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PRIMERGY
PRIMERGY TX150 S4
Server System
Options Guide
Däschlein
Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH München
81730 München
e-mail: email: manuals@fujitsu-siemens.com
Tel.: (089) 61001155
Fax: 0 700 / 372 00000
U41629-J-Z156-2-76
Sprachen: En
Edition February 2006

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  • Page 1 PRIMERGY PRIMERGY TX150 S4 Server System Options Guide Däschlein Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH München 81730 München e-mail: email: manuals@fujitsu-siemens.com Tel.: (089) 61001155 Fax: 0 700 / 372 00000 U41629-J-Z156-2-76 Sprachen: En Edition February 2006...
  • Page 2 Gesellschaft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH www.cognitas.de Copyright and Trademarks Copyright © 2006 Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH. All rights reserved. Delivery subject to availability; right of technical modifications reserved. All hardware and software names used are trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......5 Overview of the documentation ....5 Extensions and conversions .
  • Page 4 Contents Completion ......12.1 Floorstand model ......12.1.1 Attaching the hard disk cover .
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction The PRIMERGY TX150 S4 Server is an Intel-based server for medium-sized networks and large companies. The server is suitable for use as a file server as well as an application, information, or Internet server. It is available as a floor- stand or rack model.
  • Page 6 You can order a supplementary ServerBooks CD by sending an e- mail to the following address, quoting your server data: Reklamat-PC-LOG@fujitsu-siemens.com – “MegaRAID 320 Storage Adapters” (PDF file available on the ServerBooks – “MegaRAID 320-0X Zero-channel PCI-X RAID Storage Adapter” (PDF file available on the ServerBooks CD) –...
  • Page 7: Extensions And Conversions

    Introduction Extensions and conversions Further sources of information: – Technical Manual on the relevant rack – Manual on the monitor – Manual on ServerView Server Management – Manual on the RemoteView Remote Test and Diagnostics System – Documentation on boards and drives –...
  • Page 8 Extensions and conversions Introduction The hard disks extension box enables up to three additional HDD modules to be integrated. Each HDD module can accommodate a SCSI hard disk drive with an SCA (Single Connector Attachment) interface and a height of at most 1 inch. The connection to the SCSI backplane is made without cables via the SCA interface.
  • Page 9: Notational Conventions

    Introduction Notational conventions Conversion standard power supply to hot-plug power supply The standard power supply can be replaced by a hot-plug power supply. The hot-plug power supply consists of two power supply modules. If one power supply module fails, the other power supply module guarantees the unrestricted operation and the defective power supply module can be replaced be replaced while the system is operating (hot-plug).
  • Page 11: Procedure

    Procedure CAUTION! The actions described in these instructions should only be performed by technical specialists. Equipment repairs should only be performed by authorized, qualified staff. Any unauthorized opening and improper repairs could expose the user to risks (electric shock, energy hazards, fire hazards) and could also damage the equipment.
  • Page 13: Safety Notes

    Safety notes The following safety notes are also provided in the “Safety” manual. This device complies with the relevant safety regulations for data processing equipment. If you have any questions about where you can set up the device, contact your sales outlet or our customer service team.
  • Page 14 Safety notes Installation and operation CAUTION! If the rack model is integrated in an installation that receives power from an industrial (public) power supply network with the IEC309 connector, the (public) power supply protection must comply with the requirements for the non-industrial (public) power supply networks for the type A connector.
  • Page 15 Safety notes CAUTION! Never connect or disconnect data transmission lines during a storm (lightning hazard). Make sure that no objects (such as bracelets or paper clips) fall into or liquids spill into the device (risk of electric shock or short circuit). In emergencies (e.g.
  • Page 16 Safety notes Batteries CAUTION! Incorrect replacement of batteries may lead to a risk of explosion. The battery may only be replaced with an identical battery or with a type recommended by the manufacturer (see the technical manual for the system board under “Related Publications” on page 91). Replace the lithium battery on the system board in accordance with the instructions in the technical manual for the system board (see “Related Publications”...
  • Page 17 Safety notes Note about the laser The CD-/DVD-ROM drive is classified for laser class 1according to IEC 60825-1. CAUTION! The CD-/DVD-ROM drive contains a laser diode (LED). Sometimes the LED produces a stronger laser beam than laser class 1. Direct view into this laser beam is dangerous.
  • Page 18 Safety notes Place all components on a static-safe base. You will find a detailed description for handling ESD components in the relevant European or international standards (DIN EN 61340-5-1, ANSI/ESD S20.20). Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 19: Preparation

    Preparation CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq. Floorstand model 4.1.1 Opening the server Ê Terminate all applications and shut down the server correctly. Ê If your operating system has not switched off the sever, press the on/off switch.
  • Page 20: Removing The Front Cover

    Floorstand model Preparation 4.1.2 Removing the front cover Remove the front cover when making the following extensions and upgrades: – Installing further accessible drives – Upgrading the floorstand model to a rack model Ê Remove the hard disk cover as shown in figure 5 on page Figure 3: Removing the front cover Ê...
  • Page 21: Removing The Hard Disk Cover

    Preparation Floorstand model 4.1.3 Removing the hard disk cover The hard disk cover has to be removed before installing further hard disk drives: Ê Terminate all applications and shut down the server correctly. Ê If your operating system has not switched off the sever, press the on/off switch.
  • Page 22: Rack Model

    Rack model Preparation Rack model Ê Terminate all applications and shut down the server correctly. Ê If your operating system has not switched off the server, press the on/off button. Ê Pull all power connectors out of the power outlets. 4.2.1 Opening the server Figure 6: Loosening the knurled screws...
  • Page 23 Preparation Rack model Figure 7: Removing the server from the rack cabinet Ê Disconnect all cables on the rear of the server. Ê On the telescopic rails remove one screw on either side of the server (1). Ê and carefully pull the Release the locking mechanism (2a + 2b) of both rails server out of the rack (3) as far as it will go.
  • Page 24 Rack model Preparation Figure 8: Loosening the screws Ê Unlock the top cover by removing the two screws on the server rear (1). Ê Push the top cover approxiately 2 cm to the rear (2). Ê Remove the top cover (3). Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 25: Removing The Rack Front Cover

    Preparation Rack model 4.2.2 Removing the rack front cover The rack front cover has to be removed before installing further accessible drives: Figure 9: Removing the rack front cover Ê Remove two screws on either side (1). Ê Remove the rack front cover to the front (2). Figure 10: Removing the plastic front cover Ê...
  • Page 27: Main Memory

    Main memory CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq.. The system board supports up to 8Gbytes of main memory. Four slots (2 slots form a memory bank) are provided for the main memory. Each memory bank can be equipped with 512 Mbyte, 1 Gbyte or 2 Gbyte unbuffered DDR 2 memory modules.
  • Page 28: Extending/Replacing The Main Memory

    Extending/replacing the main memory Main memory The table below shows the order in which the memory banks must be equipped: DIMM 1A DIMM 2A DIMM 1B DIMM 2B single channel equipped empty empty empty empty equipped empty empty empty empty equipped empty empty...
  • Page 29 Main memory Extending/replacing the main memory Figure 13: Inserting a memory module Ê Flip outwards the ejector tabs on each side of the desired slot (1). Ê Carefully press the memory module into the DIMM slot until the ejector tabs engage on both sides of the memory module (2).
  • Page 31: Accessible Drives

    Accessible drives CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq.. Three 5.25-inch bays and one 3.5-inch bay are available for accessible drives. The top side bay is already equipped with a CD/DVD-ROM drive. The two lower bays can also be used to install a hard disks extension box.
  • Page 32 Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive Accessible drives Ê Detach the EasyClick rails from the dummy cover by removing the four screws on each side. Note that there are two M3 screws and two UNC screws on each side. CAUTION! Keep the dummy cover for future use. If you remove the accessible drive again and do not replace it with a new one, the dummy cover must be reinstalled to comply with EMC regulations and to satisfy cooling require- ments and fire protection measures.
  • Page 33 Accessible drives Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive Ê Attach the front cover or rack front cover, close the server, connect it to the power outlet, and switch it on as described in the chapter “Completion” on page 67 et seqq.. You will find in the following figures which holes and screws should be used for the magnetic tape dives.
  • Page 34: Installing The Hard Disks Extension Box

    Installing the hard disks extension box Accessible drives Installing the hard disks extension box In the SCSI version the two lower 5.25 inch bays for accessible drives can be used to install a HDD extension box. But it is required that the server is equipped with a 1- or 2-channel RAID controller.
  • Page 35 Accessible drives Installing the hard disks extension box Figure 18: Attaching the EasyClick rails Ê Screw the EasyClick rails onto either side of the hard disks extension box using four M3 screws for each rail. Use the holes marked above for this purpose.
  • Page 36: Installing A 3.5-Inch Floppy Disk Drive

    Installing a 3.5-inch floppy disk drive Accessible drives Installing a 3.5-inch floppy disk drive Zwischen dem Festplattenkäfig und den 5,25-Zoll-Einbauplätzen befindet sich ein 3,5-Zoll-Einbauplatz für das optionale Diskettenlaufwerk. Ê Open the server and remove the front cover or rack front cover as described in the chapter “Preparation”...
  • Page 37 Accessible drives Installing a 3.5-inch floppy disk drive Figure 20: Installing the floppy disk drive in the drive holder Ê Position the new floppy disk drive in the drive holder (1) and fasten it with two screws on each side (2). Figure 21: Mounting the floppy disk drive holder Ê...
  • Page 39: Controllers In The Pci Slots

    Controllers in the PCI slots CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq.. The system board offers seven PCI slots: 2 x PCI-X 1.1 (64 Bit, 66/100 MHz), 3 x PCI (32 Bit, 33 MHz), 1 x PCI-Express x1 and 1 x PCI-Express x4. The PCI slot 2 is prepared for Zero Channel RAID (ZCR).
  • Page 40: Installing A Controller

    Installing a controller Controllers in the PCI slots Installing a controller Ê Open the server as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19 seqq.. Figure 23: Removing the rear cover Ê Swing the locking swivel in the direction of the arrow (1). Ê...
  • Page 41 Controllers in the PCI slots Installing a controller Figure 24: Installing a controller Ê Install the controller in the PCI slot and press it carefully into the associated plug-in location on the system board (1) until it engages properly. Ê Place the clip on the slot cover in such a way that the pin (a) fits into the hole of the slot cover (2), and press the clip in the direction of the arrow (3) until it engages.
  • Page 42: Pci Slot Assembly

    PCI slot assembly Controllers in the PCI slots PCI slot assembly Install first those controllers which request a defined slot. Then install the PCI- X controllers, then the PCI66 and at least the PCI33 controllers. PCI bus Quan- Preferred Forbidden type tity slot...
  • Page 43: Remoteview Components

    RemoteView components CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq.. RemoteView Service Board S2 LP How to configure the RSB S2 LP is described in detail in the User Guide “RemoteView”. The preferred mounting location for the RSB S2 is PCI slot 1. The RSB S2 LP is connected to the system board via a power and a data cable.
  • Page 44 RemoteView Service Board S2 LP RemoteView components Ê Open the server as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19 seqq.. Figure 25: Connecting cables to the RSB S2 LP Ê Connect the power cable (1) and the data cable (2) to the RSB S2 LP. Ê...
  • Page 45 RemoteView components RemoteView Service Board S2 LP Adapter RSB S2 LP Externe Stromversorgung External Power Supply Figure 27: Connecting external cables connect to USB port of the server connect to LAN port of the network connect to VGA port of the server connect to VGA port of the monitor Ê...
  • Page 47: External Scsi Interface

    External SCSI interface CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq.. If the internal hard disks are connected via a PCI RAID controller, one channel of the on-board controller can also be made available for connecting a periphe- ral cabinet SX10 via an external SCSI interface.
  • Page 49: Conversion Standard Ps To Hot-Plug Ps

    Conversion standard PS to hot- plug PS CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq.. The standard power supply can be replaced by a hot-plug power supply. The hot-plug power supply consists of up to two power supply modules. The upgrade kit contains only one power supply module (for power supply redundancy the second power supply module must be additionally ordered).
  • Page 50 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 29: Loosening the screws Ê Remove the five screws (1) which attach the adapter plate of the standard power supply to the housing. Figure 30: Taking out the standard power supply Ê Slide the standard power supply somewhat toward the inside (1) to detach it from the brackets in the side cover and take it out toward the side (2).
  • Page 51 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 31: Installing the Power backplane in the PS cage Ê Insert the Power backplane in the PS cage. Ê Push the Power backplane in direction of the arrows until the three bolts of the PS cage engage.
  • Page 52 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 32: Installing the PS cage Ê Push the PS cage from inside into the bay. In the floorstand model the Power backplane is positioned under the top cover, and in the rack model at the right-hand side cover (seen from front side).
  • Page 53 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 33: Fastening the PS cage in the housing Ê Fasten the PS cage in the housing with one screw M3x4.5 mm (see the circle). Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 54 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 34: Fastening the PS cage at the rear side Ê Fix the locking rail with four screws (see the arrows) on the rear side of the server.. Ê Fasten the PS cage with three screws M3x4.5 mm (see the circles) at the rear side.
  • Page 55 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 35: Inserting the power supply module Ê Push the power supply module in the left side (floorstand model) or bottom side (rack model) bay. Ê Lift the green handle somewhat upwards so that the forked levers (see the arrows) can fit to the locking rail.
  • Page 56 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 36: Locking the power supply module Ê Push the green handle downward until the locking slide (see the arrow) engages. Ê Plug the power cord to the connector of the power supply module. Ê...
  • Page 57 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 37: Installing the dummy cover Ê If you have not ordered a second power supply module, install the dummy cover in the second bay: Hook the top side of the dummy cover into the chassis, after this swivel the dummy cover down and fasten it with one screw (see the arrow) to the housing.
  • Page 58 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Mounting the anti-tilt bracket (only floorstand model) Ê Attach the left-hand side cover as described in section “Closing the server” on page Figure 38: Mounting the anti-tilt bracket Ê Position the server on the anti-tilt bracket in the way that the rubber feet of the server fit into the openings of the bracket (1).
  • Page 59 This diskette contains the newest BIOS version, the BMC firmware and the SDR data. You will find the description of the indicators of the power supply module in the Operating Manual for the PRIMERGY TX150 S4. Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 61: Converting From The Floorstand Model To The Rack Model

    Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq.. Ê Open the server and remove the front cover as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19ff.
  • Page 62 Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model The right-hand side cover and the top cover build one part. Figure 41: Removing the screws Ê Remove the two screws at the rear side. Figure 42: Removing the right-hand side cover Ê...
  • Page 63 Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model Ê Lay the server on its right-hand side. CAUTION! Get a second person to help you do this. The server can weigh up to 40 Figure 43: Removing the rubber feet Ê...
  • Page 64 Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model The drive cage for the accessible drives is constructed in such a way that the accessible drives and the operating panel module can be taken out simply, tur- ned through 90° to the left, and then be reinstalled. Ê...
  • Page 65 Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model Ê Attach the rack front cover, close the server, connect it to the power outlet, and switch it on as described in the chapter “Completion” on page 67ff. To enable the rack model to be presented correctly in ServerView, proceed as follows: Ê...
  • Page 67: Completion

    Completion CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13 et seqq.. 12.1 Floorstand model 12.1.1 Attaching the hard disk cover After you have installed further hard disk drives, reattach the hard disk cover. Figure 45: Attaching the hard disk cover Ê...
  • Page 68: Attaching The

    Floorstand model Completion 12.1.2 Attaching the front cover After you have installed further accessible drives, reattach the front cover. Figure 46: Attaching the front cover Ê Press the two hooks (1) on the right side in the recesses of the housing. Ê...
  • Page 69: Closing The Server

    Completion Floorstand model 12.1.3 Closing the server Figure 47: Attaching the left-hand side cover Ê Position the left-hand side cover in such a way that it protrudes approxiate 2 cm at the rear (1). Shut the left-hand side cover. Ê Push the left-hand side cover all the way forward (2). Figure 48: Fastening the left-hand side cover Ê...
  • Page 70: Rack Model

    Rack model Completion 12.2 Rack model 12.2.1 Attaching the rack front cover Reattach the rack front cover after implementing the following extensions: – Installation of further accessible drives – Conversion of the floorstand model to a rack model Figure 49: Attaching the plastic front cover Ê...
  • Page 71 Completion Rack model Figure 50: Attaching the rack front cover Ê Attach the rack front cover from the front (1). Ê Attach the rack front cover using two screws on each side (2). Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 72: Closing The Server

    Rack model Completion 12.2.2 Closing the server Figure 51: Attaching the top cover Ê Position the top cover in such a way that it protrudes approxiate 2 cm at the rear (1). Ê Push the top cover all the way forward (2). Ê...
  • Page 73 Completion Rack model If you have not removed the server from the rack cabinet, please skip this page. CAUTION! At least two people are required to install the server in the rack cabinet. Do not use the handles on the rack front cover to lift the server into the rack.
  • Page 74 Rack model Completion The following steps can then be carried out by one person only. Ê Release the locking mechanism of both rails (4a + 4b) and insert the server completely into the rack (5). Figure 53: Fastening the server in the rack cabinet Ê...
  • Page 75: Appendix

    Appendix 13.1 Cabling The Pn numbers of the power cables are identical for the standard and the redundant power supply. You will not find a special drawing for the power supply cabling. The following cables have been changed by updates: old cable new cable T26139-Y3904-V1...
  • Page 76 Cabling Appendix Figure 54: Cabling 1-channel SCSI version with onboard SCSI controller Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 77 Appendix Cabling Figure 55: Cabling 1-channel SCSI version with additional SCSI RAID controller Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 78 Cabling Appendix Figure 56: Cabling with additional SCSI controller for backup devices Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 79 Appendix Cabling Figure 57: Cabling hard disk extension box Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 80: Sata Version

    Cabling Appendix 13.1.2 SATA version SATA version with onboard SATA controller In the basic version the four internal hard disk drives are connected to the onboard SATA controller via a special SATA cable. If a tape drive will be installed it is necessary to install a SCSI controller in a PCI slot and to connect the SCSI controller with the tape drive.
  • Page 81 Appendix Cabling Figure 58: Cabling SATA version with onboard SATA controller Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 82 Cabling Appendix Figure 59: Cabling SATA version with additional SATA RAID controller Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 83: Abbreviations

    Abbreviations Alternating Current ANSI American National Standard Institut ASR&R Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart BIOS Basic Input-Output System Baseboard Management Controller Cache Coherency Compact Disk CD-ROM Compact Disk-Read Only Memory Cylinder Head Sector CMOS Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor Communication Central Processing Unit Direct Current DIMM Dual Inline Memory Module...
  • Page 84 Abbreviations Dual Inline Package Direct Memory Access Desktop Management Interface Errror Checking and Correcting Extended Capabilities Port EEPROM Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory ElectroMagnetic Compatibility) Emergency Management Port Enhanced Parallel Port ElectroStatic Discharge Front Panel Controller Field Replaceable Unit Front Side Bus Global Array Manager Graphical User Interface Options Guide...
  • Page 85 Abbreviations Hard Disk Drive Hot-Swap Controller I²C Inter-Integrated Circuit Input/Output Intelligent Chassis Management Identification Intergrated Drive Electronics IOOP Intetelligent Organization of PCI Interrupt Request Line Local Area Network Logical Block Address Liquid Crystal Display Logical Unit Number Low-Voltage Differential SCSI Multi Mode Faser Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 86 Abbreviations Manually Retention Latch Non Maskable Interrupt NVRAM Non Volatile Random Access Memory Operating System Peripheral Component Interconnect Prefailure Detection and Analysing POST Power ON Self Test RAID Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks Random Access Memory Read-Only Memory Remote Service Board Real Time Clock RTDS Remote Test- und Diagnose-System...
  • Page 87 Abbreviations Single Connector Attachment SCSI Small Computer System Interface SDDC Single Device Data Correction Sensor Data Record SDRAM Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory System Event Log System Management Interrupt System Setup Utility SVGA Super Video Graphics Adapter Universal Serial Bus Video Graphics Adapter Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 89: Related Publications

    System Board D2239 for TX150 S4 Technical Manual BIOS-Setup V4.06 / FirstBIOS Desktop Pro 5.0 Reference Manual PRIMERGY TX150 S4 Server System Operating Manual Quick Start Hardware - PRIMERGY TX150 S4 Poster Quick Start Software - PRIMERGY TX150 S4 Poster PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerStart...
  • Page 90 19-Zoll-Rack Technical Manual [20] PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView S2 Server Management User Guide [21] PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Server Management User Guide [22] PRIMERGY ServerView Suite RemoteView User Guide [23] Configurator For partners and distributors only: http://extranet.fujitsu-siemens.com/cafe/products/primergy Options Guide U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 91: Index

    Index accessible drives 7, notational conventions note about the laser controller 8, conversion of floorstand module to processor rack model conversion standard power supply to rack front cover 25, hot-plug power supply RemoteView Service Board S2 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug LP 8, target group ESD (devices sensitive to electrostatic...
  • Page 93 Comments Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH User Documentation Suggestions 81730 München Germany Corrections Fax: 0 700 / 372 00000 email: manuals@fujitsu-siemens.com http://manuals.fujitsu-siemens.com Submitted by Comments on PRIMERGY TX150 S4 Server System U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 95 Comments Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH User Documentation Suggestions 81730 München Germany Corrections Fax: 0 700 / 372 00000 email: manuals@fujitsu-siemens.com http://manuals.fujitsu-siemens.com Submitted by Comments on PRIMERGY TX150 S4 Server System U41629-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 97 Information on this document On April 1, 2009, Fujitsu became the sole owner of Fujitsu Siemens Compu- ters. This new subsidiary of Fujitsu has been renamed Fujitsu Technology So- lutions. This document from the document archive refers to a product version which was released a considerable time ago or which is no longer marketed.