b. Copy down all settings from the Configuration and Security menus that
you might have changed from their default values. Be sure to write
down the settings under these selections:
Embedded LAN and SCSI Settings
See your NetServer's Installation Guide for more information about the
3. If you are using integrated HP NetRAID, start the HP NetRAID Express
Tools utility and write down all configuration details for integrated HP
NetRAID as follows:
a. Restart your NetServer and watch for the flashing message:
Option: Experienced users may press
<Ctrl> <m> for HP NetRAID Express Tools
b. Press <Ctrl> <M> or <Ctrl> <m> to start HP NetRAID Express
c. From the Tools Management menu, choose Enable/Disable BIOS and
write down the setting.
d. Select the Objects menu, then choose Adapter.
e. If you are using the integrated HP NetRAID, and don't have any
additional HP NetRAID adapters, write down all the adapter settings.
If you are using multiple HP NetRAID adapters, select your adapters
one at a time, and look for "Integrated HP NetRAID Controller" in the
Type field. When you have selected the integrated NetRAID adapter,
write down all the adapter settings.
f. From the Objects menu, select Logical Drives then Properties. Write
down all logical drive settings.
g. From the Objects menu, select SCSI Channel and write down settings
for each channel.
h. Exit HP NetRAID Express Tools.
4. If you are using the Integrated Remote Assistant features, run the
Integrated Remote Assistant. Record all configuration settings.
Preparing for the Upgrade