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NEC Express5800/BladeServer Series
B l a d e S e r v e r
A s s e m b l y U n i t ( 4 U )
U s e r ' s G u i d e

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    NEC Express5800/BladeServer Series B l a d e S e r v e r A s s e m b l y U n i t ( 4 U ) U s e r ' s G u i d e...

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    The NEC product(s) discussed in this document are warranted in accordance with the terms of the Warranty Statement accompanying each product. However, actual performance of each such product is dependent upon factors such as system configuration, customer data, and operator control.

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    Keep this User's Guide at hand for quick reference at anytime necessary. SAFETY INDICATIONS Follow the safety instructions in this User's Guide when using the blade assembly unit. The blade assembly unit contains potentially dangerous components, and ignoring warnings may cause hazards (which can be prevented).

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    Symbols used in this User's Guide and warning labels are listed below. Attentions Indicates that improper use may cause an electric shock. Indicates that improper use may cause personal injury. Indicates that improper use may cause fingers to be caught. Indicates that improper use may cause personal injury by the moving fan blades.

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    NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

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    User's Guide, contact the sales agent where you purchased this product. (5) NEC assumes no liability arising from the use of this product, nor any liability for incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of this User's Guide regardless of Item (4).

  • Page 9: Text Conventions

    PREFACE The N8405-013F BladeServer Assembly Unit is a 4U rack-mounted enclosure that offers space- and power-efficient performance and serviceability. The CPU blade, hard disk drive, and other CPU blades are typically installed into the blade assembly unit that houses multiple CPU blades that share common resources such as cabling, power supplies, and cooling fans.

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS PREFACE ............................i Text Conventions ..........................i Related Documents ...........................i Notes on Using the Blade Assembly Unit ................. 1 Safety Notes.............................1 General ............................2 Power Supply and Power Cord....................5 Rack Assembly ..........................7 Installation, Relocation, and Storage ...................9 Operating ...........................11 Warning Labels ..........................12 For Proper Operation ........................13 Transfer to Third Party and Disposal .....................13 Features ..........................

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    Installation of Windows Server 2003..................... 75 Upgrade installation of Windows Server 2003 from Windows 2000..........76 Installation of Windows 2000 ......................78 Jobs to Perform after Installation....................79 Installation of the Driver for the Internal Floppy Disk Drive of N8405-013F......80 Specifications ........................83...

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  • Page 13: Notes On Using The Blade Assembly Unit

    Notes on Using the Blade Assembly Unit This section includes information necessary for proper and safe operation of the blade assembly unit and server. Safety Notes This section provides notes on using the blade assembly unit safely. Read this section carefully to ensure proper and safe use of the blade assembly unit.

  • Page 14: General

    NEC assumes no liability for any accident resulting in personal injury, death, or property damage if the system has been used in the above conditions.

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    Do not use any unauthorized interface cable. Use only interface cables provided by NEC and locate the proper device and connector before connecting a cable. Using an unauthorized cable or connecting a cable to an improper destination may cause a short circuit, resulting in a fire.

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    CAUTION Avoid installation in extreme temperature conditions. Immediately after the blade assembly unit is powered off, its internal components such as hard disk drives are very hot. Let the blade assembly unit internal components fully cool down before installing/removing any component. Avoid contact with the blade assembly unit during thunderstorms.

  • Page 17: Power Supply And Power Cord

    Power Supply and Power Cord WARNING Do not hold the power plug with your hands wet. Do not disconnect/connect the plug with your hands wet. Failure to follow this warning may cause an electric shock. Do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe. Never connect the ground wire to a gas pipe.

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    CAUTION Use the authorized power cord only. Use only the power cord that comes with the blade assembly unit. Using an unauthorized power cord may cause a fire when the electric current exceeds the rated flow. Also, observe the following to prevent an electric shock or fire caused by a damaged cord.

  • Page 19: Rack Assembly

    Rack Assembly WARNING Do not use the blade assembly unit in any unapproved place. Install the blade assembly unit on a standard EIA 19-inch rack assembly. Do not install the rack containing the blade assembly unit in a place inappropriate to the rack installation environment.

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    CAUTION Do not pull out a device from the rack if the rack is unstable. Always pull out a device from the rack only if the rack is perfectly stable (by the installation of stabilizers or earthquake-resistant construction). Do not leave more than one device pulled out from the rack. Pulling out more than one device from the rack at the same time may cause the rack to fall.

  • Page 21: Installation, Relocation, And Storage

    Installation, Relocation, and Storage WARNING Never attempt to lift the blade assembly unit if less than four persons are present. The blade assembly unit weighs up to 67 kg (depending on its hardware configuration). To avoid personal injury, four or more persons are required to carry the blade assembly unit.

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    WARNING CAUTION Do not leave the blade assembly unit pulled out from the rack. The blade assembly unit has no mechanical stoppers or locks to prevent it from falling from the rack. Fix the blade assembly unit to the rack while installing and removing the optional device or maintaining the blade assembly unit.

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    Operating CAUTION Do not pull out or remove the blade assembly unit from the rack if it is not necessary. Do not pull out or remove the blade assembly unit from the rack if it is not necessary. Pulling out or removing the blade assembly unit from the rack may cause the blade assembly unit to operate incorrectly but also its fall on a person, causing possible injuries.

  • Page 24: Warning Labels

    Warning Labels Warning labels are attached to potentially dangerous components or in their vicinity in your blade assembly unit to inform users of hazardous situations that may arise when operating the blade assembly unit. (Do not intentionally remove or damage any of the labels.) If you find any labels totally/partially removed or illegible, contact your service representative.

  • Page 25: For Proper Operation

    We recommended you use options provided by NEC. Some memory devices and hard disk drives of other vendors can be compatible with the server, however, if a third-party option causes damage or defect within the server, you will be charged for the repair even within the warranty period.

  • Page 26: Features

    Features The blade assembly unit can contain up to six CPU blades and two intelligent switches (L2) in the chassis of 4U (177 mm) height. Server function and switch function for 6 servers can be consolidated into one blade assembly unit. Two Ultra320 SCSI hard disk drives can be connected to one CPU blade.

  • Page 27: Part Names And Controls

    Part Names and Controls This section describes the part names and controls of the blade assembly unit. Front View (with Front Bezel Installed) The front view of the blade assembly unit with front bezel installed is shown in the figure below. Front bezel Covers the front face of the blade assembly unit.

  • Page 28: Front View (with Front Bezel Removed)

    Front View (with Front Bezel Removed) 11 12 Media The label indicating the name of lamps of each slot, is attached to the top of the front fan unit. Power Lamp KVM Select Lamp Status Lamp Media Select Lamp ID Lamp Serial Select Lamp Modia 3 3-1...

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    Power lamp (Green/Amber (#1 to #8) Located at the top left of the lamp group of each slot. The POWER lamp goes off when the relevant slot does not contain a CPU blade (slots #1 to #6) or intelligent switch (L2) (slots #7 and #8). If the slot contains either of them, the lamp indicates the power status of the device installed.

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    Media Select switch (Left: +, Right: –) The Media Select switch is provided to select the slot to connect with the floppy disk drive and CD-ROM drive at the front the blade assembly unit, or the USB device connected to the USB connector.

  • Page 31: Front View (with Front Fan Unit Removed)

    Front View (with Front Fan Unit Removed) Removing the front fan unit, you can see the bays including the 12 slots into which hard disk drives are inserted. Hard Disk Drive Slots The blade assembly unit is equipped with hard disk drive slots in the front of the unit. Up to twelve optional hard disk drives can be installed.

  • Page 32: Rear View

    "Hardware Installation and Upgrade Guide". The "Hardware Installation and Upgrade Guide" can be obtained from the following URL: http://www.nec.co.jp/express/library/ AC cable tie AC cable tie prevents the AC power cord from being disconnected. AC inlet The AC inlet is connected with a power cord.

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    Cable tray The cable tray protects the cable connected with the CPU blade.

  • Page 34: Rear View (with Rear Fan Unit Removed)

    The "Hardware Installation and Upgrade Guide" can be obtained from the following URL: http://www.nec.co.jp/express/library/ The CPU blade slot located on the rear of the blade assembly unit can contain up to six optional CPU blades. Insert additional CPU blades into slots in the descending order of slot numbers (from right to left slots).

  • Page 35: Intelligent Switch Slot

    Intelligent Switch Slot The intelligent switch slots located on the rear of the blade assembly unit can contain up to two intelligent switches (L2). Install the intelligent switch (L2) in the ascending order of slot numbers (from left to right slots). Slot 7 Slot 8 As shown in the figure below, an intelligent switch installed in slot 7 is connected to LAN1 port of...

  • Page 36: Power Unit Slot

    When a power shortage error occurs, powering on a CPU blade in the DC power-off status does not turn on the DC power. If NEC ESMPRO Agent is installed, the OS is automatically shutdown at...

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    IMPORTANT: Notes in case of the installation of two or more power units in the Blade Assembly Unit: – In order to enable the automatic power-on of the CPU blades at the re-supply of AC power when [AC-LINK] in the [System Hardware] menu of BIOS is set to [Last State] or [Power On], the time difference between the supply of AC power to a single power unit and that to every power unit must be within about 10 seconds.

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    The table below shows the number of power units required depending on the number of CPU blades. It also shows the number of power units required for redundancy. CPU blade Power slot 1 Power slot 2 Power slot 3 Power slot 4 Redundancy √...

  • Page 39: Notes On The Use Of Kvm, Media, And Serial Select Switches

    USB devices will no longer works normally. – to install the OS in manual mode – to use the ROM-DOS – to use the NEC EXPRESSBUILDER – to change the system BIOS setups Selecting the other CPU blade and performing any of the above...

  • Page 40: Media Select Switch

    USB devices will no longer works normally. – to install the OS in manual mode – to use the ROM-DOS – to use the NEC EXPRESSBUILDER – to change the system BIOS setups Selecting the other CPU blade and performing any of the above...

  • Page 41: Serial Select Switch

    Serial Select Switch Serial Select switch is used to select the CPU blade that can use the serial interface device. Pressing this switch changes the connection between the serial I/O port of CPU blade and the serial interface device connected to the serial port at the front of the blade assembly unit. To disconnect the connection with the serial interface device, first turn off the power of the CPU blade and that of the destination device and pull out the power cord from the destination device.

  • Page 42: Installation

    This subsection also describes the removal procedures. The blade assembly unit can be installed on the proper rack provided by NEC or several third vendors. (Each third vendor's rack must conform to the EIA standard. In addition, the rack should be equipped with the blade assembly unit.

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    Do not install the rack in the following locations as it may cause malfunctions of the rack, enclosure, or both. Narrow space from which devices cannot be pulled out from the rack completely. Place that cannot bear the total weights of the rack and devices mounted on the rack. Place where stabilizers cannot be installed or where the rack can be installed only after the practice of proper earthquake-resistant construction.

  • Page 44: Check The Mounting Hardware

    Check the Mounting Hardware Prepare the following parts: One rail bracket (L) (shipped with the blade assembly unit) One rail bracket (R) (shipped with the blade assembly unit) 12 M5 screws (shipped with the blade assembly unit) 8 M5 washers (shipped with the blade assembly unit) 4 core nuts (shipped with the rack assembly) Template (shipped with the blade assembly unit) NOTE:...

  • Page 45: Check The Rack And Installation Site

    Check the Rack and Installation Site The Blade Assemble Unit (blade enclosure) is the rack mount chassis exclusively used to be equipped with CPU blades and hard disks. The blade enclosure is installed in the NEC rack or NEC-recommended rack conforming to the EIA standard.

  • Page 46: Installation Procedure

    Installation Procedure Install the blade assembly unit on the rack. If using a non-NEC rack, confirm that it complies with the EIA standard and is designed for installing a blade assembly unit. For details, contact your service representative. Install the blade assembly unit on the rack in the following procedure.

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    Installation of core nuts Install the core nuts at the points confirmed in "Check of installation positions". A total of four core nuts is installed (two at each of the front left and right sides of the rack). Install each core nut to pinch the frame. A click occurs if the core nut is inserted completely.

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    Adjusting the length of rear fan unit The length of the rear fan unit can be adjusted three ways; short, standard, and stretch. The factory-set is "standard". Short: Shorten the depth of the rear fan unit according to the rack on which the rear fan unit is to be installed.

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    Remove the two screws from the bottom of the rear fan unit, and take out the hook parts. Hook parts Remove five screws from top and both sides of the rear fan unit. Separate the rear fan unit into the front and the rear sections. Take care not to apply load on the cable of the fan unit.

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    Verify the locations of screw holes for short setting and stretched setting. Stretch Standard Short Set the front and rear section of the rear fan unit so that they can be fixed to the proper position you have checked in step 5. Secure the fan unit with five screws (top and side faces sides).

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    In stretched setting, install the hook parts to the bottom of the rear fan unit with two screws, as shown in the figure below. In short setting, you do not need to install the hook parts. Keep the removed hook parts and screws for future used. <Stretched setting>...

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    Insert the rear fan unit into the blade assembly unit. NOTE: When the rear fan unit is completely inserted into the blade assembly unit, it clicks into place and locks itself. NOTE: Make sure that the hook on the bottom of the rear fan unit is completely inserted into the frame of the cable tray.

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    Installation of the blade assembly unit Three or more persons should hold the blade assembly unit so that the rear face of the blade assembly unit faces the rack. Put the L-shaped frames at the left and right sides of the blade assembly unit on the L-shaped frames of the rail brackets slowly and gently.

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    Loosen the screw to adjust the length of rail to be fit to the depth of the rack Screw Rail bracket (L) Screw washer washer Core nut Screw washer Blade assembly unit Loosen the screw to adjust the length of rail to be fit to Screw the depth of the rack washer...

  • Page 55: Removal Procedure

    Removal Procedure Remove the blade assembly unit from the rack in the following procedure. CAUTION Observe the following instructions to use the blade assembly unit safely. Failure to follow these instructions may result in death or serious personal injury. See pages 1 to 8 for details.

  • Page 56: Intelligent Switch (l2)

    Intelligent Switch (L2) The slot to install the intelligent switch is shown below. Install the intelligent switch (L2) in the ascending order of slot numbers (from left to right slots). IMPORTANT: The intelligent switch (L2) also manages the KVM Select, Media Select, and Serial Select functions. Connect the BLADE switching cable A/B and KVM cable to the intelligent switch (L2) in the slot of which Master/Slave lamp is lit, because that intelligent switch carries the management function.

  • Page 57: Installation Procedure

    Installation Procedure Install an intelligent switch in the following procedure. You can install the intelligent switch while the blade assembly unit is being powered (the CPU blade and the intelligent switch (L2) in the other slot is operating). The following shows an example of the installation. An intelligent switch can be installed on another slot in the similar way.

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    IMPORTANT: Note that the fans in fan units may be rotating. Also note that the air left in the chassis or exhausted from the fans may be at a high temperature. Push in on the frames at the both ends of the cable tray and lift it slightly. Frame Cable tray Frame...

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    If a blank cover is installed on the slot on which the intelligent switch (L2) is to be installed, remove the blank cover. IMPORTANT: Keep the removed blank cover for future use. Remove the cover of target slot only. Do not remove the blank cover from any other slot.

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    Push in the ejector and fix the intelligent switch (L2) with screws. Ejector Screw Install the removed cable tray as before. NOTE: Make sure that the frames on both sides of the cable tray are firmly inserted and the cable tray is completely installed in the blade assembly unit.

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    Connect the CPU123 connector of BLADE switching cable A to CPU BLADE 1-2-3 connector of the intelligent switch (L2), CPU456 connector to CPU BLADE 4-5-6, and KVM cable to KVM connector when: – only one intelligent switch (L2) is installed in the blade assembly unit –...

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    Insert the rear fan unit into the blade assembly unit. NOTE: When the rear fan unit is completely inserted into the blade assembly unit, it is locked and click occurs. NOTE: Make sure that the hook on the bottom of the rear fan unit is completely inserted into the frame of the cable tray.

  • Page 63: Removal Of Intelligent Switch (l2)

    Removal of Intelligent Switch (L2) Remove the intelligent switch (L2) in the following procedure. Shut down the intelligent switch (L2) and turn off the power. Perform steps 1 to 3 in the installation procedure. Disconnect cables from the intelligent switch (L2). Loosen a screw securing the intelligent switch (L2).

  • Page 64: Installing The Cpu Blade

    Ask your service representative to install or remove the CPU blade. The service personnel should read and follow instructions described in the "Hardware Installation and Upgrade Guide". The "Hardware Installation and Upgrade Guide" can be obtained from the following URL: http://www.nec.co.jp/express/library/...

  • Page 65: Installing The Hard Disk Drive

    Installing the Hard Disk Drive Follow the figure below and the correspondence table for the addition order and the positions of the additional slots. 6-1 6-0 5-1 5-0 4-1 4-0 3-1 3-0 2-1 2-0 1-1 1-0 Modia Label indicating slot number Hard disk drive slots corresponding to CPU blade slot CPU blade slot...

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    Remove the front bezel if it is installed. Turn the two thumbscrews counterclockwise to unlock the front fan unit. Modia Unlock Lock Screws Hold the front fan unit securely when you remove it from the unit. IMPORTANT: Note that the fans may be rotating. Also note that the air left in the chassis or exhausted from the fans may be at a high temperature.

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    If a dummy tray is installed on the slot on which the hard disk drive is to be installed, remove the dummy tray. IMPORTANT: Keep the removed dummy tray for future use. Release the lock of the lever on the hard disk drive to make the lever opened. Hold the hard disk drive so that the BP connector faces the blade assembly unit and the lever on the front of the drive carrier faces the top.

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    Insert the sides of the drive carrier into the guide rails at the top and bottom of the blade assembly unit slowly and carefully. Insert the drive carrier as far as it will go and lift the lever. A click occurs to lock the drive carrier. Lever hook Frame of blade assembly unit NOTE:...

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    Install the removed front fan unit. Unlock the two thumbscrews on the front fan unit. Secure the front fan unit pushing a thumbscrew to the front fan unit and then turning a screw to the lock position. Unlock Lock IMPORTANT: Make sure that the front fan unit is completely installed in its place by pulling it lightly.

  • Page 70: Front Bezel

    Front Bezel The front bezel is the security cover covering the front face of the blade assembly unit; it prevents the blade assembly unit from being pulled out from the rack unless the front bezel has first been removed. Remove the front bezel to pull the blade assembly unit out of the rack or to install or remove a hard disk drive.

  • Page 71: Removal

    Removal Insert the attached security key into the key slot and turn it towards the front bezel side (pressing slightly on it) to release the lock. Hold the dent at the right end of the front bezel and pull the front bezel toward you. NOTE: If the front bezel cannot be removed easily, hold the dent at the right side of the front bezel to pull it toward you while you attempt to...

  • Page 72: Connecting Cables

    Connecting Cables Front Panel Connect the ICMB cable, USB cable, and serial cable to the proper connectors located on the front of the blade assembly unit. You must remove the front bezel before connecting the USB or serial cable. For the ICMB cable, you need to remove the front bezel only if you want to change the chassis ID.

  • Page 73: Usb Connector

    1-16 is defined in the notation of NEC ESMPRO. Setting the chassis ID switch to 0 makes value 1 set in the notation of NEC ESMPRO and setting the chassis ID switch to A makes value 1 set in the notation of NEC ESMPRO.

  • Page 74: Rear Side

    Rear Side To connect the LAN cable (RJ-45) to the blade assembly unit or interface cables to the CPU blade, remove the rear fan unit shown in the figure below. You do not need to remove the rear fan unit when connecting the power cord.

  • Page 75: Combo Connector (cpu Blade)

    Save cables in the cable tray to be routed to the outside so that they may not disturb the installation of the rear fan unit. Cable tray Combo Connector (CPU Blade) Connect the combo connector at the front of the CPU blade to the CPU BLADE connector at the front of the intelligent switch (L2) with the BLADE switching cable A or B (see the figure below).

  • Page 76: Kvm Connector

    KVM Connector Connect the KVM connector at the front of intelligent switch (L2) to the Output Video USB connector of the device having the keyboard (K), video (V, monitor), or mouse (M) with KVM cable. CPU blade CPU blade CPU blade CPU blade CPU blade CPU blade...

  • Page 77: Power Connector

    CPU blades. If you want to use a peripheral and/or interface cable supplied by a vendor other than NEC (third party), first ask your service representative whether the device is compatible with the Blade Assembly Unit.

  • Page 78: Powering On/off

    Powering On/Off There are three ways to turn on the power of the blade assembly unit. To turn off the power, shutdown from the OS, and press the POWER switch located on the blade assembly unit or on the CPU blade. The POWER lamp goes off. IMPORTANT: Perform the power-on procedure of the blade assembly unit by either the use of the POWER switch or the remote...

  • Page 79: Powering On From The Cpu Blade

    Powering ON from the CPU blade Press the POWER switch on the panel of the CPU blade (the POWER/SLEEP lamp on the CPU blade goes on green). IMPORTANT: Do not remove the front fan unit while the rear fan unit is removed. POWER switch POWER switch POWER/SLEEP...

  • Page 80: Floppy Disk Drive

    Floppy Disk Drive Your blade assembly unit is provided with the 3.5-inch floppy disk drive on its front to write/read data to/from a floppy disk. Your blade assembly unit supports the following 3.5-inch floppy disks: 2HD floppy disk (FAT 1.44MB) 2DD floppy disk (720KB) NOTE: Windows XP does not support 720KB formatting.

  • Page 81: Handling Floppy Disks

    To avoid any loss of data, NEC recommends that you should make a back-up copy of your valuable data on a regular basis. (Make sure to make a back-up copy of every floppy disk provided with the...

  • Page 82: Cd-rom Drive

    CD-ROM Drive Your server is provided with the CD-ROM drive on its front to read data from a CD-ROM (read-only compact disk). The CD-ROM provides larger and faster data read than the floppy disk. CAUTION Observe the following instructions to use the blade assembly unit safely. Failure to follow these instructions may cause a fire, personal injury, or property amage.

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    Failure to Eject the Disk When you fail to eject the CD-ROM tray with the Eject button and take out the CD-ROM from the blade assembly unit, follow the procedure below. Shutdown the OS, and press the POWER switch to power off the unit. (The POWER lamp goes off.) Insert a metal pin of approximately 1.2 mm in diameter and 100 mm in length into the emergency hole on the right front of the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 84: Handling The Cd-rom

    Handling the CD-ROM Keep the following notes in mind to use the CD-ROM for the blade assembly unit: The ability to play back disks that do not conform to the CD standard is not guaranteed. Do not drop the CD-ROM. Do not place anything on the CD-ROM or bend the CD-ROM.

  • Page 85: Additional Power Unit (n8405-012/012f)

    Ask your service representative to install or remove the Additional Power Unit (N8405-012/012F). The service personnel should read and follow instructions described in the "Hardware Installation and Upgrade Guide". The "Hardware Installation and Upgrade Guide" can be obtained from the following URL: http://www.nec.co.jp/express/library/...

  • Page 86: Local Installation Of N8400-013af/014af/017f/018f/019f Cpu Blade

    Items Required for Local Installation The following items are required for local installation using the internal floppy disk drive and CD-ROM drive of N8405-013F blade assembly unit. Before starting the job, prepare the following items including disks and manuals: For Windows Server 2003 –...

  • Page 87: Installation Of Windows Server 2003

    Drive A: * Press ENTER when ready. Insert the Windows Server 2003 OEM-DISK for NEC EXPRESSBUILDER into the floppy disk drive and select [Adaptec Ultra320 SCSI Cards (Win XP/Server 2003 IA-32)]. The following message appears.

  • Page 88: Upgrade Installation Of Windows Server 2003 From Windows 2000

    Press S if the Adaptec HostRAID is used. If the Adaptec HostRAID is not used, go to Step 10. Insert the "Windows Server 2003 OEM-DISK for NEC EXPRESSBUILDER" into the floppy disk drive and press Enter. A list of the SCSI adapter is displayed.

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    Drive A: * Press ENTER when ready. Insert Windows Server 2003 OEM-DISK for NEC EXPRESSBUILDER into the floppy disk drive and select [Adaptec Ultra320 SCSI Cards(Win XP/Server 2003 IA-32)]. The following message appears. The driver you provided seems to be newer than the Windows default driver.

  • Page 90: Installation Of Windows 2000

    Drive A: * Press ENTER when ready. Insert the Windows 2000 Setup Driver for the Internal Floppy Disk Drive (provided with N8405-013F) into the floppy disk drive and press Enter. The driver for the USB floppy disk drive appears.

  • Page 91: Jobs To Perform After Installation

    Select "NEC USB FDD Windows 2000" and press Enter. Press S again. Insert Windows 2000 OEM-DISK for NEC EXPRESSBUILDER into the floppy disk drive and press Enter. The list of SCSI adapters appears. Select the [Adaptec Ultra320 SCSI Cards (Win2000)] and press Enter.

  • Page 92: Installation Of The Driver For The Internal Floppy Disk Drive Of N8405-013f

    Installation of the Driver for the Internal Floppy Disk Drive of N8405-013F To use the internal floppy disk drive of the blade assembly unit with Windows 2000, the proper driver must be installed in the following steps. Prepare "Windows 2000 Driver for Internal Floppy Disk Drive (CD-ROM)"...

  • Page 93

    Select the [Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)] radio button and click [Next]. Insert the "Windows 2000 Driver for Internal Floppy Disk Drive" CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Put a checkmark on "CD-ROM drives" only and then click [Next].

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    When the driver is detected from the CD-ROM, click [Next]. Click [Finish]. This completes the installation.

  • Page 95: Specifications

    Weight 31 kg, 73 kg in maximum configuration Operating Temperature 10 to 35°C Operating Humidity 20 to 80% RH (no condensation) *1 Power Supply Unit is necessary option. N8405-013F BladeServer Assembly Unit has no Power Supply Unit in standard configuration.

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