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HP Vizualize,Visualize b2000 Supplementary Manual

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B2000 UNIX
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Manufacturing Part Number: HP Part No. A5983-90039
Printed in USA January 2000
Edition E0100

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  • Page 1: Service Handbook

    Service Handbook ® HP V B2000 UNIX Workstation ISUALIZE Manufacturing Part Number: HP Part No. A5983-90039 Printed in USA January 2000 Edition E0100...

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    3. HP does not warrant that the operation of HP products will be uninterrupted or error free. If HP is unable, within a reasonable time, to repair or replace any product to a condition as warranted, the customer will be entitled to a refund of the purchase price upon prompt return of the product.

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    SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 8. HP will be liable for damage to tangible property per incident up to the greater of $300,000 or the actual amount paid for the product that is the subject of the claim, and...

  • Page 4: Printing History

    The printing date changes when a new edition is printed. (Minor corrections and updates which are incorporated at reprint do not cause the date to change.) HP Part Number Printing Date Edition...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    USB HP Keyboard ........

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents I/O Cards ..........39 Monitor-Type Selection .

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    Contents I/O Cards..........110 Battery .

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Displaying and Setting Fastboot Mode ......160 Displaying the LAN Station Address ......161 Displaying System Information.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    C. Related Documentation HP CE Training CD-ROM ........180 Service Manuals .

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    Contents...

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    Figure 3-3. Bootable Device Troubleshooting Flowchart ......45 Figure 3-4. HP-UX Troubleshooting Flowchart ....... . . 46 Figure 3-5.

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    Figures Figure 4-24. Replacing the Floppy Disk Drive Bay’s Rear Cover ....103 Figure 4-25. Location of the Hard Disk Drives........105 Figure 4-26.

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    Tables Table 1-1. Key Features of the B2000 Workstation ....... 16 Table 1-2.

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    Tables...

  • Page 15: Product Information

    Product Information This chapter provides general product information about the HP V B2000 ISUALIZE workstation. This information is provided to help familiarize you with the main features and components of this workstation.

  • Page 16: Chapter Overview, Product Description

    • Memory Product Description The HP V B2000 is an entry-level HP-UX workstation with a 400 MHz PA-RISC ISUALIZE processor in a mid-tower case. It supports 4 memory slots, 4 PCI (Peripheral Connect Interface) I/O slots, and entry-level and mid-level HP V graphics.

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    -fxe graphics chip on the system board ISUALIZE • HP V -fxe graphics card (optional) ISUALIZE Keyboard USB (Universal Serial Bus) HP keyboard Mouse USB (Universal Serial Bus) HP three-button mouse (standard), or USB HP scroll-wheel mouse (optional) Chapter 1...

  • Page 18: Front Panel Components, System Lcd

    Product Information Front Panel Components Front Panel Components Figure 1-1 shows the components that are located on the front panel of the B2000 workstation. The following subsections describe the system LCD, power switch, and the internal storage devices (including the standard CD drive and optional floppy disk drive) that are located on the front panel.

  • Page 19: Power Switch, Internal Storage Devices

    -q command. This prevents any damage to programs and data on the system disk. Pressing the power switch on again automatically boots up the HP-UX operating system, if the system has been configured to auto boot. For information on setting auto boot, refer to the section “Setting the Auto Boot and Auto Search Flags”...

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    NOTE The audio features of the CD drive are supported through applications only. One such application is xmcd. The xmcd utility is not a part of HP-UX; it can be downloaded from the web at this URL: http://metalab.unc.edu/tkan/xmcd...

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    Product Information Front Panel Components Floppy Disk Drive (Optional) The optional floppy disk drive is a 3.5-inch form factor device with a PC/AT interface. It connects to the workstation via a 34-pin PC/AT ribbon cable and a 4-pin power cable. The floppy disk drive has up to 1.44 MB capacity depending on the media and format used.

  • Page 22: Rear Panel Components

    Product Information Rear Panel Components Rear Panel Components This section describes the following components that are located on the rear panel of the B2000 workstation: • I/O slots • Monitor connector • Serial (RS-232) connectors • USB (Universal Serial Bus) connectors •...

  • Page 23: I/o Slots, Monitor Connector, Serial Connectors

    The SIO ports are programmable, allowing functions such as bit rate, character length, parity, and stop bits to be set. You can set these by using the HP-UX System Administration Manager (SAM) utility, or by selecting a system special device file with the functions already programmed.

  • Page 24: Usb Connectors, Lan Connector, Parallel Connector

    The USB connectors located on the rear panel of the workstation provide interfaces for the keyboard and mouse to the system. These USB connectors support only the HP keyboard, HP mouse, USB hub, or other HP-recommended USB devices. The keyboard and mouse may be plugged into either USB connector on the rear of the workstation or plugged into the USB hub.

  • Page 25: Audio Connectors, Toc Button

    Product Information Rear Panel Components Audio Connectors The B2000 workstation has audio-input and -output capabilities through external input and output connectors on the rear panel and through an internal speaker. The sound is 16-bit, 44 kHz (CD-quality). As shown in Figure 1-6, the workstation’s rear panel contains four audio connectors: Line In, Line Out, Microphone In, and Headphones Out.

  • Page 26: Security Loop

    Product Information Rear Panel Components Security Loop There is also a security loop on the rear panel of the B2000 workstation. The security loop allows you to lock the workstation’s left side panel, thus securing the internal components of the workstation. Figure 1-7 provides a view of the security loop. Figure 1-7.

  • Page 27: Power Cord Connector, Monitors

    • 1600×1200 color, 75Hz, VESA • 1280×1024 color, 75 Hz, VESA The workstation must have either an HP-supported monitor running at 75 Hz with a 1280×1024 resolution, or a full multi-mode color monitor. Monitors with EVC, D-Sub, or 5 BNC connectors (RGB, vertical sync, horizontal sync) will function.

  • Page 28: Keyboard And Mouse, Usb Hp Keyboard, Usb Hp Mouse

    ISUALIZE three-button mouse is standard, whereas the USB HP scroll-wheel mouse is optional. For general information on the various cursor shapes associated with different areas of HP CDE while using a mouse, see the Using Your HP Workstation manual. Chapter 1...

  • Page 29: Operating System Overview

    Managing Systems and Workgroups manual to configure the kernel. If you have any questions about Instant Ignition, refer to the Using Your HP Workstation manual. Note that you can find both of the manuals mentioned in the previous paragraph on HP’s documentation website at the following URL: http://www.docs.hp.com/...

  • Page 30: Memory, Memory Failures

    LCD. If an error does occur, refer to Chapter 3, “Troubleshooting.” Memory Failures The HP V B2000 system (with HP-UX 10.20 and later) uses Memory Page ISUALIZE Deallocation, a feature that allows the system to provide information to the operating system about memory failures.

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    Configuration This chapter provides details about setting up and changing the workstation and system hardware configuration for the HP V B2000 workstation. ISUALIZE...

  • Page 32: Workstation Configurations, Chapter Overview, System Hardware Configurations, Internal Storage Devices

    — Memory — I/O Cards — Monitor-Type Selection Workstation Configurations Refer to the HP Workstations website for a complete list of supported accessories, peripherals, and operating system versions for the HP V B2000 workstation. The ISUALIZE URL for the website is: http://hp.unixworkstations.com...

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    Configuration System Hardware Configurations Configuring a Hard Disk Drive as a File System This section describes how to use SAM to add a hard disk drive to the workstation as a file system and how to remove the hard disk drive from the workstation. For more information about configuring a hard disk drive, refer to the Managing Systems and Workgroups manual.

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    Configuration System Hardware Configurations 4. Double-click on the Sam icon in the Application Manager -- System_Admin window. If you are root, the System Application Manager (SAM) will appear on the screen. 5. Double-click on the Disks and File Systems icon. 6.

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    Configuration System Hardware Configurations Removing a Hard Disk Drive as a File System To remove a hard disk drive as a file system using SAM, do the following: 1. Log in as root. 2. Move the mouse pointer to the Application Manager control for tools and click the left mouse button.

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    Configuration System Hardware Configurations 6. Double-click on the Disk Devices icon. The following screen message is displayed: Scanning the system’s hardware... The Disk and File Systems window opens containing a list of devices installed in this workstation. From the list of devices, choose the hard disk drive you would like to remove (unmount) by highlighting that device.

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    Configuration System Hardware Configurations CD Drive Configuration The CD drive connects to the ATAPI (IDE) interface in the CD drive bay backplane within the B2000 workstation via a 40-pin ribbon cable, a 4-pin audio cable, and a 4-pin power cable. No interface addressing is required for the CD drive. However, as shown in Figure 2-1, the CD drive should have a jumper set on the CSEL (Cable Select) selection pins.

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    Configuration System Hardware Configurations Memory The B2000 workstation has 4 memory slots, labeled SL0 through SL3. Memory can be configured from 256 MB to 2 GB for the B2000 workstation. Memory does not have to be configured in pairs for the B2000, but must be loaded in the order shown in Figure 2-2. Notice the alternating load pattern by location on the system board.

  • Page 39: I/o Cards

    32-bits, 5V, 33MHz To remove and replace or install I/O cards, see the section titled “I/O Cards” on page 110. NOTE If you are installing an additional HP V -fxe graphics card, after you ISUALIZE connect the monitor to the additional graphics card, you must change the graphics path for that monitor.

  • Page 40: Monitor-type Selection

    • 1600×1200 color, 75Hz, VESA • 1280×1024 color, 75 Hz, VESA The workstation must have either an HP-supported monitor running at 75 Hz with a 1280×1024 resolution, or a full multi-mode color monitor. Monitors with EVC, D-Sub, or 5 BNC connectors (RGB, vertical sync, horizontal sync) will function.

  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter provides information about isolating a failing component, known as a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU), in the HP V B2000 workstation. ISUALIZE...

  • Page 42: Flowcharts For Troubleshooting, Chapter Overview

    Mesa (Support Tools Manager) online tests, which we describe in this chapter. As a super-user who is troubleshooting an HP-UX system, you should be able to shutdown and reboot a system, start and stop processes, and examine error logs. You should also be...

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    Troubleshooting Flowcharts for Troubleshooting Figure 3-1. Main (Power on LCD) Troubleshooting Flowchart Chapter 3...

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    Troubleshooting Flowcharts for Troubleshooting Figure 3-2. Console Troubleshooting Flowchart Chapter 3...

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    Troubleshooting Flowcharts for Troubleshooting Figure 3-3. Bootable Device Troubleshooting Flowchart Chapter 3...

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    Troubleshooting Flowcharts for Troubleshooting Figure 3-4. HP-UX Troubleshooting Flowchart Chapter 3...

  • Page 47: Identifying Lcd-indicated Conditions

    Troubleshooting Identifying LCD-Indicated Conditions Identifying LCD-Indicated Conditions The B2000 workstation uses an LCD panel to display firmware/OS progress codes. The codes, referred to as chassis codes, consist of one of the mnemonics listed below, followed by a 4-digit hexadecimal number identifying the code module being executed. The mnemonics and their meanings are: A hardware error has been detected Hardware being tested...

  • Page 48: Fan Faults And Warnings

    Troubleshooting Fan Faults and Warnings Fan Faults and Warnings This section provides the fault (FLT) and warning (WRN) messages you will see in the LCD if there is a problem with a fan in the B2000 workstation. A chassis code which indicates that a fan has failed (FLT D01n) or is running too slowly (WRN D02n) within a B2000 workstation specifies the fan number, n.

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    Troubleshooting Fan Faults and Warnings Figure 3-5. Fan Locations I/O Fan (2) System Fan (4) Processor Fan (5) In the case of a fan problem, you will need to replace: • The fan itself, if it is either an I/O fan (2) or a system fan (4). •...

  • Page 50: Dealing With A Boot Failure

    ISL> ISL is the program that actually controls the loading of the operating system. By interacting with ISL, you can choose to load an alternate version of the HP-UX operating system. For example, if the usual kernel (/stand/vmunix for HP-UX 10.20) on the root disk (scsi.6.0) has become corrupted, boot the workstation from the backup kernel...

  • Page 51: Searching For Bootable Media, Stable Storage

    Troubleshooting Dealing with a Boot Failure Searching for Bootable Media To list all devices that may contain bootable media, go to the Main Menu of the Boot Console Interface and then type the following at the prompt: Main Menu: Enter a command or a menu > search ipl The search may turn up more devices than there are lines on the display.

  • Page 52: Boot Command Notations, Supported Boot Paths, Isl Environment

    • Run off-line diagnostic programs and utilities. • Provide automatic booting of the HP-UX operating system after power-on or reset. The ISL program provides a stand-alone environment for loading off-line diagnostic and utility programs from the LIF directory. The ISL program also provides user commands to configure the boot parameters into Stable Storage.

  • Page 53: Selftest Failures

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Selftest Failures Chassis codes are the key to debugging selftest errors. If a failure is found during selftest, chassis codes are displayed in the LCD. The procedure for using these codes to debug a failure is as follows: 1.

  • Page 54: Chassis Codes

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Chassis Codes Table 3-2. lists all of the chassis codes for the B2000 workstation. Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description CPU n detected an unexpected HPMC. 1n01 SYS BD HPMC occurred CPU n detected an unexpected power fail 1n02 SYS BD...

  • Page 55

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description CPU n detected an unexpected data 1n13 SYS BD data mem brk trp memory break trap. CPU n detected an unexpected TLB dirty 1n14 SYS BD TLB dirty bit tr bit trap.

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description CPU n is starting its interval timer 1n27 SYS BD CPU n itimer test self-test. CPU n is starting its multi-media 1n28 SYS BD CPU n multi-media instructions self-test.

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description The monarch CPU failed. 1nBA SYS BD monarch CPU fail The CPU identifier was out of range. 1nBB SYS BD bad CPU n number Bootstrap failure--machine halted. 1nBF SYS BD CPU n halt boot...

  • Page 58

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description CPU n is starting its data cache ECC 2n90 SYS BD CPU n dcache ECC self-test. A firmware assertion failed. 2BAD SYS BD assertion fail Monarch CPU n is testing the boot ROM 3n00 SYS BD...

  • Page 59

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description CPU n detected an unsupported system 3n09 SYS BD bad sys mde byte mode. Stable store hardware version doesn’t 3n1A SYS BD hversion mismtch match system. Check model string with version in stable 3n1B SYS BD...

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description CPU n is bypassing its late self-tests to 4n01 SYS BD CPU n skip lst save time. CPU n finished its late self-tests. 4n0E SYS BD CPU n exit lst CPU n is re-executing some of its early CPU n lst erly st...

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description CPU n is starting its data cache miss 4n60 SYS BD CPU n dcache miss self-test. CPU n detected an unknown error on the 5n00 SYS BD unknown bus err system bus (Runway).

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    SPD detected an unexpected, fatal error. 7204 DIMM SPD fatal error New HP manufactured DIMM type added 7205 DIMM add HP DIMM type to tables. New non-HP DIMM type added to tables 7206 DIMM non-HP DIMM type (use at own risk). Chapter 3...

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description The DIMM table is full--cannot add new 7207 DIMM DIMM table full type. SPD didn’t find any memory DIMMs. 7208 DIMM no DIMMs found SPD is checking memory slot s. is DIMM s inst? 721s DIMM...

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description Insufficient error-free memory to 7309 DIMM insufficient mem continue. Memory interleave generation failed. 730C SYS BD mem intrlv fail Main memory configuration complete. 730F SYS BD mem config done Starting non-destructive memory test.

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description Memory ECC test failed to detect 7611 DIMM ECC single data single-bit data error. Memory ECC test failed to detect 7612 DIMM ECC single ECC single-bit ECC error.

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description Multiple memory errors detected. 7846 SYS BD mem err overflow Memory address outside configured 7848 SYS BD addr not mapped memory space. Destructive memory test detected an MBE in DIMM s 785s DIMM...

  • Page 67

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description Error detected during boot device I/O. 80F7 EXT IO boot IO error Invalid boot device class; bad IODC? 80F8 EXT IO invalid boot dev Unexpected error; bad IODC? 80FC EXT IO invalid boot dev...

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description Cannot re-establish communications with 8A03 EXT IO No graph console the graphics console. Cannot re-establish communications with 8A04 EXT IO No USB keyboard the USB keyboard. Running PCI Built-In Self-Test 8C06 EXT IO...

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description Initializing serial LDB port as console 91DB IO BD init SERIAL_LDB display. Console display is on serial port 1. 9C51 IO BD consol is SER_1 Serial port 1 failed to initialize as a 9C51 IO BD...

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description The monarch CPU is starting the late C3FF SYS/IO late monarch tst (post-memory) monarch-only tests. The late (post-memory) monarch-only C3FF SYS/IO late monarch flt tests failed. Searching for (lab-only) debugger card.

  • Page 71

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description Look for built-in graphics card. C680 SYS BD builtin graphics Successfully initialized built-in graphics C680 SYS BD builtin graphics card. Built-in graphics initialization failed. C680 SYS BD builtin graphics Look for graphics card in PCI slot s.

  • Page 72

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description The operating system TOC handler is CB03 SYS BD bad OS TOC code invalid. Firmware will soft boot the system. The size of the operating system TOC CB04 SYS BD bad OS TOC len...

  • Page 73

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description A Transfer of Control caused entry to CB73 SYS BD TOC occurred PDCE_CHECK (the firmware trap handler). An error was detected on rope r. CB9r IO BD Error on roper PDC_SEED_ERROR triggered an HPMC.

  • Page 74

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description PCI data parity error. I/O error log word 3 CBC2 IO BD PCI data parity contains the error address. Multiple PCI data parity errors. I/O error CBC4 IO BD PCI data par;...

  • Page 75

    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description A PCI device asserted SERR# multiple CBE2 IO BD PCI SERR#; OV times. Unknown PCI error detected. CBE3 IO BD Unknown PCI err Parity error between system I/O controller CBE6 SYS BD AtoE rope perr...

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    Troubleshooting Selftest Failures Table 3-2. Chassis Codes for the B2000 Workstation Ostat Code Message Description A High-Priority Machine Check occurred CBFF SYS BD multiple HPMCs while processing another HPMC. Slave CPU n entering the final CC0n SYS BD CPU n OS rendezvs rendezvous, waiting for the operating system to awaken it.

  • Page 77: Memory Failures

    The B2000 system implements Memory Page Deallocation. This feature allows the workstation to provide information to the operating system about memory failures. HP-UX 10.20 uses information to map out failing memory areas and continue normal operation. You can use the command memrpt with the detail switch to obtain information...

  • Page 78: Running System Verification Tests

    Troubleshooting Running System Verification Tests Running System Verification Tests HP-UX uses an online diagnostics product named Mesa (Support Tools Manager) that allows system operation verification. Three interfaces are available with the Support Tools Manager: • A command line interface accessed through the cstm command •...

  • Page 79: Running Ode-based Diagnostics, Using The Pim Dump Tool To Decode Hpmcs

    Troubleshooting Running ODE-Based Diagnostics Running ODE-Based Diagnostics The Offline Diagnostic Environment (ODE) consists of diagnostic modules for testing and verifying system operation. ODE provides all the necessary functions for the user to load specified tests and interact with those tests. ODE is an ISL utility.

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    Troubleshooting Running ODE-Based Diagnostics Chapter 3...

  • Page 81: Field Replaceable Units

    Field Replaceable Units This chapter lists the HP V B2000 workstation’s Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) ISUALIZE and provides procedures and illustrations showing their removal and replacement.

  • Page 82

    Field Replaceable Units Chapter Overview Chapter Overview This chapter contains the following main sections: • Exchange and Non-Exchange Part Numbers • FRU Removal and Replacement — Front Panel — Left Side Panel — Power Switch/LCD Assembly — Removable Media Devices —...

  • Page 83: Tools Required, Exploded View Diagram

    Field Replaceable Units Chapter Overview Tools Required Use the following tools to remove or replace FRUs in the B2000 workstation: • Torx T-15 driver • Light-duty flat blade screw driver with 6-inch (150 mm) blade • Needle-nose pliers • ESD equipment (see “Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions” on page 177) Exploded View Diagram Figure 4-1 shows an exploded view of the FRUs in the B2000 workstation.

  • Page 84: Exchange And Non-exchange Part Numbers

    Field Replaceable Units Exchange and Non-Exchange Part Numbers Exchange and Non-Exchange Part Numbers In this chapter we refer to exchange and non-exchange part numbers. You must return FRUs with exchange part numbers in exchange for a replacement FRU. Do not return FRUs with non-exchange part numbers—you may discard them. The exploded view diagram (Figure 4-1 on page 83) shows the B2000 workstation’s FRUs.

  • Page 85

    Field Replaceable Units Exchange and Non-Exchange Part Numbers Table 4-2. Non-Exchange Part Numbers Part Number Description A5983-63001 CD Signal Cable 5182-1857 CD Audio Cable A5983-63002 Floppy Disk Drive Signal Cable A4986-63006 LCD Signal Cable A5983-62007 Hard Disk Drive Bracket A5983-62010 CD Drive Bracket Assembly A4986-62006 Floppy Disk Drive Bracket Assembly...

  • Page 86: Fru Removal And Replacement

    1. Power off the workstation, the monitor, and any peripheral devices. NOTE There is no need to manually shutdown the HP-UX operating system on the workstation before switching it off. When the front panel power switch is pressed to off, the workstation automatically shuts down the operating system before terminating the power.

  • Page 87: Front Panel

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Front Panel This section explains how to open and close the workstation’s front panel. Opening the Front Panel Perform the following steps to open the front panel: 1. Power off the workstation and unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet. 2.

  • Page 88: Left Side Panel

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Left Side Panel This section explains how to open and close the left side panel. You will need to open this side panel whenever you need to access the internal components of the workstation. Opening the Left Side Panel Perform the following steps to open the left side panel: 1.

  • Page 89

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Closing the Left Side Panel Perform the following steps to close the left side panel: 1. Hold the left side panel so that the top and bottom hinge hooks can be inserted into their hinge slots.

  • Page 90: Power Switch/lcd Assembly

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Power Switch/LCD Assembly This section explains how to remove and replace the power switch/LCD assembly, which is located on the front panel of the B2000 workstation. Removing the Power Switch/LCD Assembly Perform the following steps to remove the power switch/LCD assembly: 1.

  • Page 91: Removable Media Devices

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Removable Media Devices There are only two removable media devices allowed in a B2000 workstation: • CD drive (standard component) • 3.5-inch floppy disk drive (optional component) The procedures in the following subsections explain how to remove and replace (install) these removable media devices.

  • Page 92

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 4. Rotate the workstation around until you see the front of the workstation as shown in Figure 4-6. Figure 4-6. Front of the Workstation with the Front Panel Removed Bracket Screw CD Drive (hidden) Bracket Screw 5.

  • Page 93

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 7. Remove the new CD drive from its shipping container and check to see that the jumper on the rear of the CD drive is set to the CSEL position. You will have to verify that the master/slave/CSEL jumper is set in the CSEL NOTE position on the rear of the new CD drive that you will install.

  • Page 94

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 10.Tighten the two CD drive bracket screws as shown in Figure 4-9. Figure 4-9. Tightening the Bracket Screws Bracket Screw (hidden) Bracket Screw 11.Rotate the workstation around until you see the open, left side of the workstation. Plug the audio, ATAPI, and power cables into their appropriate connectors on the rear of the CD drive, as shown in Figure 4-10.

  • Page 95

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 12.Make sure that the audio, ATAPI, and power cables are positioned so that they will come out of the bottom edge of the CD drive bay’s rear cover when it is replaced. (Note that the rear cover’s bottom edge is rounded to prevent cutting of the cables.) To replace the rear cover, place the end opposite of the rear cover handle into the cover slot and rotate it into place.

  • Page 96

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Removing a Floppy Disk Drive WARNING Power off the workstation and unplug the power cord before removing the floppy disk drive. CAUTION Floppy disk drives are susceptible to mechanical and electrostatic shock. When handling the drive, always wear the static-grounding wrist strap that came in the floppy disk drive kit.

  • Page 97

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Figure 4-13. Front of Workstation with the Front Panel Removed Bracket Floppy Screw Disk Drive (hidden) Bracket Screw 5. Remove both floppy disk drive bracket screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) and pull the floppy disk drive out of the workstation chassis as shown in Figure 4-14. Figure 4-14.

  • Page 98

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement If you will replace the floppy disk drive with a blank, continue on with step 7 below. However, if you will replace it with a new floppy disk drive, go to step 6 in the section “Replacing or Installing a Floppy Disk Drive”...

  • Page 99

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 10.Make sure that the floppy disk drive’s power and data cables are positioned so that they will come out of the top edge of the floppy disk drive bay’s rear cover when it is replaced. (Note that the rear cover’s top edge is rounded to prevent cutting of the cables.) Put the rear cover in place and tighten the T-15 Torx/slotted screw.

  • Page 100

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 2. Remove the rear cover of the floppy disk drive bay inside the workstation by unscrewing the T-15 Torx/slotted screw as shown in Figure 4-18. Push the cover handle toward the rear of the floppy disk drive approximately one inch, and then pull the cover handle toward you.

  • Page 101

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 4. Remove both floppy disk drive bracket screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) and pull the floppy disk drive bracket out of the workstation chassis as shown in Figure 4-20. Figure 4-20. Removing the Floppy Disk Drive Bracket and Blank Floppy Disk Drive Bracket Floppy Disk Drive...

  • Page 102

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Figure 4-21. Installing the Floppy Disk Drive Floppy Disk Drive Mounting Screws Mounting Screws Bracket Screws 7. Slide the floppy disk drive and its bracket into the workstation chassis as shown in Figure 4-21. 8.

  • Page 103

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 9. Rotate the workstation around until you see the open, left side of the workstation. Plug the power and data cables into their connectors on the rear of the floppy disk drive, as shown in Figure 4-23.

  • Page 104: Hard Disk Drives

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Hard Disk Drives This section explains how to remove and replace (install) a hard disk drive in the B2000 workstation. After replacing or installing a hard disk drive, be sure to follow the procedures in the section “Configuring a Hard Disk Drive as a File System”...

  • Page 105

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Figure 4-25. Location of the Hard Disk Drives Upper Hard Disk Drive (SCSI ID 6 -- System Disk Lower Hard Disk Drive (SCSI ID 5) 2. Loosen the T-15 Torx thumbscrew securing the hard disk drive assembly to the system board.

  • Page 106

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 3. Remove the four T-15 Torx mounting screws from the bracket as shown in Figure 4-27. Be careful when removing the hard disk drive from its bracket to avoid damaging it. Figure 4-27. Removing the Hard Disk Drive from Its Bracket T-15 Torx Mounting Screw Mounting Grommets...

  • Page 107

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Replacing or Installing a Hard Disk Drive NOTE After replacing or installing a hard disk drive, you will need to mount it and create a file system on it. Follow the procedures in the section “Configuring a Hard Disk Drive as a File System”...

  • Page 108

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Figure 4-30. Removing the T-15 Torx Mounting Screws Figure 4-31. Positioning the Bracket on to the Hard Disk Drive 4. Insert the T-15 Torx mounting screws through the four rubber mounting grommets and into the screw holes of the hard disk drive.

  • Page 109

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 5. Slide the hard disk drive assembly into its slot, and push inward firmly until the front of the hard disk drive bracket is flush with the hard disk drive connector on the system board.

  • Page 110

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement I/O Cards This section explains how to remove and replace (or install) I/O cards in the B2000 workstation. The B2000 workstation’s system board has four Peripheral Connect Interface (PCI) slots for option I/O cards. Slots 1 and 2 are full-size (PCI-2X) slots. Slots 3 and 4 are half-size (PCI-1X) slots.

  • Page 111

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement NOTE If you are installing an additional HP V -fxe graphics card, after you ISUALIZE connect the monitor to the additional graphics card, you must change the graphics path for the monitor. To do this, see the section “Displaying and Setting the Monitor Type”...

  • Page 112

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 5. Locate the I/O card you want to remove and, using a T-15 Torx driver or flathead screwdriver, remove the I/O card’s bulkhead screw as shown in Figure 4-37. Figure 4-37. Removing the I/O Card I/O Card’s Bulkhead Screw...

  • Page 113: Battery

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Battery The battery in the B2000 workstation is contained within the real time clock module (Part Number 1826-4269 on the system board. The component reference designation for the real time clock module is U30 on the system board. Perform the following steps to remove and replace the battery: 1.

  • Page 114: Memory Dimms

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Memory DIMMs This section explains how to remove and replace (or install additional) memory DIMM cards in the B2000 workstation. Removing Memory DIMMs WARNING Always unplug the workstation’s power cord from the electrical outlet or power source before opening the workstation.

  • Page 115

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 2. Press downward on the ejector tabs located on both sides of the DIMM connector. See Figure 4-41. This raises the DIMM card for easy extraction. Figure 4-41. Removing Memory Cards Ejector Tab Ejector Tab 3.

  • Page 116

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Perform the following steps to replace or install additional memory DIMMs: 1. Open the left side panel of the workstation as shown in the section “Opening the Left Side Panel.” Figure 4-42. System Board View B2000 System Label Power...

  • Page 117

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 3. Load the DIMM cards in the memory slots using the loading sequence provided in Figure 4-43. Note that the B2000 system label located on the chassis floor also explains the loading sequence for DIMM cards. See Figure 4-44. Follow the steps in Figure 4-45 to install each DIMM card.

  • Page 118

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement NOTE The ejector tabs will return to the locked position when the DIMM card is fully seated in the connector. 4. Close the left side panel of the workstation as shown in the section “Closing the Left Side Panel”...

  • Page 119: Power Supply

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Power Supply This section explains how to remove and replace the power supply in the B2000 workstation. Removing the Power Supply WARNING To prevent injury, unplug the workstation’s power cord from the electrical outlet before removing the power supply. Perform the following steps to remove the power supply: 1.

  • Page 120

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Replacing the Power Supply WARNING To prevent injury, unplug the workstation’s power cord from the electrical outlet before replacing the power supply. Perform the following steps to replace the power supply: 1. Open the left side panel of the workstation as shown in the section “Opening the Left Side Panel.”...

  • Page 121: Voltage Regulator Modules

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Voltage Regulator Modules This section explains how to remove and replace the voltage regulator modules (master and slave), which are connected to the system board in the B2000 workstation. Removing a Voltage Regulator Module WARNING To prevent injury, unplug the workstation’s power cord from the electrical outlet before removing the voltage regulator modules.

  • Page 122

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement As shown in Figure 4-48, the top voltage regulator module is the master, and the bottom one nearest the chassis floor is the slave. Figure 4-48. The Voltage Regulator Modules Voltage Regulator Modules: Master (Top) Slave (Bottom) 4.

  • Page 123

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Figure 4-49. Master and Slave Voltage Regulator Modules Notch Master Notch Slave Perform the following steps to replace a voltage regulator module: 1. Press down on the ejector tabs on either side of the system board connector to open them.

  • Page 124: Fans

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Fans The B2000 has three fans, which are shown in Figure 4-50: I/O fan, system fan, and processor (turbocooler) fan. A chassis code in the workstation’s LCD which indicates that a fan has failed (FLT D01n) or is running too slowly (WRN D02n) within a B2000 workstation specifies the fan number, n.

  • Page 125

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 3. Unscrew the two T-15 Torx screws that hold the workstation’s air divider in place, as shown in Figure 4-51. Then grasp the edge of the air divider and pull it towards you to remove it from the workstation.

  • Page 126

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Replacing the I/O Fan Perform the following steps to replace the I/O fan: 1. Install the I/O fan into the fan/speaker mounting bracket by pulling out on the left and right fan mounting clips, inserting the fan, and then releasing the fan mounting clips so that they hold the fan in place.

  • Page 127: Speaker

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Speaker This section explains how to remove and replace the speaker in the B2000 workstation. The speaker is contained in the mounting bracket with the I/O fan. See Figure 4-53. Figure 4-53. Location of the Speaker Speaker Removing the Speaker Perform the following steps to remove the speaker:...

  • Page 128

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 4. Disconnect the speaker and I/O fan cables from the system board. 5. Lift up on the fan/speaker mounting bracket tab from the hole in the drive bay housing. Then rotate the mounting bracket toward the chassis wall and rotate the fan/speaker mounting bracket out of the chassis.

  • Page 129: System Board Tray Assembly

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement System Board Tray Assembly The system board contains the CPU, main memory, I/O section, and all of the circuitry and connections that control how the workstation’s hardware and operating system interact with each other. If any of the components on the system board are defective, you must remove and replace the system board.

  • Page 130

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement 5. Remove the two T-15 Torx screws that secure the system board tray assembly to the rear panel of the workstation chassis. See Figure 4-56. Figure 4-56. Screws Holding the System Board Tray Assembly in Place Two T-15 Torx Screws 6.

  • Page 131

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement d. System fan cable e. LCD ribbon cable 6. Replace the following internal components in the workstation: a. Hard disk drive(s) and bracket(s), as shown in the section “Replacing or Installing a Hard Disk Drive” on page 107. b.

  • Page 132

    Field Replaceable Units FRU Removal and Replacement Chapter 4...

  • Page 133: Block Diagram

    Block Diagram This chapter contains the functional block diagram of the HP V B2000 ISUALIZE workstation.

  • Page 134

    Block Diagram Figure 5-1. Functional Block Diagram of the B2000 Workstation Chapter 5...

  • Page 135: Boot Console Handler

    Boot Console Handler This chapter explains how to use the Boot Console Handler, which provides an interactive environment after the power-on sequence in the HP V B2000 workstation. ISUALIZE...

  • Page 136

    Boot Console Handler Chapter Overview Chapter Overview This chapter contains the following main sections: • Boot Console Handler Features • Accessing the Boot Console Handler • Booting the Workstation • Searching for Bootable Media • Resetting the Workstation • Displaying and Setting Paths •...

  • Page 137: Boot Console Handler Features

    Boot Console Handler Boot Console Handler Features Boot Console Handler Features There are times when you want to interact directly with the hardware of the B2000 workstation before it boots the operating system. The B2000 workstation provides a menu-driven Boot Console Handler that allows you to perform special tasks, display information, and set certain system parameters, even if the operating system is unavailable.

  • Page 138

    Boot Console Handler Boot Console Handler Features -------------- Main Menu -------------------------------------- Command Description ----------- ----------- BOot [PRI|ALT|<path>] Boot from specified path PAth [PRI|ALT|CON|KEY|[<path>] Display or modify a path SEArch [DIsplay|IPL] [<path>] Search for boot devices COnfiguration [<command>] Access Configuration menu/commands INformation [<command>] Access Information menu/commands SERvice [<command>]...

  • Page 139

    Boot Console Handler Boot Console Handler Features ------ Configuration Menu ----------------------------- Command Description ------- ----------- AUto [BOot|SEArch] [ON|OFF] Display or set specified auto flag BootID [<proc>] [<boot ID>] Display or modify processor boot ID BootINfo Display boot-related information BootTimer [0 - 200] Seconds allowed for boot attempt CPUconfig [<proc>] [ON|OFF] Config/deconfig processor...

  • Page 140

    Boot Console Handler Boot Console Handler Features ------ Information Menu ------------------------------- Command Description ------- ----------- Display all system information BootINfo Display boot-related information CAche Display cache information ChipRevisions Display revisions of VLSI and firmware COprocessor Display coprocessor information FwrVersion Display firmware version Display I/O interface information LanAddress Display built-in system LAN address...

  • Page 141

    Boot Console Handler Boot Console Handler Features ------ Service Menu ----------------------------------- Command Description ------- ----------- ChassisCodes[<proc>|ON|OFF Display/enable/disable chassis codes CLEARPIM Clear (zero) the contents of PIM EepromRead [<addr>] {<len>} Read EEPROM locations MemRead <addr> [<len>] [<type>] Read memory locations PCIDelay [<value>] Display or set PCI delay value PDT [CLEAR] Display or clear...

  • Page 142: Accessing The Boot Console Handler

    NOTE There is no need to login as root and execute the shutdown -q command to shut down the HP-UX operating system on the workstation before powering it off. When you turn off the power switch, the workstation automatically shuts down the operating system before terminating the power.

  • Page 143

    Boot Console Handler Accessing the Boot Console Handler If auto boot and auto search are both turned on, you will see the following message: Processor is booting from first available de- vice. To discontinue, press any key within 10 seconds. NOTE If you are using a power-saving monitor, you will have less than 10 seconds from the time this message appears to press a key.

  • Page 144: Booting The Workstation

    Booting the Workstation Booting the Workstation You usually start the system by turning it on and waiting for HP-UX to boot automatically. However, you may not always want the usual boot sequence to occur. For example, you may want to start the system from an operating system that is stored on a device that is different from the usual boot device.

  • Page 145

    ISL is the program that actually controls the loading of the operating system. By interacting with ISL, you can choose to load an alternate version of the HP-UX operating system. If you do not want to interact with ISL, you must enter no (N).

  • Page 146

    Boot Console Handler Searching for Bootable Media Searching for Bootable Media To list devices that contain bootable media, follow the directions in “Accessing the Boot Console Handler” earlier in this chapter, and then type the following at the prompt and press Enter Main Menu: Enter command>...

  • Page 147: Resetting The Workstation

    Boot Console Handler Resetting the Workstation Resetting the Workstation To reset the system to its predefined values, follow the directions in “Accessing the Boot Console Handler” earlier in this chapter, and then type the following at the prompt and press Enter Main Menu: Enter command>...

  • Page 148: Displaying And Setting Paths

    Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting Paths Displaying and Setting Paths A path is the hardware address of a device that is attached to the I/O system of the system. The path command sets the system paths shown in Table 6-1. The path command sets and displays the hardware address of a specified device attached to the I/O bus of the system.

  • Page 149

    Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting Paths To set a system path to a new value, follow the directions in “Accessing the Boot Console Handler” earlier in this chapter, and then type the following at the prompt and press Enter Main Menu: Enter command>...

  • Page 150: Displaying And Setting The Monitor Type, The Monitor Command

    Graphics adapter installed in slot 3 graphics(4) Graphics adapter installed in slot 4 and type is the numerical monitor type. See “Setting the Monitor Type” in a subsequent section for a list of types. For example, an HP V -fxe graphics card (A4982A) ISUALIZE installed in option slot 2 would be graphics(2).

  • Page 151: Displaying The Current Monitor Configuration, Setting The Monitor Type

    Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting the Monitor Type Displaying the Current Monitor Configuration To display the current monitor configuration for the system from the Configuration Menu of the Boot Console Handler, follow the directions in “Accessing the Boot Console Handler” earlier in this chapter.

  • Page 152: Setting The Monitor Type With Sam

    Setting the Monitor Type with SAM The System Administration Manager (SAM) allows you to change the monitor type after the HP-UX 10.20 operating system with the 9912 Additional Core Enhancements (ACE) software bundle (December 1999) have been installed on the workstation. This section provides a brief explanation on how to set the monitor type using SAM.

  • Page 153

    Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting the Monitor Type 3. Double-click on the System_Admin icon in the Application Manager window. 4. Double-click on the Sam icon in the Application Manager -- System_Admin window. If you are root, the System Application Manager (SAM) will appear on the screen. 5.

  • Page 154: Setting The Monitor Type At Power On

    Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting the Monitor Type 8. Select the action Modify Monitor Type from the Actions menu. You will see a window with a list of monitor type selections in it. Here is an example of a monitor type entry you may see: Entry Width...

  • Page 155: Troubleshooting Monitor Problems

    4. Power on the system. The system will now display the console to the terminal connected to Serial 1 port. Note that you can use a 9-pin to 9-pin serial cable (HP F1044-80002) to connect an HP OmniBook serial port to the workstation.

  • Page 156: Displaying The Current Memory Configuration, Memory Information Sample

    Boot Console Handler Displaying the Current Memory Configuration Displaying the Current Memory Configuration The following sample screen output uses the memory command to show a memory configuration table with properly-installed and configured memory. To display the current memory configuration for the system, from the Information Menu of the Boot Console Handler, follow the directions in “Accessing the Boot Console Handler”...

  • Page 157: Displaying The Status Of The I/o Slots

    Boot Console Handler Displaying the Status of the I/O Slots Displaying the Status of the I/O Slots The io command lets you identify all built-in I/O devices and optional I/O devices installed in the option slots. It is available in the Information Menu. To use the IO command from the Information Menu of the Boot Console Handler, type the following command at the prompt and press Enter...

  • Page 158: Setting The Auto Boot And Auto Search Flags

    Boot Console Handler Setting the Auto Boot and Auto Search Flags Setting the Auto Boot and Auto Search Flags The auto boot and auto search flags are variables stored in the system’s nonvolatile memory. (Nonvolatile memory retains its contents even after power is turned off.) If you reset these flags to new values, the change takes effect the next time you reboot the workstation.

  • Page 159: Displaying And Setting The Security Mode

    Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting the Security Mode Displaying and Setting the Security Mode The secure flag is a variable stored in non-volatile memory. (Non-volatile memory retains its contents even after power is turned off.) If you reset this flag to a new value, the change takes effect the next time you reboot the workstation.

  • Page 160: Displaying And Setting Fastboot Mode

    Boot Console Handler Displaying and Setting Fastboot Mode Displaying and Setting Fastboot Mode When fastboot is enabled (set to on), the system does a quick check of the memory and skips I/O interface testing during its power-on self tests. This enables the system to complete its boot process quicker.

  • Page 161: Displaying The Lan Station Address

    Boot Console Handler Displaying the LAN Station Address Displaying the LAN Station Address It is sometimes necessary to supply the LAN station address of the workstation to other users. For example, if the workstation is to become a member of a cluster, the cluster administrator needs to know the LAN station address in order to add the workstation to the cluster.

  • Page 162: Displaying System Information, Displaying Pim Information, Stable Storage

    Boot Console Handler Displaying System Information Displaying System Information The all command allows you to display the system’s processor revision and speed, cache size, memory size, flag settings, and the boot and console paths. To display system information for the Information Menu, type the following at the prompt and press Enter Information Menu: Enter command>...

  • Page 163: Isl Environment, Invoking Isl From The Boot Console Handler

    ISL> ISL is the program that actually controls the loading of the operating system. By interacting with ISL, you can choose to load an alternate version of the HP-UX operating system. For example, if the usual kernel (/stand/vmunix) on the root disk (scsi.6.0) has become corrupted, and you wish to boot the workstation from the backup kernel (/stand/vmunix.prev), type the following at the ISL>...

  • Page 164: Isl User Commands

    96 and ends at byte address 127. The entry for the keyboard and mouse devices begins at byte address 160 and ends at 191. • listautofl or lsautofl - lists the contents of the (HP-UX) autoboot file. • support - boots the Support Tape from the boot device.

  • Page 165: Obtaining And Updating System Firmware

    A new method to update the PA8500/8600 workstation system firmware is available January 2000 as an OS patch. The initial patch is PHSS_19794 on HP-UX 10.20 ACE 9912 and PHSS_20146 on HP-UX 11.00 containing revision 3.1 system firmware. It will be superceded with higher revision firmware patches as they are released.

  • Page 166

    Boot Console Handler Obtaining and Updating System Firmware Chapter 6...

  • Page 167: A Product Specifications

    Product Specifications This appendix lists the environmental and electrical specifications for the HP V ISUALIZE B2000 workstation.

  • Page 168: Environmental Specifications, Altitude, Dc Magnetic Field Interference, Electromagnetic Compatibility (emc), Temperature, Humidity (non-condensing), Leakage Current

    Product Specifications Environmental Specifications Environmental Specifications Altitude Non-operating (storage or shipping): 0-15,000 ft above sea level (0-4500 m) DC Magnetic Field Interference Operating: <1 Gauss at surface of product Non-operating: <2 mGauss @ 7 feet Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Emissions: FCC Class B, CISPR B Immunity: EN61000-4-2: 1999 - 4KV contact discharge, 8KV air discharge (ESD) EN61000-4-3: 1996 - 10V/m (radiated immunity)

  • Page 169: Electrical Specifications, Input Power, Line Power

    Product Specifications Electrical Specifications Electrical Specifications Input Power 7.4 Amps RMS max @ 100V 6.2 Amps RMS max @ 120V 3.8 Amps RMS max @ 200V 3.2 Amps RMS max @ 230V Line Power AC Frequency: 48-66 Hz AC Voltage: 90-264V Maximum Power Input: 805 Watts Maximum Current Load: 10 Amps Appendix A...

  • Page 170

    Product Specifications Electrical Specifications Appendix A...

  • Page 171: Regulatory And Safety Statements

    Regulatory and Safety Statements This appendix lists the regulatory and safety statements for the HP V B2000 ISUALIZE workstation.

  • Page 172: Appendix Overview

    Regulatory and Safety Statements Appendix Overview Appendix Overview This appendix contains the following main sections: • Declaration of Conformity • Emissions Regulations • Third-Party Emissions Regulations Compliance • Special Regulatory and Safety Information • Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions • Warnings Appendix B...

  • Page 173: Declaration Of Conformity

    UL Listed to UL1950, 2nd edition, File E146385 cUL Listed to CSA 22.2 No.950-M93 TUV Certified to EN60950 2nd edition with A1+A2+A3+A4+A11 HP Fort Collins CCQD HTC supplementary information: The product herewith complies with the requirements of the following Directives and carries the CE marking accordingly:...

  • Page 174: Emissions Regulations, For Fcc B Applications

    • Ask the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help. Hewlett-Packard's system certification tests were conducted with HP- supported peripheral devices and HP-shielded cables, such as those you receive with your workstation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

  • Page 175

    VCCI Class B ITE (Japan) EMI Class A (Taiwan) Special Video Configuration Statement When a Video Out card has a cable connected to its video out connector, the HP V ISUALIZE B2000 workstation no longer meets FCC Class B regulations. The workstation now becomes FCC Class A compliant.

  • Page 176: Third-party Emissions Regulations Compliance, Special Regulatory And Safety Information, Acoustics, Laser Safety Statement (u.s.a. Only)

    Third-Party Emissions Regulations Compliance Third-Party Emissions Regulations Compliance Any third-party I/O device installed in HP system(s) must be in accordance with the requirements set forth in the preceding Emissions Regulations statements. In the event that a third-party noncompliant I/O device is installed, the customer assumes all responsibility and liability arising therefrom.

  • Page 177: Electrostatic Discharge (esd) Precautions

    Regulatory and Safety Statements Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions Electrostatic charges can damage the integrated circuits on printed circuits boards. To prevent such damage from occurring, observe the following precautions during board unpacking and installation: • Stand on a static-free mat. •...

  • Page 178: Warnings

    Regulatory and Safety Statements Warnings Warnings WARNING: Removing the device cover may expose sharp edges in the equipment chassis. To avoid injury, use care when installing customer add-on devices. WARNUNG: Das Entfernen der Geräteabdeckung legt die scharfen Kanten im Inneren des Gerätes frei. Um Verietzungen zu vermeiden, seien Sie vorsichtig beim Einbau von zusätzlichen Bauteilen, die vom Kenden selber eingebaut werden können.

  • Page 179: Related Documentation

    Related Documentation This appendix lists related documentation for the HP V B2000 workstation. ISUALIZE...

  • Page 180: Hp Ce Training Cd-rom, Service Manuals, User Manual

    • A5983-90039 - Service Handbook, HP V B2000 UNIX Workstation (this ISUALIZE handbook) • B2355-90040 - System Administration Tasks Manual HP 9000 Series 700 • B3782-90176 - Support Media User’s Manual User Manual • A5983-90001 - HP V B2000 Owner’s Guide...

  • Page 181

    Glossary attachment unit interface (AUI) A transceiver cable that conforms to IEEE 802.3 absolute pathname The full specifications. pathname of a file, including all the directories leading to it, starting with the root directory (“/”) and ending with the filename itself See also file, filename, back up v.

  • Page 182

    Glossary diskless workstations. See also read from and written to these boot ROM. disks. CD-RAM disks are 120 mm (4.7 inches) in diameter, use one Boot Console Handler The data surface, and have a capacity interactive firmware that enables of about 650 MB. The data surface you to interact with the hardware contains pits and flat spots of your workstation before the...

  • Page 183

    A cluster node that Information you provide on a does not have a local HP-UX file command line to describe the system. Its file system resides on object (often a file or directory) to the cluster server.

  • Page 184

    See Central Processing execute commands or programs. Unit. An HP-UX command interpreter is called a shell. See also shell. current directory See current working directory.

  • Page 185

    See option. also floppy diskette, hard disk, CD-ROM disk. dialog box A special type of HP CDE screen that contains controls disked workstation A and settings, and with which the workstation that has its own hard user can carry on an interactive disk drive.

  • Page 186

    Glossary drag To move the mouse (and hence the pointer on the screen) while holding down one or more of EEPROM Electronically erasable its buttons. This process specifies read-only memory. Usually bytes two separate locations on the or words can be erased and screen for those operations that reprogrammed individually during require two: the location when the...

  • Page 187

    The floppy drive uses heads permissions. (similar to heads in tape recorders) to read and write data on File Manager The HP CDE concentric disk tracks. application that allows you to manage your files and directories, floppy drive A device that stores and to set viewing preferences.

  • Page 188

    X Window is needed. system), enabling you to control your workstation by directly Help Manager The HP CDE manipulating graphical objects application that provides online instead of by typing commands at help.

  • Page 189

    Glossary input device Any of several which the first character is a pieces of hardware equipment used period (.). Invisible filenames are to give information to a system. not displayed by the listing Examples include the keyboard commands such as ls and ll and the mouse See also output without additional options, such as device.

  • Page 190

    This 48-bit number is preassigned by HP on their computers and it minimize button In HP CDE, a must never be changed. push-button on the window frame that turns a screen into an icon.

  • Page 191

    For example, the workstation. Coupled with the entire HP-UX system, including network transceiver, the controller the kernel and all HP-UX also handles signal processing, commands See also kernel. encoding, and network media access. option See command option.

  • Page 192

    In the HP CDE Workspace, the file system from some starting the default pointer is an X; on a point to a destination object.

  • Page 193

    A graphic control program used to invoke programs. that simulates a real-life push Some examples of HP-UX shells button. Use the pointer and mouse are the Bourne, Korn, Key, and C to push the button and start an...

  • Page 194

    See also cluster. shell script A file that contains commands that the system can Style Manager The HP CDE interpret and run in a shell. application that provides the ability to customize various shutdown The process of taking...

  • Page 195

    80 MB per second See also Small terminal window A terminal Computer System Interface. window is a type of HP CDE window that emulates a complete user account The system display terminal. Terminal administrator defines a user...

  • Page 196

    Also known as your “login Workspace What the screen name.” The username is also the becomes when you start HP CDE. name that identifies you to the Although you can hide the mail system and other software workspace under terminal requiring secure entry.

  • Page 197

    Glossary workstation A compact, graphics-oriented computer having high speed and high memory capacity. A workstation usually includes a keyboard, a monitor, and a system unit. See also node, disked workstation, diskless workstation.

  • Page 199

    Battery, removal and replacement of flowcharts for troubleshooting Block diagram front panel components boot command FRUs Boot command notations graphics, optional Boot Console Handler HP-UX overview accessing I/O slots all command key features auto boot and auto search commands Index...

  • Page 200

    Index boot command Chassis codes bootable media explanation of Configuration menu table of fastboot mode Components features exploded view diagram firmware, updating front panel I/O slots, status of rear panel Information menu Computer io command booting ipl device types resetting ISL environment Configuration LAN station address...

  • Page 201

    Index Diagnostics HP-UX Mesa (Support Tools Manager) main (power on LCD) Front panel Diagrams components block removal and replacement of exploded view DIMMs battery configuration CD drive description of DIMM cards memory failures exchange part numbers removal and replacement fans...

  • Page 202

    Index removal and replacement Hardware configuration Keyboard, USB HP-UX Korea RRL operating system overview troubleshooting flowchart LAN connector LAN station address, displaying lanaddress command slots Laser safety statement standard I/O cards chassis codes for troubleshooting configuration power on troubleshooting flowchart...

  • Page 203

    Rear panel Non-exchange FRUs, list of components I/O slots security loop TOC button ODE diagnostics Rear panel connectors Offline Diagnostic Environment (ODE) audio Operating system, HP-UX overview list of troubleshooting flowchart locations of monitor parallel Panel power cord front serial...

  • Page 204

    Index flowcharts Safety and regulatory information, special HP-UX flowchart ISL environment, using Safety statements LCD-indicated conditions search command main flowchart secure command Mesa (Support Tools Manager) Security loop monitors Security mode, displaying and setting ODE diagnostics Selftest failures, troubleshooting power on LCD flowchart...

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