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HP D7171A - NetServer - LPr Installation Manual

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    HP NetServer LH 3000/3000r Installation Guide...

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

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000........1 Installation Guidelines..................1 Rack Mount Installation ................. 2 Pedestal Installation ..................4 Configuring the HP NetServer................ 6 Shipping the fully-configured HP NetServer ..........10 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators..............11 Introduction ....................

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Removing the LH 3000 Covers ..............36 Replacing the HP NetServer LH 3000 Covers..........38 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices............... 39 Introduction ....................39 Duplex Board ..................40 Mass Storage Guidelines................40 Selecting SCSI Devices................40 SCSI Termination ..................41 Hot-Swap Cage and Drive Configurations............

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    Contents 7 Installing Additional Processors............... 71 Introduction ....................71 Configuration Guidelines................71 Tools Required .................... 72 Installing the Processor................72 Upgrading the Firmware ................83 Testing the Processor .................. 83 Re-installing the NOS ................83 Removing a Processor Module ..............83 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U85 Introduction ....................

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    Contents Configuration Assistant................111 Express Configuration ................111 Custom Configuration................114 Replicate Configuration ................115 NOS Installation ..................115 Manual NOS Installation .................115 Automated NOS Installation:..............115 HP Management Solutions .................116 TopTools for Servers ................116 TopTools Remote Control...............117 PcANYWHERE32...................118 NetServer Utilities...................118 Setup Utility ....................119 Starting the Setup Utility .................119 Menu Bar ....................119 Using the Setup Screens ................121 Changing the System Date and Time............121...

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    Contents DiagTools....................139 Error Messages ..................140 Clearing the System Configuration..............140 Password Problems..................142 13Alternative Rack Mounting...............143 Introduction ....................143 Rack-mounting Guidelines and Precautions..........144 Preparing for Installation ................145 Tools Required ...................146 Installing the Slides..................146 Marking the Columns................146 Installing Rack Nuts................148 Installing Bar Nuts ..................149 Attaching the Slides................150 Completing the NetServer Installation .............152 A Specifications ...................153...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Declaration of Conformity (US, EU, Australia) .........162 Regulatory Notices - Product Safety ............163 CD-ROM and Laser Safety Statements...........163 Battery Statements .................165 Noise and Ergonomic Safety Statements ..........166 C Service and Support.................167 D Warranty and Software License...............169 Warranty ....................169 HP Software Product License Agreement ...........169 Index......................171 viii...

  • Page 9: Setting Up The Hp Netserver Lh 3000r And Lh 3000, Installation Guidelines

    1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 Installation Guidelines This Installation Guide is for the LH 3000r rack-mount HP NetServer and the LH 3000 pedestal HP NetServer. Rack-mount Orientation Pedestal Orientation LH 3000r Figure 1-1. HP NetServers Observe all warnings and cautions.

  • Page 10: Rack Mount Installation

    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 Use the removable and reusable rack-mounting handles to move and place the LH 3000r in the rack. Remove them only when you have secured the NetServer to the rack. The LH 3000 has a locked bezel;...

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    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 3. If you have optional items to add to the HP NetServer (memory, accessory boards, mass storage, or processors), remove covers and the bezel. If not, skip to step 8. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer."...

  • Page 12: Pedestal Installation

    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 14. Install the Cable Management Arm to the rear of the rack-mounted HP NetServer. Refer to Chapter 8, "Mounting the HP NetServer in the Rack System/E or Rack System/U." 15.

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    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 Store the empty boxes and packing material in a safe place. This is especially important if you plan to ship the HP NetServer elsewhere for final installation. CAUTION The HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 each weigh up to 165 pounds (75 kgs).

  • Page 14: Configuring The Hp Netserver

    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 10. Replace covers and the bezel. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." 11. Connect the monitor, keyboard, mouse and power supplies. Refer to Chapter 9, "Connecting Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, and Power Supplies."...

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    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 2. On your first use of the CD, HP Navigator prompts you to set the time and date and gives you an opportunity to change the display language. NOTE You might also be asked to update your system BIOS.

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    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 9. Choose a NOS: Select the NOS to install and the version, if necessary. 10. Select the NOS installation mode: If you select certain versions of Novell NetWare/IntranetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server, you will be asked, "Would you like to use HP’s automated mode of NOS installation?"...

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    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 Follow the instructions on the screen and in the network operating system’s installation instructions to perform the manual NOS installation. For Manual NOS Installation Only: Before you perform a manual NOS installation, print out instructions and create NOS-specific driver diskette(s), as follows: a.

  • Page 18: Shipping The Fully-configured Hp Netserver

    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000 Shipping the fully-configured HP NetServer Label each cable and component to facilitate re-assembly. If racked, remove all components from the rack, including external mass storage. For both rack-mounted and pedestal NetServers, repack the components in the original packing material and prepare them for shipment.

  • Page 19: Controls, Ports, And Indicators, Introduction, Front Of The Chassis

    2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Introduction Before installation, familiarize yourself with the controls, ports, and indicators. Front of the Chassis Use the front panel console from the front of the HP NetServer. Front Panel Console Figure 2-1. LH 3000r Bezel and Front Panel Console Front Panel Reset Console...

  • Page 20: Front Panel Console

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Front Panel Console Figure 2-3 shows the HP NetServer LH 3000’s Front Panel Console (the HP NetServer LH 3000r is similar, but has no lock). Door reveals this panel Secure Mode Power Power-on Reset Switch Switch Switch...

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    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Resets the NetServer. This switch may be disabled by Secure RESET RESET mode. Secure Mode Locks system keyboard, monitor display, and control panel to prevent unauthorized use. Go to the Setup utility security menu Indicator to configure this feature.

  • Page 22: Viewing System Information, Main Menu

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Viewing System Information Use the HP NetServer’s status screen and buttons to view system configuration information, a log of current and past conditions, replaceable parts information, adjust screen contrast, and more. NOTE The small door over the Power and Reset buttons prevents someone from accidentally powering down or resetting the NetServer.

  • Page 23: Event Log Menu

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators NOTE The status screen displays two lines of an entire menu at a time. This is the entire Main Menu: ***Main Menu**** >Event Log >FW Info >System Info >Component Info >Service >Adjust Contrast Menus beginning with a greater-than symbol (>) indicate sub-menu selections.

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    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators This is a sample event log: ****EventLog**** >008^ POST Error >007^ TempError >006 CPU Failure >005 POST Error >004 Volt Error >003 CPU Failure >002^ POST Error >001 System Boot Each line includes a brief summary of a log entry, including the log entry number.

  • Page 25: Fw Info (firmware Information) Menu, Hw System Info Menu

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators FW Info (Firmware Information) Menu The FW Info menu displays the versions of all firmware components in the system. 1. Select FW Info from the Main Menu. A display similar to the one shown below appears on the NetServer’s front panel display.

  • Page 26: Component Info Menu, Service Menu

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Component Info Menu To see the chassis’ part numbers and serial numbers: 1. Select Component Info from the Main Menu. A display similar to the one shown below appears on the status screen: *Component Info* Asset Tag: 2.

  • Page 27: Adjust Contrast Menu, Hard Disk Drive Led Indicators

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Adjust Contrast Menu This is the Adjust Contrast display. *Adjust Contrast == {XXXXXXXX}== 1. To decrease contrast, press (Left Arrow). 2. To increase contrast, press (Right Arrow). 3. To save the contrast setting, press Enter. Hard Disk Drive LED Indicators Each disk drive module has two LEDs: one for status and one for activity.

  • Page 28: Rear Of The Chassis

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Headphone Jack Eject Button Activity LED CD ROM Drive Flexible Disk Drive Access Button Activity LED Volume Control Internal Drive Bays (Non-hot-swap) Status LED Activity LED Figure 2-4. CD-ROM, Flexible Disk Drive, and Hard Disk Drive LEDs Rear of the Chassis The HP NetServer’s rear panel includes communication ports, the AC power inlet, and the NetServer’s two power supplies cages.

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    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Serial Port Remote Management Port Parallel Port Mouse Port Keyboard Port Hot-Plug PCI LEDs LAN Port Monitor Port Power Supplies Power Supply Status LEDs Power Connectors Figure 2-5. Rear Panel of the HP NetServer The optional Redundancy Kit provides a third power supply.

  • Page 30: Leds At The Rear Of The Chassis

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators LEDs at the Rear of the Chassis PCI Attention LEDs If a hot-plug board needs attention, its LED glows amber. Slot 5 needs attention Figure 2-6. Amber Attention LED When an amber PCI LED appears, you must remove the cover to see the power LEDs for each hot plug PCI slot (see Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer").

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    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Onboard LEDs Green (Power) LED Amber (Attention) LED Figure 2-8. Light Pipes Display PCI LEDs Table 2-4. PCI Hot Plug LEDs Amber Green Status Indicated Your Action Power to the slot is on, and Do not remove the the slot is operating normally.

  • Page 32: Connecting The Hp Netserver To Ac Power

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators LAN LEDs The LH 3000 has two LEDs on either side of the RJ-45 connection. Interpret the LEDs in this way: Table 2-6. Local Area Network LED Status Green LED Yellow LED LAN Status: ON/Flashing The LAN is connected and data is being transferred at 10Mbps.

  • Page 33: Power-on Tests, Power-up And Power-down Procedures, Power-up Procedure, Power-down Procedure

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators NOTE Each 16-amp PDU can accommodate a maximum of two NetServers. When the proper power supply is available, connect the NetServer to the AC power source. Power-On Tests The HP NetServer runs a set of diagnostic tests when it is first connected to a power source.

  • Page 34: Sleep States (acpi)

    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators 2. Follow instructions in your network operating system (NOS) documentation to gracefully shut down all networking software and applications. 3. Press the Power switch to shut down the HP NetServer. See Figure 2-3. Normally, this completes the procedure. Sleep States (ACPI) The sleep states are available if your NOS supports power management based on the ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface).

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    Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators To go to a fully powered-down state, press the front panel Power switch for more than 4 seconds. To go to a fully powered-up state, press the power switch for less than 4 seconds (default) and full operation is restored, including the status screen display and the power LED.

  • Page 37: Opening And Closing The Hp Netserver, Introduction

    3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Introduction Use this chapter to see how to open and close the HP NetServer to add components. Components such as DIMMs and processors are on the system board shown outlined below. LH 3000 LH 3000r Figure 3-1.

  • Page 38: Tools Required, Removing The Lh 3000r Covers

    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer NOTE If the backlight on the LCD display is on, standby power is also on. Tools Required Torx 15 Driver Torx 25 Driver (rack-mount only) An anti-static service kit (3M 8501/8502/8503 or equivalent). This kit includes a static-dissipating work surface, a chassis clip lead, and a wrist strap.

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 2. Remove the bezel from the front of the HP NetServer by swinging the bezel open (past 90 degrees) until it releases from the three posts on the bezel hinge. The bezel has three clips that mount onto a hinge assembly, which is secured to the HP NetServer chassis.

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Cover 1 Remove the two screws securing the NetServer to Remove two screws the rack. Securing the Netserver to the rack. Do not remove the two screws securing the bracket to the NetServer.

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 6. At the front of the NetServer, pull the NetServer forward from the rack until you hear the lockout device engage with a click. Locking Latch Figure 3-6. Locking Latch CAUTION The HP NetServer covers are heavy. Support them as you remove them, and allow room to move them away from the HP NetServer and for storage.

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Cover 1 Thumbscrew Cover Thumbscrew Cover 3 Figure 3-7. HP NetServer LH 3000r Covers 8. Remove Cover 2 by supporting it with your hand, then loosening the thumbscrew and pulling the cover forward to disengage it. Lift it away from the chassis (see Figure 3-7).

  • Page 43: Replacing The Lh 3000r Covers

    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Replacing the LH 3000r Covers CAUTION Do NOT operate the NetServer for more than thirty minutes with any cover (including power supplies and disk drives) removed. Otherwise, damage to system components may result due to improper cooling airflow.

  • Page 44: Removing The Lh 3000 Covers

    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Removing the LH 3000 Covers 1. Unlock the bezel, using the supplied key. The bezel connects to the chassis with two snap-in connectors inside its top left and right corners and two tabs that fit into two slots on the bottom of the chassis.

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 3. Once you have removed the bezel, remove Cover 1 by loosening the thumbscrew and then pulling the cover forward to disengage it. Lift it outward and away from the chassis (see Figure 3-9). 4.

  • Page 46: Replacing The Hp Netserver Lh 3000 Covers

    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Replacing the HP NetServer LH 3000 Covers CAUTION Do NOT operate the NetServer for more than thirty minutes with any cover (including power supplies and disk drives) removed. Otherwise, damage to system components may result due to improper cooling airflow.

  • Page 47: Installing Mass Storage Devices, Introduction

    4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Introduction The HP NetServer standard configuration is: One hot-swap mass storage cage (primary) Configured with a single SCSI bus Installed with requested drives With filler panels in the slots not occupied by drives An enclosure for a second hot-swap mass storage cage (secondary) A flexible disk drive A CD-ROM 32x drive Non-hot-swap mass storage shelves...

  • Page 48: Duplex Board, Mass Storage Guidelines, Selecting Scsi Devices

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Duplex Board Preinstalled A small number of systems have a duplex board preinstalled. The duplex board supports dual-bus mass storage configurations. Duplex hot-swap drive configurations and SCSI IDs are later in this chapter. Upgrade If you are installing the duplex board, refer to the HP NetServer Duplex Kit Installation Guide that came with the Duplex Board Accessory Kit for other information.

  • Page 49: Scsi Termination, Hot-swap Cage And Drive Configurations, Primary Cage - Scsi A

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices SCSI Termination Make sure that SCSI devices you install in both hot-swap and non-hot-swap bays do not have termination. Hot-Swap Cage and Drive Configurations This section describes mass storage configurations. NOTE In the tables below, the absence of a number in the disk drive row indicates a spacer or filler panel is present in a slot.

  • Page 50: Secondary Cage - Scsi B

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Secondary Cage - SCSI B This is a block diagram of an optional LH 3000r cage configuration. I/O Board SCSI A PCI Slots Secondary Hot-Swap Mass Storage Cage SCSI B Figure 4-4. Secondary Cage Configuration – Single Bus B NOTE This configuration requires the mass storage upgrade kit.

  • Page 51: Primary Cage Dual Bus - Scsi A And B

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Primary Cage Dual Bus - SCSI A and B This is a block diagram of the LH 3000r cage duplexed. I/O Board Channel A: Used for Top Half SCSI A of Cage PCI Slots Channel B: SCSI B Backplane of...

  • Page 52: Primary And Secondary Cages Duplexed

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Primary and Secondary Cages Duplexed I/O Board shown with a DAC in PCI slot 5 (Channel X) and 6 (Channel Y) SCSI A SCSI A SCSI B to Top Half Primary Cage SCSI B to Bottom Half Secondary Cage Channel D...

  • Page 53: Pedestal Primary Cage Duplexed, Boot Priority

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Pedestal Primary Cage Duplexed I/O Board Channel A: Used for Top Half SCSI A PCI Slots of Cage Backplane of Channel B: Primary Hot-Swap Used for Bottom Half Duplex Boa rd Mass Storage Cage of Cage (Right Drive Bay) Figure 4-10.

  • Page 54: Installing Hot-swap Mass Storage

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices NOTE Once you have configured the HP NetServer, change this boot order using Setup. See Chapter 10, "Configuring the HP NetServer." Use the Symbios Configuration Utility to configure the HP NetServer to use a PCI slot for boot devices. Refer to the Symbios Configuration Utility on the Information Assistant CD-ROM under LH 3000r/Configure/Hardware Configuration Utility/SCSI Configuration Utility.

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    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices CAUTION When installing more than one drive, do not stack drives on your work surface. Hard disk drives are very susceptible to mechanical shock and can be damaged by a drop as short as one-quarter of an inch.

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    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Locking tab pivots when the ejector handle is open Light Pipes (fragile) Drive ejector handle Locking Latch Figure 4-14. Readying Drive Module for Installation 5. With the drive ejector handle open, gently slide the module into the cage. Stop when you feel resistance.

  • Page 57: Removing A Hot-swap Hard Disk Drive Module

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices NOTE Closing the ejector handle engages the drive with the electrical connector in the hot-swap mass storage cage and seats the drive. 7. If the drive is unseated in the cage after closing the ejector handle, repeat steps 5 and 6.

  • Page 58: Installing Non-hot-swap Mass Storage

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Installing Non-Hot-Swap Mass Storage Follow this procedure to install a flexible disk drive, CD-ROM, tape backup, or non-hot-swap hard disk drive. Non-hot-swap shelves Figure 4-16. Non-Hot-Swap Shelves CAUTION Leave the drive in its anti-static bag until you are ready to install it.

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    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Follow the setup steps in the exact order shown below for a successful installation. Skip any steps that do not apply to your installation. 1. Log off all users and gracefully shut down the network operating system according to directions in your NOS documentation.

  • Page 60: Connecting Scsi Sub-systems, Integrated Hp Netraid

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Connecting SCSI Sub-Systems The second LVD SCSI connector, bus B, can be used to connect to peripheral sub-systems such as the HP RS/12 or DLT tape libraries. NOTE SCSI channel B has SE and LVD connectors. CAUTION Do not mix high voltage differential (HVD) driver and receiver devices with the SE, LVD (Ultra2), or multimode...

  • Page 61: Installing Additional Memory, Introduction, Memory Guidelines

    5 Installing Additional Memory Introduction This chapter describes adding memory to the HP NetServer LH 3000r and LH 3000. The standard configuration ships with one 128 MB DIMM in slot 0. DIMM Socket 0 DIMM Socket 1 DIMM Socket 2 DIMM Socket 3 Figure 5-1.

  • Page 62: Installing Memory In The Lh 3000r And Lh 3000, Tools Required

    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Tools Required An anti-static service kit (3M 8501/8502/8503 or equivalent). This kit includes a static-dissipating work surface, a chassis clip lead, and a wrist strap. Installing Memory in the LH 3000r and LH 3000 CAUTION Extend the anti-tip foot prior to any work on a rack-mount server.

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    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory LH 3000r LH 3000 Figure 5-2. Location of System Board Assembly WARNING Always disconnect the power cord before removing the covers 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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    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory CAUTION The system board assembly weighs approximately 15 lbs. (7 kgs). Removing the board assembly with the assistance of another person is advised. 6. Pull the board out until it clears the chassis guides (see Figures 5-3 and 5-4).

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    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory 7. Slide the system board assembly from the chassis and place it metal plate side down on an anti-static pad. 8. Install the DIMMs: a. Spread the latches outward on each socket to receive a DIMM. b.

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    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Repeat step 8 to install all of the DIMMs for your memory configuration. 9. Carefully reinsert the system board assembly into its guides until the blue latches return to the flat, locked position. Figure 5-6. Install the System Board Assembly 10.

  • Page 67: Installing Additional Pci Boards, Introduction

    6 Installing Additional PCI Boards Introduction This chapter describes how to install accessory boards, during initial installations, into the I/O board. The I/O board is under Cover 1 on the top of the LH 3000r and under the left cover of the LH 3000. If you want to do a "hot"...

  • Page 68: Guidelines

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards The I/O board comprises: Eight PCI board slots Four pairs of PCI hot-plug LEDs Four rectangular separators to ease hot-plug board replacement Two SCSI connectors, A and B for hot-swap drives The SE SCSI connector for non-hot-swap drives The I/O Memory slot, which contains memory used by the Intel i960RD I/O processor for embedded RAID The Remote Management connector, linking the I/O board to the external...

  • Page 69: Remote Control Board, Tools Required, Irq Settings

    (NFPA 70) Class 2 or power source limits and must use appropriate interconnecting cabling in accordance with the National Electrical Code. (All Hewlett-Packard boards comply with Class 2.) You can configure the NetServer to boot from a PCI-based DAC inserted into a PCI slot.

  • Page 70: Boot Priority, Tested Pci Boards And Drivers, Installing Accessory Boards

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards Boot Priority Some boards have preferred slot locations. If not, consider the boot order when choosing the accessory board slot in which to install the accessory board. This is the default boot priority for the LH 3000r and LH 3000: 1.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards 1. Read the documentation included with each board and follow any special instructions provided. 2. If necessary, log off all users and gracefully shut down the network operating system according to directions in your NOS documentation. 3.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards 8. Release the front board hold-down and remove it. Front board hold-down Figure 6-2. Remove Front Board Hold-Down 9. Remove the slot cover from the target slot (number 3 in this example) by rotating the solid latch first and the latch with the small opening second. NOTE The PCI non-hot-plug slot covers use a black retainer and a blue locking lever to hold the slot cover and board in place,...

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards Retainer Locking Lever Non Hot-Plug Slot 3 Figure 6-3. Remove the Slot Cover NOTE After removing the slot cover, leave the retainer and locking lever open so that you can install the board. 10. Install the PCI non-hot-plug board in the slot, which is number 3 in this example.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards Figure 6-4. Install Non-Hot-Plug Board 11. Align the board with its slot along its full length, and push it into the slot with even pressure along the top edge of the board until it is fully seated in its connector.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards 15. Follow the procedure in Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer," for closing up the server. 16. Reconnect power and cables. 17. Power on the HP NetServer according to the respective NOS power-up instructions.

  • Page 76: Removing A Hot-plug Board

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards Removing a Hot-Plug Board If you want to remove or replace a hot-plug PCI board, go to "Hot Adding or Replacing Hot-Plug PCI Boards" in the following section. To remove a hot-plug board from the HP NetServer which is not running: 1.

  • Page 77: Hot Adding Or Replacing Hot-plug Pci Boards

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional PCI Boards Hot Adding or Replacing Hot-Plug PCI Boards The PCI Hot-Plug option is NOS-dependent. To use the Hot-Plug option, the PCI board must have a hot-plug compliant driver and a Hot-Plug Utility for the respective NOS. The Hot-Plug Utility is used to turn power off/on to the PCI slot, while the HP NetServer continues to operate normally.

  • Page 79: Installing Additional Processors, Introduction, Configuration Guidelines

    7 Installing Additional Processors Introduction The HP NetServer LH 3000/3000r supports two processors in primary and secondary slots. The NetServer ships with one processor and an accompanying VRM in the primary slots. The processor and VRM are on the system board. Primary Configuration Switches...

  • Page 80: Installing The Processor, Tools Required

    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors CAUTION Do not change the processor speed switches as this can result in unreliable or intermittent performance, and data integrity may also be at risk. Use only processor upgrade kits with the same HP product number. This ensures the processor type, clock speed, and cache size match, and that processor steppings are compatible.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 2. If you are installing a processor in a new HP NetServer, skip to step 4; otherwise, shut down the network operating system according to directions in your NOS documentation and power down the HP NetServer according to the instructions in Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators."...

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Rotate retaining latches and lift system board assembly up and out of the chassis. ‘ Figure 7-3. Removing the System Board Assembly from the Pedestal NetServer...

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 7. Slide the system board assembly from the chassis and place it metal plate side down on an anti-static pad. 8. Remove the processor cage cover by releasing the thumbscrew. Set the cover aside. Thumbscrew Figure 7-4.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 9. Slide the blue plastic release levers forward to free the terminator. 10. Hold the terminator by its edges and lift straight up to remove it. 11. Save the terminator for future use. Terminator Release Levers Figure 7-5.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 13. Align the additional processor over the secondary slot so that the heat sink faces towards the center of the enclosure like the processor already installed. Figure 7-6. Install Processor 14. Gently push down on the additional processor until the blue latches return to their closed position.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 16. Holding the VRM by its edges, insert it into the socket. Figure 7-7. Handle VRM by Edges Figure 7-8. Insert the VRM...

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 17. Processor speed switches are set for the processor speed that ships with your system. NOTE Only the first four switches set the processor speed. After installing processors, verify that the configuration switches are set correctly. If the switches are not correct, set them accordingly.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Table 7-1. Configuration Switch Settings Configuration Switches – CPU Speed Speed Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 4 266 MHz 333 MHz 400 MHz 466 MHz 533 MHz 600 MHz 666 MHz 733 MHz Configuration Switches S5-S8 Switch Function...

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Figure 7-10. Replace Processor Cage Cover 22. If you removed the system board assembly, re-install the assembly now. CAUTION Processor modules are designed to operate at their stated speed. Do not set the configuration switches to a different speed.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Figure 7-11. Install the System Board Assembly CAUTION Do not operate the HP NetServer without first installing all covers and the front bezel. Operating the system without all covers in place reduces critical cooling airflow over some components, such as hard disk drives and processors.

  • Page 91: Upgrading The Firmware, Testing The Processor, Re-installing The Nos, Removing A Processor Module

    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Upgrading the Firmware Load the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM. It will advise you if the BIOS version on the CD is newer than the BIOS on the HP NetServer and ask you if you want to update the BIOS. Choose Continue, and then NetServer Utilities to update the BIOS if necessary.

  • Page 93: Hp Netserver And Rack Components

    8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Introduction This chapter describes how to mount the HP NetServer in an HP System/E or /U rack. If you have an older HP System rack, see Chapter 13, "Alternative Rack Mounting,"...

  • Page 94: Rack-mounting Guidelines And Precautions, Tools Required

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U NOTE The pedestal HP NetServer LH 3000 cannot be rack-installed without a conversion kit. Contact your HP reseller for information about the HP NetServer LH 3000 to LH 3000r Conversion Kit.

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    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Use HP Rack Assistant to plan the rack configuration and to check power, weight, and stability of the configured rack. Download HP Rack Assistant from: http://netserver.hp.com/netserver/support/ Anti-tip Foot Leveler...

  • Page 96: Hp Rack System/e And /u Characteristics

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Reduced Air Flow - As you mount equipment in the rack, make sure that you allow enough air flow for safe operation of the equipment. Observe the minimum clearance dimensions listed in Appendix A, "Specifications."...

  • Page 97: Hp Netserver Rack Mount Parts List, Rack-mounting The Hp Netserver

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U HP NetServer Rack Mount Parts List Make sure that the rack-mount kit that accompanies the HP NetServer contains the following parts: Table 8-1. Parts for Rack Mount Kit Quantity Description Slides...

  • Page 98: Installing Bezel Rack Nuts

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Installing Bezel Rack Nuts Facing the front of the rack: 1. Install the bezel-latch rack nuts on the right front column (holes 11 and 15 up from the baseline). 2.

  • Page 99: Installing Bar Nuts

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Installing Bar Nuts The "bar nut" is a two-hole metal bar used to secure the mounting flanges of the slide to the rack columns. All four mounting brackets on the slides attach behind the outside faces of the columns using bar nuts.

  • Page 100

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U The bar nut is placed behind the outside face of the column, at the height determined with the template, or by counting. 1. Insert two screws through the marked holes on the front columns. 2.

  • Page 101: Attaching The Slides

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Attaching the Slides The slides have mounting flanges at each end (see Figure 8-7). The mounting flange is inserted between the column and the bar nut. The slots in the mounting flange allow you to insert the flange in place behind the outside face but in front of the bar nut.

  • Page 102

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 1. Hold the slide so the slide members can extend out the front of the rack. 2. Insert the slide front and rear mounting flanges between the column and bar nuts.

  • Page 103: Installing The Hp Netserver

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Installing the HP NetServer The following steps require lifting the HP NetServer with the mounting handles, placing it in front of the slide members, and sliding the slide members underneath the handles to secure it to the slides installed in the rack.

  • Page 104

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 3. Extend the slides until you hear a click, indicating they are locked. Note that slides do not come apart. NOTE The slide members cannot be removed. 4.

  • Page 105

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 7. Reset the HP NetServer handles on the slides and then line up the mounting holes in the HP NetServer chassis with the screw holes in the slides (see Figure 8-11).

  • Page 106: Securing The Hp Netserver To The Rack

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Figure 8-12. Removing Mounting Handles Securing the HP NetServer to the Rack Complete the following steps to secure the HP NetServer to the rack and install the front bezel.

  • Page 107

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Lockout Latch Bezel Latch Bezel Hinge Figure 8-13. Slide Lockout Releases, Bezel Latch, and Bezel Hinge 4. Install two screws through the bezel hinge into the rack nuts on the left column.

  • Page 108

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Bezel Latch Bezel Hinge Figure 8-14. Securing the HP NetServer to the Rack 6. Snap the bezel on the bezel hinge and close the bezel on the bezel latch. The bezel swings open to access the HP NetServer internal mass storage cage (see Figure 8-15).

  • Page 109: Attaching The Cable Management Arm

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Figure 8-15. Installing the Bezel 7. Slide the anti-tip foot into the rack. 8. Return to the HP Rack Installation Road Map to complete the rack installation.

  • Page 110

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Rear of NetServer Left Rear Rack Column Cable Management Arm Figure 8-16. Attaching the Cable Management Arm 1. Ensure the HP NetServer is pushed all the way into the rack. 2.

  • Page 111: Attaching The Z-bracket For Shipping

    Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Each of the HP NetServer’s two front flanges has two slots, which should line up with the rack nuts previously mounted on the rack columns. 10. Plug the HP NetServer’s power cable and all available data cables into the back of the HP NetServer.

  • Page 113: Connecting Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, And Power Supplies

    9 Connecting Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, and Power Supplies Connect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse cables to the appropriate connectors on the rear of the chassis. Serial Port Remote Management Port Parallel Port Mouse Port Keyboard Port Hot-Plug PCI LEDs LAN Port Monitor Port Power Supplies...

  • Page 114: Power Supplies

    Chapter 9 Connecting Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, and Power Supplies Power Supplies You can install the third power supply in slot three or four. If you have an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), refer to the instructions supplied with it. NOTE If you have installed your HP NetServer LH 3000r into a rack, refer to the HP NetServer LH 3000r Rack Cabling Reference Guide for instructions on how to cable the NetServer to external connections.

  • Page 115: Introduction, Configuring The Hp Netserver, Hp Netserver Navigator Cd-rom

    10 Configuring the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter describes configuring the HP NetServer: Configure mass storage as either: NetRAID (default) LVD SCSI Updating the BIOS Selecting a language (for example, French) Installing the Network Operating System (NOS) NOTE The HP NetServer ships with NetRAID as the default. If you plan to configure mass storage as LVD SCSI, change the default using the Setup Utility prior to installing the NOS.

  • Page 116: Use Navigator To Get Configuration Information, Getting The Latest Software And Drivers

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer If the autorun feature is on, your Navigator CD-ROM program will run automatically. If the autorun feature is turned off on your computer, do this: a. Access the CD-ROM with your NOS. b. Run launch32.exe. 2.

  • Page 117

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Release date Part number of the HP Navigator CD-ROM Document Number Status Report The Status Report for your specific Navigator CD-ROM version describes in detail any software updates between the version and the previous version. To obtain a Release History or a Status Report, go to one of these sites: http://netserver.hp.com/netserver/ ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/servers...

  • Page 118: Check The Readme File First, Configuration Assistant And Installation Assistant

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Check the Readme File First This file includes the most recent information that was not included in the printed installation documentation. Follow these steps to view the file. 1. Press the power-on button. 2. Press the CD-ROM drive eject button. 3.

  • Page 119: Installation Assistant, Configuration Assistant, Express Configuration

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Installation Assistant HP Installation Assistant guides you through the NOS installation and configures the NOS with the appropriate drivers for the HP-bundled configuration. If Configuration Assistant detects that a newer version of the BIOS is available on the HP Navigator CD-ROM it will prompt you to update the BIOS.

  • Page 120

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer configure your NOS with appropriate drivers for HP-bundled configurations. This installation also loads the Local Support Tool onto Windows NT or NetWare systems. The Local Support Tool is a stand-alone support tool accessed directly from the NetServer. It gives you information to help you manage the NetServer.

  • Page 121

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Show System Information: Use this screen to display information about standard and accessory boards and devices in the system, as well as the used and available system resources. Select View Hardware Inventory on the Show System Information screen to display information about standard and accessory boards and devices in the system.

  • Page 122: Custom Configuration

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Custom Configuration Select Custom if you are experienced in NetServer configuration and have a preferred sequence of steps, or if you prefer to configure your system one component at a time. In Custom configuration mode, you perform the same configuration steps as provided in Express configuration mode, but these can be done in any order.

  • Page 123: Replicate Configuration, Nos Installation, Manual Nos Installation, Automated Nos Installation

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Show NOS Installation Instructions: Select this option to save a copy of NOS installation instructions to diskette and to print it out. Replicate Configuration In Replicate configuration mode, you can save a copy of your current system configuration or load a previously saved configuration.

  • Page 124: Hp Management Solutions, Toptools For Servers

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer HP Management Solutions HP Management Solutions is a comprehensive suite of utilities, applications, and built-in features to manage multiple HP NetServers locally or from remote locations. If you are unfamiliar with these products or concepts: To view information on HP TopTools and all HP NetServer management options for your NetServer, go to the Management Web site on the HP Web Site at...

  • Page 125: Toptools Remote Control

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Easy linkage with leading management platforms including HP OpenView Network Node Manager and Workgroup Node Manager Support for DMI 2.0, which provides the same Desktop Management Interface inventory information for NetServers as for desktop PCs Install TopTools to help your service provider troubleshoot your system.

  • Page 126: Pcanywhere32, Netserver Utilities

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer PcANYWHERE32 pcANYWHERE32 is remote-control graphics-redirection software from Symantec Corporation that allows you to take control of Microsoft Windows NT Servers across the network or over a modem. Refer to the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM for details, or the HP TopTools Remote Control User Guide.

  • Page 127: Setup Utility, Starting The Setup Utility, Menu Bar

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Setup Utility The HP NetServer has a Setup Utility (BIOS) in read-only memory. The utility features several system configuration and housekeeping options, including security, and system console characteristics. The following sections tell how to access the Setup Utility, and how to perform selected tasks.

  • Page 128

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 0 Settings – Use this menu to set the maximum number of I 0 drives (4), the message timeout multiplier (1 to 1000), the pause interval during POST, or start the IRTOS (I 0 Real Time Operating System) manually.

  • Page 129: Using The Setup Screens, Changing The System Date And Time

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Exit – Exit the Setup Utility by saving changes or exit without saving changes, which reverts to previous settings. When you exit, the HP NetServer reboots. Using the Setup Screens Online help explains the settings displayed on the Setup Utility screens. Instructions are also provided for navigating between the screens and entering or changing the setup data.

  • Page 130: Setting The Hp Netserver's Boot Passwords

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 3. If necessary, use the up-arrow key to move to the System Time field. The "System Time" field is highlighted by default when the "Configuration" menu is selected. This field actually consists of three sub-fields, enclosed in brackets [xx:xx:xx]: hours to the left (24-hour clock), minutes in the middle, and seconds to the right.

  • Page 131

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 2. Use the right-arrow or left-arrow key to select Security from the menu bar. As soon as it is selected, the selections for the Security menu appear as shown below. Power-On Password Hardware Security The arrowhead indicates there is a submenu to select from.

  • Page 132

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 6. If necessary, enter the new password in the "Enter New Password: [ ]" field. 7. Enter the new password again in the "Re-Enter New Password: [ ]" field. After re-entering the new password a pop-up menu displays asking you to confirm your selection.

  • Page 133

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 16. Press Enter to toggle [Disabled] to "Enabled" in the Video Blanking [Disabled] field. Setting this feature only provides a blank screen on the HP NetServer’s Monitor, when the Keyboard Lock or Network Server Mode are also enabled.

  • Page 134: Changing Internal Device Boot Priority

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Changing Internal Device Boot Priority You can change the boot priority of the HP NetServer’s internal mass storage devices: the CD-ROM, the flexible disk drive (or other removable device), and hard drives connected to the HP NetServer’s internal SCSI ports. To do this: 1.

  • Page 135

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer boards) installed. The system attempts to boot the NOS on the first hard disk drive (or DAC or SCSI board) found in this list. If no NOS is found, the system tries the next hard drive in the list until a NOS is found. 1.

  • Page 136: Clearing Cmos

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Clearing CMOS The Setup Utility does not provide a method of clearing CMOS from within the Utility. To clear the CMOS of the configuration settings, you must use the configuration switch on the system board. 1.

  • Page 137: Scsi Configuration Utility

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer SCSI Configuration Utility NOTE The Symbios Configuration Utility is not available if you leave the NetRAID default unchanged. It is only available for LVD SCSI mode. If you need to verify or modify SCSI host adapter settings, or if you need to low-level format SCSI disks or verify SCSI disk media, run the Symbios Configuration utility: 1.

  • Page 139: Information Assistant, Introduction, Using Information Assistant, Getting Help, Finding Information

    11 Information Assistant Introduction The HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM includes "Information Assistant," which contains the entire set of documentation for your HP NetServer. Information Assistant provides: Quick and efficient access to information about installing, managing, and servicing your HP NetServer Complete documentation on the HP NetServer and accessories Important information on your NOS Reference information, such as:...

  • Page 140

    Chapter 11 Information Assistant Select a topic from the Map. Displays a window with an outline of every module and topic in Information Assistant for the selected product. The Map enables you to view the contents of the Information Assistant in outline format, and to then select a topic. Search for a word or phrase using Search.

  • Page 141: Copying And Printing Information, Installing Hp Information Assistant Software

    Chapter 11 Information Assistant You can also navigate between topics by using hot spots and by using the History button to revisit previously viewed topics. For example: Jump to other topics. Click on hot spots in graphics and text that link to other topics or to more information about the current topic.

  • Page 142: Installing From The Cd-rom

    Chapter 11 Information Assistant Installing from the CD-ROM To install Information Assistant onto a Windows PC from the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM, perform these steps: 1. Turn on your computer. 2. Insert the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 143: Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Tools

    12 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Tools If you are having problems installing your HP NetServer, a number of different tools are available for troubleshooting: HP NetServer Information Assistant (see Chapter 11) contains the following tools: Troubleshooting Information Parts Information List of Error and Beep Error Messages WARNING Before removing the top cover, always disconnect the power cord and unplug telephone cables.

  • Page 144: Common Installation Problems, Troubleshooting Sequence

    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 HP NetServer Warranty and Service/Support Booklet or refer to the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM included with your product.

  • Page 145

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Ensure the HP NetServer is configured properly. Most HP NetServer problems are the result of incorrect system and SCSI subsystem configurations. Check the Setup Utility, and the SCSI Configuration Utility. If the HP NetServer is configured with a disk array, check the disk array utility.

  • Page 146: If The System Does Not Power On, If The System Powers On, But Fails Post

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting If the System Does Not Power On Follow these steps: 1. Check that all cables and power cords are firmly plugged into their proper receptacles. 2. Check that all parts of the system are turned on and properly adjusted. 3.

  • Page 147: Diagtools

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting b. Check that all accessory boards are firmly seated in their slots. c. Ensure that all disk drive power and data cables are securely and properly connected. Verify the mass storage configuration with the cabling and switch diagrams. d.

  • Page 148: Error Messages, Clearing The System Configuration

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Display "PASSED" or "FAILED" overall results of basic tests. Record detailed test results of basic system tests. Display a menu of advanced tests. Select and run one or a series of advanced tests. Add the record of results of advanced tests to the record of basic tests. View a list to locate the meaning of a specific error code.

  • Page 149

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Configuration 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Switch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Figure 12-1. System Assembly Board and System Switches 3. Move the configuration memory switch, switch 5 on the system board, to the "ON = CLEAR CONFIG"...

  • Page 150: Password Problems

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 4. Plug in the power cord and turn on power to the HP NetServer. The following message appears: The configuration has been cleared. Set the Clear Config switch to the OFF position before rebooting. 5. Turn off power to the HP NetServer and unplug the power cord. 6.

  • Page 151: Alternative Rack Mounting, Introduction

    13 Alternative Rack Mounting Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Systems rack. Column Inside Face Outside Face Handles NetServer Slide Bezel Latch Rack Bezel Template Slide Member Leveler Bezel Feet Hinge Anti-Tip Foot Figure 13-1.

  • Page 152

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting NOTE The pedestal HP NetServer LH 3000 cannot be rack installed without a conversion kit. Contact your HP reseller for information about the HP NetServer LH 3000 to LH 3000r Conversion Kit. Rack-mounting Guidelines and Precautions Observe the following guidelines and safety precautions during the rack-mount installation.

  • Page 153: Preparing For Installation

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Always keep the following safety and environmental issues in mind, especially if you install the HP NetServer in a non-HP rack environment: Maximum Recommended Ambient Temperature - The maximum recommended ambient temperature of the room is 35 C (95 F). Elevated Operating Ambient Temperature - The ambient operating temperature within a closed or multi-unit rack assembly is likely to exceed the room’s ambient temperature.

  • Page 154: Installing The Slides, Tools Required, Marking The Columns

    Small adjustable open-end wrench Torx 15 and 25 drivers Phillips head screwdriver Hewlett-Packard Systems Rack template Tape or a marker pen to mark mounting locations Installing the Slides The following steps and illustrations describe how install slides for mounting a NetServer.

  • Page 155

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Marking Rear Columns 5. Mark the slide mounting holes on the inside faces of the rear columns. 6. Mark the baseline (bottom) of the NetServer at an EIA unit mark on the column. 7. Hold the bottom of the rack template at the baseline. Mark the top of NetServer (8 EIA units counted up from the baseline).

  • Page 156: Installing Rack Nuts

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Installing Rack Nuts Rack nuts are installed on the front columns to secure the bezel latch and hinge. Use the rack template to locate the mounting holes. 10. Install the bezel latch rack nuts on the right front column (holes 11 and 15 counted up from the baseline).

  • Page 157

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Installing Bar Nuts The "bar nut" is a two-hole metal bar used to secure the mounting flanges of the slide to the front columns. Place bar nut behind outside face of column. Start two screws in bar nut but do not tighten.

  • Page 158

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Attaching the Slides The following steps describe how to attach the slides to the columns. 14. Remove the removable mounting flange. A large, flat-blade screwdriver inserted between the flange and the slide from the end of the slide may help in removal.

  • Page 159

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 17. Insert the slide fixed mounting flange between the column and bar nuts. Press the slide firmly against the front column (see Figure 13-6). 1. Insert mounting flange of slides between bar nut and rear side of column face.

  • Page 160: Completing The Netserver Installation

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Completing the NetServer Installation Installing the HP NetServer on the slides, securing it to the rack, and installing the cable management arm completes the installation of the NetServer in the HP Systems rack. Follow the steps beginning in the section "Installing the HP NetServer"...

  • Page 161: A Specifications, Environment, Thermal, Humidity, Altitude, Acoustic Emissions, Size, Minimum Clearance

    A Specifications The specifications listed below vary if you install a mass storage device in your server that has more stringent environmental limits. Make sure that the operating environment for your server is suitable for all the mass storage devices that you are using.

  • Page 162: Weight And Dimensions, Power Requirements

    Appendix A Specifications Weight and Dimensions NOTE Use one person for every 40 pounds of NetServer weight when lifting it. LH 3000r LH 3000 Height 354.7 mm (14 in) 494.8 mm (19.5 in) Width 482.6 mm (19 in) 350.5 mm (13.8 in) Depth 749.2 mm (29.5 in) 724.2 mm (28.5 in)

  • Page 163: Video, D Video Modes

    Appendix A Specifications Video The video memory used for the HP LH 3000 or HP LH 3000r NetServer is a 16Mbit (2MB) SGRAM, with architecture of 256K x 32 bit x 2 banks. 2D Video Modes The LH 3000 supports these 2D video configurations: Resolution 256 Colors 65K Colors...

  • Page 165: B Regulatory Information, Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance, Notice For United States

    B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements have been established in many countries to regulate the radio frequency energy generated by Information Technology Equipment (ITE). This energy is generated during the normal and intended use of this equipment and so it is limited by country regulations to levels intended to minimize potential interference to other electrical equipment, including public safety services.

  • Page 166: Notice For Canada (industry Canada)

    Hewlett-Packard’s system certification tests were conducted with HP-supported peripheral devices and HP shielded cables, such as those you receive with your computer. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Cables used with this device must be properly shielded to comply with the requirements of the FCC.

  • Page 167: Notice For Japan

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Notice for Japan The configuration of the NetServer you have purchased may be in either the class A or class B category. For products labeled as Class B: This equipment is in the Class B category information technology equipment based on the rules of Voluntary Control Council For Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI).

  • Page 168: Notice For Korea

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Notice for Korea The configuration of the NetServer you have purchased may be in either the class A or class B category. Class A Equipment: Please note that this equipment has been approved for business purposes with regards to electromagnetic interference, if purchased in error for use in residential area, you may wish to exchange the equipment where you purchased it.

  • Page 169: Notice For Taiwan, Notice For European Union

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Notice for Taiwan Class A Warning Statement Notice for European Union For Class A Products WARNING Class A Products: In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

  • Page 170: Declaration Of Conformity (us, Eu, Australia)

    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...

  • Page 171: Regulatory Notices - Product Safety, Cd-rom And Laser Safety Statements

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices - Product Safety The following information applies only to servers with factory-installed components. CD-ROM and Laser Safety Statements The following information applies only to servers 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.

  • Page 172

    Appendix B Regulatory Information LASER Safety - Finland LASERTURVALLISUUS LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT HP NetServer LH 3000r/LH 3000 - verkkopalvelimeen voidaan asentaa lisävarusteena laitteensisainen CD-ROM-lukulaite, joka on laserlaite. Kyseinen CD-ROM-lukulaite on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1 laserlaite. Normaalissa käytössä...

  • Page 173: Battery Statements

    Appendix B Regulatory Information CLASS 1 This CD-ROM Drive Unit is classified as a LASER CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. PRODUCT LASSER The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the top of the drive. KLASSE 1 PRODUKT Bei diesem CD-ROM-Laufwerk CDU56S handelt es sich um ein Laser-Produkt der Klasse 1.

  • Page 174: Noise And Ergonomic Safety Statements

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Noise and Ergonomic Safety Statements Noise Declaration and Ergonomics - Germany Sound Pressure: LpA < 58 dB (A) am Arbetsplatz, Beobachter Position (workplace, bystander position) normaler Betrieb (normal operation) nach DIN 45635 T. 19 (per ISO 7779) This product has not been evaluated for compliance with the ZH1/618/ISO 9241 ergonomic requirements.

  • Page 175: C Service And Support

    C Service and Support For all Service and Support information, see the HP NetServer Warranty and Service/Support Booklet included with your product.

  • Page 177: D Warranty And Software License, Warranty, Hp Software Product License Agreement

    D Warranty and Software License Warranty See the HP NetServer 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.

  • Page 178

    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 Microsoft products which are included on the Recovery CD, those Microsoft products are subject to the terms of their respective EULA(s).

  • Page 179: Index

    Index replacing, 38 Custom 2D display modes, 155 configuration, 114 3D Display Modes, 155 Default change using Setup Utility, 107 Configuration menu, 121 BIOS update, 111 data files from CD-ROM, 133 Boot device priority NetRAID, 52, 107, 111, 113, 119, changing boot priority for internal mass storage, 126 Power-On Password, 123...

  • Page 180

    Index Front Panel Console display navigation buttons, 14 I/O memory slot, 60 Information Assistant, 131 copying and printing information handles from, 133 removing after mounting, 97 HP NetServer Online Documentation hard disk drive CD-ROM, 131 Symbios Configuration formatting, installing, 133 Integrated HP NetRAID, 52 Hard disk drive interference, 157...

  • Page 181

    Index PCI boards BIOS, 119 installing, 59 changing system date and time, 121 Power button changing the boot priority of internal protective cover, 14 devices, 126 Power Switch, 12 clearing CMOS, 128 Power-on Tests, 25 making selections, 121 Precautions, 135 menu bar, 119 problem notification setting boot password, 122...

  • Page 182

    Index Symbios Configuration, 110 Utilities Utility partition, installation, 114 BIOS Update, 118 Configuration Assistant utilities, 111 video memory, 155 DiagTools, 118 video resolution, 155 event log report, 118 hard drive formatting, 110 installation, 77, 83 HP NetServer Assistant, 118 Information Assistant, 131 Navigator CD-ROM utilities, 118 WARNING on Navigator CD-ROM, 135...

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