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HP D7171A - NetServer - LPr Installation Manual

Hp netserver lt 6000r installation guide.
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HP NetServer
LT 6000r
HP Part Number D9143-90000
Printed in February 2000

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  • Page 1: Installation Guide

    HP NetServer LT 6000r Installation Guide HP Part Number D9143-90000 Printed in February 2000...

  • Page 2: Audience Assumptions

    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 LT 6000r............1 Installation Guidelines..................1 Rack Mount Installation ................. 2 Configuring the HP NetServer................ 4 Shipping the Fully-Configured HP NetServer ..........7 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports..............9 Introduction ....................9 Front of the Chassis..................9 Front Panel Console ..................

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices............... 33 Introduction ....................33 Tools Required .................... 33 Mass Storage Guidelines................34 Integrated HP NetRAID ................34 Selecting SCSI Devices................34 Drive Mirroring..................35 Boot Device Priority ................. 35 Hot Swap Drive Bay Addresses ............... 36 Configuring the SCSI Host Adapter............

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Configuration Guidelines................68 Tools Required .................... 68 Installing a Processor................... 68 Shutdown and Power Off the NetServer ..........69 Remove the System Board Assembly ............69 Install the Processor ................72 Replace the System Board Assembly ............74 Setting the Processor Speed................ 75 Upgrading the Firmware ................

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents HP Management Solutions .................102 TopTools for Servers ................102 TopTools Remote Control...............103 pcANYWHERE32...................104 NetServer Utilities...................104 Setup Utility ....................105 Starting the Setup Utility .................105 Menu Bar ....................105 Using the Setup Screens ................107 Changing the System Date and Time............107 Setting the HP NetServer’s Boot Passwords ...........108 Changing Internal Device Boot Priority............111 Clearing CMOS ..................112 SCSI Configuration Utility ................113...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Clearing the System Configuration..............127 Password Problems..................129 13Alternative Rack Mounting...............131 Introduction ....................131 Installation Basics..................132 Safety Precautions .................132 Tools Required ..................133 HP NetServer Rack Mount Parts List ............133 Step 1: Mark the LT 6000r’s Position in the Rack ........134 Step 2: Prepare the Slides ................135 Step 3: Install the Slides in the Rack ............136 Step 4: Mount the LT 6000r in the Rack ............138 Step 5: Install the Cable Management Arm ..........144...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Service and Support ...................161 Warranty ....................161 HP Software Product License Agreement ...........161 Non-Nuclear Usage ..................163 D Transporting the HP NetServer..............165 Tools Required ...................165 Installation Instructions ................165 Index......................171 viii...

  • Page 9: Setting Up The Hp Netserver Lt 6000r, Installation Guidelines

    1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LT 6000r Installation Guidelines This section provides guidelines for installing the HP NetServer LT 6000r. Carefully read through this section before installing the NetServer. Figure 1-1. HP NetServer LT 6000r WARNING Do not open system board access panel while server is powered on and running.

  • Page 10: Rack Mount Installation

    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LT 6000r Rack Mount Installation Follow the setup steps in the exact order shown below for a successful rack installation. Skip any steps that do not apply to your installation. Figure 1-2. LT 6000r with Open Bezel 1.

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    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LT 6000r 3. If you have optional items to add to the NetServer, open the access panels and bezel (refer to Chapter 3, Opening and Closing the HP NetServer. If not, skip this step, and proceed to Step 8. (If you are installing accessory boards before the NetServer is mounted in the rack, remove the handles that are mounted on the accessory board access panel.) 4.

  • Page 12: Configuring The Hp Netserver

    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LT 6000r Configuring the HP NetServer 1. Power on the monitor. Press the LT 6000r’s power button, and press the eject button on the server’s CD-ROM drive. Insert the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM disk, and close the drive. Press the Reset button. If the server fails to boot, follow the instructions given on the screen.

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    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LT 6000r Restart the LT 6000r: a. Press [F2] when prompted. b. Press [F10] to save the configuration and exit the utility program. c. Answer "Yes" to the question: "Save the Configuration and Exit Now?"...

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    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LT 6000r 13. Show System Information: Select "View System Information" to see information about accessory boards and devices. Select "View Resources" to view used and available system resources. 14. Install the NOS: If you selected the HP automated NOS installation process, you will be guided through the process by a series of HP display screens: Install Utility Partition: This step creates a disk utility partition on the...

  • Page 15: Shipping The Fully-configured Hp Netserver

    Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LT 6000r 15. Install HP TopTools: Refer to the HP NetServer Server Management Reference Guide, and install HP TopTools. 16. Refer to Information Assistant on the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM for more information about the LT 6000r. Also see Chapter 11, Information Assistant.

  • Page 17: Controls, Indicators, And Ports, Introduction, Front Of The Chassis

    2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Introduction Before installation, familiarize yourself with the controls, indicators, and ports described in this chapter. The human interface is at the front panel console. The network and other devices connect at the back of the chassis. Front of the Chassis Figure 2-1 shows the LT 6000r.

  • Page 18: Front Panel Console

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Front Panel Console Figure 2-2 shows the LT 6000r front panel console. Figure 2-2. Front Panel Console Table 2-1. Front Panel Console Switch and Indicator Definitions Control Description Secure Mode Indicator Locks system keyboard, monitor display, and control panel to prevent unauthorized use.

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    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Control Description Resets the HP NetServer. This switch may be disabled by Secure mode. Status screen Reports system status. For details, see the following section: "Viewing System Information." Three LEDs—one red, one yellow, one green—are on the right Server Status LEDs side of the front panel console.

  • Page 20: Viewing System Information, Power Supply Status Leds

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Viewing System Information Use the NetServer’s status screen to view system configuration information or a log of current and past conditions, replaceable parts information, adjust screen contrast, and more. Use the controls to choose menus and scroll through the screens. Table 2-2 briefly describes the controls.

  • Page 21: Main Menu

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Table 2-3. Power Supply LED Status Green LED NetServer Status: Steady Green The system is powered up. Flashing The system is in stand-by or power-save mode. The AC line is unplugged or the power supply has failed (see Chapter 12, Troubleshooting).

  • Page 22: Event Log Menu

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Event Log Menu The Event Log menu has information about current and resolved events. The menu provides a list of all events currently in the log. These may be errors, or normal system events like a system boot. 1.

  • Page 23: Fw Info (firmware Information) Menu, System Info Menu

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports 10 :27 :15 Proc. 2 FRB3 Failure 4. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the entire log. 5. To return to the Event Log menu, press Escape. 6. Press Escape again to return to the Main Menu. FW Info (Firmware Information) Menu The FW Info menu displays the versions of all firmware components in the system.

  • Page 24: Component Info Menu

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports 2. Use the down-arrow button to scroll through the rest of the information. A full screen of the display would appear as shown below, but the actual display is still limited by two viewing lines at time. **HW Sys Info*** No.

  • Page 25: Adjust Contrast Menu, Hard Disk Drive Led Indicators

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports 3. Press Escape again to return to the Main Menu. Adjust Contrast Menu This is the Adjust Contrast display. *Adjust Contrast == {XXXXXXXX}== 1. Decrease contrast by pressing <down> or <left>. 2. Increase contrast by pressing <up> or <right>. 3.

  • Page 26: Indicators And Controls Behind The Front Bezel, Rear Of The Chassis

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Indicators and Controls behind the Front Bezel The LEDs for these devices are visible only when the bezel is open or removed: CD ROM Flexible Disk Drive Power Supplies Rear of the Chassis The LT 6000r’s rear panel includes communications ports, AC power receptacles, and processor fans (see Figure 2-3).

  • Page 27: Leds At The Rear Of The Chassis, Connecting The Hp Netserver To Ac Power

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports NOTE The management console port can be used as a second RS-232C serial port with a modem or other external device. To enable this port as a serial port, invoke the Setup Utility by pressing [F2].

  • Page 28: Power On And Power Off Procedures, Power On

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports current at the same time. If the circuit breakers on the incoming power line have insufficient capacity, they might trip, preventing the servers from powering up. When preparing your site for installation, allow for additional inrush current. Follow these circuit breaker recommendations before installing the server at your site: In North America, use a 20-amp-minimum circuit with one NEMA AB1...

  • Page 29: Power Off, Sleep States (acpi)

    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports Power Off Follow this procedure when installing non-hot-swap and non-hot-plug components, such as non-hot-plug PCI boards. 1. Log off all users and back-up files. 2. Follow instructions in your network operating system (NOS) documentation to shut down all networking software and applications. 3.

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    Chapter 2 Controls, Indicators, and Ports The third state is the normal power shutdown. Unless the power cord is removed from the power source, all activity stops except the internal clock and the front panel LCD display. To go to a fully powered-down state, press the front panel Power switch for more than four seconds.

  • Page 31: Opening And Closing The Hp Netserver, Introduction, Opening The Bezel

    3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter explains how to open the LT 6000r bezel, and how to open and close the system board and accessory board access panels. Opening the Bezel Open the LT 6000r’s bezel from the right-hand side of the server, and swing it out as shown in Figure 3-1.

  • Page 32: Opening And Closing The System Board Access Panel

    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Opening and Closing the System Board Access Panel This section explains how to open and close the system board access panel that is located on the top of the LT 6000r as shown in Figure 3-2. System board Panel latches access panel...

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 1. Log off all users, and shut down the operating system according to your NOS instructions. WARNING The rack’s anti-tip foot must be extended to prevent the rack from tipping over when you slide out the NetServer. 2.

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Figure 3-4. Rack Release WARNING Never attempt to open the system board access panel when the yellow LED is lit. Attempting to open the access panel when the LED is lit will cause the system to fail, and might damage the system board assembly and its components.

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Figure 3-5. Open and Closed Positions on System Board Access Panel Handle 7. Slide the two panel latches toward the handle, and pull open the access panel, exposing the system board. The access panel is fully open at 90 degrees as shown in Figure 3-6.

  • Page 36: Closing The System Board Access Panel, Opening And Closing The Accessory Board Access Panel

    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer NOTE The system board access panel is supported by one hydraulic spring. This spring supports the weight of the system board. Closing the System Board Access Panel To close the system board access panel, perform the following steps: NOTE When properly closed, the access panel firmly seats the system board’s edge connector into the connector slot on the I/O...

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    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Figure 3-7. Accessory Board Access Panel WARNING Do not leave the accessory board access panel open for more than 30 minutes while the NetServer is powered on. Doing so might cause the server to overheat. To open and close the accessory board access panel, follow these steps: 1.

  • Page 38

    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Figure 3-8. Opened Accessory Board Access Panel, Exposing Slots 2 through 6 3. Close the accessory board access panel. 4. Mount the server in the rack. Refer to Chapter 8, Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U, and Chapter 13, Alternative Rack Mounting.

  • Page 39: Accessing Pci Slot 1

    Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Accessing PCI Slot 1 To access PCI Slot 1: 1. Shut down and power off the NetServer. 2. Disconnect all power cords and cables. 3. Remove the NetServer from the rack. NOTE Slot 1 uses a special PCI tray for installing certain accessory boards.

  • Page 41: Installing Mass Storage Devices, Introduction, Tools Required

    4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Introduction The LT 6000r is equipped with one hot-swap SCSI mass storage device cage that holds four low-voltage differential, low profile SCSI devices. The NetServer is also equipped with a built-in CD-ROM and a floppy diskette drive. One SCSI channel, Channel A, supports the hot-swap cage.

  • Page 42: Mass Storage Guidelines, Integrated Hp Netraid, Selecting Scsi Devices

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Mass Storage Guidelines Read this section before installing mass storage drives. Integrated HP NetRAID The LT 6000r contains an integrated HP NetRAID controller, which controls the HP NetRAID series of disk array controllers (DACs) in the NetServer with no additional hardware.

  • Page 43: Drive Mirroring, Boot Device Priority

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Drive Mirroring You can choose to use hardware to mirror your boot disk in the hot-swap cage (RAID Level 1). To do this you can use integrated NetRAID, and configure the NetServer appropriately. NOTE RAID Level 0, 3, or 5 also can be used with three or four drives.

  • Page 44: Hot Swap Drive Bay Addresses

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Hot Swap Drive Bay Addresses The hot-swap cage is addressed from left to right as ID 00, ID 01, ID 02, and ID 03 as shown in Figure 4-1. The NetServer’s default boot sequence starts at ID 00.

  • Page 45: Configuring The Scsi Host Adapter, Installing Hot-swap Mass Storage, Removing A Filler Panel

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Configuring the SCSI Host Adapter In order to verify or modify SCSI host adapter settings, or to low-level format SCSI drives or verify SCSI media, run the Symbios (SCSI) Configuration Utility. Installing Hot-Swap Mass Storage CAUTION Protect the drive from static electricity by leaving it in its anti-static bag until you are ready to install it.

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    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Locking latch (Push in, lift up, and pull out) Figure 4-3. Locking Latch Location 2. Using your fingers, pull out the filler panel. NOTE Leave the filler panels in place unless you are installing a SCSI device.

  • Page 47: Readying The Drive For Installation

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Readying the Drive for Installation To ready the drive for installation, press in the locking latch, and pull the ejector handle as far out as it will go. See Figure 4-5. CAUTION Be careful when you open the ejector handle. Extreme force might snap off the handle.

  • Page 48: Installing Hot-swap Drives

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Installing Hot-Swap Drives 1. Slowly slide the drive into the hot-swap cage (Figure 4-6) until it seats into its connector. CAUTION Be careful not to damage the light pipes as you insert the drive. They are very fragile. Figure 4-6.

  • Page 49: Removing Hot-swap Drives, Connecting Scsi Subsystems

    Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Removing Hot-Swap Drives CAUTION You must slowly remove the drive to ensure that the drive heads are parked prior to removal. Be sure to follow these instructions carefully to prevent damage such as head slaps or head actuator unlocking.

  • Page 51: Installing Additional Memory, Introduction, Memory Guidelines

    5 Installing Additional Memory Introduction This chapter explains how to add memory to the HP NetServer LT 6000r. The NetServer is shipped from the factory with 256 MB of interleaved memory: one 128 MB DIMM in socket 1A, and one 128 MB DIMM in socket 1B. Expansion is accomplished by adding pairs of equal size DIMMs in the appropriate sockets.

  • Page 52: Tools Required, Installing Dimms

    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Memory can be added in pairs in any order to the three remaining socket pairs. Do not rock the DIMM into its socket. Apply firm and even pressure until the DIMM is seated in the socket. Use only HP-supported DIMMs.

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    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory WARNING Always disconnect the power cords before opening the system board access panel to avoid exposure to high energy levels that might damage equipment or cause personal injury. Disconnect any telephone cables to avoid exposure to shock hazard from telephone ringing voltages.

  • Page 54: Removing Dimms

    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory DIMM Retaining Clip Notches Keys Retaining Clip Figure 5-2. Inserting a DIMM into Its Socket e. Holding the DIMM 90 degrees to the system board, press the DIMM into the socket until the retaining clips close. If the clips do not close, the DIMM is not inserted correctly.

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    Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory 2. Power off the NetServer according to instruction in Chapter 2, Controls, Indicators, and Ports. WARNING The power supply will continue to provide standby current to the NetServer. 3. Slide out the server from the rack. CAUTION The power supply will continue to provide standby current to the NetServer.

  • Page 57: Installing Additional Boards, Introduction

    6 Installing Additional Boards Introduction This chapter explains how to install PCI accessory boards into the HP NetServer LT 6000r PCI slots. The PCI slots are located on the I/O baseboard behind the accessory board access panel as shown in Figure 6-1. Figure 6-1.

  • Page 58: Guidelines

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Figure 6-2. PCI Accessory Board Slots The I/O baseboard consists of the following components: Six PCI accessory board slots PCI slot Hot-Plug LEDs O memory slot, which contain cache memory DIMM used by the embedded RAID controller (Intel i960RN I/O processor); which is 64 MB standard and can be upgraded to 128 MB.

  • Page 59

    Some accessory board outputs might exceed U.S. National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) Class 2 or power source limits, and must use appropriate interconnecting cabling in accordance with the National Electrical Code. (All Hewlett-Packard accessory boards comply with the Class 2 code.)

  • Page 60: Irq Settings, Tools Required, Boot Priority, Tested Pci Boards And Drivers

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Tools Required Torx 15 driver An antistatic service kit (3M 8501/8502/8503 or equivalent). This kit includes a static-dissipating work surface, a chassis clip lead, and a wrist strap. IRQ Settings The BIOS automatically assigns hardware interrupts (IRQs) for each PCI slot and embedded device installed in the NetServer during the boot sequence.

  • Page 61: Installing Accessory Boards

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards For current PCI Hot-Plug information about NOS support and the availability of PCI Hot-Plug compliant drivers, search for pcihotplug on HP’s website at: http://www.hp.com/netserver/products/LT 6000r Installing Accessory Boards NOTE To perform a hot add or a hot replacement when the HP NetServer is powered on, refer to help information provided on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM provided with your HP NetServer.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards WARNING Always power off the PCI slot before opening the slot latch when an accessory board is installed in the slot. Failure to power off the slot before opening the latch might crash or damage the system. 1.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Figure 6-3. Removing the PCI Slot Cover (Locking Levers and Retainers Shown) 8. Before installing an accessory board: Verify that there is no extender attached to it, especially if it is a full-length board. If the board has a extender attached to it, remove the extender before installing the board.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Figure 6-4. Installing the Accessory Board 10. Push the accessory board’s edge connector into the slot’s connector. 11. Close the retainer. 12. Secure the accessory board by rotating the locking lever counter-clockwise to the hold the retainer. 13.

  • Page 65: Installing An Accessory Board In Slot 1, Accessory Board Tray Guidelines

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards 17. Use the respective NOS to ensure that the correct PCI board software drivers are loaded, and verify its correct operation. 18. Restore the NetServer to normal operation. Installing an Accessory Board in Slot 1 This section explains how to install a PCI accessory board in Slot 1 via the installed accessory board tray.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Case 1: The accessory board can be installed in the tray while the NetServer is mounted in the rack. Case 2: The accessory board can only be installed in the tray while the NetServer is not mounted in the rack. Case 3: The accessory board is not installed in the tray, and the NetServer is not mounted in the rack.

  • Page 67

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards NOTE For Case 1 (from Table 6-1), the NetServer can remain installed in the rack. For Cases 2 and 3, the NetServer must be removed from the rack, and you must remove both slides from the chassis before you can open the access panel.

  • Page 68

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Half-size accessory board edge When seating a fits under this tang. Half-size, half-height board into its slot, push in the board here with one hand. Half-size, half-height accessory board While pushing in the board with one Half-size, hand, push in the full-height...

  • Page 69

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Ensure that this side of the tray is aligned with the left-hand metal guide inside the chassis. Ensure that lower door is open when inserting tray and accessory board. Ensure that this side of the tray is aligned with the right-hand metal guide inside the chassis.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Accessory board (full-size) edge fits under these tangs. After seating the board in the tray, push the tray into the chassis so that the board’ s edge connector inserts into the slot. Figure 6-8. Seating the Accessory Board into Tray (Full-Size Board) 8.

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    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Figure 6-9. Locking Lever and Retainer Close-Up 11. Close the accessory board access panel. 12. If the installed accessory board requires an external connection or a connection to the I/O board, ensure that the cable is properly connected. Refer to the documentation that came with the accessory board for instructions.

  • Page 72: Pci Hot-plug Accessory Boards

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards NOTE All PCI slots power on when the locking levers are closed, and the HP NetServer recognizes all new boards when it reboots, regardless of the presence of a driver or a PCI Hot-Plug Utility. If the PCI accessory board requires a driver (non-hot-plug- compliant or hot-plug compliant) that is not loaded during NOS installation, you must load the driver according to the...

  • Page 73: Removing A Hot-plug Accessory Board

    Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards 3. Scroll down the list, and select NetServer LT 6000r. 4. Select Install. 5. Select Installing Accessory Boards. 6. Select the appropriate Hot-Plug Replacement topic. NOTE To perform a hot add or a hot replacement when the NetServer is powered on, refer to the PCI Hot-Plug Help file on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM.

  • Page 75: Installing Additional Processors, Introduction

    7 Installing Additional Processors Introduction The LT 6000r comes equipped with one primary processor module and one corresponding voltage regulator module (VRM) installed on the system board assembly. Up to five additional processors and corresponding VRMs can be added. All processor modules must operate at the same clock frequency and cache size.

  • Page 76: Configuration Guidelines, Tools Required, Installing A Processor

    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors NOTE The processor upgrade kit includes the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM. After installing processors, boot with this CD-ROM to update the BIOS. Configuration Guidelines Use the following guidelines when installing additional processor modules in the LT 6000r: Use only processor module upgrade kits with the same HP product number.

  • Page 77: Shutdown And Power Off The Netserver, Remove The System Board Assembly

    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors CAUTION Do not remove the processor from its bag until you are ready to install it. Make sure that the bag remains sealed. Shutdown and Power Off the NetServer 1. Log off users and shut down the NetServer according to your NOS instructions.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Figure 7-2. Release Latch Locations CAUTION The system board assembly is heavy. Use the two handles on each side of the top processor cover to lift the system board from the NetServer chassis. CAUTION Wear a wrist strap and use a static-dissipating work surface connected to the chassis when handling components.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 3. Use the handles located on the top processor cover to lift the system board assembly from the NetServer chassis. Figure 7-3. Removing the System Board Assembly from the Access Panel 4. Place the assembly on an antistatic pad. 5.

  • Page 80: Install The Processor

    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Install the Processor 1. Loosen the thumbscrew and remove the access cover on the processor cage. Figure 7-4. Loosen Thumbscrew on Processor Cage Access Cover 2. Locate the slot where you will install the new processor, open the latches on the terminator board, and remove it from the slot.

  • Page 81

    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Figure 7-5. Opening the Latches and Installing the Processor 5. Align the processor over the open slot so that the heat sink faces up for Slots 1, 2, and 3; and down for Slots 4, 5, and 6. 6.

  • Page 82: Replace The System Board Assembly

    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Figure 7-6. Installing a VRM CAUTION Do not touch the VRM components as you push it into its slot. Replace the System Board Assembly 1. Insert the system board assembly into the system board access panel, and ensure that the release latches snap completely closed.

  • Page 83: Setting The Processor Speed

    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Setting the Processor Speed Processor speeds are set from the system switch located on the system board. NOTE Some processor speeds may not be supported. For latest information, visit the HP website: http://www.hp.com/go/netserver Figure 7-7. System Switch Location Determine the processor speed from the following table, and set the system switch accordingly.

  • Page 84: 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 and power on the LT 6000r. Perform the following instructions to ensure that the BIOS is up-to-date. NOTE You are not required to use the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM to reconfigure your system after installing the new processor.

  • Page 85: Mounting The Hp Netserver In An Hp Rack System/e Or Rack System/u, Introduction

    8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Introduction This chapter tells how to mount the HP NetServer LT 6000r in an HP Systems rack. Figure 8-1. HP Rack System/E and Rack System/U Rack Features...

  • Page 86: Installation Basics, Safety Precautions

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U NOTE If you have the older HP Systems rack, refer to Chapter 13, Alternative Rack Mounting. If you are mounting the server in a non-HP rack, see the documentation in the non-HP rack accessory kit.

  • Page 87: Hp Netserver Rack Mount Parts List, Tools Required

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U room’s ambient temperature. Make sure that the temperature within the rack does not exceed 35 C (95 F). Reduced Air Flow. As you mount equipment in the rack, make sure that you allow enough air flow for safe operation of the equipment.

  • Page 88

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U System, see Chapter 13, Alternative Rack Mounting, for alternative rack mount instructions. NOTE Use the HP Rack Assistant software to determine where to mount the HP NetServer in the rack. CAUTION To ensure rack stability, always mount rack components from the bottom up.

  • Page 89: Step 2: Install The Slides In The Rack

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U server requires.) The template directs you to the second and fourth holes on the rack column that are used for mounting the slide. Mark these holes from the baseline (bottom) for future reference.

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    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 1. Loosen the adjustment knob on one slide, insert the rear rack pins into the appropriate holes on the outside rear column, and hold into position. 2.

  • Page 91: Step 3: Mount The Lt 6000r In The Rack

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Step 3: Mount the LT 6000r in the Rack This step explains how to mount the LT 6000r into the rack. WARNING Ensure that the rack’s anti-tip foot is fully extended out of the rack to prevent rack instability while mounting LT 6000r.

  • Page 92

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 2. With the help of at least one other person, lift the server by its four handles, and position it directly over the extended slides. NOTE The arrows on the sides of the LT 6000r must line up with the slide’s mounting hooks before you lower the server onto the slides.

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    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 4. Pull the LT 6000r forward onto the slides until the nib on the blue latch snaps into the square hole on the slide. This ensures that the mounting hooks are properly seated inside the chassis, and that the server is locked into position on the slides (see Figure 8-7).

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    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Figure 8-8. Removing the Handles 6. Release the slide locks, and push the mounted server into the rack. The server will lock into place. Push the server to the first notch on the blue rack latch position closest to the bezel (see Figures 8-9 and 8-10).

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    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Figure 8-9. Release the Slide Lock Figure 8-10. Rack Latch Close-Up (View with Bezel Removed)

  • Page 96: Step 4: Install The Cable Management Arm

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 7. Open the bezel, and turn the key lock on the right-hand side of the LT 6000r’s front panel to prevent the server from being released from the rack.

  • Page 97

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Figure 8-12. Installing the Cable Management Arm to the NetServer Rear Panel 2. Install the rack bracket to the left-hand rear column on the rack as shown in Figure 8-13.

  • Page 98: Step 5: Continue With The Rack Installation Process

    Chapter 8 Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Figure 8-13. Installing the Cable Management Arm to the Left-Hand Rack Column 3. Refer to the LT 6000r Rack Assembly and Cabling Reference Guide on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM for information about cable routing.

  • Page 99: Connecting The Monitor, Keyboard, And Mouse, Introduction, Connecting The Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, And Ups

    9 Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, and Mouse Introduction This chapter explains how to connect a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to the HP NetServer LT 6000r. Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, and To connect the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and UPS to the NetServer, follow these steps: 1.

  • Page 100

    Chapter 9 Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, and Mouse Figure 9-1. HP NetServer LT 6000r Ports NOTE If you have a console switch box, refer to the switch box’s user guide for instructions on connecting the monitor, keyboard, and mouse. 2. Connect each of the power supply module’s power cords to the power receptacles on the rear panel.

  • Page 101: Introduction, Configuring The Hp Netserver, Hp Netserver Navigator Cd-rom

    10 Configuring the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter describes the following: Configuring the HP NetServer 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 102

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 2. Choose the model of your HP NetServer. 3. Choose the desired NOS to be configured on your NetServer. 4. Review "What’s New on the CD." You can save the text to a flexible diskette and print the information for future reference.

  • Page 103: Using The Navigator Cd-rom On The Netserver

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Part number of the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM Document Number Status Report The Status Report for your specific HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM describes in detail any software updates between this version of the CD-ROM and the previous version.

  • Page 104: Hp Netserver Navigator Cd-rom Main Menu, Readme File

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer NOTE Using the low profile CD-ROM drive is slightly different from full-height units. The disk drawer will spring out only part way when you press the eject button. You must manually open and close the drawer. 4.

  • Page 105: Configuration Assistant And Information Assistant, Running Configuration Assistant And Installation Assistant

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Configuration Assistant and Information Assistant Configuration Assistant guides you through the steps necessary to configure the HP NetServer. You can view configuration advisories, and change your hardware if necessary. Three methods of configuration are available: Express, Custom, and Replicate. Installation Assistant guides you through the NOS installation, and configures the NOS with the appropriate drivers.

  • Page 106

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Select NOS: You will be asked to select the NOS and version you plan to install. Select NOS Installation Mode: For certain versions of Novell NetWare/IntranetWare and Microsoft Windows NT Server, you will be asked: Would you like to use HP’s automated mode of NOS installation? Select Yes for automated NOS installation.

  • Page 107

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Configure Remote Management: This utility configures the Integrated Remote Management device for remote management. It enables remote dial-up HP NetServer management. To configure Integrated Remote Assistant, select Configure Remote Management on the Configure Remote Management screen. 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...

  • Page 108

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Execute Card Utilities: Use this function when Configuration Assistant detects installed boards that have additional configuration utilities on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM. By selecting Execute on the Execute Board Utilities screen, you can execute these utilities to complete the configuration of the boards. Custom Configuration Only 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...

  • Page 109: Nos Installation

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Recommended Steps Update System BIOS: This utility updates the system BIOS. The utility partition, if installed, will also be updated. Install/Update Utility Partition: Installs utility partition to the boot or system drive. This is not available under SCO UnixWare.

  • Page 110: Hp Management Solutions, Toptools For Servers

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer For Manual NOS Installation: Before you perform a manual NOS installation, you must manually create NOS-specific driver diskettes, and print instructions as follows: Create Drivers Diskette(s): On the Create Drivers Diskette(s) screen, select Create Drivers Diskette(s) to create one or more customized diskettes containing HP drivers and configuration files to use when you install the NOS.

  • Page 111: Toptools Remote Control

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer TopTools features include: Notification of problems with key hardware components, including memory, disk drives, SCSI controllers, NICs, and power supplies, as well as problems with temperature and voltage. Unified event log to review a complete history of HP NetServer activity. Predictive disk problem warning backed by HP pre-failure warranty replacement.

  • Page 112: Pcanywhere32, Netserver Utilities

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer The event log. Server reset and power control. Remote system BIOS or TopTools Remote Control update. Password and dial-back security. Text console redirection of the HP NetServer console. Full graphics console redirection of Microsoft Windows NT Servers across the network or over a modem connection using Symantec’s pcANYWHERE32 software (included with the system).

  • Page 113: Setup Utility, Starting The Setup Utility, Menu Bar

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Print or View Information: Lets you print or view the current system configuration, including details of boards that are detected in the system, and resources that are allocated to the boards. Change User Preferences: Lets you change the language used by the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM and the system date and time.

  • Page 114

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer and disabling HotADD Reserved Resources. Configuring the multi-processor (MP Specification Version) feature is done from here, too. Boot Setting: Use this menu to check the flexible disk drive, display the NetServer’s configuration at boot time, skip certain tests during the boot process to speed up boot time, or change the (default) boot order, including device type, network boot, and hard disk drive boot order.

  • Page 115: Using The Setup Screens, Changing The System Date And Time

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 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. Press the right-arrow and left-arrow keys to move between selections on the menu bar.

  • Page 116: Setting The Hp Netserver's Boot Passwords

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 5. Type in the minutes, and press Enter to move to the seconds field. 6. Type in the seconds, and press Enter and use the arrow keys to leave this field. 7. Use the up and down-arrow keys to scroll to the System Date field, and enter the system date in the field.

  • Page 117

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 3. If necessary, use the arrow keys to move to the Power-On Password menu selection, and press Enter. The Power-On Password is highlighted by default when the Security menu is selected. The first line in the menu, "Administrator Password is [Set or Not Set]": If no password has been set, then "Not Set"...

  • Page 118

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 8. Choose "Yes," and press Enter. The "Administrator Password is" field changes to "Set," and the next time you boot the server, you will be prompted for the password to access the Setup Utility. 9.

  • Page 119: Changing Internal Device Boot Priority

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 21. To change one of the passwords at a future date, return to the Security menu, and repeat Steps 3 through 7. NOTE The HP NetServer lets you reset the password by toggling Switch 6 on the system switch that is located on the system board.

  • Page 120: Clearing Cmos

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer [Bootable Cards] [#30 ID01 LUN0 HP 4.2GB A] [#30 ID01 LUN0 HP 4.2GB A] The server attempts to boot the NOS on the first hard drive (or DAC or SCSI board) found in the list. If no NOS is found, the system tries to boot from the next hard drive in the list until a NOS is found.

  • Page 121: Scsi Configuration Utility

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Figure 10-2. System Board Configuration Switch 3. Close the system board access panel and power on the server. 4. Let the server boot. 5. After booting, shut down and power off the server and open the system board access panel.

  • Page 122

    Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 3. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor, press Enter to select an option, and press Esc to exit. 4. To change adapter settings: Select an adapter from the list in the main menu. Select "Adapter Setup."...

  • Page 123: Information Assistant, Introduction, Using Information Assistant, General 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 124: Netserver E Series, Netserver L Series, Netserver Accessories

    Chapter 11 Information Assistant NetServer E Series This menu button provides access to the individual NetServer E Series products. Typical topics provided for each product model are: Install Configure Server Management Accessories Reference Topics Glossary NetServer L Series This menu button provides access to the individual NetServer L Series products. Typical topics provided for each product model are the same as identified for the E Series products.

  • Page 125: Server Management, Getting Help

    Chapter 11 Information Assistant Server Management This menu button provides access to various NetServer management products. Representative topics are: HP TopTools HP TopTools Remote Control HP NetServer Assistant HP OpenView Informational files about some of these products are provided as Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) files.

  • Page 126: Finding Information

    Chapter 11 Information Assistant Finding Information Information Assistant provides many ways to navigate through its topics and locate information. For example, you can: Select a topic from the Map. Displays a window with an outline of every module and topic in Information Assistant for the selected product.

  • Page 127: 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 128: Installing From The Cd-rom

    Chapter 11 Information Assistant Installing from the CD-ROM This is a 16-bit Windows application that can be run on Windows 3.1 and above. If you are using Windows 95/98 or Windows NT, and have the AUTORUN feature of your CD-ROM drive enabled, it will automatically start the setup program. If you have previously installed this new version of HP NetServer Information Assistant on your system, it will automatically launch the program.

  • Page 129: Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Tools

    12 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Tools If you are having problems installing your HP NetServer, there are a number of different tools available for troubleshooting: HP NetServer Information Assistant (see Chapter 11) contains the following tools: Troubleshooting Information Part Information List of Error Messages and Beep Error Messages The HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM contains HP NetServer Utilities: At the HP NetServer Navigator Main Menu, select "Access NetServer Utilities"...

  • Page 130: 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 131: If The System Does Not Power On

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Unplug the power cord, wait 20 seconds, plug the power cord in again, and restart the NetServer. If you suspect a hardware error, follow these steps: Log users off the LAN and power down the server. Extend the HP NetServer out of the rack. Simplify the HP NetServer configuration to the minimum required: Monitor Keyboard...

  • Page 132: If The System Powers On, But Fails Post

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 6. Ensure that the system board access panel is properly closed with the handle in the closed position, and that the yellow LED is on. 7. Ensure that all processors and VRMs are properly installed. 8. Clear CMOS. 9.

  • Page 133

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting d. Verify that the DIMMs are firmly seated on the system board. Verify that added DIMMs are HP DIMMs. e. Close the access panels and lock the system. f. Replace all power cords and cables. g. Power on the monitor. h.

  • Page 134: Diagtools

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting DiagTools You can create your own diskette of tools to diagnose components offline. A basic suite of tools checks key HP NetServer components, and a menu of advanced tests is available for in-depth testing. DiagTools does not use any tests, which might write over and destroy user data. The advanced series requires user input, and decisions are left to the advanced series.

  • Page 135: Error Messages, Clearing The System Configuration

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting If you have TopTools remote management software installed and configured for use with DiagTools, you can accomplish any of the above tasks remotely. See the online documentation HP NetServer DiagTools Error Reference and User Guide for more information on DiagTools. Error Messages All errors are localized in the BIOS and displayed in POST.

  • Page 136

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Figure 12-1. System Switch Settings 6. Close the system board access panel, plug in the power cords, and power on the HP NetServer. The following message appears. This configuration has been cleared. Set the Clear Config switch to the OFF position before rebooting.

  • Page 137: Password Problems

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Password Problems If you have forgotten the password, your HP NetServer will function normally, but you will not be able to change the system configuration settings in the setup utility. To reset the password, follow these instructions: 1.

  • Page 139: Alternative Rack Mounting, Introduction

    13 Alternative Rack Mounting Introduction This chapter tells how to mount the HP NetServer LT 6000r in an HP System Rack. a. 3-cornered columns b. Fan-only vent c. “HP Systems” name plate d. EIA units marked by triangles e. Anti-tip foot extends out front only Figure 13-1.

  • Page 140: Safety Precautions, Installation Basics

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting NOTE If you have the newer HP Rack System/E or HP Rack System/U rack, refer to Chapter 8, Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U. If you are mounting the server in a non-HP rack, see the documentation in the non-HP rack accessory kit.

  • Page 141

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting room’s ambient temperature. Make sure that the temperature within the rack does not exceed 35 C (95 F). Reduced Air Flow. As you mount equipment in the rack, make sure that you allow enough air flow for safe operation of the equipment. Mechanical Loading.

  • Page 142: Step 1: Mark The Lt 6000r's Position In The Rack

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Step 1: Mark the LT 6000r’s Position in the Rack Use the rack-mount template to mark out four EIA units for positioning the LT 6000r in the rack. NOTE Use the HP Rack Assistant software to determine where to mount the HP NetServer in the rack.

  • Page 143: Step 2: Prepare The Slides

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 2. Hold the template alongside the inside face of the left-front rack column. Line up the template with the same rack space that the server will occupy. (The template covers an area four EIA units high, the same height the server requires.) The template directs you to two holes in the rack column that are used for mounting the slide.

  • Page 144: Step 3: Install The Slides In The Rack

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 3. Remove the lock nuts that secure the slide brackets to the slide. You will need two of these nuts from each slide to secure the slides to the inside columns of the rack. Store the other nuts as you did in Step 2. Step 3: Install the Slides in the Rack This step explains how to install the LT 6000r slides in the rack.

  • Page 145

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Figure 13-5. Installing the Slides in the Rack NOTE To differentiate between both slides, the right-hand slide is marked with an R embossed on the outside; the left-hand slide is marked with an L. Arrows pointed up are embossed on the outside of each slide to show the correct orientation.

  • Page 146: Step 4: Mount The Lt 6000r In The Rack

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Step 4: Mount the LT 6000r in the Rack This step explains how to mount the LT 6000r onto its slides in the rack. WARNING Ensure that the rack’s anti-tip foot is fully extended out of the rack to prevent rack instability while mounting LT 6000r.

  • Page 147

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 2. With the help of at least one other person, lift the server by its four handles, and position it directly over the extended slides (see Figure 13-7). Figure 13-7. Mounting the NetServer NOTE The arrows embossed on the sides of the LT 6000r must line up with the slide’s mounting hooks before you lower the server onto the slides.

  • Page 148

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 4. Pull the LT 6000r forward onto the slides until the nib on the blue latch snaps into the square hole on the slide members. This ensures that the mounting hooks are properly seated inside the chassis, and that the server is locked into position on the slides.

  • Page 149

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Figure 13-9. Removing the Mounting Handles 6. Release the slide locks and push the mounted server into the rack. The server will lock into place. Push the server to the first notch on the blue rack latch position (see Figures 13-10 and 13-11).

  • Page 150

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Figure 13-10. Releasing the Slide Lock...

  • Page 151

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Figure 13-11. Rack Latch Close-Up (View with Bezel Removed) 7. Open the bezel and turn the key lock on the right-hand side of the LT 6000r’s front panel to prevent the server from being released from the rack.

  • Page 152: Step 5: Install The Cable Management Arm

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Step 5: Install the Cable Management Arm The LT 6000r’s cable management arm (Figure 13-12) is used to route all power cords and cables from the NetServer. It is attached to the left-hand rear panel of the NetServer and the left rear column on the rack.

  • Page 153

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting NetServer rear panel Chassis bracket Torx 6-32 screws Figure 13-13. Installing the Cable Management Arm to the NetServer Rear Panel 2. Install the rack bracket to the left-hand rear column on the rack as shown in Figure 13-14.

  • Page 154: Step 6: Continue With The Rack Installation Process

    Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Figure 13-14. Installing the Cable Management Arm to the Left-Hand Rack Column 3. Refer to the LT 6000r Rack Assembly and Cabling Guide on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM for information about cable routing. Step 6: Continue with the Rack Installation Process After you install the NetServer in the rack, refer to the HP NetServer Rack Installation Road Map to continue with the process of installing and configuring...

  • Page 155: A Specifications, Video, D Video Resolutions

    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 156: Environment, Thermal, Altitude, Acoustic Emissions

    Appendix A Specifications Environment Thermal Temperature Operating 5 to 35 C (41 to 95 F) Non-operating -40° to +65° C (-40° to +149° F) Humidity Operating 20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing Non-operating 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing Altitude Operating -30 to 3,045 m (~ 10,000 ft) Non-operating...

  • Page 157: Power Requirements

    Appendix A Specifications Weight and Dimensions NOTE A fully-loaded HP NetServer LT 6000r can weigh up to 100 lbs (45 kgs). Follow local regulations and use one person for every 40 lbs (18 kgs) of NetServer weight when lifting it. Height 17.5 cm (7 inches) Width...

  • Page 159: B Regulatory Information, Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance

    B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance Your HP NetServer may fit into Class A or Class B configuration. Refer to the appropriate information below. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements have been established in many countries to regulate the radio frequency energy generated by Information Technology Equipment (ITE).

  • Page 160: Notice For United States

    Hewlett-Packard’s system 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...

  • Page 161: Notice For Canada (industry Canada), Notice For Japan

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Notice for Canada (Industry Canada) For Products Labeled "Class A" This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.

  • Page 162

    Appendix B Regulatory Information VCCI Class 2 (Japan) (Translation) Caution. This equipment is in the 2nd Class category information technology equipment based on the Voluntary Control Council For Interference by Information Equipment (VCCI). Although aimed for residential area operation, radio interference may be caused when used near a radio or TV receiver. Read the instructions for correct operation.

  • Page 163: Notice For Korea, Notice For Taiwan

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Notice for Korea For Products Labeled "Class A" (Translation) User Guide (Class A) Please note that this equipment has been approved for business purposes with regard to electromagnetic interference. If purchased in error for use in a residential area, you may wish to exchange the equipment where you purchased it.

  • Page 164: 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) The product complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: ì...

  • Page 165: Regulatory Notices – Product Safety, Cd-rom And Laser Safety Statements

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices – Product Safety The following information applies only to NetServers with factory-installed components. CD-ROM and Laser Safety Statements The following information applies only to NetServers with factory-installed drives. CD-ROM Electrical Safety Statement - United States WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.

  • Page 166

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Laser Safety - Finland LASERTURVALLISUUS LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT LT 6000r - verkkopalvelimeen voidaan asentaa lisävarusteena laitteensisainen CD-ROM-lukulaite, joka on laserlaite. Kyseinen CD-ROM-lukulaite on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1 laserlaite. Normaalissa käytössä lukulaitteen suojakotelo estää laseräteen pääsyn laiteen ulkopuolelle.

  • Page 167: Battery Statements

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

  • Page 168: Noise And Ergonomic Statement

    Appendix B Regulatory Information Noise and Ergonomic Statement Noise Declaration and Ergonomic Statement - Germany Sound Pressure: LpA < 55 dB (A) am Arbeitsplatz, 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 ergonomic requirements.

  • Page 169: C Service, Support, Warranty, And Software License, Service And Support, Warranty

    C Service, Support, Warranty, and Software License Service and Support For all Service and Support information, see the HP NetServer Warranty and Service/Support Booklet included with your product. Warranty See the HP NetServer Warranty and Service/Support Booklet included with your product for all warranty and service/support information.

  • Page 170

    Appendix C Service, Support, Warranty, and Software License a sale of any rights in the Software. HP’s third party suppliers may protect their rights in the event of any violation of these License Terms. Copies and Adaptations. You may only make copies or adaptations of the Software for archival purposes or when copying or adaptation is an essential step in the authorized Use of the Software.

  • Page 171: Non-nuclear Usage

    Appendix C Service, Support, Warranty, and Software License Non-Nuclear Usage HP NetServers are not specifically designed, manufactured or intended for sale as parts, components or assemblies for the planning, construction, maintenance, or direct operation of a nuclear facility. Customer is solely liable if Products or Support purchased by Customer are used for these applications.

  • Page 173: D Transporting The Hp Netserver, Tools Required, Installation Instructions

    D Transporting the HP NetServer The LT 6000r can be transported in its rack to another location by the following methods. When transporting the NetServer for a short distance over carpet or tiled floors, secure the LT 6000r to the rack using the two shipping brackets supplied with the NetServer.

  • Page 174

    Appendix D Transporting the HP NetServer 3. Power off the NetServer and disconnect all power cords and cables. 4. Locate the "tie-down kit" in the top tray of the shipping container. The brackets, rack nuts, and screws are in this kit. 5.

  • Page 175

    Appendix D Transporting the HP NetServer 6. Attach the front shipping bracket: a. Attach the front shipping bracket to the right-hand side of the NetServer with two Torx 6-32 screws (see Figure D-3). b. Attach the front shipping bracket to the front column with an M5 screw (see Figure D-3).

  • Page 176

    Appendix D Transporting the HP NetServer 7. Attach the rear shipping bracket: a. Slip the rear shipping bracket into the slot located on the left-rear side of the NetServer chassis (see Figure D-4). b. Attach the rear shipping bracket to the right-rear side of the NetServer chassis with two Torx 6-32 screws (see Figure D-4).

  • Page 177

    Appendix D Transporting the HP NetServer 8. Take the yellow zip-tie included in the kit and use it to support the cable management arm to the right-hand rack column as shown in Figure D-5. Figure D-5. Securing the Cable Management Arm to the Right-Hand Rack Column...

  • Page 179: Index

    Index boot device priority, 37 HP NetServer boot device priority, 37 boot device priority, 37 control panel display, 12 installing processors, 67 CAUTION PCI LEDs, 12, 19 standby voltage present, 20 rack mount kit, 79, 133 configuring the HP NetServer. See service and support, 161 Setup utility.

  • Page 180

    Index NetServer Assistant, 102 serial ports, 91 NetServer status LEDs, 11 service and support, 161 network interface controller (NIC), 121 Site preparation inrush current precautions, 19 software license, 165 Online documentation. See Information software product license agreement, 161 Assistant Status LEDs, 10 Status Screen, 10 PCI boards boot order, 37...

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