HP NetServer LXr 8500 Installation Guide HP Part Number D7054-90007 Printed September 1999...
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Contents 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer ............... 1 Before You Set Up Your HP NetServer............1 Setup Steps....................1 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports..............5 Front Panel Controls and Indicators ............... 5 Control Panel Buttons and Indicators............5 Power, Reset, and Secure Mode Buttons and LEDs ........6 Control Panel LCD Window and Navigation Buttons ........
Contents Removing the Top Cover................. 28 Removing the PCI Access Panel ............. 33 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices............... 37 Introduction ....................37 Required Tools..................37 Drive Addressing ..................37 Hardware Mirroring.................. 37 One Button Disaster Recovery (OBDR) ........... 38 Boot Device Priority ................. 38 Installing a Hot Swap SCSI Drive.............
Contents Processor Installation .................. 80 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer ............. 89 Introduction ....................89 Tools Required ..................90 Safety Precautions .................. 91 HP NetServer Rack Mount Parts List ............92 Preparing the Rack..................92 Attaching Rack Nuts to the Rack ............. 92 Attaching the Slides to the Rack ..............
Contents Main Menu .....................121 Using the Setup Screens ................121 Setting the HP NetServer’s Boot Passwords ...........122 Changing the System Date and Time............123 Changing the Boot Priority of Internal Devices ........124 Clearing CMOS ..................125 SCSI Configuration Utility ................126 11Information Assistant................129 Overview ....................129 Using Information Assistant ................129 Getting Help ...................129 Finding Information.................129...
Contents Rack Installation ..................157 Removing the Power Supplies ..............157 Placing the HP NetServer in the Rack.............158 Mounting the Front Bezel................161 Continuing with the Rack Installation Process ..........165 A Specifications ...................167 Power Requirements ..................167 Space Requirements ..................169 Environmental Requirements..............169 Internal Assemblies ..................170 Processor Baseboard ................171 I/O Baseboard ..................172 B Regulatory Information ................173...
1 Setting Up the HP NetServer Before You Set Up Your HP NetServer Before you set up your HP NetServer LXr 8500: Read the Installation Road Map (Rack system specific). The Road Map shows how to set up the entire rack system. It will alert you to issues you must consider before installing the HP NetServer itself.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer Refer to Chapter 7, "Installing Additional Processors." 6. Install additional memory. Refer to Chapter 5, "Installing Additional Memory." 7. Install PCI and PCI Hot Plug accessory boards. Refer to Chapter 6,"Installing Additional Boards." 8.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer Refer to Chapter 9, "Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, and UPS." Also connect mass storage devices or other components, including hot swap hard drives. Refer to Chapter 4, "Installing Mass Storage Devices." 12. Obtain the release history of the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM provided with the HP NetServer, to ensure you have the latest Navigator CD-ROM.
2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Front Panel Controls and Indicators This chapter describes the controls, indicators, and ports on the front and rear of the HP NetServer LXr 8500, including the controls and indicators concealed behind the front bezel. Control Panel Buttons and Indicators The HP NetServer’s control panel includes the following controls and indicators.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Power, Reset, and Secure Mode Buttons and LEDs The Power, Reset, and Secure Mode buttons are on the left side of the control panel. See Table 2-1 for a description of these buttons and LEDs. Power Button Secure Mode LED Reset Button...
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Table 2-1. Power, Reset, and Control Buttons and LEDs Control Description This button turns the HP NetServer power On or Off, and if Power On/Off/ Sleep Button available, also transitions the HP NetServer between Power On, various sleep states, and Power Off.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Control Panel LCD Window and Navigation Buttons The control panel features a two-line LCD window to display POST messages, boot messages, and errors. You can also use this window to display the HP NetServer’s configuration information, a log of current and past error conditions, replaceable parts information, and more.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports HP NetServer Status LEDs Three LEDs -- one red, one green, one yellow -- are grouped on the right side of the control panel. The three HP NetServer status LEDs give you a quick idea of the HP NetServer’s general health.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Rear Panel Indicators and Ports The HP NetServer’s rear panel includes communication ports, the AC power inlet, and the HP NetServer’s three power supplies. The following sections describe the power supply indicators, communication ports, and PCI LEDs in more detail. All PCI slots have corresponding LED indicators located just above the PCI hold-down latch.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Power Supply Module Indicators Each of the HP NetServer power supply modules has the indicators shown in Figure 2-6 and Table 2-3 provides the descriptions. PRFL FAIL Figure 2-6. Power Supply LEDs Table 2-3. Power Supply Module LED Descriptions Control Description Glows steady green when HP NetServer is powered up.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports CAUTION If you remove a power supply, it is imperative to wait at least 15 seconds before reinserting it. The delay gives the power supply’s inrush protection circuit time to reset itself. If the circuit does not have time to reset, the supply draws a larger than normal inrush current and may trip main circuit breakers or UPS breakers.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports PCI LEDs All ten PCI slots can be individually powered down through the respective NOS supported Hot Plug utility, without powering down the entire HP NetServer, if the board has a Hot Plug compliant driver. All ten PCI slots have two LEDs for each slot;...
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Additional Controls and Indicators This section provides the location of additional controls and indicators, which may useful or needed during the course of normal operation. Indicators and Controls Behind the Front Bezel The front of the chassis contains various controls and indicators that are only visible when the HP NetServer’s front bezel is opened or removed.
NOTE For more information on the HP Tape Drive and its error codes, refer to the documentation provided with the tape drive, or refer to Hewlett-Packard’s web site, at www.hp.com Refer to Chapter 4, "Installing Mass Storage Devices" for installation information.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Fan Indicators Front of NetServer Figure 2-10. Fan Indicators Applying Power to the HP NetServer Refer also to the "Sleep States (ACPI)," if supported by a compatible NOS. Powering Up the HP NetServer 1. Ensure the HP NetServer’s power cord is connected to a power source, and the PWR light on each of the HP NetServer’s power supplies is flashing green.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Powering Down the HP NetServer 1. Log off all users, and if necessary, back-up files. 2. Follow instructions in your network operating system (NOS) documentation to gracefully shut down all networking software and applications. 3.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports ACPI control provides at least three power states and depending on the NOS used and its ability to make changes to sleep states, perhaps more. 1st state is normal power On. To go to a fully powered on state, the HP NetServer must either be powered Off, or in a sleep state, and then the front panel Power On/OFF/Sleep switch is pressed for less than 4 seconds (default).
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Viewing Information on the Control Panel Display The HP NetServer LXr 8500’s control panel display can show HP NetServer configuration information, a log of current and past error conditions, replaceable parts information, and more. The control panel uses a two-line LCD display to provide the necessary information.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Main Menu The HP NetServer’s LCD control panel displays the following message by default: HP NetServer LXr 8500 1. To reach the main menu from this default window, press the control panel’s Enter button. The main menu appears with only two menu lines displayed at a time.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports HW Sys Info (Hardware System Information) Menu The HW Sys Info menu displays the HP NetServer’s configuration information for viewing only. The information provided includes the number, speed, and type of CPUs, cache information, and the amount of RAM on each memory board. 1.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports 1. To select FW Info from the Main Menu, press the Enter button. A display similar to the one shown below appears on the HP NetServers front panel display. **FW Info*** BMC ver xx.xx 2.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Event Log Menu The Event Log menu allows you to get information about current and resolved events from the HP NetServer’s event log and view it on the front panel display. The menu provides a list of all events currently in the log. These may be errors, or normal system events like a system boot.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Entry #008 Critical Pending 07 /22 /98 10 :27 :15 Proc. 2 FRB3 Failure 4. Use the front panel’s down-arrow key to scroll down through the entire entry. 5. To return to the Event Log menu, press the front panel’s Escape button. 6.
Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports However, this feature is NOS dependent and the dump area (hard drive) must be configured according to the instructions provided by your specific NOS. CAUTION If the dump area has not been properly configured according to your NOS instructions, you may get a system hang or unpredictable results.
3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Removing and Replacing the Front Bezel The front bezel is attached to the front of the HP NetServer using a hinge and latch. The bezel is mounted onto the hinge with three clips. You can swing the bezel open on its hinge, or remove the bezel entirely.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Removing and Replacing the HP NetServer’s Covers You can remove all or part of the HP NetServer’s top cover in the following situations: You must power down the HP NetServer before taking off the top cover. Remove the entire top cover for full access to the processor baseboard and the I/O baseboard.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 3. Press the power switch on the HP NetServer’s control panel when prompted by the operating system. Normally, this completes the power down procedure. NOTE The power supplies will continue to provide standby current to the HP NetServer until the power cable is disconnected.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Rack front columns Flanges Use anti-tip foot Use handle to pull out NetServer Figure 3-2. Sliding Out the HP NetServer ® 6. Use a Torx T-25 screwdriver to remove the screws holding the HP NetServer’s flanges to the rack front columns.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer A. Remove screws (2) B. Pull back cover ½ inch Figure 3-3. Removing screws and Sliding the Cover Back 10. Lift off the top cover. See Figure 3-4. The hooked edges holding the top cover in place may catch as you lift it up.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Embedded I/O Cover Figure 3-4. Lifting Off the Cover NOTE After removing the top cover, a metal shield (embedded I/O cover) blocks access to the I/O Riser board (it contains connections for peripheral devices - keyboard, mouse, etc.). To access the area under the I/O cover, lift off the I/O cover.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Finger Holes (2) I C Cable Embedded I/O Cover Rear of HP NetServer Figure 3-5. Replacing the I/O Cover 13. To replace the top cover, lower it onto the top of the HP NetServer, about a half-inch to the rear of its normally closed position.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer If you are replacing a PCI Hot Plug capable board with an identical board, then the HP NetServer can remain powered on. The HP NetServer can operate safely with this panel removed on a temporary basis. Refer to the topic "PCI Hot Plug Boards"...
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer A. Remove screws (2) B. Push panel back ½ inch Figure 3-6. Removing the PCI Access Panel’s Screws 4. Lift the PCI access panel away from the top cover. See Figure 3-7.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Remove the PCI Access Panel Figure 3-7. Lifting Off the Access Panel 5. To replace the PCI access panel, lower it onto the top cover, about ½ inch to the rear of its normally closed position. See Figure 3-6. 6.
4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Introduction This chapter describes how to install the internal Hot Swap SCSI hard disk drives and the optional DAT tape drive. The external SCSI drive connection requirements are provided later in this chapter. NOTE SCSI repeater electronics inside the HP NetServer’s peripheral bay isolate the internal LVD (Low-Voltage Differential) SCSI channel from non-LVD devices inside the chassis, typically the (DAT) tape drive.
This initiates the DAT tape drive, which emulates a CD-ROM, and it recovers the system files and configuration data for the HP NetServer from the latest backup tape(s). For more information, refer to the One Button Disaster Recovery White Paper available on Hewlett-Packard’s web site, at www.hp.com/netserver Boot Device Priority The HP NetServer’s boot order is determined by the slot location of the PCI board...
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices The SCSI Configuration Utility can be used to configure the boot order search to skip over the onboard SCSI channels and select a different PCI slot, when scanning for boot devices. Refer to Chapter 6, "Installing Additional Boards" and Chapter 10, "Configuring the HP NetServer"...
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Installing a Hot Swap SCSI Drive CAUTION Protect the drive from static electricity by leaving it in its anti- static bag until you are ready to install it. Before handling the drive, touch any unpainted metal surface to discharge static electricity.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Hot Swap Drive Filler Panel Figure 4-1. Hot Swap Drive and Filler Panel 3. On the drive, press the locking latch in and pull the ejector handle out as far as it can go easily, as shown in Figure 4-2. CAUTION To prevent damage to the ejector handle, do not use extreme force when you open it or the handle will snap off.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Locking tab pivots when the ejector handle is open Light Pipes (fragile) Ejector Handle Locking Latch Figure 4-2. Readying Drive For Installation 4. Slide the drive slowly and gently into the location until it stops. See Figure 4-1.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices 1. At the front of the HP NetServer, open the bezel. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer" for details. 2. To unlock the drive, push the locking latch in and then pull the ejector handle toward you.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices NOTE The HP NetServer must be shutdown to remove the peripheral bay. The peripheral bay can be removed without removing the memory board(s) or the Fan cage and the Processor tray. To remove the peripheral bay, refer to the following procedure. 1.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Front of NetServer LCD Panel Handle Peripheral Bay Assembly Thumb Screws (3) Memory Filler Panel Cover Handle Figure 4-4. Removing the Peripheral Bay ® 10. Remove the two screws (Torx T-15) holding the cover to the peripheral bay and remove the cover.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Screws (2) Cover Post (center) Filler Panel Mounting Rails (2) & Screws (4) Figure 4-5. Removing the Peripheral Bay Cover 15. Connect the two mounting rails from the filler panel to the tape drive. 16.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices 19. Ensure you do not damage or bend the metal EMI clips and copper grounding gasket on the front edge of the peripheral bay or the memory bay cover as you insert it. Connecting External SCSI Devices The second LVD SCSI channel B is connected directly to the external VHD (Very High Density) 68-pin SCSI connector on the rear panel.
5 Installing Additional Memory Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for adding memory to the HP NetServer LXr 8500, which includes guidelines for: Removing and installing a memory board (also adding a memory board) Installing or removing DIMMs on the memory board in any configuration DIMMs DIMM Connectors Memory Board...
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory CAUTION The memory boards and DIMMs from the HP NetServer LXr 8000 will not function in the HP NetServer LXr 8500. Single Memory Board NOTE If there are more than eight DIMMs in the NetServer, two memory boards must be installed to maintain compliance with Electromagnetic Compatibility Standards.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory As an increase in single DIMM sizes becomes available for the HP NetServer, the maximum allowable memory will increase, but the maximum number of DIMMs will remain at 32. For example, a 512 MB DIMM would increase memory capacity to 16 GB, (8 GB per memory board).
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Installing Additional Memory The HP NetServer must be powered down to install additional memory, but it does not require sliding the HP NetServer out of the rack. 1. Log off all users and if necessary, back-up files. 2.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory B. Pull up on LCD handle. A. Loosen captive screws (3) on Memory Bay C. Remove Cover. Memory Bay Cover Figure 5-3. Gaining Access to the Memory Board Bays 9. Pull open the two retaining latches holding the memory board in place. See Figure 5-4.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Retaining Latches A. Pull open retaining latches on memory board. B. Pull board from DIMM installed its slot. on underside of board. Figure 5-4. Removing a Memory Board 10. Hold the memory board by the corners and carefully pull the board from its slot.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory CAUTION Ensure you use SDRAM and not EDO DIMMs. The HP NetServer LXr 8000 DIMMs are not compatible with the HP NetServer LXr 8500 DIMMs. Use only SDRAM DIMMs acquired from HP. Contact HP Customer Support for a list of qualified DIMMs. HP will not support configurations using non-HP Buffered SDRAM DIMMs.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Figure 5-6. Installing a DIMM Module 16. Align the notches on the DIMM with the notches on the slot. 17. Hold the DIMM, as shown in Figure 5-6, with connector edge pointing straight down into the connector (at a 90 angle to the memory board). 18.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory 21. Once all DIMMs have been installed on the memory board or boards, you are ready to re-install each one into the HP NetServer. NOTE If the either memory slot is empty, the BIOS detects and ignores it during the boot process.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory 25. Close the memory board’s retaining latches, which should completely seat the memory board into the connector. The latches should grab the sides of the memory bay and hold the memory board firmly in place. CAUTION To prevent damage to the metal EMI clips and copper grounding casket, use gentle pressure when inserting the...
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory 4. Lift the DIMM completely away from the slot. See Figure 5-8. Figure 5-8. Removing a DIMM Module 5. Place the DIMM in its anti-static container. 6. Repeat Steps 2 through 5 to remove any additional DIMMs on the board. NOTE Ensure all retaining clips on the memory board are closed before re-inserting it into the HP NetServer.
Electrical code (NFPA 70) Class 2 or limited power source limits and must use appropriate interconnecting cabling in accordance with the National Electrical Code. All Hewlett-Packard boards comply with Class 2. Tools Required The following tools are required for removal and installation of accessories boards in the HP NetServer LXr 8500: ®...
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Remote Control Card The HP Remote Control board supports HP TopTools software and comes installed in the HP NetServer LXr 8500 from the factory in PCI slot 2, due to its boot order (Bus 0) and a required a cable connection to I/O baseboard. The I cable for the HP TopTools Remote Control card is inserted into connector J1F1 on the I/O baseboard.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards NOTE The HP NetServer can be configured to boot, by default, from a PCI accessory board instead of the onboard SCSI channels, by putting the board in slot P1. The NetServer can also be configured to boot from a PCI-based DAC inserted into a PCI slot in the I/O baseboard.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards I/O Baseboard Slots All accessory boards plug into the 10 slots on I/O baseboard at the rear of the HP NetServer’s chassis. All 10 PCI slots support both Non-Hot Plug and Hot Plug PCI boards. The PCI boards must have hot plug compliant software drivers to be PCI Hot Plug capable.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Four PCI slots (P7-P10) support full-length 32 or 64-bit boards at clock rates of 66 or 33 MHz. These slots only support boards with +3.3 VDC power and Universal boards. These slots have keys in the lower half of the board slot to prevent boards without +3.3 volt power from being inserted into the slots.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards All PCI boards without hot plug compliant drivers installed or removed in slots P1 through P10. 1. Read the documentation included with each board and follow any special instructions provided. CAUTION To prevent a system crash or hang, never open the PCI hold-down latch of a PCI slot with the HP NetServer powered on.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards 7. Release the PCI hold-down latch to open the slot. See Figure 6-3. B. Pull latch to half open from rear. A. Push here to release (should click). Figure 6-3. Opening the PCI Hold-Down Latch The PCI hold-down latch is used to keep the PCI boards in place and to activate the PCI slot power switch and PCI LED board.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards A. Push here from outside to move in. Slot Cover B. Lift Up and Out of Slot Figure 6-4. Removing the PCI Slot Cover NOTE To prevent intermittent problems, ensure each unused PCI slot has a PCI slot cover in place. If a PCI board is removed and not re-installed, you must ensure the unused slot has a PCI slot cover installed.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards PCI Board Guide Latch Open Latch Figure 6-5. PCI Board Guide Latch CAUTION Do not bend the PCI board to install it into the slot. If the full-length PCI board has a handle on the end of the board that prevents its installation, remove the handle before installing the board.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Insert board Ensure PCI hold-down latch is at least half open before inserting board. Figure 6-6. Installing the Accessory Board 13. Close the PCI hold-down latch by pushing it in from the rear of the HP NetServer until it clicks.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards B. The latch should click into place. A. Push the PCI hold-down latch in from the rear. C. Close the latch on the PCI board guide. Figure 6-7. Closing the PCI Hold-Down Latch NOTE If the PCI hold-down latch does not fully close (click), the slot will not be powered on when the HP NetServer reboots.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." 19. Power on the HP NetServer according to the respective NOS power up instructions. NOTE When the HP NetServer reboots, all PCI slots (with the PCI hold-down latch closed) power on and all new accessory boards are recognized, regardless of the presence of a driver or a PCI Hot Plug Utility.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards For current PCI Hot Plug information regarding NOS support and the availability of PCI Hot Plug compliant drivers, search for PCI Hot Plug on HP’s web site at: http://www.hp.com/netserver/products/lxr8500 To access the PCI Hot Plug Replacement procedures in Information Assistant for the respective NOS, you must have the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM provided with the HP NetServer LXr 8500.
7 Installing Additional Processors Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for installing additional processors in the HP NetServer LXr 8500. The HP NetServer supports up to eight processor modules (8-way) on two processor carrier boards mounted on the processor baseboard. See Figures 7-1 through 7-3. The standard configuration (4-way) only uses the first four processor slots on the left processor carrier board mounted on the processor baseboard.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Use only HP recommended processor modules for the HP NetServer LXr 8500. Additional processors must match existing processor module or be changed. It is not acceptable to mix processor modules (Pentium II or III) with various speeds, cache sizes, and product numbers. Your HP reseller can advise you about matching processor modules.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Table 7-2. Processor Baseboard Configuration (8-way) Required Number of Terminators for Processors Install in These These Processor to Install Carrier Slots Carrier Slots Carriers Left Processor 1 Right Processor 2 Left Processor 2 Right Processor 3 Left Processor 3 Right Processor 4 Left Processor 4...
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Right Processor Left Processor Carrier Board Carrier Board J6A1 Right Processor Left Processor Module Slots Module Slots Left Cache Right Cache Coherency Filter Coherency Filter Figure 7-1. Processor Baseboard The processor modules are installed into the unused slots on the processor carrier boards as needed and all empty slots on both processor carrier boards must have a terminator installed.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Terminators (CPU + Term (+ 4 on right) = 8) Cache Coherency Filters (Installed 1 Processor on 4-way) Module (min) Right Processor Carrier Board LCD Display Processor Cage Front Panel Board Processor Tray Processor Baseboard J6A1 Jumper Left Processor Block...
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 1 Processor Module (min) 4 Processor Modules Right Processor Carrier Board Both Cache Coherency Processor Cage Filters Installed Locking Bar (4) (required for 8-way) J6A1 Jumper Block Left Processor Carrier Board Figure 7-3. 8-Way Configuration Processor Installation NOTE The following steps assume the HP NetServer is already in a...
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors CAUTION Do not attempt to install or remove PCI boards with the HP NetServer in any kind of sleep state, or a system crash or hang may occur. 2. If required, extend the HP NetServer out from the rack on its slides by performing the necessary steps, including the safety precautions.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Reserved Reserved (Default = Open/Disabled) Reserved (Default = Open/Enabled) Reserved (Default = Open/Enabled) Processor Speed (Bit 2) Open = No Jumper Closed = Jumper Processor Speed (Bit 3) Extra Jumper Stored Here Figure 7-4. J6A1 Jumper Block Positions (500 MHz) (Processor Baseboard Jumper Block) J61A Jumper Settings for...
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors CAUTION The processors are sensitive to static electricity, and can be easily damaged by improper handling. Do the following when handling the accessory kit: Leave the processor in the anti-static container until you are ready to install it. Use an anti-static wrist strap and a grounding mat.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors C. Lift cover off processor cage. B. Swing cover open to 45 . A. Loosen both captive screws. Figure 7-6. Opening the Processor Cage 10. At the top of the processor cage, remove the existing terminator from the desired slot (next available processor slot).
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors A. Pull up retaining latches. B. Lift terminator out of slot. Figure 7-7. Removing the Terminator 11. Remove the processor module from its sealed bag. 12. Install the processor into the next available slot in the processor cage. See Figure 7-8.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors A. Ensure latches point straight up. B. Align processor with slot guides. C. Push processor into slot firmly. Slot Guides Figure 7-8. Installing a Processor 13. Rotate the retaining latches to seat the processor module firmly in the connector.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Close both latches to secure processor. Figure 7-9. Retaining Latches in Closed Position 15. Replace the cover on the processor cage. a. Position the cover tabs into the matching slots on the rear rim of the cage.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Close and secure processor cage cover. Figure 7-10. Closing the Processor Cage Cover 16. Replace the top cover on the chassis. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." 17. Reconnect the power cord. 18.
8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter provides the mounting instructions for the HP NetServer LXr 8500 in a HP System/E or System/U rack. The illustration below shows the characteristics of the System/E and System/U racks. If you are using the older HP Systems rack, refer to Chapter 13 for instructions.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer NOTE If you want to put your HP NetServer into a third-party rack not mentioned in the guide, you may be able to find relevant documentation on HP’s web site at the following URL: http://www.hp.com/netserver/servsup The HP NetServer rack mount kit requires 7 EIA units of space in the rack.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Safety Precautions Always keep the following safety and environmental issues in mind, especially if you install the HP NetServer in a non-HP rack environment: Optimum Operating Environment – The optimum operating environment for the HP NetServer LXr 8500 is in a environmentally controlled computer room with a temperature range of 20 to 22 C (68 to 72 F) at 40 to 60% relative humidity.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer HP NetServer Rack Mount Parts List Ensure the rack-mounting kit provided with the HP NetServer contains the following parts: Table 8-1. Parts for Rack Mount Kit Quantity Description Slides Rack Nuts Rack Nut Screws (M5 x 16mm) Screws for Slides (8-32 x ¼...
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer If your HP NetServer is still in its box, the template should be in the accessories tray that sits on top of the HP NetServer itself. 2. Hold the template alongside the outside face (the front) of one of the front rack columns.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 5. Attach rack nuts to the outside face of the other front rack column. See Steps 2 through 4. 6. Turn the template over and use it to mount rack nuts on the left-rear and right-rear rack columns.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Extend rack’s anti-tip foot from front of rack for saftey. Figure 8-5. Mounting the Slides to the Rack Columns 3. With the slide pushed firmly into position, insert two screws through the slide’s front bracket into the rack nuts on the left-front column. a.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Rack Installation This section describes removing the power supplies, installing the HP NetServer in the rack, connecting the Cable Management Arm to the rear of the HP NetServer and mounting the front bezel. Removing the Power Supplies 1.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Placing the HP NetServer in the Rack Use this procedure to position the HP NetServer into the extended slides and secure the chassis to the slides. 1. Ensure you have extended the anti-tip foot from the rack, before continuing this procedure.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer WARNING To prevent the rack from rolling while you mount the HP NetServer, ensure the leveler screws on the rack’s lower four corners are in firm contact with the floor. 3. With the help of at least one other person, lift the HP NetServer by its four handles off the floor or pallet.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer The HP NetServer’s handles will support the HP NetServer on the slides, temporarily. 6. Adjust the HP NetServer’s position on the slides to line up the mounting holes on the each side of the chassis with the screw holes in the slide members.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 10. Press in the release latches on each slide, and push the HP NetServer all the way into the rack. The flanges on each side of the HP NetServer’s front edge must rest firmly against the two front rack columns.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 12. Re-install the three power supplies into the HP NetServer. 13. Go to "Attaching the Cable Management Arm" before securing the HP NetServer in the rack. Attaching the Cable Management Arm The Cable Management Arm for the HP NetServer LXr 8500 can only be mounted on HP Systems racks.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer The threaded inserts are located near the power inlet receptacle. Rear of NetServer Left Rear Rack Column Cable Management Arm Figure 8-12. Attaching the Cable Management Arm ® 4. Attach the flange to the HP NetServer with the two 6-32 pan head Torx T-15 screws, included with the Arm.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 9. If the Cable Management Arm installation appears to be successful, continue with the next procedure, "Mounting the Front Bezel. Mounting the Front Bezel The front bezel is attached to the HP NetServer with a hinge and a latch. The hinge and latch must be attached to the front of the HP NetServer before mounting the bezel.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 2. Swing the hinge to the left to bring it against the front of the HP NetServer. See Figure 8-13. 3. Insert the screws through the hinge into the three holes in the HP NetServer and hand-tighten.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Figure 8-15. Attaching the Bezel Latch 6. At the front of the rack, insert the screws through the flanges into the rack ® nuts and secure the HP NetServer to the front rack columns with a Torx T-25 driver.
Chapter 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Figure 8-16. Attaching the Bezel to the HP NetServer Continuing with the Rack Installation Process After you install the HP NetServer in the rack, refer to the Rack Installation Road Map to continue with the process of installing and configuring your HP rack system.
9 Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, and UPS Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for connecting a monitor, keyboard, mouse and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) to the rear of the HP NetServer LXr 8500. The I/O Riser board on the I/O baseboard, inside the HP NetServer, provides the circuitry and a connector for the video, mouse, serial (2), parallel, and keyboard ports at the rear of the chassis.
Chapter 9 Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, and UPS NOTE If you have a console switch box, refer to the switch box user guide for instructions on connecting the keyboard, mouse, and monitor. The Keyboard and Mouse ports are PS/2 ports and are interchangeable.
10 Configuring the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for setting up the software functions on your HP NetServer. You may choose to do this before or after installing the HP NetServer in the rack. For more information on the overall process, refer to the HP Rack Installation Roadmap and Chapter 1, "Setting Up the HP NetServer."...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer To ensure you have the latest versions of the HP NetServer Navigator software, obtain the current HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM Release History. The Release History is updated for each new release of the CD-ROM. The Release History briefly describes the following for each release: Major changes to the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM that were made for that release...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer You can obtain the Release History and Status Report for your CD-ROM in one of these ways: Internet WWW--http://www.hp.com:80/netserver/support/news_main.html Internet FTP--ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/servers Obtaining Up-to-Date Configuration Details You can find up-to-date configuration information on the Navigator CD-ROM, both in the Readme File and in Configuration Assistant.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer The Readme file contains the latest information to help you install your HP NetServer LXr 8500. Configuration Assistant Configuration Assistant guides you through the steps necessary to configure the HP NetServer. You can view configuration advisories at one step and change your hardware if necessary.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 4. Follow the on screen instructions in Configuration Assistant to continue the HP NetServer installation. Express Configuration Express configuration is the preferred method to configure your HP NetServer since it leads you through the configuration process in sequence and offers you default selections.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Select No for manual NOS installation. Perform a manual NOS installation if you are installing a NOS other than certain versions of Novell NetWare/IntranetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server, or if you have replaced any HP components. For Manual NOS Installation Only: Before you perform a manual NOS installation, you must print instructions and manually create NOS-specific driver diskettes as follows:...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Configure Disk Array: This configures your HP disk array, but you must decide how you want the Disk Array configured, such as RAID levels, drive partitions, etc., before proceeding. Click Help for more details. Install Utility Partition: This step creates an 32 MB utility partition on the HP NetServer’s hard disk where HP Navigator will copy DiagTools, the BIOS Update utility,...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Execute Card Utilities: This executes the available configuration utilities for installed cards. Create Drivers Diskette(s): SCSI IDE HP NetRaid Adapter and video adapter drivers for MS Windows NT 4.0 on the HP NetServer LXr 8500. Recommended Steps Update System BIOS: This utility will update the system BIOS.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Create Drivers Diskette(s): On the Create Drivers Diskette(s) screen, select Create Drivers Diskette(s) to create one or more customized diskettes containing HP drivers and configuration files to use when you install the NOS. Print and Read Instructions: You may already have done this directly from the Custom Configuration menu option Show NOS Instructions.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer TopTools for HP NetServers HP TopTools for HP NetServers is browser-based management software that provides remote administration and monitoring of critical HP NetServer components. TopTools provides vital information for the fastest troubleshooting and proactive management of HP NetServers. Processors, memory, storage, and NICs are a few examples of the components managed by TopTools.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer LAN or modem-based server management and alerting through a pager or e-mail for improved remote administration of your HP NetServer LXr 8500. TopTools Remote Control provides: Remote monitoring of critical HP NetServer components, regardless of server state Access, regardless of system state, for troubleshooting and problem resolution...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer NOTE HP recommends using the HP DiagTools utility to verify all HP NetServer functions are operating correctly, after completing all the configuration topics. The HP DiagTools utility also generates a text file containing the hardware detected and the DiagTools test results.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Main Menu The setup utility consists of a main menu that leads to several configuration screens. The menu choices are: Main - Sets system time and date, language, keyboard characteristics, and changes flexible disk drive type and processor information. Advanced (Advanced configuration settings) - Includes PCI configuration and I/O device configuration and sets HP NetServer to work with a plug-and-play OS, selects a large disk access mode, sets a pause before...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer If certain fields ask you to choose from a list of entries, press the plus (+) or minus(-) keys repeatedly to display each possible entry, or press the Return key to choose from a pop-up menu. If small arrows precede some field names, you can access the submenu by selecting it with the arrow keys and pressing the Return key.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer NOTE To leave the dialog without entering a password, press the Esc key at any time. 6. In the Confirm New Password field, type the password again and then press the Enter key. 7. Select the Exit menu by using the right-arrow or left-arrow key. 8.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 7. Move to System Date field to enter the system date in the field. The System Date field also has separate fields for month, day, and year. The System Date fields are entered in the same way as the time fields. 8.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 1. ATAPI CD-ROM Drive 2. Removable Devices 3. Hard Drive The list provides the current boot order of the HP NetServer’s internal mass storage devices. In this list, Removable Devices refers to the HP NetServer's flexible disk drive.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 2. Once in the utility, press the F9 key. A dialog box appears with this message: Load default configuration now? 3. Choose Yes from the dialog box. 4. Use the right-arrow or left-arrow key to go to the Advanced menu. 5.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer This option configures the SCSI ID setting and other advanced adapter settings. 5. To format a hard disk or change hard disk parameters: Select an adapter from the list in the main menu. Select Device Selections. Select the hard disk to format.
11 Information Assistant Overview This chapter describes how to access and use Information Assistant, which contains the entire set of documentation for your HP NetServer. Information Assistant is located on the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM, which includes your specific HP NetServer. Information Assistant provides a quick and efficient means to locate information about installing, managing and servicing your HP NetServer.
Chapter 11 Information Assistant Search for a word or phrase using Search. Search performs full- text searches for topic text. It not only takes you to the topic found, but highlights the word or words found by the search. You can use search operators such as AND, OR, NOT, and NEAR to further narrow your search.
Chapter 11 Information Assistant After selecting the print option, the Windows Print dialog box appears. Print options vary with the capabilities of your printer. Installing HP Information Assistant Software HP Information Assistant runs on a PC running Windows 3.1 and above, Windows 95 or Windows NT.
12 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Tools If you are having problems installing your HP NetServer, there are a number of different tools available for troubleshooting: HP NetServer Information Assistant (see Chapter 11) contains the following tools: Troubleshooting Information Part Information List of Error Messages and Beep Error Messages WARNING Before removing the top cover, always disconnect the power cord and unplug telephone cables.
The following sections contain general procedures to help you locate installation problems. If you need assistance, it is recommended that you contact your reseller first. If you require assistance from Hewlett-Packard, see the "Warranty and Service/Support Booklet" or refer to the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM included with your product.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Ensure the HP NetServer is configured properly. Most HP NetServer problems are the result of incorrect NetServer and SCSI subsystem configurations. Check the Setup Utility. If the HP NetServer is configured with a disk array, check the Disk Array Utility.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting If the HP NetServer Will Not Power On Use these steps to check for power related problems: 1. On the control panel, verify the LCD screen’s backlight is lit (green glow). a. If it is lit, the HP NetServer is receiving AC power. b.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting See Chapter 2, "Controls, Indicators, and Ports" for instructions on checking the error log from the control panel LCD. If the control panel LCD displays post code FF, the system board could be bad. Contact your support representative for assistance. If the pass code on the control panel LCD changes from 00 to C0, and there is no video display, ensure the video board is properly seated.
Check all accessory boards are firmly seated in the slots. c. Verify the DIMMs are firmly seated on the memory board. d. Verify the DIMMs are made by Hewlett-Packard. e. Ensure all disk drive power and data cables are securely and properly connected, at the rear of each drive.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 5. Press F10 to save the configuration changes and exit. The HP NetServer reboots and the processor should be re-enabled. Error Codes and Messages This section provides the error codes and messages occurring during POST (Power-On Self Test) and normal operation. The error codes and messages appear on the front control panel’s LCD display.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Post Error Codes The POST error codes and the respective descriptions are listed below. Refer to the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM for the appropriate response. Table 12-1. POST Error Codes Code Description 0200 Failure fixed disk 0210 Stuck key 0211...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Table 12-1. POST Error Codes (continued) Code Description 8108 Watchdog timer failed on last boot 8110 Server management interface failed to function 814B BMC update mode 8150 NVRAM cleared by jumper 8152 ESCD data cleared 8153 Password cleared by switch 8154 Sensor Data Record Empty 8155...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Table 12-1. POST Error Codes (continued) Code Description 8176 BIOS does not support current stepping for Left Processor 2 8177 BIOS does not support current stepping for Left Processor 1 8180 PB64 failed to respond 8181 Mismatch among processors detected – CPU ID and processor stepping are not the same.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Table 12-1. POST Error Codes (continued) Code Description 8233 Right Processor 1 thermal trip failure 8234 Left Processor 4 thermal trip failure 8235 Left Processor 3 thermal trip failure 8236 Left Processor 2 thermal trip failure 8237 Left Processor 1 thermal trip failure 8240 Right Processor 4 disabled...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Table 12-1. POST Error Codes (continued) Code Description 8271 Right memory carrier failed 8272 DIMM not fully configured – Left Jx 8273 DIMM not fully configured – Right Jx 8274 Memory error detected in DIMM Left Jx 8275 Memory error detected in DIMM Right Jx 8276...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Front Panel Status Messages If an error is detected during normal operation of an HP NetServer 8500 function, the Front Panel Status Messages appear on the LCD display. The status messages will appear on the display, even if the front panel power switch is turned Off, as long as, the NetServer remains connected to live AC power.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Table 12-2. Front Panel Error Messages (continued) Display Message Description ERROR: Unable to power off Fan board failure. See Note 2. Power is OFF unexpectedly AC power failure. See Note 2. Vcc will be on in xx seconds No error;...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Table 12-3. IRQ Assignments Component/ Interrupt Interrupt PCI Slot Number Slot 10 Slot 10 Onboard SCSI Channel B Slot 10 Slot 10 Slot 9 Slot 9 Slot 9 Slot 9 Slot 8 Slot 8 Slot 8 Slot 8 Slot 7 Slot 7 Slot 7...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Table 12-3. IRQ Assignments (continued) Component/ Interrupt Interrupt PCI Slot Number Slot 4 Slot 4 Slot 4 Slot 4 Slot 3 Slot 3 Slot 3 Video PIIX4E Slot 3 Slot 2 Slot 2 Slot 2 Slot 2 Slot 1 Slot 1 Slot 1...
13 Alternative Rack Mounting Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Systems rack. Figure 13-1 shows the Systems rack. If you have the newer HP System/E or System/U racks, go to Chapter 8. If you are mounting the HP NetServer in a non-HP rack, see the documentation in the appropriate rack accessory kit.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting The HP NetServer rack mount kit requires seven EIA units of space in the rack. Before mounting the server, plan the HP NetServer’s location in the rack relative to other rack components. Proper placement is vital both for safety and operating efficiency.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting NetServer’s fans will only operate correctly if both front and rear doors of the rack allow free air flow (perforated openings), or are removed. Mechanical Loading - Uneven mechanical loading within the rack can cause hazardous conditions. To prevent this in your installation plans, place the heaviest components in the bottom of the rack, mounting all components as low in the rack as is practical.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Preparing the Rack The rack nuts and slide mechanism must be connected to the rack before installing the HP NetServer LXr 8500 into the rack. A cardboard rack-mounting template comes with the HP NetServer. This template shows you where to mount the nuts on the rack.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Seventeenth Left Right Hole From Bottom Front of Rack Ninth Hole From Bottom Attach nuts to this Bottom of face of left-front and NetServer right-front rack columns. Figure 13-2. Rack Nut Placement on Front Rack Columns 6.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Slide Brackets Figure 13-3. Removing the Slides’ Mounting Flanges 2. Pull the anti-tip foot forward out of the bottom of the rack. 3. Hold the template alongside the inside face (side) of the left-front rack column.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Right Rear Left Rear Studs on slides Studs on slides will mount through will mount through this face of columns. this face of columns. Left Front Right Front Stud on slide will mount in fifth hole from bottom of NetServer.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting d. Tighten the nuts on both screws. Anti-tip Foot Figure 13-5. Securing the Slides to the Rack 10. Repeat Steps 1 through 9, and attach the other slide to the right-front and right-rear rack columns. WARNING With power supplies in place, the HP NetServer does not balance evenly when lifted by its handles.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Rack Installation This section describes removing the power supplies and installing the HP NetServer into the rack. Removing the Power Supplies 1. Before lifting the HP NetServer, you must remove all three power supply modules to reduce the HP NetServers weight for lifting. 2.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Placing the HP NetServer in the Rack Use this procedure to position the HP NetServer into the extended slides and secure the chassis to the slides. 1. Ensure you have extended the anti-tip foot from the rack, before continuing this procedure.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting WARNING To prevent the rack from rolling while you mount the HP NetServer, ensure the leveler screws on the rack’s lower four corners are in firm contact with the floor. 3. With the help of at least one other person, lift the HP NetServer by its four handles.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 7. Insert the screws into the slides’ holes to secure the chassis to the slides. ® 8. Use a Torx T-20 driver to remove the screws holding the handles to the HP NetServer. See Figure 13-9. 9.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Press in release latch on each slide and push the HP NetServer into the rack. Figure 13-10. Pressing in the Release Latches ® 11. Insert the screws through the flanges into the rack nuts and use a Torx T-25 driver to secure the HP NetServer to the rack columns.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 1. Place the hinge into the slots on the front of the HP NetServer at the left front edge as shown in Figure 13-11. The two hooks on the rear of the hinge must fit into the two matching holes on the front of the HP NetServer.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 3. Insert the screws through the hinge into the three holes in the HP NetServer and hand-tighten. See Figure 13-12. Looking through the open side of the hinge, you can see three raised holes for screws. These holes align with holes on the HP NetServer itself. 1.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Figure 13-13. Attaching the Bezel Latch. 6. Hold the bezel in front of the HP NetServer and line it up with the hinge and bezel latch. 7. Press it firmly into place, especially at the top-left and bottom-left corners. You should hear several clicks as the bezel snaps into place on the hinge and latch.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Figure 13-14. Attaching the Bezel to the HP NetServer Continuing with the Rack Installation Process After you install the HP NetServer in the rack, refer to the Rack Installation Road Map to continue with the process of installing and configuring your HP rack system.
A Specifications Power Requirements Table A-1. Power Requirements 200-240 VAC; 50/60 Hz Voltage and frequency Maximum continuous power 1100 W Maximum (8-CPU configuration) input Operating Current 5.6 AMPs Maximum at 200/208 Volts AC 4.9 AMPs Maximum at 230/240 Volts AC 150 AMPs for 4 ms Maximum inrush current Delayed action circuit breaker...
Appendix A Specifications Table A-2. Power Supply Characteristics (single) Input Power 200-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz Output Power 750 Watts +3.3 VDC Output Voltages +5.0 VDC +12.0 VDC -12.0 VDC +5.0 VDC Standby NOTE: See Figure A-1 below, power supply labels, and Note for part numbers. The compatible power supplies are listed on the label inside the HP NetServer.
Appendix A Specifications NOTE To ensure reliable operation of HP NetServer LXr 8500, use only HP compatible power supplies. The power supply shipped with the HP NetServer is part number 0950-3663 (all revisions). See Figure A-1 above. Older power supplies from the HP NetServer LXr 8000 are not compatible with the HP NetServer LXr 8500.
Appendix A Specifications Internal Assemblies I/O Baseboard Right Processor Carrier Front Panel Control Board Left Processor Carrier Memory Boards(2) Processor Baseboard Figure A-2. HP NetServer LXr 8500 (Internal View)
Appendix A Specifications Processor Baseboard Left Processor Right Processor Carrier Board Carrier Board Processor Baseboard Left Processor Right Processor Module Sockets Module Sockets J6A1 Left Cache Right Cache Coherency Filter Coherency Filter Figure A-3. Processor Baseboard NOTE See Chapter 7, "Installing Additional Processors," for details on processor configuration guidelines.
Appendix A Specifications I/O Baseboard Battery IDE (CD-ROM) Configuration Switch Block SCSI A Flexible Disk Drive SCSI B (J1F1) Remote Control Board Cable Auxiliary I C PCI LED Display Cable I/O Riser Slot P8-P7 P10-P9 P6-P3 P2-P1 Remote Control +3.3 VDC +3.3 VDC +5 VDC +5 VDC...
B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance Your HP NetServer LXr 8500 is in the Class A configuration. Refer to the appropriate information below. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements have been established in many countries to regulate the radio frequency energy generated by Information Technology Equipment (ITE).
Appendix B Regulatory Information Notice for Canada (Industry Canada) For Products Labeled "Class A" This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Appendix B Regulatory Information Notice for Korea For Products Labeled "Class A" (Translation) User Guide (Class A) Please note that this equipment has been approved for business purposes with regard to electromagnetic interference. If purchased in error for use in a residential area, you may wish to exchange the equipment where you purchased it.
FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Supplementary Information: 1) The product was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard peripherals. 2) Models were configured with a network interface board and shielded twisted-pair data cable. 3) The product complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: ì...
Appendix B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices – Product Safety The following information only applies to HP NetServers with factory-installed components. CD-ROM and Laser Safety Statements The following information applies only to NetServers with factory-installed drives. CD-ROM Electrical Safety Statement - United States WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
Appendix B Regulatory Information Laser Safety - Finland LASERTURVALLISUUS LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT LXr 8500 - verkkopalvelimeen voidaan asentaa lisävarusteena laitteensisainen CD-ROM-lukulaite, joka on laserlaite. Kyseinen CD-ROM-lukulaite on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1 laserlaite. Normaalissa käytössä lukulaitteen suojakotelo estää laseräteen pääsyn laiteen ulkopuolelle.
Appendix B Regulatory Information This CD-ROM Drive Unit is classified as a CLASS 1 CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. LASER PRODUCT The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on LASSER the top of the drive. KLASSE 1 PRODUKT Bei diesem CD-ROM-Laufwerk CDU56S handelt es sich um ein Laser-Produkt der Klasse 1.
Appendix B Regulatory Information Power Line Harmonic Statement This statement applies to all models of the HP NetServer LXr 8500. Power Line Harmonic Statement - Japan (Translation) This product conforms to the Power Line Harmonics guideline. Noise and Ergonomic Statement Noise Declaration and Ergonomic Statement - Germany Sound Pressure: LpA <...
C Service and Support For all Service and Support information, see the Warranty and Service/Support Booklet included with your product.
D Warranty and Software License Warranty See the Warranty and Service/Support Booklet included with your product for all warranty and service/support information. HP Software Product License Agreement ATTENTION: USE OF THE SOFTWARE IS SUBJECT TO THE HP SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS SET FORTH BELOW. USING THE SOFTWARE INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE LICENSE TERMS.
Appendix D Warranty and Software License If your Computer was shipped with a Recovery CD, (i) the Recovery CD and/or Support Utility software may be used only for restoring the hard disk of the HP computer system with which the Recovery CD originally was provided, and (ii) if separate EULA(s) are included with your Computer for any other MS products which are included on the Recovery CD, those MS products are subject to the terms of their respective EULA(s).
Index boot password I/O Baseboard Configuration switch, 4-way configuration 1 processor module min., 78 RMC setting change, 123 2 processor carrier boards, 78 setting, 122 7 terminators max., 78 boot priority required terminations, 78 slot location, 38 boot priority also boot order, 62 8-way configuration boot order, 38, 63 2 processor carrier boards, 79...
Index EMI clip damage, 46 boot messages displayed, 19 light pipe damage, 42 controls temporarily disabled, 19 mechanical shock damage, 40 CPU number, 21 memory bay cover damage, 46 CPU speed, 21 mixing SCSI devices, 47 custom defined text, 8 PCI hold-down latch, 66 display text absent, 22 PCI Hot Plug Switch diabled, 65...
Index peripheral bay cover, 45 mismatched, 50 processor cage, 83 removing, 58 top cover, 28 Diskette Library CPU number BIOS Update, 120 LCD display, 21 DiagTools, 120 Custom configuration, 115 HP NetServer Assistant, 120 NOS Drivers, 120 PowerWise Assistant, 120 DAT tape drive Drive Array Controller (DAC), 38 optional, 14...
Index LCD display, 22 DAT tape drive, 14 front bezel, 5 Fan indicators, 15 hinge mounting, 104, 162 SCSI hard drives, 14 installing mounting hardware, 103, Hot Plug Utility NOS dependent, 72 latch mounting, 104, 163 Hot Swap SCSI drives. See also removing and replacing, 27 Symbios Configuration Utility snap into place, 27...
Index HP NetServer service and support, 181 boot device priority, 39 Setup Utility (BIOS), 120 Cabling Reference Guide, 90, 102, shipped fully-configured, 3 software license agreement, 183 Cabling Reference Guide, 3 space requirements, 169 CD-ROM contents, 109 status LEDs, 9 configuration process, 3 supported processors, 75 connection process, 2...
Index hidden, 14 configuration information, 8 HP NetServer status, 9 configured memory, 21 PCI board LEDs, 10 CPU speed, 21 power LED, 6 custom defined text, 8 power supply LEDs, 11 display text absent, 22 reset LED, 6 Event Log, 20 Secure Mode LED, 6 firmware versions, 22 stop light status, 9...
Index illustration, 49 DAT tape drive, 38 incompatibility, 50, 55 save DR boot image, 38 installing, 57 online documentation. See Information installing DIMMs, 55 Assistant location, 52 Optimum operating environment, 91, recommended configuration, 49 removing, 54 optional replacing, 57 DAT tape drive, 14 supported capacity, 50 other devices, 14, 43 memory configuration...
Index NOS dependent, 61 compatibility, 169 NOS Hot Plug Utility, 72 incompatibility, 100, 161 replacement, 72 Limitations, 169 PCI Hot Plug Replacement power-down procedure, 17, 28 HP NetServer Documentation CD- power-on procedure, 16 ROM, 72 precautions Information Assistant, 72 troubleshooting, 133 procedures, 72 processor baseboard, 77 PCI slot covers...
Index Battery, 179 rack installation CD-ROM, 177 7 EIA unit span, 152, 154 Declaration of Conformity, 176 alternate installation, 149 Electromagnetic Compliance, 173 Cable Management Arm, 101 Ergonomics, 180 HP System/E rack, 89 Laser, 177 HP System/U rack, 89 Noise, 180 HP Systems rack, 149 Power Line Harmonics, 180 identifying rack type, 89, 149...
Index boot order, 39 PCI access panel, 34 Channels A and B, 39 Single memory board low-voltage differential (LVD), 37 BIOS detects empty slot, 50, 57 removing from boot order, 126 illustration, 49 SCSI Configuration Utility, 126. See mixed order, 50 also Symbios Configuration Utility mixed sizes, 50 change boot order, 38...
Index anti-static service kit, 54 utilities nut driver or wrench, 153 BIOS Update (Flash) Utility, 111 T-10 Torx driver, 45 BIOS Update (Flash)Utility, 115 T-15 Torx driver, 30, 33, 36, 44 Board Configuration Utilities, 115 T-20 driver, 99 Configuration Assistant, 112 T-25 Torx driver, 30 DiagTools Utility, 119 Torx T-15 driver, 102...