HP NetServer LH 3 and LH 3r

HP NetServer LH 3 and LH 3r

HP NetServer LH 3/LH 3r

Quick Service

Reference Guide

Last Updated: June 1999

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Network Server Division

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© Copyright 1999, Hewlett-Packard Company.

Audience Assumptions

The 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.

Table of Contents

HP NetServer LH 3 and LH 3r System Information ......................................... 1

Front Control Panel .................................................................................... 1

Rear View .................................................................................................. 2

Removing the Covers (LH 3X).................................................................... 3

Removing the Covers (LH 3r)..................................................................... 3

Memory ..................................................................................................... 3

Boot Device Priority ................................................................................... 4

DIMM Slot LED Blink Codes....................................................................... 4

Exploded Views ......................................................................................... 5

HP NetServer Replaceable Parts List ......................................................... 7

Keyboards.................................................................................................. 9

Power Cords .............................................................................................. 9

Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive LED Status and Activity Indicators .................... 9

System Board Illustration ......................................................................... 10

System Switches...................................................................................... 10

Specifications........................................................................................... 11

Notes: ...................................................................................................... 12

HP NetServer LH 3 and LH 3r System Information

Front Control Panel

1

Control

RESET

Description

Lock (LH 3 only) Locks system to prevent unauthorized use.

DC Power Switchand indicator light Turns the NetServer on and off. This switch is behind the protective door on the front panel. Push once to turn on, again to turn off. (To disconnect the NetServer from AC power, remove the AC power cord from the power supply cage on the rear.)

Resets the NetServer from internal ROM. This switch is behind the protective door on the front panel.

Keyboard lockand indicator light Locks system keyboard to prevent unauthorized use.

Status screen Reports various types of system status. The buttons below the screen control these menu functions

Return to a previous selection.

Select a menu item.

Reserved for future use.

Scroll down or up.

Status LEDs Indicates various types of system status:

Green = Normal operation

Yellow = Abnormal operation

Red = Problem detected

Front Panel Menu, as Shown on Status Screen

System Information Reports system hardware details and software version numbers.

Field Replaceable

Unit Information

Identifies part and revision numbers for components.

Contrast Adjustment Use the arrow keys to change the LCD contrast for better readability.

Rear View

Remote

Management Port

Serial B Port

Serial A Port

Parallel Port

Mouse Port

Keyboard Port

Monitor Port

Power

Supplies

Power

Connector

2

Removing the Covers (LH 3X)

Cover 1 Cover 2

Cover 3

Cover 2

Cover 3

Cover 1

Removing the Covers (LH 3r)

Cover 1

Cover 2

Cover 3

Memory

There are four DIMM sockets on the system board for memory expansion. You can use 64 MB, 128 MB, and 256 MB

DIMMs for a maximum capacity of 1 GB of RAM.

The minimum memory configuration for the NetServer LH 3/LH 3r is one 128 MB DIMM.

The system board DIMM sockets are numbered from 0 to 3.

DIMMs may be installed in any quantity and in any DIMM socket on the system board. DIMMs that differ in capacity can be mixed.

CAUTION

Do not rock the DIMM into place, but apply firm and even pressure directly downward. If the retaining clips do not close, remove the module and repeat Steps 3 through 5.

3

Boot Device Priority

Slot 1 16-bit ISA or 32-bit PCI

Slot 2 32-bit PCI

Slot 3 32-bit PCI

Slot 4 32-bit PCI

Slot 5 32-bit PCI

Slot 6 32-bit PCI

Slot 7 32-bit PCI

Slot 8 32-bit PCI

Boot order for PCI controllers is determined by slot location. The system searches for a bootable device in the following order:

1. IDE CD-ROM drive with a bootable CD-ROM.

2. Flexible disk drive with a bootable flexible disk.

3. Embedded SCSI controller or embedded DAC.

4. PCI boards in slots in the following order: 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.

DIMM Slot LED Blink Codes

4

LED Error Codes

Error Condition Corrective Action

= LED on = LED off

Alternating Blink Code:

LED LED LED LED

0 1 2 3

Primary VRM Failure

Secondary VRM

Failure

Check that primary voltage regulator module

(VRM) is correctly seated. If problem persists, replace VRM.

Check that secondary VRM is correctly seated. If problem persists, replace VRM.

Processor Over-

Temperature

Check fan for function. Turn off system, wait

20-25 minutes for system to cool, and restart system.

DIMM Status Error Codes

Processor or

Terminator Board Not

Installed

Install processor in primary processor socket and a processor or terminator board in secondary processor socket.

When no processor error condition exists, each diagnostic LED display the status of the DIMM in the corresponding socket, as follows:

OFF: no DIMM installed

Flashes ON and OFF at 1 Hz in 50/50 proportion of time: defective or inappropriate DIMM

Flashes ON and OFF at 1 Hz in 90/10 proportion of time: non-HP DIMM installed

ON: HP DIMM installed

Exploded Views

29

30

17

18

15

16

12

13

10

5

1

30

4

7

5

6

6

3

2

31

32

27

26

29

28

42

43

44

41

34

38

40

14

41

39

13

14

15

9

10

12

16

6

7a

7b

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HP NetServer Replaceable Parts List

Fig

*

*

4

1

2

3

5a

5b

Description

System board PCA

I/O PCA

Backplane PCA

Pentium II 350mhz processor

Pentium II 400mhz processor

Heat sink for processor module

Heat sink clip

Terminator PCA ( plugs in secondary processor slot in dual-ready systems)

Voltage Regulator Module (VRM)

Memory DIMM, 128MB

Memory DIMM, 256MB

Video memory, 256x16, 50ns

I/O memory, 16MB

Hot-swap mass storage cage (w/PCBs)

Hot-swap filler

Hot-swap drive spacer

Hot-swap mass storage expansion bay cover plate

Hot-swap tray, half-height

Hot-swap tray, low-profile

Replacement

D5000-60001

5064-1996

5064-1997

1821-4201

1821-4202

5183-2471

5183-2472

5183-3418

0950-2848

D6098-63000

D6099-63000

D4295-63001

1818-7485

D6077-63000

5064-4689

Exchange

D5000-69000

D5000-69001

D6098-69000

D6099-69000

5064-5356

D6127A

D6128A

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26

27

28

29

30

23

24

25

20

21

22

17a Non-hot-swap tray, hard disk drive (3 ea.)

17b Non-hot-swap tray, removable media device (2 ea.)

18a 4.2 GB Ultra/Wide SCSI drive, 7200 rpm (for non-hotswap use)

18b 9.1 GB Ultra/Wide SCSI drive, 7200 rpm (for non-hotswap use)

18c 9.1 GB low-profile Ultra2 drive, 7200 rpm (for hot-swap use)

18d 9.1 GB low-profile Ultra2 drive, 10,000 rpm (for hot-swap use)

18e 18.2 GB half-height Ultra2 drive, 7200 rpm (for hot-swap use)

19 1.44MB 3.5" floppy drive

IDE CD ROM drive

IDE CD ROM drive cable

Floppy cable

SCSI (wide) cable, internal 68-50 pin

SCSI cable, internal

SCSI cable, internal to external

Accessory board guide

Fans (2), w/accessory board guide assy.

Fan assembly, rear chassis

Fan assembly, power supply

Fan assembly, CPU

31

32

33

Power supply module, 300W

Power supply cage

Battery 3V

34a Front panel assembly, pedestal version

34b Front panel assembly, rack version

*

*

*

Installation handles, rack version (4)

Rails for rack mount version (2)

Casters for pedestal version, front (2)

* Casters for pedestal version, rear (2)

38a Bezel, rack version

41

42

43

38b Bezel, pedestal version

39 Bezel hinge, rack version

40 Bezel latch plate, rack version

44

Side Cover (fits either side)

Top Cover (system board side))

Top cover (I/O Board Side)

Chassis

D2198B

D2199A

D4910A

D4911A

D6106A

D6107A

D6108A

D2035-60152

D4383-60041

5183-3442

5183-3443

5183-3444

5183-3445

5183-3446

5064-4672

5064-3553

5064-3538

5064-3531

5064-6603

5064-6605

1420-0356

5067-4214

5064-4639

5002-5191

5064-6118

5182-9416

1490-1007

5064-5861

5064-4637

5064-6494

5064-4693

5002-4834

**

5064-6604

**

* This part is not on the exploded view.

** This part is not available.

***This part number is constantly revised. When you order the CD-ROM, you will be sent the latest revision.

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Keyboards

Language

US

Arab/French

Portuguese

Cyrillic

Belgian/Flemish

Italian

Arab/English

Korea/Hangu

Taiwan

Poland

Hungarian

Turkish

Part Number

D4950-63001

D4950-63025

D4950-63027

D4950-63030

D4950-63014

D4950-63017

D4950-63020

D4950-63021

D4950-63023

D4950-63035

D4950-63037

D4950-63035

Language

Danish

Fr.Canadian

German

Spanish

French

Norwegian

Swiss

Swedish

UK

Czech

Greek

Dutch

Power Cords

Country Part Number

Australia/New Zealand 8120-1369

Canada/United States 8120-1751

Denmark 8120-2956

Europe 8120-1689

Country

India/South Africa

Japan

Switzerland

United Kingdom

Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive LED Status and Activity Indicators

Part Number

D4950-63016

D4950-63002

D4950-63003

D4950-63004

D4950-63005

D4950-63009

D4950-63011

D4950-63012

D4950-63013

D4950-63036

D4950-63032

D4950-63006

Part Number

8120-4211

8120-4753

8120-2104

8120-1351

Each hot-swap hard disk drive module has two LED apertures on its front, one for power status and one for activity status, as shown below.

Activity Status LED Aperture

Power Status LED Aperture

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System Board Illustration

System Switches

10

Specifications

Operating Temperature

Non-operating

Temperature

Operating Humidity

Non-operating Humidity

Operating Altitude

Non-operating Altitude

Minimum Clearance

Front

Sides

Top

Back

Weight and Dimensions

Height

Width

Depth

Weight

Power supply output

Sound pressure (LpA)

5

°

to 35

°

C (41

°

to 95

°

-40° to +65° C (-40° to +149° F)

20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing

5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing

-30 to 3,000 m (~10,000 ft)

-30 to 12,000 m (~40,000 ft)

1 m (39 in)

2.5 cm (1.0 in)

2.5 cm (1.0 in)

15 cm (6.0 in)

LH 3

494.8 mm (19.5 in)

350.5 mm (13.8 in)

724.2 mm (28.5 in)

35 - 50 kg (77 - 110 lb)

NOTE

A fully-loaded NetServer can weigh up to 160 pounds (73 kg).

Follow local safety regulations, and use one person for every 40 pounds (18 kg) of NetServer weight when lifting it.

Weight and Dimensions LH 3r

Height

Width

354.7 mm (14 in)

482.6 mm (19 in)

Depth

Weight

749.2 mm (29.5 in)

35 - 50 kg (77 - 110 lb)

NOTE

A fully-loaded NetServer can weigh up to 160 pounds (73 kg).

Follow local safety regulations, and use one person for every 40 pounds (18 kg) of NetServer weight when lifting it.

Power supply input voltage

Auto-Ranging Power Supply

100 to 127 VAC at 50/60 Hz

200 to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz

90 to 132 VAC at 47 - 63 Hz

180 to 264 VAC at 47 - 63 Hz

550 W maximum (per module)

55 dB(A), bystander position

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Notes:

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