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HP D7171A - NetServer - LPr Reference

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System Board
Terminator
*
Fan Connector
Secondary Voltage
Secondary
Regulator Module
Processor
Socket
Standby Power LED
DIMM LEDs
0 1 2 3
FSB (CPU Bus Speed)
Primary Processor
Primary Voltage
Regulator Module
0
DIMM Memory Sockets
1
Boot Order
2
1.
IDE CD-ROM
2.
Floppy Drive
3
3.
Embedded SCSI
4.
PCI 6
5.
PCI 5
6.
PCI 4
7.
PCI 3
8.
PCI 2
BIOS Flash
*
Remove Terminator to
9.
PCI 1
EEPROM
install Secondary Processor
DIMM Installation Rules
Use only 100 MHz SDRAM DIMMs. Do not use
DIMMs can be 64MB, 128MB, or 256MB in
EDO Memory Modules from earlier LC models,
any combination
which may fit but will not function correctly
DIMMs can be installed in any order in any
Use only HP DIMMs listed on this label at far right
of the four DIMM sockets
Standard Model
SCSI
System Board
Control Panel
IDE CD-ROM
Flexible
Disk
Management
Port
Fan Cable
Flexible
Disk
Backplane
Flexible
Disk
CD-ROM
CD-ROM
Power Supply
Shelf 3
Shelf 4
Shelf 5
Shelf 6
System Switches
System Switches
CPU Frequency (by MHz)
Battery
100 MHz FSB
300
350
400
Serial B
Serial A
Parallel
I/O
Mouse
Keyboard
Monitor
Cirrus
Logic
VRAM
VRAM Upgrade
Hot-Swap Model
Cabling Key
Available Connector
Engaged Connector
Control
Panel
68-pin SCSI Cable
C42
(5183-2412)
External SCSI Cable
C 3
(5182-6749)
Backplane
IDE CD-ROM Cable
D6
Flexible
(5183-2411)
Flexible Disk Cable
FC
(5183-2410)
CD-ROM
68-pin SCSI Cable
C52
Shelf 3
(5183-2484)
I C Cable
2
2
I C
(5182-6730)
C42
68-pin SCSI Cable
FC
C82
(5183-3488)
Hot-Swap
Built-in SCSI
D 6
Shelf 1
Terminator
* *
68-pin to 50-pin Adapter
(for tape backup only)
Shelf 2
(5183-2427)
Shelf 3
Shelf 4
Shelf 5
Shelf 6
**
Backplane
To Control Panel
450
500
550
CPU
Speed
Test Only (7 & 8)
Password (6)
Clear Password
IDE CD-ROM
Config. Memory (5)
Flexible Disk
Clear Config. (CMOS)
System Board
Management Port
To SCSI Adapter
Car d or Embedded
SCSI
Fan Cable
Backplane
External SCSI
Connector
Disk
Flexible Disk
C3
Power
Supply
OUT
IN
sw
Drives
Default Switch
Alternate Switch
Rear View
Settings (1, 0, 3)
Settings (1, 2, 3)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
If Shelf 3 has
SCSI ID 2
SCSI ID set to 0
reserved for DAT
Resource Sharing
HP recommends for most environments to let the
server assign resources and PCI interrupts. The LC 3
To System Board
is capable of avoiding interrupt conflicts through
interrupt sharing.
However, when two similar or dissimilar PCI Cards
To Management
continue to have conflicts, it is possible to manually
Remote
Port
*
assign interrupts through the BIOS Setup Utility.
Access
PCI 6: LAN Adapter
The following slots share interrupts:
PCI 5
SCSI
A I C
7880
Interrupt A: Slot 2 and Slot 6
PCI 4
PCI 3
PCI 2
Interrupt B:
PCI 1 / ISA
Interrupt C: Slot 1 and Slot 4
SCSI
*
Requires External Modem
Slot 5 does not share any interrupts
for Remote Access
Backplane
SCSI
IDE
CD-ROM
Flexible
Disk
FC
Example of
D6
NetRAID
Shelf 1
Configuration
C52
Shelf 2
CD-ROM
**
Shelf 3
End of
I C
2
Cable C52
C52
1
0
3
1
C82
C52
1
Order D5968A
2
NetRAID 1
2
Order D4992A
Slot 3 and SCSI-A
(integrated controller)
HP NetServer LC 3
Technical Reference Card
Electronic Support Services
• Internet Web Page http://www.hp.com/go/netserver
• Internet FTP ftp://ftp.netserver.hp.com
• CompuServe Library GO HPPC
• HP Navigator CD
Support Questions
• HP-Authorized Reseller
• CompuServe Discussion Forum GO HPPC
• US / Canada Phone Support 1-970-635-1000
• Europe Phone Support (+31-20) 581-3330 (Netherlands)
HP has offices in over 100 countries.
Check your local telephone directory.
Available HP Accessories
For a complete list of tested accessories, download Order
Assistant from the HP Web page.
Audience Assumptions
This Service Reference Label is for trained service
personnel. Hewlett-Packard Company assumes you are
qualified in the servicing of computer equipment and
trained in recognizing hazards in products with hazardous
energy levels.
Electrostatic Discharge
To avoid catastrophic or hidden damage to components,
wear a wrist strap and use a static-dissipative work surface
connected to the chassis when handling components. Use
®
an antistatic service kit, such as 3M 8501/8502/8505 or
equivalent.
Even at low room temperatures, all covers and panels
must be in place to provide controlled airflow for system
reliability.
This information is subject to change without notice
and is provided without warranty.
©1999, Hewlett-Packard Company. All rights reserved.
P/N: D6123-80202, Rev D

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