept and target groups for this manual
This operating manual describes how to install, set up and operate your server.
This operating manual is intended for those responsible for installing the
hardware and ensuring that the system runs smoothly. It contains all the
information you need to put your PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit into
operation.
To understand the various expansion options, you will need to be familiar with
the fields of hardware and data transmission and you will require a basic
knowledge of the underlying operating system.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
11
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9242-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Introduction
1.2
Documentation overview
More information on your PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit can be found in
the following documents:
– "Quick Start Hardware - PRIMERGY BX400 S1" leaflet
" はじめにお読みください -PRIMERGY BX400 S1" for the Japanese market
(only included as a printed copy)
– "Safety Notes and Regulations" manual
" 安全上のご注意 " for the Japanese market
– "Warranty" manual
" 保証書 " for the Japanese market
– "ServerView Suite Local Service Concept - LSC" manual
– "Returning used devices" manual and "Service Desk" leaflet
" サポート&サービス " for the Japanese market
– "PRIMERGY BX400 S1 System Unit Operating Manual"
– "PRIMERGY BX400 S1 System Unit Options Guide"
I PRIMERGY manuals are available in PDF format on the
ServerView Suite DVD 2. The ServerView Suite DVD 2 is part of the
ServerView Suite supplied with every server.
If you no longer have the ServerView Suite DVDs, you can obtain the
relevant current versions using the order number U15000-C289 (the
order number for the Japanese market: please refer to the configurator
of the server http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/primergy/system/).
The PDF files of the manuals can also be downloaded free of charge
from the Internet. The overview page showing the online documentation
available on the Internet can be found using the URL (for EMEA market):
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com. The PRIMERGY server documentation can
be accessed using the Industry standard servers navigation option.
For the Japanese market please use the URL:
http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/primergy/manual/.
Further sources of information
Further information is provided:
– The Deployment Manager manual (only relevant for cloning server blades)
12
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Introduction
– Documentation on the server blades and storage blades
– The manual "PRIMERGY BX400 Blade Server Systems ServerView
Management Blade S1 User Interface Description"
1.3
Performance features
Customer Self Service (CSS)
The Fujitsu Technology Solutions Customer Self Service (CSS) concept
enables you to identify and replace the affected component yourself in the case
of certain error scenarios.
In the CSS concept, you can replace the following components yourself in the
event of an error:
– Hot-plug hard disk drives
– Hot-plug power supply units
– Memory modules
– System fan
– Expansion cards
For information on replacing these components, see chapter "Hot-plug
components" on page 81.
CSS indicators on the control panel and on the back of the PRIMERGY server
provide you with information if a CSS event arises (for more information on the
behavior of these indicators, see chapter "Installation and operation" on
page 55 and the "ServerView Suite Local Service Concept - LSC" manual on
the ServerView Suite DVD 2).
Your system unit can fitted with a ServerView Local Service Display for Blade,
which enables you to identify the type of component affected by the error
directly on the server (for more information, see the "PRIMERGY
ServerView Suite Local Service Concept - LSC" manual on the PRIMERGY
ServerView Suite DVD 2).
In addition, CSS errors are displayed in the ServerView Operations Manager the server management software from Fujitsu Technology Solutions.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
13
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9242-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Introduction
In the event of errors, the ServerView Operations Manager refers you directly
to the affected component and its order information in the Illustrated Spares
catalog of the server in question. (This feature is not available for the Japanese
market.)
Server performance
The system unit has 8 slots for server blades. Four server blade slots can be
fitted with storage blades (or six slots with JBODs) which provide additional
storage capacity for the neighboring server blades. For information on installing
and removing server blades and storage blades, see section "Server blades
and storage blades" on page 82. For further information on the server blades
and storage blades, see the relevant operating manuals.
Connection blades
The PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit has four slots for connection blades on
the back. These provide the installed server blades with connections to the
Ethernet LAN as well as to SAN environments and Infiniband environments.
The following connection blade types are available:
●
Ethernet connection blades
– Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/12 (SB11A)
– 36 internal 1-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 8 external 1-Gbit ports through RJ45 connections
– 4 external 1-Gbit ports through SFP modules
I This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots.
– Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/8+2 (SB11)
– 36 internal 1-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 8 external 1-Gbit ports through RJ45 connections
– 2 external 10-Gbit ports through SFP+ modules
– 1 internal stacking port to the midplane of the BX400 S1 system unit
– 1 external stacking port through a CX4 connection
The stacking ports allow up to 4 SB11 connection blades to be
switched together to form a so-called stack, see "Connection blade
stacking" on page 94.
I This connection blade can be used in connection blade slots.
14
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Introduction
– Connection Blade 1GbE Switch/IBP 18/6 (SB 6)
– 18 internal 1-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 6 external 1-Gbit ports through SFP+ modules or active twinax
cables (copper)
I This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots.
– Connection Blade 10 GbE Switch/IBP 18/8
– 18 internal 10-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 8 external 10-Gbit ports through SFP+ modules or active twinax
cables (copper)
I This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots.
10 GbE connection blades in slots CB2 (fabric 2) and CB3/4
(fabric 3) only support server blades that are fitted with a 10 Gbit
Ethernet mezzanine card (see also section "Fitting rules for
connection blades" on page 108).
– Connection Blade Ethernet Pass Thru 10Gb 18/18
– 18 internal 1/10-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 18 external 1/10-Gbit ports through SFP/SFP+ modules
I This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots.
If the connection blade is installed in one of the slots CB 1 or CB
2, 16 ports are available. If the connection blade is installed in one
of the slots CB 3 or CB 4, 8 ports are available (see also "Port
assignment" on page 101).
●
Fiber Channel connection blades
– Connection Blade 8Gb FC Switch 18/8
– 18 internal 8-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 8 external ports through 8-Gb SFP+ modules or 4-Gb SFP modules
This connection blade is available in three license variants:
– Brocade 5450 with 14-port license
– Brocade 5450 with 26-port license (applies only to EMEA market)
– Brocade 5450 with 26 port license and performance bundle (applies
only to EMEA market)
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
15
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9242-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Introduction
– Connection Blade 8Gb FC Pass Thru18/18
– 18 internal 8-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 18 external ports through 8-Gb SFP+ modules or 4-Gb SFP modules
I Fibre Channel connection blades can only be installed in slots CB3/4
(fabric 3)and only support server blades that are fitted with a Fibre
Channel mezzanine card.
●
Infiniband connection blade
– Connection Blade Infiniband Switch 40 Gb 18/18
– 18 internal 40-Gbit Infiniband ports to the server blades
– 18 external 40-Gbit Infiniband connections through QSFP modules
I Infiniband connection blades can only be used in the slots CB 3/4,
see figure "Connection blade slots" on page 108. They only support
server blades that are fitted with an Infiniband mezzanine card.
The connection blades support hot-swapping. By installing two connection
blades in two adjacent slots (not possible with Infiniband connection blades),
you can provide redundant network connections for the server blades (for
details, see section "Connection blades" on page 88).
Management blade
The system unit has slots for two redundant, hot-swap management blades with
an integrated management solution for complete remote administration of the
system. The base configuration of the system unit contains one management
blade (for details, see section "Management blades" on page 118).
Power supply
The system unit has four installation bays for hot-plug power supply units which
automatically set themselves to a voltage in the range of 100 - 240 V. The base
configuration includes one power supply unit. As an option, you can set up a
redundant power supply with up to three additional power supply units. If a
power supply unit fails, the redundant configuration assures continued
operation. The defective power supply unit can be replaced during operation
(for further details see section "Hot-plug power supply units" on page 119).
16
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Introduction
Cooling
Cooling of the system is ensured by two fans in each power supply unit and by
the fan modules. Each of the fan units contains 2 fans. The fan modules have
the same aspect ratio as the power supply units. Empty power supply
installation bays must be fitted with fan modules. The configuration is redundant
and offers hot-swap functionality (for more information, see "Hot-plug power
supply units" on page 119).
High level of availability and failure protection
ASR&R (Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart) restarts the system in
the event of an error and automatically "hides" the defective system
components.
The PDA (Prefailure Detection and Analyzing) technology from Fujitsu
Technology Solutions analyzes and monitors all components that are critical for
system reliability.
The hot-swap components provide additional failure protection. Failure
protection for the entire system is ensured by four redundant hot-swap power
supply units as well as redundant hot-swap fans.
Server management
Server management is implemented using the ServerView Operations Manager
supplied and the PDA (Prefailure Detection and Analysis) technology from
Fujitsu. PDA reports the threat of a system error or overload at an early stage,
allowing preventive measures to be taken.
The ServerView Operations Manager enables the management of all
PRIMERGY servers in the network via a central console. The ServerView
Operations Manager supports the following functions:
●
Round-the-clock monitoring, regardless of server status
●
High-performance, graphical console bypass (AVR) protected by
HTTPS/SSL (128 bit)
●
Remote storage via USB
●
Remote power on
●
Temperature monitoring of the CPU and the surrounding area
●
Detailed status and error reports for processors and main memory
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
17
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9242-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Introduction
●
Watchdog timer for Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart (ASR&R)
in the event that memory modules or processors fail
●
Power monitoring
●
End-of-life monitoring of fans with prompt notification before failure
●
Watchdog timer for monitoring the operating system with ASR&R
Further information on the ServerView Operations Manager is provided in the
associated documentation.
Service and support
PRIMERGY servers are easy to maintain and modular, thus enabling quick and
simple maintenance.
The handles and locks (touch points) on the various hot pluggable components
are colored green to ensure simple and immediate recognition.
In order to prevent the components from being damaged by incorrect handling
when they are being installed and removed, the areas of all components that
can be touched without damaging them are also marked green.
The redundant management blades and the optional remote test and
diagnostics system ServerView Remote Management allows the PRIMERGY
BX400 S1 blade servers to be serviced from a remote system. This enables
remote diagnosis for system analysis, remote configuration and remote restart
should the operating system or hardware fail.
18
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Introduction
1.4
Notational conventions
The following notational conventions are used in this manual:
Text in italics
indicates commands or menu items.
"Quotation marks"
indicate names of chapters and terms that are being
emphasized.
Ê
describes activities that must be performed in the order
shown.
V CAUTION!
pay particular attention to texts marked with this symbol.
Failure to observe this warning may endanger your life,
destroy the system or lead to the loss of data.
I
indicates additional information, notes and tips.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
19
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9242-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Introduction
1.5
Technical data
Electrical data (hot-plug power supply unit)
Rated voltage range
100 - 240 V
Frequency
50 Hz-60 Hz
Max. rated current
45 A / 22.5 A (100-240 V)
Effective power
1785 W (240 V) 1200 W (100 V)
Apparent power
1821 VA (240 V) 1265 VA (100 V)
Heat dissipation
11520 kJ/h (with 3200 W) 5760 kJ/h
(with1600 W)
Main power fuse
16 A
Protection class
I
Compliance with regulations and standards
Product safety and
ergonomics
IEC 60950-1 / EN 60950-1, UL/CSA 60950-1 (all
second edition is acquired)
CNS 14336 / GB 4943 / EN 50371
Electromagnetic
compatibility
GB 17625
interference
emissions
EN 55022 class A
Harmonic current EN 61000-3-2
Flicker
interference
immunity
EN 61000-3-3
EN 55024, EN 300386
to EU directives
Electromagnetic compatibility 2004/108/EC
Mechanical
environmental
conditions
EN 60721-3-3; class 3M2
20
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Introduction
Certification
Product safety
Global
CB
Europe
ENEC
Germany
GS, CE
USA/Canada
CSAUS / CSAC
Japan
VCCI
China/Taiwan
BSMI
Mechanical specifications
Width
445 mm
Depth
785 mm
Height
267 mm or 6 HU
Weight
Max. 98 kg (depending on the configuration).
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
21
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9242-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Introduction
Ambient conditions
Environment class 3K2
Environment class 2K2
EN 60721 / IEC 721 Part 3-3
EN 60721 / IEC 721 Part 3-2
Temperature:
Operation (3K2)
10 ºC .... 35 ºC
Transport (2K2)
-20 °C .... 60 °C
Humidity
10% ... 85% (non condensing)
Condensation during operation must be avoided!
Noise level
Sound power level LWAd (ISO 9296)
< 45 dB (standby)
< 86 dB (operation)
Sound pressure level at adjacent workstation
LpAm (ISO 9296)
< 64 dB (standby)
< 64 dB (operation)
22
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
2
Installation steps, overview
This chapter provides an overview of the installation steps for your BX400 S1
system unit. Links take you to sections where you can find more detailed
information about the respective steps:
Ê First read the chapter "Important notes" from page 25, particularly the
section "Safety instructions".
Ê Unpack the system, check the delivery for damage sustained during
transport and make sure it corresponds to the specifications in the delivery
note (see section 4.2 on page 38).
Ê Set up the floorstand model (see section "Setting up the floorstand model"
on page 39) or install the rack model in the rack (see section
"Installing/removing the rack model" on page 40).
Ê Connect the cables (see 4.5 on page 49). Please also read the section
"Instructions for connecting/disconnecting cables" on page 54.
Ê Connect the system to the mains (see 4.6 on page 51).
Ê Familiarize yourself with the control and display elements on the front and
back of the system unit (see chapter 5 starting on page 55).
Ê Install the server blades and storage blades in the slots on the front of the
system unit (see section 8.1 on page 82).
Ê Install the connection blades in the slots on the back of the system unit (see
section 8.2 on page 88).
Ê Configure the management blades (see section 5.3 on page 68) so that you
can carry out all further administration of the system unit via LAN.
Ê Install the required operating systems and applications on the server blades.
For information see the relevant operating manuals.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
23
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9243-003.fm
Installation steps, overview
24
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
3
Important notes
This chapter provides safety instructions which you must observe when
handling your system.
3.1
Safety instructions
I The following safety instructions are also provided in the manual "Safety
Notes and Regulations" or " 安全上のご注意 ".
This device meets the relevant safety regulations for IT equipment. If you have
any questions about whether you can install the server in the intended
environment, please contact your sales outlet or our customer service team.
V CAUTION!
●
The actions described in this manual shall be performed by technical
specialists. A technical specialist is a person who is trained to install
the server including hardware and software.
●
Repairs to the device that do not relate to CSS failures shall be
performed by service personnel. Please note that unauthorized
interference with the system will void the warranty and exempt the
manufacturer from all liability.
●
Any failure to observe the guidelines in this manual, and any improper
repairs could expose the user to risks (electric shock, energy
hazards, fire hazards) or damage the equipment.
●
Before installing/removing internal options to/from the server, turn off
the server, all peripheral devices, and any other connected devices.
Also unplug all power cords from the power outlet. Failure to do so
can cause electric shock.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
25
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9244-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Important notes
Before starting up
V CAUTION!
●
During installation and before operating the device, observe the
instructions on environmental conditions for your device (see
"Ambient conditions" on page 22).
●
If the server has been moved from a cold environment, condensation
may form both inside and on the outside of the machine.
Wait until the server has acclimatized to room temperature and is
absolutely dry before starting it up. Material damage may be caused
to the server if this requirement is not met.
●
Only transport the server in the original packaging or in packaging
that protects it from impacts and jolts.
For the Japanese market, transporting the device in its original
packaging does not apply.
Installation and operation
V CAUTION!
26
●
The device may only be operated in a maximum ambient temperature
of 35 °C.
●
If the device is integrated in an installation that receives power from
an industrial (public) power supply network with the IEC309
connector, the (public) power supply protection must comply with the
requirements for the non-industrial (public) power supply networks for
the type B connector.
●
The device automatically adjusts to a mains voltage in the range of
100 - 240 V. Make sure that the local mains voltage is neither above
nor below these limits.
●
This device must only be connected to properly grounded power
outlets or to the insulated sockets of the rack's internal power supply
using safety-tested power cables.
●
Make sure that the device is connected to a protective contact socket
that is close by the device.
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Important notes
V CAUTION!
●
Make sure that the power sockets on the device or the grounded
mains outlets are freely accessible.
●
The On/Off button or the main power switch (if there is one) does not
disconnect the device from the mains voltage. To completely
disconnect it, you must remove all the power plugs from the power
outlets.
●
Always connect the device and the attached peripherals to the same
power circuit. Otherwise you run the risk of losing data if, for example,
a power outage occurs and the server is still running but the
peripheral device (e.g. a storage subsystem) has failed.
●
Data cables must be adequately shielded to avoid interference.
●
For the LAN wiring, the requirements according to standards
EN 50173 and EN 50174-1/2 apply. The minimum requirement is the
use of a protected LAN cable of category 5 for 10/100-Mbit/s
Ethernet, and/or of category 5e for Gigabit Ethernet. The
requirements of the specification ISO/IEC 11801 must also be taken
into account.
●
Route the cables in such a way that they do not form a potential
hazard (tripping) and cannot be damaged. When connecting the
device, refer to the relevant notes in the operating manual.
●
Do not connect or disconnect any data transmission cables during a
thunderstorm (lightning hazard).
●
Make sure that no objects (such as bracelets or paper clips) or liquids
get inside the device (risk of electric shock or short circuit.
●
In emergencies (e.g. damaged casing, control elements or power
cable, penetration of liquids or foreign bodies), switch off the device
immediately, unplug it from the grounded power outlets, and contact
your customer service center.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
27
V CAUTION!
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9244-003.fm
Important notes
28
●
Proper operation of the device (in accordance with IEC 609501/EN 60950-1) is only ensured if the casing is fully assembled and the
rear covers for the installation bays are in place (electric shock,
cooling, fire protection, interference suppression).
●
Install only system extensions that satisfy the requirements and rules
governing safety, electromagnetic compatibility, and
telecommunications terminal equipment. If you install other
extensions, you may damage the system or violate these safety
regulations. Information on which system extensions are suitable can
be obtained from the customer service center or your sales outlet.
●
The components marked with a warning label (e.g. lightning symbol)
should only be opened, removed or exchanged by authorized,
qualified personnel. Exception: You may exchange hot-plug power
supply units and CSS components.
●
If you cause a defect on the device by installing or exchanging system
extensions, the warranty will be invalidated.
●
You may only set the resolutions and refresh rates specified in the
operating manual for your monitor. Otherwise, you may damage the
monitor. If you are in any doubt, contact your sales outlet or customer
service center.
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Important notes
Working with CDs/DVDs/BDs and optical drives
When working with devices with optical drives, these instructions must be
followed.
V CAUTION!
●
Only use CDs/DVDs/BDs that are in perfect condition, in order to
prevent data loss, equipment damage and injury.
●
Check each CD/DVD/BD for damage, cracks, breakages etc. before
inserting it in the drive.
Note that any additional labels applied may change the mechanical
properties of a CD/DVD/BD and cause imbalance.
Damaged and imbalanced CDs/DVDs/BDs can break at high drive
speeds (data loss).
Under certain circumstances, sharp CD/DVD/BD fragments can
pierce the cover of the optical drive (equipment damage) and can fly
out of the device (danger of injury, particularly to uncovered body
parts such as the face or neck).
●
High humidity and airborne dust levels are to be avoided. Electric
shocks and/or server failures may be caused by liquids such as
water, or metallic items, such as paper clips, entering a drive.
●
Shocks and vibrations are also to be avoided.
●
Do not insert any objects other than the specified CDs/DVDs/BDs.
●
Do not pull on, press hard, or otherwise handle the CD/DVD/BD tray
roughly.
●
Do not disassemble the optical drive.
●
Before use, clean the optical disk tray using a soft, dry cloth.
●
As a precaution, remove disks from the optical drive when the drive
is not to be used for a long time. Keep the optical disk tray closed to
prevent foreign matter, such as dust, from entering the optical drive.
●
Hold CDs/DVDs/BDs by their edges to avoid contact with the disk
surface.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
29
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9244-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Important notes
●
Do not contaminate the CD/DVD/BD surface with fingerprints, oil,
dust, etc. If dirty, clean with a soft, dry cloth, wiping from the center to
the edge. Do not use benzene, thinners, water, record sprays,
antistatic agents, or silicone-impregnated cloth.
●
Be careful not to damage the CD/DVD/BD surface.
●
Keep the CDs/DVDs/BDs away from heat sources.
●
Do not bend or place heavy objects on CDs/DVDs/BDs.
●
Do not write with ballpoint pen or pencil on the label (printed) side.
●
Do not attach stickers or similar to the label side. Doing so may cause
rotational eccentricity and abnormal vibrations.
●
When a CD/DVD/BD is moved from a cold place to a warm place,
moisture condensation on the CD/DVD/BD surface can cause data
read errors. In this case, wipe the CD/DVD/BD with a soft, dry cloth
then let it air dry. Do not dry the CD/DVD/BD using devices such as a
hair dryer.
●
To avoid dust, damage, and deformation, keep the CD/DVD/BD in its
case whenever it is not in use.
●
Do not store CDs/DVDs/BDs at high temperatures. Areas exposed to
prolonged direct sunlight or near heating appliances are to be
avoided.
I You can prevent damage from the optical drive and the CDs/DVDs/BDs,
as well as premature wear of the disks, by observing the following
suggestions:
– Only insert disks in the drive when needed and remove them after
use.
– Store the disks in suitable sleeves.
– Protect the disks from exposure to heat and direct sunlight.
Laser information
The optical drive complies with IEC 60825-1 laser class 1.
V CAUTION!
The optical drive contains a light-emitting diode (LED), which under
certain circumstances produces a laser beam stronger than laser
class 1. Looking directly at this beam is dangerous.
Never remove parts of the optical drive casing!
30
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Important notes
Batteries
V CAUTION!
●
Incorrect replacement of batteries may result in a risk of explosion.
The batteries may only be replaced with identical batteries or with a
type recommended by the manufacturer (see the Technical Manual
of the server blade).
●
Do not throw batteries into the trash can. They can be returned free
of charge to the manufacturer, dealer or an authorized agent for
recycling or disposal.
●
The battery must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations
concerning special waste.
●
Replace the lithium battery in the server blade in accordance with the
instructions in the Technical Manual of the server blade.
●
All batteries containing pollutants are marked with a symbol (a
crossed-out garbage can). They are also marked with the chemical
symbol for the heavy metal that causes them to be categorized as
containing pollutants:
Cd Cadmium
Hg Mercury
Pb Lead
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
31
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9244-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Important notes
Modules with Electrostatic-Sensitive Devices
Modules with electrostatic-sensitive devices are identified by the following
sticker:
Figure 1: ESD label
When you handle components fitted with ESDs, you must always observe the
following points:
●
Switch off the system and remove the power plugs from the power outlets
before installing or removing components with ESDs.
●
You must always discharge static build-up (e.g. by touching a grounded
object) before working with such components.
●
Any devices or tools that are used must be free of electrostatic charge.
●
Wear a suitable grounding cable that connects you to the external chassis
of the system unit.
●
Always hold components with ESDs at the edges or at the points marked
green (touch points).
●
Do not touch any connectors or conduction paths on an ESD.
●
Place all the components on a pad which is free of electrostatic charge.
I For a detailed description of how to handle ESD components, see the
relevant European or international standards (EN 61340-5-1,
ANSI/ESD S20.20).
Other important information:
●
32
During cleaning, observe the instructions in section "Cleaning the system
unit" on page 73.
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Important notes
●
Keep this operating manual and the other documentation (such as the
technical manual, documentation DVD) close to the device. All
documentation must be included if the equipment is passed on to a third
party.
3.2
CE conformity
The system complies with the requirements of the EC directives
2004/108/EC regarding "Electromagnetic Compatibility" and
2006/95/EC "Low Voltage Directive". This is indicated by the CE
marking (CE = Communauté Européenne).
3.3
Transporting the system unit
V CAUTION!
●
Only transport the system unit in its original packaging or in suitable
packaging which protects it from knocks and jolts.
For the Japanese market, transporting the device in its original
packaging does not apply.
Only unpack the system unit at the place where you want to set it up.
●
Ask someone for help with carrying the system unit. Because the
PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit is large and heavy, at least two
people are needed.
●
Before lifting the system unit, remove all server blades, storage
blades, connection blades, management blades, all power supply
units, fan units and dummy modules to reduce the weight.
●
Only lift or carry the system unit by the handles on the long sides.
●
Never lift or carry the system unit by the handles on the front or back.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
33
3.4
Notes on installation into the rack
V CAUTION!
●
For safety reasons, at least two people are required to install the
system unit in the rack because of its weight and size.
(For the Japanese market, please refer to " 安全上のご注意 ".)
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9244-003.fm
Important notes
34
●
Before lifting the system unit, remove all server blades, storage
blades, connection blades, management blades, all power supply
units, fan units and dummy modules to reduce the weight.
●
To lift or carry the system unit, always use the handles on the long
sides.
●
Never lift or carry the system unit by the handles on the front or back
of the unit.
●
For safety reasons, no more than one unit may be removed from the
rack at any one time during installation or maintenance work.
●
Make sure that the anti-tilt plate is correctly mounted when you set up
the rack.
●
The rack may tip over if more than one unit is removed at the same
time.
●
Before connecting or disconnecting cables, read the notes in the
chapter "Important Notes" in the technical manual for the relevant
rack. The technical manual for the rack is supplied with the rack.
●
The rack must be connected to the mains by an authorized specialist
(electrician).
●
If the server system is integrated in a rack installation that receives
power from an industrial (public) power supply network with the
IEC309 connector, the (public) power supply protection must comply
with the requirements for the non-industrial (public) power supply
networks for the type A connector.
●
The power supply for the rack should be distributed over the three
phases of a three-phase mains connection.
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Important notes
3.5
Environmental protection
Environmentally-friendly product design and development
This product has been designed in accordance with the Fujitsu standard for
"environmentally friendly product design and development". This means that
key factors such as durability, selection and labeling of materials, emissions,
packaging, ease of dismantling and recycling have been taken into account.
This saves resources and thus reduces the harm done to the environment.
Further information can be found at:
– http://ts.fujitsu.com/products/standard_servers/index.html (for the EMEA
market)
– http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/primergy/concept/ (for the Japanese market)
Energy-saving information
Devices that do not need to be constantly switched on should be switched off
until they are needed as well as during long breaks and after completion of work.
Packaging information
This packaging information doesn’t apply to the Japanese market.
Do not throw away the packaging. You may need it later for transporting the
system. If possible, the equipment should only be transported in its original
packaging.
Information on handling consumables
Please dispose of printer consumables and batteries in accordance with the
applicable national regulations.
In accordance with EU directives, batteries must not be disposed of with
unsorted domestic waste. They can be returned free of charge to the
manufacturer, dealer or an authorized agent for recycling or disposal.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
35
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9244-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Important notes
All batteries containing pollutants are marked with a symbol (a crossed-out
garbage can). They are also marked with the chemical symbol for the heavy
metal that causes them to be categorized as containing pollutants:
Cd Cadmium
Hg Mercury
Pb Lead
Labels on plastic casing parts
Please avoid sticking your own labels on plastic parts wherever possible, since
this makes it difficult to recycle them.
Returns, recycling and disposal
Please handle returns, recycling and disposal in accordance with local
regulations.
The device must not be disposed of with domestic waste. This
device is labeled in compliance with European directive
2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
This directive sets the framework for returning and recycling used
equipment and is valid across the EU. When returning your used
device, please use the return and collection systems available to
you. Further information can be found at
http://ts.fujitsu.com/recycling.
Details regarding the return and recycling of devices and consumables within
Europe can also be found in the "Returning used devices" manual, via your local
Fujitsu branch or from our recycling center in Paderborn:
Fujitsu Technology Solutions
Recycling Center
D-33106 Paderborn
Tel.
+49 5251 525 1410
Fax
+49 5251 525 32 1410
36
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
4
Installing the hardware
V CAUTION!
●
Follow the safety instructions in chapter "Important notes" on
page 25.
●
The server must not be exposed to extreme environmental conditions
(see "Ambient conditions" on page 22). Protect the server from dust,
humidity and heat.
●
The server must be acclimatized to its operating environment for the
time specified in the table before you operate it.
Temperature difference (°C)
(hours)
5
3
10
5
15
7
20
8
25
9
30
10
Table 1: Acclimatization times
In the table "Acclimatization times", temperature difference refers to
the difference between the temperature of the operating environment
and the temperature to which the server was previously exposed
(outside, transport or storage temperature).
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
37
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installing the hardware
4.1
Installation procedure
The following installation steps are described in detail in the following sections
of this chapter:
●
Unpacking the system unit (see 4.2 on page 38).
●
Installing the system unit in the rack (see 4.4 on page 40 and configuration
diagram on the order lists) or setting up the floorstand model (see section
"Setting up the floorstand model" on page 39).
●
Connecting the cables of the system unit (see 4.5 on page 49). Please also
read the section "Instructions for connecting/disconnecting cables" on
page 54.
●
Connecting the system unit to the mains (see 4.6 on page 51).
4.2
Unpacking the system unit
V CAUTION!
Follow the safety instructions in chapter "Important notes" on page 25.
The server must always be lifted or carried by at least two people.
(For the Japanese market, please refer to " 安全上のご注意 ".)
Do not unpack the server until it is at its installation location.
Ê Transport the system unit to the place where you want to set it up.
Ê Unpack all individual parts.
Keep the original packaging in case you want to transport the system unit
again (applies only to EMEA market).
Ê Check the delivery for any damage during transport.
Ê Check whether the items delivered match the details on the delivery note.
The product name and serial number of the product can be found on the ID card
(see section 5.1.1.3 on page 60).
Ê Notify your supplier immediately should you discover that the items
delivered do not correspond to the delivery note.
38
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installing the hardware
4.3
Setting up the floorstand model
I If you are not installing a PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit floorstand
model, skip this section and continue reading at section
"Installing/removing the rack model" on page 40.
V CAUTION!
Follow the safety instructions in chapter "Important notes" on page 25.
Ê Transport the system unit to the place where you want to set it up.
Ê Unpack the system unit (see section "Unpacking the system unit" on
page 38).
Ê Set up the system unit.
V CAUTION!
– The device must be protected from direct sunlight.
– The essential minimum clearance for servicing must be
maintained.
– Access to the rear of the system unit must be assured so that
other devices (e.g. memory subsystems) can be connected.
– A clearance of at least 200 mm must be maintained in front of and
behind the system to ensure proper ventilation.
– The mains plug must be accessible easily and safely.
Ê Lock the casters.
Ê Wire the system unit. Read the information in section "Connecting devices
to the system unit" on page 49 and section "Instructions for
connecting/disconnecting cables" on page 54.
Ê Connect the system to the mains (see section "Connecting the system unit
to the mains" on page 51).
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
39
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installing the hardware
4.4
Installing/removing the rack model
V CAUTION!
4.4.1
●
Follow the safety instructions in chapter "Important notes" on page 25
and section "Notes on installation into the rack" on page 34.
●
Because the PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit is large and heavy,
at least two people are needed to safely mount it in the rack or
remove it from the rack. (For the Japanese market, please refer to "
安全上のご注意 ".)
●
The rack may tip over if more than one unit is removed at the same
time.
Rack system requirements
The rack systems from Fujitsu PRIMECENTER Rack, DataCenter Rack and
19-inch standard rack (for the Japanese market) support the installation of
PRIMERGY servers. Installation in most current rack systems from other
manufacturers (3rd party racks) is also supported.
To accommodate the ventilation concept and ensure proper ventilation, any
unused areas in the rack must be sealed using dummy covers.
The power is supplied via the multiple socket outlets fitted in the rack.
Fujitsu rack systems
The main features of PRIMECENTER Rack, DataCenter Rack and 19-inch
standard rack (for the Japanese market) are as follows:
– support systems having a linear alignment feature to ensure that they can
be adjusted to different rack depths
PRIMECENTER Rack and DataCenter Rack provide an enhanced cable
management in the lateral rack area.
I For PRIMECENTER Racks and DataCenter Racks:
The mounting of the rails in the different racks is described in the next
sections. Installation of the cable management is described in detail in
the Technical Manual for the respective rack.
40
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installing the hardware
I For 19-inch standard rack (for the Japanese market):
For information on mounting of the rails in the 19-inch standard rack (for
the Japanese market) please refer to the next sections.
3rd party racks
Certain general conditions must be met:
– Installation dimensions (see the dimensions shown in figure 2 on page 42):
1
Front of rack
2
Rear of rack
A
Rack depth (comparison PRIMECENTER Rack 940/1000/1100 mm)
B
Rack width (comparison PRIMECENTER rack 700 mm)
C
Clearance for 19" installation level
C1
Front 19" installation level
C2
Rear 19" installation level
D
Cable routing area (cable area depth) and ventilation
E
Space for front panel and ventilation
F
Space for right and left support systems
P
PRIMERGY server installation depth
a1
Front left support upright
a2
Front right support upright
b1
Rear left support upright
b2
Rear right support upright
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
41
100 mm
735 - 770 mm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
Installing the hardware
+/- 1,6mm
Figure 2: Mechanical requirements
42
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installing the hardware
– You must ensure that the safety mechanisms on the server, e.g. stoppers or
retaining systems, are functioning correctly.
– The shape of the rack support uprights must ensure that the support
systems can be bolted to the front.
The support systems have a linear alignment feature to ensure that they can
be adjusted to different rack depths.
– No cable management support (delivered with the mounting kit).
– Climatic conditions:An unobstructed air intake in the rack front and air
discharge in the rear cover of the rack are essential for ventilation of the
installed server.
In general, the ventilation concept ensures that the necessary cooling is
achieved by the horizontal self-ventilation of the installed devices (air flow
from the front to the rear).
– Power supply:For installation in 3rd party racks, you must ensure that the
appropriate socket strips are present.
4.4.2
Installation in the rack
For installation in a PRIMECENTER/DataCenter rack, the following parts are
required:
– Two 3-HU Support brackets (for the EMEA market)
– Two carrier rails (mounted)
– Two holding-down clamps
I General information regarding server installation in the rack is included
in the technical manual for the appropriate rack.
When mounting the left carrier rail in the PRIMECENTER/DataCenter rack, the
supplied support bracket must first be mounted on the rear left support upright
flush with the bottom edge of the device.
Ê Read the installation guide in the technical manual for the corresponding
rack.
Ê Mark the position of the bottom edge of the system unit on the support
uprights.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
43
0
0
/
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
Installing the hardware
/
Figure 3: Attaching the support brackets
Ê Position the support brackets at the relevant height on the rear left support
upright (place knob in the corresponding hole) and secure them using four
centering screws (1).
Ê Fasten the holding-down clamp at the upper end of the support bracket
using two centering screws (2).
Ê Fasten the second holding-down clamp at the same height as the first one
to the rear left support upright using two centering screws.
44
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installing the hardware
/
0
1
Figure 4: Attaching the left carrier rail
Ê Position the carrier rail in the support bracket (insert knob) - see (1).
I For the Japanese market:
There is no support bracket. Please position the support system
directly on the support upright.
Ê Fasten the carrier rail at the lower end of the support bracket using three
centering screws (2).
Ê Position the carrier rail in the front left support upright.
Ê Fasten the carrier rail to the front support upright (3) using three M5 screws
including plugwashers.
Ê Repeat the operation for the right carrier rail. This rail does not require a
support bracket.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
45
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installing the hardware
17
17
15
10
5
1
Figure 5: Position of the cage nuts
Ê Fit the cage nuts for securing the system unit in the corresponding catches
on the right and left support uprights.
4.4.3
Installing/removing the system unit
V CAUTION!
●
Because the PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit is large and
heavy, at least two people are needed to safely mount it in the
rack or remove it from the rack.
●
Please observe the safety information and notes on rack installation
in the chapter "Important notes" on page 34.
●
Before lifting the system unit, remove all server blades, storage
blades, connection blades, management blades, all power supply
units, fan units and dummy modules to reduce the weight.
●
Only lift or carry the system unit by the handles on the long sides.
●
Never lift or carry the system unit by the handles on the front or back.
Ê Make a note of the positions of the individual server blades and storage
blades, the connection blades, power supply units and fan modules in the
system unit for reinstallation.
46
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installing the hardware
Ê Remove all server blades, storage blades, connection blades, management
blades, all power supply units, fan units and dummy modules from the
system unit. For assembly instructions see chapter "Hot-plug components"
on page 81.
0
0
/
Figure 6: Placing the system unit on the rack rails
Ê Lift the back end of the system unit onto the carrier rails in the rack.
Ê Fold in the two carrying handles (1).
Ê Push the system unit into the rack (2).
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
47
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installing the hardware
Figure 7: Installing the system unit
Ê Push the system unit into the rack as far as it will go.
Ê Fasten the system unit to the rack using the two knurled screws.
Ê Reinstall the server blades, storage blades, connection blades and
management blades, power supply units, fan units and dummy modules in
their old bays, see page 46. For assembly instructions see chapter "Hotplug components" on page 81.
V CAUTION!
Incorrect fitting of the system unit may lead to serious errors.
Removing the system unit
V CAUTION!
●
Make a note of the positions of the individual server blades, storage
blades, connection blades, power supply units and fan modules in the
system unit for reinstallation.
To remove the system unit, follow the installation instructions in reverse.
48
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installing the hardware
4.5
Connecting devices to the system unit
On the back of the system unit are the ports for the network connection and the
administration of the blade server.
Ports on the back of the system unit
/
0 1
2 3
MMB 2
MMB 1
CB 1
CB 2
CB 3
CB 4
Figure 8: Ports for external devices (rack version)
CB 1 -4
MMB 1,2
Slots for connection blades. For information on the ports of the connection
blades, see "Connection blades" on page 88.
The management blades have the following ports
1
Service LAN port (as a point-to-point connection, for system unit
administration only, no access to server blades and connection blades)
2
USB ports for backing up and restoring the MMB configuration and for
access to logging information
3
Serial port for a local management console
4,5 Management LAN ports for blade server management (including server
blades and connection blades)
I The service LAN port (pos. 1 in figure 8), the management LAN ports for
blade server management (pos. 4 and 5 in figure 8) and the
management LAN port of the FSIOM (pos. 3 in figure 9) must be in
different LAN subnetworks.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
49
It is recommended to operate the management blade user interface in a
separate broadcast domain for the server management.
Ê Connect the data cables according to the system configuration you require.
Connectors on the front of the system unit
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
Installing the hardware
/
0
1
Figure 9: Connectors for external devices on the Front-Side I/O Module (FSIOM)
1
USB connectors to connect external devices to the server blades,
controlled by the management blade
2
Serial connector for a local management console
3
LAN connector for blade server management (including server blades
and connection blades)
For information on the front side connectors of the server blades for local
administration, see the operating manuals for the relevant server blades.
50
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installing the hardware
4.5.1
Cable routing
The cables are routed along the support uprights of the rack.
4.6
Connecting the system unit to the mains
The system unit has four bays for hot-swap power supply units. In the base
configuration, it is fitted with one power supply unit.
V CAUTION!
●
Read the information on determining how many power supply units
are required (see "Hot-plug power supply units" on page 119).
●
The power supply units automatically adjust to a mains voltage
between 100 - 240 V. The system unit may only be used if the local
mains voltage is within the voltage range of the system.
●
The 1600 W power supply units may only be connected to 16 A
power outlets, a UPS, a 32 A power distribution unit, or CEE sockets.
When ordering the system unit, you must specify which socket type
is available at the installation location, so that the cables with the
appropriate C19 connectors can be supplied.
– For the Japanese market:
The 1600W power supply units may only be connected to NEMA
L6-15, IEC 60320-C20, or NEMA 5-15 sockets.
●
Always connect the cable first to the power supply unit and then to the
mains.
Ê First connect the insulated C19 connector of the power cable to the power
supply units of the system unit, and then plug the connector into the UPS,
power distribution unit or an external socket. The system can be configured
to support *True AC redundancy or non-AC redundancy.
I True AC redundancy is recommended for systems used for critical
business applications. This will result in the system to continue operation
during a power failure as the redundant part of the subsystem is plugged
into a separate AC source [e.g. uninterruptable power supply (UPS)).
I Refer to tables below for maximum DC loading for both AC redundant
and AC non redundant configurations.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
51
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installing the hardware
Installation requirements for AC redundant configurations
The AC redundant configuration is with two PSUs plugged into a main AC
source and two other PSUs plugged into a separate AC source (e.g. UPS).
PSU configuration
Max. DC loading
DC redundancy
2+1
4800 W
Yes
2+2
6400 W
Yes
Table 2: Maximum DC loading requirements
Installation requirements for non AC redundant configurations
For systems not requiring AC redundancy, the power supply can be installed
with up to 4 PSUs. The PSUs can be connected to a single or multiple AC
sources.
PSU configuration
Max. DC loading
DC redundancy
2
3200 W
No
2+1
4800 W
Yes
2+2
6400 W
Yes
Table 3: Maximum DC loading requirements
52
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installing the hardware
4.6.1
Using cable ties
If you wish, you can secure the power cable with a cable tie to prevent the C19
connector from being pulled out of the server accidentally. The cable tie is
included in the accessories pack that is delivered together with the server.
/
Figure 10: Using cable ties
Ê Route the cable through the loop of the cable tie.
Ê Pull the cable tie tight to secure the power cable.
The insulated connector cannot now be disconnected from the server
accidentally.
I You can undo the cable tie by bending back the zip strip at the fastening
point (1).
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
53
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9245-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installing the hardware
4.7
Instructions for connecting/disconnecting
cables
V CAUTION!
Please make sure you read the documentation for the devices before
you try to connect them.
Do not connect or disconnect any data transmission cables during a
thunderstorm.
Always pull cables out by the plug.
When connecting and disconnecting the cables, observe the following
order.
Connecting cables
Ê Switch off all the relevant devices.
Ê Unplug the power plugs of all affected devices from the power outlets or CEE
sockets.
Ê Connect all cables to the server and the peripherals. Secure the connectors
of the data cables (e.g. by tightening the screws).
Ê Plug all data transmission cables into the sockets provided for the data or
telecommunication networks.
Ê Plug all the power plugs into the power outlets or CEE sockets.
Disconnecting cables
Ê Switch off all the relevant devices.
Ê Unplug the power plugs of all affected devices from the power outlets or CEE
sockets.
Ê Pull all data transmission cables out of the sockets provided for the data or
telecommunication networks.
Ê Undo the screws on the connectors and pull the relevant cables out of the
system unit and peripherals.
54
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
5
Installation and operation
V CAUTION!
Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important notes" on
page 25.
5.1
Control and display elements
5.1.1
Front of system
The BX400 S1 system unit has an option for a fold-out ServerView Local
Service Display for Blade on the front. It is controlled by the management blade
and is used for local diagnostics and administration of the blade server. It is also
used for the initial configuration of the management blades, see "Configuring
management blades" on page 68.
Figure 11: ServerView Local Service Display for Blade (rack version)
The most important control and display elements can also be found on the front
of the ServerView Local Service Display for Blade. This means they are also
available when it is folded away.
I The control and display elements of the server blades and storage
blades are described in the relevant operating manuals.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
55
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installation and operation
Figure 12: Locking the ServerView Local Service Display for Blade (rack version)
V CAUTION!
Press the touch point (see arrow) of the ServerView Local Service
Display for Blade before you push it back into the frame of the system
unit.
Figure 13: ServerView Local Service Display for Blade (floorstand version)
At the BX400 S1 system unit floorstand version, the ServerView Local Service
Display for Blade is placed on top of the system unit.
56
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
1
2
3 4
5 6
7
Figure 14: Control and display elements on the front of the ServerView Local Service Display
for Blade
1
CSS indicator
5
power-on indicator
2
Global Error indicator
6
ID indicator
3
ID button
7
4
On/Off button
Navigation buttons for the
LocalView menu system
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
57
5.1.1.1
Control elements
On/Off button
When the system is switched off, it can be switched on again by
pressing the On/Off button.
When the system is operating, pressing the On/Off button will
switch off the system.
V CAUTION!
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
Installation and operation
Risk of loss of data!
I The On/Off button does not disconnect the server from the
mains voltage. To disconnect from the mains completely,
remove the power plug(s).
ID
ID button
Lights up (blue) on the front and on the rear of the system unit when
the ID button is pressed. The two ID indicators are synchronized.
Navigation buttons for the LocalView menu system
With the buttons , ,
and
you select a function. Pressing
the
button executes the selected function.
5.1.1.2
LEDs on the control panel
Power indicator (two-color)
Lights up green when the system unit is switched on.
Lights up orange when the system unit is switched OFF, but mains
voltage is present (standby mode).
58
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
Global Error indicator (orange)
!
– Lights up orange if a prefailure event has been detected that
requires (precautionary) service intervention.
– Flashes orange if an error was detected that requires service
intervention.
– Does not light up if there is no critical event.
If the event is still acute after a power failure, the indicator is
activated after the restart.
The indicator also lights up in standby mode.
You can find more details on the indicated errors in the System
Event Log (SEL), in the management blade web interface, on the
ServerView Local Service Display for Blade, in the ServerView
Operations Manager or via the iRMC S2's Web interface.
CSS
CSS indicator (yellow)
– Lights up yellow if a prefailure event was detected for a CSS
component that you can fix yourself (for reasons of
precaution) with the CSS concept.
– Flashes yellow if an error was detected that you can fix
yourself with the CSS concept.
– Does not light up when the system is OK.
If the event is still acute after a power failure, the indicator is
activated after the restart.
The indicator also lights up in standby mode.
For more information on the CSS concept, see "Customer Self
Service (CSS)" on page 13.
ID
ID indicator (blue):
Glows blue when the system was selected by pressing the ID
button. Pressing the button again deactivates the LED.
The ID indicator can also be activated via the management blade
web interface and via the ServerView Operations Manager and its
status reported to the ServerView Operations Manager and the
iRMC S2.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
59
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installation and operation
5.1.1.3
System ID card
Rack model
Floorstand model
Figure 15: System ID card location
The ID card contains various system information, such as the product
name,serial number, order number (in the Japanese market, only the product
name, the serial number).
60
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
5.1.2
Back of system
5.1.2.1
Control and display elements on the management blade
1 2 3
4 5
6
7 8
9 10 11
Figure 16: Control and display elements on the management blade
1
Status indicator (orange)
Lights up when the management blade is active (master)
Is not lit when the management blade is not active (slave)
Blinks when the management blade is defective.
2
LAN activity indicator (service LAN connection)
Lights up green if a LAN connection exists.
Does not light up if no LAN connection exists.
Flashes green when a LAN transfer is in progress.
3
LAN transfer-rate indicator (service LAN port)
Lights up green for a LAN transfer rate of 100 Mbit/s.
Does not light up for a LAN transfer rate of 10 Mbit/s.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
61
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installation and operation
4
Global Error indicator (orange)
– Lights up orange if a prefailure event has been detected that
requires (precautionary) service intervention.
– Flashes orange if an error was detected that requires service
intervention.
– Does not light up if there is no critical event.
If the event is still acute after a power failure, the indicator is activated
after the restart.
The indicator also lights up in standby mode.
You can find more details on the indicated errors in the System Event
Log (SEL), in the management blade web interface, on the ServerView
Local Service Display for Blade, in the ServerView Operations Manager
or via the iRMC S2's Web interface.
5
CSS indicator (yellow)
– Lights up yellow if a prefailure event was detected for a CSS
component that you can fix yourself (for reasons of precaution) with
the CSS concept.
– Flashes yellow if an error was detected that you can fix yourself
with the CSS concept.
– Does not light up when the system is OK.
If the event is still acute after a power failure, the indicator is activated
after the restart.
The indicator also lights up in standby mode.
For more information on the CSS concept, see "Customer Self Service
(CSS)" on page 13.
6
Identification (ID) button with ID LED (blue)
ID indicators on the front and rear of the server light up when the ID
button is pressed. The two ID indicators are synchronized. To
deactivate, press the button again.
The ID indicator can also be activated via the management blade web
interface and via the ServerView Operations Manager and its status
reported to the ServerView Operations Manager.
62
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
7, 9
LAN activity indicator (management LAN ports)
Lights up green if a LAN connection exists.
Does not light up if no LAN connection exists.
Flashes green when a LAN transfer is in progress.
8, 10 LAN transfer-rate indicator (management LAN ports)
Lights yellow for a LAN transfer rate of 1 Gbit/s.
Lights up green for a LAN transfer rate of 100 Mbit/s.
Does not light up for a LAN transfer rate of 10 Mbit/s.
11
Hidden reset button
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
63
5.1.2.2
Indicator on the hot-plug power supply units
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
Installation and operation
1
Figure 17: Indicator on the hot-plug power supply unit
1
Mains power indicator (two-color)
Flashes green when the system unit is switched off but still
connected to the mains (standby mode).
Lights up green when the system unit is switched on and is working
properly.
Lights up yellow when a prospective error has been detected in the
power supply unit but the latter is still active.*
*
The following events are detected as predictable errors:
The temperature is very high.
The power consumption is very high.
The current strength is very high.
64
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
5.1.2.3
Indicators on the hot-plug fan modules
1
Figure 18: Indicators on the hot-plug fan module
1
Power indicator (two-color)
Flashes green when the system unit is switched off but still
connected to the mains (standby mode).
Lights up green when the system unit is switched on and the fan
module is working properly.
Lights up yellow when a prospective error has been detected in the
fan module but the latter is still active.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
65
5.2
Switching the system unit on/off
V CAUTION!
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
Installation and operation
●
If you switch on the system unit and the connected monitor only
shows flickering stripes, switch it off immediately (see chapter
"Troubleshooting and tips" on page 77).
●
The On/Off button does not disconnect the device from the mains. To
fully disconnect it from the mains, you must unplug the plugs from the
sockets.
●
Turn the system unit on when the temperature is in its operating
environment range (10–35°C). For details on the operating
environment, refer to "Safety Precautions". When operating the
device outside of this operating environment, the server may operate
improperly, damage data etc. Furthermore, Fujitsu cannot be held
responsible for any related damage,malfunction, or loss of data, etc.
●
Be sure to wait for 10 seconds or more after shutdown before turning
the system unit on.
●
Before switching the system unit on using the On/Off button, the
PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit must be connected to the power
supply for at least a minute.
Switching on the system unit
Ê Press the On/Off button on the system unit (position 4 in figure 14 on
page 57) for 2 seconds. Depending on the BIOS setting, the individual
server blades will also be switched on. This is done in sequence according
to the numbering of the server blade slots (see figure 20 on page 82.)
Ê If necessary, switch on the required server blades
The system unit is switched on and the activated server blades perform a
system test and boot the operating system.
Switching off the system unit
The system unit is up and running (server blades are also switched on).
Ê To properly shut down all server blades, press the On/Off button on the
front of the system unit (position 4 in figure 14 on page 57) for 4 seconds. All
server blades will then be shut down.
66
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
Ê To immediately shut down all server blades, press the On/Off button on
the front of the system unit (position 4 in figure 14 on page 57) for 10
seconds. All server blades are switched off immediately.
Other ways to shut down the system unit
– Web interface of the management blade
You can also switch off the system unit and the individual server blades via
the Web interface of the management blade (see manual "PRIMERGY
BX400 Blade Server Systems ServerView Management Blade S1 User
Interface Description").
– After power failure
After a power failure, the system unit will switch itself on again automatically,
and the server blades which were running prior to the power failure are
automatically started up again according to the BIOS setting.
I How to switch server blades on/off is described in the relevant operating
manuals.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
67
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Installation and operation
5.3
Configuring management blades
The two redundant management blades form the central interface for
administration of the system unit and all components therein. This section
explains how to do the initial configuration of the management blades.
For more information on administration of the blade server, see the manual
"PRIMERGY BX400 Blade Server Systems ServerView Management Blade S1
User Interface Description").
Initial configuration with the Base Configuration Wizard
Ê Make sure that the hardware installation of the system unit as described in
chapter "Installing the hardware" on page 37.
Ê Press the On/Off button on the ServerView Local Service Display for Blade
(position 4 in figure 14 on page 57) to switch on the system unit.
The management blade boots and the ServerView Local Service Display for
Blade shows the start menu of the Base Configuration Wizard.
Figure 19: Base Configuration Wizard start menu
Ê Select YES with the nagivation buttons and press the
wizard.
button to start the
The NO button closes the Base Configuration Wizard, and the Health Status
Overview menu is displayed.
68
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
The wizard guides you step by step through the menus, in which you make the
necessary settings for putting the blade server into operation. You operate the
wizard with the Previous, Next, and Cancel buttons. The Finish button closes it.
However, you cannot close the wizard until you have defined the following
default settings:
–
–
–
–
Language
Date/Time
Identification
Network
Language
Defines the language for the menu (English, German or
Japanese)
Date/Time
Contains the time and the time zone and activates/deactivates
summer time.
Import
If you have activated this option you can import the following
parameters:
–
–
–
–
–
Language
Identification
Network
PIN
Power
Click Next and specify the path and file name of the configuration
file on the USB storage medium.
Ident.
Contains details of:
–
–
–
–
BX400 S1
System Name
Rack Name
System Contact
System Location
Operating Manual
69
Network
If DHCP is activated (default), the obtained network data is
displayed. Otherwise you can specify the network data manually:
– IP Address
– Subnet Mask
– Gateway
IPv4 settings
–
–
–
–
–
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
Installation and operation
IPv4 enable
Obtain IP address from DHCP
Obtain DNS address from DHCP
DNS server 1
DNS server 2
IPv6 settings
–
–
–
–
–
I/O
IPv6 enable
Obtain IP address from DHCP
Obtain DNS configuration from DHCP
DNS server 1
DNS server 2
Contains basic configuration settings for the Front-Side I/O
Module (FSIOM) and the connection blades:
FSIOM settings
– Select server blades for using USB port and DVD drive
Connection blade settings (management port IPv4):
If DHCP is activated (default), the obtained network data is
displayed. Otherwise you can specify the network data manually:
– IP Address
– Subnet Mask
– Gateway
Connection blade settings (management port IPv6):
– IPv6 enabled (OFF)
– DHCP enabled (OFF)
70
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
Power
Contains power management settings
Power settings (1) (Default values are highlighted):
– Consumption mode (No Consumption Control / Enforced
Max. Limit / Low Noise Operation / Minimum Power Cons. /
Scheduled Cons. Mode)
– PSU control enabled
– PSU redundancy (No Redundancy / PSU Redundancy /
Phase Redundancy)
– PSU Dynamic Mode enable (ON / OFF)
Power settings (2):
– Maximum Power Limit (value of "Minimum Power Limit" as
printed in the same menu)
Power settings (3):
– PSU/Phase Assignment (Unassigned)
– Phase Limit (no value)
PIN
Contains a four-digit PIN as password protection for the
ServerView Local Service Display for Blade
Default values:
– PIN enabled (OFF)
– PIN (0000)
Check
Ekeying Check: This is a function which allows you to query the
compatibility of the modules before startup, and then activate,
partially activate or deactivate the module depending on the
result. For example, you would not activate modules whose
operating voltages or power consumption are not compatible with
the system.
This test begins automatically after switch-on or after a hardware
replacement. If errors are found, you can find out more about
them via the Details button. Replace the defective hardware
component and repeat the test.
Save
Clicking the Save button saves and applies the settings in the
management blade.
With the Previous button you can go back and change
parameters. You save the changed configuration with the Save
button.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
71
Export
Deploy / export settings
Deploy Settings
Stored settings can be transferred to another system in the
rack. In the next menu you can specify which configuration
data you want to copy onto which other systems in the
rack.
Export Settings
Stored settings can be saved on a USB storage medium.
In the next menu you can specify which configuration data
you want to save to the USB storage medium.
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
Installation and operation
72
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Installation and operation
5.4
Cleaning the system unit
V CAUTION!
To clean the system unit, first switch it off and unplug the power plug(s)
from the grounded power outlet(s).
The housing interior of the system unit should only be cleaned by
authorized, qualified personnel.
Do not use abrasive powder or detergents which dissolve plastic to clean
the housing exterior.
Make sure that no liquid gets inside the device and that the ventilation
slits on the system unit remain open.
Clean the keyboard and the mouse with a disinfecting cloth.
You may clean the housing surface of the system unit with a dry cloth. If it is very
dirty you can use a damp cloth that has been dipped in water with a mild
detergent and well wrung out.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
73
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9246-003.fm
Installation and operation
74
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
6
Property and data protection
The blade server is protected against unauthorized access by the lockable rack
door.
To protect the system and data internally against unauthorized access, you can
activate the security functions of the management blade. For more information,
see the manual "PRIMERGY BX400 Blade Server Systems ServerView
Management Blade S1 User Interface Description".
Further security options can be set in the BIOS setups and in the operating
systems of the server blades. For information on these, see the operating
manuals for the server blades.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
75
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9247-003.fm
Property and data protection
76
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
7
Troubleshooting and tips
V CAUTION!
Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important notes" on
page 25.
If a fault occurs, try to correct it as described:
–
–
–
–
in this chapter,
in the chapters for the installed components,
in the documentation for the connected devices,
in the help systems of the individual programs used.
If you do not manage to correct the problem, proceed as follows:
Ê Make a note of the steps you have taken and the situation in which the fault
occurred. Also make a note of the error messages displayed.
Ê Switch off the defective server blade or the system.
Ê Contact customer service.
7.1
System power indicator does not light up
The system's power indicator (see figure 16 on page 61) does not light up after
you have switched on your system:
Power cable not connected correctly
Ê Make sure that the power cable is correctly connected to the system's power
supply units and to the socket strip of the rack (see section "Connecting the
system unit to the mains" on page 51).
Power supply overloaded
Ê Unplug the power cables from the insulated sockets of the power supply
units.
Ê Wait a few seconds and then plug the power cables back into the sockets.
Ê Switch on your system.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
77
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9248-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Troubleshooting and tips
7.2
Front or back error LED flashes orange
If the front or back ID/error LED is flashing orange (see section "Control and
display elements" on page 55), one of the following errors may have occurred:
One of the power supply units has failed
The status LED of the power supply unit is not lit and/or the error LED of the
power supply unit flashes green if, for example, one of the following errors has
occurred in the power supply unit (see also figure "Indicator on the hot-plug
power supply unit" on page 64):
– General failure (warning or shutdown due to fan no. 1)
– Temperature exceeded (one of the fans in the power supply unit is not
working properly)
– Overcurrent
– Overvoltage or undervoltage
– The power supply unit is reaching the end of its life or its ambient thresholds
are being exceeded.
Ê Check the status of the power supply unit and/or the fan-failure LEDs to
identify the defective module and replace it (see section "Replacing the
power supply unit" on page 121).
One of the fans in the fan module has failed
Although the system can still be used if one of the fans in the fan module fails,
you should:
Ê Replace the defective fan module as soon as possible (see section "Hotplug fan modules" on page 123).
A switch blade has failed
The error LED of the switch blade lights up when a general error occurs.
Ê Check the error LEDs of the switch blades to find out which blade has failed.
Ê If the switch blade is still being shown as defective, replace it (see section
"Installing a connection blade" on page 112).
78
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Troubleshooting and tips
7.3
System switches itself off
Server Management has detected an error
Ê Check the error list of System Event Log in ServerView Operations Manager
or in the management blade web interface, and attempt to eliminate the
error.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
79
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9248-003.fm
Troubleshooting and tips
80
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
8
Hot-plug components
This chapter explains how to handle the hot-plug components within the
Customer-Self-Service (CSS) concept and how to make hardware changes to
your system unit in general (e.g. adding or replacing hot-plug power supply units
or hot-plug fan modules).
I Further information on the CSS concept is provided in the "Customer
Self Service (CSS)" manual on the ServerView Suite DVD 2.
Expansions and upgrades may only be carried out by authorized
specialist personnel. These operations are described in the Options
Guide.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
81
8.1
Server blades and storage blades
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
Hot-plug components
/
1
3
5
Figure 20: Numbering of the server blade slots
The PRIMERGYBX400 S1 system unit has 8 slots on the front for
server blades. Alternatively, the bays 2, 4, 6 and 8 can be equipped with storage
blades, which occupy one bay. Alternatively, the bays 2-3 and 6-7 or 4-5 can be
equipped with the storage blades, which occupy two bays.
Different models and configurations of server blades can be combined in the
system unit.
82
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
Installing a server blade
V CAUTION!
●
Make sure you observe the safety notes and the information on
handling electrostatic-sensitive devices in the section "Modules with
Electrostatic-Sensitive Devices" on page 32.
●
Beware of the energy hazard at the midplane contacts. A short circuit
on these contacts may damage the system.
●
The server blade boots automatically after installation in the
system unit.
When you install a server blade in an active system unit, the server
blade automatically performs a Power-On Self-Test (POST) and then
switches itself off.
If the system unit is switched off when you install the server blade, the
automatic POST is performed immediately after you switch on the
system unit.
●
BX400 S1
Any unused server blade slots must be fitted with dummy modules to
comply with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations and to
ensure sufficient cooling of the system components.
Operating Manual
83
The following describes how to install a BX920 S2 server blade. Storage blades
are installed in the same way.
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
Hot-plug components
/
1
0
Figure 21: Installing the BX920 S2 server blade
Ê Undo the locking mechanism of the release lever (1).
Ê Open the release lever (2).
Ê Push the server blade as far as possible into the empty slot (3).
84
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
/
Figure 22: Locking the BX920 S2 server blade
Ê Push the release lever up until it clicks into place under the locking lever (1).
Removal is carried out in reverse order.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
85
Installing a dummy server blade module
Any unused server blade slots must be fitted with dummy modules to comply
with EMC regulations for the system and to ensure sufficient cooling of the
components.
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
Hot-plug components
/
Figure 23: Dummy server blade module
The handle (1) is movable and acts as a release lever. It must be at the bottom
when you install the dummy module in the system unit (see figure 24 on
page 87).
86
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
/
Figure 24: Installing a dummy server blade module
Ê Push the dummy server blade into the empty slot until it clicks into place.
Removing a dummy server blade module
Ê Push up the release lever (1) and pull the dummy module out of the slot by
its handle.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
87
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
8.2
Connection blades
The PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit has 4 slots on the back for connection
blades for connecting the server blades to LAN and SAN networks and
Infinband environments.
This section deals with the connection blades available for your BX400 S1
system unit. It describes their most important features, the external ports, the
assignment of the internal ports to the server blades, and how to install and
remove connection blades in/from the system unit.
How to configure and operate the connection blades is explained in separate
manuals.
The following connection blades are available:
– Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/12 (SB11A)
– Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/8+2 (SB11)
– Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 18/6 (SB6)
– Connection Blade 10 GbE Switch/IBP 18/8
– Connection Blade Ethernet Pass Thru 10Gb 18/18
– Connection Blade 8Gb FC Switch 18/8
– Connection Blade 8Gb FC Pass Thru 18/18
– Connection Blade Infiniband Switch 40 Gb 18/18
I For the latest information on optional products provided for the BX400 S1
system unit see the configurator of the system unit:
https://globalsp.ts.fujitsu.com/dmsp/docs/cnfgbx400s1.pdf
(for the EMEA market)
http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/primergy/system.html
(for the Japanese market)
I Please refer to the connection blades manuals for other connection
blades.
88
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
8.2.1
Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/12 (SB11A)
The Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/12 can be used as a layer-2 switch
or an Intelligent Blade Panel (IBP). It provides the following connections:
– 36 internal 1-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 8 external 1-Gbit ports through RJ45 connections
– 4 external 1-Gbit ports through SFP modules for Ethernet ports via fiberoptic or copper cable
This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots, see figure
"Connection blade slots" on page 108.
If the connection blade is installed in one of the slots CB 2, CB 3 or CB 4, the
server blades must have corresponding GbE mezzanine cards. For more
information, see the operating manuals for the relevant server blades.
Ports and LEDs
34
1
2
5
A
6
B
Figure 25: Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/12
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
89
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
1
2
ID indicator (blue)
Lit:
ID LED was activated via the management blade
Dark:
Normal operation
Status indicator (green/orange)
Lights up green: Power is supplied to the connection blade
A
Switch error
Dark:
Power is not supplied to the connection blade
1-Gbit Ethernet ports for SFP modules for connection of fiber-optic or copper
cables (each with two integrated status LEDs)
3 (ERR)
4 (LINK)
B
Lights up
orange:
Error indicator (orange)
Dark:
No SFP transceiver error
Lit:
SFP transceiver error
Flashes:
SFP module not supported
LAN connection indicator (green)
Lit:
LAN connection available
Flashes:
LAN connection active
Dark:
LAN connection unavailable or deactivated
1-Gbit Ethernet ports (RJ45 with two integrated LAN status LEDs each)
5
LAN transfer rate (green/orange)
Lights up
orange:
LAN transfer rate 1 Gbit/s
Lights up green: LAN transfer rate 100 Mbit/s
Dark:
6
90
LAN transfer rate 10 Mbit/s
LAN connection indicator (green)
Lit:
LAN connection available
Flashes:
LAN connection active
Dark:
LAN connection unavailable or deactivated
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
8.2.2
Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/8+2 (SB11)
The Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/8+2 can be used as a layer-2 switch
or an Intelligent Blade Panel (IBP). It provides the following connections:
– 36 internal 1-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 8 external 1-Gbit ports through RJ45 connections
– 2 external 10-Gbit ports through SFP+ modules for Ethernet connections via
fiber-optic or copper cable
– 1 internal stacking port to the midplane of the BX400 S1 system unit
– 1 external stacking port through a CX4 connection
The stacking ports allow up to 4 SB11 connection blades to be switched
together to form a so-called stack, see "Connection blade stacking" on
page 94.
This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots, see figure
"Connection blade slots" on page 108.
If the connection blade is installed in one of the slots CB 2, CB 3 or CB 4, the
server blades must have corresponding GbE mezzanine cards. For more
information, see the operating manuals for the relevant server blades.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
91
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
Ports and LEDs
1 2 3 45
67
A
8
9
B
C
Figure 26: Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 36/12
1
Status indicator (green/orange)
Lights up green: Power is supplied to the connection blade
Flashes orange: Connection blade error
Dark:
2
3
4
5
Power is not supplied to the connection blade
ID indicator (blue)
Lit:
ID LED was activated via the management blade
Dark:
Normal operation
Stacking port 1 (internal) (green)
Lit:
Stacking port 1 is available
Flashes green:
Stacking port 1 is active
Dark:
Stacking port 1 is not available
Stacking port 2 (external) (green)
Lit:
Stacking port 2 is available
Flashes green:
Stacking port 2 is active
Dark:
Stacking port 2 is not available
Stacking (green/orange)
Lights up
yellow:
Connection blade is stack master
Flashes yellow:
Connection blade cannot perform role of master
Lights up green: Connection blade is stack slave
92
Flashes green:
Master selection process is active
Dark:
Connection blade does not belong to a stack
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
A
HiGig/HiGig+ connection (CX4) for stacking, see "Connection blade stacking" on
page 94
B
10-Gbit Ethernet ports for SFP+ modules for connecting fiber-optic or copper
cables (with two integrated status LEDs each)
6 (ERR)
7 (LINK)
Error indicator (orange)
Dark:
No SFP+ transceiver error
Lit:
SFP+ transceiver error
Flashes:
SFP+ module not supported
LAN connection indicator (green)
Lit:
C
SFP+ transceiver connection available
Flashes:
SFP+ transceiver connection active
Dark:
SFP+ transceiver connection not available or
deactivated.
1-Gbit Ethernet ports (RJ45 with two integrated LAN status LEDs each)
5
LAN transfer rate (green/orange)
Lights up
orange:
LAN transfer rate 1 Gbit/s
Lights up green: LAN transfer rate 100 Mbit/s
Dark:
6
BX400 S1
LAN transfer rate 10 Mbit/s
LAN connection indicator (green)
Lit:
LAN connection available
Flashes:
LAN connection active
Dark:
LAN connection unavailable or deactivated
Operating Manual
93
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
8.2.2.1
Connection blade stacking
Up to 4 Connection Blades GbE Switch/IBP 36/8+2 can be switched together to
form a so-called stack. One of the connection blades takes on the role of the
master. This connection blade is used to administer all modules of the stack. All
modules of a stack act as one connection blade. In this way, connection blade
stacking offers a large number of ports with minimum administrative effort.
The connections within a stack are established through the stacking ports of the
connection blades. The internal stacking ports to the midplane of the system
unit are each used to connect two connection blades that are installed in the
same fabric, i.e. in two adjacent slots. Connection blades in different fabrics are
connected through the external ports using CX4 cables.
Figure 27: CX4 cable
The stacking connections within a stack must form a circuit. Connection blade
stacks can be formed within a system unit, across several system units of a rack
or across several system units in different racks.
Further information
You determine which connection blade takes on the master role through the
sequence and the intervals at which the connection blades are booted and
connected with each other. For more detailed information and additional
possible configurations, see the manuals "PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Server
Systems – Ethernet Connection Blade Module IBP Version – User’s Guide",
"PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Server Systems – Ethernet Connection Blade
Module Switch Version – User’s Guide" and " スイッチブレード
(10Gbps 18/8)
取扱説明書 " (for the Japanese market).
94
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
8.2.3
Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 18/6 (SB6)
The Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 18/6 can be used as a layer-2 switch or
an Intelligent Blade Panel (IBP). It provides the following connections:
– 18 internal 1-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 6 external 1-Gbit ports through RJ45 connections
This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots, see figure
"Connection blade slots" on page 108.
If the connection blade is installed in one of the slots CB 2, CB 3 or CB 4, the
server blades must have corresponding GbE mezzanine cards. For more
information, see the operating manuals for the relevant server blades.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
95
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
Ports and LEDs
1 2
3
4
A
Figure 28: Connection Blade GbE Switch/IBP 18/6
1
Status indicator (green/orange)
Lights up green: Power is supplied to the connection blade
Flashes orange: Connection blade failure
Dark:
2
A
Power is not supplied to the connection blade
ID indicator (blue)
Lit:
ID LED was activated via the management blade
Dark:
Normal operation
1-Gbit Ethernet ports (RJ45 with two integrated LAN status LEDs each)
3
LAN transfer rate (green/orange)
Lights up
orange:
LAN transfer rate 1 Gbit/s
Lights up green: LAN transfer rate 100 Mbit/s
Dark:
4
96
LAN transfer rate 10 Mbit/s
LAN connection indicator (green)
Lit:
LAN connection available
Flashes:
LAN connection active
Dark:
LAN connection unavailable or deactivated
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
8.2.4
Connection Blade 10 GbE Switch/IBP 18/8
The Connection Blade 10 GbE Switch/IBP 18/8 can be used as a layer-2+
switch or an Intelligent Blade Panel (IBP). It provides the following connections:
– 18 internal 10-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 8 external 10-Gbit ports through SFP+ modules or active twinax cables
(copper)
This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots, see figure
"Connection blade slots" on page 108.
If the connection blade is installed in one of the slots CB 2, CB 3 or CB 4, the
server blades must have corresponding 10 GbE mezzanine cards. For more
information, see the operating manuals for the relevant server blades and the
manual "PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 User Guide" and " スイッ
チブレード(10Gbps 18/8)取扱説明書 " (for the Japanese market).
Ports and LEDs
1 2 3
45
A
6
Figure 29: Connection Blade 10 GbE Switch/IBP 18/8
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
97
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
1
2
3
Status indicator (green/orange)
Lit green:
Power is supplied to the connection blade
Flashes
alternately
green/orange:
Connection blade error
Dark:
Power is not supplied to the connection blade
Stack indicator (green/yellow) (future use)
Lit yellow:
Operating as a stack master
Flashes yellow:
Operating failure as a stack master
Lit green:
Operating as a stack slave
Flashes green
Operating failure as a stack slave or during master
election process
Dark:
No stacking
ID indicator (blue)
Lit:
ID LED was activated via the management blade
Dark:
Normal operation
6
Hidden reset button
A
10-Gbit Ethernet ports for SFP+ modules for connection of fiber-optic cables or
for active twinax copper cables (each with two integrated status LEDs)
4 (ERR)
5 (LINK)
98
Error indicator (orange)
Dark:
No SFP+ module error or SFP+ module not installed
Lit:
SFP+ module error
Flashes:
SFP+ module not supported
LAN connection indicator (green)
Lit:
LAN connection available
Flashes:
LAN connection active
Dark:
LAN connection unavailable or deactivated
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
8.2.5
Connection Blade Ethernet Pass Thru 10Gb 18/18
The Connection Blade Ethernet Pass Thru 10Gb 18/18 provides the following
connections:
– 18 internal ports to the server blades at 10 Gbit/s and 1 Gbit/s link speed
– 18 external uplink ports at 10 Gbit/s and 1 Gbit/s link speed through
SFP+/SFP modules
This connection blade can be used in all connection blade slots, see figure
"Connection blade slots" on page 108.
Ports and LEDs
1 2
A
3
A
Figure 30: Connection Blade Ethernet Pass Thru 10Gb 18/18
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
99
1
ID indicator (blue)
Lit:
2
3
ID LED was activated via the management blade
Status indicator (green/orange)
Lit green:
Power is supplied to the connection blade
Flashes orange:
Connection blade error
Dark:
Power is not supplied to the connection blade
Status indicators for Ethernet ports (green/orange)
Dark:
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
Hot-plug components
Occurs in the following cases:
–
–
–
–
Lit green:
Both the internal and external links are up
Flashes orange:
Occurs in the following cases:
–
–
Flashes green:
A
Server blade not present, powered down, or link is inactive
Uplink port module not present
Uplink port cable not connected
One or both of the internal and/or external links is down
Link protocol mismatch (one indicator flashes orange)
Internal port speed configuration error (all indicators of all
ports in a port group flash together, see "Port assignment" on
page 101)
Link is up and data transfer
External ports (18x)
Ports for Ethernet through SFP/SFP+ modules
100
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
Port assignment
If the connection blade is installed in one of the slots CB 1 or CB 2, 16 ports are
available. Connection blade ports 17 and 18 are not used. The figure below
shows the port assignment.
Server blade slots
5
6
7
8
Connection blade
ports
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Server blade slots
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
If the connection blade is installed in one of the slots CB 3 or CB 4, 8 ports are
available. Connection blade ports 9 - 18 are not used. The figure below shows
the port assignment.
Connection blade
ports
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Server blade slots
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
The 18 connection blade ports are divided into 6 groups, color indicated in the
figures above. All the ports within a single group must use the same link protocol
with eiter 10 Gbit/s or 1 Gbit/s link speed. Default link speed is 10 Gbit/s.
The configuration of the connection blade is controlled by the management
blade. Each port group an be configured to a certain link protocol. The
management blade web interface allows the user to modify the port group link
speed configuration.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
101
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
8.2.6
Connection Blade 8Gb FC Switch 18/8
The 8-Gb FC Switch Connection Blade 18/8 14 (Brocade BR5450) provides the
following connections:
– 18 internal 8-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 8 external Fibre Channel ports via 4-Gbit SFP or 8-Gbit SFP+ modules
This connection blade can be used in slots CB 2, CB 3 and CB 4, see figure
"Connection blade slots" on page 108. It only supports server blades that are
fitted with a Fibre Channel mezzanine card. For more information, see the
operating manuals for the relevant server blades.
This connection blade is available in three license variants:
– Brocade 5450 with 14-port license
– Brocade 5450 with 26-port license (applies only to EMEA market)
– Brocade 5450 with 26-port license and performance bundle (applies only to
EMEA market)
As the operating system for the 8 Gb FC Switch Connection Blade 18/8, the
complete functional scope of Brocade Fabric OS, the shared software platform for
Brocade Fibre Channel switches, is available. The FC switch blade is
administered via Fabric Watch and Advanced Web Tools from Brocade.
Ports and LEDs
B
1 2 3
4
A
C
Figure 31: 8-Gb FC Switch Connection Blade 18/8
1
ID
102
ID indicator (blue)
Lit:
ID LED was activated via the management blade
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
2
Health indicator (green/yellow) (controlled by management blade)
Dark:
Boot phase; connection blade was still not recognized by MMB
Lights up green:
Connection blade is running
Lights up yellow:
Hardware/functional error or overheating
3
Hidden reset button
4
Status indicator (green/orange)
Dark:
Connection blade is not running or is defective
Lights up green:
Connection blade is running
Lights up orange:
Boot phase; one or more ports are offline; restarting connection
Flashes
orange/green:
Warning: An error has occurred.
The LED can also flash during a test.
A
External FC ports (8x)
Ports for FC SFP Multi-Mode (MMF) or FC SFP+ Multi-Mode (MMF) SFP modules
B
Status indicators for external FC ports (green/orange)
Dark:
No signal reception
Flickers green:
FC port online, data transport
Flashes green:
–
–
Lights up orange:
Signal reception, but not online
Flashes orange:
Slow (~ 2 sec. interval): FC port deactivated.
Slow: FC port online, but segmented
Fast: Internal loop
Fast (~ 0.5 sec. interval): FC port defective
C
Management LAN port
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
103
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
8.2.7
Connection Blade 8Gb FC Pass Thru 18/18
The 8-Gb FC Pass Thru Connection Blade 18/18 provides the following
connections:
– 18 internal 8-Gbit ports to the server blades
– 18 external Fibre Channel ports via 4-Gbit SFP or 8-Gbit SFP+ modules
This connection blade can be used in slots CB 2, CB 3 and CB 4, see figure
"Connection blade slots" on page 108. It only supports server blades that are
fitted with a Fibre Channel mezzanine card. For more information, see the
operating manuals for the relevant server blades.
Ports and LEDs
12
3
B
A
Figure 32: 8-Gb FC Pass Thru Connection Blade 18/18
1
ID
ID indicator (blue)
2
Status indicator (green/orange)
3
Lit:
ID LED was activated via the management blade
Dark:
Connection blade is powered off
Lights up green:
Connection blade is powered on, status OK
Flashes orange:
Connection blade is powered on, status fail
Status indicators for external FC ports (green)
Lit:
FC link up
A, B External FC ports (A: 1-12, B: 13-18, from left to right)
Ports for FC SFP Multi-Mode (MMF) 4Gbit/s or FC SFP+ Multi-Mode (MMF) 8Gbit/s
104
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
Port assignment
Each of the 8 server blades of a BX400 S1 system unit can be equipped with 2
FC mezzanine cards each with 2 ports (0, 1). Each of the server blade FC ports
is connected to a dedicated port of an FC pass thru connection blade in a
defined connection blade slot. The table below shows the port assignment of
mezzanine card ports and connection blade slots.
Mezzanine card 1
Mezzanine card 2
Server blade slot
Port 0
Port 1
Port 0
Port 1
1
CB2 port 1
CB2 port 9
CB3 port 1
CB4 port 1
2
CB2 port 2
CB2 port 10
CB3 port 2
CB4 port 2
3
CB2 port 3
CB2 port 11
CB3 port 3
CB4 port 3
4
CB2 port 4
CB2 port 12
CB3 port 4
CB4 port 4
5
CB2 port 5
CB2 port 13
CB3 port 5
CB4 port 5
6
CB2 port 6
CB2 port 14
CB3 port 6
CB4 port 6
7
CB2 port 7
CB2 port 15
CB3 port 7
CB4 port 7
8
CB2 port 8
CB2 port 16
CB3 port 8
CB4 port 8
The FC pass thru port numbers are related to the server blade slot numbers.
Example
Mezzanine card 1 port 0 of server blade in slot 6 is connected to port 6 of FC
pass thru connection blade in slot 2 (CB2).
Port 0 of mezzanine card 1 is connected to port 7 of FC pass thru connection
blade in slot 3.
For information about port assignment of mezzanine cards and connection
blade slots please refer also to "Fitting rules for connection blades" on page 108
and "Port assignment of the connection blades" on page 110
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
105
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
8.2.8
Connection Blade Infiniband Switch 40 Gb 18/18
The Connection Blade Infiniband Switch 40Gb 18/18 provides the following
connections:
– 18 internal 40-Gbit Infiniband ports to the server blades
– 18 external 40-Gbit Infiniband connections through QSFP modules
This connection blade can be used in slots CB 3/4 see figure "Connection blade
slots" on page 108. It only supports server blades that are fitted with an
Infiniband mezzanine card. For more information, see the operating manuals for
the relevant server blades.
106
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
Ports and LEDs
3 4
2
1
A
Figure 33: Connection Blade Infiniband Switch 40 Gb 18/18
1
Status indicator (green/yellow)
Lights up green:
Power supply active
Flashes yellow:
Switch error
2
ID
ID indicator (blue)
3
P
Physical link status indicator of the external IB ports (green)
4L/
A
A
Lit:
ID LED was activated via the management blade
Dark:
No signal reception (IB port offline)
Lights up green:
IB port online
Logical link status indicator of the external IB ports (yellow)
Dark:
No signal reception
Lights up yellow:
IB port online
Flashes yellow:
Data transport
External IB ports (18x)Ports for QSFP plugs
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
107
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
8.2.9
Fitting rules for connection blades
The connection blade slots of the BX400 S1 system unit are numbered as
follows.
CB 1 (Fabric 1)
CB 2 (Fabric 2)
CB 3 (Fabric 3)
CB 4 (Fabric 3)
Figure 34: Connection blade slots
The connection blade slots are connected to a so-called fabric. The following
table shows how you can fill the fabrics and which network components of the
server blades they are connected to:
Server blade
Midplane
Onboard LAN
Fabric 1
Mezzanine
card slot 1
Fabric 2
Connection blade slots
CB1:
CB2:
CB3:
Mezzanine
card slot 2
Fabric 3
CB4:
1 or 10 Gb Ethernet
1 or 10 Gb Ethernet or Fibre Channel
1 or 10 Gb Ethernet or Fibre Channel
or Infinband
1 or 10 Gb Ethernet or Fibre Channel
Table 4: Fitting rules for connection blade slots
I Connection blades within one fabric must have the same technology, i.e.
either Ethernet or Fibre Channel or Infiniband.
When filling the slots in fabrics 2 and 3, also make sure the server blades are
fitted with the appropriate mezzanine cards. The following rules apply for fitting
the mezzanine card slots of the server blades:
●
If a 1 Gb Ethernet mezzanine card is installed in slot 1 of a server blade, at
least one 1 Gb Ethernet connection blade must be installed in CB slot 2 of
the system unit.
108
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
●
If a 10 Gb Ethernet mezzanine card is installed in slot 1 of a server blade, at
least one 10 Gb Ethernet connection blade must be installed in CB slot 2 of
the system unit.
●
If an FC mezzanine card is installed in slot 1, at least one FC connection
blade must be installed in CB slot 2.
●
If a 1 Gb Ethernet mezzanine card is installed in slot 2 of a server blade, at
least one 1 Gb Ethernet connection blade must be installed in CB slot 3 or
in CB slot 4 of the system unit.
●
If a 10 Gb Ethernet mezzanine card is installed in slot 2 of a server blade, at
least one 1 Gb Ethernet connection blade must be installed in CB slot 3 or
in CB slot 4 of the system unit.
●
If an FC mezzanine card is installed in slot 2, at least one FC connection
blade must be installed in CB slot 3 or in CB slot 4.
●
If an Infiniband mezzanine card is installed in slot 2, an Infiniband connection
blade should be installed in CB slots 3 and 4.
I In this case, both channels of the Infiniband mezzanine card are
used.
●
You can install a combination of FC, Ethernet and Infiniband mezzanine
cards in a server blade. In this case, the Ethernet mezzanine card should be
installed in slot 1 and the FC or Infiniband mezzanine card in slot 2 of the
server blade.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
109
8.2.10 Port assignment of the connection blades
The A-channels of the controllers in the server blades are connected to the
connection blade slots on the left-hand side (CB1 and CB3). The B-channels
are connected to the slots on the right-hand side (CB2 and CB4).
With the mezzanine cards, the assignment of the ports to the connection blade
slots can be defined via the management blade. The following figure shows the
different options.
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
Hot-plug components
mezzanine card
FC 8 Gb/s
LAN 1 GbE (SB11, SB11A)
LAN 1 GbE (SB6)
Server blade slot (x)
Connection blade slot (CB)
Mezzanine card slot (M)
Port (P)
Port (P)
Server blade slot (x)
x.M1.P1
CB2.P1+(x-1)
x.M1.P2
CB2.P9+(x-1)
x.M2.P1
CB3.P1+(x-1)
x.M2.P2
CB4.P1+(x-1)
x.M1.P1
CB2.P1+2*(x-1)
x.M1.P2
CB2.P17+2*(x-1)
x.M1.P3
CB2.P2+2*(x-1)
x.M1.P4
CB2.P18+2*(x-1)
x.M2.P1
CB3.P1+2*(x-1)
x.M2.P2
CB4.P1+2*(x-1)
x.M2.P3
CB3.P2+2*(x-1)
x.M2.P4
CB4.P2+2*(x-1)
x.M1.P1
CB2.P1+(x-1)
x.M1.P2
CB2.P9+(x-1)
x.M1.P3
-
x.M1.P4
-
x.M2.P1
CB3.P1+(x-1)
x.M2.P2
CB4.P1+(x-1)
x.M2.P3
-
x.M2.P4
-
Table 5: Port assignment of connection blades and mezzanine cards
110
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
mezzanine card
LAN 10 GbE
Infiniband
Server blade slot (x)
Connection blade slot (CB)
Mezzanine card slot (M)
Port (P)
Port (P)
Server blade slot (x)
x.M1.P1
CB2.P1+(x-1)
x.M1.P2
CB2.P8+(x-1)
x.M2.P1
CB3.P1+(x-1)
x.M2.P2
CB4.P2+(x-1)
x.M2.P2
CB3/CB4+(x-1)
Table 5: Port assignment of connection blades and mezzanine cards
For more information on configuring the connection blades, see the manual
"PRIMERGY BX400 Blade Server Systems ServerView Management Blade S1
User Interface Description" and the documentation for the relevant connection
blades.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
111
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
8.2.11 Installing a connection blade
V CAUTION!
Note the safety instructions and the information on handling
electrostatically sensitive devices in section "Safety instructions" on
page 25.
Removing dummy module(s)
Any unused connection blade slots are fitted with appropriate dummy modules
to comply with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations and to ensure
sufficient cooling of the system components.
Figure 35: Dummy connection blade module
To add connection blades, you must first remove the dummy modules from the
relevant slots.
112
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
Figure 36: Removing a dummy connection blade module
Ê Press the handles of the dummy module inward and pull it out of the slot.
Installation is carried out in the reverse order.
I Keep the dummy modules for future use. If you remove a
connection blade and do not replace it with a new one, you must install
a dummy module in the empty slot.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
113
Installing a single-width connection blade
V CAUTION!
Make sure you observe the safety notes and the information on handling
electrostatic-sensitive devices in the section "Modules with ElectrostaticSensitive Devices" on page 32.
Ê Unpack the connection blade.
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
Hot-plug components
/
Figure 37: Installing a connection blade
Ê Open the release lever (1) of the connection blade and push it carefully into
the empty slot.
114
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
Figure 38: Locking the connection blade
Ê Push the connection blade into the slot as far as it will go.
Ê Push the release lever in the direction of the arrow until it clicks into place.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
115
Installing a double-width connection blade (Infiniband)
V CAUTION!
Make sure you observe the safety notes and the information on handling
electrostatic-sensitive devices in the section "Modules with ElectrostaticSensitive Devices" on page 32.
Ê Unpack the Infiniband connection blade.
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
Hot-plug components
/
0
Figure 39: Removing the separating clip
I Because of the double width of these connection blades, you must
remove the separating clip between the two slots of fabric 3 before you
install the connection blade.
Ê Remove the separating clip by pressing the little black lever (1) to the left and
pulling out the separating clip (2).
116
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
/
0
Figure 40: Installing a double-width connection blade
Ê Open the release lever of the connection blade and push it carefully into the
empty fabric as far as it will go (1).
Ê Push the release lever in the direction of the arrow (2) until it clicks into
place.
Removal is carried out in reverse order.
V CAUTION!
If you remove a double-width connection blade and do not replace it with
a new one, you must install the separating clip (see page 116) and two
dummy modules in the empty slot, see page 112.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
117
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
8.3
Management blades
Figure 41: management blade
The PRIMERGY BX400 S1 system unit has slots for two redundant, hot-swap
management blades with an integrated management solution for complete
remote administration of the system. The basic configuration of the BX400 S1
system unit contains one management blade.
The management blades offer user-friendly user interfaces: a Web interface
and a console menu interface via Telnet protocol. For a detailed description, see
the manual "PRIMERGY BX400 Blade Server Systems ServerView
Management Blade S1 User Interface Description".
The slots for the management blades are located on the back of the system unit
(see figure 8 on page 49).
A management blade is installed and removed in the same way as a connection
blade (see "Installing a connection blade" on page 112).
V CAUTION!
After installing the management blade, it is necessary to update the
management blade firmware. Use for the update the management blade
web interface, see "PRIMERGY BX400 Blade Server Systems
ServerView Management Blade S1 User Interface Description".
When two management blades are installed, make sure that both
management blades (master/slave) have the same firmware version.
118
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
8.4
Hot-plug power supply units
The BX400 S1 system unit has 4 bays for hot-plug power supply units (PSU
1-4). The power supply units adapt automatically to any voltage within the range
100 V - 127 V / 200 V - 240 V.
All bays for power supply units are fitted with flaps which close automatically.
This ensures sufficient cooling of the system components when you replace a
power supply unit or fan module during operation.
The PSU bays must be fitted according to their numbering. Unoccupied PSU
bays must be fitted with fan modules to ensure that the system components are
properly cooled, see "Hot-plug fan modules" on page 123.
PSU 1
PSU 2
PSU 3
PSU 4
Figure 42: Numbering of the power supply unit bays
In the minimum configuration, the BX400 S1 system unit contains one hot swap
power supply unit (PSU1). This enables a fully populated BX400 S1 system unit
to run in low power mode. Full power mode requires at least two PSUs in 200
V environments or three PSUs in 100 V environments.
To provide a redundant power supply, a third or fourth power supply unit can be
installed (PSU3 and PSU4) in 200 V environments. In 100 V environments a
fourth power supply unit (PSU4) is required to provide a redundant power
supply. If one of the four power supply units fails, the other two/three units will
ensure the system unit continues to operate normally. The defective power
supply unit can be replaced while the system unit is still running (hot swap).
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
119
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
V CAUTION!
If a power supply unit fails in a non-redundant configuration of power
supply units, and the remaining power supply units do not provide
sufficient power, the system unit is shut down immediately.
I Make sure that the individual power supply units are connected to
different AC sources. This ensures additional AC source redundancy for
high-availability configurations. If only one AC source fails, the power
supply units connected to the other AC sources remain operational.
For detailed information about power management please refer the manual
"PRIMERGY BX400 Blade Server Systems ServerView Management Blade S1
User Interface Description".
120
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
8.4.1
Replacing the power supply unit
If a power supply unit fails, an error message is output on the LocalView display.
The defective power supply unit can be replaced during operation.
V CAUTION!
CAUTION! The power supply unit can be very hot!
Ê Check the power supply unit LEDs on the back of the system unit (see
figure 17 on page 64) to find out which unit is defective.
Ê First unplug the power cable of the defective power supply unit from the
mains.
Ê Unplug the power cable from the insulated socket of the defective power
supply unit.
0
/
Figure 43: Open release lever
Ê Unlock the locking lever (1) and open the release lever (2).
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
121
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Hot-plug components
Figure 44: Removing the power supply unit
Ê Pull the power supply unit out of its bay.
Installation is carried out in the reverse order.
122
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Hot-plug components
8.5
Hot-plug fan modules
The PSU bays of the BX400 S1 system unit can alternatively be fitted with hotplug fan modules.
Figure 45: Fan module
I The unoccupied PSU bays must be fitted with fan modules to ensure that
the system components are properly cooled.
Fan modules are removed and installed in the same way as power supply units,
see "Replacing the power supply unit" on page 121.
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
123
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9249-003.fm
Hot-plug components
124
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Index
3rd party rack
requirements
41
A
acclimatization time 37
add
server blade 83
ambient conditions 22
ASR&R 17
availability 17
B
BIOS update
18
C
cable
connect 54
disconnect 54
cable strain relief 53
cable tie 53
cabling 51
CE marking 20, 33
certification
product safety 21
clean
keyboard 73
mouse 73
screen 73
server 73
components
hardware 11
hot-swap 17
software 11
connect
cable 54
external devices 54
connection blade
dummy module 112
install 112, 114
stacking 94
BX400 S1
connection blades
fitting rules 108
port assignment 110
consumables 35
control elements
system 55
cooling
fan in power supply unit
fan module 17
CSS indicator 59, 62
17
D
data manipulation 11
data protection 75
DataCenter rack
requirements 40
delivery note 38
disconnect
cable 54
display elements
system 55
disposal, devices 36
dummy module
connection blade 112
install 112
E
electrical data 20
electromagnetic compatibility 20, 33
electrostatic-sensitive devices
(ESD) 32
EMC directive 20
environment class 22
environmental protection 35
error
system switches itself off 79
external devices
connect 54
Operating Manual
125
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9250-003.fm
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Index
F
fan
install
connection blade 112, 114
dummy module 112
in rack 40
Infiniband connection blade 116
system 40
indicator 65
fan module
back 17
front 17
flash EPROM 18
G
Global Error indicator
59, 62
H
hard disk module
acclimatization time 37
hot-plug power supply unit 16
hot-swap
fan module 17
management blade 17
power supply unit 17
server blade 17
switch-blade 17
I
ID button 58, 62
ID card
product name 38
serial number 38
ID indicator 59
indicator
on fans 65
power supply unit 64
indicators
CSS 59, 62
Global Error 59, 62
LAN activity 63
LAN transfer rate 63
system error 59, 62
Infiniband connection blade
features 16
install 116
remove 117
information
further sources 12
126
L
labels 36
LAN activity indicator 63
LAN transfer rate, indicator 63
laser information 30
LED
system power indicator does not
light up 77
light emitting diode (LED) 30
Lithium battery 31
Low Voltage Directive 20, 33
M
mains
connect system 51
management blade 118
meaning of the symbols 19
N
noise level 22
notational conventions
O
On/Off button
overload 17
19
58
P
packaging 35, 38
PDA 17
power on indicator 58
power supply
power supply unit 16
power supply unit 16
cable strain relief 53
cable tie 53
indicators 64
replace 121
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Index
power supply, redundant 16
PRIMECENTER Rack
requirements 40
PRIMERGY diagnostic LED 18
product name 38
property protection 75
R
rack
requirements 40
recycling devices 36
redundancy
power supply 16
regulations and standards 20
reliability 17
remove
Infiniband connection blade
replace
power supply unit 121
requirements
3rd party rack 41
DataCenter rack 40
PRIMECENTER Rack 40
return of devices 36
S
Safety instructions 25
safety standards 20
saving energy 35
security function 11
serial number 38
server
data protection 75
dimensions 21
electrical data 20
noise level 22
power on indicator 58
product name 38
property protection 75
serial number 38
service 18
setting up 39
transport 33
unpacking 38
BX400 S1
117
server blade
add 83
server management 17
ServerView Operations Manager 17
supported functions 17
ServerView Remote
Management 18
service
PRIMERGY diagnostic LED 18
server 18
touch point 18
setting up, server 39
switching off
system 66
switching on
system 66
system
back 61
cabling 51
control elements 55
display elements 55
front 55
install 40
mains connection 51
switches itself off (error) 79
switching off 66
switching on 66
system board
PRIMERGY diagnostic LED 18
system power indicator
does not light up 77
T
target group 11
Technical data 20
technical data 20
ambient conditions 22
touch point 18
transport damage 38
U
unpacking, server
Operating Manual
38
127
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9250-003.fm
Index
128
Operating Manual
BX400 S1
Index
BX400 S1
Operating Manual
129
© cognitas. Gesellschft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH 2009
Pfad: C:\Programme\FCT\tim_app\tim_local\work\WALTER\OBJ_DOKU-9250-003.fm
Index
130
Operating Manual
BX400 S1