PRIMERGY RX300 Server System

PRIMERGY
PRIMERGY RX300
Server System
Operating Manual
Xenia Fierley
Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH München
81730 Munich
e-mail: email: manuals@fujitsu-siemens.com
Tel.: (089) 61001-157
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Edition August 2005
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Introduction
Installation Steps: Overview
Important Notes
Hardware Installation
Preparation for Use and Operation
Property and Data Protection
Troubleshooting and Tips
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
Expansions and Conversions
Abbreviations; Related Publications and Index
Contents
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Introduction . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of the Documentation
Features . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notational Conventions . . . .
Technical Data . . . . . . . . .
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Installation Steps: Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Important Notes . . . . . . . . . .
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CE Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . .
FCC Class A Compliance Statement
Transporting the Server . . . . . . .
Notes on Installing into the Rack . .
Environment Protection . . . . . . .
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4.5
4.6
Hardware Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unpacking the Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing/Removing the Server into/from the Rack . .
Mounting into the PRIMECENTER/DataCenter Rack .
Mounting into 3rd-Party Racks . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting into the Classic (19inch) Rack . . . . . . . .
Installing the Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Devices to Server . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the Server to the Line Voltage . . . . . .
Instructions on Connecting and Disconnecting Cables
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5.3.1
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5.4
5.5
Preparation for Use and Operation
Operating and Indicator Elements . .
The Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Rear Side . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching the Server ON and OFF .
Configuring the Server . . . . . . . .
Configuration with ServerStart . . . .
Configuration without ServerStart . .
Starting up Hot-Plug PCI Slots . . .
Cleaning the Server . . . . . . . . .
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Property and Data Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
BIOS Setup Security Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
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Contents
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7.1
7.2
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7.6
7.7
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7.14
Troubleshooting and Tips . . . . . . . . .
Power-On Indicator Remains Dark . . . . .
The Server switches itself OFF . . . . . . .
The Monitor Remains Dark . . . . . . . . .
Flickering Stripes Across the Monitor . . .
No Monitor Display or the Display Drifts . .
No Mouse Pointer Displayed on the Monitor
The Floppy Disk Cannot be Read or Written
Incorrect Time and/or Date . . . . . . . . .
System Fails to Boot . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drives Are Reported as „Dead“ . . . . . . .
Added Drive Reported Defective . . . . . .
Hot-Plug PCI Error Indicator Lighting . . . .
Hot-Plug PCI Power Indicator not Lighting
after Replacing the Board . . . . . . . . . .
Error Messages on the Monitor . . . . . . .
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8.1.1
8.1.2
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.3
8.4
8.4.1
8.4.2
8.5
8.5.1
8.6
8.6.1
8.6.2
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components . . . . . . . . . .
Hot-swap Power Supply Units . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding a hot-swap Power Supply Unit . . . . . . . .
Replacing a Hot-swap Power Supply Unit . . . . . .
Hot-swap Hard Disk Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handling Hard Disk Drives/HDD Modules . . . . . .
Installing/Removing HDD Module/Dummy Module . .
Hot-swap for HDD Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing/Removing a hot-swap Magnetic Tape Drive
Replacing a Fan Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Fan Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Fan Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing hot-plug PCI Boards . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting the PCI board into the pull out aid . . . . .
Opening/Closing the Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting the cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Related Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Index
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Introduction
The PRIMERGY RX300 server is an Intel-based server for mid-size networks
and large companies. The server is suitable for use as a file server and also as
an application, information or Internet server.
The PRIMERGY RX300 server offers a high level of reliability and availability
through highly developed hardware and software components. These include
hot-swap hard disk drive modules, redundant system fans and power supply
units, and hot-plug PCI slots, the ServerView server management software,
„Prefailure Detection and Analysing“ (PDA) and „Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart“ (ASR&R).
The term hot-swap refers to the online replacement of a component (e.g. a
failed hard disk drive, which is configured as a member of a disk array (RAID)).
The term hot-plug refers to the replacement of components while the power is
switched on. In the special case of hot-plug PCI boards it is ensured that the
corresponding PCI slot is powered off before removing the board.
Security functions in the BIOS Setup and on the system board protect the data
on the server against manipulation. Additional security is provided by the
lockable rack door.
The rack model occupies 2 height units (HU) in the rack.
1.1
Overview of the Documentation
I PRIMERGY manuals are available in PDF format on the
ServerBooks CD. The ServerBooks CD is part of the ServerStart Bundle
delivered with each server system.
The PDF files for the manuals can also be downloaded free of charge
from the Internet. The overview page showing the online documentation
available in the Internet can be found via the URL: http://manuals.fujitsusiemens.com (click intel based server/PRIMERGY ServerBooks).
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Overview of the Documentation
Introduction
Concept and Target Group of this Manual
This operating manual describes how to install, how to operate and how to
expand your server.
This operating manual is intended for those responsible for installing the
hardware and operating the system. The manual contains all the information
required for mounting and operating your PRIMERGY RX300.
To understand the different expansion options, you need a knowledge of
hardware and data transmission, as well as basic knowledge of the operating
system used.
Additional server documentation
To the PRIMERGY RX300 documentation set belong the following additional
manuals:
– “Safety and Ergonomics” manual (print version delivered together with the
system, PDF file available on the ServerBooks CD)
– “Warranty” manual (print version delivered together with the system, PDF file
available on the ServerBooks CD)
– Technical Manual for the system board D1409 (PDF file available on the
ServerBooks CD)
– BIOS Setup manual (PDF file available on the ServerBooks CD)
– “ServerStart Bundle“ includes the ServerStart CD, the ServerBooks CD and
the print version of the manual „ServerStart Bundle“. The PDF file of the
manual is also available on the ServerBooks CD.
– “Adaptec HostRAID User’s Guide“ (PDF file available on the ServerBooks CD)
I If you need a backup of the ServerBooks-CD send the details of your
server via email address: Reklamat-PC-LOG@fujitsu-siemens.com.
Further sources of information
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technical manual for the rack
manual for the monitor
server management manual ServerView
manual for the Remote Test and Diagnostic System RemoteView
in the documentation for the boards and drives
operating system documentation
information files of your operating system
(see also “Related Publications” on page 101).
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1.2
Features
Features
System board
The features of the system board (D1409) are described in the technical manual
for the system board in relation to the hardware and in the BIOS setup manual
(see “Related Publications” on page 101).
Slots for additional boards
There are up to fife extension slots for additional controller boards on the system
board of the server:
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4
3
7
2
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Figure 1: PCI slots: basic configuration
Pos. Slot No.
Type
Features
hot-plug *
64 bit/100 MHz
1
1
2
2
3
3
standard
(reserved for optional
ZCR controller)
64 bit/133 MHz
4
4
standard
64 bit/100 MHz
5
5
standard, with riser card
(1-way riser)
64 bit/33 MHz
PCI-Board
low-profile
short,
full height
(e.g. RSB)
Table 1: PCI slots: basic configuration
* The hot-plug functionality are indicated by two LEDs (6 and 7) on each slot.
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Introduction
Optionally the possibility exists to install full height PCI boards only. Following
slots are available in this case:
2
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Figure 2: PCI slots: optional configuration
Pos.
Type
Features
PCI board
1
3 standard slots,
with riser card
(3-way riser)
64 bit/100 MHz
full length,
full height
2
standard, with riser card
(1-way riser)
64 bit/33 MHz
short,
full height
(e.g. RSB)
Table 2: PCI slots: optional configuration
Hard disk drives
The server has a drive cage that can accommodate up to six ULTRA 320-SCSI
hard disk drive modules. Each hard disk drive module (HDD module) can
accommodate a SCSI hard disk drive with an SCA (Single Connector
Attachment) interface and a maximum height of 1 inch. The module is
connected to the SCSI backplane without cables via the SCA interface. This
allows hard disk drive modules to be simply plugged in or pulled out (for further
details see section “Hot-swap Hard Disk Drives” on page 75).
The hard disk drive system is designed for Ultra3 SCSI and can be configured
as a dual-channel system with three hard disk drives each or as a singlechannel system with six hard disk drives. The hard disk drives can be controlled
by the onboard controller or by a RAID controller.
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If the server has a RAID controller and a corresponding RAID configuration,
defective HDD modules can also be exchanged online (hot-swap).
An external SCSI interface is also offered optionally to allow external storage
subsystems to be connected. You find further information in the configurator
(see “Related Publications” on page 101).
SCSI controller with HostRAID functionality
For operating internal hard disk drives the 2-channel Ultra320 SCSI controller with
HostRAID functionality is available. In addition to the SCSI functions HostRAID
offers RAID functionality for the internal disk configuration (HostRAID: level 0, 1, 10).
I To configure HostRAID the controller has its own RAID-Select Utility. For
further information see “Adaptec HostRAID User’s Guide“ on the ServerBooks CD (choose Controllers from the menu).
Zero Channel RAID (ZCR) controller (option)
Optionally a ZCR controller (PCI card) can be installed. In addition to RAID
levels 0, 1, 10 ZCR controller offers the possibility to configure also RAID-5 or
RAID-50. ZCR controller utilizes both channels of the onboard Ultra320 SCSI
controller using a special integrated logic.
Accessible drives
Various mounting locations are available:
– one location with a 3.5 inch slimline floppy disk drive (1.44 MB)
– one location for a slimline CD-/DVD-ROM drive (optionally)
– one location for a LocalView module (optionally)
The accessible drives integrated in this locations cannot be replaced online.
A hot-swap tape drive can be installed optionally in the drive cage (see also the
configurator under “Related Publications” on page 101). Two mounting
locations are occupied as a result in the drive cage which are then no longer
available for HDD modules. This magnetic tape drive can be replaced online.
USB interface
The USB interface on the front of the server supports activities carried out by
the service technician. The maximum length of the external cable are three
meters.
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Introduction
Power supply
In its basic configuration, the server has a hot-swap multi-range power supply unit
that adjusts automatically to any power voltage in the range from 100 V - 127 V
and/or 200 V - 240 V. An additional power supply unit can be installed optionally
in order to ensure redundancy of the power supply. If one power supply unit fails,
the redundant configuration ensures operation can continue uninterrupted. The
defective power supply unit can be replaced online (for further details see section
“Hot-swap Power Supply Units” on page 73).
Ventilation
Every CPU has a heat sink with fan.
The server is cooled by one or two fan units (redundant configuration).
One fan unit with three system fans and one fan for the power supply units are
integrated in the standard system fan configuration. If two fan units are installed,
each of them form a redundant unit.
If one fan in one redundant unit fails, the other fan unit ensures operation can
continue uninterrupted. The fan unit with the defective fan can be replaced
online (for further details see section “Replacing a Fan Unit” on page 82).
High level of availability and reliability
When memory data is accessed, 1-bit errors in the main memory are recognized and automatically corrected with the ECC (Error Correcting Code)
method. The patented memory scrubbing function regularly starts up the EDC
mechanism and thus ensures continuous data integrity.
The memory modules used support Chipkill™ technology, which in addition
increases the effectiveness of the monitoring and correction of memory errors.
Support is likewise provided for hot-spare memory technology, in which a
memory bank is used like a replacement bank. If a memory module fails, the
bank with the defective memory is automatically deactivated and the
replacement bank is activated in its place (assuming it has been configured
appropriately in the BIOS; see BIOS Setup under “Related Publications” on
page 101). The deactivated memory bank is no longer used and the faulty
memory module can be replaced at the next opportunity. In order to be able to
use the hot-spare memory function, all occupied memory banks must have an
identical memory configuration.
ASR&R (Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart) restarts the system in
the case of an error and automatically „hides“ the defective system components.
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The PDA (Prefailure Detection and Analyzing) technology from Fujitsu Siemens
Computers analyzes and monitors all components important for system
reliability.
Optional RAID controllers support RAID Levels 5 and 50 and increase system
availability.
The hot-swap HDD modules provide additional security.
Server management
Server management is implemented with the aid of the supplied ServerView
software and PDA (Prefailure Detection and Analyzing) technology from Fujitsu
Siemens Computers. PDA reports the threat of a system error or overloading
early on so that preventative measures can be taken.
ServerView enables the management of all PRIMERGY servers in the network
via a central console. The following key features are supported among others
by ServerView in this context.
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Remote power-on (Wake On LAN)
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Temperature monitoring of the CPU and the surrounding area
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Monitoring of the utilization of the PCI buses
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Detailed status and error reports for bus systems, processors and main
memory
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Watchdog timer for Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart (ASR&R)
in the event of failure of memory modules or processors
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Power monitoring
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Early detection of a defective fan
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Watchdog timer for operating system monitoring and application monitoring
with ASR&R
Further information on ServerView server management is provided in the
associated documentation (see “Related Publications” on page 101).
ServerStart
You can configure the PRIMERGY server quickly and purposefully with the
ServerStart software provided. User-guided menus are available for installing the
server operating system (for further details see section “Configuring the Server”
on page 58).
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Introduction
Service and support
PRIMERGY servers are service-friendly and modular, thus enabling quick and
simple maintenance.
The handles and locks (touch points) of the different hot-plug/hot-swap components are colored green to ensure simple and immediate recognition.
In order to avoid damage to components by incorrect handling when they are
being installed and removed, green highlighting also identifies the component
areas that can be touched without causing damage to the respective component.
PRIMERGY Diagnostic LEDs arranged on the system board identify the
component (memory module, CPU, CPU fans) on the system board that is not
functioning correctly.
The flash EPROM program supplied with the Fujitsu Siemens Computers
utilities supports a fast BIOS update. The RemoteView remote test and
diagnostics system allows the PRIMERGY RX300 server to be maintained from
remote locations. Remote diagnosis can be performed as a result for system
analysis, remote configuration and remote restart should the operating system
or hardware fail.
RemoteView
RemoteView is the remote management solution from Fujitsu Siemens
Computers for Intel-based PRIMERGY systems. RemoteView 3.0 and the
relevant hardware components integrated on the system board allow remote
monitoring and maintenance as well as fast restoration of operability in the event
of errors.
Remote monitoring and maintenance avoids time-consuming and costly on-site
repairs and reduces service costs. This leads to a reduction in the total cost of
ownership and an excellent return on investment for the remote management
solution.
RemoteView helps
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switch ON/OFF the system remotely
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monitor systems and analyze the cause of faults
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prepare error resolution or to have this process initiated independently if
possible
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identify potential sources of error
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configure the system
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adjust system settings and initiate system restarts from a remote location
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1.3
Notational Conventions
Notational Conventions
The following notational conventions are used in this manual:
text in italics
indicate commands, menu items or software programs
„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 3: Notational conventions
1.4
Technical Data
Electrical data (hot-swap power supply unit)
Power supply unit
Rated voltage range
Frequency
Multi-range
100 V - 127 V / 200 V - 240 V
50 Hz - 60 Hz
Max. rated current
Effective power
Apparent power
6 A / 100 V -127 V
3 A / 200 V - 240 V
532 W
544 VA
Heat dissipation
Main power fuse
Protection class
1915 kJ/h
16 A
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Technical Data
Introduction
National and international standards
Product safety and ergonomics IEC 60950 / EN 60950 / UL 60950 3rd. Ed.,
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950 3rd. Ed.
Electromagnetic compatibility
European standards
Interference emission
EN 55022
Harmonic current
EN 6100-3-2
Flicker
EN 61000-3-3
Interference immunity
International standards
EN 55024
FCC class A
VCCI class A / JEIDA
C-Tick class A
BSMI class A
CE label according to EU direc- Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC Electrotives
magnetic Compatibility
89/336/EEC
Mechanical values
Width (without front panel)
445 mm
Installation depth
721 mm
Total depth (with front panel)
761 mm
Height
85 mm or 2 HU
Weight
25 kg (depending on the configuration)
Ventilation clearance
at least 200 mm on the front and on the rear side
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Technical Data
Environmental conditions
Environment class 3K2
Environment class 2K2
EN 60721 section 3-3
EN 60721 section 3-2
Temperature:
Operation (3K2)
Transport (2K2)
10 °C .... 35 °C
-25 °C .... 60 °C
Humidity
10% ... 85%
Condensation during operation must be avoided!
Noise level
Sound power level LWAd (ISO 9296)
≤ 5,8 B (standby)
≤ 5,9 B (operating)
Sound pressure level at bystander position
LpAm (ISO 9296)
≤ 43 dB(A) (standby)
≤ 44 dB(A) (operating)
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Installation Steps: Overview
In this chapter you will find an overview of the steps necessary to install your
server system. Links guide you to sections where you can find more detailed
information on the individual steps:
Ê At first, please take notice of chapter “Important Notes” on page 15ff,
especially of „Safety“.
Ê Unpack the system, check the contents of the package for visible transport
damage and check whether the delivery agrees with the details in the
delivery note (see section “Unpacking the Server” on page 28).
Ê Transport the server to the place where you want to set it up.
Ê Make sure all necessary manuals (see section “Overview of the Documentation” on page 1) are available; possibly print of the PDF files.
Ê Mounting the server into the rack (see section “Installing/Removing the Server
into/from the Rack” on page 28).
Ê Cable the server. Please also refer to the section “Connecting Devices to
Server” on page 42 and section “Instructions on Connecting and Disconnecting Cables” on page 45.
Ê Connect the system to the line voltage (see section “Connecting the Server
to the Line Voltage” on page 43).
Ê Make yourself familiar with the operating and indicator elements on the front
and on the rear side of the server (see section “Operating and Indicator
Elements” on page 47).
Ê Configure and install the desired operating system and applications. To do
so, you have the following possibilities:
– Remote configuration and installation with ServerStart:
With the ServerStart-CD provided, you can configure the server and install
the operating system in a convenient manner.
To find out how to operate ServerStart and for further information, refer to
the corresponding booklet „ServerStart Bundle“.
You find additional information for configuration in section “Configuration
with ServerStart” on page 58).
Local configuration and installation with and/or without ServerStart (see
section “Configuration with ServerStart” on page 58 and/or section
“Configuration without ServerStart” on page 59).
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Important Notes
In this chapter you will find essential information regarding safety when working
with your server.
3.1
Safety
I The following safety notes are also provided in the “Safety and
Ergonomics” manual, which contains additional information about
ergonomics.
This device complies with the relevant safety regulations for data processing
equipment, including electronic office machines for use in an office environment.
If you have any questions about where you can set up the device, contact your
sales outlet or our customer service team.
V CAUTION!
The actions described in these instructions should only be performed by
technicians, service personnel or technical specialists. Equipment
repairs should only be performed by qualified staff. Any failure to observe
the guidelines in this manual, and any unauthorized openings and
improper repairs could expose the user to risks (electric shock, fire
hazards) and could also damage the equipment. Please note that any
unauthorized openings of the device will result in the invalidation of the
warranty and exclusion from all liability.
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Safety
Important Notes
Before operating the device
V CAUTION!
●
During installation and before operating the device, observe the
instructions on environmental conditions for your device (see section
“Technical Data” on page 9).
●
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.
●
The server automatically sets itself to a voltage in the ranges of
100 V - 127 V and/or 200 V - 240 V. Make sure that your local voltage
is within this range.
●
This device has a specially approved power cable and must only be
connected to a grounded insulated socket.
●
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 grounded insulated socket.
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V CAUTION!
●
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 central processing unit is still running but the peripheral device
(e.g. storage subsystem) has failed during a power outage.
●
Data and signal cables must be adequately shielded.
●
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.
●
Never connect or disconnect data transmission lines during a storm
(lightning hazard).
●
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.
●
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).
●
In emergencies (e.g. damaged casing, controls or cables, penetration
of liquids or foreign matter), switch off the device immediately, remove
the power plug and contact your sales outlet or customer service
team.
●
Proper operation of the device (in accordance with IEC 60950/DIN
EN 60950) 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).
●
You may only set those resolutions and refresh rates specified in the
„Technical data“ section of the monitor description. Otherwise, you
may damage your monitor. If you are in any doubt, contact your sales
outlet or customer service centre.
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Safety
Important Notes
V CAUTION!
●
The warranty expires if the device is damaged during the installation
or replacement of system expansions.
●
Only install 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. Information on which
system expansions are suitable can be obtained from the customer
service centre or your sales outlet.
●
The components marked with a warning label (e.g. lightning symbol)
may only be opened, removed or exchanged by authorized, qualified
personnel. The hot-swap components are exceptions to this rule.
Notes on handling CDs and CD-/DVD-ROM drives
V CAUTION!
●
Use only CDs in proper condition in the CD-/DVD-ROM drive of your
server to prevent data loss, damage to the device and injuries.
●
Therefore, check each CD for damage, cracks, breakage etc. before
inserting it in the drive.
Please note that any additional labels applied may change the
mechanical properties of a CD and cause imbalance.
Damaged and imbalanced CDs can break at high drive speeds (data
loss).
Under certain conditions sharp-edged pieces of broken CDs can
penetrate the cover of the drive (damage to the device) and be thrown
out of the device (danger of injury, particularly on uncovered body
parts such as the face or neck).
I You protect the CD-/DVD-ROM drive and prevent mechanical damage,
as well as premature wearing of the CDs, by observing the following
suggestions:
– Only insert the CDs in the drive when needed and remove them after
use.
– Store the CDs in suitable sleeves.
– Protect the CDs from exposure to heat and direct sunlight.
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Note about the laser
The CD-/DVD-ROM drive contains a laser diode classified according to
IEC 825-1:1993:LASER CLASS 1.
Batteries
V CAUTION!
●
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). If possibly inserted auxiliary boards contain
batteries/accus the appropiate references in the associated manuals
are to be considered.
●
Do not throw batteries into the trash can. They must be disposed of
in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste.
●
The battery must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations
concerning special waste.
●
Replace the lithium battery on the system board in accordance with
the instructions in the technical manual for the system board (see
“Related Publications” on page 101). If possibly inserted auxiliary
boards contain batteries/accus the appropiate references in the
associated manuals are to be considered.
●
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
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Safety
Important Notes
Modules with electrostatic-sensitive components
Systems and components that might be damaged by electrostatic discharge
(ESD) are marked with the following label:
Figure 3: ESD label
When you handle components fitted with ESDs, you must observe the following
points under all circumstances:
●
Remove the power plug from the power socket before inserting or removing
components containing ESDs.
●
You must always discharge yourself of static charges (e.g. by touching a
grounded object) before working.
●
The equipment and tools you use must be free of static charges.
●
Only touch the components at the positions highlighted in green (touch
points).
●
Do not touch any exposed pins or conductors on a component.
●
Use a grounding cable designed for this purpose to connect yourself to the
system unit as you install components.
●
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 (EN 61340-5-1,
ANSI/ESD S20.20).
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CE Certificate
Other important points:
●
When cleaning the device, please observe the relevant notes in section
“Cleaning the Server” on page 61.
●
Keep this operating manual and all additional documentation (such as
the technical manual, CD) together with the device. All documentation
should be included if the device is passed on to a third party.
3.2
CE Certificate
The shipped version of this device complies with the requirements of
the EEC directives 89/336/EEC „Electromagnetic compatibility“ and
73/23/EEC „Low voltage directive“. The device therefore qualifies for
the CE certificate (CE=Communauté Européenne).
3.3
FCC Class A Compliance Statement
If there is an FCC statement on the device, then:
The following statement applies to the products covered in this manual, unless
otherwise specified herein. The statement for other products will appear in the
accompanying documentation.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
„Class A“ digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules and meets all
requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Standard
ICES-003 for digital apparatus. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in strict accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no warranty that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Important Notes
●
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
●
Increase the separation between equipment and the receiver.
●
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
●
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Fujitsu Siemens Computers is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than those
specified by Fujitsu Siemens Computers. The correction of interferences
caused by such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment will be the
responsibility of the user.
The use of shielded I/O cables is required when connecting this equipment to
any and all optional peripheral or host devices. Failure to do so may violate FCC
and ICES rules.
3.4
Transporting the Server
V CAUTION!
Only transport the server to the new site in its original packaging or in
packaging that protects it from knocks and jolts. Do not unpack the server
until it is at its installation location.
If you need to lift or transport the server, ask other people to help you.
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Notes on Installing into the Rack
Notes on Installing into the Rack
V CAUTION!
●
For safety reasons, at least two people are required to install the
system in the rack because of its weight and size.
●
When connecting and disconnecting cables, observe the relevant
notes in the chapter „Important notes“ in the technical manual for the
corresponding rack. The technical manual is supplied with the corresponding rack.
●
Make sure when installing the rack that the anti-tilt mechanism is
properly mounted.
●
For safety reasons, no more than one unit may be removed from the
rack at any one time during installation and maintenance work.
●
If several units are removed from the rack at the same time, there is
a risk that the rack will tilt forward.
●
The rack must be connected to the power supply by an authorized
specialist (electrician).
●
If the server 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 non-industrial (public) power supply networks for the
type A connector.
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Environment Protection
3.6
Important Notes
Environment Protection
Environmentally-friendly product design and development
This product has been designed in accordance with the Fujitsu Siemens
Computers standard for “environmentally friendly product design and development”. This means that key factors such as durability, selection and labeling
of materials, emissions, packaging, ease of disassembly and recycling have
been taken into account.
This saves resources and thus reduces the harm done to the environment.
Notes on saving energy
Devices that do not have to be switched on permanently should be switched off
until they are needed as well as during long breaks and after completion of work.
Notes on packaging
Please do not throw away the packaging. You may need it later for transporting
your system unit. If possible, the device should only be transported in its original
packaging.
Notes on dealing with consumables
Please dispose of printer consumables and batteries in accordance with local
government regulations.
Do not throw batteries or rechargeable batteries into the trash can. They must
be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste.
Note on labeling plastic parts
Please avoid sticking your own labels on plastic parts wherever possible, since
this makes it difficult to recycle them.
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Returning, recycling and disposal
For details on take-back and reuse of devices and consumables within Europe,
contact your Fujitsu Siemens Computers branch office/subsidiary or our
recycling center in Paderborn:
Fujitsu Siemens Computers
Recycling Center
D-33106 Paderborn
Tel.
+49 5251 8180-10
Fax
+49 5251 8180-15
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V CAUTION!
Please note the safety instructions in chapter “Important Notes” on
page 15.
Do not expose the server to extreme environmental conditions (see section
“Technical Data” on page 9). Protect it from dust, humidity, and heat.
The server must be acclimatized in its operating environment for an acclimatization time.
Temperature difference (°C)
(operating environment/outside temperature)
5
10
Minimum
acclimatization time
(hours)
3
5
15
20
25
7
8
9
30
10
Table 4: Acclimatization time
4.1
Installation Steps
The following installation steps are described in detail in other sections of this
chapter:
Ê Unpacking the server (see next section “Unpacking the Server”).
Ê Mounting the server into the rack (see the layout arrangement created with
System Architect on the order lists and section “Installing/Removing the
Server into/from the Rack” on page 28).
Ê Cabling the server. Please also refer to the Technical Manual for the corresponding rack and the section “Instructions on Connecting and Disconnecting Cables” on page 45.
Ê Connect the server to the power supply (see section “Connecting the Server
to the Line Voltage” on page 43).
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4.2
Hardware Installation
Unpacking the Server
V CAUTION!
Please note the safety instructions in chapter “Important Notes” on
page 15.
If you need to lift or transport the server, ask other people to help you.
Do not unpack the server until it is at its installation location.
Ê Transport the server to the place where you want to set it up.
It is recommended not to throw away the original packaging material as it may
be required for transportation at a later date.
Ê Unpack all individual parts.
Ê Check the delivery for any damage during transport.
Ê Check whether the delivery agrees with the details on the delivery receipt.
The identification rating plate is located on the rear area on the server.
Notify your supplier immediately should you discover that the delivery does not
correspond to the delivery receipt.
4.3
Installing/Removing the Server into/from
the Rack
V CAUTION!
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●
Please observe the safety notes in chapter “Important Notes” on
page 15 and in the section “Notes on Installing into the Rack” on
page 23.
●
At least two people are needed to position the server into/out of
the rack.
●
The rack can tip over when more than one unit is pulled out.
●
The server may not occupy the top height unit of the rack (42 HU
Classic Rack, 38 HU/42 HU PRIMECENTER Rack and/or
DataCenter Rack), as otherwise no board and/or fan unit can be
replaced even with the unit pulled out completely.
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Requirements of the rack
The rack systems of the Fujitsu Siemens Computers (PRIMECENTER Rack;
DataCenter Rack and 19-Inch (Classic) Rack) support fully the installation of the
PRIMERGY server systems. The installation into the at present usual rack
systems of different foreign manufacturers (3rd-Party Rack) is supported to
large part.
To accommodate the ventilation concept and ensure proper ventilation of the
components in the rack, any unused areas must be closed using dummy covers.
The power is supplied via the socket strips available in the rack.
The main features of the rack systems of the Fujitsu Siemens Computers are:
PRIMECENTER Rack
– Frontally bolted telescopic rails or sliding rails.
The rails are provided with a linear alignment possibility to ensure also an
adjustment to different rack depths.
– Extended cable management within the lateral rack area.
DataCenter Rack
– Frontally or laterally bolted telescopic rails or sliding rails (except within the
rear left area where a support bracket is used).
– Extended cable management within the lateral rack area.
19-Inch (Classic) Rack
– Directly laterally bolted telescopic rails or sliding rails.
– Cable management by using an articulated cable carrier.
The mounting of the rails in the different racks is described in the next sections.
The mounting of the cable management is described in detail in the Technical
Manual to the respective rack.
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To rack systems of different foreign manufacturers the following applies:
3rd-Party Rack
Certain boundary conditions are to be fulfilled:
– Installation dimensions (see the dimensions shown in figure 4 on page 31).
1
2
A
B
C
C1
C2
D
E
F
P
a1
a2
b1
b2
rack front side
rack rear side
rack depth (comparison PRIMECENTER Rack 940/1000 mm)
rack width (comparison PRIMECENTER Rack 700 mm)
clearance of the 19-inch installation level
front 19-inch installation level
rear 19-inch installation level
area for cable routing (cable area depth) and ventilation
area for front panel and ventilation
right and left area for support systems
PRIMERGY installation depth
front left support upright
front right support upright
rear left support upright
rear right support upright
– The operability of the safety mechanisms at the server e.g. stoppers or
holding back systems must be guaranteed.
– The form of the rack support uprights must ensure the frontal screwing on of
the rails.
– Frontally bolted telescopic rails or sliding rails.
The rails are provided with a linear alignment possibility to ensure also an
adjustment to different rack depths.
– No support of the cable management (delivered with the mounting kit).
– Climatic conditions.
For the ventilation of the installed server a large extent unhindered air intake
in the rack front and air discharge in the rear cover of the rack are necessary.
In principle the ventilation concept plans that the necessary cooling is
reached by the horizontal self-ventilation of the installed devices (air flow
from the front to the rear).
– Power supply.
For the installation in 3rd-Party Racks it is to be made certain that appropriate socket strips are present.
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Figure 4: Mechanical conditions
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4.3.1
Hardware Installation
Mounting into the PRIMECENTER/DataCenter Rack
For mounting the server into the PRIMECENTER/DataCenter Rack the
following parts are necessary:
– support bracket
– one left and one right telescopic rail (assembled)
– eight plugwashers (figure 5 on page 32)
I General information are provided in the Technical Manual for the PRIMECENTER and/or DataCenter Rack (see also “Related Publications” on
page 101).
For mounting the left telescopic rail in the PRIMECENTER/DataCenter Rack,
the delivered support bracket must first be mounted on the rear left support
upright. The bracket must be mounted level with the lower edge of the device.
Ê Mount the support bracket at the appropriate height on the left rear support
upright as described in the Technical Manual of the corresponding rack.
To fasten the telescopic rails, no flange nuts are necessary since the rails are
equipped with threaded holes. For adjustment in each case two plugwashers
must be pre-mounted at the support uprights and the support bracket (see
figure 5):
Figure 5: Mounting the plugwashers in the support bracket
Ê Place the plugwashers (1) in the holes of the support uprights and/or of the
support bracket at the marked attachment points.
I For better orientation the height units are marked on the support
uprights (PRIMECENTER Rack only).
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2
3
1
3
4
Figure 6: Mounting the telescopic rails in the PRIMECENTER/DataCenter Rack
Ê Open the telescopic rail somewhat in the direction of the arrow (1), release
the two adjustment screws in the oblong holes (2) and push the telescopic
bar back.
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Ê Adjust the length of the telescopic rails on the necessary depth and secure
the telescopic rails with two screws M5x10 each (3) in the rack at the frontal
left support upright and/or at the support bracket.
Ê Fasten the adjustment screws.
Ê Repeat the steps with the right telescopic rail (to be mounted on the right
support uprights).
Ê Mount the PRIMECENTER/DataCenter Rack cable management as
described in the Technical Manual of the PRIMECENTER Rack.
Ê Mount the server (see section “Installing the Server” on page 39).
Ê Route the cables with the inserted server as described in the technical
manual of the corresponding rack.
4.3.2
Mounting into 3rd-Party Racks
For mounting the server into the 3rd-Party Rack the following parts are
necessary:
– one left and one right telescopic rail (assembled)
– possibly eight plugwashers (figure 5 on page 32)
Ê Take the manual of the rack manufacturer regarding the mechanical installation and/or the climatic conditions to assistance.
V CAUTION!
With the installation in 3rd-Party Rack it is to be made certain that the
air flow is ensured from the front to the rear in the rack.
Ê Mount the necessary manufacturer original parts (like support bracket or
cable management).
I Sometimes a number of parts of the delivered mounting kit cannot be
used because original parts of the 3rd-Party Rack are to be used.
Ê Mount the telescopic rails in the 3rd-Party Rack as described in section
“Mounting into the PRIMECENTER/DataCenter Rack” on page 32.
Ê Mount the server (see section “Installing the Server” on page 39) and route
the cables as described in the original manual of the Rack.
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Installing/Removing the Server into/from the Rack
Mounting into the Classic (19inch) Rack
For mounting the server into the Classic (19 inch 42/23 HU) Rack the following
parts are necessary:
– one left and one right telescopic rail (assembled)
– one left and one right classic rack mounting bracket (each marked by a
sticker)
– articulated cable carrier
I General information are provided in the Technical Manual for the Classic
(19 inch) Rack (see also “Related Publications” on page 101).
Preparing telescopic rail
5
3
4
2
1
6
8
7
Figure 7: Preparing the left telescopic rail
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Ê Open the telescopic rail somewhat in the direction of the arrow (1) and
remove the four screws (2 and 3).
Ê Remove the two mounting brackets (4 and 5).
Ê Fit the left classic rack mounting bracket (6) onto the left telescopic rail and
fasten it with the four screws (7 and 8).
Ê Push the telescopic rail back.
Ê Repeat the steps with the right telescopic rail.
Mounting the telescopic rails into the rack
Ê Mark the position of the attachment points for the telescopic rails and for the
server (front panel) on the support uprights (two height units).
Ê Place the spring nuts to fasten the telescopic rails into the groove of the
support uprights at the marked attachment points.
Ê Adjust the position of the nuts in the groove until they lock into the correct
position.
a
Figure 8: Hanging up the telescopic rail
There is a small positioning hook (a) on booth ends of the telescopic rails.
Ê Place one of the prepared rails at the marked attachment points onto the
support uprights by hanging the hooks into the holes near the spring nuts.
The holes of the rail are set thereby with the spring nuts to coincide.
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Figure 9: Mounting the telescopic rail into the classic rack
Ê Secure the telescopic rail into the rack, to the front support upright with one
screw and to the rear support upright with two screws.
Ê Repeat the steps with the second telescopic rail.
Ê Mount the server (see section “Installing the Server” on page 39).
Ê Mount the articulated cable carrier and route the cables with the inserted
server as described in the following section.
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Installing/Removing the Server into/from the Rack
Hardware Installation
Mounting the articulated cable carrier
V CAUTION!
In contrast to the instruction in the Technical Manual for the 19-inch
(Classic) Rack the articulated cable carrier is fastened only to the
support upright - not at the server.
Ê To secure the articulated cable carrier place two spring nuts in the groove of
the rear right support upright. The mounting height must agree with the
height of the connecting cables at the server.
Figure 10: Mounting the articulated cable carrier
Ê Fix the articulated cable carrier with two mounting screws on the rear right
support upright.
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Figure 11: Routing the cables on the articulated cable carrier
Ê Route the cables as shown in the figure and secure them to the articulated
cable carrier with cable ties (1).
Securing the cables to the articulated cable carrier ensures that, if the server is
pulled out the articulated cable carrier extends themselves.
The server can be pulled out so later without further preparations.
4.3.4
Installing the Server
M3x8
M3x8
1
Figure 12: Preparing the server
Ê Remove the two securing screws from the housing.
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Hardware Installation
Ê Open the telescopic rails completely toward the front. They must click into
place so that you can no longer push them back.
a
1
2
a
a
b
2
2
3
Figure 13: Mounting the telescopic bars
V CAUTION!
At least two people are needed to position the server in the rack.
Ê Hang up (1) the server with the four location bolts (a) (four on each side) into
the associated openings (b) of the rails.
The two telescopic rails must be pressed thereby somewhat apart.
Ê Slide carefully the server in the direction of the arrow (2) until the bolts
engage (3).
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1
3
4
3
1
4
2
Figure 14: Installing the server
Ê Secure the server with the two screws/tightening torque=60 Ncm (1).
Ê Release the locking mechanism of both rails (2) and insert the server
completely into the rack (3).
Ê Fasten the server (4) using two knurled screws (front panel).
To remove the server, follow the same procedure in the reverse order.
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Connecting Devices to Server
4.4
Hardware Installation
Connecting Devices to Server
The ports for external devices are on the rear of the server. Which additional
ports are available on your server depends on the PCI boards installed.
The standard ports (figure 15) are marked with symbols, and some are colorcoded.
1 Mouse port (PS/2) (green)
7 USB port 1 and 2 (black)
2 Serial port COM2 (turquoise)
8 Serial port COM1 (turquoise)
3 Optional parallel port
9 Keyboard port (PS/2) (purple)
4
LAN port B (10/100/1000 MBps) 10 Global Error and ID indicators
5
LAN port A (10/100/1000 MBps) 11 Power supply connectors
6 Monitor port (VGA) (blue)
12
11
10
12 External SCSI interface (optional)
1
2
9
8
3
7
6
5
4
Figure 15: Ports and connectors
I Some of the devices that can be connected may require special drivers
(see the documentation for the connected device).
Ê Connect the data cables to the server and peripherals.
You find an additional USB port on the front of the server (see figure 17 on
page 48).
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Connecting the Server to the Line Voltage
Connecting the keyboard, mouse and monitor
Ê Connect the monitor, the keyboard and mouse to the standard ports of the
server (see table and figure 15 on page 42).
I If a separate graphics card is installed in a slot, the graphic controller on
the system board is automatically deactivated. The corresponding
monitor port can not be used. Plug the data cable of the monitor into the
monitor port of the graphics card.
Ê Connect the power cable of the monitor to the mains socket strip of the rack.
V CAUTION!
The rated current for the monitor can be found on the technical data label
on the monitor or in the operating manual for the monitor.
4.5
Connecting the Server to the Line Voltage
In its basic configuration level the server has a hot-swap power supply unit. A
second hot-swap e power supply unit can be added to achieve redundant power
supply. If a defect occurs in one power supply unit, the respective other power
supply unit ensures unimpaired further operation.
V CAUTION!
The server automatically sets itself to a voltage in the range of 100 V - 127 V
and/or 200 V - 240 V. Make sure that your local voltage is within this range.
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Connecting the Server to the Line Voltage
Hardware Installation
Figure 16: Connecting the server to the line voltage
Ê Connect the insulated connector of the power cable to the power supply unit
of the server (1), and the power plug into the mains socket strip of the rack
(see Technical Manual of the rack).
I A phase redundancy in the power supply of the server can be set up if
two hot-swap power supply units are installed.
In this case the two power supply units can be directly connected to two
different phases.
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Connecting and Disconnecting Cables
Instructions on Connecting and
Disconnecting Cables
V CAUTION!
Be sure to read the documentation for the peripheral devices before
connecting them.
Do not connect or disconnect data cables during a thunderstorm.
When removing a cable, always hold it by the plug. Never unplug a cable
by pulling at the cable itself.
Connect and disconnect the cables in the order described below.
Connecting cables
Ê Turn off all power and equipment switches.
Ê Pull all power plugs out of the grounded power sockets.
Ê Plug all cables into the server and peripherals.
Ê Plug all data communication cables into the utility sockets.
Ê Plug all power cables into the grounded power sockets.
Disconnecting cables
Ê Turn off all power and equipment switches.
Ê Pull all power plugs out of the grounded power sockets.
Ê Unplug all data communication cables from the utility sockets.
Ê Disconnect the relevant cables from the server and all the peripherals.
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5
Preparation for Use and Operation
V CAUTION!
Please note the safety instructions in chapter “Important Notes” on
page 15.
5.1
Operating and Indicator Elements
5.1.1
The Front
Operating elements
ON/OFF button
When the system is switched OFF, it can be switched ON again by
pressing the ON/OFF button. When the system is operating, pressing
the ON/OFF button will switch OFF the system.
I The ON/OFF button does not disconnect the server from the
mains. To disconnect from the mains completely, remove the
power plug.
NMI
NMI button
I Please do not press! The NMI button may only be used by
Service.
RST
Reset button
Pressing the reset button reboots the system.
ID
Identification (ID) button
The ID indicators on the front and on the rear of the server lights up
(blue) when the ID button is pressed. The two ID indicators are
synchronized.
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!
!
Figure 17: The front
1 ID indicator
7 Global Error indicator
2 Power-on indicator
8 ID button
3 Drive access indicator
9 USB port
4 NMI button
10 LocalView (optional)
5 Reset button
11 CD-ROM-/DVD-ROM indicator
6 ON/OFF button
12 Floppy disk drive indicator
13 Hard disk drive control indicators (figure 19)
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Operating and Indicator Elements
Indicators on the control panel
Power-on indicator (bicolor)
Lights orange when the server is switched OFF, but mains voltage is
present (standby mode).
Lights green when the server is switched ON.
Flashes red/orange when the server is again in standby mode after
a power failure.
Drive access indicator
An internal SCSI drive (HDD or backup drive) is being accessed.
Global Error indicator
!
Does not light when the system is ok. No service incident or
critical event has occurred.
Flashes orange when a critical event has occurred. Users can
check BIOS Setup, system- and eventlog or via ServerView for
event details. The indicator also flashes in standby mode.
Lights orange when a prefailure event has been recognized.
Users can check system- and eventlog or via ServerView for event
details. The indicator also lights in standby mode.
If the event is still acute after a power failure, the indicator is
activated after the restart.
ID
ID indicator (blue)
Lights blue when the system has been selected by pressing the
ID button. To deactivate, press the button again.
The ID indicator can also be activated via ServerView and its status
reported to ServerView.
Indicators on the drives
CD-ROM indicator
Lights green when the storage medium is being accessed.
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Floppy disk drive indicator
Lights green when the storage medium is being accessed.
Indicators on the optional hot-swap tape drive
123
Figure 18: Hot-swap tape drive
1
Clean indicator
2
Media indicator
3
Drive indicator
Hard disk drive indicators
Figure 19: HDD module: indicators
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LED
green
Operating and Indicator Elements
HDD BUSY
– lights: HDD in active phase
– does not light: HDD inactive
LED
HDD FAULT (in conjunction with a RAID controller)
orange
– does not light: No HDD Error
– lights: HDD Faulty or Rebuild Stopped (drive defective/needs
replacing, a rebuild process was stopped or the HDD module is not
correctly inserted)
– slow blink: HDD Rebuild (the data is restored by the RAID controller
after changing a hard disk drive)
– fast blink: HDD Identify
– four fast blinks/pause: HDD Predicted Fault
– two fast blinks/pause: HDD Hot Spare (Hot spare drive active. The
corresponding drive has failed).
5.1.2
The Rear Side
Indicators on the connection panel
4
1
5
2 3
Figure 20: Connection panel: indicators
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Operating and Indicator Elements
1
Preparation for Use and Operation
Global Error indicator (orange) and ID indicator (blue)
Does not light when the system is ok. No service incident or critical event
has occurred.
Flashes orange when a critical event has occurred. Users can check
BIOS Setup, system- and eventlog or via ServerView for event details.
The indicator also flashes in standby mode.
Lights orange when a prefailure event has been recognized. Users can
check system- and eventlog or via ServerView for event details. The
indicator also lights in standby mode.
If the event is still acute after a power failure, the indicator is activated
after the restart.
Lights blue when the system has been selected by pressing the ID
button on the front. To deactivate, press the button again.
The ID indicator on the front also lights up at the same time. The two ID
indicators are synchronized.
The ID indicator can also be activated via ServerView and its status
reported to ServerView.
2
LAN connection indicator (bicolor)
Lights amber for a LAN transfer rate of 1 Gbps.
Lights green for a LAN transfer rate of 100 Mbps.
Does not light for a LAN transfer rate of 10 Mbps or if there is no LAN
connection available.
3
LAN active indicator (green)
Lights green when a LAN transfer occurs.
Does not light when there is no transfer.
4
Hot-plug PCI power indicator (green) see “Indicators on hot-plug PCI
slots” on page 53.
5
Hot-plug PCI error indicator (orange) see “Indicators on hot-plug PCI
slots” on page 53.
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Indicators on hot-plug PCI slots
The indicators on these slots behave differently depending on whether (table 5)
or not (table 6 on page 54) the operating system supports hot-plug functionality:
Pos.
1
2
Power
Error
indicator
indicator
(4)/(green) (5)/(orange)
Status description
does not
light
does not
light
1. Device switched off.
flashing
does not
light
Device operating.
2. Device operating but PCI slot not powered
up. One board may be installed or
removed.
PCI slot is in enable or disable sequence.
Wait until the green LED has changed its
status (does not light after disable or lights
after enable sequence).
3
4
lights
does not
light
does not
light
lights
Device operating.
PCI slot powered up. No board may be
installed or removed.
Device operating: a problem has occurred.
There are two possible causes for this status:
– The MRL sensor was pressed without
authorization. This status cannot be exited
(NMI initiated: see section “Hot-Plug PCI
Error Indicator Lighting” on page 70).
– There was a power failure during the
enable sequence (the PCI slot is reset to
disable status).
Table 5: Operating system with hot-plug functionality: hot-plug PCI indicator modes
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Operating and Indicator Elements
Pos.
Preparation for Use and Operation
Power
Error
indicator
indicator
(4)/(green) (5)/(orange)
Status description
1
does not
light
does not
light
Device switched OFF.
2
lights
does not
light
Device operating.
PCI slot powered up.
Table 6: Operating system without hot-plug functionality: hot-plug PCI indicator modes
Indicators on hot-swap power supply units
LED
Figure 21: Hot-swap power supply unit
LED
Meaning
flashing green
Power supply unit is connected to the mains
lights green
Server switched ON, power supply unit operating
lights yellow
Power supply unit is defective or no power is applied but on
the second power supply unit mains voltage is present
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Operating and Indicator Elements
Indicators on the fan unit
The status indicator for the system fans is visible on the respective fan unit
(1 and 2 on figure 22). The LED is set via commands in the server management.
LED
Bedeutung
lights green
the fans in the corresponding fan unit are o.k.
lights orange
fan prefailure message
lights red
in the corresponding fan unit one of the fans is defective
Figure 22: Fan units: locations and indicators
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Switching the Server ON and OFF
5.2
Preparation for Use and Operation
Switching the Server ON and OFF
V CAUTION!
If after switching ON the server there is nothing but flickering stripes on
the screen, switch the server OFF immediately (see section “Flickering
Stripes Across the Monitor” on page 67).
The ON/OFF button does not disconnect the server from the mains. To
disconnect from the mains completely, remove the power plug.
Switching the server ON
The power-on indicator (position 2 on figure 17 on page 48) lights orange
(standby mode).
– First system installation:
Ê Press the ON/OFF button (position 6 in figure 17 on page 48).
Ê Insert the ServerStart-CD and/or an installation disk in the corresponding
drive.
Ê Follow the instructions on the monitor (see also section “Configuration
with ServerStart” on page 58 and/or section “Configuration without
ServerStart” on page 59).
– System already installed:
Ê Press the ON/OFF button (position 6 in figure 17 on page 48).
The server is switched ON, performs a system test and boots the
operating system.
Switching the server OFF
Power-on indicator (position 2 on figure 17 on page 48) lights green.
Ê Shut down the operating system in an orderly manner.
Ê Press the ON/OFF button (position 6 in figure 17 on page 48) and/or send a
corresponding control signal (see “Other ON/OFF options” on page 57).
The server switches OFF and remains in standby mode.
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Switching the Server ON and OFF
Other ON/OFF options
In addition to the ON/OFF button, the server can be switched ON and OFF in
the following ways:
–
Specified switch-on time/switch-off time
The server is switched ON or OFF at a time specified in the ServerView
program.
– Ring indicator
The server is switched ON via an internal or external modem.
– Wake On LAN (WOL)
The server is switched on by a command via the LAN (Magic Package).
– After power failure
The server automatically reboots following a power failure (depending of the
settings in the BIOS).
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Configuring the Server
5.3
Preparation for Use and Operation
Configuring the Server
This section contains information about configuring the server and installing the
operating system.
I Make sure that the energy saving functions are disabled in the BIOS Setup
during server operation.
5.3.1
Configuration with ServerStart
Configuring HostRAID
The server is equipped with an onboard Ultra320 SCSI controller with HostRAID
functionality. Configure HostRAID before you begin with ServerStart.
I To configure HostRAID the controller has its own RAID-Select Utility. For
further information see “Adaptec HostRAID User’s Guide“ on the ServerBooks CD (choose Controllers from the menu).
With the ServerStart-CD provided, you can configure the server and install the
operating system in a convenient manner. The menu-guided configuration
includes the server configuration with the SCU and the RAID controller configuration with the GAM (Global Array Manager) and/or Adaptec Storage Manager.
I Note on SCSI-ID:
Please note that the SCSI-IDs for the hot-swapable hard disk drives are
permanently assigned:
SCSI-ID
single-channel
dual-channel
upper row
3, 4, 5
0, 1, 2
lower row
0, 1, 2
0, 1, 2
I Descriptions of operating systems not covered in the RAID controller
manual are provided in the appropriate readme files on the driver
diskettes.
To find out how to operate ServerStart and for further information, refer to the
corresponding CD booklet (see “Related Publications” on page 101).
If you use ServerStart, you can skip the following section on how to configure the
server and install the operating system. Continue with section “Starting up HotPlug PCI Slots” on page 60.
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5.3.2
Configuring the Server
Configuration without ServerStart
Configuring HostRAID
The server is equipped with an onboard Ultra320 SCSI controller with HostRAID
functionality.
I To configure HostRAID the controller has its own RAID-Select Utility. For
further information see “Adaptec HostRAID User’s Guide“ on the ServerBooks CD (choose Controllers from the menu).
Configuring the PCI RAID controller
If your server is fitted with a RAID controller, you must configure it as described
in the related documentation.
Configuring the onboard SCSI controller
You will find a description of the onboard SCSI controller configuration in the
Technical Manual for the system board (see “Related Publications” on
page 101). Further information is available on the driver diskettes provided.
Installing the operating system
Ê Insert the installation floppy disk and the CD for the operating system you
want to install in the corresponding drive.
Ê Reboot the server.
Ê Follow the instructions on the monitor and in the manual for the operating
system.
If your server is equipped with a RAID controller, please read how to install the
desired operating system in the related manual.
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Starting up Hot-Plug PCI Slots
5.4
Preparation for Use and Operation
Starting up Hot-Plug PCI Slots
V CAUTION!
Please note the safety instructions in chapter “Important Notes” on
page 15.
In addition to standard slots, the server also has two hot-plug PCI slots. These
hot-plug PCI slots allow boards to be installed and removed during operation
assuming the operating system supports this functionality.
Every hot-plug PCI slot is assigned two indicators that signal the current status
of the slot. The indicators are visible externally on the rear of the server (see
figure 20 on page 51).
The possible indicator modes and their meaning are explained in table 5 on
page 53 and table 6 on page 54.
If it is attempted to remove the relevant board despite the illuminated green
indicator, the slot is automatically powered off to protect the board and the
system from any damage.
V CAUTION!
Not all currently available operating systems support the hot-plug
functionality.
The PCI hot-plug software (PCI Card HotReplace) is located on the ServerStart
CD supplied or is installed with the ServerView agents. You will find additional
information on installation and operation in the file “README for the PCI Hot
Plug Software V3.0” on the ServerStart CD.
PCI components may only be installed and removed by personnel with the
appropriate technical training.
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5.5
Cleaning the Server
Cleaning the Server
V CAUTION!
Switch the server off and pull the power plug out of the groundedcontact power socket.
Do not clean any interior parts yourself; leave this job to a service
technician.
Do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasives or may corrode
plastic.
Ensure that no liquid enters the system. Ensure that the ventilation areas
of the server and the monitor are clear.
Clean the keyboard and the mouse with a disinfecting cloth.
Wipe the server and monitor casing with a dry cloth. If particularly dirty, use a
cloth that has been moistened in a mild domestic detergent and then carefully
wrung out.
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6
Property and Data Protection
The server is protected against unauthorized access by means of the lockable
rack door.
To protect your system and data internally against unauthorized access, you
can use the BIOS Setup security functions.
6.1
BIOS Setup Security Functions
The Security menu in BIOS Setup offers you various options for protecting your
data from unauthorized access. By combining these options you can achieve
optimum protection for your system.
I You will find a detailed description of the Security menu and how to assign
passwords in the manual for the BIOS Setup and on the ServerBooks CD
(see also “Related Publications” on page 101).
Preventing unauthorized BIOS Setup calls
You can activate this protection by entering a setup password in the Security
menu. In addition, you can suppress the Press F2 for Setup message in the
Security menu. This message is then no longer displayed while the server's
startup routine is in progress.
Preventing unauthorized system access
You can activate this protection by entering a system password in the Security
menu.
Preventing unauthorized access to the boards with their own BIOS
You can activate this protection by selecting the value Extended for the Setup
Password Lock field in the Security menu.
Preventing the system from booting from the floppy disk drive
You can activate this protection by selecting the value Diskette Lock for the System
Load field in the Security menu.
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BIOS Setup Security Functions
Property and Data Protection
Preventing unauthorized writings of floppy disks
To activate this protection, select the value Disabled for the Diskette Write field in
the Security menu.
Protecting BIOS from being overwritten
To activate this protection, select the value Disabled for the Flash Write field in
the Security menu.
Protecting the server from being switched on by an external device
To activate this protection select the value Disabled for the Remote Power On field
in the Security menu.
Protecting the server from being switched off by a program
To activate this protection select the value Disabled for the Soft Power Off field in
the Security menu.
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Troubleshooting and Tips
V CAUTION!
Observe the safety information in the „Security and Ergonomics“
manual and in chapter “Important Notes” on page 15.
If a problem occurs, try to resolve it as described:
– in this chapter,
– in the documentation for the attached devices,
– in the help systems of the software used.
If you fail to correct the problem, proceed as follows:
Ê Make a list of the steps and the circumstances that led to the fault. Also make
a list of any error messages that were displayed.
Ê Switch OFF the server.
Ê Contact our customer service team.
7.1
Power-On Indicator Remains Dark
The power-on indicator remains dark after switching ON.
Power cord incorrectly connected
Ê Make sure that the power cable is correctly connected to the server and to
the grounded socket.
Power supply overloaded
Ê Pull the server power plug out of the power socket.
Ê Wait a few seconds before you plug it into the grounded socket again.
Ê Switch ON your server.
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The Server switches itself OFF
7.2
Troubleshooting and Tips
The Server switches itself OFF
Server management has detected an error
Ê Check the error list or the ErrorLog file in the ServerView program, and
attempt to eliminate the error.
7.3
The Monitor Remains Dark
Monitor is switched OFF
Ê Switch ON your monitor.
Screen has gone blank
Ê Press any key on the keyboard.
or
Ê Deactivate screen blanking (screen saver). Enter the appropriate password.
Brightness control is set to dark
Ê Set the brightness control on the monitor to light. For detailed information,
please refer to the Operating Manual supplied with your monitor.
Power cable or monitor cable not connected
Ê Switch OFF the monitor and the server.
Ê Check whether the power cable is properly connected to the monitor and to
the grounded socket.
Ê Check whether the monitor cable is properly connected to the server and
monitor (if it is plugged in with a connector). If a separate graphics card is
installed in the server, then the monitor cable must be connected to the
graphics card.
Ê Switch ON the monitor and the server.
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7.4
Flickering Stripes Across the Monitor
Flickering Stripes Across the Monitor
V CAUTION!
Switch OFF the server immediately. Risk of damaging the server.
Monitor does not support the set horizontal frequency
Ê Find out which horizontal frequency your monitor screen supports. You will
find the horizontal frequency (also known as line frequency or horizontal
deflection frequency) in the documentation for your monitor.
Ê Refer to the documentation for your operating system or corresponding
software for the screen controller for how to set the correct horizontal
frequency for your monitor, and follow the procedure accordingly.
7.5
No Monitor Display or the Display Drifts
The wrong horizontal frequency or resolution has been selected for the
monitor or for the application program.
Ê Find out which horizontal frequency your monitor screen supports. You will
find the horizontal frequency (also known as line frequency or horizontal
deflection frequency) in the documentation for your monitor.
Ê Refer to the documentation for your operating system or corresponding
software for the screen controller for how to set the correct horizontal
frequency for your monitor, and follow the procedure accordingly.
7.6
No Mouse Pointer Displayed on the Monitor
Mouse driver not loaded
Ê Check whether the mouse driver is properly installed and is present when
the application program is started. Detailed information can be found in the
user manuals for the mouse, the operating system or the application
program.
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The Floppy Disk Cannot be Read or Written
Troubleshooting and Tips
Mouse controller disabled
The mouse controller on the system board must be enabled if you use the
supplied mouse.
Ê Check in the BIOS Setup that the mouse controller is Enabled.
7.7
The Floppy Disk Cannot be Read or Written
Ê Check whether the write protection for the floppy disk is activated.
Ê Check the entry for the floppy disk drive in the BIOS Setup.
Ê Check in the BIOS Setup whether the floppy disk drive controller and write
permission are enabled (see technical manual for system board on the
PRIMERGY ServerBooks CD).
7.8
Incorrect Time and/or Date
Ê Set the time and/or date in the operating system or in BIOS Setup.
I If the time and date are repeatedly wrong when you switch ON your
server, you must change the lithium battery. Contact our Service group.
7.9
System Fails to Boot
The system will not boot after installing a new hard disk drive.
Incorrect SCSI configuration (Ultra Wide SCSI Controller)
Ê In the SCSI configuration menu check the settings for the hard disk drives
(SCSI Device Configuration) and the settings under Advanced Configuration
Options.
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7.10
Drives Are Reported as „Dead“
Drives Are Reported as „Dead“
This error message may occur when the server has a RAID controller:
RAID controller configuration incorrect
Ê Check and correct the settings for the drives with the RAID controller utility.
Further information is provided in the manual on the RAID controller.
7.11
Added Drive Reported Defective
This error message may occur when the server has a RAID controller:
RAID controller is not configured for this hard disk drive
The drive was probably installed when the system was switched OFF.
Ê Reconfigure the RAID controller for the drive with the corresponding utility.
Information is contained in the documentation on the RAID controller.
or
Ê Reinstall the drive while the system is switched ON.
If the hard disk drive continues to be shown as defective, then replace it (see
section “Installing/Removing HDD Module/Dummy Module” on page 76 and
section “Hot-swap for HDD Modules” on page 79).
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Hot-Plug PCI Error Indicator Lighting
7.12
Troubleshooting and Tips
Hot-Plug PCI Error Indicator Lighting
MRL sensor was pressed without authorization
The locking slide for the relevant hot-plug PCI board bay was activated without
authorization.
V CAUTION!
The locking slide may only be activated if both indicators for the relevant
PCI slot are not lighting.
If there is a board in the PCI slot whose MRL sensor was illegally
pressed, an NMI is initiated (Blue Screen).
Ê Press the ON/OFF button for longer than five seconds or remove the power
plug.
Ê Reboot the server.
7.13
Hot-Plug PCI Power Indicator not Lighting
after Replacing the Board
Incorrect PCI board installed
Only PCI boards of the same type and with the same settings may be
exchanged.
If the boards do not match, the new board is not commissioned: the enable
sequence is aborted after five seconds and the flashing power indicator extinguishes.
Ê Check the new PCI board for type and settings (mode, speed).
Ê Repeat the replacement process.
V CAUTION!
Observe the safety information in the in chapter “Important
Notes” on page 15.
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Error Messages on the Monitor
Power failure during enable sequence
The enable sequence was aborted. The PCI board was either not installed
correctly (tilted) or the PCI board is defective.
Ê Remove and insert the PCI board correctly.
Ê Repeat the enable process (see section “Replacing hot-plug PCI Boards” on
page 84).
If the error occurs again, it is probable that the PCI board is defective.
Ê Repeat the enable process with a new PCI board.
If the error continue to occur, contact our Service group.
7.14
Error Messages on the Monitor
The meanings of the error messages are explained in the manual for the BIOS
Setup and in the documentation for the relevant components and programs on
the PRIMERGY ServerBooks CD.
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8
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
This chapter describes how to handle hot plug or hot swap components and/or
how to modify your server hardware.
The hot swap procedure increases the availability of the system operation and
guarantees a high degree of data integrity and fail-safe performance.
I Upgrades or replacements of permanently installed components are
described in the Service Manual and may only be performed by Service
staff.
V CAUTION!
Please observe the safety information in chapter “Important Notes”
on page 15.
8.1
Hot-swap Power Supply Units
I A redundant power supply can be created by installing a second hotswap power supply unit. If one power supply unit fails, the other unit
ensures operation can continue uninterrupted. The defective power
supply unit can be replaced online.
8.1.1
Adding a hot-swap Power Supply Unit
The mounting location for the second hot-swap power supply unit contains a
dummy module. This dummy module must be removed before installing a
second power supply unit. Removing/installing the dummy module occurs on
the same way as the power supply unit.
V CAUTION!
Keep the dummy module for future use. If the power supply unit is
removed and not replaced with a new unit, the dummy module must be
reinstalled due to cooling, to comply with applicable EMC regulations
(regulations on electromagnetic compatibility) and to protect against fire.
Ê Insert the second power supply unit, lock it in the free location (see section
“Replacing a Hot-swap Power Supply Unit” on page 74) and connect it to the
line voltage (see section “Connecting the Server to the Line Voltage” on
page 43).
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8.1.2
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
Replacing a Hot-swap Power Supply Unit
Figure 23: Unlocking and removing the power supply unit
V CAUTION!
Before replacing a non defective power supply unit in a non-redundant
configuration (only one power supply unit present) the server must be
switched OFF.
Ê Remove the cable from the installed power supply unit.
Ê Press the latch of the installed power supply unit in the direction of the arrow
(1) and slide the handle simultaneously downward (2).
Ê Remove the power supply unit from the mounting location.
Ê Insert the new power supply unit in the empty location until it engages.
I Make sure that the power supply unit engages correctly in the mounting
location and is locked in position.
This is the only way to avoid the power supply unit being shaken out of
its mountings and damaged during transport.
Ê Connect up the power supply unit.
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8.2
Hot-swap Hard Disk Drives
Hot-swap Hard Disk Drives
Up to six Ultra 3-Wide U320-SCSI hard disk drives can be installed in the
PRIMERGY RX300 server.
The hard disk drives are mounted on a carrier that allows defective drives to be
replaced (hot-swap) or new drives to be added online. The hard disk drive and
the carrier constitute the hard disk drive module (HDD module).
The hot-swap function can only be performed if the RAID is configured appropriately. Further information about the RAID configuration or RAID level can be
found in the RAID controller documentation.
When replacing a HDD module, refer to the hard disk drive indicators in the table
on page 51 as well as section “Hot-swap for HDD Modules” on page 79.
8.2.1
Handling Hard Disk Drives/HDD Modules
Hard disk drives incorporated in the HDD modules are highly sensitive electromagnetic devices and must be handled with great care. It is as likely as not that
incorrect handling will lead to partial and/or total failure of the hard disk drives.
These failures will result in data errors and to loss of data or to total corruption
of the hard disk drive.
Please observe the following rules, which will help avoid such problems
occurring:
●
Store and transport HDD modules only within the limits stipulated in the
specification.
●
When transporting HDD modules (even over short distances), always use
the original packaging (ESD labeling).
●
Never expose a HDD module to a temperature shock. Avoid the formation of
condensation inside and on the outside of the hard disk drive. The hard disk
drives may only be exposed to defined temperature and climatic conditions.
●
Always put the HDD module down carefully, with its largest surface facing
downwards, to avoid the danger of tipping over.
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8.2.2
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
Installing/Removing HDD Module/Dummy Module
V CAUTION!
Under no circumstances should you remove a HDD module while the
system is in operation if you are not sure that the hard disk drive is
operated by a RAID controller and belongs to a disk array that is
operating in RAID level 1,5 or 10.
V CAUTION!
The HDD modules (drives) must be marked clearly so that they can be
put back into their original place after an upgrade. If this is not taken into
account, existing data can be destroyed.
The hard disk drives that can be ordered for the PRIMERGY RX300 are
delivered as HDD modules, with the hard disk drives preinstalled on carriers.
The hard disk drive may only be removed from the carrier by personnel with the
appropriate technical training in compliance with the appropriate ESD guidelines (see section “Modules with electrostatic-sensitive components” on
page 20).
Free slots are provided with a dummy module that must be removed before
installing an additional HDD module.
Removing the dummy module
Ê Press both tabs (a) on the dummy module together (see figure 24 on
page 77) until the locking mechanism disengages and remove the dummy
module from the mounting location.
The dummy module is installed in the reverse order.
V CAUTION!
Keep the dummy module for future use. If the HDD module is removed
again and not replaced with a new module, the dummy module must be
reinstalled due to cooling, to comply with applicable EMC regulations
(regulations on electromagnetic compatibility) and to protect against fire.
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a
a
Figure 24: Dummy module and corresponding HDD module
Installing the HDD module
V CAUTION!
The HDD module must be acclimatized in its operating environment for
an acclimatization time.
Temperature difference (°C)
(operating environment/outside temperature)
5
10
Minimum
acclimatization time
(hours)
3
5
15
20
25
7
8
9
30
10
Table 7: Acclimatization time for the HDD module
Ê Open the locking mechanism by pressing the locking button (1).
Ê Push the handle of the HDD module fully in the direction of the arrow.
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1
2
3
4
Figure 25: Installing the HDD module
Ê Carefully push the HDD module into the empty slot (1) until it stops.
Ê Push the handle completely in the direction of the arrow (2) until the locking
mechanism (3) engages (4).
To remove the drive, follow the same procedure in the reverse order.
I If the HDD modules are provided with a transport lock (1 in the next
figure) remove these before you open the locking mechanism.
Figure 26: HDD module: remove the transport lock
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8.2.3
Hot-swap Hard Disk Drives
Hot-swap for HDD Modules
V CAUTION!
The hot-swap function can only be performed if the RAID is configured
appropriately.
Only remove a HDD module during operation if the drive is not being
accessed. Observe the control LEDs for the corresponding HDD module
(see the hard disk drive indicators in the table on page 51).
If you want to replace a HDD module during operation, proceed as follows:
Ê If you want to remove a HDD module that is not defective, the drive must be
first set to offline via the software (RAID controller configuration software).
Ê Now pull out the HDD module a few centimeters.
Ê Wait for at least 60 seconds.
I This period is necessary for the RAID controller to recognize that a
HDD module has been pulled out and for the hard disk drive to come
to a stop.
Ê Pull out the HDD module fully.
Ê Insert the new HDD module.
If you remove a HDD module and do not replace it with a new module, insert a
dummy module into the empty mounting location. Ensure that the dummy
module engages correctly in the mounting location.
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Hot-swap Magnetic Tape Drive
8.3
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
Installing/Removing a hot-swap Magnetic
Tape Drive
A hot-swap tape drive can be installed optionally in the drive cage. Two
mounting locations are occupied as a result in the drive cage, which are then no
longer available for HDD modules. This magnetic tape drive can be replaced
online.
The optional hot-swap magnetic tape drive needs two superimposed mounting
locations in the drive cage. The dummy modules installed in each of the slots
should be removed.
Ê Remove the dummy modules from the two slots (see section
“Installing/Removing HDD Module/Dummy Module” on page 76).
V CAUTION!
Keep the dummy modules. If the drive is removed and not replaced
with a new drive, the dummy module must be reinstalled due to
cooling, to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on
electromagnetic compatibility) and to protect against fire.
The hot-swap magnetic tape drives that can be ordered for the PRIMERGY
RX300 are delivered preinstalled on carriers. The magnetic tape drive may only
be removed from the carrier by personnel with the appropriate technical training
in compliance with the appropriate ESD guidelines (see section “Modules with
electrostatic-sensitive components” on page 20).
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Hot-swap Magnetic Tape Drive
Figure 27: Unlocking the magnetic tape drive
Ê Open the locking mechanism by pressing the locking button (1).
Ê Push the handle of the module fully in the direction of the arrow.
1
2
3
Figure 28: Installing a magnetic tape drive
Ê Carefully push the drive into the empty mounting location (1) until it stops.
Ê Push the handle completely in the direction of the arrow (2) until the locking
mechanism engages (3).
To remove the drive, follow the same procedure in the reverse order.
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Fan Unit
8.4
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
Replacing a Fan Unit
The server is at least equipped with one fan unit which includes four fans. The
location for the second fan unit is equipped with a fan cover.
If two fan units are installed, the fans operate in a redundant system. If a fan fails,
the corresponding fan unit can be replaced during operation (hot-swap). If only
one fan unit is installed it can be only removed if the server is switched OFF.
The failure of a fan is notified by the Global Error indicator on the front and rear
of the server (lights orange).
The LED on the fan unit shows which of them contains a defective fan (figure 22
on page 55):
8.4.1
Removing the Fan Unit
If only one fan unit is present, this must be installed in the mounting location 1
(see figure 22 on page 55).
2
1
Figure 29: Removing the fan unit
Ê Pull the two snap-on bolts upwards (1) and remove the fan unit from its
location (2).
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8.4.2
Fan Unit
Installing the Fan Unit
If a second fan unit will be installed, the fan cover from the mounting location
must be removed. Removing/installing the fan cover occurs on the same way as
the fan unit (see also section “Removing the Fan Unit” on page 82).
V CAUTION!
Keep the fan cover. If the fan unit is removed and not replaced with a new
unit, the fan cover must be reinstalled due to cooling, to comply with
applicable EMC regulations (regulations on electromagnetic compatibility) and to protect against fire.
V CAUTION!
Make sure the two snap-on bolts are not engaged! The locking
mechanism can be destroyed if the fan unit/fan cover will be inserted into
the location with engaged snap-on bolts.
2
1
3
Figure 30: Installing the fan unit
Ê Pull the two snap-on bolts on the new fan unit upwards (1)
Ê Insert the fan unit into the empty location.
Ê Push in the snap-on bolts (3) for locking the fan unit in position.
I The fans in the new fan unit are measured via express commands in the
server management. As a function of the results the LED (see figure 22
on page 55) is set to light up green (fan o.k.) or to light up orange/red (fan
defective).
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Hot-plug PCI Boards
8.5
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
Replacing hot-plug PCI Boards
V CAUTION!
The actions described in this section may only be performed by
personnel with the appropriate technical training. Any unauthorized
openings and improper repairs could expose the user to risks
(electric shock, fire hazards) and could also damage the equipment.
Please observe the safety information in chapter “Important Notes”
on page 15.
In order to replace a hot-plug PCI board, the housing cover must be removed
as the slots are not directly accessible (see section “Opening/Closing the
Housing” on page 90).
V CAUTION!
The housing cover must be replaced as fast as possible due to cooling,
to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on electromagnetic compatibility) and to protect against fire. the maximum opening time
of the housing cover amounts to 60 minutes.
The failure of a hot-plug PCI board is notified on the corresponding slot on the
rear of the server (see table 5 on page 53).
Ê You should read the accompanying documentation supplied with the board
beforehand.
I Only PCI boards of the same type and with the same settings may be
exchanged. If the boards do not match, the new board will not be
commissioned.
Ê If necessary, start the PCI hot-plug software (PCI Card HotReplace). You will
find operating instructions in the file “README for the PCI Hot Plug Software
V3.0” on the ServerStart CD.
Ê Deactivate the board using the relevant PCI hot-plug software or by pressing
the button (a) (see figure 31 on page 85).
The power indicator for the hot-plug PCI slot (see table 5 on page 53)
flashes green. The slot is in the disable sequence.
Ê Wait until the power indicator changes its status (not lighting). The slot is now
powered off.
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1
a
2
Figure 31: Installing hot-plug PCI boards
Ê Move the locking slide on the card guide in the direction of the rear side (1).
V CAUTION!
The locking slide may only be moved if both indicators for the relevant
PCI slot are not lighting.
The locking slide activates the MRL sensor, which informs the
operating system that the PCI slot has been deactivated.
If the MRL sensor is activated without authorization (one of the LEDs
is still lighting) and there is a board in the PCI slot, an NMI is initiated
(blue screen). This state cannot be exited. There is a risk that data
may be lost.
Ê Remove all cables attached to the board.
Ê Using the pull out aid, remove carefully the board out of the PCI slot (2).
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Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
Ê Mount the new PCI board into the pull out aid as described in the next
section.
Ê Insert the pre-assembled PCI board (position C on figure 33 on page 88
and/or figure 34 on page 89) into the hot-plug PCI slot and fasten it with the
locking slide (sliding to the inside).
Ê Activate the board using the relevant software or by pressing the button (a).
The power indicator for the hot-plug PCI slot (see table 5 on page 53)
flashes green. The slot is in the enable sequence.
Ê Wait until the power indicator lights constant. The slot is now powered on.
I If the boards do not match, the new board will not be commissioned
(see section “Hot-Plug PCI Power Indicator not Lighting after
Replacing the Board” on page 70).
Ê Replace the housing cover (see section “Opening/Closing the Housing” on
page 90).
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8.5.1
Hot-plug PCI Boards
Mounting the PCI board into the pull out aid
Before installing the PCI board, it must be mounted into the pull out aid:
Half height low profile PCI board
Figure 32: Prepare the hot-plug pull out aid
Ê Break off the two slider (1) and push it into the two guidances (2).
Which of the guidances are to be used, depends on the card form:
– For a long card the two guidances as shown in the figure have to be used.
– For a court card the first and the second guidance have to be used.
Ê Press the sliders in the direction of the arrow for a few millimeters until it
engage (3).
I To remove the slider from the recess, press it down completely.
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A
B
33
3
1
2
C
Figure 33: Mounting the half height low profile PCI board
Ê Place the PCI board (A) into the slot of the prepared pull out aid (B) (1 + 2).
Ê Carefully press down the two sliders (3) until the PCI board is fixed (C).
Do not jam the board.
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Full size low profile PCI board
A
B
1
2
3
3
C
Figure 34: Mounting the full height low profile PCI board
Ê Place the PCI board (A) into the slot of the prepared pull out aid (B) (1 + 2).
Ê Carefully press the PCI board in the direction of the arrow (3) until it really
engages into the two mounting tabs.
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Opening/Closing the Housing
8.6
Hot-plug/hot-swap Components
Opening/Closing the Housing
V CAUTION!
The actions described in this section may only be performed by
personnel with the appropriate technical training. Any unauthorized
openings and improper repairs could expose the user to risks
(electric shock, fire hazards) and could also damage the equipment.
Please observe the safety information in chapter “Important Notes”
on page 15.
V CAUTION!
The housing cover must be replaced as fast as possible due to cooling,
to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on electromagnetic compatibility) and to protect against fire. the maximum opening time
of the housing cover amounts to 60 minutes.
8.6.1
Removing the cover
2
1
Figure 35: Opening the housing
Ê Release the locking mechanism (1) e.g. with a pencil and turn the knob in
the direction of the arrow (2).
Ê Remove the cover.
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8.6.2
Opening/Closing the Housing
Mounting the cover
Ê Bring the knob of the cover into the unlocked position as described in the
previous section (see also the print on the cover).
1
2
a
b
Figure 36: Closing the housing
Ê Place the cover on the housing (1) with the locking pin (a) into the oblong
hole (b).
Ê Turn the knob anti-clockwise until the cover is closed and the locking pin
engages.
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9
Expansions and Conversions
Upgrading to redundant power supply
A redundant power supply can be created by installing a second hot-swap
power supply unit. If one power supply unit fails, the other unit ensures operation
can continue uninterrupted. The defective power supply unit can be replaced
online.
Upgrading to redundant fans
The server can optionally be upgraded to redundant fans. In this case an
additional fan unit (with four fans) is installed. If one fan in one fan unit fails, the
defective fan can be replaced during operation. The second fan unit ensures
operation can continue uninterrupted.
Converting from a SCSI single-channel version to a SCSI dual-channel
version
The internal SCSI configuration can be upgraded from a single-channel to a
dual-channel. This reduces the hard disk drive access times. The simultaneous
use of the dual-channel version and a RAID controller significantly increases the
availability of the system.
Additional hot-swap tape drive
A hot-swap tape drive can be installed optionally in the drive cage. Two
mounting locations are occupied as a result in the drive cage, which are then no
longer available for HDD modules.
Additional RemoteView
RemoteView is a fully featured remote test and diagnosis package. The test and
diagnosis software is stored on a chipDISK. The chipDISK is a memory module
with an IDE interface. In the event of an error, the test and diagnosis software is
automatically loaded from the chipDISK and then executed.
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Additional RemoteView Service Board
The RemoteView Service Board (RSB) is a PCI board with a fully independent
system; in other words, it has its own operating system with Web server and
SNMP agent and is available with an optional external power supply. The RSB
is mounted via a riser card into the standard PCI slot 5 (see figure 1 on page 3
and figure 2 on page 4) and connected to the system board with a power cable
and data cable. The RSB allows remote diagnosis for system analysis, remote
system configuration and a remote restart should the operating system or
hardware fail. It comes with its own LAN connection as well as its own COM
port. In this way, all functions are made available either via LAN or via modem.
Additional LocalView module (alphanumeric system display)
The LocalView module provides an alphanumeric display of system information
and hardware errors. It is an intelligent module with a microcontroller and its
own memory that can run independently of the attached server system.
The LocalView module includes the LCD panel and the toggle switch, both
integrated in a peripheral bay. The mechanism used allows the module to be
pulled out and opened with ease. The LocalView module can be installed into
the designated slot (see figure 17 on page 48) in the server. Further information
about operation and display modes is provided in the corresponding LocalView
documentation.
Additional external SCSI interface
One channel of the onboard controller can also be made available via an
external SCSI interface for connecting e. g. storage subsystems.
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AC
Alternating Current
ANSI
American National Standard Institut
ASR&R
Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart
BIOS
Basic Input-Output System
BMC
Baseboard Management Controller
CC
Cache Coherency
CD
Compact Disk
CD-ROM
Compact Disk-Read Only Memory
CHS
Cylinder Head Sector
CMOS
Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
COM
Communication
CPU
Central Processing Unit
DC
Direct Current
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Abbreviations
DIMM
Dual Inline Memory Module
DIP
Dual Inline Package
DMA
Direct Memory Access
DMI
Desktop Management Interface
ECC
Errror Checking and Correcting
ECP
Extended Capabilities Port
EEPROM
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
EMC
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility)
EMP
Emergency Management Port
EPP
Enhanced Parallel Port
ESD
ElectroStatic Discharge
FPC
Front Panel Controller
FRU
Field Replaceable Unit
FSB
Front Side Bus
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GAM
Global Array Manager
GUI
Graphical User Interface
HDD
Hard Disk Drive
HSC
Hot-Swap Controller
I²C
Inter-Integrated Circuit
I/O
Input/Output
ICM
Intelligent Chassis Management
ID
Identification
IDE
Intergrated Drive Electronics
IRQ
Interrupt Request Line
LAN
Local Area Network
LBA
Logical Block Address
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
LUN
Logical Unit Number
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Abbreviations
LVD
Low-Voltage Differential SCSI
MMF
Multi Mode Faser
MRL
Manually Retention Latch
NMI
Non Maskable Interrupt
NVRAM
Non Volatile Random Access Memory
OS
Operating System
PCI
Peripheral Component Interconnect
PDA
Prefailure Detection and Analysing
POST
Power ON Self Test
RAID
Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks
RAM
Random Access Memory
ROM
Read-Only Memory
RSB
Remote Service Board
RTC
Real Time Clock
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RTDS
Remote Test- und Diagnose-System
SAF-TE
SCSI Accessed Fault-Tolerance Enclosures
SBE
Single Bit Error
SCA
Single Connector Attachment
SCSI
Small Computer System Interface
SDR
Sensor Data Record
SDRAM
Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
SEL
System Event Log
SMI
System Management Interrupt
SSU
System Setup Utility
SVGA
Super Video Graphics Adapter
USB
Universal Serial Bus
VGA
Video Graphics Adapter
ZCR
Zero Channel RAID
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Related Publications
PRIMERGY manuals are available as PDF file on the ServerBooks CD. The
ServerBooks CD is part of the ServerStart Bundle delivered with each server
system.
The actual version of the necessary manuals can be downloaded free of charge
from the Internet. The overview page showing the online documentation
available in the Internet can be found via the URL:
http://manuals.fujitsu-siemens.com (choose: intel based servers/PRIMERGY
ServerBooks).
[1]
Safety and Ergonomics
[2]
Warranty
[3]
PRIMECENTER Rack
Technical Manual
[4]
DataCenter Rack
Technical Manual
[5]
19 inch (Classic) Rack
Technical Manual
[6]
LocalView
User Manual
[7]
PRIMERGY ServerStart
Benutzerhandbuch/User’s Guide
[8]
ServerView
Server Management
User Manual
[9]
ServerView Extension
ServerView Extension for HP OpenView NNM
[10]
ServerView/Plus for Tivoli
[11]
RemoteView
User Manual
[12]
RemoteView Service Board
Installation Guide
[13]
System Board D1409
Technical Manual
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Related Publications
[14]
Adaptec HostRAID
User’s Guide
[15]
BIOS-Setup
Reference Manual
[16]
Configurator
For partners and distributors only:
http://extranet.fujitsu-siemens.com/cafe/products/primergy
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Index
3rd-Party Rack
installing in 34
requirements 30
A
accessible drives
CD-ROM 5
DVD-ROM 5
floppy disk drive 5
tape drive 5
acclimatization time 77
server 27
alphanumeric system display
LocalView 94
articulated cable carrier 38
fixing 38
ASR&R 6
availability 6
B
BIOS
security functions 63
BIOS update 8
blue screen (error)
MRL sensor illegally activated 70
bracket
for telescopic rails 32
C
cable management 34
cable tie 39
cables
connecting 45
disconnecting 45
CD burner
indicator 48
CD-ROM drive
indicator 48, 49
CE certification 10, 21
chipkill 6
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Classic Rack
requirements 29
cleaning
monitor, mouse, server,
keyboard 61
closing
housing 90
components
hardware/software 1
configuring
server 7, 58
connecting
cables 45
external devices 45
connectors
external SCSI 42
power supply 42
consumables 24
control panel 47
correcting error 65
CPU
fans 6
D
data manipulation 1
data protection 63
DataCenter Rack
requirements 29
delivery note 28
devices
connecting to the server 42
disconnecting
cables 45
disposal
devices 25
drive
"dead" 69
defective 69
drive access
indicator 48, 49
103
Index
dummy module
HDD module 76
DVD-ROM drive
indicator 48
external devices
connecting 45
external SCSI interface
extension 94
E
ECC 6
EDC 6
electrical data 9
electromagnetic compatibility 10, 21
EMC 10
Environment Protection 24
environmental conditions 11
error
display drifts 67
drive "dead" 69
drive defective 69
floppy disk cannot be read or
written 68
incorrect PCI board installed 70
MRL sensor illegally activated 70
no mouse pointer 67
power failure during enable
sequence 70
screen remains dark 66
screen shows flickering stripes 67
server switches off 66
system does not boot 68
wrong date 68
wrong time 68
Error Correcting Code 6
Error Detection Code 6
error message
on screen 71
ESD (devices sensitive to electrostatic
discharge) 20
ESD-sensitive devices 20
extensions
external SCSI interface 94
hot-swap tape drive 93
LocalView 94
RemoteView Service Board 93
F
fan cover
installing/removing 82
fan unit
installing/removing 82
fans
CPU 6
power supply unit 6
system 6
fault
display drifts 67
screen dark 67
screen shows flickering stripes 67
system does not boot 68
FCC statement 21
features 3
flash EPROM 8
floppy disk
cannot be read or written 68
floppy disk drive
indicator 48, 50
104
G
GAM 58
Global Array Manager (GAM) 58
Global Error
indicator 42, 48, 49, 52
graphics card 43
H
hard disk drive 4
carrier 75
handling 75
HDD module 75
hot-swap 75
indicator 48, 49, 50
online replacing 79
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Index
HDD module
acclimatization time 27, 77
carrier 76
dummy module 75
handling 75
hard disk drive 76
hot-swap 7, 79
installing/removing 76
height units 32
HostRAID 58, 59
RAID functionality 5
hot-plug
PCI board 84
PCI slot 1
hot-plug PCI
error indicator 52, 53, 60, 70
power indicator 52, 53, 60, 70
hot-plug PCI board
replacing 84
hot-plug PCI power indicator
does not light when board replaced
(error) 70
hot-plug PCI slot 3
startup 60
hot-spare memory
memory module 6
hot-swap
fan unit 82
HDD module 75, 79
power supply unit 6, 43, 73
tape drive 5, 80
hot-swap tape drive
extension 93
installing/removing 80
housing
closing 90
opening 90
I
ID
indicator 42, 48, 49, 52
ID button 47, 48
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indicators
CD burner 48
CD-ROM 48
DVD 48
floppy disk drive 48
Global Error 42, 48, 49, 52
hard disk drive 48, 50
HDD access 48, 49
hot-plug PCI 52, 53, 60, 70
ID 42, 48, 49, 52
LAN active 52
LAN connection 52
LocalView 48
on the server 47
power supply unit 54
power-ON indicator 48
power-on indicator 65
tape drive 50
information
additional 2
installation
server 27
system architect 27
installing
PCI hot-plug software 60
server 39
installing in
3rd-Party Rack 34
PRIMECENTER Rack 32
interfaces
USB 48
L
LAN active
indicator 52
LAN connection
indicator 52
light-emitting diode (LED) 19
lithium battery 19
LocalView 48
alphanumeric system display 94
extension 94
LocalView module 5
low-voltage directive 10, 21
105
Index
M
mains voltage
connecting the server 43
meaning
of the symbols 9
memory module
hot-spare memory 6
memory scrubbing 6
model rating plate 28
monitor
display drifts 67
mounting
articulated cable carrier 38
mouse
no mouse pointer
on the screen 67
MRL sensor
illegally activated (error) 70
N
NMI button 47, 48
noise level 11
notational conventions 9
note about the laser 19
O
ON/OFF button 47, 48
onboard SCSI controller
configuring 59
opening
housing 90
operating system
installing 59
operation 47
operation elements 47
overloading 7
P
packaging 24, 28
PCI hot-plug software
installing 60
PCI slot
hot-plug 1
PDA 7
106
ports 42
keyboard port 42
LAN port 42
monitor port 42
mouse 42
parallel port 42
serial (COM1 and COM2) 42
USB port 42
power supply
connectors 42
redundant 6, 43
power supply unit
adding 73
dummy unit 73
fans 6
hot-swap 6, 43, 73
indicators 54
redundant 43
replacing 74
wide range 6
power-on indicator 49
does not light 65
PRIMECENTER Rack
installing in 32
requirements 29
PRIMERGY Diagnostic
LED 8
property protection 63
R
rack
requirements 29
RAID controller
configuring 59
not configured
for hard disk drive 69
RAID level 7
recycling
devices 25
redundancy
fans 6
power supply 6
redundant fans
upgrading 93
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Index
redundant power supply
upgrading 93
reliability 6
RemoteView 8
RemoteView Service Board
extension 93
replacing
hot-plug PCI board 84
requirements
3rd-Party Rack 30
Classic Rack 29
DataCenter Rack 29
PRIMECENTER Rack 29
reset button 47, 48
routing cables 34
S
safety 15
saving energy 24
screen
error message 71
flickering 67
no display 67
remains dark 66
screen dark 67
shows flickering stripes 67
SCSI
external connector 42
SCSI controller
HostRAID 5
SCSI interface
external 94
SCSI-1 channel in 2 channel
upgrading 93
security functions 1
setup password 63
system password 63
unauthorized access 63
server
acclimatization time 27
closing the housing 90
configuring 58
connecting external devices 42
connecting mains voltage 43
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control panel 47
correcting error 65
data protection 63
dimensions 10
electrical data 9
environmental conditions 11
extensions 93
fan cover 82
height units 32
HostRAID 5
hot-swap fan unit 82
hot-swap power supply unit 73
hot-swap tape drive 80
ID button 47, 48
indicators 47, 48
installing 39
keyboard port 42
LAN port 42
monitor port 42
mouse port 42
NMI button 47, 48
noise level 11
ON/OFF button 47, 48
opening the housing 90
operation 47
parallel port 42
ports 42
power-on indicator 49
property protection 63
reset button 47, 48
routing cables 34
safety standards 9, 10
serial port (COM1 and COM2) 42
service 8
standards 10
startup 47
switches itself off (error) 66
switching OFF 56
switching ON 56
technical data 9
transport 22
troubleshooting 65
unpacking 28
upgrades 93
107
Index
USB port 42
ventilation clearance 10
weight 10
server management 7
ServerStart 7, 58
ServerView 7
supported functions 7
service
PRIMERGY Diagnostic LED 8
server 8
touch point 8
setup password 63
standards 10
startup
hot-plug PCI slot 60
server 47
sticker 24
support bracket 32
switching OFF
server 56
switching ON
server 56
switch-OFF time
define 57
switch-ON time
define 57
system
fans 6
system architect 27
system board 3
PRIMERGY Diagnostic LED 8
system does not boot 68
system fans
redundant 6
system password 63
telescopic rail 34
telescopic rails
bracket 32
time, wrong 68
touch point
service 8
transport damage 28
troubleshooting, server 65
U
unauthorized access 63
unpacking
server 28
upgrades
redundant fans 93
redundant power supply 93
SCSI-1 channel in 2 channel 93
USB
interface 48
V
ventilation
fans 6
ventilation clearance 10
W
weight 10
Z
Zero Channel RAID controller
(ZCR) 5
T
take-back
devices 25
tape drive
hot-swap 5, 80
indicator 50
target group 2
technical data 9
108
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