HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server

HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server
HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server
Identifying server components
Installation Sheet
Rear panel components
Item
Description
Front panel components
1
Front panel USB 2.0 port 0/1
2
Optical disc drive
Figure 1 Front Panel Components / 4 3.5” HDD Model
3
Front UID LED/switch
4
System health LED
5
NIC 1 activity LED
6
NIC 2 activity LED
7
Hard drive activity LED
8
Power LED/switch
9
Thumbscrews for rack mounting
10
Drive online/error LED
11
Drive activity LED
12
Hard disk drive (HDD) bays
Figure 3 Front Panel Components / 12 3.5” HDD Model
Item
Description
1
Front panel USB 2.0 port 0/1
2
Optical disc drive
3
Front UID LED/switch
4
System health LED
5
NIC 1 activity LED
6
NIC 2 activity LED
7
Hard drive activity LED
8
Power LED/switch
9
Thumbscrews for rack mounting
10
Drive online/error LED
11
Drive activity LED
12
Hard disk drive (HDD) bays
Figure 2 Front Panel Components / 8 3.5” HDD Model
Part number: 516375-001
March 2009 (First edition)
Item
Description
1
Front panel USB 2.0 port 0/1
2
System health LED
3
Front UID LED/switch
4
NIC 1 activity LED
5
NIC 2 activity LED
6
Hard drive activity LED
7
Power LED/switch
8
Thumbscrews for rack mounting
9
Drive online/error LED
10
Drive activity LED
11
Hard disk drive (HDD) bays
Figure 4 Rear Panel Components for Standard PCI Cage
Item
Description
1
Power supply 2 cable socket
2
Serial port
3
T-10/T-15 wrench
4
GbE LAN port for NIC 2
5
Mgmt port (optional)
6
Low-profile PCI expansion card slot cover
7
Full-height/full-length PCI expansion card slot covers
8
UID LED/switch
9
GbE LAN port for NIC 1
10
Rear Panel USB 2.0 port 2/3
11
VGA port
12
Power supply 1 cable socket
Figure 5 Rear Panel Components for HDD PCI Cage
Item
Description
1
Power supply 2 cable socket
2
Serial port
3
T-10/T-15 wrench
Item
Description
4
GbE LAN port for NIC 2
5
Mgmt port (optional)
6
Low-profile PCI expansion card slot cover
7
Rear Hard Drives
8
UID LED/switch
9
GbE LAN port for NIC 1
10
Rear Panel USB 2.0 port 2/3
11
VGA port
12
Power supply 1 cable socket
System board components
Figure 7 System Board Components
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Description
1
Power supply 2 cable socket
2
Serial port
3
T-10/T-15 wrench
4
GbE LAN port for NIC 2
5
Mgmt port (optional)
6
Optical Disc Drive
7
Full-height/full-length PCI expansion card slot covers
8
UID LED/switch
9
GbE LAN port for NIC 1
10
Rear Panel USB 2.0 port 2/3
11
VGA port
12
Power supply 1 cable socket
CAUTION: For more detailed information relating to
installation of options, refer to any installation instructions
that came with the option, as well as the HP ProLiant
DL180 G6 Server Maintenance and Service Guide.
Item
Description
1
PCIe slot
Post-installation procedures
1.
Be sure all components are installed according to the described
step-by-step instructions.
2.
Check to make sure you have not left loose tools or parts inside
the server.
For safety information and detailed procedures relating to
installation of options, refer to any installation instructions that
came with the option, as well as the HP ProLiant DL180 G6
Server Maintenance and Service Guide.
3.
Reinstall the PCI cage, air baffle, peripherals, and system
cables that you have removed.
4.
Reinstall the top cover.
For safety information and detailed procedures related to the
rest of the steps listed in the “Configuring the Server” section,
refer to the relevant chapter of the HP ProLiant DL100 Series
Server User Guide.
5.
Reinstall the server into the rack.
6.
Connect all external cables and the AC power cord to the
system.
7.
Press the power button on the front panel to turn on the server.
In addition to this Installation Sheet, other resources are available for
more information regarding the configuration and maintenance of
your server:
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Figure 6 Rear Panel Components for DVD-ROM PCI Cage
Item
Server configuration resources
•
For information relating to system BIOS configuration and
operating system installation, refer to the relevant section of the
HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server Software Configuration Guide.
Opening the server
•
Refer to the HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server Easy Set-up CD for
additional information and updates not provided in this
installation sheet. You can also access additional information
and documentation from the HP website at
http://www.hp.com/, either by connecting directly or through
the Easy Set-up CD.
The top cover is removable. You need to remove the top cover
before you can remove or replace a server component.
2
Mgmt card connector
3
PCIe slot
4
DIMM slot 6C for processor 2
5
DIMM slot 1D for processor 2
6
Processor 2
7
Processor 1
1.
Connect the AC power cord and peripheral devices.
8
DIMM slot 6C for processor 1
2.
Power on the server.
9
4-pin power connector
3.
Press “F10” to enter BIOS setup.
10
System power connector
4.
Note the server BIOS version.
11
DIMM slot 1D for processor 1
5.
Verify the server BIOS version against the latest BIOS version
listed for this server.
12
Fan connector 1/2
6.
13
8-pin power connector
14
Fan connector 3/4 (Fan 4 is unused)
If you do not have the latest BIOS, update the BIOS now. Refer
to the HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server Maintenance and Service
Guide.
7.
15
Internal USB 2.0 port 4
16
Backplane I2C connector
Install a supported operating system of your choice. For
detailed procedures, refer to the documentation provided by
the operating system vendor.
17
Fan connector 5/6 (Fan 6 is unused)
18
Backplane SGPIO connector
19
Power supply EFF connector
20
Internal USB 2.0 port 5
21
3 V CMOS battery (CR2032)
22
Backplane power connector
23
LCD connector (optional)
24
Front panel USB 2.0 port 0/1
25
Front panel header
26
TPM connector
27
System maintenance jumper
28
SATA connector
29
PCIe slot
Server configuration overview
The steps listed below give an overview of the necessary setup
procedures for preparing the HP ProLiant DL180 Generation 6
Server for operation:
Pre- and post-installation
procedures
When installing additional options in your HP ProLiant DL180 G6
Server, observe the following procedures:
Pre-installation procedures
1.
Turn off the server and all the peripherals connected to it.
2.
Disconnect the AC power cord from the power supply cable
socket located on the server rear panel to reduce the risk of
electrical shock.
3.
If the server is installed in a rack, remove the server and place
it on a flat surface.
4.
Remove the top cover by following the procedure described
later in the “Opening the server” section.
To remove the top cover:
1.
Loosen the screw on the top cover with a T-10 wrench.
2.
Press the latch on the top cover.
3.
Slide the cover toward the rear of the server and then lift the
top cover to remove it from the chassis. Lift the top cover away
from the chassis.
Figure 8 Removing the Top Cover
CAUTION: DIMMs can be damaged by improper
handling. Always use an anti-static wrist strap and
grounding mat, and discharge static electricity before
touching DIMMs.
Installing a hard drive
The drive bays on the front panel can accommodate up to twelve
3.5 in. hard drives. You can install either SAS hard drives or SATA
hard drives in the server.
CAUTION: Drives can be damaged by static electricity.
Before handling drives, touch an unpainted metal surface
to discharge static electricity.
To install the hard drive:
1.
Push the hard drive assembly into the drive bay until it stops.
2.
Press the hard drive carrier latch inward until it clicks.
Figure 9 Installing the Hard Drive
Figure 12 Installing the Processor
NOTE: When installing two heat sinks, it is recommended
to put the heat sinks with the 14-fin side facing the
DIMMs.
NOTE: Refer to “System board components” in this
document for the DIMM locations.
To install the memory module:
1.
CAUTION: Do not over-tighten the spring-loaded screws
to prevent them from breaking off. A maximum torque of
6 inch-lb is set for each screw. Rotate the heat sink a few
degrees to the left and right to break the bonding of the
thermal grease before removing the heat sink from the
processor.
Align the notch on the bottom edge of the memory module with
the keyed surface of the DIMM slot and then fully press the
memory module into the slot until the holding clips snap back in
place.
Figure 11 Installing the Memory Module
For processor removal, reverse the above installation procedures.
CAUTION: With the load lever and the retention plate
disengaged, hold the processor by its edges and align it
over the empty processor socket. Make sure that you
properly align the processor with the orientation notch on
the socket.
CAUTION: To prevent overheating or a possible system
crash, use only a heat sink model specified for the HP
ProLiant DL180 G6 Server.
CAUTION: Align pin 1 on the processor with pin 1 on the
processor socket, or pin damage will occur.
•
Installation guide for 1P configuration:
o
•
Follow the sequence of 2A, 4B, 6C, 1D, 3E, and 5F for the
corresponding processor when installing the memory.
Installation guide for 2P configuration:
o
Follow the sequence of 2A, 4B, 6C, 1D, 3E, and 5F for the
corresponding processor when installing the memory.
o
Install at least one memory DIMM for each processor.
o
The memory quantity installed for each processor can be
different.
Figure 10 DIMM Population
CAUTION: HP recommends using Shin-Etsu X-23-7783D
thermal grease compound for your ProLiant server. Apply
the grease to the top of the processor in either a “5-Dot”
or “S” shaped pattern. Ensure even distribution.
CAUTION: DIMM slots are structured to ensure proper
installation. If you insert a DIMM but it does not fit easily
into the slot, you may have inserted it incorrectly. Reverse
the orientation of the DIMM and insert it again.
Installing a memory module
Installing a processor
To install the processor:
1.
2.
Insert the processor into the socket, using the keys on the
processor.
Engage the retention plate and the load lever.
CAUTION: Be sure that the heat sink sits squarely on the
processor, or overheating and damage to the processor
may occur.
To install the heat sink:
1.
Properly align the heat sink spring-loaded screws to the system
board mounting holes.
2.
Tighten the spring-loaded screws clockwise to secure the heat
sink connection to the system board.
Figure 13 Installing the Heat Sink Assembly
IMPORTANT: If the heat sink has been removed for any
reason, it is critical that you apply more thermal interface
material to the integrated heat spreader on the processor
to ensure proper thermal bonding between the processor
and the heat sink. Clean the contact surface of both the
processor and heat sink with an alcohol pad, then reapply an HP-approved thermal interface material before
reinstalling the processor. Use a pattern of five dots when
applying the thermal interface material—one dot in the
center, and one dot at each corner.
CAUTION: For proper cooling, do not operate the server
without the top cover, air baffle, expansion slot covers,
or blanks installed. For additional information, see the
user guide. If hot-plug components are supported,
minimize the amount of time the top cover is removed.
Additional documentation
For additional documentation, refer to the HP ProLiant DL180 G6
Server Easy Set-up CD. You can also access additional information
and documentation from the HP external website, either by
connecting directly or through the Easy Set-up CD.
Legal notices
© Copyright 2009 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The
only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express
warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing
herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall
not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.
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