Gigabyte GS-SR101T System Installation Manual

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System Installation Guide

GS-SR101T

1U Rack Mount Server

SYSTEM INSTALLATION

GUIDE

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INDEX

System Installation Guide

1. INTRODUCTION 1-1

1.1. P

REFACE

1-1

1.2. F

EATURES

1-1

2. HARDWARE INVENTORY 2-1

3. SYSTEM INSTALLATION 3-1

3.1. C

HASSIS

C

OVER

R

EMOVAL

3-1

3.2. P

ROCESSOR

I

NSTALLATION

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3.3. F

AN

+H

EATSINK

I

NSTALLATION

3-4

3.4.

S

YSTEM

RAM I

NSTALLATION

3-6

3.5. I

NSTALLING

H

ANDLE

3-7

3.6. R

EINSTALL

T

OP

C

OVER

3-8

3.7. H

ARD

D

ISK

D

RIVE

I

NSTALLATION

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3.8.

F

RONT

S

IDE

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3.9. LED I

NDICATORS

3-14

3.10. B

ACK

S

IDE

3-15

3.11. C

ONNECTOR

I

CONS

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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. Preface

Using this manual will help you get the most from your

Rack Mount Server. Keeping the manual with your Rack

Mount Server to refer when you want information and help.

In order to get the optimal usage out of your Rack Mount

Server and you should remember the following:

Read through all the instruction for your Rack

Mount Server .

Keep the area free of static electricity and magnetic fields. These can damage the Server .

When cleaning the server or its components, apply the proper cleaning solution or sprays only on the cloth ,not to the server or its components .

1.2. Features

Our Rack Mount Server use 1U Chassis and support the following features:

Processor Support

Dual Socket 370 for Intel FC-PGA Coppermine and

Tualatin processor Up to 1 GHz and above

Optimal CPU Keep Out Zone for Type C Heat-sink

100/133MHz FSB

AUTO detect CPU voltage

BIOS

AMI BIOS on 4M bit flash ROM

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Auto configure IDE HDD type

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Multiple boot options

User setting for hardware monitoring

DMI 2.0 compliant

Chipset

VIA Apollo Pro Family AGP set

( VT82C694T ,VT82C686B ) Chipset

ATI Rage XL 2X VGA Chip with 8MB Video

Memory

PROMISE PDC20265R with RAID 0 or 1 support

Dual Intel 82559 LAN chip

Memory Support

Four 25 degree angled 168 Pin DIMM sockets for

SDRAM modules

Supports up to 2GB PC-100/PC-133 Error

Checking and Correction (ECC) either un-buffered or registered memory and VCM SDRAM

Supports only 3.3V SDRAM DIMM

Storage Controller

Max 4 IDE ATA channels ( 2 x ATA-66 and 2 x

ATA-100 for IDE RAID 0 or 1 )

Support front-accessible 2 hot-swap drives featuring

IDE ATA-100 transferring rate

44MB Floppy Disk Drive ( Slim type )

High Speed IDE CD-ROM Drive ( Slim type)

Networking

On board dual LAN, Ethernet 10/100 WOL (Wake

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On LAN)

Adaptive fail over feature

Load balance feature

I/O Expansion Slot

PCI raisers , 1 slot ,support 33MHz & PCI 2.2 compliant

Build-in I/O ports

1 x PS/2 Keyboard port

1 x PS/2 Mouse port

1 x COM port

1 x VGA port

1 x LPT port

2 x RJ-45 ports

2 x USB ports

Power

Total output power 250 W

Input : Rating switch full range 90V~250V 47~63

Hz

Operating Temperature

5 to 40 degree C

Thermal Solution

Special-designed Heat-sink and hi-efficiency chassis fans for dual 1 GHz plus processor thermal solution

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Other Features

Support Wake On LAN ( WOL )

Support External Modem Ring On

Optional DOC solution for embedded

Internet/Networking Applications

O/S Support

Windows NT ,Windows 2000 ,Linux ( RED HAT

7.0 , Netware 5.0

Chassis Dimensions

Height 44.45 mm ( 1.75 In. )

Width 482.6 mm ( 19.0 In. )

Depth 609.6 mm ( 24.0 In. )

System weight 11.8 Kg ( 26 lbs )

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2. Hardware

When you unpack your GS-SR101 Rack Mount Server,

Check that all the items that you ordered are present in good condition. Review the inventory checklist below to be sure that the components and optional components that you ordered are included. If anything is miss or damage, contact your retailer as soon as possible.

Chassis

Power Supply ( Installed )

Motherboard GA-6VTXDR ( Installed )

Manuals (M/B user’s Manual & System

Installation)

Hard Disk Drive Tray x 2

Flat Screw # 6-32 * 5L x 12 ( For HDDs)

Fan + Heat sink x 2

Case Handle x 2

Flat Screw M4*10L x 4 ( For Handle )

Support CD x1

Support Floppy Disk x 2

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Installation

Note: Please remove the protection plastic cover from top and bottom side first. If not, the system heat could not spread from top and bottom side.

3.1. Chassis Cover Removal

Use screwdriver to remove the two screws on the chassis top cover . ( Fig 1 ) And then slide the top cover out of the system .( Fig 2 )

Fig-1

Fig-2

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To install Socket 370 CPU, lifts up bar located next to the Socket.

And then insert Socket 370 CPU inside Socket, and push the lever bar back into original position. (Fig-3 & Fig-4 )

CPU-1 CPU-2

Fig-3

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Figure 4

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Click Fan+Heatsink to CPU socket 370 and plug the Fan power cable to the each CPU cooling Fan connector on the motherboard . ( Fig-5 )

Make sure the Fan wire is click on the

HeatSink .( Fig-6 )

Figure 5

Figure 6

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For CPU1 ,Fan power cable connect to J13 (CPU1

FAN) connector and for CPU2, Fan power cable connect to J15 (CPU2 Fan) Connector. Note to make sure the connector is plugged into the header in the correct and click well. ( Fig-7 )

J13-CPU1 Fan Connector

J15-CPU2 Fan Connector

Figure 7

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The motherboard has 4 Dual Inline Memory Module

(DIMM) sockets. The BIOS will automatically detect memory type and size. To install the memory module, just push it into the DIMM slot. (Fig-8 )

Fig-8

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Get Handle and screw from the accessories box. And then mount the handle on the front panel .( Fig-9 &

Fig-10 )

Fig-9

Fig-10

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After the above steps (3.1 to 3.5 ) were finished then slide a top cover to a chassis (Fig-11 )and use screwdriver to reinstall the 2 screws on the top cover .( Fig-12 )

Fig-11

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Fig-12

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3.7. Hard Disk Drive Installation

Get the quick-swap Hard Disk tray from the accessories box.

And then connect the HDD data cable and Power cable to

Hard Disk Drive. Note IDE data cable Red Line is make sure to connect Hard Disk Drive pin 1. (Fig-13 & Fig-14)

HDD Power Cable

Fig-13

HDD Data Cable Pin 1

Fig-14

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After the above step, mount HDD to HDD tray with the screw ( Fig-15 ) ,and put HDD tray into the chassis .( Fig-16 )

Fig-15

Fig-16

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When you put HDD tray into the chassis, make sure that the lever is at a 90 degree angle to the chassis .( Fig-17 )

Otherwise ,damage may occur to lever. After that push HDD tray to chassis carefully and make sure the HDD tray is click into Chassis. (Fig-18)

Fig-17

Fig-18

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And then push lever to lock HDD tray into the chassis.

(Fig-19)

Fig-19

If you do not making sure that the lever is at a

90-degree angle to the Chassis ,the HDD tray click may be damage .( Fig-20 )

HDD Tray Click

Fig-20

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When you put HDD tray into the chassis ,make sure there is a no gap between HDD tray and chassis .Otherwise the system can’t detect the

HDD .(Fig-21 )

Fig-21

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IDE ATA-100 Hot-swap HDD

Slim Type CD-ROM

Power Switch & LED

Slim Type FDD

LAN2 LED

LAN1 LED

HDD1 LED

Power LED

Green - System Power On

LED Off – System Power Off

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HDD2 LED

Fan LED

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LAN LED

Green – LAN Activity

LED Off – No LAN Connection

Blinking – Data Access

Fan Led

LED Off – System Fan Normal state

Orange – System Fan Crash

HDD LED

LED Off – System Booting (But when detect HDD the LED is orange)

Green – After Booting O/S

Green Blinking – HDD Data Access

Orange Blinking – HDD Rebuild

Always Red – HDD Crash

3.10. Back Side

AC Jack

PS/2 Mouse

Fan x 2

32 bit PCI Slot

Parallel port

PS/2 Keyboard

USB x 2

Serial Port

LAN1 ( RJ-45 )

LAN2 ( RJ-45 )

VGA Port

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3.11. Connector Icons

Suggested icons

Description

Keyboard

VGA

Mouse

LAN

Parallel Port

Serial Port

USB

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Questions and Answers

Where can I locate the front panel indicators for the Gigabit GS-SR101T?
The front panel indicators for the Gigabit GS-SR101T are located on the front side of the chassis and include LEDs for power, LAN1 and LAN2 activity, HDD1 and HDD2 status, and fan status.
What is the maximum amount of memory supported by the device?
The Gigabyte GS-SR101T supports up to 2GB of PC-100/PC-133 Error Checking and Correction (ECC) either un-buffered or registered memory and VCM SDRAM.
How many DIMM sockets does the motherboard have?
The motherboard has four 25-degree angled 168 Pin DIMM sockets for SDRAM modules.
What type of storage controller does the Gigabit GS-SR101T have?
The Gigabit GS-SR101T has a storage controller that supports a maximum of four IDE ATA channels (2 x ATA-66 and 2 x ATA-100 for IDE RAID 0 or 1) with support for front-accessible 2 hot-swap drives featuring IDE ATA-100 transferring rate.
What is the maximum number of PCI slots available for expansion?
The Gigabit GS-SR101T has one PCI raiser slot that supports 33MHz & PCI 2.2 compliant devices.
What I/O ports are built into the device?
The built-in I/O ports on the Gigabit GS-SR101T include 1 x PS/2 Keyboard port, 1 x PS/2 Mouse port, 1 x COM port, 1 x VGA port, 1 x LPT port, 2 x RJ-45 ports, and 2 x USB ports.

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