HP D7171A - NetServer - LPr Installation Manual

Hp ultra/wide scsi 4 gb and 9 gb hard disk drive.
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HP Ultra/Wide SCSI 4 GB and
9 GB Hard Disk Drive
HP Part Number 5967-4544
Printed in June 1998

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  • Page 1: Installation Guide

    HP Ultra/Wide SCSI 4 GB and 9 GB Hard Disk Drive Installation Guide HP Part Number 5967-4544 Printed in June 1998...

  • Page 2: Audience Assumptions

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

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Prepare Drive for Installation ................1 Introduction ......................1 General Installation Steps ................1 Step 1: Prepare for Installation ................2 Tools You Need..................... 2 Setup Information You Need ................. 2 Unpack the Drive ................... 3 Step 2: Determine the Drive Type ..............3 Step 3: Set the SCSI Address ................

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    Contents HP Repair and Telephone Support..............37 E Regulatory Information ................. 39 Index........................41...

  • Page 5: Prepare Drive For Installation, Introduction, General Installation Steps

    1 Prepare Drive for Installation Introduction This chapter describes the tools, setup information and the steps necessary to install a SCSI hard disk drive into an HP NetServer. The drives documented in this guide are listed in Table 1-1. Table 1-1. Hard Disk Drive Product Numbers HP Product Number Capacity D4910A...

  • Page 6: Step 1: Prepare For Installation, Tools You Need, Setup Information You Need

    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Step 1: Prepare for Installation Gather the tools and the setup information you need to install the drive, before removing the drive from its packaging. Tools You Need To install the disk drive, you need the following tools: Tweezers, needle-nose pliers or a similar tool for setting configuration jumpers.

  • Page 7: Unpack The Drive, Step 2: Determine The Drive Type

    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Unpack the Drive CAUTION Shock: Hard disk drives are very susceptible to mechanical shock and can be damaged by a drop as short as one-quarter of an inch. Take care when unpacking and handling the disk drive.

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation D4911A 9.10 GB Model D4910A 4.26 GB Model (Type 3) (Type 1) D4910A 4.26 GB Model D4911A 9.10 GB Model (Type 2) (Type 2) D4911A 9.10 GB Model D4910A 4.26 GB Model (Type 4) (Type 4) D4911A 9.10 GB Model D4910A 4.26 GB Model...

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation NOTE Some of the product numbers are duplicated, because the type of drive shipped is not always the same. Therefore, it is important that you match your drive to the correct type. The types of drives differ in that the jumpers are in different locations. Refer to the appropriate illustration (Figure 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-5 or 1-6) for your type of drive, and note the location of the jumpers.

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation SCSI Connector Power Connector Figure 1-3. Component Identification, Type 2 Drives SCSI Connector Power Connector Figure 1-4. Component Identification, Type 3 Drives...

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Figure 1-5. Component Identification, Type 4 Drives Figure 1-6. Component Identification, Type 5 Drives...

  • Page 12: Step 3: Set The Scsi Address

    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Step 3: Set the SCSI Address The SCSI address is set using jumpers located on the drive. SCSI addresses range from 0 to 15. Each drive is preset to SCSI address 3. Address 7 is reserved for communications with the SCSI host bus adapter. Addresses 8 to 15 should NOT be used because the HP NetServer will time out waiting for the hard disk drive to spin up.

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Figure 1-7. SCSI Address Settings, Type 1 Drives...

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Figure 1-8. SCSI Address Settings, Type 2 Drives...

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Figure 1-9. SCSI Address Settings, Type 3 Drives...

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Figure 1-10. SCSI Address Settings, Type 4 Drives...

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    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Figure 1-11. SCSI Address Settings, Type 5 Drives...

  • Page 18: Step 4: Connect Scsi Cable Adapter (if Required), Step 5: Continue Installation

    Chapter 1 Prepare Drive for Installation Step 4: Connect SCSI Cable Adapter (if required) The SCSI cable adapter (see Figure 1-11) allows you to connect an Ultra/Wide SCSI drive to a narrow SCSI cable and narrow SCSI controller. If you are not connecting your drive to a narrow cable, continue with Step 5.

  • Page 19: Mount The Drive In The Netserver L Series

    2 Mount the Drive in the NetServer L Series This chapter describes the installation of a drive in the NetServer L Series. Step 1: Mount the Drive in the System Determine what type of mounting tray or bracket is correct for the system. Use the tray with the drive activity light for mounting a drive in the front of a NetServer.

  • Page 20: Step 2: Connect The Drive Activity Light

    Chapter 2 Mount the Drive in the NetServer L Series Align the mounting holes on the tray or bracket with those on the drive. Attach the tray or bracket to the drive using the four screws. Step 2: Connect the Drive Activity Light The mounting tray (D2198B) has a drive activity light on the front-panel.

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    Chapter 2 Mount the Drive in the NetServer L Series Figure 2-3. Activity Light Connection, Type 2 Drives Figure 2-4. Activity Light Connection, Type 3 Drives...

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    Chapter 2 Mount the Drive in the NetServer L Series Pin 1 Pin 2 +5V Red Cable Black Cable Drive Activity LED Figure 2-5. Activity Light Connection, Type 4 Drives Pin 1 Pin 2 +5V Red Cable Black Cable Drive Activity LED Figure 2-6.

  • Page 23: Step 3: Connect The Drive

    Chapter 2 Mount the Drive in the NetServer L Series Step 3: Connect the Drive In this step, you install the drive in the system, and connect the SCSI data cable and the drive power cable. The SCSI cable is connected to the SCSI connector on the system board or to a SCSI host bus adapter board.

  • Page 24: Step 4: Configure The Drive

    Chapter 2 Mount the Drive in the NetServer L Series CAUTION The connector is keyed. Do not force the connector in the slot. (The red stripe on the edge of the cable denotes the position of Pin 1 on the cable.) Record information about the new hard disk setup, including: model number, capacity, and SCSI address.

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    Chapter 2 Mount the Drive in the NetServer L Series Wait until all drives reach full speed. Press the Reset button on the system or press the Ctrl+Alt+Del hot-key combination to restart the HP NetServer without powering it down. Do not power-down (power-cycle) the system to restart it, as this causes all the drives to stop spinning.

  • Page 27: Mount The Drive In The Netserver E 45, Step 1: Determine The Drive Location

    3 Mount the Drive in the NetServer E 45 This chapter provides instructions for installing a hard disk drive in the HP NetServer E 45. Consider the following when installing a drive in an HP NetServer E Series system. The HP NetServer E 45 supports up to four 4 GB or four 9 GB drives.

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    Chapter 3 Mount the Drive in the NetServer E 45 Power System Board Switch IDE1 IDE2 Available Connector Flexible Disk Controller Engaged Connector SCSI Card 50-pin SCSI Cable PCI 1 IDE CD-ROM Cable Shelf 5 Flexible Disk Shelf 1 Flexible Disk Cable Shelf 6 CD-ROM Shelf 2...

  • Page 29: Step 2: Mount The Drive In The System

    Chapter 3 Mount the Drive in the NetServer E 45 If the drive is in a factory-provided tray, place the drive on a flat surface free from static electricity with the circuit board on the drive facing up. Remove the four screws that attach the drive to the tray and remove the drive.

  • Page 30: Mount The Drive In Shelf 3 Or, Step 3: Connect The Drive

    Chapter 3 Mount the Drive in the NetServer E 45 Mount the Drive in Shelf 3 or 4 Remove the drive mounting tray from the system. (See Figure 3-2.) Figure 3-2. Hard Disk Drive Mounting Tray Align the four screw holes in the bottom of the NetServer E 45 tray with the four screw holes in the bottom of the drive.

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    Chapter 3 Mount the Drive in the NetServer E 45 NOTE HP SCSI-3 drives must connect to the actively terminated cable. Using an incorrect cable (or not using an active termination module) will cause data transmission errors. Do not use passively terminated cables with Ultra SCSI-3 hard disk drives.

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    Chapter 3 Mount the Drive in the NetServer E 45 CAUTION No low level format is needed. HP performs the low-level format at the factory. Initialize the file system, using the operating system format utility. NOTE If you are experiencing problems with the drive, watch the messages on your monitor while the system boots.

  • Page 33: A Jumper Settings, Jumper Legend

    A Jumper Settings Each of the drives has an Ultra SCSI-3, single-ended, wide 8 or 16-bit interface data connection. The hard disk drives are shipped without SCSI terminators. These drives are ready to use on a SCSI cable with a built-in active terminator. The terminator power options are: 1.

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    Appendix A Jumper Settings Description Delay Spin-Up Motor start up is delayed by the sum of the SCSI ID times 6 seconds after power is applied; i.e., Drive 0 spindle starts immediately, drive 1 starts after a 6 second delay, drive 2 starts after a 12 second delay, and so forth.

  • Page 35: B Disk Drive Characteristics, Netware And Dos

    B Disk Drive Characteristics The proper settings for the following items depend on the operating system (NetWare, DOS, OS/2, Windows NT, UNIX or Banyan Vines) and corresponding version number: Extended Translation setting for the controller Partitions, logical drives or divisions for the hot swap hard disk drive For non-UNIX systems, partition and logical hot swap hard disk drive sizes also depend on: Partition type (Bootable or Non-bootable)

  • Page 36: Os/2 And Windows Nt

    Appendix B Disk Drive Characteristics OS/2 and Windows NT NOTE Configure the controller with "Extended Translation for Drives > 1 GB" enabled. Table B-2. Partitioning Information for OS/2 and Windows NT Maximum Maximum Bootable Partition Non-bootable Drive Operating FAT or System HPFS NTFS...

  • Page 37: Unix And Banyan Vines

    Appendix B Disk Drive Characteristics UNIX and Banyan Vines Table B-3. Partitioning Information for UNIX Maximum Size Maximum Number Extended Translation File Operating for > 1 GB System Partitions Divisions in System Drive Partition (Division) on Disk Partition SCO UNIX Disabled Disk 1 GB (root)

  • Page 39: C Returning Hp Hard Disk Drives

    C Returning HP Hard Disk Drives When returning a drive for service, repair, or replacement, use the packaging supplied with the exchange drive. Foam Antistatic Bag Hard Disk Drive Figure C-1. Drive Repackaging...

  • Page 41: D Warranty And Support, Hardware Warranty, Hp Repair And Telephone Support

    D Warranty and Support The hardware warranty below applies to components purchased as accessories. If your component was factory installed as part of an HP NetServer model, refer to the warranty statement provided with your system documentation. Hardware Warranty This HP NetServer accessory is covered by a limited hardware warranty for a period of one year from receipt by the original end-user purchaser.

  • Page 43: E Regulatory Information

    Supplementary Information: The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC. 1) This product was tested in a typical configuration with a Hewlett-Packard NetServer computer and peripherals. Santa Clara, May 20, 1998...

  • Page 45: Index

    Index active termination, 19, 26 jumper descriptions, 29 adapter, SCSI cable, 14 jumper locations D4910A, 5, 7 D4911A, 6, 7 Banyan Vines, 33 mounted tray, 15 delay spin-up, 29, 30 disk drive configuration, 29 narrow interface data connection, 29 drive narrow SCSI adapter, 14 format, 21, 27 NetServer E 30, 23...

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    Index SCSI connector, 19, 26 system board, 19, 26 SCSI controller, 21, 27 system boot, 21, 28 SCSI drive power cable, 19, 26 SCSI hard drives tools, 2 multiple, 8 SCSI host bus adapter, 8, 19, 26 SCSI Select utility, 21, 27 Ultra Wide SCSI connector, 14 SCSI terminators, 29 setup information, 2...

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