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Express5800 Series
Express5800/ A1040b, A2040b,
User's Guide
A2020b, A2010b
February 2014, First Edition
© NEC Corporation 2014
80.102.01-101.01

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  • Page 1

    NEC Express Server Express5800 Series Express5800/ A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide Chapter 1 General Description Chapter 2 Preparations Chapter 3 Setup Chapter 4 Appendix 80.102.01-101.01 February 2014, First Edition © NEC Corporation 2014...

  • Page 2: Documents Provided With This Product

    Useful features and the detail of system BIOS settings, RAID Features Configuration Utility, and EXPRESSBUILDER Chapter 3: Appendix Error messages and Windows Event Logs Other documents Provides the detail of NEC ESMPRO, Universal RAID Utility, and the other features. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Documents Provided with This Product ......................... 2 Contents ................................3 Notations Used in This Document ......................... 9 Notations used in the text ..........................9 Optical disk drives ............................9 Hard disk drives ............................9 Removable media ............................9 Abbreviations of Operating Systems (Windows) ..................

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents 4.2.2 Check the Setup Procedure ....................118 4.2.3 Using Operation Management Features ................120 4.3 Management Features ........................121 4.3.1 Server Management ......................121 4.3.2 Storage Management ......................123 4.3.3 Power Management ......................125 4.3.4 Network Management ......................125 4.3.5 Remote Management ......................

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1.14.4 Installation ........................... 193 1.14.5 Setting Required after Installation ..................193 1.14.6 Using Memory RAS Feature ....................194 1.15 Extra Battery for RAID Controller ....................202 1.15.1 Handling precautions ......................202 1.15.2 Installation ........................... 202 1.16 PCI Card ............................203 1.16.1 Notes ...........................

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents 5.3 HTTP/HTTPS ............................. 267 5.4 Login using LDAP/Active Directory ....................267 5.5 EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Network Configuration ..............268 5.5.1 Configuring from Web Console or SMASH-CLP via Maintenance LAN ........ 268 5.5.2 Configuring from Web Console or SMASH-CLP via Management LAN ........ 268 5.5.3 Configuring using BMC Configuration in Off-line TOOL of BIOS ...........

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents 8.4.4 reset ............................411 8.4.5 set 412 8.4.6 show ............................412 8.4.7 start ............................412 8.4.8 stop ............................413 8.4.9 version ........................... 413 8.5 Remote Control ..........................414 8.5.1 Power On ..........................414 8.5.2 Forced Power Off ........................414 8.5.3 OS Shutdown ........................

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1.1 EXPRESS5800/ A1040b (1/2) ......................460 1.2 EXPRESS5800/ A1040b (2/2) ......................462 1.3 EXPRESS5800/ A2040b (1/2) ......................464 1.4 EXPRESS5800/ A2040b (2/2) ......................466 1.5 EXPRESS5800/ A2020b (1/2) ......................468 1.6 EXPRESS5800/ A2020b (2/2) ......................470 1.7 EXPRESS5800/ A2010b (1/2) ......................472 1.8 EXPRESS5800/ A2010b (2/2) ......................

  • Page 9: Notations Used In This Document

    Notations Used in This Document Notations Used in This Document Notations used in the text In addition to safety-related symbols urging caution, 3 other types of notations are used in this document. These notations have the following meanings. Important Indicates critical items that must be followed when handling the hardware or operating software.

  • Page 10: Abbreviations Of Operating Systems (windows)

    Notations Used in This Document Abbreviations of Operating Systems (Windows) Windows Operating Systems are referred to as follows. Refer to the Installation Guide (Windows) for detailed information. Notations in this document Supported Windows OS Windows Server 2012 Standard Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2012 Datacenter Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard (SP1 or later) Windows Server 2008 R2...

  • Page 11: Trademarks

    Trademarks Trademarks EXPRESSSCOPE is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, and MS-DOS are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Intel and Xeon are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation of the United States. AT is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation of the United States and other countries.

  • Page 12

    Trademarks Marques commerciales EXPRESSSCOPE est une marque déposée de NEC Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, et MS-DOS sont des marques déposées ou des marques commerciales de Microsoft Corporation aux États-Unis et dans d’autres pays. Intel et Xeon sont des marques déposées de Intel Corporation aux États-Unis. AT est une marque déposée de International Business Machines Corporation aux États-Unis et dans d’autres pays.

  • Page 13

    Trademarks Marchi commerciali EXPRESSSCOPE è un marchio commerciale registrato di NEC Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server e MS-DOS sono marchi commerciali registrati o marchi commerciali di Microsoft Corporation negli Stati Uniti e in altri Paesi. Intel e Xeon sono marchi commerciali registrati di Intel Corporation degli Stati Uniti. AT è un marchio commerciale registrato di International Business Machines Corporation degli Stati Uniti e altri Paesi.

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    Trademarks Handelsmarken EXPRESSSCOPE ist eine registrierte Handelsmarke der NEC Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server und MS-DOS sind registrierte Handelsmarken oder Handelsmarken der Microsoft Corporation in den vereinigten Staaten und anderen Ländern. Intel und Xeon sind registrierte Handelsmarken der Intel Corporation der Vereinigten Staaten.

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    Trademarks Marcas comerciales EXPRESSSCOPE es una marca comercial registrada de NEC Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server y MS-DOS son marcas comerciales registradas o marcas comerciales de Microsoft Corporation en los Estados Unidos y otros países. Intel y Xeon son marcas comerciales registradas de Intel Corporation en los Estados Unidos.

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    Trademarks 商标 EXPRESSBUILDER、 ESMPRO及EXPRESSSCOPE® 为NEC公司的注册商标。 Microsoft、 Windows、 Windows Server 及MS-DOS为Microsoft Corporation在美国以及其他国家的注册商标或商标。 Intel®及Xeon®为美国Intel Corporation的注 册商标。AT为美国International Business Machines Corporation在美国及其他国家的注册商标。Adaptec及其标识和 SCSISelect为美国Adaptec, Inc.的注册商标或商标。 LSI以及LSI标识设计为LSI公司的商标或注册商标。 Adobe®、 Adobe 标识以及Acrobat为Adobe Systems Incorporated (Adobe系统公司) 的商标。 DLT和DLTtape为美国Quantum Corporation 的商标。LTO为International Business MachinesCorporation、Hewlett-Packard Company以及Seagate Technology在美 国的商标。PCI EXPRESS为Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group的商标。 Linux®为Linus Torvalds在日本以及其他国家的商标或注册商标。Red Hat®以及Red Hat Enterprise Linux为美国Red Hat, Inc.在美国以...

  • Page 17: License Notification

    License Notification License Notification The System BIOS of this product contains open source software for the following license. EDK FROM TIANOCORE.ORG Any product redistribution that you make must also include this license and notice for EDK from Tianocore.org. Where applicable include the following license text in your redistributions. BSD License from Intel Copyright (c) 2004, Intel Corporation All rights reserved.

  • Page 18

    License Notification CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. UEFI NETWORK STACK II and iSCSI Any product redistribution that you make must also include this license and notice for UEFI Network Stack 2. Where applicable include the following license text in your redistributions.

  • Page 19

    License Notification This software may be distributed, used, and modified under the terms of BSD license: Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

  • Page 20: Regulatory Notices

    Regulatory Notices Regulatory Notices FCC Statement 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.

  • Page 21

    Regulatory Notices Turkish RoHS information relevant for Turkish market EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur CCC声明 有毒有害物质或元素 部件名称 铅 汞 镉 六价铬 多溴联苯 多溴二苯醚 (Pb) (Hg) (Cd) (Cr(Ⅵ)) (PBB) (PBDE) 印刷线路板 × ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ HDD、DVD等 × ○ ○ ○ ○ ○...

  • Page 22

    Regulatory Notices Declaration of Conformity with the requirements of Technical Regulation on the Restriction Of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (adopted by Order №1057 of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine) The Product is in conformity with the requirements of Technical Regulation on the Restriction Of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment (TR on RoHS).

  • Page 23: Warnings And Additions To This Document

    Warnings and Additions to This Document Warnings and Additions to This Document 1. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of NEC Corporation. 2. The contents of this document may be revised without prior notice.

  • Page 24: Precautions For Use (be Sure To Read)

    Chapter 1 (5. Names and Functions of Parts) in this document. Safety precautions Follow the instructions in this document for the safe use of NEC Express server. This User’s Guide describes hazardous parts of the server, possible hazards, and how to avoid them. Server components with possible danger are indicated with a warning label placed on or around them (or, in some cases, by printing the warnings on the server).

  • Page 25

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) (A label example used in this User’s Guide) Symbol to Description of a Term indicating a degree of draw attention WARNING Use only the specified outlet Use a grounded outlet with the specified voltage. Use of an improper power source may cause a fire or a power leak.

  • Page 26: Symbols Used In This Document And On Warning Labels

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Symbols used in this document and on warning labels Attentions Indicates the presence of electric shock Indicates the presence of mechanical parts that hazards. can result in bodily injury. Indicates the presence of a hot surface or Indicates the presence of mechanical parts that component.

  • Page 27: Safety Notes

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Safety notes This section provides notes on using the server safely. Read this section carefully to ensure proper and safe use of the server. For symbols, refer to Safety precautions. General WARNING Do not use the server for services where human life may be at stake or high reliability is required. This server is not intended for use in medical, nuclear, aerospace, mass transit or other applications where human life may be at stake or high reliability is required, nor is it intended for use in controlling such applications.

  • Page 28

    Chapitre1 (5. Noms et Fonctions des pièces) dans ce document. Mesures de sécurité Suivez les instructions dans ce document pour une utilisation en toute sécurité du serveur NEC Express. Ce guide de l’utilisateur décrit les pièces dangereuses du serveur, les dangers possibles, et comment les éviter.

  • Page 29

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) (Exemple d’étiquette utilisée dans ce guide de l’utilisateur) Symbole pour Description de Terme indiquant le degré attirer l’attention l’avertissement de danger AVERTISSEMENT Utilisez uniquement une prise murale spécifiée Utilisez une prise murale conforme à la tension attendue par l’appareil. L’utilisation d’une source d’alimentation inappropriée peut provoquer un incendie ou une dissipation d’énergie.

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    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Symboles utilisés dans ce document et sur les étiquettes d’avertissement Attentions Indique la présence de pièces mécaniques Indique la présence d’un risque d’électrocution. pouvant provoquer des blessures corporelles. Indique la présence d’une surface ou d’un Indique la présence de pièces mécaniques composant chaud.

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    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Notes de sécurité Cette section fournit des notes sur l’utilisation en toute sécurité du serveur. Lisez cette section attentivement pour vous assurer une utilisation et en toute sécurité du serveur. Pour connaître la signification des symboles, consultez la partie Mesures de sécurité.

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    Precauzioni di sicurezza Seguire le istruzioni nel presente documento per un uso sicuro del server Express NEC. La Guida per l'utente descrive parti pericolose del server, possibili pericoli e in che modo evitarli. I componenti del server con possibile pericolo sono indicati con un'etichetta di avvertimento posta sopra di essi o nelle loro vicinanze (o, in alcuni casi, stampando gli avvertimenti sul server).

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    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) (Un esempio di etichetta utilizzata nella presente Guida per l'utente) Simbolo per attirare Descrizione di un Termine che indica un grado l'attenzione avvertimento di pericolo AVVERTIMENTO Utilizzare solo l'uscita specificata Utilizzare un'uscita con messa a terra con la tensione specificata. L'uso di una fonte di alimentazione impropria può...

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    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Simboli utilizzati nel presente documento e sulle etichette di avvertimento Attenzione Indica la presenza di parti meccaniche che Indica la presenza di pericoli di shock elettrico. possono provocare lesioni corporee. Indica la presenza di una superficie o Indica la presenza di parti meccaniche che componente caldo.

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    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Note sulla sicurezza Questa sezione fornisce note sull'utilizzo in sicurezza del server. Leggere attentamente questa sezione per garantire un uso corretto e sicuro del server. Per i simboli, consultare Precauzioni di sicurezza. Generalità AVVERTIMENTO Non utilizzare il server per servizi in cui la vita umana può...

  • Page 36

    Dokument. Sicherheitsmaßnahmen Folgen Sie den Anleitungen in diesem Dokument für sicheren Gebrauch des NEC Express Servers. Diese Bedienungsanleitung beschreibt die gefährlichen Teile des Servers, mögliche Gefahren und wie man sie vermeidet. Server-Komponenten mit möglicher Gefahr sind mit einem Warnschild gekennzeichnet, das auf ihnen oder neben ihnen angebracht ist (oder in einigen Fällen sind sie auf dem Server aufgedruckt).

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    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) (Ein Schildbeispiel, wie es in der Bedienungsanleitung verwendet wird) Symbol, um Beschreibung einer Begriff, der den Grad der Aufmerksamkeit Warnung Gefahr angibt zu erregen WARNUNG Verwenden Sie nur die festgelegte Steckdose Verwenden Sie eine geerdete Steckdose mit der festgelegten Spannung. Die Verwendung einer unzulässigen Stromquelle kann einen Brand oder ein Kraftleck verursachen.

  • Page 38

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Symbole, die in diesem Dokument und auf den Warnschildern verwendet werden Achtung Weist auf die Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlags Weist auf die Gefahr hin, dass mechanische hin. Teile Verletzungen verursachen können. Weist auf eine heiße Oberfläche oder Weist auf die Gefahr hin, dass mechanische Komponente hin.

  • Page 39

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Sicherheitshinweise Dieser Abschnitt gibt Hinweise darauf, wie der Server sicher verwendet werden kann. Lesen Sie sich diesen Abschnitt sorgfältig durch, um einen korrekten und sicheren Gebrauch des Servers zu gewährleisten. Symbole finden Sie in den Sicherheitsmaßnahmen. Allgemein WARNUNG Verwenden Sie den Server nicht für Dienste, bei denen das menschliche Leben auf dem Spiel...

  • Page 40: Precauciones De Seguridad

    Precauciones de seguridad Siga las instrucciones de este documento para poder realizar un uso seguro del servidor NEC Express. Esta guía del usuario describe las piezas peligrosas del servidor, los posibles peligros y cómo evitarlos. Los componentes del servidor que pueden suponer un peligro se indican con una etiqueta de advertencia situada sobre o cerca de los mismos (en algunos casos, las advertencias se imprimen en el servidor).

  • Page 41

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) (Una etiqueta de ejemplo utilizada en esta Guía del usuario) Símbolo para Descripción de una Término que indica un grado llamar la atención advertencia de peligro ADVERTENCIA Utilizar únicamente la toma de corriente especificada Utilizar una toma de corriente a tierra con la tensión especificada.

  • Page 42

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Símbolos utilizados en este documento y en las etiquetas de advertencia Atención Indica la presencia de peligro de descarga Indica la presencia de piezas mecánicas que eléctrica. pueden provocar daños físicos. Indica la presencia de una superficie o un Indica la presencia de piezas mecánicas que componente calientes.

  • Page 43

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Notas de seguridad Esta sección proporciona notas acerca del uso seguro del servidor. Lea atentamente esta sección para garantizar un uso seguro y correcto del servidor. Para conocer los símbolos, consulte las Precauciones de seguridad.

  • Page 44

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 使用时的注意事项(必读) 以下内容为您安全、 正确地使用本产品提供了必要的信息。 关于此处所述名称的详细信息, 请参阅 【第 1 章 (5. 各 部分的名称和功能)】。 安全标识 为了安全使用本产品,请遵守用户指南中的指示。 该用户指南描述了本设备中存在危险的组件、可能遭遇的危险以及如何避开危险。在本设备中可能存在危险的组 件处或其周围粘贴(或者印刷)有警告标签。 用户指南及警告标签中,根据危险程度不同来使用词语“警告”和“注意”。其各自的意义如下所示: 表示有导致人员死亡或者重伤的风险。 表示有导致烧伤、其它伤害或财产损失的风险。 为了提醒针对危险事项的注意,采用以下三种符号进行提示。其各自的意义如下所示: 该符号表示可能发生危险。符号中的图用于表示危险的内 (例) 敦促注意 容。 (注意触电) 该符号表示禁止某种行为。符号中或者附近的图用于表示禁 (例) 禁止行为 止的行为。 (禁止拆卸) 该符号表示必须执行某种行为。符号中的图用于表示必须执 (例) 必须执行 行的行为。执行该行为是为了避免危险。 (拔下插头)...

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    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) (用户指南中的标示例) 敦促注意的符 需要注意的事 表示危险的程 请勿使用非指定的插座 请使用指定电压的接地插座。使用非指定插座可能引起火灾或者漏电。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 46

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 本书及警告标签中使用的符号及其内容 敦促注意 表示有触电的危险。 表示有手指被夹伤的危险。 表示有高温受伤的危险。 表示有受伤的危险。 表示有爆炸或破裂的危险。 表示有激光导致失明的危险。 表示有冒烟或着火的危险。 表示非特定的一般性注意和警告。 禁止行为 请勿对本设备进行拆卸、修理或改造。否则有触电 请勿用湿手触摸。否则有触电的危险。 或发生火灾的危险。 请勿触摸指定位置以外的部分。 否则有触电或灼伤 请勿在水或其他液体飞溅的环境中使用。 沾水后有 的危险。 触电或着火的危险。 请勿靠近火源。否则有着火的危险。 表示非特定的一般性禁止。 必须执行 请将本设备的电源插头从插座上拔下。 否则有发生 非特定的对于一般性用户操作的指示。 请按照说明 火灾或触电的危险。 进行操作。 请务必接地。否则有触电或发生火灾的危险。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 47

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 安全注意事项 为了安全使用本产品,请仔细阅读并理解本节所述的注意事项。关于符号,请参照【安全标识】。 整体注意事项 请勿用于涉及到生命安全或需要高度可靠性的业务。 本设备并非用于嵌入医疗器械、核能设备、航空宇宙机器或者运输设备及器械等事关人命或需要高度可靠性 的设备和机器,也不用于对其进行控制。对于将本设备用于这些设备和机器、控制系统所引起的后果、人身 伤亡、财产损失等,本公司概不负责。 发生冒烟、异味、杂音时请不要继续使用 如发生冒烟、异味、杂音等现象时,请立即关闭电源,并将电源插头从插座上拔下。然后请联系维护服务公 司。若继续使用可能导致火灾。 请勿插入金属丝或金属片 请勿从通气孔或光盘驱动器的缝隙插入金属片或金属丝等异物。可能导致触电。 请勿使用规格外的机架 本设备也可安装在符合EIA标准的19型(英寸)机架上。请勿安装在不符合EIA标准的机架上。否则不但可能 引起本设备的功能异常,还可能导致人员受伤或者周围设施的损坏。关于本设备适用的机架,请咨询维护服 务公司。 请勿在指定以外的场所使用 请勿将安装本设备的机架设置在不合适的场所。 否则不但可能给安装在本设备或机架上的其他系统带来负面影响,还可能引起火灾或者由于机架翻倒而引起 受伤。关于设置场所的详细说明以及防震措施,请参照机架附带的说明说或咨询维护服务公司。 请勿在日本国以外的区域使用 本设备仅限在日本国内使用及贩卖。请勿在日本国以外的区域使用。在日本国以外使用本设备可能引起火灾 或者触电。 防止水或异物进入本设备 务必防止水之类的液体、细针以及别针等异物进入本设备。有可能导致火灾、触电以及故障。一旦有异物进 入,请立即关闭电源,将电源插头从插座上拔下来。不要自行拆卸,请联系维护服务公司。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 48: Rack Installation

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Rack installation CAUTION Do not attempt to carry or install the server alone More than two people are required to carry or install the rack. Otherwise, the rack may fall, resulting in personal injury or damage to peripheral devices. In particular, tall racks such as a 44U rack become unstable unless steadied with a stabilizer.

  • Page 49

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Installation du rack ATTENTION N’essayez pas de porter ou d’installer le serveur seul Au moins deux personnes sont nécessaires pour transporter ou installer le rack. Autrement, le rack peut tomber et vous blesser ou endommager périphériques. En particulier, les grands racks comme le rack 44U deviennent instables à...

  • Page 50

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Installazione del rack ATTENZIONE Non tentare di trasportare o installare il server da soli Sono necessarie più di due persone per trasportare o installare il rack. In caso contrario, il rack può cadere, provocando lesioni personali o danni a dispositivi periferici. In particolare, rack alti come i rack 44U diventano instabili tranne se fissati con uno stabilizzatore.

  • Page 51

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Gestellinstallation ACHTUNG Versuchen Sie nicht den Server allein zu tragen oder zu installieren Es sind mehr als zwei Personen erforderlich, um das Gestell zu tragen oder zu installieren. Ansonsten kann das Gestell umfallen, was zu Personenschäden oder Schäden an den Peripheriegeräten führen kann.

  • Page 52

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Instalación del rack CUIDADO No debe trasladar o instalar el servidor una única persona Se requieren más de dos personas para trasladar o instalar el rack. De lo contrario, el rack puede caerse, produciendo daños personales o a los dispositivos periféricos.

  • Page 53

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 有关安装及使用机架的注意事项 请勿试图一个人搬运或安装 如果搬运或者安装机架,需要两人以上。否则可能出现机架翻倒,导致人员受伤或者周围设施损坏。尤其是 高的机架(例如44U机架),在没有用稳固器固定的情况下会处于不稳定的状况。请确保两人以上一边扶持 一边进行机架的搬运或安装。 设置时请避免重量分配过于集中 为避免机架和所安装设备的重量分布过于集中,请安装稳固器或者将多个机架连接在一起以分散荷重。否则 可能出现机架翻倒从而造成人员受伤。 请勿独自安装组件,并请检查机架门上合页的轴 安装机架组件例如门或者导轨时需要两人以上。安装机架门时要确保上方和下方的合页轴安装到位。否则可 能导致组件掉落甚至人员受伤。 请勿从不稳定状态的机架中抽取设备 从机架中抽取设备时,请确保机架处于稳定状态(使用稳固器或者采取防震措施)。否则可能出现机架翻倒 从而造成人员受伤。 请勿一次性从机架中抽取一台以上的设备 一次性从机架中抽取一台以上的设备可能会导致机架翻倒从而造成人员受伤。请一次仅抽取一台设备。 连接设备时请勿超过电源的额定容量 为避免烧伤、火灾以及设备损坏,请确保为机架提供电源的分支电路的负荷不超过额定数值。关于供电设备 的安装以及布线,请咨询电源系统的施工公司或当地的电力公司。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 54: Power Supply And Power Cord Use

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Power supply and power cord use WARNING Do not hold the power plug with a wet hand. Do not disconnect/connect the plug while your hands are wet. Failure to follow this warning may cause an electric shock.

  • Page 55

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) CAUTION Do not use the attached power cord for any other devices or usage. The power cord that comes with your server is designed aiming to connect with this server and to use with the server, and its safety has been tested.

  • Page 56

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Utilisation de l’alimentation et du cordon d’alimentation AVERTISSEMENT Ne touchez pas la fiche d’alimentation si vous avez les mains mouillées. Ne débranchez pas/branchez pas la prise si vos mains sont mouillées. Si vous ne respectez pas cet avertissement, vous risquez de vous électrocuter.

  • Page 57

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) ATTENTION N’utilisez pas le cordon d’alimentation fourni avec d’autres périphériques ou à d’autres fins. Le cordon d’alimentation fourni avec le serveur a été conçu pour être branché et utilisé sur ce dernier et sa sécurité...

  • Page 58

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Uso dell'alimentazione e del cavo dell'alimentazione AVVERTIMENTO Non mantenere la presa dell'alimentazione con le mani bagnate. Non scollegare/collegare la presa con le mani bagnate. La mancata osservanza di questo avvertimento può provocare uno shock elettrico. ATTENZIONE Inserire la presa in un alimentatore adatto.

  • Page 59

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) ATTENZIONE Non utilizzare il cavo dell'alimentazione fissato per altri dispositivi o usi. Il cavo dell'alimentazione in dotazione con il server è progettato per il collegamento con questo server e l'uso con il server e la sua sicurezza sono stati testati. Non utilizzare il cavo dell'alimentazione fissato per altri scopi.

  • Page 60

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Verwendung Stromversorgung und Stromkabel WARNUNG Halten Sie den Stromstecker nicht mit einer feuchten Hand fest. Nicht den Stecker ziehen/anschließen, wenn Ihre Hände nass sind. Wird diese Warnung nicht beachtet, kann es zu einem elektrischen Schlag kommen. ACHTUNG Stecken Sie ihn in eine richtige Stromquelle.

  • Page 61

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) ACHTUNG Verwenden Sie das angebrachte Stromkabel nicht für andere Geräte oder einen anderen Zweck. Das Stromkabel, das mit Ihrem Server geliefert wird, ist so entwickelt worden, dass es mit Ihrem Server verbunden werden kann und sollte mit diesem Server verwendet werden und seine Sicherheit wurde getestet.

  • Page 62

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Alimentación eléctrica y uso del cable de alimentación ADVERTENCIA No sujetar el enchufe con las manos mojadas. No desconecte/conecte el enchufe con las manos mojadas. De lo contrario, puede producirse una descarga eléctrica. CUIDADO Enchufar en una fuente de alimentación adecuada.

  • Page 63

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) CUIDADO No utilizar el cable de alimentación proporcionado con otros dispositivos o para un uso distinto. El cable de alimentación que se proporciona con el servidor está diseñado para conectarse con este servidor y para ser utilizado con el servidor, y su seguridad ha sido comprobada. No utilice el cable de alimentación proporcionado para un uso distinto.

  • Page 64

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 电源及电源线的注意事项 请勿湿手触摸电源插头 请勿用湿手插拔电源插头。否则有触电的危险。 请勿使用非指定的插座 请使用指定电压的接地插座。使用非指定插座可能引起火灾或者漏电。另外,不要设置在需要用延长电线的 场所。如果连接与本设备电源规格不符的电线,可能因为电线过热而引起火灾。 使用带有0Ⅰ级别地线的AC电线系统时,必须在将电源插头连接到电源之前接好地线。断开地线连接时,必 须先断开电源插头和电源的连接。 请勿采用将多条电线连接至一个插座的布线方式 超过额定值的电流可能会使插座过热,从而引起火灾。 请勿只将插头的一部分插入插座 务必将电源插头插入直至根部。只插入一部分可能会因为接触不良而导致发热,从而引起火灾。另外,如果 插入部堆积有灰尘或者沾着水滴等,也可能导致发热而引起火灾。 请勿使用规定外的电源线 请勿使用本机附带电源线以外的电线。通过电源线的电流超过额定值时,可能引起火灾。 另外,为了避免由于电源线破损而引起的触电或者火灾,请遵守以下的注意事项: • • 请勿用力拉拽电线。 请勿夹电源线。 • • 请勿弯折电源线。 请避免化学药品沾附在电源线上。 • • 请勿扭曲电源线。 请勿在线缆上放置物品。 • • 请勿踩踏电源线。 请勿对电源线进行改造、加工或修复。 • •...

  • Page 65

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 请勿将附带电源线用于其他设备或用途 附带电源线被设计为用于连接本设备,确保能够满足使用上的安全要求。切忌用于其他设备或用途。否则可 能引起火灾或者触电。 拔掉插头时请勿拉拽电源线部分 断开电源线时,请捏住接头部分并将其垂直拔出。如果抓着电线部分拉拽或者对接头部分施加蛮力,可能会 导致电线部分破损,引起火灾或触电。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 66: Installation, Relocation, Storage, And Connection

    Use only the specified interface cable. Use only interface cables provided by NEC and locate a proper device and connector before connecting a cable. Using an authorized cable or connecting a cable to an improper destination may cause a short circuit, resulting in a fire.

  • Page 67

    N’utilisez pas de câbles d’interface autres que ceux agréés. N’utilisez que les câbles d’interface fournis par NEC et avant de brancher un câble, recherchez le périphérique et le connecteur auxquels il doit être raccordé. Si vous utilisez un câble non autorisé ou que vous branchez un câble au mauvais endroit, vous risquez de provoquer un court-circuit et du même coup...

  • Page 68

    Utilizzare solo il cavo di interfaccia specificato. Utilizzare esclusivamente cavi di interfaccia forniti da NEC e posizionare un dispositivo e un connettore adatti prima di collegare un cavo. L'uso di un cavo non autorizzato o la connessione di un cavo in una destinazione non corretta può...

  • Page 69

    Feuer führen, was durch einen Kurzschluss entsteht. Verwenden Sie nur das festgelegte Schnittstellenkabel. Verwenden Sie nur Schnittstellenkabel, die von NEC bereit gestellt werden und suchen Sie ein richtiges Gerät und Stecker, bevor Sie ein Kabel anschließen. Wird ein nicht genehmigtes Kabel verwendet oder wenn das Kabel an ein unsachgemäßes Ziel angeschlossen wird, kann es zu einem Kurzschluss...

  • Page 70

    Utilizar únicamente el cable de interfaz especificado. Utilice únicamente los cables de interfaz proporcionados por NEC e instale un dispositivo y un conector adecuados antes de conectar un cable. El uso de un cable no homologado o la conexión de un cable en un destino incorrecto pueden provocar un cortocircuito, que produciría un incendio.

  • Page 71

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 设置、设备的移动、存放以及连接的注意事项 搬运时需要至少四个人 本设备的系统整体重量最大可达到55kg(根据组成而有所不同)。进行搬运时如果不到四个人有可能引起腰 部损伤。本设备需要至少四个人来牢牢托住底面进行搬运。另外,请勿在安装着前边框的状态下搬运。前边 框有可能掉落而导致受伤。 请勿设置或存放在指定场所以外的地方 请勿在以下的场所或者本书中指定场所以外的地方设置本设备。否则可能引起火灾。 • 灰尘较多的地方。 • 锅炉附近等潮湿的地方。 • 阳光直射的地方。 • 不平稳的地方。 请勿在有腐蚀性气体的环境中使用或存放 请勿在有腐蚀性气体(二氧化硫、硫化氢、二氧化氮、氯气、氨水、臭氧等)的地方设置或使用。此外,也 不要在灰尘较多或者空气中含有加速腐蚀的成份(如氯化钠、硫磺)或导电金属的环境中设置和使用。否则 可能引起设备内部的基板腐蚀、发生故障以及冒烟和着火。如果您的使用环境具有上述情况,请联系维护服 务公司。 请勿在拆掉盖板的状态下进行安装 请勿在拆掉盖板类的状态下将本设备安装到机架上。否则不光会降低设备内部的冷却效果导致功能异常,还 可能由于灰尘入侵而引起火灾或触电。 请注意不要夹伤手指 安装至机架或者取出时,请注意不要被导轨夹住手指或者割伤手指。 请勿在处于从机架取出的状态下的本设备上放置物品 请勿在处于从机架取出的状态下的本设备上放置物品。否则可能导致框架弯曲变形而不能再次安装到机架 上。另外,也可能发生本设备掉落而使人员受伤。 请勿在插着电源插头的状态下插拔接口线缆 除了支持热插拔的设备以外,请务必将电源线从插座拔下来之后再进行接口线缆的插拔。即使关掉电源,如 果在电源线保持连接的状态下触摸电线或者接头时,也可能发生触电或者由于短路而引起火灾。 请勿使用非指定的接口线缆 请使用本公司指定的接口线缆,并在连接之前须确认被连接的设备和接头。如果使用非指定的接口线缆,或 者弄错连接位置,可能会由于短路而引起火灾。...

  • Page 72: Cleaning And Working With Internal Devices

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Cleaning and working with internal devices WARNING Do not disassemble, repair, or alter the server. Never attempt to disassemble, repair, or alter the server on any occasion except as described in this document. Failure to follow this warning may cause not only malfunction of the server but also an electric shock or fire.

  • Page 73

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Nettoyage et manipulation des périphériques internes AVERTISSEMENT Ne démontez pas, ne réparez pas et ne transformez pas le serveur. N’essayez pas de démonter, réparer ou modifier le serveur autrement que selon les procédures décrites dans ce guide.

  • Page 74

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Pulizia e funzionamento di dispositivi interni AVVERTIMENTO Non smontare, riparare né modificare il server. Non tentare mai di smontare, riparare né modificare il server eccetto come descritto nel presente documento. La mancata osservanza di questo avvertimento può provocare non solo il malfunzionamento del server, ma anche uno shock elettrico o un incendio.

  • Page 75

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Reinigung und arbeiten mit internen Geräten WARNUNG Nehmen Sie den Server nicht auseinander, reparieren Sie ihn nicht und verändern Sie ihn nicht. Versuchen Sie niemals den Server auseinander zu nehmen, zu reparieren oder abzuändern, außer wenn es in diesem Dokument so beschrieben wird.

  • Page 76

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Limpieza y trabajo con los dispositivos internos ADVERTENCIA No desmonte, repare ni modifique el servidor. Jamás intente desmontar, reparar ni modificar el servidor, salvo en las ocasiones descritas en este documento. El incumplimiento de esta advertencia puede producir no solo un funcionamiento incorrecto del servidor, sino también una descarga eléctrica o un incendio.

  • Page 77

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 有关清洁、使用内置设备的注意事项 请勿自行拆卸、修理或改造 除了本用户指南记载的情况以外,请不要试图对本设备进行拆卸、修理或改造。否则不但可能引起本设备的 功能异常,还可能导致触电或者火灾。 请勿试图拆下锂电池、镍氢电池或锂离子电池 本设备内部安装有锂电池、镍氢电池或者锂离子电池(有些选配设备中安装有锂电池、镍氢电池或者锂离子 电池)。请不要拆卸电池。如果将电池靠近火源或者浸泡在水里,可能会导致电池爆炸。 另外,由于电池寿命而导致本设备不能正常运行时,请勿自行拆卸、更换或充电,请务必联系维护服务公司。 请勿在电源插头插在插座里的状态下进行清理等操作 在进行清理、拆卸安装本设备内置的选配设备(支持热插拔的设备除外)时,请关掉电源,并且将电源插头 从插座上拔下来。 即使关掉电源, 如果在电源线保持连接的状态下触摸本设备内的部件时, 也可能发生触电。 请定期拔掉电源插头,用干布清理灰尘和其他污垢。在堆积有灰尘的状态下,或者沾着水滴等,可能导致发 热而引起火灾。 注意高温 刚刚将本设备的电源关掉时,内置硬盘驱动器等本设备内部的部件会处于高温状态。请在完全冷却之后再进 行安装或拆卸。 确保连接稳固 请确保电源线、接口线缆以及板卡被稳固地连接好。如果连接松动,有可能引起接触不良而导致冒烟或者着 火。 注意触电 本设备的冷却风扇、硬盘驱动器以及供电单元支持热插拔。在通电的状态下更换部件时,请务必注意不要碰 到内部部件的接头部位以避免触电。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 78: During Operation

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) During operation CAUTION Do not pull out or remove the server from the rack. Do not pull the server out of the rack or remove it from the rack. In addition to causing equipment to not function properly, separating the server from the rack may result in personal injury.

  • Page 79

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) En cours de fonctionnement ATTENTION Ne retirez pas ou ne sortez pas le serveur du rack. Ne sortez pas le serveur du rack ou ne le retirez pas du rack. En plus de causer des dysfonctionnements de l’équipement, séparer le serveur du rack peut vous blesser.

  • Page 80

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Durante il funzionamento ATTENZIONE Non tirare né rimuovere il server dal rack. Non tirare il server dal rack né rimuoverlo dal rack. Oltre a provocare l'errato funzionamento delle apparecchiature, staccare il server dal rack può provocare lesioni personali. Evitare di venire a contatto con il server durante i temporali.

  • Page 81

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Während des Betriebs ACHTUNG Ziehen Sie den Server nicht aus dem Gestell und entfernen Sie ihn nicht. Ziehen Sie den Server nicht aus dem Gestell und entfernen Sie ihn nicht. Zusätzlich dazu, dass die Geräte nicht richtig funktionieren, kann das Entfernen des Servers aus dem Gestell zu Verletzungen von Personen führen.

  • Page 82

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Durante el funcionamiento CUIDADO No extraer o retirar el servidor del rack. No extraiga ni retire el servidor del rack. Además de provocar un funcionamiento incorrecto del equipo, separar el servidor del rack puede provocar daños personales. Evitar tocar el servidor durante las tormentas.

  • Page 83

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 运行时的注意事项 请勿随意从机架上取出或者拆下 请勿随意从机架上取出或者拆下本设备。否则不光可能导致本设备的操作异常,而且可能使其从机架上掉落 而引起人员受伤。 打雷时请勿碰触 请勿在打雷时触摸包括线缆类在内的本机所有装置。同时,也不要进行机器的连接或拆卸。否则有可能因为 雷击而导致触电。 请勿让宠物靠近 请勿让宠物之类的生物靠近本设备。如果排泄物或毛发混入本设备内部,则有可能引起火灾或触电。 请勿将光学驱动器的托盘一直暴露在外部 可能会通过打开的托盘混入灰尘从而引起异常操作。另外,也可能撞到托盘而导致受伤。 运行过程中请勿从机架抽取设备 运行过程中请勿随意从机架上取出或者拆下本设备。否则不光可能导致本设备的操作异常,而且可能使其从 机架上掉落而引起人员受伤。 请勿在本设备上放置物品。 否则有可能使设备从机架上掉落而导致人员受伤或者财物的损失。 请注意避免被卷入 在本设备运行时, 请勿将手或头发靠近其背面的冷却风扇。 否则有可能导致手被夹伤或者头发被卷入而受伤。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 84: Warning Labels

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Warning labels Warning label are attached on or near the components with potential hazards (This label is either attached or printed on the component.) to draw attention from users to potential hazards involved in handling the server. (Do not remove or black out this label and keep it clean).

  • Page 85: External View

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) External view Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 86

    Tape media: Approximately 1 day • For optional devices, we recommend you use our NEC products. Even if they are successfully installed or connected, installation of unsupported devices can cause the server to malfunction or even failure. You will be charged to repair failure or damage caused by use of such products even within warranty period.

  • Page 87

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Handling precautions for anti-static measures The server contains electronic components sensitive to static electricity. Observe the following precautions to avoid failures caused by static electricity when installing or removing any optional devices. • Wear a wrist strap (an arm belt or anti-static glove) Wear a wrist strap on your wrist and provide earthing before starting work.

  • Page 88

    Média de bande : Environ 1 jour • Nous vous conseillons d’utiliser nos produits NEC pour les périphériques optionnels. Même s’ils sont installés ou branchés avec succès, l’installation de périphériques non pris en charge peut provoquer un dysfonctionnement ou une panne du serveur. La réparation du serveur en raison d’une panne ou d’un dommage résultant de l’utilisation de ces produits tiers vous sera facturée même pendant la période de garantie.

  • Page 89

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Précautions pour les mesures antistatiques de manipulation ( Le serveur intègre des composants électroniques sensibles à l’électricité statique. Observez les précautions suivantes pour éviter toute panne résultant de l’électricité statique lors de l’installation ou du retrait de périphériques optionnels.

  • Page 90

    Nastri: 1 giorno circa • Per i dispositivi opzionali, si raccomanda l'uso dei nostri prodotti NEC. Anche se sono installati o collegati correttamente, l'installazione di dispositivi non supportati può provocare il malfunzionamento o perfino il guasto del server. L'utente sarà responsabile delle spese per riparare guasti o danni causati dall'uso di tali prodotti anche nel periodo di validità...

  • Page 91

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Precauzioni di manipolazione (per misure antistatiche) Il server contiene componenti elettronici sensibili all'elettricità statica. Osservare le seguenti precauzioni per evitare guasti provocati dall'elettricità statica durante l'installazione o la rimozione di dispositivi opzionali. • Indossare un bracciale antistatico (una fascia per braccio o guanto antistatico) Indossare un bracciale antistatico al polso e fornire la messa a terra prima di iniziare il lavoro.

  • Page 92

    Band-Medien: Etwa 1 Tag • Für optionale Geräte empfehlen wir, dass Sie unsere NEC-Produkte verwenden. Selbst wenn sie erfolgreich installiert oder angeschlossen sind, kann die Installation von nicht unterstützten Geräten dazu führen, dass der Server eine Fehlfunktion bekommt oder fehlerhaft wird. Sie müssen für die Kosten selbst aufkommen, wenn...

  • Page 93

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) dieser Fehler oder Schaden repariert werden muss, wenn Sie solche Produkte verwneden, selbst in der Garantiezeit. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 94

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Vorsichtsmaßnahmen Handhabung (für anti-statische Maßnahmen) Der Server enthält elektronische Komponenten, die auf statische Elektrizität empfindlich reagieren. Beachten Sie die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen, um Fehler zu vermeiden, die durch statische Elektrizität entstehen, wenn Sie optionale Geräte installieren oder entfernen. •...

  • Page 95

    Dispositivos de disco: aproximadamente entre 2 y 3 horas Medios de cinta: aproximadamente 1 día • Para los dispositivos opcionales, recomendamos utilizar productos NEC. Incluso si se instalan y conectan correctamente, la instalación de dispositivos no compatibles puede provocar un funcionamiento incorrecto Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 96

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) del servidor o incluso un fallo. Deberá abonar el coste de la reparación del fallo o el daño provocados por el uso de tales productos, incluso dentro del periodo de garantía. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 97

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Precauciones de manipulación (para medidas antiestáticas) El servidor contiene componentes eléctricos sensibles a la electricidad estática. Respete las siguientes precauciones para evitar los fallos provocados por la electricidad estática cuando instale o retire cualquier dispositivo opcional.

  • Page 98

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 使用时的注意事项(如何正确使用) 为保障本产品正确运行,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。如果在使用时无视以下的注意事项,则有可能导致功能异 常或者故障。 ● 为了避免无线电波的影响,在本设备附近时请关闭手机和小灵通的电源。 ● 请参照【第 2 章(2. 设置与连接)】,将本设备设置在合适的场所。 ● 在连接或拔掉不支持即插即用的外围装置时,请在确保本设备的电源已关闭并将电源线从插座上拔掉之后再 进行。 ● 连接电源时,请将附带的电源线插入 100V 或 200V 的插座。 ● 请在确保访问指示灯熄灭之后再关闭电源或取出光盘。将电源关闭后,必须等待 30 秒以上才可以再次打开 电源。使用不间断电源设备(UPS)时,请将其设置为等待 30 秒以上之后再启动。 ● 移动本设备时,请关闭电源,并将电源插头从插座上拔下来。 ● 请定期打扫(关于打扫,请参照【维护指南】的【第 1 章(2. 日常维护)】)。 ●...

  • Page 99

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 使用时的注意事项 (防止静电措施) 本设备内部的部件由容易受到静电影响的电子部件构成。在安装或拆卸时,为了防止因受静电影响而导致产品发 生故障,请遵循以下的注意事项。 • 使用防静电腕带或防静电手套 请将腕带系在手腕上, 并将地线接地后方可作业。 如果没有腕带, 请先触摸接地机箱上没有喷涂的金属表面, 将身体里积累的静电放出之后再接触部件。另外,作业过程中也要定期地触摸金属表面以放出静电。 • 检查作业场所 - 请在已进行防止静电处理的地面或水泥地上进行作业。 - 如需在地毯等容易产生静电的地方展开作业时,请事先进行防止静电处理。 • 使用作业台 将本设备放置在防止静电的垫子上,然后开始作业。 • 服装 - 作业时请勿穿上由毛纺或化学纤维制的服装。 - 作业时请穿上防止静电的鞋子。 - 安装前请摘掉贵金属饰品(戒指、手环和手表等)。 • 使用部件的注意事项 - 在部件安装到本设备之前,请装入防止静电的袋子。 - 请手持各部件的边缘部分,不要接触端子或安装部件。 -...

  • Page 100

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Tips for your health and safety Using a computer extensively may affect different parts of your body. Here are tips you should follow while working on a computer to minimize strain on your body. Keep proper posture The basic body position for using a computer is sitting straight with your hands on the keyboard parallel with the floor, and your eyes...

  • Page 101

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Conseils pour votre santé et votre sécurité Plus vous restez devant votre ordinateur, plus vous vous fatiguez, ce qui peut entraîner divers troubles physiques. Lorsque vous utilisez un ordinateur, respectez les conseils suivants pour éviter une trop grande fatigue : Garder une posture appropriée La position de base pour utiliser un ordinateur nécessite d’être assis avec le dos droit, vos mains doivent être parallèles au sol...

  • Page 102

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Suggerimenti per la salute e la sicurezza L'uso prolungato di un computer può influire su diverse parti del corpo. Di seguito alcuni suggerimenti da seguire quando si lavora con un computer per ridurre al minimo lo stress sul corpo. Mantenere una postura adatta La posizione di base del corpo per utilizzare un computer è...

  • Page 103

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Tipps für Ihre Gesundheit und Sicherheit Wird ein Computer extensiv verwendet, kann dies Einfluss auf verschiedene Teile Ihres Körpers haben. Hier sind Tipps, die Sie bei der Arbeit am Computer beachten sollten, um die Belastung für Ihren Körper zu minimieren. Nehmen Sie die richtige Haltung ein Die grundlegende Körperhaltung zur Bedienung eines Computers ist es, gerade zu sitzen, wobei Ihre Hände auf der Tastatur parallel...

  • Page 104

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) Consejos para su salud y su seguridad El uso prolongado de un ordenador puede afectar a distintas partes del cuerpo. Le ofrecemos algunos consejos que debería seguir cuando trabaje en un ordenador, para minimizar la tensión ejercida sobre el cuerpo. Mantener una postura correcta La posición corporal básica para utilizar un ordenador consiste en sentarse con la espalda recta, las manos en el teclado en paralelo...

  • Page 105

    Precautions for Use (Be Sure to Read) 健康小贴士 连续长时间使用计算机,可能会使身体的各个部位出现异常。使用计算机时,请注意以下几点,以减轻身体的负担。 保持良好的坐姿 使用计算机时您应该保持如下的良好姿势:挺直腰背坐在椅子上,调 整键盘高度以使两手能够保持与地面平行,注视画面的视线应该从眼 睛的高度略微向下。如果采用良好的姿势,身体的任何部位都不用施 加多余的力,也就是说,这是最能够减少肌肉紧张的姿势。 不好的操作姿势:如果弯腰曲背,脸离显示器很近,这种状态下工作 会造成疲劳和视力下降。 调整显示器的角度 显示器角度大多可上下、左右调节。为防止耀眼强光射入画面、保持 显示内容清晰,调节显示器的角度必常重要。如果不调节角度,在不 易观看的角度下工作,则无法保持良好坐姿,很容易疲劳。因此,使 用前,为便于观看,请调整好显示器的角度。 调整画面亮度和对比度 显示器具有调节亮度(辉度)和对比度的功能。根据年龄、个人差异 以及环境的明亮程度不同,画面的最佳亮度、对比度也有所不同,请 根据具体情况将画面调节到易于观看的状态。画面过亮、过暗都会对 眼睛产生不良影响。 调整键盘的角度 选配的键盘有些被设计为可以调节角度。将键盘角度调节到适合输入 的状态可以有效减轻肩、手臂和手指的负担。 保持设备的清洁 不仅是外观,从功能和安全角度来看保持设备清洁也很重要。尤其是显示器的画面,沾有灰尘等污垢时会不容易看清显 示内容,需要定期清理。 累了要及时休息 建议您在感觉到疲惫时适当地休息,可以做做简单的体操,来转换一 下心情。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 106: Chapter 1 General Description

    NEC Express5800 Series Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b General Description This chapter describes the features of the server and points that the customer needs to understand at introducing the server. 1. Introduction 2. Accessories Verify the condition of your server's accessories.

  • Page 107: Introduction

    This high performance server is powered by the latest microprocessor "Intel Xeon processor". NEC’s latest technology and architectures realize high-power and high-speed operation that cannot be matched by existing servers. The server is designed with consideration of not only reliability but also expandability, which enables you to use it as a network server.

  • Page 108: Accessories

    Chapter 1 General Description 2. Accessories Accessories The carton box contains various accessories which are required for setup or maintenance. Make sure you have them all for future use. • Rack-mount kit • EXPRESSBUILDER • SUV cable • Getting Started •...

  • Page 109: Standard Features

    Chapter 1 General Description 3. Standard Features Standard Features The server has the following standard features: (: Feature depending on server model or OS) High Performance • Intel® Xeon® Processor E7-8800/4800 v2 Product Family • Intel® Turbo Boost Technology feature •...

  • Page 110

    • Spare Core IO / Clock / BMC *3  • BIOS password feature Management Utilities • Server management software (NEC ESMPRO product) • System BIOS/firmware management software (ExpressUpdate) • Remote controlling feature (EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3) • RAID System management utility (Universal RAID Utility) •...

  • Page 111

    Chapter 1 General Description 3. Standard Features Ready to use • No cable connection is required to install a hard disk drive and additional power supply unit (hot plug supported). Many built-in Features • Redundant power supply system supported • Software power-off •...

  • Page 112: Feature Of Each Model

    Chapter 1 General Description 3. Standard Features Feature of Each Model There are 4 types of models for the server. • A1040 Model • A2010b Model • A2020b Model • A2040b Model 3.1.1 A1040b Model, A2040b Model On A1040b model and A2040b model, up to 4 processors, up to 4TB (64GB*64) of memory, and 16 PCI Express Card (Gen3) (x8*14, x4*2) can be installed.

  • Page 113: A2020b Model

    Chapter 1 General Description 3. Standard Features 3.1.2 A2020b Model On A2020b model, up to 2 processors, up to 4TB (64GB*64) of memory, and 16 PCI Express Card (Gen3) (x8*14, x4*2) can be installed. A2020b model has the feature which expands the memory IO, this model can provide abundant memory capacity and PCI Express Card (Gen3) slots.

  • Page 114: A2010b Model

    Chapter 1 General Description 3. Standard Features 3.1.3 A2010b Model On A2010b model, up to 1 processor, up to 2TB (64GB*32) of memory, and 9 PCI Express Card (Gen3) (x8*7, x4*2) can be installed. A2010b model has the feature which expands the memory IO, this model can provide abundant memory capacity and PCI Express Card (Gen3) slots.

  • Page 115: Checking Model Name

    Chapter 1 General Description 3. Standard Features 3.1.4 Checking Model Name Check the model name of your server with the stick-on label on upper left of the front panel. Front of the server Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 116: Introducing The Server

    Chapter 1 General Description 4. Introducing the Server Introducing the Server This section describes important points for introducing the server. Important Points for System Configuration Make sure to consider the following points to configure the system before starting the setup. 4.1.1 Operation Procedures As described in Chapter 1 (3.

  • Page 117: Operation Status/failure Monitoring And Maintenance

    The operation status and failure of the server can be monitored remotely and failures can be prevented preliminarily or recovered in a short period of time by using "NEC ESMPRO Manager” and "NEC ESMPRO Agent” attached to the server as standard.

  • Page 118: Notes On Configuring And Operating The System

    Make sure to configure the system taking full advantage of features provided by hardware and software of the server described in Chapter 1 (3. Standard Features). It is recommended to consult the maintenance service company or NEC sales representative for configuring the system. Hardware Setup Make sure to perform the setup procedure until the server can be powered on.

  • Page 119

    Set parameters of installed software to match your hardware/network environment. Define the management PC on a network connectable to the server and install the management and monitoring software. Refer to Chapter 2 (6. NEC ESMPRO) for details. System Information Backup Important After changing the hardware configuration or changing the BIOS setting, back up the system information using backup/restore feature of Remote Management.

  • Page 120: Using Operation Management Features

    OS. Refer to the descriptions of each software or online help for details. When Using Storage Management Function The following software is required in addition to the RAID Controller (option) and NEC ESMPRO Agent to manage the RAID system. •...

  • Page 121: Management Features

    These hardware features and software for the server management such as NEC ESMPRO Manager/NEC ESMPRO Agent link each other to monitor the server operation status, etc. In case of failure, these features report the failure to the administrator immediately.

  • Page 122

    :Supported, × :Unsupported Not reported by NEC ESMPRO Agent because the server is rebooted when voltage alarm occurs. For alert notification by other than NEC ESMPRO Agent, see Chapter 3 (7.7.1 BMC – (3) Alert). Not displayed on NEC ESMPRO Manager console.

  • Page 123: Storage Management

    The RAID system management utility can monitor RAID system status totally to cope with the failure of the hard disk drive in a short period of time with the linkage of NEC ESMPRO Manager and NEC ESMPRO Agent. Universal RAID Utility, NEC ESMPRO Manager and NEC ESMPRO Agent are provided Tips with the server as standard.

  • Page 124

    Chapter 1 General Description 4. Introducing the Server Backup Management Periodical backup is the most basic provision for an unexpected server failure. Devices for backup and various software for auto-backup are provided for the server. Use them appropriately to your environment such as disk capacity, transmitting speed or backup schedule setting. Device Name Description This has compatibility as standard and is widely used backup media.

  • Page 125: Power Management

    4.3.4 Network Management By using NEC ESMPRO Manager and NEC ESMPRO Agent, error packet of LAN connected to the server can be monitored. By using separately sold WebSAM/Netvisor of Windows version, the entire network can be managed.

  • Page 126: Firmware And Software Version Management

    4. Introducing the Server Firmware and Software Version Management Use of NEC ESMPRO Manager, ExpressUpdate Agent, or EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 allows you to manage versions of firmware and software as well as update them by applying update packages. This feature automatically updates modules without stopping the system just by specifying the update packages from NEC ESMPRO Manager.

  • Page 127: Names And Functions Of Components

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components Names and Functions of Components This section describes the names of the server components. Front View (with Front Bezel Mounted) (6)-4 (6)-3 (6)-2 (6)-1 (5)-4 (5)-3 (5)-2 (5)-1 (6)-8 (6)-7 (6)-6 (6)-5 (5)-8 (5)-7 (5)-6 (5)-5 (1) SYSTEM POWER LED (5)-4: PSU/FAN LED Indicates power status of server.

  • Page 128: Front View (with Front Bezel Removed)

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components Front View (with Front Bezel Removed) (12)-4 (12)-2 (11)-4 (11)-2 (10) (12)-3 (12)-1 (11)-3 (11)-1 (11)-5 (12)-8 (12)-7 (12)-5 (11)-7 (12)-6 (11)-6 (11)-8 (15) (16) (17) (13) (14)-0 (14)-1 (14)-2 (14)-3 (14)-4 (14)-5 (14)-6 (14)-7...

  • Page 129

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components (11) FRU LED (13) Optical disk drive bay Indicate failed component. Details are as follows: Used to mount optical disk drive bay. (11)-1: CPU LED Either of the following drive can be installed. (11)-2: MEM LED –...

  • Page 130: Rear View

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components Rear View (10) (8)-1 (8)-2 (8)-3 (8)-4 (11) (1) MGB#1 Status LED (7) USB connector Indicates MGB (BMC) #1 status. Used to connect devices that support the USB (See Chapter 1 (5.6.9 LEDs on RCB (Rear interface.

  • Page 131

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components External View (1) Top cover (2) Lock lever Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 132: Internal View

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components Internal View The duct is not shown in the figure below. (1) Cooling fan (4) PCI card slot Two cooling fan units are factory installed. (One unit Up to 16 low-profile PCI card can be installed. contains 4 cooling fans.) (5) Rear connector board (RCB) (2) Memory riser (MR)

  • Page 133: Led Indications

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components LED Indications This section explains the indication and meanings of the server LEDs. 5.6.1 SYSTEM POWER LED ( ) SYSTEM POWER LED indicates power ON/OFF status of the server. The following table lists SYSTEM POWER LED patterns and their explanation. SYSTEM POWER LED pattern Explanation On (green)

  • Page 134: System Status Led ( )

    The following table lists SYSTEM STATUS LED patterns, their explanation and solution. If you have installed NEC ESMPRO, you can view error logs to check the causes of Tips failures.

  • Page 135: Fru (cpu, Mem, Pci, Psu/fan, Next, Misc) Led

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components 5.6.5 FRU (CPU, MEM, PCI, PSU/FAN, NEXT, MISC) LED You can confirm the failed FRU by viewing FRU LED. (FRU is an abbreviation of Field Replacement Unit. FRUs include all parts (modules/units) replaceable when a failure occurs and are replaced.) You can identify the failed component in detail by viewing Location LED together with FRU LED.

  • Page 136

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components VLT/TMP LED pattern Explanation Solution Blinking (amber) Contact your service representative. Temperature is in abnormal state. Operating normally. – Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 137: Location Led

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components 5.6.8 Location LED The failed FRU can be identified in detail by viewing Location LED together with FRU LED. (For FRU LED, see Chapter 1 (1.6.5 FRU (CPU, MEM, PCI, PSU/FAN, NEXT, MISC) LED).) Location LED is composed of 8 LEDs. If any of 8 LEDs are lit, the relevant FRU LED (one of CPU, MEM, PCI, PSU/FAN, MISC) also goes on at the same time.

  • Page 138: Leds On Rcb (rear Connector Board)

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components 5.6.9 LEDs on RCB (Rear Connector Board) This section describes the location of LEDs on rear connector board and their explanations. MGB1 Status LED MGB2 Status LED ID LED MGB1 Maintenance LAN LINK/ACT LED *1 MGB1 Maintenance LAN Speed LED *1 MGB1 Management LAN LINK/ACT LED *2 MGB1 Management LAN Speed LED *2...

  • Page 139

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components Explanation Solution (1) (2) On (green) MGB is operating normally. Blinking (green) MGB is operating normally, and BMCFW is being booted, or being shutdown. On (amber) MGB is failed. Blinking (amber) MGB is failed, and BMCFW is being booted, or being shutdown.

  • Page 140: Led On Hard Disk Drive

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components 5.6.10 LED on hard disk drive Each hard disk drive has an LED. Hard disk drive LED The following table lists Hard disk drive LED patterns, their explanation, and solution. Hard disk drive Explanation Solution...

  • Page 141: Led On Optical Disk Drive

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components 5.6.11 LED on optical disk drive The LED on optical disk drive blinks when a disk is being accessed. LED on optical disk drive The following table lists optical disk LED patterns and their explanation. Optical disk drive LED pattern Explanation Blinking (green)

  • Page 142: Cooling Fan Led

    Chapter 1 General Description 5. Names and Functions of Components 5.6.13 Cooling Fan LED If a cooling fan fails, the LED on relevant fan lights amber. The failed fan can be replaced with new one by hot plugging. • Do not remove any cooling fan that is working normally. If any cooling fan fails, replace it with new one immediately or ask your service representative to replace it.

  • Page 143: Chapter 2 Preparations

    NEC Express5800 Series Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b Preparations This chapter describes preparations for using this server. 1.Installing / Removing Internal Options You can skip this section if you did not purchase any optional devices. 2.Installation and Connection You must place the server in a suitable location and connect some cables following this section.

  • Page 144: Installing / Removing Internal Options

    • Use only the devices and cables specified by NEC. You will be charged to repair damages, malfunctions, and failures caused by the use of any devices or cables not specified for use with this server even within the warranty period.

  • Page 145: Safety Precautions

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Safety Precautions Observe the following precautions to install and remove optional devices properly and safely. WARNING Be sure to observe the following precautions to use the server safety. Failure to observe the precautions may cause death or serious injury. For details, refer to Safety precautions in Precautions for Use.

  • Page 146

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Conformez-vous aux consignes suivantes pour installer ou désinstaller des périphériques optionnels correctement et en toute sécurité. AVERTISSEMENT Conformez-vous aux instructions suivantes pour utiliser le serveur en toute sécurité. Le non-respect de ces instructions risque de vous blesser mortellement ou sérieusement.

  • Page 147

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Osservare le seguenti precauzioni per installare e rimuovere dispositivi opzionali in modo corretto e sicuro. AVVERTIMENTO Accertarsi di osservare le seguenti precauzioni per utilizzare il server in modo sicuro. La mancata osservanza delle precauzioni può provocare lesioni gravi o mortali.

  • Page 148

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Beachten Sie die folgenden Sicherheitsmaßnahmen, um die optionalen Geräte richtig und sicher zu installieren und zu entfernen. WARNUNG Achten Sie darauf, die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen zu beachten, um den Server sicher zu verwenden. Werden diese Vorsichtsmaßnahmen nicht beachtet, kann es zum Tod oder zu ernsthaften Verletzungen kommen.

  • Page 149

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Observe las precauciones que figuran a continuación para instalar o retirar los dispositivos opcionales de forma correcta y segura. ADVERTENCIA Asegúrese de respetar las precauciones que figuran a continuación para utilizar el servidor de forma segura.

  • Page 150

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 为了安全地安装和卸除选配件,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。 为了安全使用本设备,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。否则有导致人员死亡或者重伤的危险。详情请参阅本书 【使用注意事项】的【安全注意事项】。 ● 请勿自行拆卸、修理或改造 ● 请勿试图拆下锂电池、镍氢电池或锂离子电池 为了安全使用本设备,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。否则有导致烧伤、其它伤害或财产损失的危险。详情请 参照本书【使用注意事项】的【安全注意事项】。 ● 注意掉落 ● 将设备抽取出来后请及时放回原处 ● 确保连接稳固 ● 请勿在拆掉盖板的状态下进行安装 ● 请注意不要夹伤手指 ● 注意高温 ● 注意触电 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 151: Anti-static Measures

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Anti-Static Measures The server contains electronic components sensitive to static electricity. Avoid failures caused by static electricity when installing or removing any optional devices. Wear a wrist strap (an arm belt or anti-static glove) Wear a wrist strap on your wrist.

  • Page 152

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Le serveur intègre des composants électroniques sensibles à l’électricité statique. Évitez toute panne résultant de l’électricité statique lors de l’installation ou du retrait de périphériques optionnels. Portez un bracelet antistatique (une ceinture passée autour de votre bras ou des gants antistatiques) Portez un bracelet antistatique à...

  • Page 153

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Il server contiene componenti elettronici sensibili all'elettricità statica. Evitare guasti provocati dall'elettricità statica durante l'installazione o la rimozione di dispositivi opzionali. Indossare un bracciale antistatico (una fascia per braccio o guanto antistatico) Indossare un bracciale antistatico al polso.

  • Page 154

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Der Server enthält elektronische Komponenten, die auf statische Elektrizität empfindlich reagieren. Vermeiden Sie Fehler, die durch statische Elektrizität entstehen, wenn Sie optionale Geräte installieren oder entfernen. Tragen Sie eine Handschlaufe (ein Armgurt oder Anti-Statik-Handschuh) Tragen Sie eine Handschlaufe um ihr Handgelenk.

  • Page 155

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options El servidor contiene componentes eléctricos sensibles a la electricidad estática. Evite los fallos provocados por la electricidad estática cuando instale o retire cualquier dispositivo opcional. Colocarse una correa para muñeca (una correa para el brazo o un guante antiestático) Utilice una correa para muñeca.

  • Page 156

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 本设备内部的部件由容易受到静电影响的电子部件构成。在安装或拆卸时,为了防止因受静电影响而导致产品发 生故障,请遵循以下的注意事项。 ● 使用防静电腕带或防静电手套 请将腕带系在手腕上,并将地线接地后方可作业。如果没有腕带,请先触摸接地机箱上没有喷涂的金属表 面,将身体里积累的静电放出之后再接触部件。另外,作业过程中也要定期地触摸金属表面以放出静电。 ● 检查作业场所 - 请在已进行防止静电处理的地面或水泥地上进行作业。 - 如需在地毯等容易产生静电的地方展开作业时,请事先进行防止静电处理。 ● 使用作业台 将本设备放置在防止静电的垫子上,然后开始作业。 ● 服装 - 作业时请勿穿上由毛纺或化学纤维制的服装。 - 作业时请穿上防止静电的鞋子。 - 安装前请摘掉贵金属饰品(戒指、手环和手表等)。 ● 使用部件的注意事项 - 在部件安装到本设备之前,请装入防止静电的袋子。 - 请手持各部件的边缘部分,不要接触端子或安装部件。 - 保管、搬运部件时,请将部件装入防止静电的袋子等。 ●...

  • Page 157: Parts Able To Be Added/replaced By Customers

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Parts Able to be Added/Replaced by Customers The server provides parts that can be added/replaced under customer installation environment. The replaceable parts are grouped into 2 types of FRU and CRU. CRU is an abbreviation of Customer Replacement Unit.

  • Page 158

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options The following table shows replacement conditions and the accompanying tasks. Abbreviations of CRU (Customer Replaceable Unit) Replacement conditions and required additional tasks Online Replacement Possible *1 Possible *2 Impossible Possible Offline Replacement Possible Possible Possible...

  • Page 159: Overview Of Installation And Removal

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Overview of Installation and Removal Install/remove components by using the following procedure. Ask your maintenance service company to install or remove components except for optical disk drive, hard disk drive, power supply unit, and cooling fan. CAUTION Be sure to observe the following precautions to use the server safely.

  • Page 160

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options • Prestare attenzione a non schiacciarsi le dita durante l'installazione dei componenti ACHTUNG Achten Sie darauf, die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen zu beachten, um den Server sicher zu verwenden. Werden diese Vorsichtsmaßnahmen nicht beachtet, kann es zu Verbrennungen, Verletzungen oder zu Schäden am Eigentum kommen.

  • Page 161

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1. If the server is mounted on a rack, use the UID switch to identify the target server as needed. See Chapter 2 (1.5 Confirming Servers (UID Switch)). 2. Set to the maintenance mode. See Chapter 3 (7.7.1 BMC – (7) Extended Functionality) for details. 3.

  • Page 162

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 11. Clear the maintenance mode setting after the operation. See Chapter 3 (7.7.1 BMC – (7) Extended Functionality) for how to clear the maintenance mode. 12. If the UID LED is on, turn off the UID LED using UID switch. This is the end of the installation or removal procedures for internal optional devices.

  • Page 163: Confirming Servers (uid Switch)

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Confirming Servers (UID Switch) Using UID (Unit ID) Switch helps you to identify the target server. You can turn on or off UID LED in either of following two ways: (1) Press the UID switch on web console. If the location of target server is unknown, press the UID button of the target server to blink the UID LEDs on the target server (front and rear).

  • Page 164: Removing Front Bezel

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Removing Front Bezel Remove the front bezel when pressing switches such as SYSTEM POWER switch. Note You can skip this step if your server is not equipped with front bezel. Insert the Bezel Lock Key into the key slot and turn the key to the front bezel side while pressing it lightly to release the lock.

  • Page 165: Optical Disk Drive

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Optical Disk Drive This section describes the procedure for installing the optical disk drive. Important Do not install any unsupported optical disk drive. Optical disk drive 1.7.1 Installation Install an optical disk drive in the following procedure. 1.

  • Page 166: Removal

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 5. Refer to Steps 6 to 10 in Chapter 2 (1.4 Overview of Installation and Removal) to check if work is successfully completed. 6. If you installed component offline (while the server is off-powered), perform diagnostic test according to Chapter 1 (1.8 System Diagnostic) in Maintenance Guide.

  • Page 167

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 5. When the optical disk drive is unlocked, pull it out from the slot completely. Important Pull out the optical disk drive straight from the slot. If the drive is pulled out obliquely or applied excess force, the optical disk drive and internal connector may be damaged.

  • Page 168: Hard Disk Drive

    Two RAID cards configuration:Port 0 → 4 → 1 → 5 → 2 → 6 → 3 → 7  Important Use hard disk drives specified by NEC. Installing a third-party hard disk drive might cause a failure of the server as well as the hard disk drive. Note the following precautions to install hard disk drives.

  • Page 169: Installation

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.8.1 Installation Install a hard disk drive by using the following procedure. Note In the RAID System, use hard disk drives that have the same specifications (capacity, rotational speed, and standard). 1.

  • Page 170

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 6. Hold the tray firmly and insert it into the slot. • Note Push the tray all the way until the handle’s hook touches the frame. • Hold the tray firmly with both hands. 7.

  • Page 171

    If you transfer or dispose of the removed hard disk drive, refer to Chapter 1 (1. Transfer, Movement, and Disposal) in “Maintenance Guide” to erase data. Important NEC assumes no liability for data leakage should the product be transferred to a third party without erasing the data. Note If you need to remove a disk due to a hard disk drive failure, check the slot with its DISK LED lit in amber.

  • Page 172: Use Of Internal Hard Disk Drives In The Raid System

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 5. If you use the server with hard disk drive being removed, mount dummy trays in the vacant slot. Note Do not hold the handle to pull the hard disk drive out from the slot. Doing so may damage the handle.

  • Page 173: Replacing A Hard Disk Drive In The Raid System (auto Rebuild)

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Note the following points when building a RAID System. • The number of hard disk drives required varies depending on RAID level. The minimum number of hard disk drives required to build a RAID System RAID level (when RAID Controller NE3303-/173/168/H001 is used) RAID 0...

  • Page 174

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options N code Name Rebuild Time NE3350-301 Extra 300GB HDD(10,000 rpm) 40min NE3350-322 Extra 450GB HDD(10,000 rpm) 55min NE3350-304 Extra 600GB HDD(10,000 rpm) 90min NE3350-332 Extra 900GB HDD(10,000 rpm) 100min NE3350-408 Extra 1.2TB HDD(10,000 rpm) 210min NE3350-303 Extra 146.5GB HDD(15,000 rpm)

  • Page 175: Power Supply Unit

    See Chapter 4 (2 Operation Mode (2) Remote Management) for details. The minimum requisite power supply units (N) depends on server model or configuration. Refer to System Configuration Guide on the following URL. http://www.nec.com/en/global/prod/express/collateral/configguide.html Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 176

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.9.1 Installation Follow steps below to install a power supply unit: 1. Set to the maintenance mode. See Chapter 3 (7.7.1 BMC – (7) Extended Functionality) for details. 2. Refer to Steps 3 to 4 in Chapter 2 (1.4 Overview of Installation and Removal) for preparations. You can install power supply unit online (while the server is powered on).

  • Page 177

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options (NEXT, PROC, MEM, PCI, PSU/FAN, MISC) LED). If NEXT LED is lit amber, it indicates some failed component is left and is not replaced. If you need to perform Clear All Faults, write down information about the failed component (e.g., component type and installed location, and others) before executing the command.

  • Page 178

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Handle • If the power supply unit running in redundant power supply configuration is Important removed while the system is powered on (online), the following message appears on web console (Select the "System" tab, click "Component" – “Power Supply”...

  • Page 179

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 5. Refer to Steps 6 to 10 in Chapter 2 (1.4 Overview of Installation and Removal) to check if work is successfully completed. 6. Cancel the maintenance mode you have set in Step 1. (See Chapter 3 (7.7.1 BMC – (7) Extended Functionality) for how to cancel the maintenance mode.

  • Page 180: Cooling Fan

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.10 Cooling Fan The server has two slots for installing cooling fans. Two cooling fans are factory installed. You can replace cooling fans online (while the server is powered on). • A cooling fan can be replaced online (DC ON).

  • Page 181

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options ATTENTION Conformez-vous aux instructions suivantes pour utiliser le serveur en toute sécurité. Le non-respect de ces instructions risque de provoquer un incendie, de vous blesser ou d’endommager votre équipement. Pour plus de détails, consultez Mesures de sécurité...

  • Page 182

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options CUIDADO Asegúrese de respetar las precauciones que figuran a continuación para utilizar el servidor de forma segura. De lo contrario, pueden producirse quemaduras, lesiones y daños a la propiedad. Para obtener información detallada, consulte la Sección Precauciones de seguridad de las Precauciones de uso.

  • Page 183

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1. Set to the maintenance mode. See Chapter 3 (7.7.1 BMC – (7) Extended Functionality) for details. 2. Refer to Steps 3 to 4 in Chapter 2 (1.4 Overview of Installation and Removal) for preparations. You can replace the cooling fan online (while the server is powered on).

  • Page 184

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Removal of cooling fan 1. Open the top cover of the server. Important Make sure that the cooling fan LED on the failing fan is lit amber. 2. Check the location of cooling fan you are going to replace. 3.

  • Page 185

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Installation 1. Check the direction of the cooling fan. There are connecters on the bottom right end seen from the front of the server. The cooling fan is configured not to be inserted with the rear and front sides reversed. Important Pay attention to the direction of a cooling fan when mounting the cooling fan.

  • Page 186

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Installing the server in rack 1. Unlock the inner rails at both sides of server, and push the server into depths of rack. 2. Tighten the two screws that were loosened in Step 4 in (Pulling Out Server from Rack). 3.

  • Page 187: Internal Flash Memory

    1.11.1 Installation Ask your service representative who is authorized by NEC to install the component. The service representative will install the component, and transfer the server to you after making sure that the server can operate normally.

  • Page 188: Processor (cpu)

    1.12.1 Installation Ask your service representative who is authorized by NEC to install the component. The service representative will install the component, and transfer the server to you after making sure that the server can operate normally. 1.12.2 Setting Required after installation Run BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) to confirm the settings related to CPU.

  • Page 189: Memory Riser (mr)

    1.13.1 Installation Ask your service representative who is authorized by NEC to install the component. The service representative will install the component, and transfer the server to you after making sure that the server can operate normally. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 190: Dimm

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.14 DIMM Install a DIMM (Dual Inline Memory Module) to a DIMM slot on Memory Riser. Up to eight DIMMs can be installed on each Memory Riser. Important Use only the specified DIMMs. Installing a DIMM from a third party may damage not only the DIMM but the Memory Riser.

  • Page 191: Memory Clock

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.14.2 Memory Clock The server supports the memory clock speed of DDR3-1066/1333/1600MHz. However, the actual memory clock speed depends on memory configuration and supported memory RAS feature. (The all of DIMMs operate at the same clock speed.) Note See Chapter 2 (1.14.3 Memory RAS Feature) and (1.14.6 Using Memory RAS Feature) for...

  • Page 192: Memory Ras Feature

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.14.3 Memory RAS Feature The server supports the following RAS features. Some restrictions are imposed on using the memory RAS feature. See Chapter 2 (1.14.6 Using Memory RAS Feature) for conditions appropriate to your requirements. Note Use BIOS SETUP menu to configure memory RAS feature.

  • Page 193

    1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.14.4 Installation Ask your service representative who is authorized by NEC to install the component. The service representative will install the component, and transfer the server to you after making sure that the server can operate normally.

  • Page 194: Using Memory Ras Feature

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.14.6 Using Memory RAS Feature The server has RAS feature including "Independent", "Independent + Rank Sparing", "Independent + Mirroring", "Lock Step, "Lock Step + Rand Sparing", "Lock Step + Mirroring", and "Memory Scrubbing" modes. •...

  • Page 195

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Memory Riser #1 DIMM #1 DIMM #3 DIMM #2 DIMM #4 DIMM #5 DIMM #7 DIMM #6 DIMM #8 Independently Memory Buffer #1 Memory Buffer #2 works between channels SMI0 SMI1 SMI2 SMI3 Memory Controller #1...

  • Page 196

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Occurrence of Rank Sparing error (When the same DIMMs are used for failing rank and spare rank) Memory Riser #1 Failure occurrence Running DIMM #1 DIMM #3 DIMM #2 DIMM #4 system Isolate RANK0...

  • Page 197

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Independent + Mirroring In Independent + Mirroring mode, mirroring memory is added to Independent mode, and regularly copies the contents of memory onto mirroring memory. If the memory error is detected, the mirroring memory takes over to continue processing.

  • Page 198

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Lock Step In Lock Step mode, pairs of memory channel 0 and 1 or memory channel 2 and 3 are used to perform 128-bit data access. It supports ECC correction (128-bit Data + 16-Bit ECC) and DDDC (Double Device Data Correction) that can correct double DRAM errors.

  • Page 199

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Lock Step + Rank Sparing In Lock Step + Rank Sparing mode, spare ranks are added to Lock Step mode. If the indication of failure is detected in running rank, replace the data in unit of Lock Step PAIR by copying it onto spare rank on the same channel to continue processing.

  • Page 200

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Occurrence of Rank Sparing error (When the different DIMMs are used for failing rank and spare rank) Memory Riser #1 DIMM #1 DIMM #2 DIMM #3 DIMM #4 LockStep LockStep Running PAIR#1-1 RANK0 RANK0...

  • Page 201

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options Memory memory Memory Riser #1 Mirroring LockStep LockStep DIMM #1 DIMM #2 DIMM #3 DIMM #4 PAIR #1 PAIR#1 PAIR#2 Mirroring LockStep LockStep DIMM #5 DIMM #6 DIMM #7 DIMM #8 PAIR #2 PAIR#3 PAIR#4...

  • Page 202: Extra Battery For Raid Controller

    For recycling and disposing of the battery, refer to the User’s Guide that comes with it. 1.15.2 Installation Ask your service representative who is authorized by NEC to install the component. The service representative will install the component, and transfer the server to you after making sure that the server can operate normally.

  • Page 203: Pci Card

    System BIOS) in "Maintenance Guide" for how to specify it. 1.16.2 Installation Ask your service representative who is authorized by NEC to install the component. The service representative will install the component, and transfer the server to you after making sure that the server can operate normally.

  • Page 204: Installing Raid Controller

    1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.16.3 Installing RAID Controller Ask your service representative who is authorized by NEC to install the component. The service representative will install the component, and transfer the server to you after making sure that the server can operate normally.

  • Page 205: Installing The Front Bezel

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.17 Installing the Front Bezel Note If your server has no front bezel, you can skip this step. Install the front bezel while inserting the tab at left end of front bezel into the frame of server chassis. After installing Front Bezel, lock it with Bezel Lock Key.

  • Page 206: Suv Cable

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.18 SUV Cable This section describes about procedures to connect SUV cable to the server. SUV connector SUV cable 1.18.1 Installation Take the steps below to connect SUV cable. 1. If the cover is attached, loosen the screw and remove the cover. 2.

  • Page 207

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options SUV connector SUV cable 3. Insert SUV cable into connector and push it until it is locked with the clicking sound of lock levers at top and bottom .of connector is heard. Lock lever Important Insert the SUV cable straight into the port.

  • Page 208

    Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Installing / Removing Internal Options 1.18.2 Removal Take the steps below to remove SUV cable. 1. Loosen the screw and remove the cover. 2. Pull the SUV cable out from the connector while pushing the lock levers at top and bottom of connector. Lock lever Important Pull out the SUV cable straight from the port.

  • Page 209: Installation And Connection

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Installation and Connection This section describes how to install the server and connect peripheral devices. Installation This server must be mounted on a rack that conforms to EIA standards for use. 2.1.1 Installing Rack Refer to the manual that comes with your rack for how to install the rack, or consult with your sales representative.

  • Page 210

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations AVERTISSEMENT Conformez-vous aux instructions suivantes pour utiliser le serveur en toute sécurité. Le non-respect de ces instructions risque de vous blesser mortellement ou sérieusement. Pour plus de détails, consultez Mesures de sécurité dans Précautions d’utilisation. •...

  • Page 211

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations AVVERTIMENTO Accertarsi di osservare le seguenti precauzioni per utilizzare il server in modo sicuro. La mancata osservanza delle precauzioni può provocare lesioni gravi o mortali. Per maggiori dettagli, consultare Precauzioni di sicurezza in Precauzioni per l'uso.

  • Page 212

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations WARNUNG Achten Sie darauf, die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen zu beachten, um den Server sicher zu verwenden. Werden diese Vorsichtsmaßnahmen nicht beachtet, kann es zum Tod oder zu ernsthaften Verletzungen kommen. Einzelheiten finden Sie auf Sicherheitsmaßnahmen in Vorsichtsmaßnahmen beim Gebrauch. •...

  • Page 213

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations ADVERTENCIA Asegúrese de respetar las precauciones que figuran a continuación para utilizar el servidor de forma segura. De lo contrario, pueden producirse lesiones graves e, incluso, la muerte. Para obtener información detallada, consulte la Sección Precauciones de seguridad de las Precauciones de uso.

  • Page 214

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 为了安全使用本设备,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。否则有导致人员死亡或者重伤的危险。详情请参照本书 【使用注意事项】的【安全注意事项】。 • 请勿在指定以外的场所使用 • 请勿将地线连接至煤气管道 为了安全使用本设备,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。否则有导致烧伤、其它伤害或财产损失的危险。详情请 参照本书【使用注意事项】的【安全注意事项】。 • 请勿试图一个人搬运或安装 • 设置时请避免重量分配过于集中 • 请勿独自安装组件,并请检查机架门上合页的轴 • 请勿从不稳定状态的机架中抽取设备 • 请勿一次性从机架中抽取一台以上的本设备 • 连接设备时请勿超过电源的额定容量 • 请勿在产生腐蚀性气体的环境中使用 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 215

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Do not install the rack or server under the following environment. Doing so may cause malfunction of the server. • Narrow space from which devices cannot be pulled out from the rack completely •...

  • Page 216: Installing The Server To The Rack Or Removing It From The Rack

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 2.1.2 Installing the server to the rack or removing it from the rack Mount the server to the rack. (This section also describes the removal procedure.) WARNING Be sure to observe the following precautions to use the server safety. Failure to observe the precautions may cause death or serious injury.

  • Page 217

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations AVERTISSEMENT Conformez-vous aux instructions suivantes pour utiliser le serveur en toute sécurité. Le non-respect de ces instructions risque de vous blesser mortellement ou sérieusement. Pour plus de détails, consultez Mesures de sécurité dans Précautions d’utilisation. •...

  • Page 218

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations AVVERTIMENTO Accertarsi di osservare le seguenti precauzioni per utilizzare il server in modo sicuro. La mancata osservanza delle precauzioni può provocare lesioni gravi o mortali. Per maggiori dettagli, consultare Precauzioni di sicurezza in Precauzioni per l'uso.

  • Page 219

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations WARNUNG Achten Sie darauf, die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen zu beachten, um den Server sicher zu verwenden. Werden diese Vorsichtsmaßnahmen nicht beachtet, kann es zum Tod oder zu ernsthaften Verletzungen kommen. Einzelheiten finden Sie auf Sicherheitsmaßnahmen in Vorsichtsmaßnahmen beim Gebrauch. •...

  • Page 220

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations ADVERTENCIA Asegúrese de respetar las precauciones que figuran a continuación para utilizar el servidor de forma segura. De lo contrario, pueden producirse lesiones graves e, incluso, la muerte. Para obtener información detallada, consulte la Sección Precauciones de seguridad de las Precauciones de uso.

  • Page 221

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 为了安全使用本设备,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。否则有导致人员死亡或者重伤的危险。详情请参照【使 用注意事项】的【安全注意事项】。 • 请勿使用规格外的机架 • 请勿在指定以外的场所使用 为了安全使用本设备,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。否则有导致烧伤、其它伤害或财产损失的危险。详情请 参照【使用注意事项】的【安全注意事项】。 • 注意掉落 • 将设备抽取出来后请及时放回原处 • 请勿在拆掉盖板的状态下进行安装 • 请注意不要夹伤手指 关于机架内部的温度上升和空气流通 当安装了多台设备或机架内部的空气流通不充分等情况下,由于各个设备发出的热量,机架 内部的温度上升, 有可能引起功能异常。 为了防止运行过程中机架内部的温度超过保证范围, 请充分考虑机架内部以及室内的空气流通并采取对策。 本设备采用正面吸气背面排气的方式。 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 222

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Installation This server can be mounted to a rack made by NEC or other companies. Mount the server to a rack in the following procedure. Preparation The left and right rails are fixed with tapes at factory to prevent them from falling during transportation.

  • Page 223

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Installing the mount kit to the rack 1. Remove inner rails from mount kit. Inner rails Outer rails 2. Mount the inner rails to the server chassis. Engage the 3 positions at front side with tabs on chassis, and secure 2 positions at rear side with a screw.

  • Page 224

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Rack nuts 4. Install the outer rail to the rack. Fix the outer rail with screws (2 positions at front side, and 2 positions at rear side). Rear side Outer rail Front side Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 225

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Outer rails Rack nuts 5. Install the outer rail for opposite side in similar way as Step 4. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 226

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Installing server in rack 1. Pull out the slide rail from outer rail until it is locked. Slide rail 2. Insert the server along the slide rail. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 227

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 3. Release the locking mechanism of inner rail at both sides of server, and push the server into the depths of rack. 4. Secure the server to the rack by two screws at front of the server. Secure the server to the rack nut installed in Step 3 of "Installing the mount kit to the rack"...

  • Page 228

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Installing cable arm Cable arm 1. Mount the stopper to outer rail. Outer rail Arm stopper Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 229

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 2. Loosen the screw of arm stopper, and push down the arm stopper. 3. Mount the cable arm to server chassis and outer rail. When mounting to server chassis, engage 2 positions to the chassis, and secure 3 positions with screws. When mounting to outer rail, engage 2 positions, and secure 2 positions with screws.

  • Page 230

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 4. Push up the arm stopper and tighten the screen loosened in Step 2. Now the server is installed in the rack. The following shows how to connect cables to cable arm. Confirm that no tension is applied to cable. See the figures below.

  • Page 231

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations (2) When the server is seated in rack (1) Confirm that no tension is applied to cable joint when the server is seated in rack. (3) When the server is seated in rack (2) Secure the repeat tie.

  • Page 232

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Fixing cable with repeat tie (1) Mounting repeat tie Mount the repeat tie to cable arm as shown in the figure below. Repeat tie (2) Mounting position of repeat tie and cable routing Route the signal cables such as LAN cable at upper side.

  • Page 233

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Removal procedure Remove the server from the rack in the following procedure. At least four persons are required to remove the server from rack. CAUTION Be sure to observe the following precautions to use the server safely. Failure to observe the precautions may cause burns, injury, and property damage.

  • Page 234

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations ACHTUNG Achten Sie darauf, die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen zu beachten, um den Server sicher zu verwenden. Werden diese Vorsichtsmaßnahmen nicht beachtet, kann es zu Verbrennungen, Verletzungen oder zu Schäden am Eigentum kommen. Einzelheiten finden Sie auf Sicherheitsmaßnahmen in Vorsichtsmaßnahmen beim Gebrauch.

  • Page 235

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 1. Make sure that the server is powered off and then disconnect the power cable or all interface cables from the server. (If cable arm is mounted, remove it also.) 2. Make sure that proper earthquake-resistant construction is executed or stabilizers are mounted at front bottom of rack to prevent from falling.

  • Page 236

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations • While more than one person is supporting the bottom part of the server, slowly Important pull out the server. • Do not apply pressure on the server from top when it is being pulled out. Doing so cause the server to drop.

  • Page 237: Connection

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Connection Connect peripheral devices to the server. Connectors for peripheral devices are provided at the front and rear of the server. Images on the following pages show the peripheral devices that can be connected in their standard state and their respective connector positions.

  • Page 238

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations AVERTISSEMENT Conformez-vous aux instructions suivantes pour utiliser le serveur en toute sécurité. Le non-respect de ces instructions risque de vous blesser mortellement ou sérieusement. Pour plus de détails, consultez Mesures de sécurité dans Précautions d’utilisation. •...

  • Page 239

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations AVVERTIMENTO Accertarsi di osservare le seguenti precauzioni per utilizzare il server in modo sicuro. La mancata osservanza delle precauzioni può provocare lesioni gravi o mortali. Per maggiori dettagli, consultare Precauzioni di sicurezza in Precauzioni per l'uso.

  • Page 240

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations WARNUNG Achten Sie darauf, die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen zu beachten, um den Server sicher zu verwenden. Werden diese Vorsichtsmaßnahmen nicht beachtet, kann es zum Tod oder zu ernsthaften Verletzungen kommen. Einzelheiten finden Sie auf Sicherheitsmaßnahmen in Vorsichtsmaßnahmen beim Gebrauch. •...

  • Page 241

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations ADVERTENCIA Asegúrese de respetar las precauciones que figuran a continuación para utilizar el servidor de forma segura. De lo contrario, pueden producirse lesiones graves e, incluso, la muerte. Para obtener información detallada, consulte la Sección Precauciones de seguridad de las Precauciones de uso.

  • Page 242

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 为了安全使用本设备,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。否则有导致人员死亡或者重伤的危险。详情请参照【使 用注意事项】的【安全注意事项】。 • 请勿湿手触摸电源插头 • 请勿将地线连接至煤气管道 为了安全使用本设备,请务必遵守以下的注意事项。否则有导致烧伤、其它伤害或财产损失的危险。详情请 参照【使用注意事项】的【安全注意事项】。 • 请勿使用非指定的插座 • 请勿采用将多条电线连接至一个插座的布线方式 • 请勿只将插头的一部分插入插座 • 请勿使用规定外的电源线 • 请勿在插着电源插头的状态下插拔接口线缆 • 请勿使用非指定的接口线缆 Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 243

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Display unit USB device FRONT Hub, switching hub, etc. USB device LAN connector 1000BASE-T 100BASE-TX 10BASE-T REAR SUV connector Finally, connect the provided power cord to an outlet. For connecting with UPS*, refer to the next section.

  • Page 244

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations Note the following precautions to connect peripheral devices and cables. • When the device is not Plug and Play device, turn off the server and devices to be connected before connecting. • If connecting any peripheral device and its interface cable made by other companies (a third party), contact your sales representative to check if they can be used with the server beforehand.

  • Page 245: Connecting Power Cable

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 2.2.1 Connecting power cable Take the steps below to connect power cable. 1. Insert the cable clamp (provided with power supply unit) into the power supply unit, as shown in the figure below. Cable clamp 2.

  • Page 246

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 4. Secure the handle of power supply unit and power cable with repeat tie. Fasten the cable tie so that it firmly engages with boundary between the power cable connector and cable harness. Repeat tie Handle of power supply unit Confirm that the cable tie is firmly engaged with this...

  • Page 247: Connecting To Uninterruptible Power Supply (ups)

    2. Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Preparations 2.2.2 Connecting to Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) To connect the power cord of the server to a UPS, use the connector output on the rear of the UPS. For details, refer to the manual supplied with the UPS. <Example>...

  • Page 248: Chapter 3 Setup

    NEC Express5800 Series Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A1020b Setup This chapter describes how to set up the server. 1. Before Starting Setup Describes about points to be checked before starting setup. 2. Setup Describes about setup sequence. 3. Turning on the Server Describes how to turn on the server.

  • Page 249: Before Starting Setup

    1. Before Starting Setup Chapter 3 Setup Before Starting Setup Confirm the followings before starting setup. You should setup the server hardware first. Service Pack Support EXPRESSBUILDER supports the following combination of operating system installation media and Service Packs. • Windows Server 2012 -...

  • Page 250: Setup

    2. Setup Chapter 3 Setup Setup Use the following procedure to setup the server efficiently. Setup of Management PC The management PC is used to control the system from the Web browser remotely, and view the configuration information or log information. You need to prepare at least one unit of PC. For the requirements for management PC, see Chapter 3 (5.5.4 Settings on remote terminal).

  • Page 251

    2. Setup Chapter 3 Setup 9. Change BIOS settings according to configuration and purpose of the system. Refer to Appendix (Setting for each OS) in User's Guide and Chapter 2 (1. System BIOS) in Maintenance Guide. Important Be sure to confirm the setting of BIOS that the system date and time are correct. 10.

  • Page 252: Setup Of Operating System

    2. Setup Chapter 3 Setup Setup of Operating System After completing the hardware setup, proceed to set up the OS. 2.3.1 Setting up Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2008 R2 Setup Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system. Refer to the following document stored in EXPRESSBUILDER for how to setup Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2008 R2.

  • Page 253: Setup For Solving Problems

    2. Setup Chapter 3 Setup Setup for Solving Problems Perform the following setup procedure preliminarily to recover from a failure quickly and reliably when a failure occurs. 2.4.1 Setup for Memory Dump (Debug Information) This setup is required for collecting a memory dump (debug information) in the server. The memory dump (debug information) is used for fault analysis when a system failure occurs.

  • Page 254: Advanced Setup

    2. Setup Chapter 3 Setup Advanced Setup 2.5.1 Reinstallation When Multiple Logical Drives Exist Refer to Installation Guide (Windows) stored in EXPRESSBUILDER for details. Make sure to make a backup copy of the data to prepare for a failure before starting the setup. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 255: Turning On The Server

    SYSTEM POWER LED is lit green and after a while, POST appears on the display. Important Do not connect or disconnect USB device while POST is running. • If Quiet Boot is Enabled on Boot menu of SETUP, the NEC logo is displayed instead Tips of details of POST. •...

  • Page 256: Post

    Do not set a password before OS is installed. 3. If Quiet Boot is Enabled on Boot menu in BIOS SETUP, the NEC logo is displayed during POST. Pressing the <ESC> key hides logo and displays the details of POST.

  • Page 257: Post Error Messages

    3. Turning On the Server Chapter 3 Setup <F3> key: Run EXPRESSBUILDER from Internal Flash Memory (optional). For information on EXPRESSBUILDER, refer to Chapter 3 (6. EXPRESSBUILDER). <F4> key: Run Offline Tools. For information on Offline Tools, refer to Chapter 1 (9. Offline Tools) in "Maintenance Guide".

  • Page 258: Bios Setup Utility (setup)

    4. BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) Chapter 3 Setup BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) This section describes how to configure Basic Input Output System (BIOS). Before you install the server and add or remove optional devices, make sure you have read and understood this section to configure properly.

  • Page 259: Description On On-screen Items And Key Usage

    4. BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) Chapter 3 Setup Description on On-Screen Items and Key Usage This section shows display examples and how to control the key. Use the keyboard to work with SETUP. Indicates the currently displayed menu Indicates the menu has submenus.

  • Page 260

    4. BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) Chapter 3 Setup  <F2> key If you press this key, the following window appears. If you select Yes, the previous parameter(s) are restored. Load Previous Values? [Yes]  <F3> key If you press this key, the following window appears. If you select Yes, restore the parameters of the currently selected item to the default setting.

  • Page 261: Cases That Require Configuration

    Boot → Bootup Numlock State On/Off NumLock at power ON Boot → Quite Boot On/Off the function to display Pressing Esc can hide the NEC logo during POST logo display. Advanced → Memory Configuration → Memory Use Memory RAS feature...

  • Page 262

    4. BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) Chapter 3 Setup Password If you have set a password, a message prompt you to enter password will be displayed from the next time. Enter password [ You can attempt password entry up to 3 times. If you entered an incorrect password 3 times, operation stops.

  • Page 263: Efi Shell

    4. BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) Chapter 3 Setup EFI Shell If you select "UEFI: Built-in EFI Shell" is for "Boot Option #1" in Boot menu and restart the system, EFI Shell starts. The following screen appears when EFI Shell starts. Loading.: EFI Shell [Built-in] EFI Shell version 2.31 [1.00] Device mapping table...

  • Page 264: Efi Shell Command

    4. BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) Chapter 3 Setup 4.5.1 EFI Shell Command The list of Shell commands executable on EFI Shell and their functions are as follows. When entering EFI shell command and pressing <Enter> key, Shell command is executed. Command Description Display/create/delete alias definition under EFI Shell...

  • Page 265

    4. BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP) Chapter 3 Setup Command Description mm Address [Width 1|2|4|8] [;MMIO| ; Display/change MEM/IO/PCI. MEM| ; IO | ;PCI] [:Value] [-n] mode mode [row col] Display/change console output device mode. mv src [src ...] [dst] Move file/directory. openinfo openInfo Handle Display handle/agent protocol.

  • Page 266: Expressscope Engine Sp3

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Overview EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 provides a variety of features using BMC (Baseboard Management Controller), which is a system management LSI. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 monitors the power supply unit, fans, temperature, and voltage of the server. If you have the management LAN port connected to the network, you can remotely perform the following through a web browser or SSH client: •...

  • Page 267: A2040b/a2020b/a2010b

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 5.2.2 A2040b/A2020b/A2010b IPv4 address: 192.168.1.100, 192.168.1.101, IPv6 address: Link local address (*2), no global address User name: Administrator Password: Administrator HTTP: Enabled HTTPS: Enabled (*1) SSH: Enabled (*1) Disabled on standby BMC. (*2) This address is added to network interface of BMC. This address is unique in a link (subnet) and automatically generated (FE80::/64).

  • Page 268: Expressscope Engine Sp3 Network Configuration

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Network Configuration To enable EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 to be used via network, network configuration is required. You can change network configuration by the following three ways: (a) Configure network from web console and SMASH-CLP through the maintenance LAN. (b) Configure network from web console and SMASH-CLP through the management LAN.

  • Page 269: Configuring Using Bmc Configuration In Off-line Tool Of Bios

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 5.5.3 Configuring using BMC Configuration in Off-line TOOL of BIOS Take the steps below to configure network using BMC Configuration of Off-line TOOL. 1. Run POST according to Chapter 3 (3.1.1 POST Flow). After the logo display, the following message appears on screen.

  • Page 270

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 4. On BMC Configuration menu, select [BMC Configuration] → [BMC Configuration]. With A1040b model, only [Network: Master] is displayed. With A2040b/A2020b/A2010b model that has two BMCs, [Network: Master] and [Network: Standby] are displayed. Configure network for each BMC according to your server model.

  • Page 271

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 6. The screen as shown below appears when [IPv4 Property] is selected. Specify [Enable] when using DHCP server. Specify [Disable] when not using DHCP server. If you select [Disable] for DHCP, specify IP Address, Subnet Mask, and other items. If you select <OK>, the settings made here is applied to BMC.

  • Page 272: Settings On Remote Terminal

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 5.5.4 Settings on remote terminal This section describes considerations required for remote terminal before connecting with the server. Web Browser Perform the following: • Enable SSL. • Permit execution of JavaScript. • Permit execution of Java. •...

  • Page 273

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup • Windows Server 2008 R2 (SP1) • Windows Server 2012 Linux • Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS(version 6.0) • Red Hat Enterprise Linux(version 6.0 ) The following OSs are supported when using IPv6: •...

  • Page 274: Port Number

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 5.5.5 Port number EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 uses the following ports. If your network environment has a firewall, set it appropriately. Direction Module name Port number Protocol Module name Port number viewed from Remote media Unassigned 5120 (CD/DVD) (Encryption disabled)

  • Page 275: Notes

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 5.5.6 Notes Network environment (a) Connection via proxy server BMC does not support connection via HTTP proxy server. (b) Shared LAN The server does not support Shared LAN. (c) Communication type Be sure to use straight cable to use 10Mbps, 100Mbps, or 1Gbps interface. Remote management (a) Buttons on Web browser Do not use "Reload", "Go", and "Back"...

  • Page 276

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup (e) Using remote KVM on server side If you login to own BMC from local console of the server, never open the remote KVM console. Otherwise, keyboard and mouse are disabled. (f) Status of keyboard LED While the remote KVM is used, the status of keyboard LED on remote terminal may not be identical to that on the server.

  • Page 277

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup • USB Memory + FD + CD/DVD image • USB Memory + FD image + CD/DVD • USB Memory + FD image + CD/DVD image • USB image + FD + CD/DVD • USB image + FD image + CD/DVD image [*1] automount command might fail to mount remote media on X Window System (GNOME) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (GNOME) and Oracle Linux .

  • Page 278

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup (r) Remote media FD access LED The access LED may keep go on after the floppy disk drive is connected to remote terminal, depending on drive type. (s) Use EXPRESSBUILDER via remote media Once disconnect remote media when you need to replace CD/DVD-ROM media during remote media connected.

  • Page 279

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup Web console (a) When network configuration is changed (management LAN) If network configuration is changed, the current connection is disconnected when you click [Update] to send new configuration to BMC. Close the Web browser once, and login again with the new setting value. (b) Note on designating DNS host name BMC uses LAN controller independent from the OS on the server.

  • Page 280

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup J2SE Runtime Environment Web console use the JAVA applet or application for remote management. Oracle Java 7 u51 will require that all JAR files used in applet or Java Web Start deployments have the permissions attribute set in the JAR manifest file.

  • Page 281

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup A new window will open. Click the Add button. web console’s port number is not 80, you need specify the port numbers like Important as followings. http://<IP Address>:<port numbers> Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 282

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup If you access to web console with http, the security warning pops up, and then click [OK] button. Add https address, and click [OK] button. web console’s port number is not 443, you need specify the port numbers Important like as followings.

  • Page 283: Troubleshooting

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 5.5.7 Troubleshooting Fail to open web page, or login prompt of command line interface does not appear → Check if LAN cable is properly connected. → Check if connection is restricted by setting of firewall or gateway. →...

  • Page 284

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup Mouse pointer does not synchronize The mouse pointer displayed on remote KVM console does not synchronize with that on remote terminal. → Change coordinate mode of mouse. (Select [Configuration] → [System Operation] → [Mouse], and select [Absolute] or [Relative]).

  • Page 285

    5. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Chapter 3 Setup 1. Use editor to open /etc/X11/xorg.conf file and check if the following is described in Section "Device" (indicating graphic device). If it is not found, add the description. Option "HWCursor" "off" (Reference) Section "Device" Identifier "Matrox Millennium G200"...

  • Page 286: Expressbuilder

    (OS reinstallation) installation in the menu which appears after boot. Bundled software * Stores various bundled software (such as NEC ESMPRO Agent). Maintenance Diagnoses your server system. To use this feature, select Tool menu in the menu which appears after boot.

  • Page 287: Using Remote Management

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Using Remote Management Before using remote management, read thoroughly Chapter 3 (5. EXPRESSSCOPE ENGINE SP3). Login and Logout 7.1.1 Login ④ ⑤ ① ② ③ ① User Name / Password Enter the user name and password. At shipment (initial state), use the default user name and password to login.

  • Page 288

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Important When logged in the web console, the security warning popup is displayed. Check to "I accept the risk and want to run this application", and click the [Run] button after the [Run] button is enabled. If you click the [Cancel] button or close the window by clicking [x] button on popup window without performing the above operation, the following operations are disabled.

  • Page 289: Logout

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.1.2 Logout Click "Logout" at the upper right corner of the window. After you logged out, you return to the login page. Besides, all the remote device windows such as Remote KVM/Remote Media that were opened during login will be closed. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 290: Header Menu

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Header Menu ⑧ to ⑨  to   ① User Displays login user name. ② Privilege Displays login user’s privilege. See "User Account" for details of privilege. ③ Logout Click here to logout. ④...

  • Page 291: Server Panel

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Server Panel The server panel appears at the bottom of browser. The server panel automatically updates information. Thus, it displays the latest information.         ① Server panel minimize/maximize button Click ▽...

  • Page 292

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup ④ UID (Unit ID) LED, UID button Press this button to turn on or off the UID LED. UID LED blinks when IPMI command is received. Color Status On (blue) UID LED on the server is lit. UID LED on the server is unlit.

  • Page 293: System

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup System 7.4.1 Overview The System page shows server information, system BIOS revision, and BMC FW revision. • Click the [System] tab to display available menus. • Select [Summary] from menu tree in left pane to display server information. ①...

  • Page 294: Component

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.4.2 Component This page displays presence of system components and their status. • Click the [System] tab to display available menus. • Selecting [Component] from menu tree in left pane displays system components that can be viewed. Select a component you want to view to display its detail information.

  • Page 295

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Processor Displays clock speed, number of cores and threads, and cache size for each processor. Information for up to 4 sockets is displayed. Memory Displays installation status, size, and clock speed for each DIMM. MR (Memory Riser) can be mounted up to 8 slots.

  • Page 296

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Temperature Displays the current reading of threshold sensors for temperature. Sensor reading of CPUx Therm Ctrl (x:1-4) indicates percentage (%) of time when thermal Tips throttling feature works on each CPU. This sensor is not subject to monitoring target of lower limit value, thus "-"...

  • Page 297

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Displays the current reading of sensors for fan rotational speed. When the observation of the sensors for fan rotational speed is not enabled, ranges of Tips danger in red bars are not temporally displayed. When the observation become enabled, they are displayed.

  • Page 298

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Power Supply Displays status of power supply unit installed on the managed server. When several power supply units are installed, redundancy and status for each power supply unit are displayed. Drive Displays disk drive status for up to 8 slots. Displays revision of Management Engine on management board (master BMC side).

  • Page 299

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup The revision of management engine is indicated by the format <Major number>.<Minor Tips number>.<Build number>.<Patch number>. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 300: Ipmi Information

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.4.3 IPMI Information Use this page to display information (SEL, SDR, FRU, and Management Controller), backup IPMI information, and clear SEL on standby BMC (A2040b/A2010b /A2020b only). • Click the [System] tab to display available menus. •...

  • Page 301

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Displays System Event Log.  Buttons ① Display the latest information. ② Clear SEL. Press this button to clear SEL stored in master BMC. Pressing the [Yes] button on confirmation popup message clears SEL. After the event logs are cleared, only one log that indicates that all logs have been cleared is registered.

  • Page 302

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Displays information of Sensor Data Record.  Buttons ① Display the latest information. You can view the SDR revision in [OEM Data] at the bottom line. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 303

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Displays information of FRU (Field Replaceable Unit).  Buttons ① Displays the latest information. The model name and the part / model number depend on product. Tips Displays the information of Management Controller. ...

  • Page 304

    Stores backup file of IPMI information. The backup file contains SEL, SDR, FRU, and MC information and can be viewed from ESRAS utility tool. ESRAS utility tool (rasutil.exe) is contained in NEC ESMPRO. Refer to documentation of NEC ESMPRO for more information.

  • Page 305: Access Information

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.4.4 Access Information This page displays access log to web console. This page is hidden by default, you need select [Configuration] - [Miscellaneous] - [Access Log] to view this page. • Click the [System] tab to display available menus. •...

  • Page 306

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup The following events are logged in Access Log. Event type Description Event related to session Login with password succeeded Login with key authentication succeeded Normal logout Auto logout Authentication error Blocked IP address Event related to operation Power off Power on...

  • Page 307

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Event type Description Miscellaneous setting Event related to configuration User account Network configuration (IPv4 master property) Network configuration (master service) CSR creation succeeded CSR creation failed Mail alert configuration SNMP alert configuration Operation configuration ECO configuration LDAP configuration Active Directory property configuration...

  • Page 308: Remote Access

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Remote Access 7.5.1 Power Control Use this page to confirm power status of the server, configure BIOS, and perform power control of the server. • Click the [Remote Access] tab to display available menus. •...

  • Page 309

    CD/DVD with SATA DVD drive when BIOS update has failed. Note: BIOS Recovery is dedicated for maintenance personnel, not for users. Ask your service representative who is authorized by NEC to use it. Power Control Administrator or Operator privilege is required to use this feature. Button...

  • Page 310

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Data may be lost by this operation. OS Shutdown Try OS shutdown. OS must be configured so that pressing the power button of the server causes shutdown. If the server is already powered off, this button has no effect.

  • Page 311: System Operation

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.5.2 System Operation Use this page to control remote KVM, UID LED, forcibly dump OS memory, and reset BMC. • Click the [Remote Access] tab to display available menus. • Select [System Operation] from menu tree in left pane. Buttons ①...

  • Page 312: Session Management

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.5.3 Session Management Use this page to manage session connected with BMC. You can view session information and disconnect the session forcibly. Administrator privilege is required to use this feature.   Buttons ①...

  • Page 313: Remote Kvm

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Remote KVM User this page to display host OS screen, operate keyboard and mouse, and mount/demount remote media (USB, CD/DVD) from remote console. The remote KVM console screen displays OS or BIOS menu. ...

  • Page 314

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Remote KVM Screen Displays BIOS or VGA screen of OS. If no signal is sent from VGA, the screen displays "No Signal". Click Help at upper right corner of the screen for information about available options. Tips Important On Internet Expolorer10, a message "Failed to download jviewer.jnlp"...

  • Page 315

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup key (Shift, Ctrl, Alt, PSC, Nlk, Windows-key). Others The same as the key in a hardware keyboard.  In the state of Lock key is in pushed, reboot a KVM screen, when a virtual Important keyboard is ended by the [X] button click of a virtual keyboard window, or the "keyboard"...

  • Page 316: Configuration

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Configuration Use this page to configure or modify the various settings on server. • Click the [Configuration] tab to display available menus. • Select an item you want to modify from menu tree in left pane. Shown below is an example when [IPv4 Property (Master)] is selected.

  • Page 317

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.7.1 BMC Network (a) IPv4 Property (Master) Overview Use this page to configure IPv4 network of master BMC. Administrator privilege is required to modify settings.   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ②...

  • Page 318

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Setting range and default value Item name Setup value (*1) Default setting (*2) Management LAN Management LAN Show LAN port to communicate with BMC. Management LAN(*3) Management LAN Shared BMC LAN(*4) Basic Connection Type (*5)

  • Page 319

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Item name Setup value (*1) Default setting (*2) Domain Name Specify domain name. Blank GUID (*10) Show System GUID. Access Limitation (*7) Limitation Type Specify the type of access limitation. Allow All Allow All Permitted address Blocked address IP Address (*8)

  • Page 320

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (b) IPv4 Property (Standby) Overview Use this page to configure IPv4 network for standby BMC. Administrator privilege is required to refer or modify settings.This page is not displayed on A1040b model. Browse page ...

  • Page 321

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Setting range and default value See Section 7.7.1 BMC (1) Network (a) . • Tips Setting of "Permitted Address" and "Blocked Address" are common to IPv4 Property (Standby). •...

  • Page 322

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (c) IPv6 Property (Master) Overview Use this page to configure IPv6 network for BMC. Administrator privilege is required to refer or modify settings. With A2040b, A2020b, A2010b models, you can configure IPv6 network on this page for both master and standby BMCs.

  • Page 323

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page (when IPv6 is disabled) On the Edit page as shown below, you can configure the following function. You cannot specify IPv6 link local address. • Select Enable or disable IPv6.  ...

  • Page 324

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup • Select Enable or disable IPv6. • Select Static or Dynamic for IPv6 Address Assign Mode. • Specify static address (IPv6 current static address, IPv6 prefix length, and IPv6 gateway address) Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 325

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Setting range and default value Default Item name Setup value(*1) setting(*2) IPv6 Enable or disable IPv6. Disable Enable/Disable IPv6 Address Assign Mode (*3) Specify IPv6 Address Assign Mode. Dynamic Dynamic/Static IPv6 Address IPv6 Link Local Address (Master) Display IPv6 Link Local Address.

  • Page 326

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (d) Service (Master) Overview Specify the port number that service of master BMC uses. Administrator privilege is required to modify settings.   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ②...

  • Page 327

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Setting range and default value Item name Setup value Default setting(*1) Web Server HTTPS Enable or disable HTTPS. Enable Enable/Disable HTTPS Port Specify port number for HTTPS. 1 to 65535 HTTP (*2) Enable or disable HTTP.

  • Page 328

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to List page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③ [Cancel] button Return to List page without applying the edited value.

  • Page 329

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Setting range and default value Item name Setup value Default setting(*1) Web Server HTTPS Do not change. Do not change. HTTPS Port Do not change. Do not change. HTTP(*2) Enable or disable HTTP.

  • Page 330

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (f) SSL Overview Use this page to view information related to SSL (Secure Socket Layer) and to create certificate. Administrator privilege is required to use this feature.    Buttons ① [Make] Move to [Step1: Generate Certificate Signing Request (CSR)] page where you can create CSR and certificate.

  • Page 331

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Step1: Generate Certificate Signing Request (CSR)   To create CSR, begin with Step 1. If you click the [Make] button, the private key is generated and stored in BMC. Fill all of the required items by referring to example. Item name (*1) Value Example...

  • Page 332

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Step2: Make Certificate Send the character string displayed on this page to CA (Certificate Authority) to receive certificate, then press the [Next] button. The screen changes to "Step 3: Upload Certificate" page. Buttons ①...

  • Page 333

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Buttons ① [Update] button Press the [Update] button to update certificate. ② [Back] button Return to previous page without updating certificate. • Server certificate must be of PEM format. Important • After uploading certificate, BMC needs to be reset. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 334

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup User Management (a) User Account Overview This page appears when you select [Configuration] tab and then select [User Account]. Use the User Account page to add or delete user name and change password used for logging in BMC through web console, IPMI (RMCP+), or SMASH-CLP.

  • Page 335

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup User List page Item Description Shows number assigned to the user. User Shows login user name. The invalid user name is grayed out. Privilege Shows privilege. A user having administrator privilege who is allowed to perform Administrator all operations.

  • Page 336

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (*2) ASCII characters excluding [(space)], ["], [&], [?], [=], [\](backslash), and [#] can be accepted. At least one character is needed. This password is used for user authentication on web console, SMASH-CLP (SSH password authentication), and IPMI RMCP+. A password to be set for private key (generated for SSH public key) can be different from this password.

  • Page 337

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Buttons ① [Apply] button Press the [Apply] button to add user then return to User List page. ② [Cancel] button Press the [Cancel] button to return to User List page. • The user accounts "root", "MWA", and "Maintenance" are reserved by BMC. Do Important not add or delete these character strings as a user name.

  • Page 338

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (b) ActiveDirectory Property Overview Use this property to view information related to Active Directory and change settings. You are allowed to view or configure when Active Directory authentication is enabled. Enable Active Directory authentication on this page to use Active Directory authentication.

  • Page 339

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page when Active Directory authentication is disabled You can enable or disable Active Directory authentication on this page.    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to List page. ②...

  • Page 340

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Property page   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ② [Reload] button Press the [Reload] button to display the latest information. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 341

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to List page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. Setting range and default value Item name Setup value...

  • Page 342

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (c) ActiveDirectory Group Overview Use this page to view information related to Active Directory Group and change settings. Administrator privilege is required to modify settings. You are allowed to view or configure when Active Directory authentication is enabled. Enable Active Directory authentication on this page to use Active Directory authentication.

  • Page 343

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup ④ [Reload] button Press the [Reload] button to display the latest information. Add group page Use this page to edit group.   Setting range and default value Item Name Description Group Name Specify the group name.This item is indispensable.

  • Page 344

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page Use this page to edit group.    Setting range and default value See "Add group page". Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to List page. ②...

  • Page 345

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (d) LDAP Overview Use this page to view information related to LDAP and change settings. Administrator privilege is required to modify settings. You are allowed to view or configure when LDAP authentication is enabled. Enable LDAP authentication on this page to use LDAP authentication.

  • Page 346

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page when LDAP Authentication is disabled    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to List page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③...

  • Page 347

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Browse page when LDAP Authentication is enabled Use this page to view authentication information for LDAP authentication.   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ②...

  • Page 348

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page when LDAP Authentication is enabled Use this page to edit authentication information for LDAP authentication.    Setting range and default value Item name Setup value Default setting LDAP Authentication Select Enable or Disable.

  • Page 349

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Alert Overview The server provides two alert features; mail alert and SNMP alert. The following describes settings items for these features. (a) Email alert Use this page to view and edit configuration of Email alert sent from BMC. Up to 6 destinations can be registered.

  • Page 350

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Buttons ① [Add] button Press this button to add a new group entry. ② [Edit] button Press this button to edit each item. ③ [Delete] button Press this button to delete existing destination. The popup message as shown below appears when this button is pressed.

  • Page 351

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup characters. (*3) Reply-To Specify a return address with up to 255 characters. Example: root@example.com (*2) Subject Enter the subject with up to 63 characters. (*4) Message Enter the message text with up to 255 characters.(*5) (*1) Addresses and character strings are example.

  • Page 352

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup applied. (*1) Displayed when Alert is set to "Enable". Buttons ① Press the [Apply] button to edit destination, then return to List page. ② Press the [Default] button to clear "Destination (To)", "Password", and "Return address (Reply-To)" fields. ③...

  • Page 353

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup SMTP Server Select [Configuration] tab, and select [Alert] → [Mail Alert] → [SMTP Server] from the tree in left pane. You can view or modify the current setting.   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item.

  • Page 354

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup SMTP Server Edit page    Item name Setup value(*1) Default setting(*2) 30 to 600 Waiting time for SMTP server's response (seconds) (*3) Server smtp.example.com (*4) Blank Port 1 to 65535 Authentication Disable/Enable Disable Authentication Method (*5)

  • Page 355

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (b) SNMP Alert Use this page to view or edit SNMP alert from BMC. You can access this page when Alert is set to "Enable". Administrator privilege is required to modify settings. • Click the [Configuration] tab to display available menus.

  • Page 356

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page when SNMP Alert is disabled    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to List page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③...

  • Page 357

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Browse page when SNMP Alert is enabled Use this page to configure SNMP alert when SNMP Alert is enabled.    Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ②...

  • Page 358

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page when SNMP Alert is enabled You can use this page to configure SNMP alert when Alert is set to "Enable".    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to Configuration page. ②...

  • Page 359

    (*4) Displayed when Alert is set to "Enable". (*5) Computer name must be specified with 1-byte alphanumeric. (*6) Set to "Enable" when NEC ESMPRO Manager is used for management. (*7) At least one destination must be enabled. (*8) When the [Alert Test] button is pressed, a pseudo event to the specified destination.

  • Page 360

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup System Operation Overview Use this page to configure Remote KVM Console and remote media. Administrator privilege is required to modify settings.   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ②...

  • Page 361

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup The table below shows default setting of BMC. Item name Setup value Default setting(*1) Encryption Encryption Enable or disable encryption of remote Enable KVM communication. Port number of remote KVM (*2) Port (No Encryption) Specify port number used when 7578 encryption is disabled.

  • Page 362

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to Configuration page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③...

  • Page 363

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Overview Use this page to view or configure power saving feature of the server. Administrator privilege is required to refer or modify settings.   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ②...

  • Page 364

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Reference The following table shows reference values of power consumption depending on configuration and running status of the managed server. Item name Setup value Power consumption depending on configuration and running status Maximum Power Consumption (*1) Power consumption depending on configuration and running status Minimum Power Consumption (*1) (*1) These values are reference only.

  • Page 365

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to Configuration page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③...

  • Page 366

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Miscellaneous Overview Use this page to provide settings for various features of BMC. Administrator privilege is required to modify settings.   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ②...

  • Page 367

    NEC ESMPRO Agent is installed. NEC ESMPRO Agent takes up SEL, and then clears SEL. If NEC ESMPRO Agent is not installed, new event log cannot be collected. Clear All SEL...

  • Page 368

    (*7) Enable or disable alert from BMC. When "Disable" is selected, SNMP alert is not sent from BMC. (*8) Select "Enable" to let NEC ESMPRO Manager manage BMC directly. (*9) Displayed only when "Enable" is selected for ESMPRO Management.

  • Page 369

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to Configuration page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③...

  • Page 370

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Extended Functionality Overview Use this page to view or configure Extended Functionality of managed server. Administrator privilege is required to modify settings.   Buttons ① [Edit] button Press the [Edit] button to modify the setup value of each item. ②...

  • Page 371

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Setting range and default value Default Item Description When applied value(*1) Power PSU Redundancy At next boot Specify the redundancy of power supply unit. – 2N: Power supply system redundant mode (2N redundancy) –...

  • Page 372

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Default Item Description When applied value(*1) – Disable – Enable Boot Monitoring Enable or disable the boot monitoring Immediate Disable feature of OS. If Enabled, Hard Reset is performed automatically when bootup failed. –...

  • Page 373

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to Configuration page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③...

  • Page 374: Systembios

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.7.2 SystemBIOS Overview Use this page to view or configure System BIOS of the managed server. A part of BIOS SETUP menu can be configured on this page. Administrator privilege is required to modify settings. ...

  • Page 375

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Item name Allowable value Default setting(*1) BIOS Basic POST Error Pause Enable/Disable Enable Power Save Enable/Disable Disable Serial Port A Serial Port A Enable/Disable Enable Serial A Base I/O 2E8h 3F8h 2F8h 3E8h 3F8h Serial A Interrupt IRQ 3...

  • Page 376

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to Configuration page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③...

  • Page 377: Backup/restore

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.7.3 Backup/Restore Overview You can save (backup) the setup items in [Configuration] tab of web console, or restore them using Backup / Restore feature. Administrator privilege is required to use this feature. Select [Configuration] tab, and select [Backup / Restore] - [Save/Restore in Bulk] from menu tree in left pane to display operation screen.

  • Page 378

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Backup/Restore The following items and internal information can be backed up or restored. For details of each item, see section 7.7 Configuration. Type Item Backup Network (*1) User Management (*2) Alert System Operation Miscellaneous Extended Functionality BIOS configuration data...

  • Page 379: Update

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Update 7.8.1 BMC Firmware Use this page to update BMC firmware. Administrator privilege is required to update the firmware. • Tips With A2040b/A02010b/A2020b model, BMCs are duplicated. Thus, up to two BMC revisions are displayed on this page. •...

  • Page 380

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Update procedure 1. Press the [Browse] button to select an image file used for update. 2. Pressing the [Start Update] button starts update. 3. You can check the progress of update by viewing message displayed on Update Status field. When update completes, "Update completed"...

  • Page 381: System Bios

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.8.2 System BIOS You can update System BIOS of managed server through BMC. Administrator privilege is required to update System BIOS. • Tips With A2040b/A02010b/A2020b model, BMCs are duplicated. Thus, up to two BMC revisions are displayed on this page.

  • Page 382

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Update procedure (Express5800/A1040b model) 1. Press the [Browse] button to select an image file used for update. 2. Pressing the [Start Update] button starts update. 3. You can check the progress of update by viewing message displayed on Update Status field. When update completes, "Update completed"...

  • Page 383

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 384: Maintenance

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Maintenance 7.9.1 Hardware Log Overview Use this page to collect hardware log in the server and view Activity logs. Administrator privilege is required to collect or clear the hardware log. • Click the [Maintenance] tab to display available menus. •...

  • Page 385

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Display Activity Log Press the [Dispaly Activity Log] button to display list of Activity Logs. If the Activity Logs spreads over several pages, select a desired page. Also, you can filter the display logs by selecting [Log Category].

  • Page 386

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup (A) and (D) show the direction of the event. (A): Assertion Event (B): Deassertion Event Icons indicating severity of event Icon Severity Normal operation or Information event Warning level (Non Critical event) Fatal level (Critical/Non-Recoverable event) Unknown event Important Last collected date of hardware log and TimeStamp of Activity Log show the BMC...

  • Page 387: Component Status

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.9.2 Component Status Fault Information Overview Use this page to view status of hardware components belonging to the server, or clear fault information. Administrator privilege is required to clear the fault information. • Click the [Maintenance] tab to display available menus.

  • Page 388

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Enable/Disable Component Use this page to confirm the status (Disable/Enable) of specific component that belongs to server, and change its status. Administrator privilege is required to modisy settings. • Click the [Maintenance] tab to display available menus. •...

  • Page 389

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Edit page    Change status (Enable/Disable) of the specific component that belongs to server. Component Name Current value Default setting Enable/Disable Enabled Enable/Disable Enabled Enable/Disable Enabled Enable/Disable Enabled DIMM Enable/Disable Enabled REAR USB Enable/Disable Enabled...

  • Page 390: Device Online/offline

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.9.3 Device Online/Offline Overview Use this page to connect the spare hardware component (MR (Memory Riser) and PCIe card) in offline state to running OS dynamically. Or, disconnect the component (PCIe card) from the running OS dynamically. Administrator privilege is required to use this feature.

  • Page 391

    MR online, the target MR and the total capacity of DIMMs on the MR must be specified by the software. Refer to "MR Hot-Add User's Guide" on http://www.58support.nec.co.jp/global/download/index.html. • Before performing Online/Offline operation of MR, select [Configuration] tab and click [Extended Functionality] in menu tree to check if "Dynamic"...

  • Page 392

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to List page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③ [Cancel] button Return to List page without applying the edited value.

  • Page 393: Diagnostics

    Refer "MR Hot-Add User's Guide" http://www.58support.nec.co.jp/global/download/index.html. ② [Execute Diagnostics] button Pressing the [Execute Diagnostics] button starts diagnosis on spare component specified in [Spare Component]. Administrator or Operator privilege is required to use this feature. ③ [Diagnostics Number] Shows Diagnostic Number executed last.

  • Page 394

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Displays list of diagnostic logs. Enter the Diagnostics Number then press the [Search] button displays the relevant diagnostics logs. ⑥ [Reload] button Press the [Reload] button to display the latest information. Diagnostics Log The following information is displayed in diagnostics log.

  • Page 395: Bmc Off

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.9.5 BMC OFF Overview Use this page to turn off (shutdown) BMC. This operation is performed to replace BMC board safely. Administrator privilege is required to use this feature. • Click the [Maintenance] tab to display available menus. •...

  • Page 396: Capacity

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.10 Capacity Overview Use this page to view information about cores in the server, and specify the number of cores to be used in the system. Administrator privilege is required to refer or modify the settings. •...

  • Page 397

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup License Count: Shows total number of available processor cores on managed server. This items is displayed on A2040b COPT model only. Core Count Shows number of enabled cores, spare cores, and disabled cores for each processor installed on managed server.

  • Page 398

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup The indication on this page differs depending on server model. If you are using Internet Tips Explorer 8 as a browser and copy & paste the text on the page, information of other models may be displayed.

  • Page 399

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Buttons ① [Apply] button Apply the edited value and return to Configuration page. ② [Default] button Set the factory-set value. This value is not applied unless [Apply] button is pressed. ③ [Cancel] button Return to Configuration page without applying the edited value.

  • Page 400: Standby Web Console

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.11 Standby web console You can connect with the web console of standby BMC by using IP address of standby BMC. The default IP address of standby BMC is "92.168.1.101: 5080". If you access the IP address "192.168.1.101(:80)", you will be connected to web console of master BMC.

  • Page 401: Mc Web Console Access Level

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.12 MC Web Console Access Level The following table shows access level required in operation of BMC web console. Display item Required access level System Overview Component Processor Memory Temperature Voltage Power Power supply Drive DAC/DISK IPMI Information...

  • Page 402

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup Display item Required access level Maintenance Hardware Log Collect Hardware Log Administrator Display Activity Log Hardware Log Clear Administrator Component Status Fault Information Display Fault Sensor Clear All Administrator Faults Enable/Disable Display Component Change Administrator settings...

  • Page 403: Bmc Web Console Language/help

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.13 BMC Web Console Language/Help BMC web console has features to select language and display help file. 7.13.1 Languages   ① Press this button to select Japanese. ② Press this button to select English. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 404: Environment

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.13.2 Environment Use this page to view OS information, browser information, JRE (Java Runtime Environment) information of terminal side where the web console is running, and modify [Web Automatic Reloading Configuration] setting. Browse page Edit page Item name Description...

  • Page 405: About Expressscope Engine Sp3

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.13.3 About EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Displays copyright of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 406: Help

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup 7.13.4 HELP HELP screen provides guidance for using EXPRESSSCOPE ENGINE SP3. Use HELP screen when you encounter a problem when managing, monitoring the server or using remote management. HELP screen opens when you press the [Help] button on login page or press [Help] on each contents menu. ...

  • Page 407

    7. Using Remote Management Chapter 3 Setup ① Clicking [Help] opens HELP screen. You can view HELP screen on contents menu of each tab. HELP screen opens in separate window. To close the window press the [Close] button () of browser. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 408: Smash-clp

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup SMASH-CLP Overview With the BMC Command Line Interface, you can control the server from a remote SSH client. The BMC supports SSH (Version 2) protocol. Connecting to BMC Access the BMC IP address (MLAN IP address for user maintenance or IP address of maintenance LAN) or DNS host name from SSH client on the remote management PC.

  • Page 409: Login And Logout

    • Only a single user among users who are using the command line interface or NEC ESMPRO Manager can use a character-based remote console. Check whether another user is using a character-based remote console, if you cannot use a character-based remote console.

  • Page 410: Basic Commands

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup Basic Commands This section describes basic commands available in the command line interface. These basic commands manage the system by using the concept of command (verb) and target (Managed Element) proposed by DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force). Each basic command functions to a specified target.

  • Page 411: Exit

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.4.1 cd Syntax cd [<options>] [<target>] Description The cd command changes the current default target to the target specified by the <target> argument. 8.4.2 exit Syntax exit [<options>] Description The exit command terminates and logs out the user session. 8.4.3 help Syntax help [<options>] [<help topics>]...

  • Page 412: Show

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.4.5 set Syntax set [<options>] [<target>] <propertyname>=<value> Description The set command is used to set the value of one or more properties of target specified by the <target>. The command accepts a target specified by the <target> and series of <propertyname>=<value> pairs. Specify the property name you want to set for <propertyname>, and a new value in <value>.

  • Page 413: Stop

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.4.8 stop Syntax stop [<options>] [<target>] Description The stop command performs a normal power off request (OS shutdown request) or a forced power off request. /admin1/system1 is available for the target of the stop command. The stop command performs a normal power off request (OS shutdown request) to the server if /admin1/system1 is specified by the <target>.

  • Page 414: Remote Control

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup Remote Control You can perform remote control of the server at the command prompt. • Performing remote control when the operating system is running may cause the Important loss of data in the server. • The user must have an account as Operator or Administrator for remote control.

  • Page 415: Remote Console

    Baud Rate: 115200 – Flow Control: Hardware RTS/CTS See Chapter 3 for details of BIOS SETUP utility. Only a single user among users who are using the command line interface or NEC Tips ESMPRO Manager can use a character-based remote console. •...

  • Page 416

    Chapter 3 Setup If you cannot use a character-based remote console, enter the following command at the command prompt to check if another SSH client or NEC ESMPRO Manager is using the character-based remote console. show /admin1/system1/textredirectsvc1/textredirectsap1 You can confirm the usage state by value of EnabledState of the "Properties" which is displayed by the command.

  • Page 417: Uid Switch Control

    The UID LED will blink when it is controlled by Chassis Identify feature of management software such as NEC ESMPRO Manager. The UID LED will turn on when it is controlled by pushing the UID switch of the server or using UID switch control feature of BMC's web server or command line interface.

  • Page 418: System Event Log

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup System Event Log You can display system event log and modify setting of the system event log through the command line interface. 8.8.1 Viewing System Event Log Enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current default target to /admin1/system1/log1.

  • Page 419: Change Setting Of System Event Log

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.8.2 Change setting of system event log Enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current default target to /admin1/system1/log1. cd /admin1/system1/log1 The "Properties" section reported by the following command indicates the current setting of system event log. show Enter the following command if you would like to modify a property of the setting of system event log.

  • Page 420: Access Log

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup Access Log This feature records login/logout events made through HTTP/HTTPS/SSH connection, logs related to system management and operations to modify settings via web browser. You can display, clear, and set the access log through the command line interface. Important The user must have an account as administrator for changing setting of system event log through the command line interface.

  • Page 421: Viewing Access Log

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.9.1 Viewing Access Log Enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current default target to /admin1/sp1/log1/record1. cd /admin1/sp1/log1/record1 Enter the following command, to view the access log. show The display example of access log is shown below. timestamp user ipaddress...

  • Page 422: Clearing Access Log

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup Shown below are examples for conditional display. Ex. 1) Display the access log whose username is administrator. show user==Administrator Ex. 2) Display the access log whose IP address is 192.168.1.100 and protocol is HTTP and event is error. show ipaddress==192.168.1.100,protocol==HTTP,event==error Ex.

  • Page 423: Setting Access Log

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.9.3 Setting access log Enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current default target to /admin1/sp1/log1. cd /admin1/sp1/log1 Enter the following command to show the settings that access log contains as properties. show Enter the following command to modify the setting of access log.

  • Page 424: User Settings

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.10 User Settings This section describes how to view and modify the user account through the command line interface. Enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current target to a user account target which you would like to view or modify.

  • Page 425: Network Settings

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.11 Network Settings This section describes how to confirm the network setting for management LAN through the command line interface. Enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current default target to /admin1/sp1/enetport1.

  • Page 426

    NOT to restrict access by IP address for the management LAN. • The communication with NEC ESMPRO Manager is also restricted by this configuration. Permit the IP address used by the communication with NEC ESMPRO Manager if you would like to use NEC ESMPRO Manager. •...

  • Page 427

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup Example: To enable DHCP setting set AddressOrigin=4 To confirm the gateway setting, enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current default target to /admin1/sp1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1/gateway1. cd /admin1/sp1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1/gateway1 Enter the following command to confirm properties of the gateway target. show The properties which the gateway target contains are as follows: •...

  • Page 428

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup Enter the following command to modify a property of the HTTP service target. set <property>=<new value> The properties which the HTTP service target contains are as follows: • EnabledState This specifies whether HTTP port is enabled for the network. The valid values for this property are "2" and "3".

  • Page 429: Power Consumption Control

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.12 Power Consumption Control You can control the power consumption of the server through the command line interface. Important The user must have an account as administrator for controlling the power consumption through command line interface. Enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current default target to /admin1/system1.

  • Page 430: Confirming System Information

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.13 Confirming System Information This section describes how to confirm the system information (product, BIOS/BMC firmware revision, CPU, and Memory) through the command line interface. The values of the properties for items not supported by the server is not displayed for the Tips system information.

  • Page 431

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup Confirming BMC firmware revision You can confirm the BMC firmware revision through the command line interface by entering the following basic command at the command prompt. show /admin1/sp1/swid1 Example of display is as shown below. ufip=/admin1/sp1/swid1 Properties: VersionString=00.20...

  • Page 432

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup oemnec_l2cache=3840KB oemnec_l3cache=38400KB Verbs: exit help show version Confirming Memory Information Enter the following command at the command prompt to move the current default target to /admin1/system1. cd /admin1/system1 You can confirm all the targets for memory (DIMM) by entering the following command. All the memory (DIMM) targets are represented as memory<N>...

  • Page 433: Special Extended Command

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.14 Special Extended Command This section describes the special extended command which can perform state acquisition (powerstate, lampstate) and interrupt generation for OS dump (nmidump). The special extended commands use the syntaxes different from those of basic commands. 8.14.1 State Acquisition You can acquire the state of the system at the command prompt: Important...

  • Page 434

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup • amber on STATUS LED lights in amber. • amber blink STATUS LED is blinking in amber. The state of the STATUS LED and the meaning are different according to the system. See Tips Chapter 1 (5.6.3 SYSTEM STATUS LED) for details. UID LED State acquisition Enter the following command at the command prompt: lampstate -uidlamp...

  • Page 435: Set Online/offline

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.14.2 Set Online/Offline This command allows you to acquire states of PCIe card and memory module (MR), connect PCIe card or memory module dynamically, and disconnect PCIe card from the server dynamically. Syntax oemneccomponent -get/-set <online/offline> [-dev_type <pci/mr> -dev_num <1-16(pci)/1-8(mr)>] Parameter get offline/online: Shows state of devices that can be dynamically connected or disconnected.

  • Page 436: Firmware Update

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.14.3 Firmware Update This command is used to update BMC FW and BIOS. tftp server is required to use this command. Update of BMC or BIOS FW is performed by downloading binary image from tftp server. Syntax oemnecload -source <URI>...

  • Page 437: Sol Log Display

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.14.4 SOL Log Display This command displays the latest SOL (Serial Over Lan) console log (up to 1M bytes). Syntax oemnecsollog Parameter None Key binds available in this command is shown below. Key bind Description Go to the next page.

  • Page 438: Viewing And Modifying Server Configuration Information

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.15 Viewing and Modifying Server Configuration Information If you modify the properties shown below in /admin1/system1 target of SMASH-CLP, you can change operating mode of the server. Use show command to view, and set command to modify the property. •...

  • Page 439

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup • oemnec_OpRomMonitoring Use this property to specify whether the monitoring timeout of OpROM stall is enabled or disabled. The setting can be changed by set command. • oemnec_FailureFlowMonitoring Use this property to specify whether the server is rebooted automatically after fatal error occurred. •...

  • Page 440

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup • oemnec_ProactivePowerCappingValue If Proactive mode is enabled, specify the value maximum power consumption by wattage. Ex: oemnec_ProactivePowerCappingRange = 2000[W] • oemnec_ProactivePowerCapping=disabled Use this property to specify whether Proactive mode is enabled or not. enabled: Reduce system power consumptions by lowering the maximum power. disabled: Does not reduce system power consumptions.

  • Page 441

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup The table below shows the default value and available values for each property. Property name Allowable range Default value Target When applied oemnec_PowerRedundancy 0/1/2 system1 At the next reboot - 2N: 2N redundancy - N+1: N+1 redundancy - N: non-redundancy oemnec_SASBatteryBackupUnit installed/notinstalled...

  • Page 442: Command Line Interface Of Standby Bmc

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.16 Command Line Interface of Standby BMC The following commands are available on SMASH CLP of standy BMC. The SMASH CLP of standy BMC is supported by Express5800 A2040b/ A2010b/A2020b Tips models only. Important SMASH CLP of standy BMC is used by maintenance personnel. Thus, the user does not need to perform operation on this console.

  • Page 443

    • Only a single user among users who are using the command line interface or NEC ESMPRO Manager can use a character-based remote console. Check whether another user is using a character-based remote console, if you cannot use a character-based remote console.

  • Page 444

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.16.3 Basic Commands This section describes basic commands available in the command line interface of standby BMC. 8.16.4 cd Syntax cd [<options>] [<target>] Description The cd command changes the current default target to the target specified by the <target> argument. 8.16.5 exit Syntax exit [<options>]...

  • Page 445

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.16.8 set Syntax set [<options>] [<target>] <propertyname>=<value> Description The set command is used to set the value of one or more properties of target specified by the <target>. The command accepts a target specified by the <target> and series of <propertyname>=<value> pairs. Specify the property name you want to set for <propertyname>, and a new value in <value>.

  • Page 446: Version

    8. SMASH-CLP Chapter 3 Setup 8.16.10 version Syntax version [<options>] Description The version command is used to display the version of the command line protocol specification which is supported. 8.16.11 oemnecfailover The oemnecfailover command is used to perform failover of BMC (change to master). Use this command to switchover the roles of master and standby BMCs.

  • Page 447: Ws-management

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup WS-Management Overview With the WS-Management Protocol, you can control the power of server and check the sensor information of the server. • Tips WS-Management complies with the specification, DTMF Web Service for Management 1.0.0. • Operation of the following tools that support the WS-Management protocol is verified in Windows 2008 Server RC2 Enterprise and 2012 Server environment.

  • Page 448: Power Control

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup Power Control You can perform power control of the server as follows. • Power ON • Power OFF immediate • Soft Shutdown • Hard Reset • Force Dump • Power Cycle • Performing these operations while the operating system is running may cause Important the loss of data in the server.

  • Page 449: Power On

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup 9.2.1 Power On To use WinRM, create a file input-RequestPowerStateChange2.xml, and run the following command to issue a RequestPowerStateChange of its PowerState is 2 (On) to BMC. winrm invoke RequestPowerStateChange "http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/CIM_PowerManagementService?__cimnamespac e=root/cimv2+Name=IPMI Power Service+CreationClassName=CIM_PowerManagementService+SystemName=Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.5B+SystemCreationClassName=Host_ComputerSystem"...

  • Page 450: Power Off Immediate

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup 9.2.2 Power Off immediate To use WinRM, create a file input-RequestPowerStateChange6.xml, and run the following command to issue a RequestPowerStateChange of its PowerState is 6 (Off - Hard) to BMC. winrm invoke RequestPowerStateChange "http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/CIM_PowerManagementService?__cimnamespac e=root/cimv2+Name=IPMI Power Service+CreationClassName=CIM_PowerManagementService+SystemName=Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.5B+SystemCreationClassName=Host_ComputerSystem"...

  • Page 451: Os Shutdown

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup 9.2.3 OS Shutdown To use WinRM, create a file input-RequestPowerStateChange8.xml, and run the following command to issue a RequestPowerStateChange of its PowerState is 8 (Off - Soft) to BMC. winrm invoke RequestPowerStateChange "http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/CIM_PowerManagementService?__cimnamespac e=root/cimv2+Name=IPMI Power Service+CreationClassName=CIM_PowerManagementService+SystemName=Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.5B+SystemCreationClassName=Host_ComputerSystem"...

  • Page 452: Hard Reset

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup 9.2.4 Hard Reset To use WinRM, create a file input-RequestPowerStateChange10.xml, and run the following command to issue a RequestPowerStateChange of its PowerState is 10 (Master Bus Reset) to BMC. winrm invoke RequestPowerStateChange "http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/CIM_PowerManagementService?__cimnamespac e=root/cimv2+Name=IPMI Power Service+CreationClassName=CIM_PowerManagementService+SystemName=Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.5B+SystemCreationClassName=Host_ComputerSystem"...

  • Page 453: Force Dump

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup 9.2.5 Force Dump To use WinRM, create a file input-RequestPowerStateChange11.xml, and run the following command to issue a RequestPowerStateChange of its PowerState is 11 (Diagnostic Interrupt (NMI)) to BMC. winrm invoke RequestPowerStateChange "http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/CIM_PowerManagementService?__cimnamespac e=root/cimv2+Name=IPMI Power Service+CreationClassName=CIM_PowerManagementService+SystemName=Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.5B+SystemCreationClassName=Host_ComputerSystem"...

  • Page 454: Power Cycle

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup 9.2.6 Power Cycle To use WinRM, create a file input-RequestPowerStateChange9.xml, and run the following command to issue a RequestPowerStateChange of its PowerState is 9 (Power Cycle (Off-Hard)) to BMC. winrm invoke RequestPowerStateChange "http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/CIM_PowerManagementService?__cimnamespac e=root/cimv2+Name=IPMI Power Service+CreationClassName=CIM_PowerManagementService+SystemName=Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.5B+SystemCreationClassName=Host_ComputerSystem"...

  • Page 455: Sensor Information

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup Sensor Information You can get sensor information either by enumeration of all sensors or by retrieving specified sensor. 9.3.1 Enumuration Run the following command to enumerate sensors that have threshold values (e.g.: system power, temperature, voltage, fan speed) with WinRM. winrm enumerate http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/CIM_NumericSensor -username:USERNAME -password:PASSWORD -r:PROTOCOL://IP_ADDRESS/wsman -auth:basic -encoding:utf-8 -skipCAcheck -skipCNcheck -skipRevocationcheck...

  • Page 456: Displaying Specified Sensor

    9. WS-Management Chapter 3 Setup 9.3.2 Displaying Specified Sensor You can display the sensor data by specifying sensor number. Run the following command to display the sensor data of sensor number 0 that has threshold value by using WinRM. winrm get "http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/CIM_NumericSensor?SystemCreationClassNam e=CIM_ComputerSystem+CreationClassName=CIM_NumericSensor+SystemName=Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.5B+DeviceID=1.0.0.32.1.99"...

  • Page 457: Installing Software Components

    10. Installing Software Components Chapter 3 Setup Installing Software Components Continue to install software components such as OS. Refer to the instructions below. • Windows: Installation Guide (Windows) • Linux: Installation Guide (Linux) Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 458: Turning Off The Server

    11. Turning Off the Server Chapter 3 Setup Turning Off the Server Turn off the server (DC OFF) by using the following procedure. 1. Shut down the OS. 2. The server automatically turns off after the OS shuts down. Confirm that SYSTEM POWER LED is OFF. 3.

  • Page 459: Chapter 4 Appendix

    NEC Express5800 Series Express5800/A1040b, A2040b A2020b, A2010b Appendix 1. Specifications Lists specification of the server. 2. Operation Mode Describes operation mode that the server supports. 3. Settings for Each OS Describes BIOS settings for each operating system. Express5800/A1040b, A2040b, A2020b, A2010b User's Guide...

  • Page 460: Specifications

    1. Specifications Chapter 4 Appendix Specifications EXPRESS5800/ A1040b (1/2) (Base Unit) NE3300-040F Product Code (CPU) NE3301-H001F NE3301-H002F NE3301-H003F NE3301-H004F Intel ®Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800 E7-4890 v2 E7-4870 v2 *1 E7-4860 v2 E7-4830 v2 Clock speed 2.80GHz 2.30GHz 2.60GHz 2.20GHz Number of CPUs, minimum/maximum (CPUs are not pre-installed in the Base Unit) 3rd cache...

  • Page 461

    Storage: -10 to 55°C / 20 to 80% (no condensation either when operating or when stored) EXPRESSBUILDER (NEC ESMPRO Manager (Windows/Linux), Accessories NEC ESMPRO Agent, User’s Guide (electronic document) included), Getting Started, Rack mount kit, TeDoLi (System Diagnostic Tool), SUV cable Installed OS –...

  • Page 462: Express5800/ A1040b (2/2)

    1. Specifications Chapter 4 Appendix EXPRESS5800/ A1040b (2/2) (Base Unit) NE3300-040F Product Code (CPU) NE3300-005F NE3300-006F NE3300-007F NE3300-008F Intel ®Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800 E7-4820 v2 E7-4809 v2 *1 E7-8891 v2 *1 E7-8893 v2 Clock speed 2.0GHz 1.90GHz 3.20GHz 3.40GHz Number of CPUs, minimum/maximum (CPUs are not pre-installed in the Base Unit) 3rd cache...

  • Page 463

    Storage: -10 to 55°C / 20 to 80% (no condensation either when operating or when stored) EXPRESSBUILDER (NEC ESMPRO Manager (Windows/Linux), Accessories NEC ESMPRO Agent, User’s Guide (electronic document) included), Getting Started, Rack mount kit, TeDoLi (System Diagnostic Tool) , SUV cable Installed OS –...

  • Page 464: Express5800/ A2040b (1/2)

    1. Specifications Chapter 4 Appendix EXPRESS5800/ A2040b (1/2) NE3400-040F (Base Unit) Product Code NE3400-041F ** (CPU) NE3301-H001F NE3301-H002F NE3301-H003F NE3301-H004F Intel ®Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800 E7-4890 v2 E7-4870 v2 *1 E7-4860 v2 E7-4830 v2 Clock speed 2.80GHz 2.30GHz 2.60GHz 2.20GHz Number of CPUs, minimum/maximum (CPUs are not pre-installed in the Base Unit) 3rd cache...

  • Page 465

    Storage: -10 to 55°C / 20 to 80% (no condensation either when operating or when stored) EXPRESSBUILDER (NEC ESMPRO Manager (Windows/Linux), NEC ESMPRO Agent, User’s Guide (electronic document) included), Getting Accessories Started, Rack mount kit, TeDoLi (System Diagnostic Tool), Codeword...

  • Page 466: Express5800/ A2040b (2/2)

    1. Specifications Chapter 4 Appendix EXPRESS5800/ A2040b (2/2) NE3400-040F (Base Unit) Product Code NE3400-041F ** (CPU) NE3301-H005F NE3301-H006F NE3301-H007F NE3301-H008F Intel ®Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800 E7-4820 v2 E7-4809 v2 *1 E7-8891 v2 *1 E7-8893 v2 Clock speed 2.00GHz 1.90GHz 3.20GHz 3.40GHz Number of CPUs, minimum/maximum (CPUs are not pre-installed in the Base Unit)

  • Page 467

    Storage: -10 to 55°C / 20 to 80% (no condensation either when operating or when stored) EXPRESSBUILDER (NEC ESMPRO Manager (Windows/Linux), NEC ESMPRO Agent, User’s Guide (electronic document) included), Getting Accessories Started, Rack mount kit, TeDoLi (System Diagnostic Tool), Codeword...

  • Page 468: Express5800/ A2020b (1/2)

    1. Specifications Chapter 4 Appendix EXPRESS5800/ A2020b (1/2) Product Code NE3400-021F NE3400-022F NE3400-023F NE3400-024F Intel ®Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800 E7-4890 v2 E7-4870 v2 *1 E7-4860 v2 E7-4830 v2 Clock speed 2.80GHz 2.30GHz 2.60GHz 2.20GHz Number of CPUs, minimum/maximum (CPUs are pre-installed) 3rd cache 37.5MB 30MB...

  • Page 469

    Storage: -10 to 55°C / 20 to 80% (no condensation either when operating or when stored) EXPRESSBUILDER (NEC ESMPRO Manager (Windows/Linux), Accessories NEC ESMPRO Agent, User’s Guide (electronic document) included), Getting Started, Rack mount kit, TeDoLi (System Diagnostic Tool) , SUV cable Installed OS –...

  • Page 470: Express5800/ A2020b (2/2)

    1. Specifications Chapter 4 Appendix EXPRESS5800/ A2020b (2/2) Product Code NE3400-025F NE3400-026F NE3400-027F NE3400-028F Intel ®Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800 E7-4820 v2 E7-4809 v2 *1 E7-8891 v2 *1 E7-8893 v2 Clock speed 2.00GHz 1.60GHz 3.20GHz 3.40GHz Number of CPUs, minimum/maximum (CPUs are pre-installed) 3rd cache 16MB 12MB...

  • Page 471

    Storage: -10 to 55°C / 20 to 80% (no condensation either when operating or when stored) EXPRESSBUILDER (NEC ESMPRO Manager (Windows/Linux), Accessories NEC ESMPRO Agent, User’s Guide (electronic document) included), Getting Started, Rack mount kit, TeDoLi (System Diagnostic Tool) , SUV cable Installed OS –...

  • Page 472: Express5800/ A2010b (1/2)

    1. Specifications Chapter 4 Appendix EXPRESS5800/ A2010b (1/2) Product Code NE3400-031F NE3400-032F NE3400-033F NE3400-034F Intel ®Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800 E7-4890 v2 E7-4870 v2 *1 E7-4860 v2 E7-4830 v2 Clock speed 2.80GHz 2.30GHz 2.60GHz 2.20GHz Number of CPUs, minimum/maximum (CPU is pre-installed) 3rd cache 37.5MB 30MB...

  • Page 473

    Storage: -10 to 55°C / 20 to 80% (no condensation either when operating or when stored) EXPRESSBUILDER (NEC ESMPRO Manager (Windows/Linux), Accessories NEC ESMPRO Agent, User’s Guide (electronic document) included), Getting Started, Rack mount kit, TeDoLi (System Diagnostic Tool) , SUV cable Installed OS –...

  • Page 474: Express5800/ A2010b (2/2)

    1. Specifications Chapter 4 Appendix EXPRESS5800/ A2010b (2/2) Product Code NE3400-035F NE3400-036F NE3400-037F NE3400-038F Intel ®Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800 E7-4820 v2 E7-4809 v2 *1 E7-8891 v2 *1 E7-8893 v2 Clock speed 2.00GHz 1.60GHz 3.20GHz 3.40GHz Number of CPUs, minimum/maximum (CPU is pre-installed) 3rd cache 16MB 12MB...

  • Page 475

    Storage: -10 to 55°C / 20 to 80% (no condensation either when operating or when stored) EXPRESSBUILDER (NEC ESMPRO Manager (Windows/Linux), Accessories NEC ESMPRO Agent, User’s Guide (electronic document) included), Getting Started, Rack mount kit, TeDoLi (System Diagnostic Tool) , SUV cable Installed OS –...

  • Page 476: Operation Mode

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix Operation Mode The server supports the following operation modes, and these modes can be set and changed. Each setting can be changed on BIOS SETUP and Remote Management. See the corresponding section as shown below for details. BIOS Setup Utility (SETUP): Chapter 2 (1.

  • Page 477

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix Parameter When Operation mode Description applied ([ ]: Default setting) Energy Performance Performance At next boot Specify the priority of operation of processor, performance or power saving. This option is [Balanced Performance] displayed only when OS Performance Tuning is Balanced Energy set to Disabled.

  • Page 478

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix Parameter When Operation mode Description applied ([ ]: Default setting) VT-x Disabled At next boot Enable or disable Intel(R) VT-x which is the processor virtualization feature. This item is [Enabled] displayed only when the installed processor supports this feature.

  • Page 479

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix Parameter When Operation mode Description applied ([ ]: Default setting) NUMA Disabled At next boot Enable or disable NUMA (Non Uniform MemoryAccess) feature. When enabled, OS [Enabled] detects CPU core and memory configuration, and allocate resources appropriately to ensure performance.

  • Page 480

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix I/O related (PCI Link Speed) Advanced menu → PCI Configuration → PCI Link Speed Settings Parameter When Operation mode Description applied ([ ]: Default setting) PCI1-16 LinkSpeed 2.5GT/s At next boot Specify the upper limit of link speed for PCI Limit slot.

  • Page 481

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix LSI Related Advanced menu → Advanced Chipset Configuration Parameter When Operation mode Description applied ([ ]: Default setting) QPI Frequency Limit [Auto] At next boot Specify the upper limit of QPI Link speed. 6.4 GT/s Auto: Works at highest link speed.

  • Page 482

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix Parameter When Operation mode Description applied ([ ]: Default setting) Controller Timeout 1 sec At next boot Specify the timeout time when Control, Bulk, and Interrupt Transfer commands are issued to USB 5 sec Controller.

  • Page 483

    Enable or disable the boot monitoring feature. Use this feature on the OS environment where Enabled NEC ESMPRO Agent is installed. 1- 60 minutes Set to [Disabled] if NEC ESMPRO Agent is not (Default: [1] minute) installed. OpROM Monitoring [Disabled]...

  • Page 484

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix Parameter When Operation mode Description applied ([ ]: Default setting) FailFlow Monitor [Disabled] At next boot Enable or disable time monitoring from start to end of HW fault processing due to critical failure Enabled or start to end of OS dump collection instructed 1- 60 minutes by pressing of NMI button.

  • Page 485

    ([ ]: Default setting) Quiet Boot Disabled At next boot Enable or disable the feature to display NEC logo during POST. When set to [Disabled], POST [Enabled] execution result is displayed instead of logo. When [BIOS Redirection Port] is enabled, this item shows [Unavailable] and becomes inaccessible ([Disabled] is set automatically).

  • Page 486

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix (2) Remote Management Server Related Configuration menu → Extended Functionality Parameter Operation mode When applied Description ([ ]: Default setting) POWER/ At next boot Specify redundancy of power supply unit. PSU Redundancy N: Non-redundancy. Change the parameter to “N” if you select this redundancy of power supply unit [2N] using web console before the first boot.

  • Page 487

    Enable or disable boot monitoring feature. Use this feature in an OS environment where NEC ESMPRO Boot Monitoring Enable Agent is installed. 1 - 60 minutes If NEC ESMPRO Agent is not installed, change this (Default: [1] minute) parameter to [Disable]. Fault Handling/ [Disable] Immediate Enable or disable the feature to monitor the timeout time of OpROM stall.

  • Page 488

    2. Operation Mode Chapter 4 Appendix BIOS Related Configuration menu → SystemBIOS Parameter When Operation mode Description applied ([ ]: Default setting) BIOS Basic/ Enable At next boot Enable or disable the feature to suppress OS startup until user interruption if an error is POST Error Pause [Disable] detected during POST.

  • Page 489

    NEC ESMPRO Agent is installed. NEC ESMPRO Agent takes up SEL, and then clears SEL. If NEC ESMPRO Agent is not installed, new event log cannot be collected. Clear All SEL: All the event logs are cleared when SEL repository becomes full.

  • Page 490: Settings For Each Os

    3. Settings for Each OS Chapter 4 Appendix Settings for Each OS When installing or booting OS, settings on BMC and BIOS are needed to be changed from the default settings depending on the OS. For details of BMC configuration, see Chapter 3 (7. Using Remote Management). For details of BIOS SETUP, refer to Chapter 2 (1.

  • Page 491

    énoncées dans JISC6802, EN60825, IEC825 et FDA 21CFR . Si un ajustement est nécessaire, seul le personnel de service NEC est autorisé à contrôler le niveau d’émission laser. Si vous tentez de le faire vous même, vous risquez de vous exposer a des émissions laser dangereuses.

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Express5800 a1040b, Express5800 a2020b, Express5800 a2040b

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