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Hewlett-Packard Integrity rx2620 Installation Manual

Installation guide, third edition - hp integrity rx2620 (august 2006).

 
Installation Guide
HP Integrity rx2620 Server
Manufacturing Part Number: AD117-9001A
Third Edition
August 2006
© Copyright 2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

Summary of Contents

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    Installation Guide HP Integrity rx2620 Server Manufacturing Part Number: AD117-9001A Third Edition August 2006 © Copyright 2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

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    Legal Notices Copyright Notices. © Copyright 2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1. Introduction Server Overview ..............16 Server Dimensions .

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    Contents Replacing the Top Metal Cover ............36 Installing Internal Hard Disk Drives .

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    Contents Accessing the Graphic Console Using VGA ..........78 9.

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    Contents...

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    Tables Table 1. Publishing History Details ..........11 Table 2.

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    Tables...

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    Figure 3-5. Front View of the HP Integrity rx2620 Server .......

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    About This Document This document provides information and instructions on installing the HP Integrity rx2620 server into a standard rack or tower configuration. The document printing date and part number indicate the document’s current edition. The printing date changes when a new edition is printed. Minor changes may be made at reprint without changing the printing date.

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    This guide is divided into the following chapters. Chapter 1 Introduction Use this chapter to learn about the features and specifications of the HP Integrity rx2620 server. Chapter 2 Unpack and Inspect the Server Use this chapter to inspect the server in its shipping packaging, and unpacking it.

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    Text displayed by the computer. ComputerOut Commands and other text that you type. UserInput A command name or qualified command phrase. Command An available option. Option Screen Output Example of computer screen output. The contents are optional in formats and command descriptions. If the contents are a list separated by |, you must select one of the items.

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    Diagnostics and Event Monitoring: Hardware Support Tools Complete information about HP’s hardware support tools, including online and offline diagnostics and event monitoring tools, is at the http://docs.hp.com/hpux/diag/ Web site. This site has manuals, tutorials, FAQs, and other reference material. Web Site for HP Technical Support: http://us-support2.external.hp.com/ Books about HP-UX Published by Prentice Hall The http://www.hp.com/hpbooks/ Web site lists the HP books that Prentice Hall currently publishes, such...

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    Introduction The HP Integrity rx2620 server is a 2-socket server based on the Itanium processor architecture. The server supports the following operating systems: Microsoft Windows, HP-UX, Linux, and OpenVMS. The server is available in either rack-mount or tower configurations. The server accommodates up to 12 DIMMs and internal peripherals, including disks and a DVD-ROM.

  • Page 16: Server Overview

    Server Overview Server Overview The HP Integrity rx2620 server chassis is a 2U Electronics Industry Association (EIA) enclosure, which mounts in any standard 19 inch EIA rack. All external cabling connects through the rear of the enclosure. With the server installed in the rack, service access is enhanced by the use of chassis slides. It has bays to accommodate 1 + 1 redundant, hot-swappable power supplies, accessible from the front of the product.

  • Page 17: Server Dimensions, Server Components, Itanium-2 Processors

    17.5 kg (38.6 lb.) • Min. 22.2 kg (49.0 lb.) • Max. Server Components The following components make up the HP Integrity rx2620 server: • “Itanium-2 Processors” on page 17 • “Memory” on page 18 • “PCI Riser” on page 18 •...

  • Page 18: Memory, Pci Riser, Internal Core I/o, External Core I/o, Power Supply Unit

    Introduction Server Components Memory • 12 memory DIMM slots • 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, and 4 GB standard 184 pins 2.5 V DDR1, CL2, registered, ECC • 133 MHz memory bus frequency, 266 MTransfers/s data, 8.5 Gb/s peak data bandwidth •...

  • Page 19: System Board Manageability, Enhanced Server Manageability Using The Integrated Lights Out Management Processor

    Introduction Server Components System Board Manageability • Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) • Temperature monitoring and fan regulation by BMC • BMC manageability console shared with system console and general purpose serial port • Intelligent platform management interface (IPMI) protocol for communication between BMC/system/integrated lights out (iLO) manageability card •...

  • Page 20: System Board Components

    Introduction System Board Components System Board Components This section provides a block diagram of the system board and descriptions of key components (integrated circuits) on the board. Figure 1-4 shows a block diagram of the rx2620 server. Figure 1-4 System Block Diagram Industry Standard DDR1 DIMM DIMM DIMM...

  • Page 21: Processor Sockets, Processor Bus, Zx1 I/o And Memory Controller, System Memory

    The FSB runs at 200 MHz. Data on the FSB are transferred at a double data rate, which allows a peak FSB bandwidth of 6.4 Gb/sec. ZX1 I/O and Memory Controller The HP Integrity rx2620 server supports the following features of the ZX1 I/O and memory controller chip: • 8.5 Gb/s peak I/O bandwidth •...

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    Introduction System Board Components The minimum amount of memory supported by the server is 1 GB (four 256 MB modules). The maximum amount of memory supported by the server is 32 GB (eight 4 GB modules). This design does not support any non industry standard DDR DIMMs. Only qualified DIMMs are supported. Figure 1-5 shows a block diagram of the server memory.

  • Page 23: I/o Bus Interface, Processor Dependent Hardware Controller

    Introduction System Board Components DIMMs are loaded in groups of four, known as a quad. All four DIMMs in a quad must be the same size. Table 1-2 summarizes the memory solutions. Table 1-2 Memory Array Capacities DDR SDRAM Count, Type and Min / Max Memory Size Single DIMM Size Technology...

  • Page 24: Dual Serial Controller, Field Programmable Gate Array, Baseboard Management Controller

    Introduction System Board Components Dual Serial Controller The dual serial controller is a dual universal asynchronous receiver and transmitter (DUART). This chip provides enhanced UART functions with 16-byte first-in, first-out (FIFO) processing. Registers on this chip provide onboard error indications and operation status. An internal loopback capability provides onboard diagnostics.

  • Page 25: Scsi Controller, Ide Interface, Usb Connectors

    Introduction System Board Components • Three I C primary and secondary ports (one port is used for the intelligent platform management bus [IPMB]) • Low pin count (LPC) bus provides access to three keyboard controller style (KCS), and one-block transfer (BT) interface •...

  • Page 26: Firmware, User Interface, Event Ids For Errors And Events

    Introduction Firmware Firmware Firmware consists of many individually linked binary images that are bound together by a single framework at run time. Internally, the firmware employs a software database called a device tree to represent the structure of the hardware platform and to provide a means of associating software elements with hardware functionality.

  • Page 27: Safety Information

    Introduction Safety Information Safety Information Use care to prevent injury and equipment damage when performing removal and replacement procedures. Voltages can be present within the server. Many assemblies are sensitive to damage by electrostatic discharge. Follow the safety conventions listed below to ensure safe handling of components, to prevent injury, and to prevent damage to the server: •...

  • Page 28: Installation Sequence And Checklist

    Introduction Installation Sequence and Checklist Installation Sequence and Checklist Follow the steps in Table 1-3 sequentially to ensure successful installation of the server. Table 1-3 Installation Sequence Checklist Step Description Completed Unpack and inspect the server shipping container; inventory the contents using the packing slip.

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    Unpacking and Inspecting the Server This chapter describes procedures performed before installation. Ensure that you have adequately prepared your environment for your new server, received the components that you ordered, and verified that the server and its containers are in good condition after shipment. This chapter addresses the following topics: •...

  • Page 30: Verifying Site Preparation, Inspecting The Shipping Containers For Damage, Unpacking The Server

    Confirm environmental requirements. For more information on server electrical, physical space, and environmental requirements, refer to the HP Integrity rx2620 Site Preparation Guide. Inspecting the Shipping Containers for Damage HP shipping containers protect their contents under normal shipping conditions. After the equipment arrives, carefully inspect each carton for signs of shipping damage.

  • Page 31: Checking The Inventory, Returning Damaged Equipment, Unloading The Server With A Lifter

    Unpacking and Inspecting the Server Checking the Inventory Checking the Inventory The sales order packing slip lists all of the equipment shipped from HP. Use this packing slip to verify that all of the equipment has arrived. NOTE To identify each item by part number, refer to the sales order packing slip. Returning Damaged Equipment If the equipment has any damage, you must immediately contact your HP customer service representative.

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    Unpacking and Inspecting the Server Checking the Inventory Chapter 2...

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    Installing Additional Components This chapter provides information on the controls and indicators of the server and instructions required in installing additional components and configuring the HP Integrity rx2620 server. This chapter addresses the following topics: • “Service Tools Required” on page 34 •...

  • Page 34: Service Tools Required, Esd Information

    Installing Additional Components Service Tools Required Service Tools Required Service of this product may require one or more of the following tools: • IPF CPU Install Tool Kit (P/N 5069-5441), consisting of: — Disposable ESD Kit — Label-less CPU install tool (P/N 09901-04007) •...

  • Page 35: Removing And Replacing The Top Metal Cover, Removing The Top Metal Cover

    Removing and Replacing the Top Metal Cover To access any of the internal components in the HP Integrity rx2620 server, you need to remove the top metal cover. The following procedures describe how to remove and replace the top metal cover.

  • Page 36: Replacing The Top Metal Cover

    Installing Additional Components Removing and Replacing the Top Metal Cover Replacing the Top Metal Cover Secure any wires or cables in your server so they do not get cut or interfere with the CAUTION replacement of the top metal cover. Step 1.

  • Page 37: Installing Internal Hard Disk Drives

    This section provides information about removing and replacing internal hard disk drives. The HP Integrity rx2620 server supports up to three hot-pluggable, low-voltage differential (LVD) hard disk drives. These hard disk drives are 3.5-inch form factor devices that connect to Ultra 320 Wide LVD SCSI interfaces on the disk cage backplane.

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    Installing Additional Components Installing Internal Hard Disk Drives To install a hard disk drive when the drive bay is locked, perform the following steps: Step 1. Remove the top metal cover. See “Removing the Top Metal Cover” on page 35. Step 2.

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    Installing Additional Components Installing Internal Hard Disk Drives Step 5. Release the lock on the drive being installed and swing the drive ejection handle to the open position. Step 6. Slide the hard disk drive into the slot until it is nearly seated. Figure 3-8 shows the installation of a hard disk drive.

  • Page 40: Installing Additional System Memory, Supported Dimm Sizes

    Installing Additional System Memory Installing Additional System Memory The HP Integrity rx2620 server has 12 memory sockets for installing DDR SDRAM memory modules (DIMMs). These DIMMs can either be 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, or 4GB. The system supports memory combinations from 1 GB up to 32 GB.

  • Page 41: Installing System Memory

    You must load the memory modules in the correct order: • You must install the DIMMs in the HP Integrity rx2620 server in matched quads. Two matched memory card pairs of equal size (that is, four identical DIMMs) must be installed, one pair per memory cell, as listed below: •...

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    • On HP Integrity rx2620 servers, it is acceptable to load a quad of 256 MB DIMMs in quad 1 (slots 0A, 0B, 1A and 1B), and a quad of 1 GB DIMMs in quad 2 (slots 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B).

  • Page 43: Installing Additional Pci Cards

    Installing Additional Components Installing Additional PCI Cards Step 3. Hold the memory module by the left and right edges and insert into the socket. The memory modules are keyed and can only be inserted in one direction. When the module is correctly seated, the retainer clips will return to their fully upright position.

  • Page 44: Removing The Pci Cage

    Installing Additional Components Installing Additional PCI Cards There are restrictions on the number of PCI-X cards that can be installed in the rx2620 server CAUTION at any given time, depending on the cards being used. Maximum quantity for any I/O configuration using 337972-B21, AB287A, or A9890A cards: •...

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    Installing Additional Components Installing Additional PCI Cards Figure 3-12 Removing the PCI Cage Front of server Step 3. Grasp the PCI cage cover and slide it away from the bulkhead end of the cage, then lift the cover off. Figure 3-13 Removing the PCI Cage Cover Chapter 3...

  • Page 46: Installing Pci Cards

    One AB287A card maximum plus three unpopulated slots Failure to observe this caution will result in system degradation or system failure. The HP Integrity rx2620 server has the following accessory card sockets: • Four 64-bit, 133 MHz PCI-X card sockets CAUTION Observe all ESD safety precautions before attempting this procedure.

  • Page 47: Installing An Additional Power Supply

    Metal Cover” on page 36. Installing an Additional Power Supply The supported configuration of an HP Integrity rx2620 server requires a minimum of one power supply unit (PSU). You can install a second hot-swap PSU to provide redundant (N+1) capability.

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    Installing Additional Components Installing an Additional Power Supply Step 1. Remove the front bezel from the system and remove the power supply filler panel. Figure 3-15 shows how to remove the power supply filler panel. Figure 3-15 Removing the Power Supply Filler Panel Power supply 1 Front of server Step 2.

  • Page 49: Installing An Additional Processor

    Installing Additional Components Installing an Additional Processor Installing an Additional Processor This section provides information about installing processors. The processors are located on the system board, accessible by removing the top metal cover. WARNING Ensure that the system is powered down and all power sources have been disconnected from the server prior to removing or replacing a processor.

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    Ensure that all processors are rated for use at the same speed. Failure to observe this caution will result in performance degradation. Valid processors are identified in the Parts Information chapter of the HP Integrity rx2620 Maintenance Guide. Step 7. Remove the top metal cover if not already removed. See “Removing the Top Metal Cover” on page 35.

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    Installing Additional Components Installing an Additional Processor c. At the same time, grasp the back end of the airflow guide and lift the guide out of the system. Figure 3-19 Removing the Processor Airflow Guide Front of server Step 9. Unlock the zero insertion force (ZIF) socket processor locking mechanism using the special processor tool (P/N 5069-5441) or equivalent 2.5 mm hex tool.

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    Installing Additional Components Installing an Additional Processor Step 10. Use the two alignment pins on the processor to properly align the processor on the system board. The two alignment pins fit in the alignment holes on the system board processor mount. The turbo fan power cable must be positioned so that it is located on the side of the heatsink that faces the front of the server.

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    Installing Additional Components Installing an Additional Processor Step 11. Use the special processor tool (P/N 5069-5441) shipped with your replacement processor assembly to lock the processor in place on the system board. To do this, insert the special processor tool through the turbofan blades into the lock, and rotate it clockwise 180 degrees.

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    Installing Additional Components Installing an Additional Processor Step 13. Screw in the four processor captive screws, and the two heat sink captive screws. Refer to Figure 3-25 for the screw locations. Figure 3-25 Secure the Captive Screws Processor torquing pattern Front of server Step 14.

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    Installing the Server into a Rack or Tower This chapter provides instructions on how to install the server into a rack or a tower mount configuration. The following sections are included in this chapter: • “Install the Server into a Rack” on page 56 •...

  • Page 56: Install The Server Into A Rack, Non-hp Rack, Install The Server Into A Tower Mount

    Installing the Server into a Rack or Tower Install the Server into a Rack Install the Server into a Rack The following information describes how to install the server into an HP rack, or an approved non-HP rack. HP Rack HP Integrity entry-class servers that are installed into racks are shipped with equipment mounting slides.

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    Connecting Cables This chapter describes the cables that you must connect to install the server. This chapter addresses the following topics: • “AC Input Power” on page 58 • “LAN” on page 60 Chapter 5...

  • Page 58: Ac Input Power, Power States

    Connecting Cables AC Input Power AC Input Power The server can receive AC input from two different AC power sources. If two separate power sources are available, you can plug the server into the separate power sources, increasing system reliability should one power source fail.

  • Page 59: Apply Standby Power To The Server, Power Cord Retention

    Connecting Cables AC Input Power Apply Standby Power to the Server Perform the following steps to apply standby power to the server: IMPORTANT If the server has one BPS, you must plug the power cable into the receptacle labeled PWR 1. Step 1.

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    Connecting Cables Step 2. Install the plastic clip through the rectangular slot on the power retention bracket, and pull it through until the clip clicks into place. See Figure 5-2. Figure 5-2 Power Retention Clip and Tie Wrap Step 3. Install the power cord bracket onto the server using the screws you just removed. Step 4.

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    Console Connection and Setup Setting up the console involves the following: • Determining the physical access method to connect cables. There are two physical connections to the Integrity iLO MP: RS-232 and LAN. • Configuring the Integrity iLO MP and assigning an IP address if necessary. Though there are several methods to configuring the LAN, DHCP with DNS is the preferred one.

  • Page 62: Setup Checklist

    Console Connection and Setup Setup Checklist Setup Checklist Use the checklist in Table 6-1 to assist you with the Integrity iLO MP setup process. Table 6-1 Setup Checklist Step Action Standard and Advanced Preparation 1. Determine access method to select and connect cables. 2.

  • Page 63: Setup Flowchart

    Console Connection and Setup Setup Flowchart Setup Flowchart Use this flowchart as a guide to assist in the iLO MP setup process. Figure 6-1 iLO MP Setup Flowchart Chapter 6...

  • Page 64: Preparation, Determining The Physical Ilo Mp Access Method

    Console Connection and Setup Preparation Preparation There are several tasks to perform before you can configure the iLO MP LAN. • Determine the physical access method to select and connect cables. • Determine the iLO MP LAN configuration method and assign an IP address if necessary. Determining the Physical iLO MP Access Method Before you can access the iLO MP, you must first determine the correct physical connection method.

  • Page 65: Determining The Ilo Mp Lan Configuration Method

    Console Connection and Setup Preparation Table 6-2 Console Connection Matrix (Continued) Console Operating Connection Required Connection Components System Method OpenVMS Local RS-232 serial 1. M-cable: DB25 connector on one end, and three DB-9F connectors port on the other end: • Console Remote/modem port...

  • Page 66: Configuring The Ilo Mp Lan Using Dhcp And Dns

    Console Connection and Setup Configuring the iLO MP LAN Using DHCP and DNS Table 6-3 LAN Configuration Methods (Continued) RS-232 Serial Port DHCP LAN Configuration Method (MP LC command) ARP Ping ARP Ping, RS-232 serial port, or remote/modem port RS-232 serial port, or remote/modem port RS-232 serial port, remote/modem port, or ARP Ping Cannot set up the LAN.

  • Page 67: Configuring The Ilo Mp Lan Using Arp Ping

    Console Connection and Setup Configuring the iLO MP LAN Using ARP Ping Step 4. Open a browser, telnet, or SSH client and enter the default host name. The default host name is the letters followed by the 12 characters of the MAC address. The window opens.

  • Page 68: Configuring The Ilo Mp Lan Using The Rs-232 Serial Port

    Console Connection and Setup Configuring the iLO MP LAN Using the RS-232 Serial Port IMPORTANT Make sure you obtain the MAC address to the iLO MP LAN and not the MAC address to the server core LAN. Step 2. Verify that an active LAN cable on the local subnet is connected to the iLO MP LAN port on the server.

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    Console Connection and Setup Configuring the iLO MP LAN Using the RS-232 Serial Port Step 1. Ensure the emulation software device is properly configured. The terminal emulation device runs software that interfaces with the server. The software emulates console output as it would appear on an ASCII terminal screen and displays it on a console device screen.

  • Page 70: Logging In To The Ilo Mp, Additional Setup, Modifying User Accounts And Default Password

    Console Connection and Setup Logging In to the iLO MP Step 11. After the iLO MP resets, log in to the iLO MP again and enter CM at the prompt. MP:> Step 12. Enter LS to confirm that DHCP is disabled and display a list of updated LAN configuration settings.

  • Page 71: Setting Up Security

    Console Connection and Setup Additional Setup • Console Rights (Operator) level user: login = Oper password = Oper Login and password are case sensitive. For security reasons, HP strongly recommends you modify the default settings during the initial login session. Make the following changes using any of the iLO MP user interfaces.

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    Console Connection and Setup Additional Setup • Change the default user name and password. See “Modifying User Accounts and Default Password” on page 70). • Create local accounts. You can store up to 19 user names and passwords to manage iLO MP access. This is ideal for small environments such as labs and small-to-medium sized businesses.

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    Powering On the Server This chapter provides information and procedures for powering on the server to full power. This chapter addresses the following topic: • “Powering On the Server to Full Power” on page 74 Chapter 7...

  • Page 74: Powering On The Server To Full Power, Powering On The Server

    Powering On the Server Powering On the Server to Full Power Powering On the Server to Full Power Full power occurs when the power cord is plugged into the appropriate receptacle, and either the power is activated through the MP PC command, or the power button is activated. Powering On the Server Power on the server to full power using the following methods if the server is in the standby power state: •...

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    Accessing the Host Console There are several ways to access the host console of an HP Integrity server: This chapter addresses the following topics: • “Accessing the Host Console With the TUI - CO Command” on page 76 • “Interacting with the iLO MP Using the Web GUI” on page 76 •...

  • Page 76: Accessing The Host Console With The Tui - Co Command

    Accessing the Host Console Accessing the Host Console With the TUI - CO Command Accessing the Host Console With the TUI - CO Command This section provides the steps to access the host console using the text user interface (TUI). To access the host console through the iLO MP, follow these steps: Step 1.

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    Accessing the Host Console Interacting with the iLO MP Using the Web GUI Figure 8-1 Web Login Page Step 3. Click . The page (Figure 8-2) displays after login. Sign In Status Summary Figure 8-2 Status Summary Page Function Tabs Navigation Bar Display Screen Step 1.

  • Page 78: Accessing The Graphic Console Using Vga

    Accessing the Host Console Accessing the Graphic Console Using VGA Step 3. Click to update the display. Refresh The iLO MP Web interface has a robust help system. To launch iLO MP help, click the tab in the Help Display screen or click the ? at the top right corner of each page to display help about that page.

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    Booting the Operating System This chapter covers procedures for booting and shutting down an operating system on the HP Integrity rx2620 server. The following operating systems are supported on HP Integrity servers: HP-UX 11i Version 2 (B.11.23), HP OpenVMS, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and SuSE Linux Enterprise Server.

  • Page 80: Operating Systems Supported On Hp Integrity Servers, Configuring System Boot Options

    Booting the Operating System Operating Systems Supported on HP Integrity Servers Operating Systems Supported on HP Integrity Servers HP supports the following operating systems on entry-class HP Integrity servers. • HP-UX 11i Version 2 (B.11.23) For details refer to “Booting and Shutting Down HP-UX” on page 82. •...

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    Booting the Operating System Configuring System Boot Options At the EFI Shell, the bcfg command supports listing and managing the boot options list for all operating systems, except Microsoft Windows. On HP Integrity systems with Windows installed, the \MSUtil\nvrboot.efi utility is provided for managing Windows boot options from the EFI Shell. For HP Integrity systems with OpenVMS installed, the \efi\vms\vms_bcfg.efi and \efi\vms\vms_show utilities are provided for managing OpenVMS boot options.

  • Page 82: Booting And Shutting Down Hp-ux, Adding Hp-ux To The Boot Options List

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP-UX Booting and Shutting Down HP-UX This section covers booting and shutting down HP-UX on entry-class HP Integrity servers. • To add an HP-UX entry to the boot options list, refer to “Adding HP-UX to the Boot Options List”. •...

  • Page 83: Standard Hp-ux Booting

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP-UX Step 3. At the EFI Shell environment, use the bcfg command to manage the boot options list. The bcfg command includes the following options for managing the boot options list: • bcfg boot dump —...

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    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP-UX Booting HP-UX (EFI Shell) From the EFI Shell environment, boot HP-UX on a device by first accessing the EFI System Partition (for example fs0:) for the root device, then entering HPUX to initiate the loader. Step 1.

  • Page 85: Single-user Mode Hp-ux Booting

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP-UX Step 5. Exit the console and MP interfaces when finished using them. Press to exit the system console and return to the MP Main Menu. To exit the MP, type X at Ctrl-B the Main Menu.

  • Page 86: Lvm Maintenance Mode Hp-ux Booting

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP-UX HPUX> boot -is vmunix > System Memory = 4063 MB loading section 0 ........... (complete) loading section 1 ..(complete) loading symbol table loading System Directory(boot.sys) to MFS ..loading MFSFILES Directory(bootfs) to MFS ..

  • Page 87: Shutting Down Hp-ux

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP-UX Shutting Down HP-UX To shut down HP-UX running on a system, use the shutdown command. You have the following options when shutting down HP-UX: • To shut down and reboot an HP-UX system, use the shutdown -r command. •...

  • Page 88: Booting And Shutting Down Hp Openvms, Adding Hp Openvms To The Boot Options List

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP OpenVMS Booting and Shutting Down HP OpenVMS This section has procedures for booting and shutting down HP OpenVMS on entry-class HP Integrity servers, and procedures for adding HP OpenVMS to the boot options list. •...

  • Page 89: Booting Hp Openvms

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP OpenVMS Step 3. At the EFI Shell environment, use the bcfg command to manage the boot options list. You can also accomplish this step by using the \efi\vms\vms_bcfg.efi and \efi\vms\vms_show.efi utilities, which are available on the EFI System Partition for HP OpenVMS.

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    \efi\vms\vms_loader.efi HP OpenVMS Industry Standard 64 Operating System, Version XAV1-D2Y Copyright 1976-2005 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. %PKA0, Copyright (c) 1998 LSI Logic PKW V3.2.20 ROM 4.19 %PKA0, SCSI Chip is SYM53C1010/66, Operating mode is LVD Ultra3 SCSI %SMP-I-CPUTRN, CPU #01 has joined the active set.

  • Page 91: Shutting Down Hp Openvms

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down HP OpenVMS Shutting Down HP OpenVMS This section describes how to shut down the HP OpenVMS operating system on entry-class HP Integrity servers. Step 1. From the HP OpenVMS DCL prompt, issue the @SYS$SYSTEM:SHUTDOWN command to shut down the OpenVMS operating system.

  • Page 92: Booting And Shutting Down Microsoft Windows, Adding Microsoft Windows To The Boot Options List

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Microsoft Windows Booting and Shutting Down Microsoft Windows This section describes how to boot and shut down Microsoft Windows on entry-class HP Integrity servers and how to add Windows entries to the system boot options list. •...

  • Page 93: Booting The Microsoft Windows Operating System

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Microsoft Windows Step 4. At the EFI Shell environment, issue the \MSUtil\nvrboot.efi command to launch the Microsoft Windows boot options utility. fs0:\> msutil\nvrboot NVRBOOT: OS Boot Options Maintenance Tool [Version 5.2.3683] 1. SUSE SLES 10 2.

  • Page 94: Shutting Down Microsoft Windows

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Microsoft Windows Loading.: Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Starting: Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Starting Windows... ******************************************************************************** Computer is booting, SAC started and initialized. Use the "ch -?" command for information about using channels. Use the "?"...

  • Page 95: Booting And Shutting Down Linux

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Linux Windows Shutdown from the Command Line From the Windows command line, issue the shutdown command to shut down the operating system. Step 1. Log in to Windows running on the system that you want to shut down. For example, access the system console and use the Windows SAC interface to start a command prompt, from which you can issue Windows commands to shut down the system.

  • Page 96: Adding Linux To The Boot Options List

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Linux Adding Linux to the Boot Options List This section describes how to add a Linux entry to the system boot options list. The processes for adding both Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SuSE Linux Enterprise Servers are given here. You can add the \EFI\redhat\elilo.efi loader or the \efi\SuSE\elilo.efi loader to the boot options list from the EFI Shell or EFI Boot Configuration menu (or in some versions of EFI, the Boot Option Maintenance Menu).

  • Page 97: Booting The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Operating System

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Linux Step 4. Exit the console and the iLO MP interfaces if you are finished using them. Press to exit the system console and return to the MP Main Menu. To exit the MP, type X at Ctrl+B the Main Menu.

  • Page 98: Booting The Suse Linux Enterprise Server Operating System

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Linux By default, the ELILO.EFI loader boots the kernel image and options specified by the default item in the elilo.conf file. To interact with the ELILO.EFI loader, interrupt the boot process (for example, type a space) at the ELILO boot prompt.

  • Page 99: Shutting Down Linux

    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Linux By default, the ELILO.EFI loader boots the kernel image and options specified by the default item in the elilo.conf file. To interact with the ELILO.EFI loader, interrupt the boot process (for example, type a space) at the ELILO boot prompt.

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    Booting the Operating System Booting and Shutting Down Linux Chapter 9...

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    This chapter provides basic server troubleshooting information. It is designed to help you diagnose common issues that can occur during server installation. For more advanced troubleshooting tools and procedures, see the HP Integrity rx2620 User Service Guide. This chapter addresses the following topics: •...

  • Page 102: Troubleshooting Methodology, Server Does Not Power On

    MP, and is accessed through the console. Additional information about troubleshooting is available in the HP Integrity rx2620 User Service Guide included on the CD provided with the server. Offline troubleshooting programs are available on the resource CD that is shipped with the HP server. To troubleshoot the server, you must be familiar with the Offline Diagnostics Environment (ODE) which runs in the Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI).

  • Page 103: Server Does Not Power Off

    If the problem persists, replace the power supply interface board, the MP board, or the system board. See the HP Integrity rx2620 User Service Guide for more information. Server Does Not Power Off The server power button on the front panel operates differently depending on how long the button is held in, and on what the system is doing when the button is pressed.

  • Page 104: Efi Menu Is Not Available, Operating System Does Not Boot, Operating System Boots With Problems

    — Console messages — System event logs (SEL) See the HP Integrity rx2620 User Service Guide for a description of the LEDs. Operating System Does Not Boot If the operating system does not boot, but you are able to reach the EFI from either the main disk partition or the CD, use the following tools to help solve the problem: •...

  • Page 105: Intermittent Server Problems, Dvd Problems Occur, Hard Drive Problems Occur

    5. Reseat all main memory DIMMs. 6. Reseat all cable harnesses and board connectors. See the HP Integrity rx2620 User Service Guide for more information. DVD Problems Occur DVD problems that occur during installation are usually related to faulty connections. If you are experiencing DVD problems, follow these steps: 1.

  • Page 106: Console Problems Occur, Downloading And Installing The Latest Version Of The Firmware

    Troubleshooting Console Problems Occur Console Problems Occur Console problems during installations can be caused by faulty interconnections. If you are experiencing monitor, keyboard, or mouse problems, follow these steps: 1. Check the monitor controls. Adjust contrast and brightness as required. 2.

  • Page 107: Index

    Index supported sizes disk drive See hard disk drive AC power inputs dual serial controller location problems ACPI defined Advanced Configuration and Power Interface See ACPI defined advanced configuration and power interface See not available ACPI electrostatic discharge anti-static wrist strap emulation device ARP Ping configuring...

  • Page 108

    Index installing additional LAN port locations LEDs power supply rack locking a hard drive installing server into logging in to the iLO MP remove and replace top metal cover returning damaged equipment memory See DIMMs memory airflow guide memory architecture safety information memory block diagram defined...

  • Page 109

    Index Web interface interacting with weight of server minimum wieght of server maximum ZX1 I/O...

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