GS-SR101T 1URack Mount Server

System Installation Guide
GS-SR101T
1U Rack Mount Server
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
GUIDE
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INDEX
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1.1.
1.2.
INTRODUCTION
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PREFACE
FEATURES
2. HARDWARE INVENTORY
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3. SYSTEM INSTALLATION
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3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
CHASSIS COVER REMOVAL
PROCESSOR INSTALLATION
FAN+HEATSINK INSTALLATION
3.4. SYSTEM RAM INSTALLATION
3.5. INSTALLING HANDLE
3.6. REINSTALL TOP COVER
3.7. HARD DISK DRIVE INSTALLATION
3.8. FRONT SIDE
3.9. LED INDICATORS
3.10. BACK SIDE
3.11. CONNECTOR ICONS
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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
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 Inventory
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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3.
System 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 )
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Fig-2
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3.2. Processor Installation
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
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Figure 4
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3.3. Fan+Heatsink Installation
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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3.4. System RAM Installation
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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3.5. Installing Handle
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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3.6. Reinstall Top Cover
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
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
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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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3.8. Front Side
IDE ATA-100 Hot-swap HDD
Slim Type CD-ROM
Slim Type FDD
3.9. LED Indicators
LAN2 LED
Power Switch & LED
LAN1 LED
HDD1 LED
HDD2 LED
Fan LED
Power LED
Green - System Power On
LED Off – System Power Off
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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
32 bit PCI Slot
Fan x 2
Parallel port
PS/2 Keyboard
LAN1 ( RJ-45 )
USB x 2
LAN2 ( RJ-45 )
Serial Port
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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