HP D5970A - NetServer - LCII Handbook

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HP NetServer Product Line
Service Reference Guide
Volume 1
Low-End and Accessories
Version 1
Last Updated: February 2000

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    HP NetServer Product Line Service Reference Guide Volume 1 Low-End and Accessories Version 1 Last Updated: February 2000...

  • Page 2: Audience Assumptions

    Hewlett-Packard assumes no responsibility for the use or reliability of its software on equipment that is not furnished by Hewlett-Packard.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents General System Information System Connector Pinouts System Support HP NetServer Navigator Release History and Status Report HP NetServer Navigator Subscription Service World Wide Web and Internet FTP Proactive Notification for HP NetServer Products Automated Fax HP NetServer Support News Ordering HP Cables, Drive Trays, and Technical Publications Troubleshooting Tools Common Installation Problems...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Setup Program - HP NetServer E Series Saving Changes to the Setup Configuration PrintCFG Utility PrintCFG Syntax HPView Utility HPView Command Syntax HPUpdate Utility Running the HPUpdate Utility HPUpdate Utility and HP NetServer LE, LF HP Flash Memory Update Utility and the HP NetServer LM HP NetServer DiagTools Advantages and Limitations of Hardware Diagnostics HP NetServer Diagnostic Assistant...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Covers Memory Boot Device Priority Exploded Views Parts List Keyboards Power Cords Cables System Board System Switches Processor Switch Settings Specifications HP NetServer E60 System Views Covers Memory Boot Device Priority Exploded Views Parts List Keyboards Power Cords System Board System Switch Details Processor Switch Settings Specifications...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Parts List Specifications HP NetServer Rack Storage/12 FC Information System Views Front View Rear View Covers FCArray Controller Card FCArray Controller Status LED Accessories Management Board Power Supplies RAID Management Configurations Cluster Configurations Single Host Configuration Host Cluster Configuration Multi-Array Configuration Single Host and Hub Configuration Host Cluster and Hub Configuration Multi-Array and Hub Configuration...

  • Page 7: General System Information, System Connector Pinouts

    General System Information System Connector Pinouts Serial Port Connector Parallel Port Connector STROBE - 1 14 - AUTO FD DO - 2 1 - CF (DCD) 15 - ERROR D1 - 3 (DSR) CC - 6 16 - INIT D2 - 4 2 - BB (RD) 17 - SLCT (OUT) D3 - 5...

  • Page 9: System Support, Hp Netserver Navigator Release History And Status Report, Hp Netserver Navigator Subscription Service

    System Support HP NetServer Navigator Release History and Status Report To obtain a Release History or a Status Report, you will need a Document Number. Release History: Document Number is 6005 Status Report: The number is different for each Status Report. Each version of the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM has a four-digit Document Number printed on the disk.

  • Page 10: Automated Fax, Hp Netserver Support News, Ordering Hp Cables, Drive Trays, And Technical Publications

    NetServer Support news articles Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) documents Accessory information You can sign up for Proactive Notification by visiting the following World Wide Web URL: http://proact.hp.com:8088/NetServer netserver.hp.com/netserver/support Automated Fax In the U.S., call (800) 333-1917 from a push button tone phone to request that an index of available documents be sent to your fax machine.

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    Other countries. Call your local HP office. Also available for part or manual identification: call (800) 227-8164 After hours ordering: (916) 785-3035.

  • Page 13: Troubleshooting Tools, Common Installation Problems, Troubleshooting Sequence

    Troubleshooting Tools Common Installation Problems WARNING Before removing the cover, always disconnect the power cord and unplug telephone cables. Disconnect the power cord to avoid exposure to high energy levels that may cause burns when parts are short-circuited by metal objects such as tools or jewelry.

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    If the System Powers On but the System Fails the POST (Power-On Self Test) Do one of the following: If the system gives a series of beeps, this indicates a system error. If the system fails POST, an error message displays on the screen. If the System Passes the POST (Power-On Self Test) but Will Not Function If an error message displays on the screen, read the error message text for actions to take.

  • Page 17: Hp Netserver Utilities, Configuration Software, Hp Netserver Navigator Cd-rom, Release Notes, Status Report

    HP NetServer Utilities NOTE HP NetServer utilities are constantly changed and upgraded. See the specific HP Navigator CD-ROM for the latest information on utilities. Configuration Software There are many different configurations utilities available for NetServers. These include the EISA Configuration Utility, a Setup Utility in ROM, a SCSI Utility, and the Navigator CD-ROM. Which one the system uses depends on when the NetServer went into service.

  • Page 18: Using The Navigator Cd-rom, Hp Netserver Navigator Cd-rom Main Menu, Readme File

    Document nnnn Number Location of Document Number on Navigator CD Using the Navigator CD-ROM 1. Press the power-on button. 2. Press the CD-ROM drive eject button. 3. Place the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM in the drive, and press the eject button again to close the drive.

  • Page 19: Configuration Assistant And Installation Assistant, Hp Management Solutions

    Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant Configuration Assistant guides you through the steps necessary to configure the HP NetServer. You can view configuration advisories and change your hardware if necessary. Insert the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. If the system fails to start, follow the instructions on the screen.

  • Page 20: Toptools For Servers, Toptools Remote Control, Pcanywhere32, Netserver Utilities, Setup Utility, Starting The Setup Utility

    TopTools for Servers HP TopTools for Servers is new 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 NetServers. Processors, memory, storage, and NICs are a few examples of the components managed by TopTools.

  • Page 21: Using The Setup Screens, Scsi Configuration Utility, Hp Netserver Information Assistant

    Press F2 while the prompt is displayed. More boot messages appear, followed by the message Entering Setup... After the embedded (Symbios) SCSI Configuration initialization and the Optional ROM scan both finish, the menu bar of the Setup Utility appears. If you do not press F2, the HP NetServer boots normally. Using the Setup Screens Online help explains the settings displayed on the Setup Utility screens.

  • Page 22: Configuration (cfg) Files, Creating A Configuration (cfg) File

    2. Press the Reset button on the front of the HP NetServer. The HP NetServer will boot from the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM. The HP NetServer Navigator Main Menu will appear. 3. To access the express or custom configuration, select "Configure NetServer" and press Enter to access Express or Custom configuration options.

  • Page 23: Running The Scsiselect Utility, Eisa Configuration Utility, Starting From Diskette #1

    Initiate Sync Negotiation Maximum Sync Transfer Rate 10 MHz Enable Disconnection Initiate Wide Negotiation (ID 0-7) No (ID 8-15) Yes Send Start Unit SCSI Command Include In BIOS Scan Running the SCSISelect Utility To start the SCSISelect utility: 1. Turn on or reboot your system. During system start-up or reset, a BIOS banner appears.

  • Page 24: Hard Disk Drive Installation Steps

    displays the System Administration Manager in 43-line mode if you have an EGA display. Displays the System Administration Manager in 50-line mode if you have a VGA display. prevents the computer from supporting the use of a mouse in the EISA Configuration Utility even if one is present.

  • Page 25: Creating The Proper Operating Environment For The System Administration Manager

    Creating the Proper Operating Environment for the System Administration Manager To avoid potential problems, create the proper operating environment before using the System Administration Manager on a hard disk. 1. Modify the CONFIG.SYS file included with the System Administration Manager. This file originally contains the following lines: COUNTRY001,A:\COUNTRY.SYS DEVICE=A:\DISPLAY.SYS CON:(,437,2)

  • Page 26: Exiting Setup, Setup Program - Hp Netserver E Series, Saving Changes To The Setup Configuration

    To save the configuration values and reboot the system so that these values take effect, press Esc and then F4. To exit from Setup without changes, press Esc and F6. Exiting Setup After you have made all desired changes to the Setup Utility pages, press Esc to display the Exiting Setup menu.

  • Page 27: Printcfg Syntax, Hpview Utility, Hpview Command Syntax

    PrintCFG Syntax Variables that you fill in appear in italics. Optional parameters are enclosed in brackets [ ]. Do not enter the brackets. PRINTCFG [drive:]\HPSYS\filename.cfg [>PRN] Parameter Description drive: is the drive on which the CFG file is stored. The default is the active drive. HPSYS specifies the path from the root directory to the directory where the CFG file is stored.

  • Page 28: Hpupdate Utility, Running The Hpupdate Utility

    Use Page Up and Page Down to view the information you need. Running HPView from the System Administration Manager program: If SAM (System Administration Manager) is in the HPSYS directory on the hard disk drive, change to that directory, and type "SAM." Or insert #1 Diskette in drive A and then turn on the server. 1.

  • Page 29: Hpupdate Utility And Hp Netserver Le, Lf

    Perform an NVRAM update with minimal user interaction (whisper mode). Typically used in a manufacturing environment. Example: A:\hpupdate -1 -e -p Update the system language to French, do not change the versions of any components (system BIOS, Video BIOS, etc.) and clear the screen if the user aborts the language update process. HPUpdate Utility and HP NetServer LE, LF 1.

  • Page 30: Hp Netserver Diagtools, Advantages And Limitations Of Hardware Diagnostics

    F. Press ENTER to Continue with programming. 4. Remove the diskette and press ENTER to reboot the system. CAUTION Although the Flash Memory Utility includes safeguards to protect the NVRAM from damage, it is still possible to damage the server's NVRAM if there is a loss of power while the update is in progress.

  • Page 31: Hp Netserver Diagnostic Assistant

    no access to operating system error logs, since the OS is not operating at the same time as the diagnostic tools limited ability to test only a single component at a time inability to indicate problems with wrongly configured systems or the network HP NetServer Diagnostic Assistant Before Diagtools, there was Diagnostic Assistant.

  • Page 32: Accessing The Disk Array Utilities

    Accessing the Disk Array Utilities The Disk Array Utilities are used to perform disk array configuration tasks during initial HP NetServer installation and when changing disk array options. The Disk Array Utilities reside on the HP NetServer Manager CD-ROM and can be accessed in three ways: Express Configuration contains the Disk Array Utilities as one of the steps when a controller card is installed and should be used when initially setting up the HP NetServer.

  • Page 33: Low-end Systems

    Low-End Systems...

  • Page 35: Hp Netserver E30, Covers

    HP NetServer E30 Covers WARNING Before removing the cover, always disconnect the power cord and unplug telephone cables. Disconnect the power cord to avoid exposure to high energy levels that may cause burns when parts are short-circuited by metal objects such as tools or jewelry.

  • Page 36: Hp Netserver E 30 Product Configurations, Memory

    HP NetServer E 30 Product Configurations Processor Upgrades Not applicable, none available Memory 16MB ECC standard (2x8MB 60ns SIMMs - fast page mode not EDO) - 6 total slots Expandable to 192MB (6x32MB) Cache Memory 256 KB second level write-back cache standard Video Up to 1024x768 256 colour non-interlaced;...

  • Page 37: Video Memory, Boot Device Priority

    8 MB SIMM D4890A 16 MB SIMM D4891A 32 MB SIMM D4892A Video Memory The NetServer E Series has two sockets in which to install the two 512 KB memory chips required, both of which must be installed at the same time. These chips are 256 K x 16 bit, 50 ns, Dual-CAS, SOJ, EDO. Beveled end Boot Device Priority Use the following boot device priority for determining which device will be the boot device for the server.

  • Page 38: I/o Board

    I/O Board This HP NetServer contains six ISA- and PCI-compatible slots which provide the capability of adding accessory boards, such as disk controller boards and network interface boards. NOTE A board can be identified as ISA or PCI by the bracket-offset angle and the unique slot connector.

  • Page 39: System Board, System Board Switch Settings

    System Board System Board Retaining Latch Battery VRM (166 MHz Processor) or Shunt (133 MHz Processor) DIP Switch Package Power Supply Display Monitor Connector Connector Keyboard Connector Processor chip (133 or 166 MHz) Mouse Connector Com 1 Serial Cache memory Port Connector Bank C Com 2 Serial...

  • Page 40: Exploded Views

    Processor Switch Settings The following table shows the settings that you must changed when installing your 166 MHz Intel CPU. CPU Speed Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 4 133 MHz Open Closed Closed Open 166 MHz Open Closed Closed Closed Exploded Views...

  • Page 41: Parts List

    Parts List Description Replacement Exchange SIMM, 8 MB D4890-63001 D4890-69001 SIMM, 16 MB, 60 ns D4891-63001 D4891-69001 SIMM, 32 MB, 60 ns D4892-63001 D4892-69001 Cache assembly, 256 KB 0960-0936 CPU Chip, P54/166 1821-2604 CPU Chip, P54/133 1821-2295 Voltage Regulator (P5/166) 5063-7940 Shorting block (P5/133) 5063-7939...

  • Page 42: Keyboards

    Description Replacement Exchange Guide, system board 5042-0507 Mass Storage Trays, 3 ½ inch 5002-1946 CD-ROM Drive D2896-63401 Flexible disk drive D2035-63121 Air Flow Guide 5042-1484 Mass storage rear cover ** not orderable 2.1 GB Hard Disk Drive D4884-63001 D4884-69001 Power Supply 5063-8760 Chassis ** not orderable...

  • Page 43: Power Cords, Cables, Specifications

    Power Cords Country HP Part Number Country HP Part Number Australia 8120-1369 8120-1351 United States 8120-1751 Japan 8120-4753 Denmark 8120-2956 Switzerland 8120-2104 Europe 8120-1689 Cables Only the following HP cables are supported: Cable Part Number Cable, Flexible disk 5182-3509 Cable, SCSI 5182-9323 Cable, IDE/CD-ROM 5182-3508...

  • Page 45: Hp Netserver E 40, System Views

    HP NetServer E 40 System Views Power Switch Power and Disk Drive Activity Front Panel Key Locked position Unlocked position Shelf 1 (Flexible disk drive) Serial B Shelf 2 (CD-ROM Drive) Serial A Shelf 3 (mass storage tray) Shelf 4 (mass storage tray provided) Parallel Port Mouse Factory seals (located on bottom of chassis)

  • Page 46: Covers

    Covers Key lock Cover Release Latches Rear of chassis Clips inside rear of cover Cover Air cooling duct Bottom of cover T-hook Bottom of chassis Release Latches...

  • Page 47: I/o Boards, Boot Device Priority

    I/O Boards System Board slot Slot 1— 16-bit ISA (half-length) or 32-bit PCI Slot 2— 32-bit PCI Slot 3— 32-bit PCI Slot 4— 16-bit ISA (half-length) or 32-bit PCI Slot 5— 16-bit ISA Slot 6— 16-bit ISA These slots allow you to install accessory boards as follows: Slot 1 (the innermost) can be used for a short 16-bit ISA board or a 32-bit PCI board.

  • Page 48: Memory, Video Dram

    ID 4 ID 5 ID 6 Memory The processor board has 6 sockets which accept memory SIMMs. This NetServer comes preinstalled with two 8 MB or 16 MB SIMMs. When installing additional memory, note the following: You must install SIMMs in pairs which are the same size and type. Only these HP SIMMs are supported: SIMM Type HP Product Number...

  • Page 49: Video Resolutions

    Notches Beveled end Video Resolutions The video resolutions available for your NetServer depend on the operating system you are using and the amount of video memory. The tables below show the available video resolutions. Video Resolutions with 1 MB Memory Installed Resolution Number of Colors Video Refresh Rate...

  • Page 50: System Board Switch Settings, System Board

    System Board System Board Retaining Latch DIP Switch Package Processor chip Battery Com 1 Serial Power Switch Port Connector and Activity LED Connector Com 2 Serial Port Connector Parallel Port Connector Mouse Connector Keyboard Connector Display Monitor Connector Power Supply Bank A Connector IDE 1 Connector...

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    CAUTION Position 10 on the system board DIP switch package is to be changed only by a Hewlett-Packard-authorized service provider. Setting this switch incorrectly could result in damage to the processor chip, system board, or other components. Damage due to incorrect switch settings is not covered by the HP warranty.

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    Parts List Description Replacement Exchange SIMM, 8 MB D4890-63001 SIMM, 16 MB, 60 ns D4891-63001 SIMM, 32 MB, 60 ns D4892-63001 D4892-69001 SIMM, 64 MB, 60 ns D4290-63002 D4290-69002 CPU Chip, P6/180 1821-3450 CPU Chip, P6/200 1821-3449 Heatsink 1205-1170 System board D4937-63002 D4937-69002 Battery...

  • Page 54

    Description Replacement Exchange Mass Storage Trays, 3 ½ inch 5002-1946 CD-ROM Drive D4381-63001 D4381-69001 Flexible disk drive D2035-60282 Air Cooling Duct 5042-1492 Mass storage rear cover ** not orderable 2.1 GB Hard Disk Drive D4884-63001 D4884-69001 Power Supply 5064-0778 5064-5850 Chassis ** not orderable Bezel Assembly Kit, front...

  • Page 55: Cables, Power Cords, Specifications

    Power Cords Country HP Part Number Country HP Part Number Australia 8120-1369 8120-1351 United States 8120-1751 Japan 8120-4753 Denmark 8120-2956 Switzerland 8120-2104 Europe 8120-1689 Cables Only the following HP cables are supported: Cable Part Number Cable, Flexible disk 5182-3509 Cable, SCSI 5182-9323 Cable, IDE/CD-ROM 5182-3508...

  • Page 56

    Electrical Specifications Input Voltage Power Consumption 100 to 127 Volts AC ~ 5.0 A 307 watts maximum at 50 - 60 Hertz or with 110 - 220 volt line voltage 200 to 240 Volts AC ~ 2.85 A 369 watts peak at 50 - 60 Hertz with 110 - 220 volt line voltage Heat Output...

  • Page 57: Hp Netserver E45/e50, System Views

    HP NetServer E45/E50 System Views Power Switch Power and Disk Drive Activity LED Front Panel Key Lock Locked Position Unlocked Position Serial B Serial A Parallel Shelf 4 (mass storage tray provided) Mouse Factory Seal (located on bottom of chassis) Keyboard Network Monitor...

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    Covers Key lock Cover Release Latches Air cooling duct/cover Hook Fan cable Power supply harness...

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    Rear of chassis Clips inside rear of cover Cover Bottom of cover Bottom of chassis Release Latches Memory The processor board has 6 sockets which accept SIMMs. This NetServer comes preinstalled with two 16 MB SIMMs. You must install SIMMs in pairs which are the same size and type. Only these HP SIMMs are supported: SIMM Type HP Product Number...

  • Page 60: Boot Device Priority

    Boot Device Priority Use the following boot device priority for determining which device will be the boot device for the server. The NetServer searches for a bootable device in this order: 1. IDE CD-ROM Drive 2. Flexible Disk Drive 3. IDE hard disk drive 4.

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    System Board Slot 1 (occupied) — 16-bit ISA (half-length) or 32-bit PCI Slot 2 (available) — 32-bit PCI Slot 3 (occupied) — 32-bit PCI Slot 4 (available) — 16-bit ISA or 32-bit PCI Slot 5 (available) — 16-bit ISA Slot 6 (available) —...

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    Exploded Views...

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    Type A Chassis Type B Chassis...

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    Parts List Description Replacement Exchange SIMM, 8 MB D4890-63001 SIMM, 16 MB, 60 ns D4891-63001 SIMM, 32 MB, 60 ns D4892-63001 D4892-69001 SIMM, 64 MB, 60 ns D4290-63002 D4290-69002 Voltage Regulator Module 0950-3310 Processor Module, PII/233, E 45 D4973-63002 D4973-69002 Processor Module, PII/266, E 45 D4975-63001 D4975-69001...

  • Page 65

    Description Replacement Exchange Rear Cooling Fan 5064-1984 SCSI controller board, E 45 5064-1985 SCSI controller board, E 50 5064-4633 LAN Adapter, 10/100BT J3171-61021 Backplane 5064-1843 Status Panel/Switch Assembly 5064-0736 Guide, system board 5042-0507 Mass Storage Trays (for Type A Chassis) 5002-3876 CD-ROM Drive D4383-63001...

  • Page 66

    Italian #ABZ C3758-60217 Norway #ABN C3758-60209 Turkish #AB8 C3758-60234 Swiss #ABP C3758-60211 Taiwan #AB0 C3758-60223 Swedish #ABS C3758-60212 UK/Irish #ABU C3758-60213 Power Cords Country HP Part Number Australia 8120-1369 United States 8120-1751 Denmark 8120-2956 Europe 8120-1689 8120-1351 Japan 8120-4753 Switzerland 8120-2104 Cables Cable...

  • Page 67: System Switches, Processor Switch Settings, Specifications

    System Switches Switch Factory position preset Definition: 1 - 5 (See table Select processor speed settings. The switch positions may need to below) be changed when upgrading the processor (see table below). Resets the CMOS configuration to the default values. Set the switch Open to the closed position and restart the NetServer to reset the CMOS.

  • Page 68

    Acoustic emission: Sound level (LpA): < 45 dB(A) Input Voltage Power Consumption 100 to 127 Volts AC ~ 5.0 A 307 watts maximum at 50 - 60 Hertz or with 110 - 220 volt line voltage 200 to 240 Volts AC ~ 2.85 A 369 watts peak at 50 - 60 Hertz with 110 - 220 volt line voltage...

  • Page 69: Hp Netserver E60, System Views, Covers

    HP NetServer E60 System Views Power Floppy Drive CD-ROM Drive Optional Tape Key Lock Keyboard Backup Drive Mouse Power On/ Off/Sleep Serial Port A On/Off/Sleep Parallel Port Indicator Serial Port B SCSI/IDE Activity External SCSI LAN RJ45 Port Knock-out Video SVGA Fold Out Feet Covers...

  • Page 70

    Front of Chassis Bottom of Chassis Installing the cover Memory The NetServer E 60's main memory is implemented with 3.3V, 100 MHz, unbuffered SDRAM DIMMs (Dual In-Line Memory Modules). The NetServer E 60 ships with at least 64 MB of main memory and supports up to 1 GB.

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    Exploded Views...

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    Parts List NOTE The part numbers listed here are valid at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. If a part number changes, HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the new or revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove the processor, memory, video board, and any added accessory boards, and keep them with the system under repair.

  • Page 74

    Processor Module, PIII/500 D7154-63000 DIMM, E 60, 64 MB D7155-63000 D7155-69000 DIMM, E 60, 128 MB D7156-63000 D7156-69000 DIMM, E 60, 256 MB D7157-63000 D7157-69000 Battery, 3V coin D7140-63012 Air Flow Guide D7140-63011 Drive Cage Not orderable Cable, flexible disk D7140-63006 Cable, IDE CD-ROM D7140-63005...

  • Page 75: System Switch Details, System Board

    United States 8120-1751 Japan 8120-4753 Denmark 8120-2956 Switzerland 8120-2104 Europe 8120-1689 System Board Memory Slots Terminator Processor Power PS/2 Style Snap Keyboard & Mouse Serial A Flexible Parallel Disk Serial B IDE1 IDE2 LAN (RJ45) AGP Video SCSI B PCI Slot 1 SCSI A PCI Slot 2 System...

  • Page 76: Processor Switch Settings, Specifications

    The switches and each of their definitions are listed below. Switch Factory position preset Definition: Off - let's you power on your system by pressing any key on the keyboard or the power-on button. On – let's you power on the system only by pressing the power-on button. Unused Clears the password.

  • Page 77

    Hardware Processors Intel Pentium II or III (up to 2 processors), supported speeds: 400, 450, and 500MHz. 512KB level 2 cache on processor. Chipset Intel 440BX AGPset with 66/100 MHz bus speed support. Memory Supports up to four SDRAM DIMMS for a maximum total of 1GB. Supported DIMM types: 64MB, 128MB, or 256MB unbuffered, 72 bits wide, ECC single-bit correcting, multi-bit detecting.

  • Page 79: System Accessories

    System Accessories...

  • Page 80: Hp Netserver Rack Storage/8, Rack Storage/8 Components

    HP NetServer Rack Storage/8 Rack Storage/8 Components The HP Rack Storage/8 System provides mass storage for use in an HP NetServer rack mount configuration. The HP Rack Storage/8 is compatible with the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) industry standards Fast/Wide and Ultra/Wide are supported. The HP Rack Storage/8 carton contains the following items: One single ended HP Environment Services Monitor (ESM) Two Hot Swap redundant power supplies...

  • Page 81: System Views

    System Views Customer Serviceable Components Enclosure Environmental Service Monitoring Module Power Unit Fan Unit Fan Unit Power Unit Front Panel LEDs Keylock End Caps End Caps SCSI Drives Hot swap SCSI-2 hard disk drive modules can be installed in the HP Rack Storage/8.

  • Page 82

    Rear View Unit Unit Power Power Unit Unit Power Cord Connectors Power Cord Connectors Provides a connection for the AC power cord. Environmental Services This board provides three functions: Monitoring (ESM) Module Status reporting for the subsystem through the SCSI interface SCSI connection between the subsystem and the host Electrical isolation of internal and external buses.

  • Page 83

    Exploded Views...

  • Page 84: Configuration, Parts List, Single Bus Cabling

    Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. This part is not on an exploded view.

  • Page 85: Dual Bus Cabling

    3. Place one of the Single Ended Terminators on the Bus 2 Output. Option Switches Set to Dual Bus Cabling When cabled as a dual bus storage unit, the HP Rack Storage/8 provides two independent SCSI buses. 1. Only option switch four is in the up position. 2.

  • Page 86

    SCSI Addresses Based on the selected cabling configuration (single or dual bus), the system automatically provides the SCSI addresses according to the following table: SCSI ID Reference Slot SCSI ID Dual Bus SCSI ID Single Bus Switch Settings Switch Position Description Number Channel 0 SCSI Ids...

  • Page 87: Hp Rack Storage/8 Rack Guidelines, Power Supply Units

    HP Rack Storage/8 Rack Guidelines ALWAYS refer to the HP NetServer Rack Installation Road Map to be sure that you are proceeding correctly. Failure to perform this installation in accordance with the Road Map could result in significant extra installation effort. The HP Rack Storage/8 enclosure is supported in the rack by two support rails that are attached to the framework of the rack.

  • Page 88: Specifications

    nvironmental Services Monitoring (ESM) Module WARNING The ESM is not hot-swappable. You must shut off the HP Rack Storage/8 AC supply before removing the ESM from the enclosure. Bus 2 Input Fault Bus 1 Output Connecor Connecor Dial Locking and Locking and (Not Used) Release Mechanism...

  • Page 89

    Non-operating Maximum 95% relative humidity Altitude Operating 3,046 m (10,000 ft) Non-operating 12,200 m (40,000 ft) Weight and Dimensions Height 13.3 cm (5.19 in) Width 48.2 cm (18.97 in) Depth 55.88 cm (22 in) Weight, fully loaded 36.6 kg (80.5 lb) Weight, without drives 26.8 kg (58.9 lb) Power Supply Specifications...

  • Page 91: Hp Netserver Rack Storage/12 Information, System Views

    HP NetServer Rack Storage/12 Information System Views Drive Power Indicator Chassis Status LEDs Drive Activity Indicator Chassis Status LEDs The three Status LEDs indicate the current operating status of the HP Rack Storage/12. The following conditions are displayed by the Status LEDs: Green: Normal operation.

  • Page 92: Rear View

    Low-Profile 1 2 3 8 9101112131415 Drives Half-Height 10 11 13 14 Drives Channel 1 Channel 2 Rear View Power Supplies Power Switch Management Board Ultra2 SCSI Host Connector 2 Ultra2 SCSI Host Connector 1 Power Switch The power switch controls AC power to the HP Rack Storage/12. The switch is located behind a hinged cover to prevent accidental power off.

  • Page 93

    Off: No power supplied to the RS/12 SCSI card. 68-Pin Connector The 68-pin high-density connector connects the HP Rack Storage/12 to the host system. SCSI bus termination is inside the HP Rack Storage/12. The host system and the HP Rack Storage/12 can be connected by external SCSI cables up to 12 meters long.

  • Page 94

    Power Supplies AC Power Connector Power LED Fan Status LED Power Status LED The Power status LED displays the current operating condition of the power supply. Green: Normal operation. Off: No power or power supply failure. Fan Status LED The fan status LED displays the current operating condition of the fan module. Green: Normal operation.

  • Page 95: Raid Management, Hp Rack Storage/12 Configurations, Simplex Configuration, Duplex Configuration

    RAID Management Refer to the HP NetRaid Series User Guide for information on HP NetRAID adapters, network operating system requirements, and use of the HP NetRAID configuration and management applications to configure the hard drives in the HP Rack Storage/12. HP Rack Storage/12 Configurations Simplex Configuration Simplex Cable Configuration Example...

  • Page 96: Cluster Configuration, Power Cabling

    Set Management Board Configuration Switch 1 Left for non-cluster configuration. Cluster Configuration Cluster Configuration Example Set Management Board Configuration Switch 1 Right for cluster configuration: Power Cabling Power Cabling Example...

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    Exploded Views...

  • Page 98

    Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. This part is not on an exploded view. Description Replacement Exchange Chassis Cover not orderable Midplane Assembly D5989-63000 D5989-69000...

  • Page 99

    Description Replacement Exchange SCSI Slot Filler D5989-63004 HP Rail Kit D5989-60003 Specifications Temperature Operating 5 to 35 C (40 to 95 F) Non-operating –40° to 65° C (-40 to -140 F) Humidity (noncondensing) Operating 20% to 80% relative humidity Non-operating Maximum 95% relative humidity Altitude Operating...

  • Page 101: Hp Netserver Rack Storage/12 Fc Information, System Views, Front View

    HP NetServer Rack Storage/12 FC Information System Views Front View Drive Power Indicator Chassis Status LEDs Drive Activity Indicator Front Panel Indicators Chassis Status LEDs Green: Normal operation. Flashing Yellow: Warning condition exists in the chassis. Attention is required. Check the operating status of components on the front and rear panels.

  • Page 102

    SCSI Channels NOTE Each FCArray Controller card has 4 SCSI channels: • 2 internal SCSI buses (channels 0, 1) •2 external SCSI buses (channels 2, 3) SCSI Addresses The SCSI ID assigned to a hard drive is determined by its position in the drive cage. The SAF-TE chassis management processor is assigned SCSI ID 5.

  • Page 103: Fcarray Controller Card, Covers, Fcarray Controller Status Led

    Covers Thumbscrew Cover Tabs FCArray Controller Card 68-pin VHD 68-pin VHD Connectors Connectors Status LED Fibre Channel (HSSDC) Connectors FCArray Controller Card Ports and Indicator FCArray Controller Status LED Green: Normal operation Flashing Yellow: FCArray Controller card is temporally unavailable (rebooting), or a firmware revision mismatch exists between the two installed FCArray Controller cards.

  • Page 104: Accessories

    DIMM Memory Card Phillips Screws (4) DIMM Memory Connector Battery Pack Connector Battery Pack FCArray Controller Card Battery Pack FCArray Controller Card Accessories Copper HSSDC GBIC Host Bus Adapter (HBA) Copper HSSDC Fibre Channel Cable & Connector Copper HSSDC Fibre Channel Cable &...

  • Page 105: Management Board, Power Supplies

    Management Board The Management board switches and indicators are shown below, but the switches are reserved for future use and not used. Temperature LED Configuration Switches Switches are not Used Management Board Controls and Indicators Temperature LED The temperature LED displays the current environmental temperature status of the HP Rack System/12FC. Green: Normal operation.

  • Page 106: Configurations, Raid Management, Cluster Configurations

    Power Status LED Green: Normal operation. Off: No power or power supply failure. Fan Status LED Green: Normal operation. Off: No power or fan module failure. RAID Management Refer to the FCArray Assistant Installation and User Guide for information on managing disk arrays used in or with the HP Rack Storage/12FC.

  • Page 107: Single Host Configuration

    Single Host Configuration Host FC HBA with GBIC Fibre Channel Cable Rack Storage/12FC Blank Panel SCSI Cables FCArray Card Rack Rack Storage/12 Storage/12 (Optional) SCSI Card Blank Panel 1 m SCSI Cable (only) Terminator Rack Storage/8 (Optional)

  • Page 108: Host Cluster Configuration

    Host Cluster Configuration Host Host (2) FC HBA Copper Fibre with GBICs Channel Cables Rack Storage/12FC Blank Panel SCSI Cables FCArray Card Rack Rack Storage/12 Storage/12 (Optional) SCSI Card Blank Panel 1 m SCSI Cable (only) Terminator Rack Storage/8 (Optional)

  • Page 109: Multi-array Configuration

    Multi-Array Configuration Host FC HBA with GBIC Optical or Copper Fibre Channel Cables FC Hub with GBICs Copper Fibre Channel Cables Rack Storage/12FC Rack Storage/12FC Same Blank Panel Configuration as shown at SCSI Cables FCArray Card Left Rack (Limited to Storage/12 Available Hub (Optional)

  • Page 110: Single Host And Hub Configuration

    Single Host and Hub Configuration Host FC HBA with GBIC 6 Port FC Hub Optical or Copper with GBICs Fibre Channel Cables Copper Fibre Channel Cables Rack Storage/12FC SCSI Cables(2) Rack Must Specify Storage/12 Cluster Mode (Optional) Rack 1 m SCSI Storage/12 SCSI Cards (2) Cables (only)

  • Page 111: Host Cluster And Hub Configuration

    Host Cluster and Hub Configuration Host Host (2) FC HBA Optical or Copper with GBICs Fibre Channel Cables 6 Port FC Hub with GBICs Copper Fibre Channel Cables Rack Storage/12FC SCSI Cables(2) 1 m SCSI Cables (only) Must Specify Rack Cluster Mode Storage/12 (Optional)

  • Page 112: Multi-array And Hub Configuration

    Multi-Array and Hub Configuration Host (2) FC HBAs with GBICs 6 Port FC Hub Optical or Copper with GBICs Fibre Channel Cables 6 Port FC Hub Copper Fibre with GBICs Channel Rack Cables Storage/12FC Rack Storage/12FC SCSI Same Cables(2) Configuration 1 m SCSI as shown at Cables (only)

  • Page 113: Power Cabling

    Power Cabling...

  • Page 114

    Exploded Views...

  • Page 115

    Parts List NOTE The part numbers provided in the list are the most current part numbers available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after the date of the publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number.

  • Page 116

    Descriptions Replacement Exchange Fibre Channel HBA D6977-63001 D6977-69001 Fibre Channel Hub D6976-63001 D6976-69001 Fibre Channel Optical GBIC D6975-63001 Fibre Channel Copper GBIC D6976-63002 Cable, Optical, 100 meters D6981-63001 Cable, Copper, 3 meters D6978-63001 Cable, Copper, 5 meters D6979-63001 Cable, Copper, 10 meters D7080-63001 Cable, Copper, 30 meters D7081-63001...

  • Page 117

    Nominal Volts Amps Watts 5.48 4.51 2.61 2.25 Power supply type Wide input range, power factor corrected DC output power 500 Watts DC, continuous, maximum Peak AC inrush current 30 Amps @ 230 VAC...

  • Page 119: Notes

    Notes...

  • Page 123: Index

    Index Configuration Software, 11 Accessories Configuration, Express, 13 RS/12FC, 98 Configuration, replicate, 13 configurations accessory boards resource conflicts from, 16 E 30, 30 Advanced Configuration Settings, 18 Configurations advanced dealer mode RS/12, 89 SAM, 17 RS/12FC, 100 altitude conflicts RS/8 operating, 83 resource, 16 automated FAX help system, 4 connection...

  • Page 124

    E40, 45 RS/8, 75 E45, 56 Information Assistant E50, 56 accessing, 15 E60, 65 contents, 15 RS/12, 91 Installation Assistant, 13 RS/12FC, 108 Internet sites for HP support, 3 RS/8, 77 isolation, RS/8 electrical, 76 Express configuration, 13 Express Configuration, 13 keyboards external mass storage E 40, 48...

  • Page 125

    ROM setup program, LM, 19 part numbers RS/12, 85 E 40, 47 RS/12FC, 95 E 40 power cord, 49 RS/8, 74 E Series keyboards, 48 bezel, 75 E30, 35 electrical isolation, 76 E30 keyboards, 36 End Caps, 75 E30 power cord, 37 Environmental Services Monitoring (ESM) Parts List Module, 82...

  • Page 126

    E60, 70 terminators RS/12, 93 RS/8, 79 RS/12FC, 110 TopTools for Servers, 14 RS/8, 82 TopTools Remote Control, 14 Status Report, 11 troubleshooting switch basics, 7 option, 82 finding the problem, 7 switches RS/8 option, 78 utilities System Board BIOS Update, 14 E30, 33 Configuration Assistant utilities, 13 E40, 44...

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