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FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY CX400 M4

Server Enclosure

Upgrade and Maintenance Manual
Edition March 2018

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  • Page 1: Server Enclosure

    Upgrade and Maintenance Manual - English FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY CX400 M4 Server Enclosure Upgrade and Maintenance Manual Edition March 2018...
  • Page 2: Copyright And Trademarks

    – The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice. – Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from the use of any information in this manual. – No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Fujitsu.
  • Page 3 Before reading this manual For your safety This manual contains important information for safely and correctly using this product. Carefully read the manual before using this product. Pay particular attention to the accompanying manual "Safety Notes and Regulations" and ensure these safety notes are understood before using the product.
  • Page 4 Please consult the sales staff of Fujitsu if intending to use this product for high safety use. Measures against momentary voltage drop This product may be affected by a momentary voltage drop in the power supply caused by lightning.
  • Page 5 Version history Issue number Reason for update 1.0 / March 2017 Initial release 1.1 / May 2017 Final version 1.2 / June 2017 Final version 1.3 / July 2017 Final version 2.0 / November 2017 Update version 3.0 / March 2018 Update version Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 6 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......13 Notational conventions ....14 Before you start .
  • Page 8 Contents Disconnecting the power cord ....41 Extending/removing the server enclosure out of the rack . . 42 4.4.1 Preliminary steps ......42 4.4.2 Extending the server enclosure out of the rack .
  • Page 9 Contents 5.2.3 Performing a RAID array rebuild ....75 5.2.4 Using the Chassis ID Prom Tool ....76 5.2.5 Viewing and clearing the System Event Log (SEL) .
  • Page 10 Contents Replacing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD module ... 101 7.4.1 Preliminary steps ......102 7.4.2 Removing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD module .
  • Page 11 Contents Replacing the fan cable ....142 8.3.1 Preliminary steps ......142 8.3.2 Disconnecting the fan cable .
  • Page 12 Contents Cabling ......177 11.1 Cabling overview ..... . . 177 11.2 Cabling .
  • Page 13: Introduction

    Introduction This Upgrade and Maintenance Manual provides instructions for the following procedures: Upgrading the server configuration by adding optional hardware ● components Upgrading the server configuration by replacing existing hardware ● components with superior ones. Replacing defective hardware components ● This manual focuses on on-site maintenance tasks.
  • Page 14: Notational Conventions

    Introduction Notational conventions The following notational conventions are used in this manual: Text in italics indicates commands or menu items indicates system output fixed font indicates text to be entered by the user semi-bold fixed font "Quotation marks" indicate names of chapters and terms that are being emphasized describes activities that must be performed in the order Ê...
  • Page 15: Before You Start

    For Japan: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/system/ Please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner for details on how to order expansion kits or spare parts. Use the Fujitsu Illustrated Spares Catalog to identify the required spare part and obtain technical data and order information.
  • Page 16: Classification Of Procedures

    At the beginning of each procedure, the involved unit type is indicated by one of the symbols introduced in this section. Please ask your local Fujitsu service center for more detailed information. 2.1.1 Customer Replaceable Units (CRU)
  • Page 17: Upgrade And Repair Units (Uru)

    – HDD/SSD bridge board CAUTION! Installing procedures involving this units must be performed exclusively by Fujitsu service personnel or technicians trained by Fujitsu. Please note that unauthorized interference with the system will void the warranty and exempt the manufacturer from all liability.
  • Page 18: Field Replaceable Units (Fru)

    Maintenance procedures involving Field Replaceable Units must be performed exclusively by Fujitsu service personnel or technicians trained by Fujitsu. Please note that unauthorized interference with the system will void the warranty and exempt the manufacturer from all liability. Components that are handled as Field Replaceable Units –...
  • Page 19: Average Task Duration

    Before you start Average task duration Average task duration: 10 minutes The average task duration including preliminary and concluding steps is indicated at the beginning of each procedure next to the procedure class. Refer to table 1 on page 19 for an overview of steps taken into account for calculating the average task duration: Step...
  • Page 20: Tools You Need At Hand

    Before you start Tools you need at hand When preparing the maintenance task, ensure that all required tools are available according to the overview below. You will find a list of required tools at the beginning of each procedure. Screw driver / Screw Usage Type...
  • Page 21: Documents You Need At Hand

    – Ensure to store all printed manuals enclosed with your server in a save place for future reference. – Unless stated otherwise, all manuals are available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com under Industry standard servers. For Japan: http://www.fujitsu.com/jp/products/computing/servers/primergy/manual/...
  • Page 22: Documents For The Server Enclosure

    "Safety notes and regulations" Important safety information, available manual online or as a printed copy " 安全上のご注意 " for Japan "PRIMERGY CX400 M4 Server Available online Enclosure Operating Manual" Labels inside the side / top server cover System board and service labels...
  • Page 23 Before you start Document Description – Operating system documentation, online help Third party documentation – Peripherals documentation Table 4: Documentation you need at hand for the server enclosure Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 24: Documents For The Server Nodes

    CX2570 M4 Server Node Available online Upgrade and Maintenance Manual" "D3853 BIOS Setup Utility for Information on configurable BIOS options FUJITSU Server CX2550 M4 and parameters, available online Reference Manual" "D3854 BIOS Setup Utility for FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY Information on configurable BIOS options...
  • Page 25: Important Information

    Important information Depending on your server enclosure or the installed options some information is not valid for your server enclosure. CAUTION! Before installing and starting up a server enclosure, please observe the safety instructions listed in the following section. This will help you to avoid making serious errors that could impair your health, damage the server enclosure and endanger the data base.
  • Page 26 Important information Before starting up During installation and before operating the server enclosure, observe the ● instructions on environmental conditions for your server enclosure. If the server enclosure is brought in from a cold environment, condensation ● may form both inside and on the outside of the server enclosure. Wait until the server enclosure has acclimatized to room temperature and is absolutely dry before starting it up.
  • Page 27 Important information Always connect the server enclosure and the attached peripheral devices to ● the same power circuit. Otherwise you run the risk of losing data if, for example, the server enclosure is still running but a peripheral device (e.g. memory subsystem) fails during a power outage.
  • Page 28 Important information The components marked with a warning notice (e.g. lightning symbol) may ● only be opened, removed or exchanged by authorized, qualified personnel. Exception: CSS components can be replaced. The warranty is void if the server enclosure is damaged during installation or ●...
  • Page 29 Important information Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste. Make sure that you insert the battery the right way round. ● The battery used in this server enclosure may present a fire or chemical burn ●...
  • Page 30 Important information Shocks and vibrations are also to be avoided. ● Do not insert any objects other than the specified CDs/DVDs/BDs. ● Do not pull on, press hard, or otherwise handle the CD/DVD/BD tray ● roughly. Do not disassemble the optical disk drive. ●...
  • Page 31 Important information You can prevent damage from the optical disk drive and the CDs/DVDs/BDs, as well as premature wear of the disks, by observing the following suggestions: – Only insert disks in the drive when needed and remove them after use.
  • Page 32 Important information The circuit boards and soldered parts of internal options are exposed and ● can be damaged by static electricity. To ensure reliable protection, you must wear an earthing band on your wrist when working with ESD modules and connect it to an unpainted, conducting metal part of the server enclosure.
  • Page 33 Important information When connecting and disconnecting cables, observe the relevant ● instructions in the "Important Information" chapter of the technical manual for the corresponding rack. The technical manual is supplied with the corresponding rack. When installing the rack, make sure that the anti-tilt mechanism is ●...
  • Page 34: Energy Star

    CPU utilization levels. CE conformity :The system complies with the requirements of European Regulations. Find the CE declaration on certificate portal: https://sp.ts.fujitsu.com/sites/certificates/default.aspx To open the CE declaration applicable for your system, proceed as follows: Ê Select Industry Standard Servers.
  • Page 35: Environmental Protection

    Important information Environmental protection Environmentally-friendly product design and development This product has been designed in accordance with the Fujitsu standard for "environmentally friendly product design and development". This means that key factors such as durability, selection and labeling of materials, emissions, packaging, ease of dismantling and recycling have been taken into account.
  • Page 36 Further information can be found at: http://ts.fujitsu.com/recycling Details regarding the return and recycling of devices and consumables within Europe can also be found in the "Returning used devices" manual, via your local Fujitsu branch, or at: http://ts.fujitsu.com/recycling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 37: Basic Hardware Procedures

    Basic hardware procedures Using diagnostics information Use the Fujitsu ServerView Suite management software to plan the upgrade or replacement of hardware components. Please refer to the following ServerView Suite topics: – Operation – Maintenance It is recommended to prepare local maintenance tasks using remote diagnostics procedures, see "ServerView Suite Local Service Concept (LSC)"...
  • Page 38: Determining The Error Class

    Basic hardware procedures Ê When using ServerView Operations Manager to toggle the ID indicator, choose Single System View and press the Locate button. Ê Remember to switch off the ID indicator after the maintenance task has been concluded successfully. 4.1.2 Determining the error class The Local Service Concept (LSC) allows you to identify defective server components.
  • Page 39: Global Error Indicator

    Basic hardware procedures 4.1.2.2 Global Error indicator Ê Check the Global Error indicator on the front or connector panel of the server (see section "Controls and indicators" on page 183). Ê For further diagnostics, proceed as follows: – Hardware errors: Check the System Event Log (SEL) as described in the "Upgrade and Maintenance Manual"...
  • Page 40: Shutting Down The Server Node

    Basic hardware procedures Shutting down the server node Safety notes CAUTION! For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important information" on page This step is only required when upgrading or replacing non-hot-plug components. Ê Inform the system administrator that the server node will be shut down and put offline.
  • Page 41: Disconnecting The Power Cord

    Basic hardware procedures Disconnecting the power cord Before disconnecting the power cord all server nodes must be shut down. Figure 2: Removing the power cord from the PSU cable tie Ê Pull out the locking lever on the PSU cable tie (1) and loosen the loop (2). Ê...
  • Page 42: Extending/Removing The Server Enclosure Out Of The Rack

    Basic hardware procedures Extending/removing the server enclosure out of the rack CAUTION! Use the anti-tilt plate to prevent the rack from tipping when installing ● the rack. Pulling the server out of the rack without having installed the anti-tilt plate may cause the rack to tip over. Be careful not to pinch fingers or clothes when sliding out the server ●...
  • Page 43: Extending The Server Enclosure Out Of The Rack

    Basic hardware procedures 4.4.2 Extending the server enclosure out of the rack Figure 3: Extending the server enclosure out of the rack (A). Ê While pressing the locking levers (1) on both sides of the enclosure use the brackets (2) to pull the enclosure out of its lock. Ê...
  • Page 44 Basic hardware procedures In addition, at least two people are needed when server enclosure is installed in the height of 25U or more. (for Japan, please refer to " 安全上のご注意 ".) For configurations below 32 kg: At least two people are needed to lift the server out of the rack cabinet.
  • Page 45 Basic hardware procedures Figure 4: Removing the server enclosure out of the rack (A). Ê Pull the server enclosure out of the rack as far as it will go (1) Ê Release the locking springs on both rack rails (2). Figure 5: Remove the server enclosure out of the rack (B).
  • Page 46: Removing Server Nodes From The Server Enclosure

    Basic hardware procedures Removing server nodes from the server enclosure The CX400 M4 system must always run with closed node bays. It is only allowed to leave a bay open for a limited time in case of repairing a server node (for example).
  • Page 47 Basic hardware procedures Ê Install the gasket of the lower server node again. CAUTION If the server node is difficult to pull out of the bay, push the server node, and then pull the server node while pushing the server node to the left side.
  • Page 48: Removing The Cx2570 M4 Server Node

    Basic hardware procedures 4.5.2 Removing the CX2570 M4 server node CAUTION! Shut down the server node and disconnect all external cables. ● Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important information" ● on page Figure 7: Removing the CX2570 M4 server node Ê...
  • Page 49: Removing The Server Node Dummy Module

    Basic hardware procedures Removing the server node dummy module The CX400 M4 system must always run with closed node bays. It is only allowed to leave a bay open for a limited time in case of repairing a server node (for example). In the meantime all remaining server nodes run in throttling mode (with reduced performance).
  • Page 50: Opening The Server Enclosure

    Basic hardware procedures Opening the server enclosure CAUTION! Before removing or installing covers, turn off the server nodes and all ● peripheral devices. Also unplug all power cables from the outlet. Failure to do so can cause electric shock. For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important ●...
  • Page 51: Opening The Midplane Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.7.2 Opening the midplane cover Figure 11: Removing the midplane cover from the chassis Ê Make sure that the fan cover is removed as described in section "Opening the fan cover" on page Ê Remove five screws from the midplane cover (see circles) Ê...
  • Page 52: Installing The Midplane Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.8.1 Installing the midplane cover Figure 12: Installing the midplane cover on the chassis Ê Place the midplane cover as shown and secure it with five screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 53: Installing The Fan Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.8.2 Installing the fan cover Figure 13: Installing the fan cover on the chassis Ê Insert the fan cover as shown (1). Ê Shift the locking tab in the direction of the arrow (2) and flip down the cover (3).
  • Page 54: Installing The Server Node Dummy Module

    Basic hardware procedures Installing the server node dummy module CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important information" ● on page Figure 14: Installing the server node dummy module Ê Carefully push the server node dummy module at the handle into the server enclosure until the locking mechanism snaps into place.
  • Page 55: Installing The Server Node In The Server Enclosure

    Basic hardware procedures 4.10 Installing the server node in the server enclosure 4.10.1 Basic information Server node and PSU bay numbering Figure 15: CX400 M4 server node and PSU bay numbering (rear view) PSU 1 PSU 2 Server node bay 1 Server node bay 2 Server node bay 3 Server node bay 4...
  • Page 56 Basic hardware procedures Population rules for server nodes CX2560 M4 Number of Bay 1 Bay 2 Bay 3 Bay 4 nodes Table 7: CX2560 M4 population rules Not used bays must be equipped with server node dummy modules. Population rules for server nodes CX2570 M4 Number of Bay 1 Bay 2...
  • Page 57 Basic hardware procedures Population rules for server node mixing configuration CX2560 M4 / CX2570 M4 CX2560 M4 CX2570 M4 CX2560 M4 CX2560 M4 CX2570 M4 CX2560 M4 Figure 16: CX400 M4 server node mixing Not used bays must be equipped with server node dummy modules. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 58: Installing The Cx2550 M4/Cx2560 M4 Server Node

    Basic hardware procedures 4.10.2 Installing the CX2550 M4/CX2560 M4 server node CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important information" ● on page Ê Remove the gasket of the lower server node and keep it for later use. Ê Push the server node at the handle into the server enclosure until the locking mechanism snaps into place.
  • Page 59 Basic hardware procedures CAUTION! When connecting and removing the tubes from the node, check that the LC flexible tubes riser is not off as shown. This is the good case. This is the bad case (the bracket is off). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 60: Installing The Cx2570 M4 Server Node

    Basic hardware procedures 4.10.3 Installing the CX2570 M4 server node CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important information" ● on page Figure 17: Installing the server node Ê Push the server node at the handle into the server enclosure until the locking mechanism snaps into place.
  • Page 61: Mounting The Server Enclosure In The Rack

    Basic hardware procedures 4.11 Mounting the server enclosure in the rack 4.11.1 Removing the inner rail from the carrier rails Ê Identify the inner rail and the outer rail. Figure 18: Inner (2) and outer rail (1) Figure 19: Starting position of inner and outer rail Ê...
  • Page 62 Basic hardware procedures Figure 20: Turning outer rail Ê Turn the rails to the other side (see arrow). Figure 21: Removing inner rail from outer rail Ê Push the locking latch (1) and pull the outer rail as far as possible towards the front side (2).
  • Page 63: Attaching The Carrier Rails To The Server Enclosure

    Basic hardware procedures 4.11.2 Attaching the carrier rails to the server enclosure Ê Identify the right and the left rail. Figure 22: Attaching the right carrier rail Ê Move the right carrier rail towards the server enclosure and position the holes onto the positioning screws (1).The carrier rail must lock in the corresponding hole.
  • Page 64: Installing The Carrier Rails

    Basic hardware procedures 4.11.3 Installing the carrier rails Ê Clarify the position of the system unit in the rack. Ê Mark the position of the bottom edge of the server enclosure on the support uprights. Ê Identify the right and the left rail. Figure 24: Attaching the left carrier rail Figure 25: Adjusting the positioning clip Ê...
  • Page 65: Lift The Server Into The Rack Cabinet

    Basic hardware procedures Ê Release the positioning clip (1) after the designated position is reached. Ê Move the left rail towards the front side (4) while holding the positioning clip (3). The mounting aid must lock in the corresponding hole. Ê...
  • Page 66 Basic hardware procedures For configurations below 32 kg: At least two people are needed to lift the server into the rack cabinet. For configurations below 55 kg: At least three people are needed to lift the server into the rack cabinet. For configurations above 55 kg: At least four people are needed to lift the server into the rack cabinet.
  • Page 67 Basic hardware procedures At least two people are needed to position the server on the rack rails. Figure 27: Mounting the server enclosure into the rack (A). Ê Set the back-end of both inner rails (1) into the front entry of the both outer rails (2).
  • Page 68 Basic hardware procedures Figure 29: Mount the server enclosure in the rack (B). Ê When the server enclosure is stopped, push the locking latch (1) on both sides and push the server in the rack (2). Figure 30: Mounting the server into the rack (C). Ê...
  • Page 69: Installing The Cable Management Arm (Cma)

    Basic hardware procedures 4.12 Installing the cable management arm (CMA) Figure 31: Installing the CMA (A) Ê Slide the CMA connector outer rail onto the end of the outer rail of the rack mounting kit until it clicks into place (see arrow). Figure 32: Installing the CMA (B) Ê...
  • Page 70 Basic hardware procedures Figure 33: Installing the CMA (C) Ê Slide the CMA connector on the opposite side onto the end of the outer rail of the rack mounting kit until it clicks into place (see arrow). Figure 34: CMA installed Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 71: Connecting The Power Cord

    Basic hardware procedures 4.13 Connecting the power cord Connecting the power cord (AC PSU) CAUTION! The server supports a mains voltage in the range of 100 VAC to 240 VAC. You may only operate the server if its rated voltage range corresponds to the local mains voltage.
  • Page 72: Switching On The Server Node(S)

    Basic hardware procedures 4.14 Switching on the server node(s) CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important information" ● on page Controls and indicators are the same for the CX2550 M4 / CX2560 M4 / CX2570 M4. Ê If applicable, connect all external cables to the server node. Figure 36: Controls and indicators of the server node 1 On/Off button / Power-on indicator 2 ID indicator Ê...
  • Page 73: Basic Software Procedures

    Basic software procedures Starting the maintenance task 5.1.1 Switching on the ID indicator For easy identification of the server, switch on the ID indicator, especially when working in a datacenter environment or a server room. The ID indicator can also be activated via the iRMC web interface and its status is reported to the BMC.
  • Page 74: Completing The Maintenance Task

    Basic software procedures Completing the maintenance task 5.2.1 Switching off the ID indicator Press the ID button on the front panel, or use the iRMC web interface or ServerView Operations Manager to switch off the ID indicator after the maintenance task has been concluded successfully. For more information, see section "Locating the defective server"...
  • Page 75: Verifying System Information Backup / Restore

    Chassis IDPROM: Restore successful After replacing the Chassis ID EPROM In case of the PRIMERGY CX400 M4 server enclosure, the Chassis ID EPROM is integrated on the chassis interface board in the midplane kit. Ê Check the SEL log files as described in section "Viewing and clearing the...
  • Page 76: Using The Chassis Id Prom Tool

    After replacing the midplane kit, system information has to be entered using the ChassisId_Prom Tool. The tool and further instructions are available to maintenance personnel from the Fujitsu Technology Solutions Extranet: http://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/service/intelservers/tools For Japan, follow the instructions provided separately.
  • Page 77: Viewing And Clearing The System Event Log (Sel)

    Basic software procedures 5.2.5 Viewing and clearing the System Event Log (SEL) 5.2.5.1 Viewing the SEL You can view the System Event Log (SEL) using the ServerView Operations Manager or the ServerView iRMC web interface: Viewing the SEL in ServerView Operations Manager Ê...
  • Page 78: Clearing The Sel

    Basic software procedures Viewing the SEL using the iRMC web interface Ê Log in to the ServerView iRMC web interface. Ê Open the Logs menu. Ê Click System Event Log to open the System Event Log page. All events concerning the system are displayed in a table in the Event Log Content group.
  • Page 79: Performing A Fan Test

    Basic software procedures 5.2.6 Performing a fan test Notes on replacing a defective fan After replacing a defective system fan or PSU containing a defective fan, the fan error indicators will stay lit until the next fan test. By default, a fan test is automatically started every 24 hours.
  • Page 80: Updating Serverview Raid Manager

    Ê After the fan test is complete, restore the time setting to its initial value and click Save Page. In case of maintenance done by Fujitsu engineers in Japan: Executing the fan test via Chassis ID Prom Tool Please follow the instructions provided separately.
  • Page 81: Power Supply Unit (Psu)

    Power supply unit (PSU) Safety notes CAUTION! Do not disassemble the PSU. Doing so may cause electric shock. ● Areas around the PSU may remain extremely hot after shutdown. ● After shutting down the server, wait for hot components to cool down before removing the PSU.
  • Page 82: General Equipping Rules

    Power supply unit (PSU) 6.1.1 General equipping rules Figure 38: Population rules for the hot-plug PSUs hot-plug PSU bay 1 (bottom) hot-plug PSU bay 2 (top) Both hot-plug PSUs must be of the same type. ● The PSU dummy module is installed in the hot-plug PSU bay 2 (top) for non- ●...
  • Page 83: Replacing The Hot-Plug Psu

    Power supply unit (PSU) Replacing the hot-plug PSU Customer Replaceable Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (CRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less Main steps: tool-less CAUTION! Replace the hot-plug PSU after specifying the one that breaks down ● at work by revitalization. Both hot-plug PSUs must be of the same type.
  • Page 84: Removing The Hot-Plug Psu

    Power supply unit (PSU) 6.2.2 Removing the hot-plug PSU Figure 39: Removing the hot-plug PSU Ê Pull the handle of the hot-plug PSU halfway upward in the direction of the arrow (1). Ê Push the lock in direction of the arrow (2). Ê...
  • Page 85: Installing The Hot-Plug Psu

    Power supply unit (PSU) 6.2.3 Installing the hot-plug PSU Figure 40: Folding up the handle Ê Push the handle of the hot-plug PSU in the direction of the arrow. Figure 41: Installing the hot-plug PSU Ê Carefully push the hot-plug PSU into the empty bay (1) until it stops. Ê...
  • Page 86: Concluding Steps

    Power supply unit (PSU) Make sure that the hot-plug PSU engages correctly in the bay and is locked in position. This is the only way to prevent the PSU from sliding out of its bay and being damaged during transportation. 6.2.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures:...
  • Page 87: Removing And Installing The Psu Dummy Module

    Power supply unit (PSU) Removing and installing the PSU dummy module Customer Replaceable Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (CRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less Main steps: tool-less CAUTION! Never leave the bay for the hot-plug PSU empty for more than two minutes during operation.
  • Page 88: Installing The Psu Dummy Module

    Power supply unit (PSU) 6.3.2 Installing the PSU dummy module Figure 43: Installing the PSU dummy module Ê Press the handles of the PSU dummy module in the direction of the arrows (1). Ê Push the PSU dummy module into the empty bay (1) until it stops. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 89: Hard Disk Drives (Hdd), Solid State Drives (Ssd) And 2.5-Inch Pcie-Ssd

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Safety notes CAUTION! The HDD must not be removed from the installation frame by anyone ● except a service technician. HDD/SSD modules must all be marked clearly so that they can be ●...
  • Page 90: Basic Information

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page Basic information HDDs/SSDs Using CX2550 M4 server nodes, the server enclosure can be equipped with a maximum of 8 x 2.5 "...
  • Page 91: Hdd/Ssd Install Order

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD – When installing HDDs with different bus technologies (SAS or SATA), first install SAS drives and then SATA drives. – Please refer to section "HDD/SSD install order" on page 91 for a complete overview of the mounting sequence.
  • Page 92: Hdd/Ssd Backplane Types

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD CX400 M4 equipped with CX2570 M4 server nodes PSU 2 Node 3 Node 1 PSU 1 Server nodes and PSUs (rear view) Node 1 Node 3 HDD/SSD cages and front panel (front view) 7.1.3 HDD/SSD backplane types There are two different HDD/SSD backplanes.
  • Page 93 Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Type A (HDD/SSD backplane 1-1) SAS/SATA SAS/SATA/ PCIe SFF SSD combi Type B (HDD/SSD backplane 1-2) SATA Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 94: Hdd/Ssd Cage Bezels

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.1.4 HDD/SSD cage bezels There are two different bezels to cover unused HDD/SSD cages or unused HDD/SSD respectively. HDD/SSD6x front bezel HDD/SSD4x front bezel (only for CX2550 M4) Instead, four HDD/SSD dummy modules can also be installed.
  • Page 95: Installing 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Modules

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Installing 2.5-inch HDD/SSD modules Customer Replaceable Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (CRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less Main steps: tool-less 7.2.1 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: Ê Locate the correct drive bay as described in section "HDD/SSD install order"...
  • Page 96: Removing A 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Dummy Module

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.2.2 Removing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD dummy module Figure 44: Removing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD dummy module Dummy modules have been installed into unused HDD/SSD bays. Before installing an additional HDD/SSD, the dummy module needs to be removed from the desired drive bay.
  • Page 97: Installing A 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Module

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.2.3 Installing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD module Figure 45: Installing the 2.5-inch HDD/SSD module Ê Insert the HDD/SSD module into a drive bay and carefully push back as far as it will go (1). Ê...
  • Page 98: Removing 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Modules

    All data on all HDDs/SSDs in the array will be lost when deleting the array! Be sure to back up your data before deleting a RAID array. For further information, please refer to the "ServerView Suite RAID Management" user guide, available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 99: Removing A 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Module

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.3.2 Removing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD module Figure 46: Removing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD module Ê Undo the locking mechanism of the release lever (1). Ê Swing the release lever in the direction of the arrow (2). Ê...
  • Page 100: Installing A 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Dummy Module

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.3.3 Installing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD dummy module CAUTION! If the removed HDD/SSD module is not replaced immediately, always replace the HDD/SSD dummy module into the unused HDD/SSD bay to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements.
  • Page 101: Replacing A 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Module

    Only remove an HDD/SSD module during operation if the drive is not ● currently being accessed. Observe the indicators for the corresponding HDD/SSD modules, see "PRIMERGY CX400 M4 Server Enclosure Operating Manual". An HDD/SSD module can be replaced while the system is in ●...
  • Page 102: Preliminary Steps

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.4.1 Preliminary steps Only applicable for removing intact HDD/SSD modules: Ê Before removing a non-defective HDD/SSD module, put the drive into "Offline" mode using your RAID configuration software. 7.4.2 Removing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD module Ê...
  • Page 103: Replacing The 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Sas/Sata Backplane

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Replacing the 2.5-inch HDD/SSD SAS/SATA backplane Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 15 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 Main steps: tool-less 7.5.1 Preliminary steps...
  • Page 104: Removing The Fan Modules Cage

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.5.2 Removing the fan modules cage Figure 48: Disconnecting the fan cables from the midplane Ê Disconnect the fan cables from the midplane (see circles). Figure 49: Removing the fan modules cage Ê...
  • Page 105: Removing The 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Backplane

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.5.3 Removing the 2.5-inch HDD/SSD backplane Figure 50: Removing the HDD/SSD backplane Ê Carefully pull up on the backplane in a vertical motion and remove it from its slot. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 106: Installing The 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Backplane

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.5.4 Installing the 2.5-inch HDD/SSD backplane Figure 51: Installing the HDD/SSD backplane Ê Carefully insert the backplane into the desired slot (1) and press down in a vertical motion until it is fully seated in the slot (2). Make sure that the hooks of the backplane bracket are inserted in the recesses of the enclosure (see circles).
  • Page 107: Installing The Fan Modules Cage

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.5.5 Installing the fan modules cage Figure 52: Inserting the fan modules cage Ê Carefully insert the fan modules cage in the enclosure (1). Ê Secure the fan modules cage with four screws (see circles). CAUTION Ê...
  • Page 108 Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Figure 53: Connecting the fan cables to the midplane Ê Connect the fan cables to the midplane (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 109 Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD CAUTION! Connect the long cables (A) and the short cables (B) to the ● corresponding midplane connectors. Ê Arrange the cables so that the cables are lower than the fan cage. Ê...
  • Page 110: Concluding Steps

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.5.6 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: Ê Install the fan modules as described in section "Installing the fan module" on page 133. "Closing the server enclosure" on page 51 Ê...
  • Page 111: Installing The Hdd/Ssd Bridge Board

    Main steps: tool-less CAUTION! Installation procedures involving this units must be performed exclusively by Fujitsu service personnel or technicians trained by Fujitsu. Please note that unauthorized interference with the system will void the warranty and exempt the manufacturer from all liability.
  • Page 112: Installing The Hdd/Ssd Bridge Board

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.6.2 Installing the HDD/SSD bridge board Figure 54: Installing the HDD/SSD bridge board Ê At a slight angle, lower the HDD/SSD bridge board into the chassis. Ê Carefully shift the HDD/SSD bridge board towards the left (1) until the shoulder screw caps on the chassis engage with the recesses of the HDD/SSD bridge board (see circles).
  • Page 113: Concluding Steps

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Figure 55: Securing the HDD/SSD bridge board Ê Fold down the HDD/SSD bridge board (1). Ê Carefully shift the HDD/SSD bridge board in the direction of the arrow (2) until the shoulder screw caps on the chassis will rest in the narrow ends of the keyhole slots on the HDD/SSD bridge board (see circles).
  • Page 114: Replacing The Hdd/Ssd Bridge Board

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Replacing the HDD/SSD bridge board Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 40 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 Main steps: tool-less 7.7.1 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures:...
  • Page 115: Removing The Hdd/Ssd Bridge Board

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.7.2 Removing the HDD/SSD bridge board Figure 56: Removing the HDD/SSD bridge board Ê Carefully shift the HDD/SSD bridge board in the direction of the arrow (1) until the shoulder screw caps on the chassis will rest in the wide ends of the keyhole slots on the HDD/SSD bridge board (see circles).
  • Page 116: Installing The Hdd/Ssd Bridge Board

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.7.3 Installing the HDD/SSD bridge board Figure 57: Installing the HDD/SSD bridge board Ê At a slight angle, lower the HDD/SSD bridge board into the chassis. Ê Carefully shift the HDD/SSD bridge board towards the left (1) until the shoulder screw caps on the chassis engage with the recesses of the HDD/SSD bridge board (see circles).
  • Page 117: Concluding Steps

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Figure 58: Securing the HDD/SSD bridge board Ê Fold down the HDD/SSD bridge board (1). Ê Carefully shift the HDD/SSD bridge board in the direction of the arrow (2) until the shoulder screw caps on the chassis will rest in the narrow ends of the keyhole slots on the HDD/SSD bridge board (see circles).
  • Page 118: Changing Hdd/Ssd Cage Bezels

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Changing HDD/SSD cage bezels Customer Replaceable Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (CRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less Main steps: tool-less 7.8.1 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: Ê If applicable, shut down the relevant server node as described in section "Shutting down the server node"...
  • Page 119: Removing The Hdd/Ssd X6 Front Bezel

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.8.2 Removing the HDD/SSD x6 front bezel Figure 59: Removing the HDD/SSD x6 front bezel Ê Grasp behind the handle edge at a lower corner of the bezel and remove it from the cage.
  • Page 120: Removing The Hdd/Ssd X6 Front Bezel (Screw Type)

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.8.3 Removing the HDD/SSD x6 front bezel (screw type) Figure 60: Removing the front bezel fixing screw Ê Remove the screw from the top of the chassis (see circle). Figure 61: Removing the HDD/SSD x6 front bezel (scew type) Ê...
  • Page 121: Removing The Hdd/Ssd X4 Front Bezel

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.8.4 Removing the HDD/SSD x4 front bezel Figure 62: Removing the front bezel fixing screw Ê Remove the screw from the top of the chassis (see circle). Figure 63: Removing the HDD/SSD x4 front bezel Ê...
  • Page 122: Installing The Hdd/Ssd X6 Front Bezel

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.8.5 Installing the HDD/SSD x6 front bezel Figure 64: Installing the HDD/SSD x6 front bezel Ê Insert the bezel in front of the empty slot with the bendings of the bezel pointing downwards.
  • Page 123 Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Figure 66: Removing the front bezel fixing screw Ê Remove the screw from the top of the chassis (see circle). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 124: Installing The Hdd/Ssd X4 Front Bezel

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD 7.8.7 Installing the HDD/SSD x4 front bezel Ê If applicable, remove the HDD/SSD modules beside the front bezel (see "Removing a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD module" on page 99). Figure 67: Installing the HDD/SSD x4 front bezel Ê...
  • Page 125: Concluding Steps

    Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Figure 68: Fastening the front bezel fixing screw Ê Secure the front bezel with one screw from top of chassis (see circle). 7.8.8 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: Ê...
  • Page 126 Hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and 2.5-inch PCIe-SSD Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 127: System Fan Module

    System fan module Safety notes CAUTION! Do not damage or modify internal cables or devices. Doing so may ● cause a device failure, fire, or electric shock. Devices and components inside the server remain hot after ● shutdown. After shutting down the server, wait for hot components to cool down before installing or removing internal options.
  • Page 128: Basic Information

    System fan module Basic Information The PRIMERGY CX400 M4 server enclosure features eight hot-plug fan modules. Fan positions figure 69 shows the position of the system fans 1 to 8. Front Figure 69: Fan positions Fan cables Two fans each are connected to the midplane via one Y-cable. There are two types of fan cables, a short and a long version.
  • Page 129 System fan module Figure 70: Fan cables Fan cable (short version: 90mm) Fan cable (long version: 130mm) Connectors to the midplane Connectors to the fan modules Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 130: Replacing The System Fan Module

    System fan module Replacing the system fan module Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 Main steps: tool-less The replacement procedures of the fan modules 1, 3, 5, 7 and of the fan modules 2, 4, 6, 8 are different.
  • Page 131: Removing The Fan Module

    System fan module 8.2.2 Removing the fan module Removing the fan module 1 Ê Lift up the cable and the connector from the gap between fan modules 1 and 3. Ê Disconnect the fan cable from the fan connector (see arrows). Ê...
  • Page 132 System fan module Removing fan module 2 Ê Lift up the cable and the connector from the gap between fan modules 2 and 4. Ê Disconnect the fan cable from the fan connector (see arrows). Ê Remove fan module 2 (see arrow). CAUTION Don't touch the fan blade after the fan module was...
  • Page 133: Installing The Fan Module

    System fan module 8.2.3 Installing the fan module Installing the fan module 1 Ê Carefully insert the fan module into the bay and press down firmly until it is fully seated in the bay (1). The fan mounts must engage in the supports (see circles).
  • Page 134 System fan module Ê Place the connector into the gap between fan modules 1 and 3 (see circle). Ensure that the top edge of the fan connector is lower than the fan height. Ê Arrange the fan wires and the connector of fan module 2 into the gap between fan modules 2 and 4 in the same way as with fan module...
  • Page 135 System fan module Ê Clip the fan cable into the hooks to secure it (see circles). Ê Arrange the fan connector and cables, so that the fan connector and cables are lower than the fan and the fan cage. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 136 System fan module CAUTION – Don't touch the fan blade after the fan module was removed from the chassis because the fan blade does rotate by inertia. – It is preferable to route the fan cable for fan module 2 next to the fan connector for fan module 1.
  • Page 137 System fan module Ê Arrange the fan cables, so that the tape area for cables does fit into the cutout of the fan cage. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 138 System fan module Installing the fan module 2 Ê Insert the fan module in the same way as the fan module 1. Ê Connect the fan cable to the fan module connector (see arrows). Ê Arrange the fan wires into the gap between fan modules 2 and 4 (see oval).
  • Page 139 System fan module Ê Clip the fan cable into the hooks to secure it (see circles). Ê Arrange the fan connector and cables, so that the fan connector and cables are lower than the fan and the fan cage. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 140 System fan module Ê Arrange the fan cables, so that the fan cables are inside the fan cage. Ê Arrange the fan cables, so that the tape area for cables does fit into the cutout of the fan cage. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 141: Concluding Steps

    System fan module 8.2.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the fan cover" on page 53 Ê "Mounting the server enclosure in the rack" on page 61 Ê "Performing a fan test" on page 79 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 142: Replacing The Fan Cable

    System fan module Replacing the fan cable Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 10 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 Main steps: tool-less For hotplug operation, it is necessary to plug out the fan cable at first, then plug out the fan module itself.
  • Page 143: Disconnecting The Fan Cable

    System fan module 8.3.2 Disconnecting the fan cable Figure 71: Disconnecting the fan cable Ê Pull the fan cable out of the gaps next to the fans (1). Ê Disconnect the fans from the fan cable (2). Figure 72: Removing the fan module Ê...
  • Page 144: Connecting The Fan Cable

    System fan module Figure 73: Disconnecting the fan cable from the midplane Ê Unplug the fan cable from the midplane (see circle). 8.3.3 Connecting the fan cable Figure 74: Connecting the fan cable from the midplane Ê Plug the fan cable in the midplane connector (see circle). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 145 System fan module CAUTION! Ê Arrange the cables, so that the fan connector and cables are lower than the fan and the fan cage. Ê Arrange the fan cables, so that the fan cables are inside the fan cage. Arrange the fan cables, so that the tape area for cables does fit into the cutout of the fan cage.
  • Page 146 System fan module Figure 75: Inserting the fan module Ê Carefully insert the fan module into the bay and press down firmly until it is fully seated in the bay. The fan mounts must engage in the supports (see circles). Figure 76: Connecting the fan cable to the fan modules Ê...
  • Page 147 System fan module Ê Arrange the fan connector and cables, so that the fan connector and cables are lower than the fan and the fan cage. Ê Arrange the fan cables, so that the fan cables are inside the fan cage. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 148: Concluding Steps

    System fan module Ê Arrange the fan cables, so that the tape area for cables does fit into the cutout of the fan cage. 8.3.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Closing the server enclosure" on page 51 Ê "Mounting the server enclosure in the rack" on page 61 Ê...
  • Page 149: Midplane Kit

    Midplane kit Safety notes CAUTION! Do not damage or modify internal cables or devices. Doing so may ● cause a device failure, fire, or electric shock. Devices and components inside the server remain hot after ● shutdown. After shutting down the server, wait for hot components to cool down before installing or removing internal options.
  • Page 150: Basic Information

    Midplane kit Basic information There are two midplane kit variants, depending on what type of nodes are installed in the enclosure. Midplane 1 kit This midplane kit is used for CX2550 M4, CX2560 M4 and CX2570 M4. Figure 77: Midplane 1 kit components Pos.
  • Page 151: Replacing The Midplane Kit

    Midplane kit Replacing the midplane kit Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 30 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: PH1 / (+) No. 1 screw driver Main steps: tool-less Note on system information The chassis interface board in the midplane kit contains the Chassis ID EPROM that contains system information like the server name, server model, housing type, serial number and manufacturing data.
  • Page 152: Removing The Midplane Kit

    Midplane kit 9.2.2 Removing the midplane kit Figure 78: Removing the midplane kit (A) Ê Unplug the front panel cables from the midplane (1). Ê Hang the cable ends on the housing edge to the outside. Ê Remove two screws (see circles). Figure 79: Removing the midplane kit (B) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 153: Installing The Midplane Kit

    Midplane kit Ê Hold the midplane kit by the metal bar (1) and at the recess at the bottom edge (2) and unplug the midplane from the connectors of the HDD/SSD bridge board. Ê Move the midplane kit about 5 cm to the front (3) and remove it in a vertical motion of the chassis.
  • Page 154 Midplane kit Figure 81: Installing the midplane kit (B) Ê Press down the midplane firmly until it is fully seated in the slots of the HDD/SSD bridge board. Figure 82: Installing the midplane kit (C) Ê Secure the midplane kit with two screws (see circles). Ê...
  • Page 155: Concluding Steps

    Midplane kit 9.2.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the fan modules cage" on page 107 Ê "Installing the fan module" on page 133 Ê "Closing the server enclosure" on page 51 Ê "Mounting the server enclosure in the rack" on page 61 Ê...
  • Page 156 Midplane kit Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 157: Front Panel

    Front panel Safety notes CAUTION! When inserting the front panel module into the server, ensure not to ● pinch or strain any connected cables. Circuit boards and soldered parts of internal options are exposed and ● can be damaged by static electricity. Always discharge static build-up (e.g.
  • Page 158: Basic Information

    Front panel 10.1 Basic information The CX400 M4 enclosure has two front panels which contain the operating panels for the server nodes installed, see section "Server enclosure front" on page 179 Each front panel is connected to the midplane by a cable. Figure 83: Front panel cable Connector to the front panel Connector to the midplane...
  • Page 159: Replacing The Left Front Panel

    Front panel 10.2 Replacing the left front panel Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less Main steps: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 10.2.1 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: "Shutting down the server node"...
  • Page 160: Removing The Front Panel

    Front panel 10.2.2 Removing the front panel Figure 84: Loosen the front panel Ê Loosen the front panel by removing two screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 161 Front panel Figure 85: Disconnecting the front panel Ê Unplug the front panel cable from the front panel (see oval). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 162: Installing The Front Panel

    Front panel 10.2.3 Installing the front panel Figure 86: Connecting the front panel Ê Connect the front panel cable to the front panel (see oval). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 163: Concluding Steps

    Front panel Figure 87: Securing the front panel Ê Secure the front panel with two screws (see circles). 10.2.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Mounting the server enclosure in the rack" on page 61 Ê "Connecting the power cord" on page 71 Ê...
  • Page 164: Replacing The Right Front Panel

    Front panel 10.3 Replacing the right front panel Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less Main steps: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 10.3.1 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: "Shutting down the server node"...
  • Page 165 Front panel Figure 89: Disconnecting the front panel Ê Unplug the front panel cable from the front panel (see oval). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 166: Installing The Front Panel

    Front panel 10.3.3 Installing the front panel Figure 90: Connecting the front panel Ê Connect the front panel cable to the front panel (see oval). Figure 91: Securing the front panel Ê Secure the front panel with two screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 167: Concluding Steps

    Front panel 10.3.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Mounting the server enclosure in the rack" on page 61 Ê "Connecting the power cord" on page 71 Ê "Switching on the server node(s)" on page 72 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 168: Replacing The Left Front Panel Cable

    Front panel 10.4 Replacing the left front panel cable Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 30 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less Main steps: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 10.4.1 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: "Shutting down the server node"...
  • Page 169: Removing The Front Panel Cable

    Front panel 10.4.2 Removing the front panel cable Figure 92: Disconnecting the left front panel cable from the midplane Ê Unplug the front panel cable from the midplane (see oval). Ê Remove the cable from the cable guide (see arrows). Ê...
  • Page 170: Installing The Front Panel Cable

    Front panel 10.4.3 Installing the front panel cable Figure 94: Installing the left front panel cable (A) Ê Carefully shift the front panel cable through the cable duct. Ê Install the left front panel as described in section "Installing the front panel" on page 162.
  • Page 171: Concluding Steps

    Front panel 10.4.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the fan modules cage" on page 107 Ê Ê Install all fan modules as described in section "Installing the fan module" on page 133. "Closing the server enclosure" on page 51 Ê...
  • Page 172: Replacing The Right Front Panel Cable

    Front panel 10.5 Replacing the right front panel cable Field Replaceable Unit Hardware: 30 minutes (FRU) Tools: Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less Main steps: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 10.5.1 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: Ê...
  • Page 173: Removing The Front Panel Cable

    Front panel 10.5.2 Removing the front panel cable Figure 96: Removing the right front panel cable out of the cable guide Ê Lift up the cable from the cable guide (see arrows). Ê Unplug the front panel cable from the midplane (see circle). Ê...
  • Page 174: Installing The Front Panel Cable

    Front panel 10.5.3 Installing the front panel cable Figure 98: Installing the right front panel cable (A) Ê Carefully shift the front panel cable through the cable duct. Ê Install the right front panel as described in section "Installing the front panel" on page 166.
  • Page 175: Concluding Steps

    Front panel 10.5.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the fan modules cage" on page 107 Ê Ê Install all fan modules as described in section "Installing the fan module" on page 133. "Closing the server enclosure" on page 51 Ê...
  • Page 176 Front panel Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 177: Cabling

    Cabling Safety notes CAUTION! Always hold cables by their connectors when disconnecting them. ● Never pull on the cable to disconnect cables. Ensure that none of the cables are scraped, strained or otherwise ● damaged while replacing system components. Immediately replace cables with damaged shielding. ●...
  • Page 178: Cabling

    Cabling 11.2 Cabling Figure 100: Cabling Front panel Midplane kit Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 179: Appendix

    Appendix 12.1 Mechanical overview 12.1.1 Server enclosure front Figure 101: CX2570 M4 configuration (e.g.) Pos. Component Operating panel for server node 1 Operating panel for server node 2 Operating panel for server node 3 Operating panel for server node 4 HDD bays for server node 1 HDD bays for server node 2 HDD bays for server node 3...
  • Page 180: Rear Overview With Cx2550 M4 / Cx2560 M4 Server Nodes

    Appendix 12.1.2 Rear overview with CX2550 M4 / CX2560 M4 server nodes Figure 102: PRIMERGY CX400 M4 server enclosure rear with CX2550 M4 or CX2560 M4 server nodes Pos. Component Installation bay 1 for CX2550 M4 / CX2560 M4 server nodes...
  • Page 181: Rear Overview With Cx2570 M4 Server Nodes

    Appendix 12.1.3 Rear overview with CX2570 M4 server nodes Figure 103: PRIMERGY CX400 M4 server enclosure rear with CX2570 M4 server nodes Pos. Component Installation bay 1 for CX2570 M4 server nodes Installation bay 3 for CX2570 M4 server nodes...
  • Page 182: Enclosure Interior

    Appendix 12.1.4 Enclosure interior Figure 104: PRIMERGY CX400 M4 interior Pos. Component 2x hot-plug PSUs (not visible) 2x CX2550 or CX2560 M4 or 1x CX2570 M4 server nodes (not visible) Midplane kit 8x fan modules HDD/SSD bridge board (under fan module cage)
  • Page 183: Controls And Indicators

    Appendix 12.2 Controls and indicators 12.2.1 Controls and indicators on the front of the server enclosure Figure 105: Controls and indicators on the front panel Pos. Component Related to: PSU CSS indicator server enclosure FAN CSS indicator server enclosure Global error indicator server enclosure AC connected indicator server enclosure...
  • Page 184 Appendix Each server node has a separate operation area marked with the corresponding number. In the table above, server node 1 is used as an example Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 185: Indicators On The Front Panel (Enclosure-Related)

    Appendix 12.2.1.1 Indicators on the front panel (enclosure-related) PSU CSS indicator (orange) – Lights up orange if a hot-plug PSU prefailure event has been detected that requires (precautionary) service intervention. – Flashes orange if a hot-plug PSU error was detected that requires service intervention.
  • Page 186 Appendix AC-connected indicator Lights up green if the server enclosure is connected to the mains. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 187: Indicators On The Front Panel (Node-Related)

    Appendix 12.2.1.2 Indicators on the front panel (node-related) Power-on indicator (green) Does not light up when the server node is switched OFF. Lights up green when the server node is in power-on delay and while the system is in normal operation (S0). Flashes slowly (1/2 Hz) green when the iRMC S5 is initialized and is getting ready.
  • Page 188 Appendix CSS indicator (orange) – Lights up orange if a prefailure event was detected for a CSS component that you can fix yourself (for reasons of precaution) with the CSS concept. – Flashes orange if an error was detected that you can fix yourself with the CSS concept.
  • Page 189: Id Card

    Appendix 12.2.1.3 ID card Figure 106: ID card You can pull out the ID card (1) as far as it will go and push it back again. CAUTION! If it is difficult to pull out the ID card, pull out the ID card, follow the instructions below.
  • Page 190 Appendix The ID card contains various system information, such as the product name, serial number, order number, MAC addresses and DNS name (in the Japanese market, only the product name and the serial number). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX400 M4...
  • Page 191: Indicators On The Hdds

    Appendix 12.2.1.4 Indicators on the HDDs Figure 107: Indicators on the 2.5 inch HDD modules HDD/SSD FAULT indicator (orange) (in conjunction with a RAID controller) – Does not light: no HDD error – Lights up: HDD Faulty or Rebuild Stopped (drive defective/needs replacing, a rebuild process was stopped or the HDD module is not correctly inserted) –...
  • Page 192: Indicator On Hot-Plug Psu

    Appendix 12.2.2 Indicator on hot-plug PSU Figure 108: Indicator on hot-plug PSU Indicator on hot-plug PSU (two colors) – Flashes green when the all server nodes is switched off, but AC voltage is present (standby mode). – Lights up green when the one or more server nodes is switched on and functioning properly.
  • Page 193: Fan Indicators

    Appendix 12.2.3 Fan indicators Figure 109: Fan indicators Indicators on hot-plug fan modules Lights up orange if the corresponding fan module has failed. Does not light up when the corresponding fan module is OK. 12.2.4 Indicators of the server nodes For the description of the indicators of the server nodes, refer to the operating manuals or upgrade and maintenance manuals of the relevant server nodes.
  • Page 194: Minimum Startup Configuration

    Appendix 12.3 Minimum startup configuration Field Replaceable Units (FRU) If the server does not start up or other problems occur, it may be necessary to take the system down to its most basic configuration in order to isolate the defective component. The minimum startup configuration consists of the following components and cables: Component...