PRIMERGY TX150 S6 Server

PRIMERGY TX150 S6 Server
Service Supplement
Edition February 2008
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Contents
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.1
Overview of the documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.2
Notational conventions
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Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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Safety notes
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Replacement routines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.1.1
4.1.1.2
4.1.2
4.1.2.1
4.1.2.2
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . .
Floorstand model . . . . . . . .
Opening the server . . . . . .
Removing the front cover . .
Rack model . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening the server . . . . . .
Removing the rack front cover
4.2
Replacing the operating panel module . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
4.3
Replacing the standard PS
4.4
Replacing the Power backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4.5
Replacing the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.6
Replacing the 2.5“ SAS backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.7
Replacing the IDTEMP combo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
4.8
Replacing the intrusion switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
4.9
Replacing the processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
4.10
Replacing the system board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
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Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
Board layout . . . . . . .
Operating panel board . .
3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane
2.5“ SAS backplane . . . .
Power backplane . . . . .
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TX150 S6
1
Introduction
The PRIMERGY TX150 S6 Server is an Intel-based server for small- and
medium-sized networks. The server is suitable for use as a file server and also
as an application, information or Internet server. It is available as a floorstand or
rack model. The floorstand model can be converted to a rack model using an
optional conversion kit.
1.1
Overview of the documentation
Concept and target groups
This Service Supplement completes the information given in the Operating
Manual, the Options Guide and the Technical Manual of the system board.
The activities described in this manual may only be performed by service
personnel.
Service DVD
Service partners of Fujitsu Siemens can order a Service DVD PRIMERGY. On
the DVD the following manuals are available in pdf format:
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The “Safety notes and other important information” manual
The Operating Manual for PRIMERGY TX150 S6
The Technical Manual for the system board D2559
The Options Guide for PRIMERGY TX150 S6
The Service Supplement PRIMERGY TX150 S6
The “BIOS Setup” manual
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Overview of the documentation
Introduction
Information/procedure
Manual
Detailed safety notes
“Safety notes and other
important information“
manual
Features and technical data of the server
Operating Manual
Installation and operation, among other things:
– External ports
– Operation
– Configuration of the server
– Installation of the rack mounting kit
Troubleshooting
Installation/removal or replacing of the CSS
components:
– Hot-plug power supply units
– Hot-plug hard disk drives
– Memory modules
– System fans
– Expansion boards
Information about the system board:
– Features of the system board
– Board layout
– Jumper settings
– LED displays
– Replacing the battery
Technical Manual
Table 1: Overview of the documentation TX150 S6
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Introduction
Overview of the documentation
Information/procedure
Manual
Extensions and upgrades:
Options Guide
I For some components only the installation
routine is described in the Options Guide.
Removing these components proceed in
reverse order.
– Extending/replacing the main memory
– Installing accessible drives, like floppy disk
drive, DVD/DVD-RW drive, multibay etc.
– Installing a hard disks extension box
– Installing a ServerView Local Service Panel
– Installing expansion boards in the PCI slots
– Installing the RAID key
– Installing the COM2 interface
– Installing the parallel interface
– Converting from standard PS to hot-plug PS
– Converting from floorstand model to rack model
Cabling
Replacement routines:
– Replacing the operating panel
– Replacing the standard PS
– Replacing the Power backplane
– Replacing the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane
– Replacing the 2.5“ SAS backplane
– Replacing the IDTEMP Combo
– Replacing the intrusion switches
– Replacing the processor
– Replacing the system board
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Board layout
BIOS setup
“BIOS Setup“ manual
Table 1: Overview of the documentation TX150 S6
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Notational conventions
1.2
Introduction
Notational conventions
The following notational conventions are used in this manual:
Text in italics
indicates commands or menu items.
„Quotation marks“
indicate names of chapters and terms that are being
emphasized.
Ê
describes activities that must be performed in the order
shown.
V CAUTION!
I
pay particular attention to texts marked with this symbol.
Failure to observe this warning may endanger your life,
destroy the system or lead to the loss of data.
indicates additional information, notes and tips.
Table 2: Notational conventions
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Procedure
V CAUTION!
The actions described in these instructions should only be performed by
service personnel.
Ê First of all please familiarize yourself with the safety instructions in the
section chapter “Safety notes” on page 11 et seq. .
Ê Ensure that all required manuals (see Service DVD) are available, printing
out the PDF files if necessary. You will definitely need the Operating Manual
for the server, the Options Guide for the server and the Technical Manual for
the system board.
Ê Shut down the server correctly, switch it off, pull out the power plug, and
open the server as described in the chapter “Replacement routines” on
page 17 et seq. .
Ê Replace the defective component as described in the relevant chapter.
I Procedures which are identical for the floorstand and rack models are
only described for the floorstand model.
Ê Close the server.1
Ê Connect the cables. 1
Ê Connect the server to the power outlet.1
Ê Start the operating system.1
Ê If necessary, configure the server as required.1
1
These procedures are described in the Operating Manual.
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Safety notes
I The following safety notes are also provided in the “Safety notes and
other important information” manual.
This device complies with the relevant safety regulations for data processing
equipment.
V CAUTION!
The actions described in these instructions should only be performed by
service personnel.
Before operating the device
V CAUTION!
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During installation and before operating the device, observe the
instructions on environmental conditions for your device.
●
If the device is brought in from a cold environment, condensation may
form both inside and on the outside of the machine.
Wait until the device has acclimatized to room temperature and is
absolutely dry before starting it up. Material damage may be caused
to the device if this requirement is not observed.
●
Transport the device only in the original packaging or in packaging
that protects it from knocks and jolts.
Installation and operation
V CAUTION!
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If the rack model is integrated in an installation that receives power
from an industrial (public) power supply network with the IEC309
connector, the (public) power supply protection must comply with the
requirements for the non-industrial (public) power supply networks for
the type A connector.
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The server automatically sets itself to a voltage in the range of
100 V to 240 V. Make sure that your local voltage is within this range.
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V CAUTION!
12
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This device has a specially approved power cable and must only be
connected to a grounded insulated socket (floorstand model) respectively to a safety socket on the rack mains socket strip (rack model).
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Ensure that the power socket on the device or the grounded wall
outlet is freely accessible.
●
The ON/OFF button does not disconnect the device from the mains
voltage. To disconnect the line voltage completely, remove the power
plug from the power socket.
●
Always connect the device and the attached peripherals to the same
power circuit. Otherwise you run the risk of losing data if, for example,
the server is still operating but the peripheral device (e.g. storage
subsystem) has failed during a power outage.
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Take notice that the data cables to peripheral devices are adequately
shielded.
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To the LAN wiring the requirements apply in accordance with the
standards EN 50173 and EN 50174-1/2. As minimum requirement
the use of a protected LAN line of category 5 for 10/100 MBps
Ethernet, and/or of category 5e for Gigabit Ethernet is considered.
The requirements of the specification ISO/IEC 11801 are to be
considered.
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Route the cables in such a way that they do not form a potential
hazard (make sure no-one can trip over them) and that they cannot
be damaged. When connecting up a device, refer to the relevant
notes in this manual.
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Never connect or disconnect data transmission lines during a storm
(lightning hazard).
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Make sure that no objects (such as bracelets or paper clips) fall into
or liquids spill into the device (risk of electric shock or short circuit).
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In emergencies (e.g. damaged casing, controls or cables, penetration
of liquids or foreign matter), switch off the device immediately and
remove the power plug.
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V CAUTION!
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Proper operation of the device (in accordance with IEC 60950-1/
EN 60950-1) is only ensured if the casing is completely assembled
and the rear covers for the installation openings have been put in
place (electric shock, cooling, fire protection, interference
suppression).
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Install only system expansions that satisfy the requirements and rules
governing safety and electromagnetic compatibility and relating to
telecommunications terminal equipment. If you install other expansions, you may damage the system or violate the safety regulations
and regulations governing RFI suppression.
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The components or parts marked with a warning label (e.g. lightning
symbol) may only be opened, removed or exchanged by authorized,
qualified personnel. The hot-plug power supply units are exceptions
to this rule.
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The warranty expires if the device is damaged during the installation
or replacement of system expansions.
●
You may only set those resolutions and refresh rates specified in the
„Technical data“ section of the monitor description. Otherwise, you
may damage the monitor.
Batteries
V CAUTION!
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Incorrect replacement of batteries may lead to a risk of explosion. The
batteries may only be replaced with identical batteries or with a type
recommended by the manufacturer (see the Technical Manual for the
system board).
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Do not throw batteries into the trash can. They must be disposed of
in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste.
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The battery must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations
concerning special waste.
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Safety notes
V CAUTION!
●
Replace the lithium battery on the system board in accordance with
the instructions in the Technical Manual for the system board.
●
All batteries containing pollutants are marked with a symbol (a
crossed-out garbage can). In addition, the marking is provided with
the chemical symbol of the heavy metal decisive for the classification
as a pollutant:
Cd Cadmium
Hg Mercury
Pb Lead
Working with CDs/DVDs and CD/DVD drives
When working with devices with CD/DVD drives, these instructions must be
followed.
V CAUTION!
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Only use CDs/DVDs that are in perfect condition in your server's
CD/DVD drive, in order to prevent data loss, equipment damage and
injury.
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Check each CD/DVD for damage, cracks, breakages etc. before
inserting it in the drive.
Note that any additional labels applied may change the mechanical
properties of a CD/DVD and cause imbalance.
Damaged and imbalanced CDs/DVDs can break at high drive speeds
(data loss).
Under certain circumstances, sharp CD/DVD fragments can pierce
the cover of the CD/DVD drive (equipment damage) and can fly out
of the device (danger of injury, particularly to uncovered body parts
such as the face or neck).
I You can prevent mechanical damage and damage to the CD/DVD drive,
as well as premature CD/DVD wear, by observing the following suggestions:
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Only insert CDs/DVDs in the drive when needed and remove them
after use.
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Store the CDs/DVDs in suitable sleeves.
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Protect the CDs/DVDs from exposure to heat and direct sunlight.
I Laser information
The CD/DVD drive complies with IEC 60825-1 laser class 1.
V CAUTION!
The CD/DVD drive contains a light-emitting diode (LED), which under
certain circumstances produces a laser beam stronger than laser
class 1. Looking directly at this beam is dangerous.
Never remove parts of the CD/DVD drive casing!
Modules with electrostatic-sensitive components:
Systems and components that might be damaged by electrostatic discharge
(ESD) are marked with the following label:
Figure 1: ESD label
When you handle components fitted with ESDs, you must observe the following
points under all circumstances:
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Remove the power plug from the power socket before inserting or removing
components containing ESDs.
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You must always discharge yourself of static charges (e.g. by touching a
grounded object) before working.
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The equipment and tools you use must be free of static charges.
●
Only touch the components at the positions highlighted in green (touch
points).
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Do not touch any exposed pins or conductors on a component.
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Safety notes
●
Use a grounding cable designed for this purpose to connect yourself to the
system unit as you install components.
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Place all components on a static-safe base.
I You will find a detailed description for handling ESD components in the
relevant European or international standards (DIN EN 61340-5-1,
ANSI/ESD S20.20).
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Replacement routines
V CAUTION!
Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 11
et seq. .
4.1
Preparation
4.1.1
Floorstand model
I You will find a detailed description of “Opening the server“ and
“Removing the front cover“ in the Options Guide TX150 S6.
4.1.1.1
Opening the server
Ê Terminate all applications and shut down the server correctly.
Ê If your operating system has not switched off the server, press the on/off
switch for at least four seconds (“Power override“ function).
Ê Pull all power connectors out of the power outlets.
Ê If required, remove the lock on the side cover.
Ê Unlock the server.
Ê Loosen the two knurled screws at the server’s rear side.
Ê Push back the left-hand side cover approxiate 2 cm.
Ê Remove the left-hand side cover.
4.1.1.2
Removing the front cover
Remove the front cover when making the following replacements:
– Replacing the operating panel
– Replacing the DVD/DVD-RW drive
– Replacing the intrusion switches
Ê Push the drive cover up as far as possible.
Ê Remove the hard disk cover.
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Preparation
Replacement routines
Ê Disengage the three tabs on the left side one after the other and rotate the
front cover outward about 2 cm.
Ê Press the two touch points of the lower hooks inward.
Ê Push the drive cover downward.
Ê Press strongly on the upper right cant of the front cover to release the upper
hook and pull out the front cover sideward.
4.1.2
Rack model
I You will find a detailed description of “Opening the server“ and
“Removing the rack front cover“ in the Options Guide TX150 S6.
Ê Terminate all applications and shut down the server correctly.
Ê If your operating system has not switched off the server, press the on/off
button for at least four seconds (“Power override“ function).
Ê Pull all power connectors out of the power outlets.
4.1.2.1
Opening the server
Ê Loosen the four knurled screws and pull the server as far as possible out of
the rack.
Depending on how accessible the server is in the rack cabinet, it can make
sense to remove it from the cabinet. You will find a detailed description in the
Options Guide or the Operating Manual.
Ê Loosen the two knurled screws at the server’s rear side.
Ê Push back the top cover approxiate 2 cm.
Ê Remove the top cover.
4.1.2.2
Removing the rack front cover
Remove the rack front cover when making the following replacements:
– Replacing the operating panel
– Replacing the DVD/DVD-RW drive
– Replacing the intrusion switches
Ê Remove two screws on either side.
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Replacing the operating panel module
Ê Remove the rack front cover to the front.
Ê Disengage the three tabs on the top side one after the other and pull out the
plastic front cover frontward about 2 cm.
Ê Press the three hooks on the bottom side downward and pull out the plastic
front cover frontward.
4.2
Replacing the operating panel module
Ê Open the server and remove the front cover / rack front cover as described
in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
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Figure 2: Removing the operating panel module
Ê Press the two metal tongues of the EasyClick rails inward (1) until the locking
mechanism is released.
Ê Pull the operating panel module forward out of its mounting location (2) until
you can remove the cables (ribbon cable, USB cable and perhaps
ServerView Local Service Panel cable) from the operating panel board.
Remove the cables.
Ê Pull the operating panel module out of its bay as far as it is possible to get
access to the cable tie.
Ê Thread the cables through the cable tie.
Ê Take the operating panel module out of its bay.
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Replacing the standard PS
Replacement routines
Ê Push the new operating panel module into its bay as far as it is possible to
have access to the cable tie.
Ê Thread the cables through the cable tie.
Ê Push the operating panel module into its bay as far as it is possible to plug
the cables.
Ê Connect the cables (ribbon cable, USB cable and perhaps ServerView Local
Service Panel cable) to the operating panel board (see the board layout on
page 39).
Ê Push the operating panel module into the housing until it engages.
Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
4.3
Replacing the standard PS
Ê Open the server as described in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
I You can replace the power supply without removing the adapter plate.
Ê Disconnect all power cables from the system board and the drives (see the
cabling plans in the Options Guide).
Figure 3: Removing the screws
Ê Remove the four screws of the standard power supply (see the circles).
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Replacing the standard PS
1
2
Figure 4: Taking out the standard PS
Ê Slide the standard power supply somewhat toward the inside (1) to detach it
from the adapter plate and take the standard power supply out toward the
side (2).
Ê Push the new power supply into the bay. Take care not to trap the cables.
Ê Fasten the power supply with four screws to the adapter plate.
Ê Connect all power cables to the system board and the drives (see the cabling
plans in the Options Guide).
Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
V CAUTION!
After replacing the standard power supply a fan calibration must be
started for the PSU fan. You will find the description for this procedure in
the manual “ServerStart“.
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Replacing the Power backplane
4.4
Replacement routines
Replacing the Power backplane
The Power backplane is mounted on the PS cage. The power cables are
permanently connected to the Power backplane.
Ê Open the server as described in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
Ê Push the green latch of the hot-plug power supply unit upward and pull the
power supply unit simultaneously out of the PS cage using the handle (see
also the Operating Manual).
Ê If a second hot-plug power supply unit has been installed, remove this one
in the same way (if there is a dummy cover instead of a second hot-plug
power supply unit, this can remain in place).
I The Power backplane in the floorstand model is positioned directly under
the top cover and it makes sense to lay the server on a table with the
uncovered side facing upward. Place the server in such a way that the
feet can project over the edge.
Ê Remove all power cables from the system board and the drives (see the
cabling plans in the Options Guide).
Figure 5: Removing the Power backplane
Ê Remove the knurled screw (see the circle).
Ê Push the Power backplane downward (see direction of the arrow) until it
disengages from the three bolts of the PS cage. Take out the Power
backplane.
Ê Insert the new Power backplane and push the Power backplane upward until
the three bolts of the PS cage engage.
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Replacing the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane
Ê Fasten the Power backplane with the knurled screw in the PS cage.
Ê Plug the power cables on the system board and the drives (see the cabling
plans in the Options Guide).
Ê Reinstall the hot-plug power supply unit(s).
Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
4.5
Replacing the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane
The 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane is mounted on the hard disk cage. It is not
necessary to remove the hard disk cage before replacing the SAS/SATA
backplane.
Ê Open the server as described in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
Ê Remove all the hot-plug hard disk drives (for a description see the Operating
Manual).
V CAUTION!
Check if all hard disk drives are uniquely identified so that you can
reinsert them into their original bays.
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3
4
1
Figure 6: Disconnecting cables - 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane
Ê Take the I2C cable out of the green cable clamp and remove the cable clamp
(1).
Ê Pull out the connectors of the power cable (2), the I2C cable (3) and the SAS
cable (4) from the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane.
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Replacing the 2.5“ SAS backplane
Replacement routines
Ê Remove the four screws (two at each side) that fasten the 3.5“ SAS/SATA
backplane holder to the hard disk cage.
Ê Take the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane together with the holder out of the server.
Be careful with the isolation foil positioned on the rear side of the 3.5“
SAS/SATA backplane.
Ê Remove the isolation foil and lift the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane from the
holder.
Ê Position the isolation foil on the new 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane.
Ê Insert the new 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane in the holder.
Ê Fasten the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane holder using the four screws on the
hard disk cage.
Ê Attach the connectors of the SAS cable, the power cable and the I2C cable
to the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane (see the figure 6 on page 23).
Ê Attach the green cable clamp to the connector of the I2C cable and place the
cable in the cable clamp.
Ê Reinstall all hot-plug hard disk drives.
Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
4.6
Replacing the 2.5“ SAS backplane
Two 2.5“ SAS backplanes are mounted on the hard disk cage. It is not
necessary to remove the hard disk cage before replacing the SAS/SATA
backplanes.
Ê Open the server as described in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
Ê Remove all the hot-plug hard disk drives (for a description see the Operating
Manual).
V CAUTION!
Check if all hard disk drives are uniquely identified so that you can
reinsert them into their original bays.
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Replacing the 2.5“ SAS backplane
1
2
2
1
Figure 7: Disconnecting cables - 2.5“ SAS backplane
Ê Press the locks (1) to release the connectors of the SAS cable and the power
cable and pull out the connectors (2) from each 2.5“ SAS backplane.
Ê Remove the two screws for each that fasten the 2.5“ SAS backplane to the
hard disk cage.
Ê Take the 2.5“ SAS backplanes out of the server.
Ê Insert the new 2.5“ SAS backplanes.
Ê Fasten the 2.5“ SAS backplanes using two screws each on the hard disk
cage.
Ê Attach the connectors of the SAS cables and the power cables to the
2.5“ SAS backplanes (see the figure 7 on page 25).
I The lower backplane must be connected to channel 1 (connector SAS-
MLC1), the upper backplane to channel 2 (connector SAS-MLC1) of the
RAID controller.
Ê Reinstall all hot-plug hard disk drives.
Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
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4.7
Replacement routines
Replacing the IDTEMP combo
This board includes two important system components:
– EEPROM for the chassis ID and ident number of the server
– temperature sensor for monitoring the environment temperature
The current temperature values and EEPROM data are transmitted to the
system board via the connected I2C bus.
The IDTEMP combo must be correctly installed in order:
– to monitor the temperature correctly,
– to enable the server management to display the correct system picture,
– to install the server using ServerStart.
The IDTEMP combo is situated on a separate holder under the hard disk cage.
Ê Open the server as described in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
Figure 8: Removing the holder
Ê Push the holder inward from the front side.
Ê Take out the holder carefully.
Ê Remove the green cable clamp from the connector of the I2C cable.
Ê Remove the I2C cable from the connector on the IDTEMP combo.
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Figure 9: Removing the IDTEMP combo
Ê Pull up the locking tab and remove the IDTEMP combo from the holder.
Ê Plug the new IDTEMP combo in the holder.
Ê Plug the I2C cable on the connector on the IDTEMP combo.
Ê Plug the green cable clamp on the connector of the I2C cable.
Ê Insert the holder in a slight angle.
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Figure 10: Position in the front side
Ê Push the holder in the front side until it engages. Route the cable as shown
in figure 8 on page 26.
Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
I After installing the new IDTEMP combo, it is necessary to program the
Chassis ID prom with the help of the "Chassis ID Prom Tool" to enable
ServerView and ServerStart to identify the system. The tool can be
downloaded from the Fujitsu Siemens Computers Service and Support
page (URL:
http://extranet.fujitsu-siemens.com/service/information/intelservers/tools).
4.8
Replacing the intrusion switches
In the floorstand model two intrusion detection switches monitor the removing
of the left side cover and the hard disk cover. In the rack model only one
intrusion switch is active, this one monitors the removing of the top cover.
One switch is situated at the left (floorstand model) or the top (rack model) side
of the hard disk cage, the other switch at the front cover beneath the hard disk
cage. The two intrusion detection switches are serially connected on one cable
and have to be replaced in pairs.
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Ê Open the server and remove the front cover / rack front cover as described
in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
Figure 11: Removing screws and intrusion switch 1
Ê Remove the two screws (see the arrows) and take out the intrusion switch.
2
1
Figure 12: Removing the screws and intrusion switch 2
Ê Remove the two screws (1) and take out the intrusion switches inward (2).
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Ê Pull the first removed intrusion switch out of the cable clamp.
V CAUTION!
Note the cable routing.
Ê Remove the intrusion switch cable from the connector on the system board
(see also the Technical Manual of the system board).
Ê Plug the new intrusion switch cable to the connector on the system board.
Ê Route the intrusion switch cable.
Ê Position the intrusion switch with the three wires on the front cover and
fasten it with two screws.
Ê Insert the intrusion switch with the two wires in its holder and fasten the
switch with two screws.
Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
4.9
Replacing the processor
V CAUTION!
Processors are modules which can react extremely sensitively to electrostatic discharges and which must therefore always be handled with care.
After a processor has been removed from its protective sleeve or from its
socket, place it with its smooth side down on a non-conducting, antistatic
surface. Never push a processor over a surface.
Ê Open the server as described in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
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1
3
4
2
Figure 13: Removing the heat sink
Ê Loosen the four screws in a crossover pattern.
Ê Loosen the heat sink by turning it back and forth and then lift it out.
Ê Remove the residual thermal paste from the underside of the heat sink.
Ê Clean the underside of the heat sink using a lint-free cloth.
2
1
Figure 14: Removing an old processor
Ê Press down the lever (1) and unhook it.
Ê Fold up the frame.
Ê Lift the installed processor carefully out of the socket (2).
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1
a
Figure 15: Inserting a new processor
Ê Remove the protective cap from the bottom side of the new processor.
Ê Position the new processor over the socket and then carefully press it into
the socket (1).
V CAUTION!
The processor can only be installed in one particular direction. Note
the marking on one of the corners. To avoid damaging the pins or the
processor, do not force it into the socket.
1
2
3
Figure 16: Fixing the processor
Ê Fold down the frame (1).
V CAUTION!
The processor holder must fall down by itself. Do not close with force,
because soldering pads may be damaged.
Ê Press the lever slowly downward (2) until it is hooked in again (3).
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Ê Apply a small amount of thermal paste to the upper side of the new
processor.
Ê Ensure a thin and even distribution of the thermal paste.
Figure 17: Position of the holes to fasten the heat sink
Ê Position the heat sink carefully on the processor.
V CAUTION!
The heat sink must be positioned in the way that a wide side of the
heat sink is in direction of the system fan to enable the air flow through
the ribs.
Ê Position the screws in the holes carefully, making sure they are upright.
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1
3
4
2
Figure 18: Mounting the heat sink
Ê Tighten the four screws crosswise. Follow the following steps:
1. Turn screw no.1 two/three turns, then will be no tension on the processor
when tightening the next screws.
2. Tighten screws no. 2, 3 and 4 in this order.
3. Tighten screw no.1 finally.
Tighten all screws as far as they will go with a torque of 0.6 NM.
Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
I After replacing the processor, it is recommended to update the BIOS to
ensure proper operation (BIOS flash diskette, for a description see the
BIOS Manual).
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4.10
Replacing the system board
Replacing the system board
I The system board is optional equipped with a TPM (Trusted Platform
Module) by the manufacturer. This module enables programs from third
party manufacturers to store key information (e.g. drive encryption using
Windows Bitlocker Drive Encryption).
The TPM is activated via the BIOS system (for more information, refer to
the Fujitsu Siemens Computers BIOS manual).
V CAUTION!
– Before replacing the system board, ask your customer if he is using
the TPM functionality.
– If the customer is using the TPM functionality, advise him that he must
provide you with the TPM backup copies. For security reasons, the
TPM must be restored/re-saved by the customer.
If the customer DOES NOT have a backup copy, inform him that
replacing the system board will cause him to lose all his data.
Ê Open the server as described in the section “Preparation” on page 17.
Ê Lay the server on a table with the uncovered side facing upward. Place the
server in such a way that the feet can project over the edge.
Ê Remove all external cables.
Ê Remove all controllers from their slots (for a description see the Operating
Manual and the Options Guide). Take note of the slots of the controllers and
the cabling.
Ê Remove the system fan (for a description see the Options Guide).
Ê Remove the processor (see the section “Replacing the processor” on
page 30).
Ê Remove the memory modules (for a description see the Options Guide).
Ê Remove all cables which may be connected to the system board.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Figure 19: Position of the screws
Ê Remove the 9 screws from the system board.
Ê Lift the system board slightly using the socket of PCI slot 5, thereby you lift
the system board out of the centre rings of the spacer bolts.
Ê Carefully lift the system board (using both hands) out of the chassis in a
slight angle. Thereby you pull the connectors out of the connector panel.
V CAUTION!
Always take the system board with both hands!
Never lift the system board one-sided or at the heat sink, because
the solder connections between the socket and the system board
come under tension and increase the risk of damage and
malfunction!
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Don’t damage the EMI springs which are essential to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements and fire
protection measures.
Ê Place the removed and the new system board on an antistatic surface.
Ê Remove the protective plastic cover from the processor socket of the new
system board and fit it onto the socket of the defective system board which
will be sent back to spares.
I Returned system boards without this cover probably have to be
scrapped.
Ê Check the settings on the new system board (for a description see the
Technical Manual of the system board).
Ê Insert the system board by holding it at a slight angle. Slide the connectors
into the connector panel.
Ê Lower the system board carefully into the chassis.
Ê Adjust the system board. If necessary adjust the position of the system
board with a gentle twisting motion.
I When the system board is in the right position, the centre rings engage
with the holes indicated. The centre rings are placed under the screw
positions 1 and 5.
Ê Fasten the system board with the 9 screws.
Ê Reconnect the cables to their original connectors (see also the cabling plans
in the Options Guide).
Ê Install the memory modules (for a description see the Options Guide).
Ê Install the processor and the heat sink (see the section “Replacing the
processor” on page 30).
Ê Install the system fan (for a description see the Options Guide).
Ê Install all controllers in their former slots (for a description see the Operating
Manual and Options Guide).
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Ê Close the server and connect all power plugs (for a detailed description see
the Options Guide).
Ê Connect all external cables.
V CAUTION!
After installing the new system board, it is necessary to update the
system specific data (BIOS, iRMC firmware, SDR (sensor data record)
data) to ensure proper operation (BIOS flash diskette, for a description
see the BIOS Manual).
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Appendix
5.1
Board layout
I The board layout of the system board is described in the Technical
Manual of the system board D2559.
5.1.1
Operating panel board
Part number: A3C40088485
3
2
1
1
Connector USB cable
2
Connector operating panel cable
3
Connector LSP (CSS module)
I The operating panel board is included in the spare part “operating panel
module“ (C26361-K644-Z333).
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5.1.2
Appendix
3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane
Part number: A3C40070504
You will find the 3.5“ SAS/SATA backplane with 4 slots for SAS or SATA hard disk
modules located on the hard disk cage.
1
2
5
6
3
4
1
Connector power supply (X6)
4
SATA LED control connector
(X12)
2
I2C bus connector (X11)
5
LEDs
3
Connector to SAS/SATA controller 6
(X1)
SAS/SATA connectors for hard
disk drives
The LEDs are made visible on the front side of the mounting frames via light
conductors, which are situated at the mounting frames of the drives. The
controlling of the LEDs does only work if a driver has been loaded. The signal
of the LEDs is described in the Operating Manual.
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5.1.3
Board layout
2.5“ SAS backplane
Part number: A3C40086493
You will find two 2.5“ SAS backplanes located on the hard disk cage.
2
1
1
Connector power supply
2
Connector for SAS cable
The LEDs are made visible on the front side of the mounting frames via light
conductors, which are situated at the mounting frames of the drives. The
controlling of the LEDs does only work if a driver has been loaded. The signal
of the LEDs is described in the Operating Manual.
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5.1.4
Appendix
Power backplane
Part number: A3C40052762
1
2
1
Connector power supply module 1
2
Connector power supply module 2
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2.5“ SAS backplane 24, 41
3.5" SAS/SATA backplane 23, 40
E
ESD (devices sensitive to electrostatic
discharge) 15
I
IDTEMP combo 26
intrusion detection switches
L
laser information 15
light emitting diode (LED)
lithium battery 13
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15
M
meaning of the symbols 8
N
notational conventions
8
O
operating panel board 39
operating panel module 19
P
Power backplane
processor 30
22, 42
S
standard PS 20
system board 35
T
target group 5
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