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    rp24xx Hardware Manual...

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    Hewlett-Packard makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

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    1 What’s New, and Using This Information...

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    Using rp24xx Server Information Using rp24xx Server Information This site contains hardware support information pertaining to Hewlett-Packard rp24xx Servers. In the frame on the left side of your screen, you will see a general navigation network in a Table of Contents format. Click on the plus (or “add”) sign (+) next to any topic to view the sub-topics within.

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    Using rp24xx Server Information Chapter...

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    What’s New? What’s New? Visit this page to find out what new rp24xx server information has been released since the last web site and CD-ROM publish. The additions and modifications listed here are effective as of August 2002. New Sections: “What’s New?”...

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    What’s New? Chapter...

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    2 System Hardware Overview and Reference Information...

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    System Overview System Overview Hardware Overview For an overview of the Enterprise Server Family hardware - http://www.hp.com/products1/servers/family_overview.html For an overview of the HP-9000 rp24xx Server hardware - http://www.unixsolutions.hp.com/products/servers/aclass/index.htm Software Requirements rp24xx servers are designed to operate with HP-UX version 11.ACE or later. Chapter...

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    System Overview Chapter...

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    rp24xx Block Diagram rp24xx Block Diagram A400/A500 Block Diagram POWER SYSTEM / Clock Clock SUPPLY FANS (Processor Clock) (Runway) Multi- Multi- plier plier Support Power Power Hot Plug DISK / MEDIA PDH/PDC PCXW+ PCXW+ Converter Disks Converter BACKPLANE Controller Multi- function GSP CORE I/O BOARD...

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    rp24xx Block Diagram Chapter...

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Overview Regulatory Compliance statements are required by some countries for international importation of rp24xx Servers. The following information is provided: Regulatory Information Electrical Safety Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions Battery Notice Cabinet Safety Precautions Declaration of Conformity...

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    • Guardian Service Processor board These batteries are not to be removed or replaced by the user. If either battery needs to be replaced, contact your Hewlett-Packard authorized service personnel. Lithium batteries may explode if mistreated. CAUTION Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in a fire.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Cabinet Safety Precautions WARNING Cabinets are heavy even when empty. Exercise caution when moving cabinets whether equipment is installed in the cabinet or not. Avoid rolling cabinets on rough or uneven surfaces or inclines greater than 10 degrees. Unloading cabinets from the pallet and movement of cabinets should be performed by at least two people.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Sicherheitsvorkehrungen für Einbaugehäuse WARNING Einbaugehäuse haben auch ohne Inhalt ein hohes Gewicht. Seien Sie also vorsichtig, wenn Sie ein Gehäuse hin und her bewegen, sei es mit oder ohne installierten Innenteilen. Rollen Sie das Gehäuse nach Möglichkeit nicht über rauhe oder unebene Oberflächen bzw.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Consignes de sécurité relatives aux armoires WARNING Une armoire est lourde même lorsqu’elle est vide. Faites preuve de prudence lorsque vous en déplacer une, peu importe si des éléments y sont installés ou non. Évitez de faire rouler l’armoire sur un sol irrégulier ou incliné...

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information WARNING Los productos deslizables no deben extenderse del armario cuando el equipo se encuentre en la plataforma de carga. Se debe descargar el armario de la plataforma e instalar bien las punteras delanteras y traseras de protección antes de extender cualquier producto deslizable.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Procedimentos de Segurança - Armários WARNING Os armários são pesados, mesmo quando vazios. Tenha cuidado ao movimentar os armários, quer haja equipamentos instalados quer não. Evite deslizar os armários sobre superficies acidentadas, irregulares ou com inclinação superior a 10 graus. A retirada dos armários do palete e sua movimentação deverão ser feitas por, no mínimo, duas pessoas.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Precauzioni di siccurezza sugli armadi WARNING Gli armadi sono molto pesanti anche quando sono vuoti. Esercitare la massima cautela durante lo spostamento degli armadi indipendentemente dal fatto che l'apparecchiatura sia installata o meno. Evitare di far scorrere gli armadi su superfici irregolari, disagevoli o con un’inclinazione superiore ai 10 gradi.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Säkerhetsföreskrifter för kabinett WARNING Kabinetten är tunga även när de är tomma. Var försiktig när du flyttar ett kabinett, oavsett om det är tomt eller innehåller utrustning. Undvik att rulla kabinett på ett underlag som är ojämnt eller lutar mer än 10 grader.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Voorzorgsmaatregelen voor de veiligheid voor kasten WARNING Kasten zijn zwaar, ook als deze leeg zijn. Ga voorzichtig te werk als u een kast verplaatst, of er nu wel of niet apparatuur in de kast is geïnstalleerd. Rol kasten niet over ruwe of ongelijke oppervlakken of hellingen van meer dan 10 graden.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Sikkerhedsforanstaltninger for skabe WARNING Skabene er tunge, selv når de er tomme. Vær forsigtig når De flytter skabe, hvad enten der er installeret udstyr i skabet eller ej. Undgå at rulle skabe på ru eller ujævne overflader eller skråninger der hælder mere end 10 grader.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Sikkerhetsforanstaltninger for skapene WARNING Skapene er tunge, selv når de er tomme. Vær forsiktig når du flytter skap, uansett om de er tomme eller inneholder utstyr. Ikke rull skap på ru eller ujevne overflater eller i skråninger som heller mer enn 10 grader.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Laitekaappia koskeva turvavaroitus WARNING Kaapit ovat tyhjinäkin painavia. Ole varovainen siirtäessäsi kaappia siitä riippumatta, onko siihen asennettu laitteistoa. Älä rullaa kaappeja karkeilla tai epätasaisilla pinnoilla tai jos pinnan kaltevuus ylittää 10 astetta. Kaappien ottamiseen alas lastausalustalta ja niiden siirtämiseen tarvitaan ainakin kaksi henkilöä.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information www.docs.hp.com Chapter...

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information www.docs.hp.com Chapter...

  • Page 33: Declaration Of Conformity

    73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and carries the CE marking accordingly. 1) The product was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard computer peripherals. 2) DC versions of the product were tested in a typical configuration with a Hewlett- Packard 6813A AC/DC power source.

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    Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Cables used with this device must be properly shielded to comply with the requirements of the FCC.

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Korean RFI Statement Taiwan RFI Statement Japan Safety and Regulatory Statements 0.29 0.41 Chapter...

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    hp Server rp24xx Safety and Regulatory Information Acoustics (Germany) Acoustic noise level per ISO 9296 (25° C): <60dB (operators position) Geräuschemission (Deuschland) Geräuschemission nach ISO 9296 (25° C): <60dB (Arbeitsplatz) Australian C-Tick Label Laser Safety This product contains a laser internal to the Optical Link Module (OLM) for connection to the Fibre communications port.

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    ESD Safety Standards ESD Safety Standards Static charges (voltage levels) occur when objects are separated or rubbed together. The voltage level of a static charge is determined by the following factors: • Types of materials • Relative humidity • Rate of change or separation Effect of humidity on ESD charge levels The following table lists charge levels based on personnel activities and humidity levels.

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    ESD Safety Standards • Use conductive tables and chairs. • Use a grounded wrist strap (or other grounding method) and antistatic mats when handling circuit boards. • Store spare electronic modules in antistatic containers. Chapter...

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    Acoustic Safety Standards Acoustic Safety Standards The acoustic specifications for the rp24xx server are as follows: Sound power level 6.4 Bels LWA Sound pressure level at operator position 58.2 dB LPA Reducing Acoustic Noise Levels Ambient noise level in a computer room or office environment can be reduced by the following means: •...

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    Acoustic Safety Standards Chapter...

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    The Hewlett-Packard Site Preparation Specialist can assist in determining your local regulations.

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    Local Computer Installation Codes Chapter...

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    Altitude Operation Standards Altitude Operation Standards Maximum Altitude Operational 3000 meters above sea level Non-operational 4572 meters above sea level Effects of Altitude Altitude effects the cooling of computer systems. Less air density means less cooling. Differences in air temperature, input to exhaust, can increase significantly at higher altitudes. Chapter...

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    Altitude Operation Standards Chapter...

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    Temperature and Humidity Operation Standards Temperature and Humidity Operation Standards The following table lists the computer room temperature and humidity specifications for rp24xx servers. Temperature and Humidity Specifications Maximum Recommended Maximum Rate Of Change Parameter Non-Operating Operating Operating (per hour) Range Range Range...

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    Temperature and Humidity Operation Standards Chapter...

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    Electrical Interference Safety Standards Electrical Interference Safety Standards The following are some of the sources of electrical interference that may affect rp24xx servers. Convenience Wall Outlets Power outlets for building maintenance equipment (i.e., vacuum cleaners, floor buffers, etc.) must be wired from circuit breakers on a power panel separate from the computer system panel.

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    Electrical Interference Safety Standards Chapter...

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    NOTE Hewlett-Packard recommends a heat evaporating-type humidifier and strongly advises against using a cold water atomizer type humidifier Other ways to minimize electrostatic discharge are by using specially grounded mats in front of the computer system or by treating carpeting with anti-static spray.

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    Other Safety/Operation Standards Chapter...

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    Cooling Requirements Cooling Requirements The temperature and humidity specifications shown below are the maximums and standards at which server cooling parameters have been established. Temperature and Humidity Specifications Maximum Recommended Maximum Rate Of Change Parameter Non-Operating Operating Operating (per hour) Range Range Range...

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    Input Power Requirements Input Power Requirements rp24xx server input power requirements are listed as follows: Stand Alone Server Power Requirements • Nominal Rated Voltage: 100 or 240 VAC • Input Voltage: 80 to 135 VAC 176 to 269 VAC • Input Frequency: 47 to 66 Hz •...

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    Racked Server Site Requirements Racked Server Site Requirements rp24xx servers can be configured to operate as a stand-alone server, in a free-standing stack of a maximum of six servers high, or racked in a cabinet. This section provides site requirements for racked server installation. HP Cabinet Dimensions Servers can be installed in any of the following HP cabinets: External Dimensions...

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    Racked Server Site Requirements External Dimensions Cabinet Max. (width x depth x height) Product Description Servers Number Centimeters Inches C2787A Field 61 x 91.4 x 203.2 24 x 36 x 80 Integrated 2.0m x 19” Cabinet Cabinet Minimum Service Access Requirements Access Location *Rear...

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    Each server weighs approximately 23 kg (50 lbs). DO NOT lift more than one server at a time. Always use the strap when stacking servers, regardless of the number. Hewlett-Packard will not support or warrant servers that are damaged as a result of being improperly strapped or stacked more than six servers high.

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    Stacked Server Site Requirements Stacked Server Minimum Service Access Requirements Access Location Rear 15 cm (6 in.) Sides 7.5 cm (3 in.) Front 7.5 cm (3 in.) WARNING Ensure that the surface on which the stacked servers are sitting will support the combined weight of all servers in the stack plus the weight of all other associated equipment.

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    Stand-Alone Server Site Requirements Stand-Alone Server Site Requirements rp24xx servers can be configured to operate as a stand-alone server, in a free-standing stack of a maximum of six servers high, or racked in a cabinet. This section provides requirements for stand-alone server installation.

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    Temperature and Humidity Operation Standards Temperature and Humidity Operation Standards The following table lists the computer room temperature and humidity specifications for rp24xx servers. Temperature and Humidity Specifications Recommend Maximum Rate Of Maximum Parameter Non-Operating Change (per Operating Operating Range Range hour) Range...

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    4 Server Unpack and Install Instructions...

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    ❏ A plastic pedestal base for holding the server in a side-mounted position ❏ An accessory kit. ❏ A packet containing installation instructions and regulatory information. Report any missing items to your local Hewlett-Packard office immediately. If there is obvious NOTE freight damage, contact your shipper immediately.

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    Unpack the Server Carefully lift the server out of the carton, unwrap it, set it on the work surface. WARNING Do not lift or carry the server by the bezel. The bezel is made of plastic and is attached to the server chassis by two bezel retainers and four ball-posts. It will only support the weight of the server chassis in an emergency.

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    Unpack the Server Open the Accessory Kit Open the Accessory Kit and verify that the contents agree with the packing list. NOTE Plastic bezel end caps are included in each kit. Do not discard them. They will be needed if the server is installed in a cabinet.

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    Unpack the Server Further product information can be found in your shipping box. If you cannot locate the product information or if you need additional installation assistance, please consult the web site at http://www.ultraseek.com/hp. Nokia Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Server Nokia WAP server is the industry leading WAP server software.

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    Server External Connections Server External Connections External devices are interfaced with the server by means of specific connectors located on the rear bulkhead. Exterior connections to the server include ports for: • Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) devices • System Console •...

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    Server External Connections Ensure that all devices on the SCSI bus have a unique address and the last device is terminated. Refer to the documentation accompanying each device to learn how to set addresses and where to place terminators. Connect a System Console •...

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    Installing a Stand-alone Server in a Cabinet Installing a Stand-alone Server in an HP Cabinet The following information pertains to rp24xx server installation in cabinets manufactured by Hewlett-Packard only. Cabinet Identification The following HP cabinets can hold multiple HP-9000 A-Class, rp24xx servers: Cabinet Product No.

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    Installing a Stand-alone Server in a Cabinet WARNING If anti-tip stabilizers or ballast are not installed or are improperly installed on the cabinet, it can tip. Failure to follow this precaution can cause personal injury or death and can damage equipment. Step 2.

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    Installing a Stand-alone Server in a Cabinet Callout # Item Metal brackets Plastic end caps Once the rail kit has been installed and the server is positioned in the cabinet, follow the procedure listed below to attach the brackets and end caps: Step 1.

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    Installing a Stand-alone Server in a Cabinet Step 3. Fit the plastic end caps over the metal brackets as shown below. Step 4. Push the server back into the cabinet until it is flush against the vertical columns. Replace the screws that fasten the server to the rack.

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    Installing a Stand-alone Server in a Cabinet To qualify each rack configuration, specific rack vendors and rack products have been identified. Each vendor has several rack product lines. rp24xx servers are supported only in HP cabinets or in qualified vendor racks, as shown below: Examples of cabinets are Chatsworth (CPI) Megaframe, Wrightline Paramount, Rittal Vario, Vero IMRAK, SMC, Zero Express Rack and Bud Industries S2000.

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    Installing a Stand-alone Server in a Cabinet Air flow rp24xx servers require front-to-back airflow. Therefore, a solid front or rear door will not work. The doors must be removed or changed to a 63% open perforation pattern over an area 17 inches wide, top to bottom, minus a 2 inch border. Also insure that the hot air exhaust from other equipment is not being presented to the intake (front) of the rp24xx server.

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    Installing a Stand-alone Server in a Cabinet Table 0-3 (Continued) Anti-Tip MUST Proper slides MUST Airflow MUST Service Access MUST Cable Strain Relief MUST Front Access 40 inches Rear Access 24 inches Third Party Rack Ordering Guide for Vendor Products Table 0-4 Qualified Tip Mounting...

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    Installing a Stand-alone Server in a Cabinet Table 0-4 (Continued) Qualified Tip Mounting Rack Doors Stability Contact Hardware Device Wrightline JRK44190 JDF8242L Floor www.wrightline.com Paramount Rail Kit and Paramount anchoring Frame 40” JHP0N001 84” x 24” Deep rp24xx left-hinged JF842440 server Adaptor JDF8424R...

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    Server Slide Rail Installation Server Slide Rail Installation The following information contains instructions for installing rp24xx servers in a cabinet. CAUTION Both anti-tip feet must be properly affixed before installing equipment in a cabinet on a slide assembly. Tools needed: Torx Drivers, T15 and T20. Slide Rail installation kit contents are as follows: Slides, inner Slides, outer...

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    Server Slide Rail Installation The following illustration shows rail parts only. Plastic parts bags, plastic end caps, and the cable management device is not shown: NOTE This illustration shows non-E-series HP cabinet columns The following procedures list the steps required to install a stand-alone server in a cabinet. Step 1.

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    Server Slide Rail Installation Step 2. Place the outer rails with mounting brackets in the rack. Engage support hooks in the rack columns. The front mounts and rear mounts are different, as shown below: Support Hook attached to rack column. Front Slide Mount Placement Chapter...

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    Server Slide Rail Installation Rear Slide Mount Placement Step 3. Install sheet metal nuts on rear columns. Locate the slide mount laterally against rack column. Install and tighten the M5 x 0.8mm machine screws. Step 4. Install and tighten the M5 x 0.8mm machine screws on the front slide mounts. Step 5.

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    Server Slide Rail Installation Step 6. Locate and install the inner slides on the sides of the server, using M4 x 0.7mm machine screws. The inner rails contain a flat spring latch. The free end of the latch goes toward the front of the server, the riveted end goes toward the rear of the server chassis.

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    Server Slide Rail Installation Do not lift or carry the server by the bezel. The bezel is made of plastic and is attached to the server chassis by two bezel retainers and four ball-posts. It will only support the weight of the server chassis in an emergency. Failure to heed this warning may result in personal injury and/or permanent damage to the server NOTE...

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    Server Slide Rail Installation Step 13. Secure the server to the rack columns with M4 x 0.7mm screws and M4 clip nuts. Step 14. Optional: Install shipping retainers at the rear of the unit if the server is to be shipped while installed in a rack.

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    Cabinet Installation Cabinet Installation Installation of a factory-loaded cabinet consists of the following steps: Step 1. Move the cabinet to the installation site. Step 2. Lower the leveling feet. (This will prevent excessive wear on the casters, level the cabinet, and provide stability.) WARNING Extend or install the cabinet stabilizers, located at the bottom of the front...

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    Cabinet Mounted Server Unpack Overview rp24xx servers can be procured in two modes: stand-alone or pre-installed in a cabinet at the Hewlett-Packard factory. Stand-alone servers can be installed in an existing HP-supported cabinet by purchasing Rail Kit A5810A. Installing a Factory-integrated Cabinet...

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    Cabinet Mounted Server Unpack Step 3. Remove the brackets securing the cabinet to the pallet (callout 4). Step 4. Insert the ramps in the notches provided on the pallet (callout 5). Remove the side panels from the cabinet and set them aside (callout 6). Chapter...

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    Cabinet Mounted Server Unpack WARNING: A fully configured 2.0 meter cabinet can weigh over 500 kg (1100 lbs). Always use at least two people to roll the cabinet off of the pallet. Be careful not to tip the cabinet while unloading. Failure to heed this warning can result in serious injury or death and equipment damage.

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    If the shipment is either incomplete, damaged, or fails to meet specifications, notify the nearest Hewlett-Packard Sales and Support Office. If damage occurred in transit, notify the carrier as well. Hewlett-Packard will arrange for replacement or repair without waiting for settlement of claims against the carrier.

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    PowerTrust Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Option PowerTrust Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Option Unpack the PowerTrust UPS and use the installation information in the PowerTrust System Guide, included with the UPS, to connect the UPS to the cabinet. Chapter...

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    Use the original packing material to repackage the cabinet for shipment. If the packing material is not available, contact your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Support Office regarding shipment. Before shipment, place a tag on the container (or equipment) to identify the owner and the service to be performed.

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    Stacking Servers Stacking Servers Hewlett-Packard will support stacking up to six rp24xx servers if the following conditions are met and the correct procedure followed. HP will not support the stacking any other A-Class server. NOTE CAUTION In order to remain within weight limitations and to prevent tipping, do not stack servers more than six high.

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    Stacking Servers CAUTION DO NOT stack heavy objects, such as monitors, on top of the server. The weight may cause the top to cave in and damage internal components. Chapter...

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    Each server weighs approximately 23 kg (50 lbs). DO NOT lift more than one server at a time. Always use the strap when stacking servers, regardless of the number. Hewlett-Packard will not support or warrant servers that are damaged as a result of being improperly strapped or stacked more than six servers high.

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    Configuring the Guardian Service Processor (GSP) Configuring the Guardian Service Processor (GSP) The Guardian Service Processor (GSP) is resident in the system to allow the system administrator to monitor and perform administrative functions locally on the system console, or at a console in another area. This section provides configuration procedures that will: •...

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    Configuring the Guardian Service Processor (GSP) Step 2. At the GSP prompt, enter the Security options and access control (SO) command: GSP> so Step 3. The first prompt you will see with the so command is for the following GSP-wide parameters: •...

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    Configuring the Guardian Service Processor (GSP) Removing Users You can remove (disable) a GSP user with the same Security options and access control (SO) command used to add a user. To remove a user, perform the following steps: Step 1. Enter to access the GSP.

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    Initial Power-up Initial Power-up The following section describes the process of applying power to the server and booting the system to the operating system Login prompt. 1. Apply AC Power to the system console. 2. Apply power to the server by pressing the rear panel On/Off switch IN. Path: 0/2/0 Path: 0/4/0 urbo...

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    Boot To Operating System Boot To Operating System The length of time required to boot the system depends on the number of processors and the amount of RAM memory installed. Average configurations can take 20 minutes or more. The boot process is shown in the following illustration: Typical Boot Process Power Switch System Messages...

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    System Power Down System Power Down 1. Stop all active applications that may be running and Log Off all users. 2. Perform a system backup of the entire Operating System and data base. If this is not feasible, perform a backup of the data base.

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    6 Adding Components to the Server...

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    Add Memory Add Memory Memory Configuration Rules rp24xx servers have 8 slots (4 DIMM pairs) on the system board for memory DIMMs. These slots are numbered 1through 8. Four slots (5 - 8) are disabled on A400 servers. A500 servers can access all slots. The following rules govern the installation of memory DIMMs: •...

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    Add Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Cards Add Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Cards rp24xx servers have a total of 4 PCI I/O slots. Slot 1 is short slot, located outside the I/O card cage, connected to the back of the I/O Backplane. Slots 2 through 4 are located inside the I/O card cage. Slots 1 and 2 are Twin Turbo slots;...

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    Add Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Cards 100-240V~, 600W Path: 0/2/0 urbo Path: 0/4/0 urbo 6.0-2.6A, 50-60Hz On/Off Console/ Switch GSP Reset UPS Port Path: 0/2/0 Path: 0/4/0 urbo urbo 100-240V~, 600W 6.0-2.6A, 50-60Hz GSP Reset TOC Ultra2 Wide SCSI Narrow Single Ended SCSI 10/100BASE-T 10BASE-T Console/...

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    Add Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Cards The following HP-UX restrictions apply regarding the installation of PCI I/O cards that contain a PCI-to-PCI bridge: • HP-UX boot is currently not supported for cards that contain a PCI-to-PCI bridge. • HP-UX patches are required when more than one card containing a PCI-to-PCI bridge is installed in shared slots (slots #3 and #4).

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    Add Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Cards Load Product Future PCI Card Description Part # Max. Boot Notes Order Number Rel. A3739B FDDI Dual Attach Station LAN A3739-60002 Adapter (H) A5150A Dual Port Ultra2 SCSI (F) A5150-60001 A5149A Single port Ultra-2 SCSI A5149-60001 Interface card (F) A5486A...

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    Add Disks Add Disks rp24xx servers support two internal hard disk drives, drive A and drive B. The following graphic depicts disk drive locations. Drive A Drive B ccrr003 (MPE/iX does not support hotswap). It is not necessary to shutdown the HP-UX operating system or power off the server to install a new disk, but you may shutdown HP-UX and power off the server if you choose.

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    Adding CPUs and Socket Cleaning Adding CPUs and Socket Cleaning Replacement or installation of a CPU requires that the CPU chip socket be clean and uncontaminated with dirt and dust particles. The CPU chip socket must be cleaned or replaced if you: •...

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    Adding CPUs and Socket Cleaning ccrr011 Title Heat Sink EMI O-Ring Thermostrate Pad CPU Chip CPU Chip Socket CPU Chip Socket Dust Cover Chapter...

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    Adding CPUs and Socket Cleaning CPU Cleaning for System Board Replacement This section provides information for those situations where CPUs are removed and then replaced onto the same system board or onto a new system board. 1. Carefully vacuum the area surrounding the CPU to be removed and replaced. 2.

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    Adding CPUs and Socket Cleaning 14. Inspect the CPU socket on the system board for broken buttons or other debris. Note that it is normal for a certain amount of residue to be left behind when removing the CPU assembly. If broken buttons are observed, remove them carefully with the IPA lint free wipe.

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    Adding CPUs and Socket Cleaning The A400 system supports one CPU; the A500 supports two CPUs. NOTE Chapter...

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    System Console Configuration System Console Configuration The following describes the steps required to configure the HP C1099A or 700/96 terminal for VT-100 mode for operation with an rp24xx server. C1099A VT-100 Mode Configuration. The following procedure outlines the steps to configure the C1099A terminal for VT-100 operation. To access the Setup menu in HPTerm emulation: 1.

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    System Console Configuration 9. Move to multipage and, using the keys, select “yes”. [Prev] [Next] (Enables screen scrolling). 10. Move to Backspace Def and, using the keys, select “Backspace/Del”. [Prev] [Next] 11. Move to EM100 ID and, using the keys, select “EM100”. [Prev] [Next] 12.

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    LAN Console LAN Console This section describes how to configure a notebook PC as a console via a LAN cable connection. This process uses a terminal emulator software package set to emulate a VT100 terminal. The rp24xx server must first be configured via an HP700 system console before accessing it NOTE from a PC or UNIX system.

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement The Secure Web Console (SWC) is installed in the rp24xx system as a PCI Card. This option must be included in the initial order of the rp24xx server where it will be installed at the factory during the assembly process. While not available for installation after receipt of the server, it is customer-replaceable if the factory-installed card fails during operation.

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement Secure Web Console PCI Card Introduction. Since the SWC card is half-card size, it will normally be installed on the server rear bulkhead in I/O slot #1 as shown below: I/O Slot #1 Path: 0/2/0 Path: 0/4/0 urbo urbo...

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement NOTE If you press and hold the S2 (Hard Reset) switch, press the S1 (Factory Default Reset) switch, then release S2 while continuing to hold S1, the SWC card will reset to factory specifications. Pre-Installation Considerations The following paragraphs provide an outline of the pre-installation items you should address before starting SWC card replacement.

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement Initial Cable Connections To make the cable connections, proceed as follows: Step 1. Connect the SWC card to the Intranet/internet (LAN). LAN Connection Step 2. Observe the LEDs on the SWC card rear bulkhead connector. L1 Self-Test L3 Power L2 LAN Activity...

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement CAUTION For system security, initial configuration must be completed before making the serial connection between the SWC card and the server’s console port. Failure to follow this precaution can result in root level access being available to any level of SWC user.

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement NOTE The SWC requires creation of the first administrator account before proceeding further. a. Using a web browser, access the SWC at the default IP address (192.0.0.192). Chapter...

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement b. To create the first SWC administrator account, fill in the prompts shown in the following illustration: Chapter...

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement c. To configure the network parameters for the SWC, fill in the prompts shown in the following illustration: d. When all necessary data is entered, click on [OK] to reboot the SWC. Step 6. Using a web browser, connect to the SWC card, using: •...

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    Secure Web Console I/O Card Replacement NOTE The adapter cable (p/n A5858-63001) connects between the SWC and the console cable (p/n A5191-63001). Step 8. SWC card configuration is complete. Step 9. Use [Zoom In] or [Zoom Out] to adjust the size of the display window. Step 10.

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    Chassis Code to Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Decode Chassis Code to Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Decode This is a guide to identify failing CRU’s from the Error Chassis Logs. The guide includes the following information: • “Accessing Error Chassis Logs” •...

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    Chassis Code to Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Decode 1. Read the Chassis Log entry. 2. Match the SOURCE, SOURCE DETAIL, SOURCE ID, and PROBLEM DETAIL values found in the Chassis Log entry with the appropriate values in the table. 3. Read the table from left to right. Table 7-1 Chassis Log Field Values and Descriptions from Log Entry Proble...

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    Chassis Code to Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Decode Table 7-1 (Continued) Chassis Log Field Values and Descriptions from Log Entry Proble Source Source Source Detail Action to Take Detail 8 - I/O 6 - Disk Various Disk Use BCH commands Values Subsyste and ODE...

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    Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Physical Location Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Physical Location This section contains views of the rp24xx server. The locator numbers in the diagrams correspond to the numbers in the CRU Part Number section. ccrr009 NOTE Components numbered 1, 4, 5, 13, 16. and 17 are not customer replaceable and do not appear in the Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Part Numbers section.

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    Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Part Numbers Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Part Numbers The following tables list all Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs) for the rp24xx server. CRUs may be removed or replaced by either the customer or by qualified HP field engineering personnel. Table 1 lists both new and exchange part numbers.

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    Front Bezel Removal Front Bezel Removal The rp24xx server does not have to be turned off to remove the bezel. WARNING Do not attempt to lift or carry the server by the bezel. The bezel is made of plastic and is attached to the server chassis by two bezel retainers and four ball-posts. It will only support the weight of the server chassis in an emergency.

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    Front Bezel Replacement Front Bezel Replacement The rp24xx server does not have to be turned off to replace the bezel. WARNING Do not lift or carry the server by the bezel. The bezel is made of plastic and is attached to the server chassis by two bezel retainers and four ball-posts. It will only support the weight of the server chassis in an emergency.

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    Server Cover Removal Server Cover Removal The cover that protects rp24xx server components is secured by two thumbscrews and, when released, slides forward for removal. To remove the cover, perform the following procedures: Step 1. Remove the front bezel. There is a safety interlock between the front of the server cover and the WARNING Power Supply.

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    Server Cover Replacement Server Cover Replacement The cover that protects rp24xx server components must be raised in front and positioned on top of the side chassis panels then lowered and slid into the back chassis panel. The cover is secured by two thumbscrews attached to the front chassis panel.

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    HotPlug Disk Drive Removal (HPUX Systems Only) HotPlug Disk Drive Removal (HPUX Systems Only) The disk drives (up to two) are located at the front left side of the server (as you are facing it). When proper software and hardware procedures are followed, these disk drives can be removed and replaced while the server is running.

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    HotPlug Disk Drive Removal (HPUX Systems Only) VOLUME “/DEV/DSK/cXtXdX” THE PATH OF THE PHYSICAL VOLUME REFERS TO A DEVICE THAT DOES NOT EXIST, OR IS NOT CONFIGURED INTO THE KERNAL. If you are unsure of the status of the vgchange, you may check if this occurred by typing the vgdisplay command: vgdisplay <VG name>.

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    HotPlug Disk Drive Removal (HPUX Systems Only) read/write LV Status available/syncd Mirror copies Consistency Recovery Schedule parallel LV Size (Mbytes) Current LE Allocated PE Stripes Stripe Size (Kbytes) Bad block Allocation strict/contiguous IO Timeout (Seconds) default Distribution of logical volume ---PV Name LE on PV PE on PV /dev/dsk/c1t6d0...

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    HotPlug Disk Drive Removal (HPUX Systems Only) The vgreduce process may take a long time to complete. Do NOT kill this process. Step 8. Update the disk BDRA using the lvlnboot command. # lvlnboot -R HotPlug Hardware Procedure (MPE/iX does not support hotswap). Disk Drives can be removed or installed with the server CAUTION still powered on.

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    HP-UX HotPlug Disk Drive Replacement HP-UX HotPlug Disk Drive Replacement The internal disk drives (two) are located at the front left side of the server (behind the bezel). When proper software and hardware procedures are followed, internal disk drives can be removed and replaced while the server is running.

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    HP-UX HotPlug Disk Drive Replacement The following graphic shows the location of the HotPlug disks. ccrr003 HP-UX HotPlug Software Procedure NOTE The HP-UX HotPlug software procedures for Disk Drive removal/replacement described below are for a mirrored boot disk configuration only. If your configuration differs from this, these procedures may not be valid.

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    HP-UX HotPlug Disk Drive Replacement #mkboot /dev/rdsk/cXtXdX d. Use the mkboot command again to add the HP-UX auto-file-string. For example: #mkboot -a "hpux" /dev/rdsk/cXtXdX e. Run lvlnboot. For example: #lvlnboot -R lvextend a mirror into the replaced disk drive. This may take several minutes because this function copies all the data from the original copy of the data to the mirrored extents.

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    HP-UX HotPlug Disk Drive Replacement For example: #vgcfgrestore -n /dev/vg00 /dev/rdsk/c2t4d0 Step 3. Attach the new disk drive to the active volume group with the vgchange command. # vgchange -A y <volume group name> For example: # vgchange -A y /dev/vg00 Step 4.

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    I/O Card Cage Removal I/O Card Cage Removal The I/O Card Cage is located at the rear left side of the rp24xx server. To remove the I/O Card Cage, follow the steps listed below: Ensure that the system is shut down and power removed from the server before attempting CAUTION removal or replacement of a component.

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    I/O Card Cage Removal ccrr005 Title I/O Card Cage I/O Card #1 slot tab I/O Card #1 (short card only) Top front captive screws Flat lever handle I/O Cards #2 through 4 slot tabs I/O Cards #2 through 4 (long or short cards) I/O Backplane retainer screw I/O Backplane Chapter...

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    I/O Card Cage Replacement I/O Card Cage Replacement The I/O Card Cage is located at the rear left side of the rp24xx server. To replace the I/O Card Cage, follow the steps listed below: Ensure that the system is shut down and power removed from the server before attempting CAUTION removal or replacement of a component.

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    I/O Card Cage Replacement ccrr005 Title I/O Card Cage I/O Card #1 slot tab I/O Card #1 (short card only) Top front captive screws Flat lever handle I/O Cards #2 through 4 slot tabs I/O Cards #2 through 4 (long or short cards) I/O Backplane retainer screw I/O Backplane Chapter...

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    PCI I/O Card Removal PCI I/O Card Removal PCI slots 2, 3, and 4 are located in the I/O Card Cage, which must be taken out of the chassis prior to removing these cards. PCI slot 1 supports a short PCI I/O card attached to the I/O Backplane and is located outside of the card cage If a Secure Web Console card was ordered as part of the system, it may be located in this slot and must be removed before taking the I/O Card Cage out of the chassis.

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    PCI I/O Card Removal ccrr005 Title I/O Card Cage I/O Card #1 slot tab I/O Card #1 (short card only) Top front captive screws Flat lever handle I/O Cards #2 through 4 slot tabs I/O Cards #2 through 4 (long or short cards) I/O Backplane retainer screw I/O Backplane Chapter...

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    PCI I/O Card Replacement PCI I/O Card Replacement PCI slots 2, 3, and 4 are located in the I/O Card Cage, which must be taken out of the chassis prior to replacing these cards. PCI slot 1 supports a short PCI I/O card attached to the I/O Backplane and is located outside of the card cage.

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    PCI I/O Card Replacement ccrr005 Name Name I/O Card Cage I/O Card anchor screws Outside I/O Card anchor screw I/O Cards #2 through #4 Short I/O Card #1 (may be Secure Web Console) I/O Backplane anchor screw I/O Card Cage anchor quarter-turn fasteners I/O Backplane I/O Backplane disconnect lever Chapter...

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    PCI Backplane Removal PCI Backplane Removal The PCI backplane is located on the back of the I/O Card cage. I/O slot 1 is located on the outside of the PCI I/O card cage and slots 2, 3, and 4 are attached to the PCI backplane inside the I/O card cage. Ensure that the system is shut down and power removed from the server before attempting CAUTION removal or replacement of a component.

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    PCI Backplane Replacement PCI Backplane Replacement The PCI backplane is located on the back of the I/O Card cage. I/O slot 1 is located on the outside of the PCI I/O card cage and slots 2, 3, and 4 are attached to the PCI backplane inside the I/O card cage. Ensure that the system is shut down and power removed from the server before attempting CAUTION removal or replacement of a component.

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    DC-DC Converter Removal DC-DC Converter Removal DC-DC Converter boards and slave boards are required to power each CPU. CPU MHz Master Slave 550* * When available Each CPU requires a DC-DC Converter and slave(s) to operate. When upgrades are performed NOTE on the CPU, change the accompanying DC-DC Converter and slave(s) also.

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    Each CPU requires a DC-DC Converter and slave(s) to operate. When CPUs are upgraded or replaced, ensure that the accompanying DC-DC Converter and slave(s) are changed. When returning replaced CPUs to Hewlett-Packard, ensure that the accompanying DC-DC Converter and slave(s) are returned also.

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    Memory DIMM Removal Memory DIMM Removal Memory DIMMs reside in eight sockets (two sets of four sockets each) located on the right side of the System Board. They are normally loaded in DIMM pairs of equal size. Ensure that the system is shut down and power removed from the server before attempting CAUTION removal or replacement of a component.

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    Memory DIMM Replacement Memory DIMM Replacement Memory DIMMs reside in sockets located on the right side (from the front) of the System Board. CAUTION Ensure that the system is shut down and power removed from the server before attempting removal or replacement of a component. To replace a memory DIMM, perform the following steps: CAUTION Be careful to insert the DIMM into the socket evenly.

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    Guardian Service Processor (GSP) Removal Guardian Service Processor (GSP) Removal The GSP card resides on the System Board at the rear left center, under the short PCI I/O card (slot 1), which must be removed for access. Before removing the GSP from the server, perform the following steps: Ensure that the system is shut down and power removed from the server before attempting CAUTION removal or replacement of a component.

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    Guardian Service Processor Replacement Guardian Service Processor Replacement The GSP card resides on the System Board at the rear left center, under the short PCI I/O card (slot 1), which must be removed for access. To replace the GSP, perform the following steps: Step 1.

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    Extend a Server From the Rack Extend a Server From the Rack rp24xx servers are available in three configurations: rack-mounted, stacked, or stand-alone. Access to servers mounted in an HP-supported rack is covered in this section. Ensure that there is enough area (Approximately 82 centimeters (32 in.) to fully extend the NOTE server out the front and work on it.

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    Insert the Server into the Rack Insert the Server into the Rack rp24xx servers are available in three configurations: rack-mounted, stacked, or stand-alone. Access to servers mounted in an HP-supported rack is covered in this section. To return the server into the rack, perform the following steps: Step 1.

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