HP D5970A - NetServer - LCII Handbook

Hp netserver service handbook, volume 3 - high-end.
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HP NetServer Product Line
Service Reference Guide
Volume 3
High-End
Version 1
Last Updated: February 2000

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    HP NetServer Product Line Service Reference Guide Volume 3 High-End 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 HP NetServer LX Front Panel Controls Covers Exploded Views HP NetServer LX Pro and LXe Pro Parts List Footnotes HP NetServer LX Keyboards HP NetServer LX Power Cords Mass Storage Cables System Board System Board Connectors System Switches and Jumpers Cabinet and Redundant Power Supply Power Supply Status LED Display Memory...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Covers Memory Single Memory Board Dual Memory Boards Memory Capacity Boot Device Priority I/O Baseboard Processor Baseboard Processor Baseboard Jumper Settings IRQ Settings PCI Hot Plug Boards Exploded Views Parts List Specifications Video Resolutions BIOS Video Resolutions HP NetServer LXr Pro System Views Front View Rear View...

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    System Board System Switches Specifications Notes Index...

  • Page 7: Hp Netserver Lx, Front Panel Controls

    HP NetServer LX Front Panel Controls Disk Access LED Reset Power on Switch Switch Fan LED NetServer Status LCD Front Panel Keyboard Lock Power Supply LED Front Panel Key Switch Lock Control Description Power on Switch Turns NetServer power on and off. Press once to turn it on; press again to turn it off.

  • Page 8: Covers

    Power Supply Status LED Definition LED color One PSM Two PSMs Three PSMs Green Yellow Power cage Power cage Power cage temperature warning, temperature warning temperature warning or one PSM LED indicator is red or yellow Power cage Power cage Power cage temperature is critical, temperature is critical, temperature is critical,...

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    Lumber or other spacer...

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    Processor and memory board cooling duct cover CAUTION Do not force the cover down onto the boards. Forcing the cover may result in damage to the NetServer. Damage due to improper board installation is not covered by the warranty. Memory or Correct alignment processor boards Board guides...

  • Page 11: Exploded Views

    EISA/PCI Board Retainer Exploded Views...

  • Page 13: Hp Netserver Lx Pro And Lxe Pro Parts List

    LXe Pro HP NetServer LX Pro and LXe Pro Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were those 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. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove processor board, video DRAM, and any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

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    Description Replacement Exchange Hot Swap Assy-Filler Panel 5063-8391 Filler Panel 5063-8389 1.44MB Floppy D2035-63121 ( a ) CD-ROM Drive D2992-63004 Tray - CD-ROM C2260-00025 2.1GB SCSI-2 HDD 5400 D2077-63100 D2077-69001 2.1GB SCSI-2 HDD 7200 D3340-63001 4GB SCSI-2 HDD D3341-63001 D3341-69001 3 ½"...

  • Page 15: Footnotes

    Description Replacement Exchange Heat Sink/Clip 5064-0752 (assy) Heat Sink or use 5064-0752 (assy) 5182-9343 PCI DAC Fast/Wide C3610-63050 C3610-69050 Adapter, SCSI 5182-4550 Cable, Flex Disk Data (F11) 5182-6735 Cable, SCSI, Term 50-pin C11 5182-6748 Cable, SCSI, Term 50-pin, long (C21) 5182-9413 Cable, SCSI, Bridge 68-pin (C14) 5182-6747...

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    ( c ) Terminator board must be installed when there is only 1 processor board in the system. ( d ) Early machines use several small single-slot panels. ( e ) This fan jumper must be installed on the system board. ( f ) Replace all A rev 64MB SIMMs with B rev parts.

  • Page 17: Hp Netserver Lx Keyboards, Hp Netserver Lx Power Cords

    HP NetServer LX Keyboards Language HP Part Number Language Product No. HP Part Product No. Option Number Option United States C1405-61301 #ABA Dutch C1405-61306 #ABH French C1405-61305 #ABF Czech C1405-61336 #AKB Danish C1405-61316 #ABY German C1405-61303 #ABD Russian C1405-61330 #ACB Spanish C1405-61304 #ABE...

  • Page 18: Mass Storage Cables

    Turkish C1405B #AB8 8120-5394 Portugal C1405B #AB9 8120-5394 Russia C1405B #ACB 8120-5394 Denmark C1405B #ABY 8120-5394 Japan C1405B #ABA 8120-5400 Norway C1405B #ABN 8120-5394 Belgium C1405B #ABW 8120-5394 Arabic/English C1405B #ABV 8120-5394 South Africa/India C1405B #ABA 8120-5399 Sweden C1405B #ABS 8120-5394 Czech C1405B #AKB...

  • Page 19: System Board, System Board Connectors

    System Board PCI Bus 1:P1 S6A1 Switch Video DRAM Monitor J6A1 Jumpers PCI Bus 0 P4 Parallel Port Serial Ports Unused Keyboard / Mouse EISA/ISA Bus: E1 Power Supply Video (14 Pin) Cirrus Battery/Real Time Clock Power Supply (20 Pin) Memory Slot Flexible Disk Drive SCSI...

  • Page 20: System Switches And Jumpers

    Connector Name Connector Label Connector Name Connector Label Processor Slot 2 J7D1 Processor Slot 1 J6D1 Fan 1 J5G3 Fan 2 J5G2 Fan 3 J2G4 Fan 4 (loop back J2G3 HD LED1 J5G1 connector installed) HD LED J2G1 SCSI-A J1G1 SCSI-B J1F1 Unused...

  • Page 21: Cabinet And Redundant Power Supply

    Cabinet and Redundant Power Supply The chart below explains the power supply and processor board configurations for the LX Pro and LXe Pro systems. System System Power Supply Modules Model Configuration Required Mass Number of Non- Redundant Power Storage Processor Redundant Operation Available...

  • Page 22: Power Supply Status Led Display, Memory, Model A Simms

    Power Supply Status LED Display The Front Panel Power Supply Status LED display is controlled by the Power Supply Redundancy (or Mode) switch and displays real-time power supply status. The table below shows the correlation between the statuses of individual power supply modules and the Front Panel LED indicators. Front Panel Power Supply Status LED Definitions Front Panel LED Color Power Status...

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    Model A Model B Size SIMMs Size SIMMs permitted in Bank 2 Size SIMMs permitted in Bank 2 installed in Bank 1 16 MB 16 MB or 32 MB 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, or 128 MB 32 MB 16 MB or 32 MB 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, or 128 MB 64 MB...

  • Page 24: Model B Simms

    Model B SIMMs A Model B SIMM memory board has 16 sockets, each of which may contain a 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, or 128 MB SIMM. For model B SIMMs, you can mix any two sizes from 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, or 128 MB SIMMs in Bank 2.

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    One SIMM size Two SIMM sizes Choose two of the following SIMM sizes: 16, 32, 64 or 128 SIMM size #1 SIMM size #2 4-SIMM Configuration 8-SIMM Configuration 8-SIMM Configuration 16-SIMM Configuration 16-SIMM Configuration...

  • Page 26: Dimms

    Supported Memory Configurations The following HP SIMMs are supported: SIMM Type HP Part Number 16 MB SIMM D4891A-69001 32 MB SIMM D4892A-69001 64 MB SIMM D4290A-69002 128 MB SIMM D4893A-69001 DIMMs The 4 GB memory board, which uses DIMMs (Dual In-Line Memory Modules), replaces the existing SIMM- based memory that is part of the original configuration of HP LX and LXe NetServers.

  • Page 27: Video Memory - Dram, Boot Device Priority, Cabling Configurations

    Optional Memory Configurations for 4 GB Memory Board Video Memory - DRAM The on-board video circuitry supports several screen resolutions. Increasing the video memory buffer size to 1 MB allows the controller to support 132-column text mode and high resolution graphics mode. Expand video memory by installing a 256 K x 16 (512 KB), 70 Ns, 40-pin SOJ package DRAM IC.

  • Page 28: Default Switch Settings

    Duplex, Non-Disk Array Model using the Internal Controller Flexible Disk SCSI or IDE CD-ROM Device SCSI or IDE SCSI or IDE Device Device Right cages Left cages Rear view Rear view SCSI A System Board Flexible * Termination resistor disk incorporated into cable SCSI B Default Switch Settings...

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    Non-Duplex, Disk Array with PCI Controller Board Flexible Disk SCSI or IDE CD-ROM Device SCSI or IDE SCSI or IDE Device Device Left cages Right cages Rear view Rear view SCSI A System Board Flexible * Termination resistor disk incorporated into cable SCSI B **Backplane terminates automatically if no cable...

  • Page 30: Hot Swap Subsystem Scsi Address Settings

    Hot Swap Subsystem SCSI Address Settings Upper Cage Lower Cage Switch Settings SCSI Address Switch Settings SCSI Address 3 - Off Shelf 1 = ID 1 3 - Off Shelf 4 = ID 4 4 - Off Shelf 2 = ID 2 4 - Off Shelf 5 = ID 5 6 - Off...

  • Page 31: Lxe Cabling Configurations

    LXe Cabling Configurations LXe Pro: Duplex, Non-Disk Array Model using the Internal Controller CAUTION Do not attempt to run the NetServer with any mass storage devices installed in the right side (including shelves B1 or B2, illustrated above) without first installing a second power supply module.

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    Default Switch Settings Upper Left Cage Shelf # SCSI ID # Lower Left Cage Rear view LXe Pro: Non-Duplex, Disk Array with PCI Controller Board CAUTION Do not attempt to run the NetServer with any mass storage devices installed in the right side (including shelves B1 or B2, illustrated above) without first installing a second power supply module.

  • Page 33: Lxe Hot Swap Subsystem Scsi Id Settings

    Default Switch Settings Upper Left Cage Shelf # SCSI ID # Lower Left Cage Rear view LXe Hot Swap Subsystem SCSI ID Settings Switch Function Description 1 and 2 C Bus Address Upper Left Cage: 1=Off C address=7) 2=Off Lower Left Cage: 1=Off C address=6) 2=Off...

  • Page 34: Specifications

    Left upper hot swap drive cage switch settings and SCSI ID numbers Switch Position Hot Swap Drive Shelf ID=1 ID=2 ID=3 ID=1 ID=0 ID=3 ID=9 ID=10 ID=11 ID=9 ID=8 ID=11 Left lower hot swap drive cage switch settings and SCSI ID numbers Switch Position Hot Swap Drive Shelf ID=4...

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    Width 425 mm (16.58 in) 425 mm (16.58 in) Depth 650 mm (25.35 in) 650 mm (25.35 in) Weight Minimum: 59 kg (131 lb) Maximum: 85 kg (187 lb) System footprint 676 x 454 mm (26.625 x 17.875 in) Keyboard Height 3.4 cm (1.4 in) Width...

  • Page 37: Hp Netserver Lxr 8000 System Information, System Views, Front Control Panel

    HP NetServer LXr 8000 System Information System Views Front Control Panel Power Button Secure Mode LED Reset Button Power LED Secure Mode Button Control Description Turns server power on and off. Power Button Power LED Glows steady green when power is on, and flashing green when the server is in ACPI Sleep.

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    Control Panel LCD Screen and Navigation Buttons Escape Scroll Up Used One Line Enter Scroll Down Two-Line One Line Display Button Name Function Return to previous menu. Escape Select an item from a menu. Enter Scroll down one line through the current screen or menu. Down Arrow Scroll up one line through the current screen or menu.

  • Page 39: Rear View

    power supply or fan, for example), the server may still be operating. A condition exists which may cause the failure of a server component. The server is operating normally. key: = LED off = LED on = LED blinking The Main Menu By default, the HP NetServer’...

  • Page 40: Pci Hot Plug Slot Leds

    FAIL Lights solid yellow when power supply fails. Blinks yellow when power (Power Supply supply is drawing more current than it should, because of a short-circuit in Failure) the power supply or elsewhere in the server. If the short is in the power supply, the power supply shuts down.

  • Page 41: Memory, Covers

    Covers Screws For Hot-Plug PCI Access Cover Hot-Plug PCI Access Cover Top Cover Screws for Top Cover I/O Shield WARNING Before removing the top 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 42

    For board-to-board interleaving, each memory board must hold the same number of DIMMs. If one board holds two types of DIMMs, the other board must also, and in the same banks. (For example, if one memory board holds eight 256 MB DIMMs in Banks A and B and eight 64MB DIMMs in Banks C and D, the other board must match this configuration exactly if card-to-card interleaving is to take place.) NOTE...

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    The Primary and Secondary Memory Boards Bank A Bank B Bank C Bank D DIMM Slot Numbers and Bank Numbers...

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    Bank A Bank C K e y : Bank B Bank D P r i m a r y B o a r d S e c o n d a r y B o a r d B o a r d - t o - B o a r d I n t e r l e a v i n g : 8 D I M M S P r i m a r y B o a r d S e c o n d a r y B o a r d B o a r d - t o - B o a r d I n t e r l e a v i n g : 1 6 D I M M S...

  • Page 45: Boot Device Priority

    Bank A Bank C Key: Bank B Bank D Primary Board Secondary Board J1 1 J1 1 Board-to-Board Interleaving: 24 DIMMS Primary Board Secondary Board J1 1 Board-to-Board Interleaving: 32 DIMMS DIMM and 32-DIMM Configuration for Interleaved Memory Boards Boot Device Priority NOTE Plugging the HP TopTools Remote Management card (board) in any slot other than slot 2 may cause it to malfunction.

  • Page 46: Hot Replacement Of Pci Hot Plug Boards

    On-board SCSI consists of two channels, A and B. Channel A controls the HP NetServer's internal hard disk drives. Channel B handles the server's external SCSI port. On each SCSI channel, the server scans for a boot device starting at device ID 0 and works up from there. Hot Replacement of PCI Hot Plug Boards To replace one PCI Hot Plug board with another while the server is running, you must: Turn off power to the slot through your server’...

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    Exploded Views...

  • Page 48: Parts List

    Parts List Description Replacement Exchange 750W Power Supply Module 5064-6607 5064-6608 I/O Baseboard tray Not orderable I/O Baseboard PCA D6021-63004 D6021-69004 I/O Riser PCA D6021-63007 Remote Control Board D6028-63001 Top Cover Assembly w/label D6021-63059 Non-Hot-Plug PCI Board Cover Not orderable Chassis Not orderable CD-ROM Drive, Slimline...

  • Page 49

    Description Replacement Exchange Memory PCA D6021-63005 D6021-69005 DIMM, 64 MB, 50ns D6112-63000 D6112-69000 DIMM, 256 MB, 50ns D6114-63000 D6114-69000 3.5 Floppy Drive, Slimline D6021-63041 Hot-Swap Filler Panel, Low-Profile 5064-4689 SCSI Ultra2 HDD, 4.2 GB, 7200 rpm D6104-69001 SCSI Ultra2 HDD, 9 GB, 7200 rpm D6106-69001 SCSI Ultra2 HDD, 9 GB, 10000 rpm D6107-69001...

  • Page 50: I/o Baseboard

    Description Replacement Exchange Bezel Kit for HP Rack Enclosures D6021-63043 Bezel Kit, for 3rd Party Rack Enclosures D6021-63061 Ejector Handles, CPU (Kit) D6021-63044 Battery, Remote Control PCA 5183-6570 Hot-Plug PCI Slot Cover Bracket D6021-63063 Bezel, LCD Display (HP) D6021-63064 Bezel, LCD Display (non-HP) D6021-63065 Battery, I/O baseboard, type CR 2032 1420-0356...

  • Page 51: I/o Baseboard Jumper Settings, Processor Baseboard

    I/O Baseboard Jumper Settings Default Jumper Settings No Operation Update BMC Code Normal Boot BIOS Recover Spare Jumper Spare Jumper FlashVPP = +12V Flash VPP=No Write No Operation CMOS CLEAR No Operation Clear CMOS Password No Operation PHP Switch Override No Operation Enable SPI Chain Processor Baseboard...

  • Page 52: Processor Baseboard Jumper Settings

    Number of Install Processor Terminators Required Voltage Regulator Modules Processors in These Slots for These Slots Required in These Slots Proc 1 Proc 2 VRM 1 Proc 3 VRM 2 Proc 4 VRM 3 Proc 1 Proc 3 VRM 1 Proc 2 Proc 4 VRM 2...

  • Page 53

    Specifications Video Integrated 1024x768sx256 60-75hz Video, 1 meg video RAM (Cirrus 5446) Expansion Slots Total PCI Buses:3, Total I/O slots:10 • 4 64-bit PCI Full Length on PCI 2 (Hot Swap) • 5 32-bit PCI Full Length on PCI 1 •...

  • Page 55: Hp Netserver Lxr 8500, System Views, Front View

    HP NetServer LXr 8500 System Views Front View Control Panel Front Control Panel Power Button Secure Mode LED Reset Button Power LED Secure Mode Button Power, Reset, and Secure Mode Buttons and LEDs NOTE A small protective cover is provided on the HP NetServer's control panel to cover the Power and Reset buttons.

  • Page 56

    Button If sleep states are not available, then this button only turns power On or Off. The sleep states are NOS dependent and not available if your NOS does not support power management based on the ACPI standard. A NOS supporting ACPI allows this button to be configured through a user interface.

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    Control Panel Display Control Buttons Button Name Description Return to previous menu. Escape Select an item from a menu. Enter Scroll down one line through the current screen or menu. Down Arrow Scroll up one line through the current screen or menu. Up Arrow Not used.

  • Page 58

    Indicators and Controls Directly Behind the Front Bezel CD-ROM Drive Flexible Disk Drive Activity LED Activity Eject Button Eject Button DAT Tape Hot Swap Drive Hard Disk Drive (Optional) (Both Drives Optional) Power ON LED Activity LED Status LEDs Behind the Front Bezel Tape Drive LED Codes If the optional HP DAT tape driver is used: Left LED...

  • Page 59

    Fan Indicators The fan indicators are only visible when the fan cover is removed and each one identifies which fan is defective. Fan Indicators Front of NetServer Fan Indicators The Main Menu Use this topic to view and use the Main menu to make selections on the control panel LCD window. The following message (default) displays when no other activity is present on the LCD window: The menu selections are: HW Sys Info.

  • Page 60

    Rear View PCI Hot Plug latch PCI LED Indicators External Serial, Parallel, Monitor Ports SCSI Port Power Inlet HP TopTools Remote Control Card and Connectors Power Supplies Rear Panel of the HP NetServer Power Supply LEDs PRFL FAIL Power Supply LEDs Power Supply Module LED Descriptions Control Description...

  • Page 61

    NetServer shuts down. Communication Ports Keyboard Mouse External SCSI Serial Port B Serial Port A LPT1 Not Used Rear Panel Ports NOTE The keyboard and mouse ports are interchangeable and at boot time the I/O Riser board automatically detects which device is connected to the port. PCI Hot Plug Slot LEDs Power Attention...

  • Page 62

    the board from this slot. Power to the slot is off. You can safely remove the board from this slot. Covers A. Remove screws (2) B. Pull back cover ½ inch Removing and Replacing the Front Bezel Removing Screws and Sliding the Cover Back Finger Holes (2)

  • Page 63: Single Memory Board, Memory, Dual Memory Boards

    Remove the PCI Access Panel A. Remove screws (2) B. Push panel back ½ inch Removing the PCI Access Panel's Screws Lifting Off the Access Panel Memory CAUTION The memory boards and DIMMs from the HP NetServer LXr 8000 will not function in the HP NetServer LXr 8500.

  • Page 64: Memory Capacity

    Open slots between DIMMs is also permitted. Mixing DIMM sizes and placing the DIMMs in any order on both memory boards is still permitted, but the same size DIMM must be placed in the corresponding slots on both boards. NOTE If a mismatch is detected during the boot up memory tests, both mismatched DIMMs will be de-configured to the lower value of the two DIMMs.

  • Page 65

    Boot Device Priority The on-board SCSI channels consists of two SCSI-2 (Low-Voltage Differential - LVD) channels A and B. Channel A controls the HP NetServer's internal hard disk drives. Channel B controls the HP NetServer's external SCSI port. The NetServer starts the SCSI channel scan at device ID 0, and goes up to ID 15 before starting to scan the other SCSI channel.

  • Page 66

    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 64-bit P10-P9 P8-P7 P6-P3 P2-P1 Remote Control +3.3 VDC +3.3 VDC +5 VDC +5 VDC Board must be...

  • Page 67: Processor Baseboard

    Processor Baseboard Left Processor Right Processor Carrier Board Carrier Board Processor Baseboard J6A1 Right Processor Left Processor Module Slots Module Slots Right Cache Left Cache Coherency Filter Coherency Filter Processor Baseboard (top view) Terminators (CPU + Term (+ 4 on right) = 8) Cache Coherency Filters (Installed 1 Processor...

  • Page 68: Irq Settings, Processor Baseboard Jumper Settings

    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 8-Way Configuration Processor Baseboard Jumper Settings See the Service Technical Reference Label for the latest switch settings. Open = No Jumper Closed = Jumper J61A Jumper...

  • Page 69

    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 Slot 7 Slot 6...

  • Page 70: Pci Hot Plug Boards, Exploded Views

    Slot 1 Slot 1 Slot 1 Onboard SCSI Channel A PCI Hot Plug Embedded Devices Interrupt SCBERR# Slot 1 PIIX4E Unused PCI Hot Plug Boards The PCI Hot Plug option is Network Operating System (NOS) dependent. To use the Hot Plug option, the PCI board must have a hot plug compliant driver and a Hot Plug Utility must be loaded for the respective NOS.

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    A, B, C...

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    Parts List Description Replacement Exchange Top cover assembly w/ref labels D7054-63014 I/O shield Not orderable PCI Slot Divider Not orderable I/O baseboard shield Not orderable Remote control board D6028-60001 D6028-69001 I/O riser board D6021-63007 I/O Riser PCA D6021-6372 I/O baseboard D7054-63003 D7054-69003 Battery, I/O baseboard, type CR 2032...

  • Page 73

    Description Replacement Exchange Processor cage locking bar Not orderable CPU baseboard, rev A D7054-63002 D7054-69002 CPU baseboard, rev B D8540-63001 D8540-69001 Front panel controller board w/ LCD D6021-63002 D6021-69002 Front panel Ctrl PCA Front Panel LCD Display Assembly Memory cover Not orderable Bezel, LCD Display (HP) D6021-63064...

  • Page 74

    Description Replacement Exchange Cable, Short LVDS SCSI 5183-6878 Cable, Short IDE 5183-6879 Cable, Short Floppy 5183-6880 Cable, DAT SCSI 5183-6881 Cable, Hot Swap Cage Power 5183-6882 Cable, Hot Swap Cage I2C 5183-6884 Cable, I2C, Remote Mgmt 5183-6821 Cable, AC Power 8120-6884 Cable, Pbay Pwr, Short 8120-6884...

  • Page 75: Video Resolutions, Bios Video Resolutions

    Cooling Specifications Maximum heat output 3675 BTU/hour Operating temperature 41 to 95 degrees F (5 to 35 degrees C) Operating humidity 20% to 80% Rh Power Specifications Voltage and frequency 200-240 VAC; 50/60 Hz Maximum continuous 1100 W for a four-CPU configuration; 5.6 A at 200/208 V, 4.9 A at power input 230/240 V.

  • Page 77: Hp Netserver Lxr Pro, System Views, Front View

    HP NetServer LXr Pro System Views Front View Controls and Indicators DC Power Switch Power Status System Warning Temperature Status Power Supply Status Reset Switch Reset Control Description Turns the NetServer on and off. Push once to turn on, again to turn off. (To disconnect the NetServer from AC power, turn off the AC power switch on the unit’...

  • Page 78

    Supply LED This indicator does not report on processor fans.. Press to perform a warm boot of the system. Reset Switch CAUTION If the front panel power supply status LED indicator is not lit, look at the LED indicators on each of the NetServer’ s power supplies. You must remove the NetServer’...

  • Page 79

    Parallel Serial Keyboard or Mouse Video Covers CAUTION Removing the NetServer's top cover causes the system to power down automatically. The system cannot power up until the cover is replaced. This is a safety feature.

  • Page 80

    Thumbscrews CAUTION When working with electronic components, wear an anti-static wrist strap and take precautions to prevent component damage from electrostatic discharge. Memory Use only 60 ns HP SIMMs listed on the Product Reference Label found on the side of the HP NetServer chassis.

  • Page 81

    Key in Socket Retaining latch Bank 2 70° Bank 1 45° Notches One SIMM size Two SIMM sizes Choose two of the following SIMM sizes: 32, 64 or 128 SIMM size #1 SIMM size #2 4-SIMM Configuration 8-SIMM Configuration 8-SIMM Configuration 16-SIMM Configuration 16-SIMM Configuration Supported Memory Configurations...

  • Page 82: Accessory Boards, Boot Device Priority

    Accessory Boards Memory Processor Modules PCI Bus 0 PCI Bus 1 EISA/ISA Bus NOTE Most PCI boards do not need any additional configuration. If the board that you are installing does require configuration, run the EISA Configuration Utility. Boot Device Priority If you are installing a SCSI controller board, the priority of the controllers (where the BIOS will search for the boot drive) is set by the slot location where the board is installed.

  • Page 83: Processors

    c. Embedded SCSI B controller d. PCI bus slots in the following order: P5, P6 NOTE The PCI controller boot priority can be changed so that the embedded SCSI controllers precede the PCI bus slots. To do so, run the EISA Configuration Utility and enable the option called "Boot from Embedded SCSI."...

  • Page 84

    All CPU chips and Processor Boards in the system must be the same speed/cache combination. Each Processor Board is marked. For instance, "166/512K" = 166 MHz with 512K cache. CAUTION Operating a CPU chip on an incorrect Processor Board or at a lower or higher than it was designed, or at incorrect voltage may result in unreliable operation, or may cause catastrophic or hidden damage to the chip.

  • Page 86

    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 Front Bezel D4898-63018 Top Cover D4898-63013...

  • Page 87: Keyboards

    Floppy Drive D2035-63121 Power Supply D4898-63003 D4898-69003 Fan Module D4898-63001 D4898-69001 CPU Board, B1, 200-512 D4311-60008 D4311-69008 Terminator Board** D4262-63002 D4262-69002 Memory Board D4262-63006 D4262-69006 System Management Board (SMB) 5064-1965 System Board D4311-60007 D4311-69007 Power Interconnect Board (PIB) D4898-63004 Disk Array Controller D4943-63004 D4943-69004 Cable, AC Distribution Harness...

  • Page 88: Power Cords

    Belgium C1405-61314 #ABW Swiss C1405-61311 #ABP Korea/Hangu C1405-61321 #AB1 Swedish C1405-61312 #ABS Taiwanese C1405-61323 #AB0 UK/Ireland C1405-61313 #ABU Turkish C1405-61333 #AB8 China C1405-61301 # ABA Arabic/French C1405-61325 #AB6 Portugal C1405-61327 #AB9 Hungarian C1405-61337 #AKC Poland C1405-61335 #AKD Power Cords Country Keyboard Power Cord Setup Kit...

  • Page 89: Jumper Settings, System Board

    Polish C1405B #AKD 8120-5394 System Board PCI Bus 1: P1 S6A1 Switch Video DRAM (1 MB Standard) Monitor J6A1 Jumpers PCI Bus 0 P4 Parallel Port Serial Ports Unused Keyboard / Mouse EISA/ISA Bus: E1 Power Supply Video (14 Pin) Cirrus Battery/Real Time Clock Power Supply...

  • Page 90

    BIOS Recovery J6A1 BOOT Block Protect BIOS Write J6A4 Floppy 0 Floppy 1 J6A2 Video Sleep PWR CTRL J6A3 Reserved Specifications Temperature Operating 5 to 35 C Non-operating -40 to 70 C Humidity (non-condensing) Operating 20% to 80% relative humidity Non-operating 90% relative humidity Altitude...

  • Page 91

    Weight ~36 kg (80 lb.) Power Supply Modules AC Input Auto-Ranging Power Supply 100 to 240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 7.0A maximum DC Output 370W maximum, continuous NOTE The HP NetServer LXr Pro includes a total of three power supplies in an N+1 configuration (N=2).

  • Page 93: Hp Netserver Lxr Pro8, System Views, Front Panel Controls

    HP NetServer LXr Pro8 System Views Front Panel Controls DC Output AC Input Attention Indicator Indicator Indicator Indicator DC Power Switch Message Display Reset Switch Control Panel Switch and Indicator Definitions Control Description DC Power Switch Turns the system on, or returns it to standby.. Reset Switch Press to perform a warm boot of the system.

  • Page 94: Power Supply Indicators, Rear Panel Controls, Ports, And Indicators

    Power Supply Indicators DC Output Attention Indicator AC Input Indicator Indicator Power Supply LEDs Control Description DC Output Indicator Lights green when DC power is online. During normal operation, this LED should always be green. AC Input Indicator Lights green when the power supply is receiving AC power. During normal operation, this LED is always green.

  • Page 95

    should then move toward you on its slides. Boot Status LEDs Displays Power-On Self-Test codes during startup. Covers When replacing plastic covers on control panel buttons, make sure that tabs on the covers point up and down, as shown NOTE If you fail to unlock the power interlock switch, the satellite chassis will not slide away from the base chassis.

  • Page 96

    CAUTION You will need to replace the retention bracket when redocking the Satellite Chassis. The Bracket ensures correct mechanical connection. Ejector Handles Retention Bracket Slide Release Latch Rail on side of satellite Fit rail inside slide CAUTION Do not attempt to detach or reattach the satellite chassis by yourself. The task requires two people.

  • Page 97: Satellite Chassis' Top Cover, Lower Board Cage

    Satellite Chassis' Top Cover Spring-loaded 1. Insert finger in each hinge pins fingerhold. Push fingerholds toward 2. Push cover forward each other. until it stops, then lift cover by fingerholds. NOTE As a safety measure, and to avoid cooling problems, you must always replace the cover before turning on the HP NetServer.

  • Page 98

    Mounting Tab Captive Screws Mounting Tab Memory There are four DIMM sockets on the system board for memory expansion. You can use 64 MB, 128 MB, and 256 MB Memory Configuration Guidelines The HP NetServer LXr Pro8 accepts up to two memory boards. Each board has 32 DIMM sockets and accepts only 128 MB SDRAM DIMMS, for a maximum capacity of 4096 MB per board.

  • Page 99: Memory Configurations For One 4 Gb Memory Board

    Memory Configurations for One 4 GB Memory Board Memory Upper Memory Board Slots M0 - M31 Size Quantity 256 MB 512 MB 1 GB 1.5 GB 2 GB 3 GB 4 GB XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX Memory Configurations for Two 4 GB Memory Boards Memory Upper Memory Board Slots M0 - M31...

  • Page 100

    Base Chassis Satellite Chassis 4 GB Memory Board Retaining Clips Retaining Clip Retaining Clip CAUTION Do not rock the SDRAM DIMM into place, but apply firm and even pressure.

  • Page 101: Processor Board Configurations, Boot Device Priority

    Boot Device Priority By default, the HP NetServer searches for bootable devices in the order shown below. (This boot sequence is configurable.) 1. CD-ROM drive. 2. Flexible disk drive. 3. Hard disk drives on embedded SCSI controller 0. This controller controls the server's internal mass storage devices.

  • Page 102

    board board 8 CPUs Processor board Processor board Processor Processor board board NOTE You must have a terminator board on hand to put in place of the processor board.

  • Page 103

    Exploded Views...

  • Page 107

    Parts List * This part is not on an exploded view. Description Replacement Exchange Docking station chassis not orderable Chassis slides D5028-63027 DC switch assembly (switch & pawl) D5028-63015 Satellite chassis - with midplane board D5028-63017 D5028-69017 Midplane board (2) D5028-63002 PIN adapter board D5028-63034...

  • Page 108: Cables, Keyboards

    Rack Installation Kit (4) D4984A Rack Mounting Rails Power Cord (C20-C19) 8120-6884 Common tray filler panels (3) 5063-8389 Terminator boards must be installed when there is not a processor board in a processor board slot. If you need to replace the midplane board, you must replace the entire satellite chassis. (3), (4) This part number is constantly revised for each new release.

  • Page 109

    Sw/French C1405B #ABP Czech C1405B #AKB C1405C #ABA Hungarian C1405B #AKC Italy C1405C #ABZ Polish C1405B #AKD Korea C1405B #AB1 System Board CON5 CON3 CON1 CON6 CON4 CON2 CON0 JP10 Unused Bus 0 Bus 1 CPU Bus A CPU Bus B Port 80 LEDs PCI Slots...

  • Page 110: System Switches, Specifications

    System Switches CON0 Clear CMOS Con 0 Clear CMOS Enable Con 6 5 4 3 2 1 (Reserved) Con 0 Clear CMOS Protect JP 8 Reserved Enable Flashing Protect JP 9 Main BIOS Flashing Enable Flashing Protect JP10 Boot Block BIOS Flashing Specifications NOTE...

  • Page 111

    (44.5 cm high x 48.6 cm wide x 81.53 cm deep) Rack space 10 EIA units Rack Clearance 46 in. (117 cm) beyond rear of HP rack (door mounted) 30 in. (76 cm) beyond rear of HP rack (no door) System weight 170 lb.

  • Page 113: Notes

    Notes...

  • Page 117: Index

    Notes Index Accessory Boards Fan Indicators LXrPro, 76 LXr8500, 53 altitude Front View LX, 28 LXr8500, 49 Front View boot device priority LXrPro, 71 LX, 21 LXr8000, 39 Hot Plug LXr8500, 59 LXr8000, 34 LXrPro, 76 hot swap subsystem SCSI address switch LXrPro8, 95 settings LX, 24...

  • Page 118

    memory LXr8500, 57 SCSI address switch settings LX, 24 LXrPro, 74 LXrPro8, 92 SCSI cabling configurations LX, 21 Memory LX, 16 LXe, 25 LXr8000, 35 SIMMs memory configuration LX guidelines, 16 LX, 16 specifications LX, 28 LXr8000, 47 part numbers LXr8500, 68 LX keyboards, 11 LXrPro, 84...

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