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Acer Altos G700 series
User’s guide
Model G701
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Copyright © 2003 Acer Incorporated
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Acer Altos G700 series
User’s guide
3rd issue: February 2003
Changes may be made periodically to the information in this publication without obligation
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Notices
FCC notice
Class A devices do not have an FCC logo or FCC IDE on the label. Class B devices
have an FCC logo or FCC IDE on the label. Once the class of the device is
determined, refer to the following corresponding statement.
Class A equipment
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to
correct the interference at personal expense.
Class B equipment
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This device generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
•
Increase the separation between the device and receiver
•
Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help
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Notice: Shield cables
All connections to other computing devices must be made using shielded cables
to maintain compliance with FCC regulations.
Notice: Peripheral devices
Only peripherals (input/output devices, terminals, printers, etc.) certified to
comply with the Class A or Class B limits may be attached to this equipment.
Operation with noncertified peripherals is likely to result in interference to
radio and TV reception.
Caution! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the manufacturer could void the user’s authority, which is granted
by the Federal Communications Commission, to operate this
server.
Use conditions
This part complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Notice: Canadian users
This Class A/Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Laser compliance statement
The CD-ROM drive in this server is a laser product. The CD-ROM drive’s
classification label (shown below) is located on the drive.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
CAUTION: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. AVOID EXPOSURE TO
BEAM.
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Important safety instructions
Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future reference.
1
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
2
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
3
Do not use this product near water.
4
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product
may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
5
Slots and openings on the back or bottom side of the chassis are provided
for ventilation; to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect
it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. The
openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa,
rug, or other similar surface. This product should never be placed near or
over a radiator or heat register, or in a built-in installation unless proper
ventilation is provided.
6
This product should be operated from the type of power indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult
your dealer or local power company.
7
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this
product where persons will walk on the cord.
8
If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total
ampere rating of the equipment plugged into the extension cord does not
exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Also, make sure that the total
rating of all products plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed the fuse
rating.
9
Never push objects of any kind into this product through chassis slots as
they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
product.
10
Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage points or other risks. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
11
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
a
When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed
b
If liquid has been spilled into the product
c
If the product has been exposed to rain or water
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d
If the product does not operate normally when the operating
instructions are followed. Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operating instructions since improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work
by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal condition.
e
If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged
f
If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a
need for service.
12
Replace the battery with the same type as the product's battery we
recommend. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
Refer battery replacement to a qualified service technician.
13
Warning! Batteries may explode if not handled properly. Do not
disassemble or dispose of them in fire. Keep them away from children and
dispose of used batteries promptly.
14
Use only the proper type of power supply cord set (provided in your
accessories box) for this unit. It should be a detachable type: UL listed/CSA
certified, type SPT-2, rated 7A 125V minimum, VDE approved or its
equivalent. Maximum length is 15 feet (4.6 meters).
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Notices
FCC notice
Laser compliance statement
Important safety instructions
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1 System tour
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Features summary
External and internal structure
Front bezel
Front panel
Rear panel
Internal components
System boards
Mainboard layout
Hot-swap HDD Cage layout
2 System setup
Setting up the system
Preinstallation requirements
Connecting peripherals
Connecting the PS/2 keyboard
Connecting the PS/2 mouse
Connecting the VGA monitor
Connecting a printer
Connecting the power cable
Turning on the system
Power-on problems
Operating system configuration
Network connection
Tower-to-rack option
Turning off the system
3 Upgrading the system
Upgrading the system
Installation precautions
Opening the server
Opening the front bezel
Removing the front bezel
Removing the side panel
Removing the air baffle
Configuring the hot-swappable cage
Removing the hot-swappable cage
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Installing a hard disk into the hot-swappable cage
hard disk carrier
Installing the hot-swappable cage
Installing and removing storage devices
Replacing the 3.5-inch floppy drive
Installing a 5.25-inch storage device (optional)
Upgrading the CPU
To remove a CPU with heatsink
To install a CPU with heatsink
Upgrading the system memory
To remove a DIMM
To install a DIMM
Installing an expansion card
To install an expansion card
Installing a redundant power supply module
To install a redundant power supply module
Installing a hot-swappable HDD fan
To remove a hot-swappable HDD fan
To install a hot-swappable HDD fan
4 BIOS setup
BIOS setup
Entering BIOS setup
Main
System Information
Advanced
Super I/O Configuration
IDE Configuration
Floppy Configuration
PCI/PnP Configuration
Boot Settings Configuration
Event Log Configuration
Onboard Devices Configuration
Remote Access
Power
Boot
Boot Device Priority
Hard Disk Drives
Removable Devices
ATAPI CD-ROM Drives
Security
To set a Supervisor/User password
To change the Supervisor/User password
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To remove the User password
Exit
Appendix A
ASM & RDM quick installation guide
Installing ASM
System requirements
System setup
Installing RDM
System requirements
RDM Console setup
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Appendix B
Rack installation guide
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System rack installation
Vertical mounting hole pattern
Screw types for rack installation
Installing cage nuts
Installing the system into the rack
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Index
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1 System tour
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The Acer Altos G700 series server is a powerful
dual-processor system loaded with a host of
new and innovative features. The system
offers a new standard for flexible productivity
ideal for general business applications, email,
web service, file clustering and print services.
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Features summary
Highlighted below are the system’s key features:
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Single or dual Intel® XeonTM processor
•
ServerWorks GC-LE core logic chipset consisting of three distinct
components:
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CMIC LE - north/host bridge
•
CSB5 - south bridge
•
CIOB-X2 - I/O bridge
•
Onboard Broadcom BCM5701H 10/100/1000Base-T Gigabit
Ethernet controller
•
Adaptec® AIC-7902W Dual Channel SCSI controller chipset
•
Channel A - one 68-pin Ultra 320/m SCSI connector
• Channel B - one 68-pin Ultra 320/m SCSI connector
•
Six PCI bus slots with four separate bus segments
•
Two 64-bit/133 MHz PCI-X bus slots
•
Two 64-bit/100 MHz PCI-X bus slots
•
One 64-bit/66 MHz PCI bus slot
•
One 32-bit/33 MHz PCI bus slot
•
ATI Rage XL chipset with 8 MB SDRAM of video memory
•
Six DIMM sockets supporting ECC 266 MHz DDR modules for a
maximum memory capacity of 12 GB
•
Media storage
• 3.5-inch, 1.44 MB floppy drive
• IDE CD-ROM drive
•
Additional media storage capacity
• Altos G701 - two hot-swappable cages (4 hard disk capacity
per cage) with a maximum storage space of 1168 GB
•
External ports
• PS/2-compatible keyboard and
mouse port
• Two USB ports
• VGA/monitor port
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Serial port
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Parallel/printer port
Two LAN ports
Power supply unit (PSU)
• Altos G701 - 450-watts redundant power supply (with power
distribution board)
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1 System tour
External and internal structure
Front bezel
Note: One pair of system keys are provided inside the accessory
box. .
No.
Description
1
Power indicator
2
Hard disk activity indicator
3
System fault indicator
4
Hard disk fault indicator
5
Security keylock
6
Front bezel
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Front panel
No.
Description
1
CD-ROM drive Stop/Eject button
2
CD-ROM drive activity indicator
3
CD-ROM drive
4
Volume control
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No.
Description
5
CD-ROM drive Headphone/Earphone port
6
5.25-inch half-height bays
7
HDD carrier
8
Altos G701 - hot-swappable cages
9
Floppy drive Eject button
10
Floppy drive
11
Floppy drive activity indicator
12
Power button
13
Reset button
14
Power indicator
15
Hard disk activity indicator
16
System fault indicator
17
Hard disk fault indicator
18
Hot-swap HDD power indicator 1
19
Hot-swap HDD access indicator 2
1 This indicator lights up green to indicate HDD power on.
2 This indicator lights up green to indicate drive access or amber when an HDD fault occurs.
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Rear panel
No.
Icon
Description
1
Altos G701 model - Main power supply indicator 1
2
Main power supply fail indicator 2
3
Main power supply AC power indicator 3
4
Main power supply cable socket
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No.
Icon
Description
5
PS/2 keyboard port
6
PS/2 mouse port
7
USB ports
8
RDM LAN port (10 Mbps) 4
9
Serial port
10
Parallel/printer port
11
VGA/monitor port
12
Gigabit LAN port (10/100/1000 Mbps)
13
Expansion slots
14
Altos G701 model - Power supply module bay for
redundant PSU 5
15
Rear system fan
16
PCI slot lock lever
17
Ventilation slots
1 This indicator will light up green when the power supply module is functioning properly.
2 This indicator will light up amber when the power supply module or any PSU internal fan fails.
3 This indicator will light up green when the input voltage meets the requirements of the AC input
voltage range.
4 Reserved for RDM.
5 Though the system supports two hot-swappable power supply module bays, the system comes
bundled with only a single power supply module. You have the option to separately purchase an
extra power supply module to provide the system with redundant power source.
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Internal components
No.
Description
1
Altos G701 model - Power supply module bay for redundant
PSU 1
2
Rear system fan
3
Rear system fan release latch
4
PCI bus slot
5
Mainboard
6
Air baffle
7
Power distribution board
8
Hot-swap HDD fans
9
Hot-swap HDD backplane board
1 Though the system supports two hot-swappable power supply module bays, the
system comes bundled with a single power supply module only. You have the option to
purchase an extra power supply module to provide the system with redundant power
source.
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1 System tour
System boards
Mainboard layout
The mainboard becomes accessible once you open the system. It
should look like the figure shown below
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Note: All mainboard features indicated on the table below apply
to the Altos G701models.
Item
Description
BT1
Battery
BZ1
Buzzer
CN1
+12V power connector
CN2
ATX power connector
CN3
Upper: RDM LAN port (10 Mbps)
Lower: USB ports
CN4
VGA/monitor port
COM1
Serial port
CPU1 and CPU2
CPU sockets
DM1 and DM6
DIMM slots
J2
Front panel connector
J3
Floppy disk drive connector
J4
Primary IDE connector
J5
Secondary IDE connector
J6
BMC daughter board connector
J8
Chassis intrusion connector
J9 J10
J11
1-2
Disable Password Check
3-4
Clear NVRAM
5-6
Enable Recovery
7-8
Reserve
9-10
Reserve
Wake on LAN connector
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Item
Description
JF2
Rear system fan connector
JF5 and JF6
System Front Fan 2 and 1
Fan Pin out #1
GND
#2
+12V
#3
Sense Pulse
JP3
Power supply I2C connector
JP5
SCSI backplane I2C connector
JP11
Clear CMOS
1 - 2 Normal
2 - 3 Clear CMOS
JP12
PCI SCSI LED
KM1
Upper: PS/2 mouse port
Lower: PS/2 keyboard port
LAN1
Gigabit LAN port (10/100/1000 Mbps)
LTP1
Parallel/printer port
SLOT1
One 64-bit/66 MHz PCI bus slot
SLOT2 and SLOT3
64-bit/133 MHz PCI-X bus slots
SLOT4 and SLOT5
64-bit/100 MHz PCI-X bus slots
SLOT6
32-bit/33 MHz PCI bus slot
SCSI1 and SCSI2
SCSI connectors
U29
ServerWorks GC LE CMIC-LE chipset (north bridge)
U41
System clock
U46
BCM5701H Gigabit LAN chipset
U57
Adaptec AIC-7902W chipset
U62 and U79
ServerWorks GC LE CIOBx2 chipset (I/O bridge)
U64
ATI Rage XL VGA chipset
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Item
Description
U76
Video RAM
U82
BIOS chipset
U87
ServerWorks GC LE CSB5 chipset (south bridge)
U91
PC87417 SIO - Super I/O chipset
VRM1
Onboard VRMs (Voltage Regulator Module)
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Hot-swap HDD Cage layout
Note: The hot-swap SCSI HDD Cage can not be cascaded for the
Altos G701 model.
Label
Description
1
122-pin SAF-TE connector
2
Four 80-pin SCSI HDD connectors
3
68-pin SCSI HDD connector
4
80-pin SCSI HDD connector
5
6-pin I2C bus link
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2 System setup
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This chapter gives you instructions on how to set up
your system. Procedures on how to connect
peripherals are also explained.
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Setting up the system
Preinstallation requirements
Selecting a site
Before unpacking and installing the system, select a suitable site for
the system for maximum efficiency. Consider the following factors
when choosing a site for the system:
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Near a grounded power outlet
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Clean and dust-free
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Stable surface free from vibration
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Well-ventilated and away from sources of heat
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Secluded from electromagnetic fields produced by electrical
devices such as air conditioners, radio and TV transmitters, etc.
Checking the package contents
Check the following items from the package:
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Acer Altos G700 series system
•
Acer Altos G700 series User’s guide (with system binder)
•
EasyBUILDTM Installation guide
•
EasyBUILDTM System CD
•
Acer Altos G700 series Accessory box
•
System keys (behind of the system rear side)
If any of the above items are damaged or missing, contact your dealer
immediately.
Save the boxes and packing materials for future use.
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2 System setup
Connecting peripherals
The system unit, keyboard, mouse, and monitor constitute the basic
system. Before connecting any other peripherals, connect these basic
peripherals first to test if the system is running properly. Instructions
on how to connect a printer is also described here, refer to page 21.
Note: The illustrations shown in this section show the Altos G701
server chassis.
Connecting the PS/2 keyboard
Plug the keyboard cable into the PS/2 keyboard port
port) located on the rear panel of the server.
(purple
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Connecting the PS/2 mouse
Plug the PS/2 mouse cable into the PS/2 mouse port
located on the rear panel of the server.
(green port)
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2 System setup
Connecting the VGA monitor
To connect the VGA monitor, simply plug the monitor cable into the
VGA/monitor port
server.
(blue port) located on the rear panel of the
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Connecting a printer
The system supports both parallel and serial printers.
To connect a parallel printer, plug the printer cable into the parallel/
printer port
server.
(burgundy port) located on the rear panel of the
Note: If you are using a serial printer, connect the printer cable
into the serial port located on the server’s rear panel.
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Connecting the power cable
Plug the power cable into the power cable socket located on the rear
panel of the server. Then plug the other end of the power cable into a
power outlet. The figure below shows a complete connection of the
whole system.
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Turning on the system
After making sure that you have properly set up the system and
connected all the required cables, you can now power on the system.
To power on the system, press the power button on the front panel.
The system starts up and displays a welcome message. After that, a
series of power-on self-test (POST) messages appears. The POST
messages indicate if the system is running well or not.
Note: The illustration below shows the Altos G701 server chassis.
Note: If the system does not turn on or boot after pressing the
power button, go to the next section for the possible causes of the
boot failure.
Aside from the POST messages, you can determine if the system is in
good condition by checking if the following occurred:
•
Power indicator on the front panel lights up (green)
•
Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock indicators on the keyboard
light up
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2 System setup
Power-on problems
If the system does not boot after you have applied power, check the
following factors that might have caused the boot failure.
•
The external power cable may be loosely connected.
Check the power cable connection from the power source to the
power cable socket on the rear panel. Make sure that the cable is
properly connected to the power source and to the power cable
socket.
•
No power comes from the grounded power outlet.
Have an electrician check your power outlet.
•
Loose or improperly connected internal power cables.
Check the internal cable connections. If you are not confident to
perform this step, ask a qualified technician to assist you.
Warning! Make sure all power cords are disconnected from
the electrical outlet before performing this task.
Note: If you have gone through the preceding actions and the
system still fails to boot, ask your dealer or a qualified technician
for assistance.
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Operating system configuration
The Acer Altos G700 series server comes with Acer EasyBUILDTM that
allows you to conveniently install your choice of operating system. To
start using EasyBUILD, follow the steps below.
1
Locate the EasyBUILD System CD included in the system package.
2
With your system turn on, gently press the CD-ROM drive Stop/
Eject button.
3
When the disc tray slides open, insert the EasyBUILD System CD
with the label or title side of the disc facing upward.
Note: When handling the disc, hold it by the edges to avoid
smudges or fingerprints.
4
Gently press the disc down to make sure that it is properly
inserted.
Caution! While pressing the disc, be careful not to bend the disc
tray. Make sure that the disc is properly inserted before closing
the disc tray. Improper insertion may damage both the disc and
the CD-ROM drive.
5
Gently press the drive Stop/Eject button again to close the disc
tray.
6
The Acer EasyBUILD sequence begins. Follow all onscreen
instructions.
For more information, refer to the EasyBUILDTM Installation guide.
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2 System setup
Network connection
The server has two Local Area Network (LAN) ports, both located on
the rear panel, a 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit LAN port suitable for fast
network connection and a 10 Mbps RDM LAN port for remote server
management.
To connect to the network, simply plug the network cable into the
Gigabit LAN port
(gray port).
Note: The illustration below shows the Altos G701 server chassis.
Note: Consult the operating system manual for information on
how to configure the network setup.
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Tower-to-rack option
Aside from its tower configuration, the Acer Altos G700 series server
can also be mounted in a rack-model position. A rack mount kit is
available for customers who want to convert a tower-mounted system
to rack-model design. To purchase a rack mount kit, contact your local
Acer representative.
The figure below shows the server in a rack-mount position.
Note: The illustration below shows the Altos G701 server chassis.
For instructions on tower-to-rack configuration, refer to “System rack
installation” on page 101 .
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2 System setup
Turning off the system
To turn off the server, on the Windows taskbar click on the Start
button, point to Shut Down..., select Shut down from the
drop-down window then click on OK. You can then turn off all
peripherals connected to your server.
If you cannot shut down the server, press the power button for at least
four seconds. Quickly pressing the button may put the server in a
Suspend mode only.
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3 Upgrading the
system
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This chapter discuss the precautionary
measures and installation procedures you
need to know when upgrading the system.
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Upgrading the system
Certain components of the server are upgradeable such as the drives,
the CPU, the memory, and the expansion cards. However, for safety
purposes, we do not recommend that you perform these upgrades
yourself. If you want to replace or upgrade any of these components,
contact your dealer or a qualified service technician for assistance.
Important: Observe the installation precautions described in the
subsequent section when installing or removing a server
component.
Installation precautions
Before you install any server component, we recommend that you read
the following sections. These sections contain important ESD
precautions along with preinstallation and post-installation
instructions.
ESD precautions
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage your processor, disk drives,
expansion boards, and other components. Always observe the
following precautions before you install a server component:
1
Do not remove a component from its protective packaging until
you are ready to install it.
2
Wear a wrist grounding strap and attach it to a metal part of the
server before handling components. If a wrist strap is not
available, maintain contact with the server throughout any
procedure requiring ESD protection.
Preinstallation instructions
Always observe the following before you install any component:
1
Turn off the system and all the peripherals connected to it.
2
Unplug all cables from the power outlets.
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3
Open the system according to the instructions on page 33.
4
Follow the ESD precautions described in this section when
handling a server component.
5
Remove any expansion board(s) or peripheral(s) that block access
to the DIMM socket or other component connector.
See the following sections for specific installation instructions on the
component you want to install.
Warning! Failure to properly turn off the server before you
start installing components may cause serious damage. Do
not attempt the procedures described in the following
sections unless you are a qualified service technician.
Post-installation instructions
Observe the following after installing a server component:
1
See to it that all components are installed according to the
described step-by-step instructions.
2
Reinstall any expansion board(s) or peripheral(s) that you have
previously removed.
3
Reinstall the air baffle.
4
Reinstall the chassis panels.
5
Connect the necessary cables.
6
Turn on the system.
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Opening the server
Caution! Before you proceed, make sure that you have turned
off your system and all peripherals connected to it. Read the
“Preinstallation instructions” on page 31.
You need to open the server before you can install additional
components. The front bezel and left side panel are removable to
allow access to the system’s internal components. Refer to the
following sections for instructions.
Note: The illustrations used in this section shows the Altos G701
server chassis.
Opening the front bezel
A security lock secures the front bezel to protect your system unit
against unauthorized access.
To open the front bezel:
1
Insert the key into the lock and turn it clockwise until it points to
the unlock icon .
2
Pull open the front bezel.
Removing the front bezel
The front bezel is attached to the chassis by screwless hinges.
To remove the front bezel:
1
Unlock the door with the key (when necessary).
2
Open it to more than a 45° angle.
3
Lift it up a little (1), then move it away from the chassis (2).
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Note: The illustration below shows the Altos G701 server chassis.
Removing the side panel
1
Turn off the system and all the peripherals connected to it.
2
Unplug all cables from the power outlets.
3
Place the system unit on a flat, stable surface.
4
Remove the front bezel.
Refer to the preceding section for detailed instructions.
5
Loosen the three thumbscrews located at the end of the left panel
closest to the front panel (1). Keep them for later use.
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6
Slide the left panel slightly forward (2), then upward (3) before
detaching it from the chassis (4).
Removing the air baffle
Once you removed the left panel, most of the system’s internal
components are still hidden from view by the air baffle. Remove the
air baffle to allow easy access to the system components.
Follow the steps below to remove the air baffle:
1
Press the release latch on the right side of the air baffle.
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Pull out the air baffle to remove it from the chassis.
Caution! After completing the component upgrade/replacement
procedures, do not forget to reinstall the air baffle before
replacing the chassis panels. Doing otherwise will reduce the
system’s cooling efficiency which can adversely affect performance
or cause damage due to overheating.
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Configuring the hot-swappable cage
This section includes instructions for removing and installing the
hot-swappable cage as well as procedures on how to install a hard disk
into the cage’s hard disk carrier.
Note: The hot-swap SCSI HDD Cages can not be cascaded for
Altos G701 model.
Removing the hot-swappable cage
Important: Before detaching the hot-swappable cage from the
chassis, make sure to first remove all hard disks from their carriers.
For instructions, refer to the succeeding section.
1
Detach the chassis panels and remove the air baffle.
2
Loosen the four thumbscrews that secure the cage to the chassis
(1).
3
Slightly pull out the cage from the chassis (2).
4
Disconnect the following cables from the cage:
a
SCSI cable
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b
SCSI drive power cable
c
SCSI drive fault LED cable
Pull out the cage from the chassis.
Installing a hard disk into the hot-swappable cage
hard disk carrier
Note: You need not remove the hot-swappable cage from the
chassis to install a hard disk into the cage’s hard disk carrier.
1
Press your finger to the SCSI drive release lever (1), then pull out
the hard disk carrier from the cage (2).
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2
Remove the four screws to open the hard disk carrier. Keep the
screws for later use.
3
When applicable, pull out any previously installed hard disk.
4
Install a hard disk on the hard disk carrier then secure it with the
four screws you have removed earlier.
5
Insert the hard disk carrier into the cage with the lever still
extended.
6
Push the lever back until it clicks into place. Make sure that the
drive is properly inserted before closing the lever.
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Installing the hot-swappable cage
1
Detach the chassis panels and remove the air baffle.
2
Connect the following cables to the SCSI backplane board:
3
a
SCSI cable
b
SCSI drive power cable
c
SCSI drive fault LED cable
Attach the other end of these cables to the corresponding
connectors on the mainboard.
Refer to “Mainboard layout” on page 10 for the location of the
connectors.
4
Insert the hot-swappable cage into the housing (2), then tighten
the four thumbscrews to secure it to the chassis (1).
5
Reinstall the air baffle and the chassis panels.
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Installing and removing storage
devices
The system supports one 3.5-inch and three 5.25-inch internal storage
devices. The system comes pre-installed with a floppy drive and a
CD-ROM drive. The two empty 5.25-inch half-height bays allow you to
install additional drives such as another CD-ROM drive or a tape drive.
These would provide the system additional storage capacity.
Replacing the 3.5-inch floppy drive
1
Observe the ESD precautions and pre-installation procedures
described on page 31.
2
Disconnect the IDE and floppy drive cables from the old drive.
3
Press the release bracket on both sides of the drive carrier (1)
before pulling it out from the chassis (2).
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4
Remove the three screws that hold the old drive to the drive
carrier then pull it out.
5
Install a new 3.5-inch drive to the drive carrier then secure it with
the three screws you have removed earlier.
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6
Insert the drive carrier with the newly-installed floppy drive into
the drive bay.
7
Connect the IDE and floppy drive cables to the new drive.
8
Observe the post-installation instructions described on page 32.
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Installing a 5.25-inch storage device (optional)
Note: If you are installing a new drive in an empty drive bay, skip
steps 2 to 4.
1
Observe the ESD precautions and pre-installation procedures
described on page 31.
2
Disconnect the power and IDE cables from the old drive.
3
Press the release bracket on both sides of the drive carrier (1)
before pulling it out from the chassis (2).
4
Remove the eight screws that hold the old drive to the drive
carrier then pull it out.
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5
Install a new 5.25-inch drive to the drive carrier then secure it with
the eight screws you have removed earlier.
6
Insert the drive carrier with the newly-installed 5.25-inch drive
into the drive bay.
7
Connect the power and IDE cables to the new drive.
8
Observe the post-installation instructions described on page 32.
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Upgrading the CPU
This section includes instructions for removing and installing a CPU.
To remove a CPU with heatsink
Before you can install a new CPU in a socket, remove first any
previously installed CPU from that socket.
Important: Before removing a CPU from the mainboard, make
sure to create a backup file of all important data.
1
Observe the ESD precautions and pre-installation procedures
described on page 31.
2
Locate the CPU socket on the mainboard.
3
To detach the CPU from its socket, follow the steps below:
(1) Depress then lift up the retainer lever up to a 90° angle.
(2) Pull out the CPU from the socket.
Warning! The heatsink becomes very hot when the system
is on. NEVER touch the heatsink with any metal or with
your hands.
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To install a CPU with heatsink
If only one CPU is to be installed, it must be installed in the CPU 1
socket; if such is the case, the CPU 2 socket no longer requires a
termination module.
1
Observe the ESD precautions and pre-installation procedures
described on page 31.
2
Locate the CPU socket on the mainboard.
3
Align the CPU to its socket, making sure that pin 1 (indicated by
the notched corner) of the CPU connects to hole 1 of the socket
(on the bottom right corner).
4
To install the CPU to its socket, follow the steps below:
(1) Insert the CPU into the socket.
(2) Press down the retainer lever to lock the CPU in place.
5
Observe the post-installation instructions described on page 32.
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Upgrading the system memory
This section includes instructions for removing and installing a
memory module.
Memory modules must be installed and removed in pairs, observing
sequential slot positions.
To remove a DIMM
Before you can install a new DIMM in a socket, remove first any
previously installed DIMM from that socket.
Important: Before removing any DIMM from the mainboard,
make sure to create a backup file of all important data.
1
Observe the ESD precautions and pre-installation procedures
described on page 31.
2
Locate the DIMM socket on the mainboard.
3
Press the holding clips on both sides of the socket outward to
release the DIMM (1).
4
Gently pull the DIMM upward to remove it from the socket (2).
Note: Place your forefingers on the top of the DIMM before
pressing the holding clips to gently disengage the DIMM from the
socket.
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To install a DIMM
1
Observe the ESD precautions and pre-installation procedures
described on page 31.
2
Locate the DIMM socket on the mainboard.
3
Open the clips on the socket.
4
Align then insert the DIMM into the socket (1).
5
Press the holding clips inward to lock the DIMM in place (2).
Note: The DIMM socket is slotted to ensure proper installation.
If you insert a DIMM but it does not fit easily into the socket, you
may have inserted it incorrectly. Reverse the orientation of the
DIMM and insert it again.
6
Observe the post-installation instructions described on page 32.
Reconfiguring the system memory
The system automatically detects the amount of memory installed.
Run the BIOS setup to view the new value for total system memory and
make a note of it.
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Installing an expansion card
This section explains how to install an expansion card. The onboard
expansion slots supports PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect)
cards.
Note: The illustrations used in this section shows the Altos G701
server chassis.
To install an expansion card
1
Observe the ESD precautions and pre-installation procedures
described on page 31.
2
Locate an empty expansion slot on the mainboard.
3
Press the slot release latch outward (1).
4
Open the side cover of the slot (2).
5
Pull out the card bracket (3).
6
Remove the expansion card from its protective packaging.
7
Align the card in the empty bracket. Make sure that the card is
properly seated.
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8
Insert the bracket with the card into the selected slot (4).
9
Press the PCI slot lock lever on the rear panel of the server.
10 Observe the post-installation instructions described on page 32.
Note: When you turn on the system, the BIOS setup automatically
detects and assigns resources to the new device (applicable only to
Plug-and-Play expansion cards).
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Installing a redundant power supply
module
The Altos G701 server power subsystem consists of two hot-swappable
power supply module bays that accept standard 450-watts power
supply modules. The system comes bundled with only a single power
supply module leaving one power supply module bay empty. You have
the option to purchase an extra power supply module to provide your
system with redundant power source. This power configuration
enables a fully-configured system to continue running even if one
power supply module fails.
Note: The redundant power source feature is only applicable to
the Altos G701 model.
WARNING! To reduce the risk of personal injury or
damage to the equipment, the installation of power
supply modules should be referred to individuals who are
qualified to service server systems and are trained to deal
with equipment capable of generating hazardous energy
levels.
WARNING! To reduce the risk of personal injury from
hot surfaces, observe the thermal labels on each power
supply module. You can also consider wearing protective
gloves.
WARNING! To reduce the risk of personal injury from
electric shock hazards, do not open the power supply
modules. There are no serviceable parts inside the
module.
Caution! Electrostatic discharge can damage electronic
components. Make sure that you are properly grounded
before handling a power supply module.
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To install a redundant power supply module
1
Remove the screw securing the cover of the empty power supply
module bay, then detach the cover.
2
Slide the power supply module into the empty bay until you feel
resistance.
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3
Press the module handle to secure the power supply module to its
bay.
4
Verify that the power indicators on both the main power supply
and on the newly installed power supply are illuminated (green).
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Installing a hot-swappable HDD fan
The Altos G700 series server accommodates two hot-swappable HDD
fans.
Note: The illustrations used in this section shows the Altos G701
server chassis.
To remove a hot-swappable HDD fan
Caution! To reduce the risk of personal injury, avoid contact with
the fan when the blades are still moving.
1
Place the system unit on a flat, stable surface.
2
Detach the chassis panels and remove the air baffle.
3
Grasp the release bracket on both sides of the fan (1) then pull it
out.
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To install a hot-swappable HDD fan
1
Detach the chassis panels and remove the air baffle.
2
Insert the fan in an empty fan bay then press it firmly in place.
3
Reinstall the air baffle and the chassis panels.
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This chapter gives information about the
system BIOS and discusses how to configure
the system by changing the settings of the
BIOS parameters.
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BIOS setup
BIOS setup is a hardware configuration program built into your
system's Basic Input/Output System (BIOS). Since most systems are
already properly configured and optimized, there is no need to run this
utility. You will need to run this utility under the following conditions:
•
When changing the system configuration
•
When a configuration error is detected by the system and you are
prompted ("Run Setup" message) to make changes to the BIOS
setup
Note: If you repeatedly receive Run Setup messages, the battery
may be bad. In this case, the system cannot retain configuration
values in CMOS. Ask a qualified technician for assistance.
•
When redefining the communication ports to prevent any conflicts
•
When making changes to the Power Management configuration
•
When changing the password or making other changes to the
security setup
BIOS setup loads the configuration values in a battery-backed
nonvolatile memory called CMOS RAM. This memory area is not part
of the system RAM which allows configuration data to be retained
when power is turned off.
Before you run BIOS setup, make sure that you have saved all open
files. The system reboots immediately after you close the setup.
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Entering BIOS setup
Power on the server to start the system POST (Power On Self Test)
process. During bootup, press Ctrl-Alt-Esc to enter the BIOS setup
screen.
Note: You must press Ctrl-Alt-Esc while the system is booting.
This key combination does not work during any other time.
There are several tabs on the setup screen corresponding to the six
major BIOS menus:
•
Main
•
Boot
•
Advanced
•
Security
•
Power
•
Exit
The parameters on the screens shown in this User’s guide display
default system values. These values may not be the same as those in
your system.
Note the following reminders when moving around the setup screen:
•
Use the Left and Right arrow keys to move to the next page or to
return to the previous screen.
•
Use the Up and Down arrow keys to select an item.
•
Use the + and - keys to select an option.
Note: You can configure a parameter that is enclosed in square
brackets. Grayed-out items have fixed settings and are not
user-configurable.
•
Use the Tab key to select a field.
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Use the Enter key to display a submenu screen.
Note: When a parameter is preceded by a (>), it means that a
submenu screen is available.
•
Press F1 for General Help on using the BIOS setup.
•
Press F10 to save changes and close the BIOS setup.
•
Press Esc to close the BIOS setup.
In the descriptive table following each of the screen illustrations,
settings in boldface are the default and suggested parameter settings.
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Main
The Main menu displays basic and important information about the
system. These information is necessary for troubleshooting and may
be required when asking for technical support.
The last two parameters on the screen lets you define the system’s time
and date settings. The real-time clock keeps the system date and time.
After setting the date and time, you do not need to enter them every
time you turn on the system. As long as the internal battery remains
good and connected, the clock continues to keep the date and time
accurately even when the power is off.
Parameter
Description
AMIBIOS Version
Version of the BIOS setup
BIOS Build Date
Date when the BIOS setup was created
BIOS ID
ID number of the BIOS setup
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Parameter
Description
System Time
Sets the time following the hour-minute-second
format. Valid values for hour, minute, and second
are: Hour: 00 to 23
Minute: 00 to 59
Second: 00 to 59
System Date
Sets the date following the weekday-month-dayyear format. Valid values for weekday, month, day,
and year are:
Weekday: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
Month: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,
Oct, Nov, Dec
Day: 1 to 31
Year: 1980 to 2079
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Total Memory
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Advanced
The Advanced menu contains parameter values that define how the
system behaves on startup.
Warning! Be cautious in setting parameter values in the
Advanced menu as any incorrect value may cause the
system to malfunction.
Press Enter to enter the submenu screen of the parameters shown in
the screen below.
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Super I/O Configuration
The Super I/O Configuration submenu lets you define the parameter
settings for the system’s parallel and serial ports.
Parameter
Description
Serial Port 1
(Address/IRQ)
Serial port 1 address and IRQ (interrupt request) setting
Parallel Port
Address
Sets a logical base address for the parallel port
Parallel Port
IRQ
Assigns an IRQ for the parallel port.
Parallel Port
Mode
Sets the operation mode for the parallel port
ECP Mode DMA
Channel
Assigns a DMA (Direct Memory Access) channel for the
ECP (Extended Capabilities Port) parallel port function.
This parameter is configurable only if you select ECP as
the operation mode.
If you install an add-on card that has a parallel port
whose address conflicts with the onboard parallel port, a
warning appears on the screen. Check the parallel port
address of the add-on card and change the address to
one that does not conflict.
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IDE Configuration
The IDE Configuration submenu lets you define the parameter settings
related to the hard disk/s.
Parameter
Description
Onboard PCI
IDE Controller
Selects which system IDE controller to enable
Primary IDE
Master
Press Enter to access the Primary IDE Master submenu.
Primary IDE
Slave
Press Enter to access the Primary IDE Slave submenu.
Secondary IDE
Master
Press Enter to access the Secondary IDE Master submenu.
Secondary IDE
Slave
Press Enter to access the Secondary IDE Slave submenu.
Hard Disk
Write Protect
Enables or disables the hard disk write protect function.
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Primary/Secondary IDE Master/Slave
These items let you select the IDE hard disk parameters that the system
supports.
Parameter
Description
Device
Type of IDE device
Vendor
Vendor of the selected IDE device
Size
Size of the selected device
Type
Driver type
Option
Auto
CD-ROM
ARMD
Not Installed
LBA/Large
Mode
Selects the hard disk drive translation
method. For drivers with more than
504 MB, the LBA mode is necessary.
Auto
Disabled
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Parameter
Description
Option
Block Mode
Enhances disk performance depending on
the hard disk in use.
Auto
Disabled
If you set this parameter to Auto, BIOS
setup automatically detects if the
installed hard disk drive supports the
Block Mode function. If supported, it
allows data transfer in blocks (multiple
sectors) at a rate of 256 bytes per cycle.
If you set this parameter to Disabled, data
transfer from and to the device occurs
one sector at a time.
PIO Mode
DMA Mode
When set to Auto, BIOS setup
automatically detects if the installed hard
disk supports the function. If supported,
it allows for faster data recovery and
read/write timing that reduces hard disk
activity time. This results in better hard
disk performance. Mode 0 to 4 provide
successive increase of performance.
Auto
Selects DMA (Direct Memory Access)
mode. Options include:
Auto
Auto: Auto detected
MWDMAn
SWDMAn: SingleWordDMAn
UDMAn
0
1
2
3
4
SWDMAn
MWDMAn: MultiWordDMAn
UDMAn: UltraDMAn
S.M.A.R.T
Enables or disables the S.M.A.R.T (SelfMonitoring, Analysis and Reporting
Technology) function of the internal hard
disk.
Auto
Disabled
Enabled
If 'Auto' is selected, BIOS setup will
enable the S.M.A.R.T function if the
driver supports it.
32-bit Data
Transfer
Enables or disables the 32-bit data
transfer function
Disabled
ARMD
Emulation
Type
Selects the ARMD (ATAPI Removable
Media Device) emulation type
Auto
Enabled
Floppy
Hard Disk
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Floppy Configuration
The Floppy Configuration submenu displays the type of floppy drive
installed in the server.
Parameter
Description
Option
Floppy Drive A
Floppy disk drive type
1.44 MB, 3.5-inch
None
360 KB, 5.25-inch
1.2 MB, 5.25-inch
720 KB, 3.5-inch
2.88 MB, 3.5-inch
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PCI/PnP Configuration
The PCI/PnP Configuration submenu lets you specify the settings for
the PCI devices.
Parameter
Description
Option
Plug & Play OS
When this parameter is set to Yes, BIOS
setup initializes only PnP boot devices such
as SCSI cards.
No
When set to No, the BIOS setup initializes
all PnP boot and non-boot devices such as
sound cards.
Note: Set this parameter to Yes only if the
operating system is Windows 95/98 or a
later version.
Yes
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Parameter
Description
Option
Reset
Configure Data
BIOS setup stores the configuration data of
Plug and Play devices in NVRAM
(Non-volatile Random Access Memory).
No
Yes
When this parameter is set to Yes, current
data is deleted and a new set of
information is created during the next
system bootup.
PCI Latency
Timer
Sets a timing parameter for the PCI bus
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USB Function
Enables the system’s USB ports
Enabled
Disabled
Legacy USB
Support
Enable this parameter when you intend to
use a USB device and are using a non-Plug
and Play operating system, such as DOS.
Disabled
ARMD
Emulation Type
Selects the ARMD (ATAPI Removable
Media Device) emulation type
Hard Disk
Enabled
Auto
Floppy
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Boot Settings Configuration
The Boot Settings Configuration submenu lets you specify the
preferred settings for system bootup.
Parameter
Description
Option
Quick Boot
Allows the system to boot faster by
skipping some POST routine
Enabled
Disabled
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Parameter
Description
Option
Quiet Boot
Enables or disables the Quiet Boot
function. When set to Enabled, BIOS setup
is in graphical mode and displays only an
identification logo during POST and while
booting. After booting, the screen displays
the operating system prompt (such as DOS)
or logo (such as Windows 95). If any error
occurs while booting, the system
automatically switches to text mode.
Enabled
Disabled
Even if your setting is Enabled, you may
still switch to text mode while booting by
pressing the Delete key when you see the
"Press DELETE key to enter setup" message
on the screen.
When set to Disabled, BIOS setup is in the
conventional text mode where you see the
system initialization details on the screen.
Hyperthreading
Enable or disables the hyperthreading
function of the processor.
Enabled
Disabled
When enabled, one physical processor acts
as two logical processors by "threading"
two sets of data instructions in parallel
streams for processing. The processor can
then simultaneously manage incoming
data from different applications without
losing track of the data processing status
of each.
Boot up
Num Lock
Activates the Num Lock function upon
booting
On
CPU Frequency
to Bus Ratio
Bus/bus ratio of the system. The clock
speed of the bus does not necessarily equal
the CPU’s. Mostly, the bus clock speed is
slower than the CPU clock speed.
16 to 1
PS/2 Mouse
Support
Enable this parameter if you intend to use
a mouse or trackball with a PS/2 interface.
Enabled
Parity Check
If you enable this item, the system BIOS
will support an interrupt service routine
that handles NMI (Non-Maskable Interrupt) for memory parity.
Disabled
Off
Disabled
Enabled
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Parameter
Description
Option
Wait for 'F1' if
Error
When this item is enabled you will be
prompted to press F1 when an error is
detected during boot up.
Enabled
MPS 1.4
Support
If you enable this item, the system BIOS MP
table will be compatible with
MultiProcessor Specification version 1.4 .
Enabled
Memory Test
If you enable this item, the system BIOS
will read/write memory for testing.
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
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Event Log Configuration
The Event Log Configuration submenu lets you specify the appropriate
settings for the system’s event handling function.
The system event log enables you to record and monitor events that
occur in the system (e.g., system temperature changes, fan stops, etc.).
Parameter
Description
IPMI
Specification
Version
Version number of IPMI
BMC
Firmware
Version
Version of BaseBoard Management
Controller (BMC) Firmware
SDR
Firmware
Version
Version of Spatial Data Repository (SDR)
Firmware
Option
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Parameter
Description
Option
Event Logging
Enables or disables the event logging
function of the system
Enabled
Clear All Event
Logs
When this item is set to Enabled, the event
log is cleared and this parameter is set to
Disabled for the next system bootup.
No
View Event
Logs
Opens the system event log file for viewing
Disabled
Yes
Event Control Interface
BIOS POST
Event Logging
BIOS checks the bad processors and
memory modules during the POST
process. When this parameter is enabled,
it will make a log of this operation.
Enabled
ECC Event
Logging
ECC (error correcting code) tests the
accuracy of data as it passes in and out of
memory. When this parameter is enabled,
single-bit and multi-bit memory errors will
be recorded in the event log.
Enabled
PCI Device
Event Logging
PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) is
a 32-bit bus that supports a 64-bit
extension for new processors, such as
Pentium processors. It can run at clock
speeds of 33 or 66 MHz. When this
parameter is enabled, any PCI device error
will be recorded in the event log.
Enabled
AC Power
Lost/Recovery
When this parameter is enabled, any
instance of AC power lost will be
monitored and logged in the event log.
Disabled
Reset
Reduction
Memory
When this parameter is enabled, only the
the system’s healthy memory size is
displayed during the POST process.
No
CPU Reduction
Allow system to be reset automatically
when a specific watch dog timer event
occurs.
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Yes
Disabled
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Onboard Devices Configuration
The Onboard Devices Configuration submenu lets you specify settings
that are related to the system hardware.
Parameter
Description
Option
Onboard LAN
Enables or disables the onboard LAN
controller
Enabled
Onboard SCSI
Controller
Enables or disables the onboard SCSI
controller
Enabled
Onboard PCI
VGA
Enables or disables the onboard PCI VGA
controller
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
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Remote Access
Parameter
Description
Option
Serial Port
Number
If we select COM1, it is outputting the local
text display and accepting keyboard input
from the serial port.
COM1
COM2(via
BMC)
If we select COM2, it is outputting the local
text display to remote via BMC and accepting keyboard input from the BMC.
Serial Port
Mode
Sets the Baud Rate , Data bits, Parity and
Stop bits of Serial Port.
115200
8,n,1
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Power
The Power menu allows you to configure the system’s power
management feature.
Parameter
Description
Option
ACPI-aware O/S
This parameter indicates whether the
system’s OS support the ACPI (Advanced
Configuration and Power Interface)
standard of power management.
Yes
When this parameter is enabled, it allows
some OS, such as Windows 95/98, to
implement APM (Advanced Power
Management) functions.
Enabled
Power
Management
No
Disabled
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Parameter
Description
Option
AC Power
Failure
Defines the power state to resume to after
a system shutdown that is due to an
interruption in AC power.
Last State
Stay Off
When set to Last State, the system will
return to the active power state prior to
shutdown.
When set to Stay Off, the system remains
off after power shutdown.
Power Button
Mode
When set to On/Off, the power button
serves as a standard on/off button.
When set to Suspend, pressing the power
button will activate the power-saving
suspend mode.
On/Off
Suspend
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Boot
The Boot menu allows you to specify the preferred settings during
system bootup.
Press Enter to enter the submenu screen of the parameters shown in
the screen below.
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Boot Device Priority
The Boot Device Priority submenu lets you specify the boot search
sequence during the POST process.
BIOS setup will display an error message if the drive(s) specified is not
bootable.
Parameter
Description
1st Boot Device
Sets the device from which the system will first
attempt to boot up.
2nd Boot Device
Sets the device from which the system will attempt to
boot up when the first attempt failed.
3rd Boot Device
Sets the device from which the system will attempt to
boot up when the first and second attempts failed.
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Hard Disk Drives
The Hard Disk Drives submenu lets you specify the devices that will be
considered as the primary and secondary hard drives.
Parameter
Description
1st Hard Drive
Sets the device to be considered the primary hard
drive.
2nd Hard Drive
Sets the device to be considered the secondary hard
drive.
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Removable Devices
The Removable Devices submenu displays the type of removable
devices available in the system.
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ATAPI CD-ROM Drives
The ATAPI (Advanced Technology Attachment Packet Interface)
CD-ROM submenu displays the type of ATAPI CD-ROM available in the
system.
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Security
The Security menu allows you to safeguard and protect the system
from unauthorized use by setting up access passwords.
Parameter
Description
Option
Supervisor
Password
Prevents unauthorized access to the
BIOS setup
Not Installed
User Password
Secures your system against
unauthorized use. Once you set this
password, you have to type it
whenever you boot the system. User
password is available only when a
Supervisor password is set.
Not Installed
Change User
Password
Press Enter to change the User
password.
Change
Supervisor
Password
Press Enter to change the Supervisor
password.
Installed
Installed
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Parameter
Description
Clear User
Password
Press Enter to remove the User
password.
Option
To set a Supervisor/User password
1
Use the up/down keys to highlight a password parameter
(Supervisor Password or User Password) then press Enter.
A password box will appear.
2
Type a password then press Enter.
The password may consist of up to six alphanumeric characters
(A-Z, a-z, 0-9).
3
Retype the password to verify the first entry then press Enter
again.
After setting the password, the system automatically sets the
chosen password parameter to Installed.
To change the Supervisor/User password
1
Use the up/down keys to highlight either change password
parameters (Change Supervisor Password or Change User
Password) then press Enter.
2
Type the original password then press Enter.
3
Type a new password then press Enter.
4
Retype the password to verify the first entry then press Enter
again.
To remove the User password
1
Use the up/down keys to highlight the Clear User Password
parameter then press Enter.
2
Enter the current password then press Enter.
3
Press Enter twice without entering anything in the new and
confirm password fields.
After doing this, the system automatically sets the User password
parameter to Not Installed.
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Exit
The Exit menu displays the various options to quit from the BIOS setup.
Highlight any of the exit options then press Enter.
Parameter
Description
Exit Saving
Changes
Saves changes made and close the BIOS setup
Exit Discarding
Changes
Discards changes made and close the BIOS setup
Load Optimal
Defaults
Loads the optimal settings for all BIOS setup parameters.
Optimal settings are quite demanding in terms of
resources consumption. If you are using low-speed
memory chips or other kinds of low-performance
components and you choose to load these settings, the
system might not function properly.
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Parameter
Description
Load Failsafe
Defaults
Loads the failsafe settings for all BIOS parameters.
Discard
Changes
Discards all changes made on the BIOS setup.
Failsafe settings, compared to the optimal
settings, are not quite as demanding in terms of
resources consumption so you can be sure to have a
stable system performance even if you are using
low-grade components.
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Appendix A
ASM & RDM quick
installation guide
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This appendix shows you how to install the
ASM and RDM software package.
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Installing ASM
Acer Server Manager (ASM) consists of the ASM Console , ASM
Management Server and the ASM Agent. These threes components
are both required to perform server management tasks.
System requirements
ASM requires TCP/IP connectivity between the ASM Console, ASM
Management Server and the ASM Agent.
ASM Agent
•
Altos Server System
•
Minimum of 128 MB RAM
•
SCSI/IDE hard drive with at least 100 MB free hard disk space
•
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 Server/Advanced
Server operating system
ASM Management Server
•
Altos Server System
•
Minimum of 128 MB RAM
•
SCSI/IDE hard drive with at least 100 MB free hard disk space
•
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server/Advanced Server operating system
ASM Console
•
Intel Pentium III (500 MHz) or higher processor
•
128 MB of RAM
•
SCSI/IDE hard drive with at least 100 MB free hard disk space
•
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional/XP/Server/Advanced Server
operating system
•
Ethernet card
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System setup
Make sure that your system meets the requirements listed above
before proceeding. You may also want to change your screen to
800 x 600 resolution or higher for optimum viewing.
Installing ASM Agent
To install ASM Agent:
1
Log in to the managed server using the Administrator account.
2
Insert the EasyBUILDTM Management CD into the server’s CD-ROM
drive.
The installation sequence will automatically be displayed.
3
Select the option for ASM installation.
The installation wizard will be initialized.
4
Follow the installation wizard until you are prompted to choose a
destination directory.
You can choose the default location “C:\Program Files\Acer”, or
specify another location.
5
Next screen allows you to choose the proper components you
want to install, choose the “ASM Agent”.
6
Click on “Next”, and follow the wizard to finish the procedure.
nstalling ASM Management Server
To install ASM Management Server:
1
Log in to the managed server using the Administrator account.
2
Insert the EasyBUILDTM Management CD into the server’s CD-ROM
drive.
The installation sequence will automatically be displayed.
3
Select the option for ASM installation.
The installation wizard will be initialized.
4
Follow the installation wizard until you are prompted to choose a
destination directory.
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You can choose the default location “C:\Program Files\Acer”, or
specify another location.
5
Next screen allows you to choose the proper components you
want to install, choose the “ASM Management Server”.
6
Click on “Next”, and follow the wizard to finish the procedure.
Installing ASM Console
To install ASM Console:
1
Log in to the managed server using the Administrator account.
2
Insert the EasyBUILDTM Management CD into the server’s CD-ROM
drive.
The installation sequence will automatically be displayed.
3
Select the option for ASM installation.
The installation wizard will be initialized.
4
Follow the installation wizard until you are prompted to choose a
destination directory.
You can choose the default location “C:\Program Files\Acer”, or
specify another location.
5
Next screen allows you to choose the proper components you
want to install, choose the “ASM Console”.
6
Click on “Next”, and follow the wizard to finish the procedure.
To launch the program, on the Windows taskbar click on the Start
button, point to Programs, select Acer Server Management Suite
then click ASM Console.
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Installing RDM
Remote Diagnostics Manager (RDM) consists of the RDM Console and
the RDM Agent. RDM agent is preinstalled in any Acer Altos series
server with a BMC (Baseboard Management Controller) board.
System requirements
RDM requires that a BMC board be installed in the managed server;
otherwise, RDM Console will not be able to locate the managed server.
RDM Console requirements
•
Intel Pentium or higher processor
•
32 MB of RAM
•
At least 32 MB free hard disk space
•
Microsoft Windows 98/2000/Me/XP or Windows NT 4.0 operating
system
•
Ethernet card
RDM Console setup
This section describes how to install and uninstall the RDM Console
software.
Installing the RDM Console software
Follow these steps to install the RDM Console software:
1
Log in to the managed server using the Administrator account.
2
Insert the EasyBUILDTM Management CD into the server’s CD-ROM
drive.
The installation sequence will automatically be displayed.
3
Select the option for RDM installation.
The installation wizard will be initialized.
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Follow all onscreen instructions to complete installation.
- or Under the ASM installation sequence, select the RDM installation
option.
For detailed instructions on installing the RDM Console software,
refer to the RDM User’s manual.
To launch the program, on the Windows taskbar click on the Start
button, point to Programs, select Acer Server Management Suite
then click RDM.
Uninstalling the RDM Console software
On the Windows taskbar click on the Start button, point to Programs,
select Acer Server Management Suite then click Uninstall RDM.
- or On the Windows taskbar click on the Start button, point to Settings,
select Add/Remove Programs then select RDM.
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Appendix B
Rack installation
guide
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System rack installation
Aside from its tower configuration, the Altos G701 server system can
also be mounted in a rack-model position. A rack mount kit is
available for customers who want to convert a tower-mounted system
to rack-model design. To purchase a rack mount kit, contact your local
Acer representative or order directly from http://www.acer.com.
The figure below shows the Altos G701 server in a rack-mount position.
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Vertical mounting hole pattern
The four vertical rails of a rack contain mounting holes arranged in a
manner shown in the figure below:
The system occupies 5U in the rack. Count the U positions and hole
numbers from the bottom up.
Note: The unit of measurement used in this document is "U"
(1U = 1.75 inches or 44.45 mm). The total sum of the heights of all
components in the rack measured in "U" cannot exceed the
height of the rack. For more information, refer to the
documentation that came with your system rack.
The distance from the center of two holes with closer spacing to the
center of the next pair is equivalent to 1U.
When installing components, you must start your measurement from
the center of the two holes with closer spacing. Otherwise, the screw
holes on the component may not match those on the rack.
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Screw types for rack installation
The following screws are used in the assembly of the Acer Altos G701
and other rack-mountable components.
Screw type and
part number
Figure
Usage
#8-32 x 0.25 inch
Securing the inner mounting
rails to the server
M4 x L8
Securing the mounting brackets
to the inner sliding piece
86.6A536.8R0
Washer
88.21341.605
Nut
87.11042.670
M5 x L5
Securing system components
M6 x L10
Securing the cable carrier and
the mounting rails to the rack
86.6A52A.100
Hex head
6-32 L.25
Cage nut
Attaching the side handles to
the server
Supports the M6 metal screws
for securing server components
to the rack
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Installing cage nuts
Cage nuts are use to secure systems and other components to the
vertical rails in the rack.
To install cage nuts:
1
Insert the lower lip of the cage nut over the bottom of the
opening at the back of a rail.
2
Insert the small end of the cage-nut installation tool through the
opening in front of the rail and hook the tool over the top lip of
the cage nut as shown below.
3
Push in the cage nut while rotating the tool up and pulling the
tool back toward you until the top lip of the cage nut snaps into
position.
4
Repeat this process to install the other cage nuts in their
appropriate locations.
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Installing the system into the rack
To install the system into the rack:
1
Remove the front bezel from the server. Refer to “Removing the
front bezel” on page 33 for instructions.
2
Remove the top panel of the server.
3
(1)
Use a screw driver to remove the two rear screws holding the
top panel to the chassis.
(2)
Slide the top panel backward to detach it from the chassis.
Remove the rubber foot stands from the server.
(1)
Lay the server on its side on a flat, stable surface.
(2)
Use the flat side of a screw driver to remove the plug from
the foot stands. Keep these plugs for later use.
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(3)
Pull out the rubber stands from the server.
There are two sets of rack bracket and mounting rail. The rack
brackets are used to attached the mounting rails to the server. Each
bracket is composed of three pieces: a detachable inner rail and a fixed
middle and outer rails. The mounting rails allow the system to slide in
and out of the rackmount for maintenance purposes.
4
Remove the inner rail from the rack brackets.
(1) Extend the inner rail until the rail release latch clicks.
(2) Hold down the latch then slip the inner rail out.
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Do the same thing to the other rack bracket.
5
Attach the inner rails to the top and bottom side of the server.
(1) Align the inner rail to the five screw holes located on the
bottom side of the server.
(2) Secure the rail to the server using M4 x L5 screws.
Attach the other inner rail to the top side of the server.
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Attach the two side handles to the server using four hex head
screws for each handle.
7
Set the server aside.
8
Attach the rack brackets to the mounting rails.
a
Align the rack brackets to the mounting rail until the six screw
holes become visible.
b
Secure the rack bracket to the mounting rail using M4 x L8
screws. Tighten the screws loose enough to allow length
adjustment when installing the mounting rails to the rack.
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Attach the other rack bracket to the remaining mounting rail.
9
Install the mounting rails to the rack using four M6 x L10 screws
for each mounting rail.
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10 Extend the middle sliding piece of each mounting rail forward
until it clicks.
11 Install the server into the rack by first carefully aligning the inner
rails attached to the server with the mounting rails on the rack.
(1)
Press the release latch on both sides of the server.
(2)
Slide the server into the rack then push the server into the
rack until it clicks.
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Caution! To avoid personal injury, care should be taken when
pressing the component rail release latches and sliding the
component into the rack.
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Index
A
Acer Server Manager (ASM) 95
system requirements 95
ASM Agent 95
ASM Console 95
system setup 95
install ASM Agent 96
install ASM Console 96
BPL4 HDD fan 55
installing 56
removing 55
C
CPU
installing 47
removing 46
D
DIMM
installing 49
removing 48
B
E
BIOS setup 59
Advanced 66
Boot Settings Configuration
74
Event Log Configuration
77
Floppy Configuration 71
IDE Configuration 68
Primary/Secondary IDE
Master/Slave
69
Onboard Devices Configuration 79
PCI/PnP Configuration 72
Super I/O Configuration 67
Boot 83
ATAPI CD-ROM Devices 87
Boot Device Priority 84
Hard Disk Drives 85
Removable Devices 86
entering 60
Exit 90
Main 62
Power 80
Security 88
changing a password 89
removing the User password 89
Supervisor password 88
User password 88
BPL4 cage configuration 37
installing cage 40
installing hard disk 38
removing cage 37
expansion card
installing 50
O
opening the system 33
open front bezel 33
remove air baffle 35
remove front bezel 33
remove side panel 34
P
peripherals 18
keyboard 18
monitor 20
mouse 19
printer 21
power cable 22
power supply module
installing 53
R
Remote Diagnostics Manager (RDM)
97
system requirements 97
RDM Console 97
system setup 97
install RDM Console 97
uninstall RDM Console 98
S
system boards 10
BPL4 board layout 13
mainboard layout 10
system memory
reconfiguring 49
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system upgrade 31
ESD precautions 31
post-installation instructions 32
preinstallation instructions 31
T
turning off the system 28
turning on the system 23
power-on problems 24
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