HP Server tc2110 User manual

HP Server tc2110 User manual
P5498-90005
Printed in February 2002
Printed on recycled paper
Copyright 2002, Hewlett-Packard Company.
Hewlett-Packard Company
Network Server Division
Technical Communications
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Installation Sheet
tc2110
HP Server
Setting Up the HP Server
Audience Assumptions
This guide is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots
LAN servers. Hewlett-Packard Company assumes you are qualified in the
servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in
products with hazardous energy levels. The instructions in this document
are provided in greater detail in the HP Server tc2110 Operation and
Maintenance Guide.
Configuring the HP Server
1. Check/set the Power Supply Input Voltage Switch:
❑ The input voltage switch is located above the power connector.
The default setting is 230 volts.
2. Connect all peripherals:
❑ Connect the keyboard, mouse, monitor, and UPS to the
HP Server.
3. Run Diagtools (Optional):
❑ Insert the HP Startup CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
❑ Press F2 to continue, and then verify the hardware configuration.
❑ Verify the HP Server's BIOS version against the latest BIOS
version listed on HP's web site for this server at:
http:\\www.hp.com.
❑ If you do not have the latest BIOS, update the BIOS now. Refer
to the HP Server tc2110 Operations and Maintenance Guide
for instructions.
❑ Save the support ticket to a diskette for future reference.
4. Install the desired Network Operating System (NOS).
❑ Refer to the HP Server tc2110 NOS Installation Guide
for instructions on installing the NOS.
NOTE: If you are using an optional tape backup device, install and
configure the tape backup software now. Refer to the Tape
Backup Getting Started Guide for instructions.
5. Refer to the HP Server Documentation CD-ROM:
❑ Use this CD-ROM for updated information about your HP Server,
and as a reference for any additional information not provided in
this Installation Sheet.
Familiarize Yourself
FDD Activity
LED
Disk Activity
LED
Familiarize Yourself (continued)
Fexible Disk
Drive (FDD)
Eject Button
CD-ROM
Drive
Eject Button
Status
LEDs
AGP Card Internal
Slot
Speaker (not used)
CD Audio
PCI Slot 1
PSU
PCI Slot 2
Connector 2
(labeled PS3)
PCI Slot 3
USB (2)
SCSI Battery
Card
System Fan
USB LED
Connector
(not
(hidden by
used)
heat sink)
Backup Tape
Drive
(optional)
Power On/Off
Sleep Switch
3rd Hard
Drive
(optional)
Status
Panel
Processor,
Heat Sink
& Fan
Switches
FDD
IDE
Power LED
PSU
Connector 1
(labeled P1)
Drive
Activity
LED
CPU Fan
Connector
3 2 1
DIMM Slots
Opening the HP Server
Cover Lock
Input
Voltage
Switch
Power
Mouse
Keyboard
Parallel
Serial A
Serial B
System Fan
USB (2)
Latch
LAN
Hinge Tabs
CAUTION
s
The keyboard and mouse PS/2 ports are not
interchangeable. If a device is attached to the
incorrect port, the boot process will not complete.
Installing Mass Storage Devices
Installing Mass Storage Devices
(continued)
Drive
Side Rails
Do not remove the
drive cage from
chassis
Retaining
Clips
CAUTION
CAUTION
Drives can be damaged by static electricity. Before
handling drives, touch an unpainted metal surface
to discharge static electricity.
Always insert a filler panel into empty slots.
Operating with empty drive slots could cause
thermal damage to the HP server.
Replacing the Processor
Do not remove the drive
cage from chassis
Replacing the Processor (continued)
Installing Memory
System Board
3
2
1
DIMM Slots
CAUTION
CAUTION
Use only HP PC133 MHz unbuffered, ECC,
SDRAM DIMMs.
DDR DIMMs can be damaged by improper handling.
Always use an antistatic wrist strap and
grounding mat, and discharge static electricity
before touching DDR DIMMs.
Installing PCI Accessory Boards
Slot Cover
Latch
CAUTION
Align pin 1 on the processor with pin 1 on the
processor socket, or pin damage will occur.
Boot Priority
By default, the server searches for boot devices in this order:
1. Flexible disk drive
2. IDE CD-ROM drive
3. IDE hard drive
5. PCI slot 1
6. PCI slot 2
7. PCI slot 3
Obtaining Additional Documentation
For additional documentation refer to your HP Server Documentation
CD-ROM. You can also access additional information and documentation
from HP's external web site, either by connecting directly or through
your HP Server Documentation CD-ROM.
Latch
Retainer
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