HP NetServer LC 3 Quick Service Reference Guide Last Updated: April 1999

HP NetServer LC 3 Quick Service Reference Guide Last Updated:  April 1999
HP NetServer LC 3
Quick Service
Reference Guide
Last Updated: April 1999
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Audience Assumptions
The guide is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots LAN servers. Hewlett-Packard Company
assumes you are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products with
hazardous energy levels.
Table of Contents
HP NetServer LC 3 System Information .........................................................1
Front Control Panel....................................................................................1
Removing the Covers.................................................................................2
Memory .....................................................................................................3
Video Memory............................................................................................3
Boot Device Priority ...................................................................................4
DIMM Slot LED Blink Codes.......................................................................4
Exploded Views .........................................................................................5
HP NetServer Replaceable Parts List.........................................................8
Keyboards..................................................................................................9
Power Cords ..............................................................................................9
Mass Storage Cables............................................................................... 10
Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive LED Status and Activity Indicators .................. 10
System Board Illustration ......................................................................... 11
System Switches...................................................................................... 11
Specifications........................................................................................... 12
Notes: ...................................................................................................... 13
HP NetServer LC 3 System Information
Power Switch
Serial Port B
Keyboard Lock
Serial Port A
Fan
Parallel Port
Mouse Port
Keyboard Port
Lock
Monitor
Management Port
Flexible
Disk Drive
EIDE CD-ROM
Shelf 3
Hot Swap Drive Bay
Fan
Power
Hot Swap Drive Bay Lock
Front Control Panel
1
Power Switch
Turns the NetServer on and off. Note that when the NetServer is turned
off, the power to the internal circuitry and mass storage devices is
disabled; however, AC power is still applied to the power supply. Always
disconnect the power cord before removing the cover.
Power Indicator
Lights green when the NetServer is on.
Keyboard Lock Switch
Prevents unauthorized use of the keyboard. Press the keyboard lock
button to lock the keyboard. Enter the password to unlock the keyboard.
Keyboard Lock Indicator
Lights yellow when the keyboard is locked.
Removing the Covers
CAUTION The covers are an integral part of the server. The server must be operated with the
covers in place to ensure proper airflow for continued reliability and to maintain
compliance with radio frequency interference and safety standards.
Front
Bezel
Top
Cover
Pocket
1
Key Lock
2
Thumbscrews
Unlocked Position
Tabs
3
1 inch
(3 cm)
4
Side
Cover
2
Memory
There are four DIMM sockets on the system board for memory expansion Follow these simple rules when you plan to
install additional memory DIMMs:
• Use only HP DIMMs listed on the Technical Reference Label located inside the HP NetServer top cover,
in Information Assistant, or in Order Assistant.
• DIMMs can be 32 MB, 64 MB, or 128 MB in any combination.
• DIMMs can be installed in any order in any of the four DIMM sockets.
System Board
DIMM
Crosspiece must be OFF
of the work surface
DIMM Slot 3
DIMM Slot 2
DIMM Slot 1
DIMM Slot 0
DIMM
Notches
Keys
Static dissipating work surface
Retaining Clips
CAUTION Only install DIMMs on a system board that is lying flat on a static-dissipating work surface.
Do not rock the DIMM into place, but apply firm and even pressure directly downward.
Video Memory
Expand video memory by installing two 256 K x 16 (512 KB), 70 Ns, 40-pin SOJ package DRAM ICs.
CAUTION
Install the chip in the correct orientation. Failure to do so will destroy the DRAM..
Video
Slots
3
Boot Device Priority
The boot device priority is controlled by the Boot Device Ordering submenu of the Configuration menu of the Setup
utility.
• IDE CD-ROM drive with bootable CD-ROM
• Flexible Disk with bootable flexible disk
• Embedded SCSI controller
• PCI boards in slots in the following order: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
• Hard Drive Priority: Allows you to rearrange the order in which hard disk drives are searched for the operating
system. All hard disk drives in the system are listed, as well as any bootable ISA board.
Backplane:
System
Board
Slot
PCI 6 - 32-bit
PCI 5 - 32-bit
PCI 4 - 32-bit
PCI 3 - 32-bit
PCI 2 - 32-bit
PCI 1 / ISA 16-bit ISA or
32-bit PCI
DIMM Slot LED Blink Codes
System Board
LED 0
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
Processor Error Codes
Processor errors are indicated by blinking patterns of the DIMM slot LEDs that alternate at 1 Hz, as listed below:
Processor Error Status Indications
² = LED off
O = LED on
LED LED LED LED
0
1
2
3
4
Error Condition
Action
²
O
O
O
O
²
²
²
O
²
O
O
²
O
²
²
²
O
O
²
O
²
²
O
O
O
²
²
²
²
O
O
Voltage Regulator Module for
Primary CPU Bad
Check that primary voltage regulator
module (VRM) is correctly seated. If
problem persists, replace VRM.
Voltage Regulator Module for
Secondary CPU Bad
Check that secondary voltage
regulator module (VRM) is correctly
seated. If problem persists, replace
VRM.
CPU Over Temperature
Check fan for function. Turn off
system, wait 20-25 minutes for system
to cool, and restart system.
CPU or Terminator Board Not
Installed
Install CPU in primary CPU slot and
CPU or terminator board in secondary
CPU slot.
DIMM Status Error Codes
When no processor error condition exists, the DIMM slot LEDs display the status of the DIMMs in the corresponding
slots, as follows:
• OFF: no DIMM installed
• Flashes ON and OFF at 1 Hz in 50/50 proportion of time: uncorrectable error or inappropriate DIMM
• Flashes ON and OFF at 1 Hz in 90/10 proportion of time: non-HP DIMM installed
• ON: HP DIMM installed
Exploded Views
2
15
1
14
13
12
11
10
3
4
5
7
6
8
9
5
21
20
19
18
22
23
17
16
6
27
26
28
25
29
24
30
7
HP NetServer Replaceable Parts List
Fig
Replacement
Exchange
1
Chassis Assembly
2
Top Cover
5064-1987
3
Side Cover
5064-1986
4
Cage Assy, Hot-Swap Mass Storage
5063-5671
5
Light Pipe
5041-1099
6
Backplane PCA, Hot-Swap Cage
7
Hot Swap Cage Bezel
5042-2108
8
Hot Swap Cage Bezel lock
5064-3503
9
tray, Hot Swap,
D3349B
D3583-69004
10
5 1/4 inch tray, HDD
D2198B
3 pack
C2260-60078
Single
11a
4.2 GB SCSI HDD
D4910-63001
D4910-69001
11b
9.1 GB SCSI HDD
D4911-63001
D4911-69001
D2199A
3 pack
5002-3748
Single
Not orderable
D3604-63003
12
5 ¼", removable media
13
CD-ROM Drive
D4383-60041
14
1.44 MB 3.5" Floppy Disk Drive
D2035-60282
15
3.5 inch rail kit
16
Backplane PCA
17
Terminator PCA, Processor Slot
5183-3418
18a
Pentium II 350 Processor Chip
1821-4201
18b
Pentium II 400 Processor Chip
1821-4202
18c
Pentium II 450 Processor Chip
1821-4203
18d
Pentium III 500 Processor Chip
D7129-63001
D2198B
D4906-63002
D4906-69002
D7129-69001
*
Heatsink
5183-2471
*
Heatsink clip
5183-2472
19
Video Memory, 256Kx16, 50ns
1818-6527
20
Battery 3 volts
1420-0356
21
Voltage Regulator Module (VRM)
0950-2848
22a
LC 3 System Board PCA
22b
Stiffener, System Board, w/extractors
5064-3501
23a
Memory SDRAM,64MB,ECC,100MHZ
D6097-63000
D6097-69000
23b
Memory SDRAM,128MB,ECC,100MHZ
D6098-63000
D6098-69000
23c
Memory SDRAM,256MB,ECC,100MHZ
D6099-63000
D6099-69000
24
Power Supply
5064-1942
5064-1941
25
System Fan
5064-1954
Rivets, Plastic, for mounting fan
5042-2110
26
Retainer for Adapter Board Guide
5042-2163
27
Guide, Adapter Board
5042-2163
28
Control Panel PCA
5064-1979
*
8
Description
D6123-63000
D6123-69000
29
Front Bezel Assy.
5064-1961
30
Pedestal
5041-5339
*
Cable, Non-Hot-Swap SCSI (Wide)
5183-2182
*
Cable, IDE CD-ROM Drive
5183-2411
*
Cable, Floppy Disk Drive
5183-2410
*
Cable, Hot-Swap SCSI (Wide)
5183-2484
Cable, Array SCSI (Wide)
5183-3488
2
*
Cable, I C
5182-6730
*
Cable, Serial Management
5064-1957
*
Network Adapter PCA, 100BaseT
*
Filler Assy, Hot-Swap
5063-8391
*
Upper Drive Filler Panel
5063-8389
*
Hot Swap Cage key
5182-4534
*
External Battery, 3.6V
1420-0559
**
HP Navigator CD-ROM
**
Diagnostic Assistant Diskette
D5013-63002
* This part is not on the exploded view.
** This part number is constantly revised. When you order the CD-ROM, you will be sent the latest revision.
Keyboards
Language
Part Number
Language
Part Number
US
D4950-63001
Danish
D4950-63016
Arab/French
D4950-63025
Fr.Canadian
D4950-63002
Portuguese
D4950-63027
German
D4950-63003
Cyrillic
D4950-63030
Spanish
D4950-63004
Belgian/Flemish
D4950-63014
French
D4950-63005
Italian
D4950-63017
Norwegian
D4950-63009
Arab/English
D4950-63020
Swiss
D4950-63011
Korea/Hangu
D4950-63021
Swedish
D4950-63012
Taiwan
D4950-63023
UK
D4950-63013
Poland
D4950-63035
Czech
D4950-63036
Hungarian
D4950-63037
Greek
D4950-63032
Turkish
D4950-63035
Dutch
D4950-63006
Power Cords
Country
Part Number
Country
Part Number
Australia/New Zealand
8120-1369
India/South Africa
8120-4211
Canada/United States
8120-1751
Japan
8120-4753
Denmark
8120-2956
Switzerland
8120-2104
Europe
8120-1689
United Kingdom
8120-1351
9
Mass Storage Cables
Cabling Label
Location
A
System backplane SCSI
connector to upper-shelf SCSI
devices
5-connector, wide (68-pin) SCSI
cable w/built-in terminator
5183-2412
B
System backplane IDE
connector to IDE devices (CDROM or other)
3-connector IDE cable
5183-2411
C
System backplane floppy
connector-to-floppy disk drive
2-connector floppy disk cable
5183-2410
D
System backplane (or
NetRAID controller) SCSI
connector-to- hot-swap
backplane
3-connector, wide (68-pin) SCSI
cable
5183-2484
E
I C cable, system backplane to
hot-swap backplane
2-connector I C (3-pin) cable
5182-6730
F
System backplane SCSI
connector-to-upper shelf SCSI
devices
2-connector, wide (68-pin) SCSI
cable w/built-in terminator
Available with
NetRAID
controller only
G
For connecting any 68-pin
SCSI cable to 50-pin device
SCSI wide (68-pin)-to-narrow (50pin) adapter
5183-4550
2
Description
2
Part Number
Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive LED Status and Activity Indicators
Power LED
Yellow = power on
Keyboard lock LED
Yellow = keyboard locked
Flexible disk drive activity light
Yellow or Green = disk drive active
CD-ROM drive activity light
Green = power on
Yellow = drive active
Blinking = drawer opening or closing
Hard disk status light
Green = drive powered on
Flash yellow = drive error
Hot Swap Model Only
All drives flashing simultaneously
Flash yellow = temperature warning
Flash red = temperature emergency
Hard disk activity light
Green = drive active
10
System Board Illustration
Secondary
Processor Socket
(Terminator Installed
In Dual-Ready
Configurations)
Retaining
Latches
* Processor
Fan
Secondary
VRM Socket
* J20: N/C
System
Configuration
Switches
Primary
Processor
Primary VRM
* J17: N/C
* J25: 100 MHz
Diagnostic LEDs
* J26: N/C
Memory DIMM
Sockets
01 2 3
Battery
0
1
Video Memory
Upgrade Sockets
2
3
* Cable connectors labeled with function.
Configuration jumpers labeled with default setting.
N/C = no jumper header or cable installed.
CAUTION:
Jumper settings other than those displayed here
may result in unreliable performance or component
damage.
System Switches
5 On=Clear config
6 On=Clear p/w
7/8 Always off
Processor speed
100 MHz Bus Speed
Processor Speed 300 350 400 450
1 OFF OFF OFF OFF
2 OFF OFF ON ON
Switch
3 ON ON OFF OFF
4 OFF ON OFF ON
11
Specifications
Operating Temperature
5°to 35°C (41°to 95°F)
Non-operating Temperature
-40° to +70° C (-40° to +158° F)
Operating Humidity
(noncondensing)
20% to 80% relative humidity
Non-operating Humidity
(noncondensing)
90% relative humidity
Operating Altitude
3,045 m (10,000 ft)
Non-operating Altitude
12,180 m (40,000 ft)
Height
530 mm (21 in)
Width
217 mm (8.6 in)
Depth
580 mm (23 in)
Weight
22 - 25 kg (48 - 55 lb.) depending on configuration
Power supply input voltage
Auto-Ranging Power Supply
100 to 127 VAC at 4.7amps
200 to 240 VAC; 2.3 amps at 47/63 Hertz
Power supply output
350 Watts maximum
Power Consumption
470 Watts maximum
BTUs
1604 BTU/per hour maximum
12
Notes:
13
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