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HP D7171A - NetServer - LPr Installation Manual

Hp netserver lp 1000r (1.13, 1.26 & 1.40 ghz) installation sheet.
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Netserver
Setting Up the HP Netserver LP 1000r (1.13 and 1.26 GHz)
This guide is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots
LAN servers. Hewlett-Packard Company assumes you are qualified in
the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards
in products with hazardous energy levels. The instructions in this
document are provided in greater detail in the HP Netserver LP 1000r
User Guide.
1. Power on the HP Netserver and the monitor:
q Insert the HP Netserver Navigator CD-ROM in the CD-ROM
drive.
q The server should boot from the HP Netserver Navigator CD
on its own, if not, turn the power off, wait 10 seconds and turn
the power back on again.
q If the system fails to boot, follow the instructions on the
screen.
q Press [F2] to enter setup, or
q Press [F4] to accept automatic configuration update (if
prompted to do so).
2. Configure the Netserver and Install the Network Operating
System (NOS):
q During the configuration process you will be asked to select
the NOS Installation Mode.
q From the HP Netserver Navigation Main Menu, view the
system Readme from the HP Navigator main menu for the
most current installation information.
q Use the HP NetServer Navigator to configure the Netserver.
If you use Navigator's Guided, Custom, or Replication
modes, you will be prompted through the process.
NOTE) If certain versions of the Microsoft Windows NT Server are used,
a prompt will appear indicating selections of automated or
manual NOS installation.
q )Choose the automated NOS installation mode for first-time
installations of Microsoft Windows 2000 (NT) Server on
factory-configured HP Netserver. You will be guided through
the process by a series of HP display screens.
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the NOS vendor's installation process.
Before you leave the Navigator and install your NOS,
ensure you view and print the HP-customized NOS
installation instructions and create the driver diskette(s)
for the NOS you are installing.
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3. Install or Configure Tape Backup Software:
q )If your Netserver uses a tape backup device, install and/or
configure the tape backup software now.
Refer to the Tape Backup Getting Started Guide for
instructions on installing and configuring the tape backup
software.
4. Refer to the HP Netserver Online Documentation CD-ROM:
q )Use this CD-ROM for updated information about your
HP Netserver and as reference for any additional information
not provided in this Installation Guide.
NOTE) If you plan to use the Integrated Remote Assistant (Integrated RA)
feature to run Netserver utilities remotely, the Utility Partition must
be created using the HP Netserver Navigator. If you choose the
Guide mode of configuration, the partition will be created
automatically. Otherwise, you will need to choose Install/Update
Utility Partition during the custom configuration process. For more
information on the Integrated RA feature, refer to the "Remote
Administrator Guide" found on the HP Netserver Online
Documentation CD-ROM.
5. Run DiagTools: (Optional)
q )Create the HP DiagTools diskettes from the Netserver Utilities
(or Diskette Library) on the HP Netserver Navigator
CD-ROM.
q )Run HP DiagTools and after completing all the configuration
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  • Page 1: Audience Assumptions, Configuring The Hp Netserver

    This guide is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots controller board from a third-party). You will need to use LAN servers. Hewlett-Packard Company assumes you are qualified in the NOS vendor's installation process. the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards Before you leave the Navigator and install your NOS, in products with hazardous energy levels.

  • Page 2

    Familiarize Yourself Opening the HP Netserver Front of HP Netserver Bezel Removed Pins CD-ROM LED Indicators Flexible Disk Drive Spring Latch SCSI Drive (ID 0) SCSI Drive (ID 1) SCSI Drive (ID 2) Reset Switch Power Switch Power LED Temperature Fans SCSI Activity Disk 0...

  • Page 3

    Installing the PCI Accessory Installing Memory Board (Continued) CAUTION) Ensure you hold the DIMM tightly as you push it straight into the slot. It is possible to turn or bend the DIMM slightly while inserting it, which would damage or break the DIMM socket. Latch If a DIMM socket is damaged, you must use another Tab Rest...

  • Page 4

    Installing a Second Processor Installing a Second Processor (Continued) CAUTION) Do not open the new processor's protective bag or remove it from the bag until you are ready to install it. CAUTION) To prevent overheating and possible damage to the processor, inspect the thermal patch to ensure the Always wear a wrist-strap and use a static-dissipating thermal material covers the whole patch.

  • Page 5

    2-Post Rack Installation 2-Post Rack Installation (Continued) NOTE ) Refer to the white paper, HP Netserver High Density Rack Solutions Overview (LP 1000r and LP 2000r) on HP's Web site for high-density rack information. NOTE ) The installed inner-rails shipped with the HP Netserver are used for the 4-post HP racks.

  • Page 6

    4-Post Rack Installation (Continued) Attaching Cables LAN A/ Mouse Power MGMT LAN B Parallel Keyboard Serial A/ Video External USB (2) MGMT SCSI Connector Obtaining Additional Documentation Leveler Screws (4) For additional documentation, refer to your HP Netserver LP 1000r Online Anti-tip Foot Documentation CD-ROM.

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