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HP D7171A - NetServer - LPr Reference

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HP NetServer LXr 8000 Technical Reference Label
A
I/O Baseboard
Connectors to
2MB Video RAM
Battery
Midplane Board
SCSI Channel B
A
B
P10
P9
P8
P7
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
BIOS
Bus 2
Bus 1
Bus 0
64 Bit Hot-Plug
Secondary 32 Bit
Primary 32 Bit
PCI Bus
PCI Bus
PCI Bus
I/O Baseboard Configuration Jumper Setting
(Jumper shown with default settings)
Shared PCI P1 & ISA Slot
Flash VPP = No Write
Clear CMOS Password
PHP Switch Override
D
Memory
Common Memory
Configurations:
DIMM Installation Guidelines
Both Left and Right boards must be in place;
Left may be empty
Add DIMMs to a board in groups of four
Fill banks in A, B, C, D order
All DIMMs in a bank must be identical size and
speed
Banks of 64MB and 256MB DIMMs can be mixed
on the same board; the banks may be in any order
8-way interleave if the configurations of the two
boards are identical; 4-way interleave otherwise
Key
The following HP DIMMs are supported:
64MB
• D6112A
64MB DIMM (256MB DIMM Kit, 4x64)
256MB
• D6114A
256MB DIMM (1GB DIMM Kit, 4x256)
F
Control Panel
Power Button
Secure Mode Button
Power LED
Secure Mode LED
Reset
Reset Button
Enter
Escape
Control Buttons and LEDs
Control
Description
Power Button
Turns system power on and off.
Power LED
Steady green when power is on; flashing green when
system is in ACPI Sleep; off when system power is
off.
Reset
Performs a system hard reset.
Secure Mode
Puts the system in Secure Mode, if the system
Button
was configured for Secure Mode.
Secure Mode
Glows steady green when the system is in Secure Mode.
LED
Escape
Return to previous menu.
Enter
Select an item from the menu.
Down Arrow
Scrolls the display down one line or up one line.
and Up Arrow
B
Processor Baseboard
Caution:
SCSI Channel A
In a multiple processor configuration, the processors all must
have the same frequency and cache size.
For each additional processor, also add one voltage regulator
IDE
module to the processor baseboard.
Operating a CPU chip at a lower or higher speed, or at an
incorrect voltage, may result in unreliable operation -- or cause
catastrophic or hidden damage to the chip.
Repairs due to unauthorized jumper settings or use of
Floppy Disk
incorrect processor combinations are not covered under the
warranty. Processors supplied and warranted by HP for
NetServers have an HP label.
Unused
Number of
Processors
Processors
Jumper Block
1
Proc 1
ISA Slot
2
Proc 1
I/O Riser Slot
Proc 2
USB
3
Proc 1
Proc 2
Proc 3
Update BMC Code
1
BIOS Recovery
2
Normal Boot
4
Proc 1
Spare Jumper
3
Spare Jumper
Proc 2
4
Flash VPP= +12V
CMOS Clear
5
Proc 3
6
Proc 4
7
Enable SPI Chain
8
A B C
Total Memory
256MB
0.5GB
0.7GB
1GB
1.5GB
2GB
1GB
2GB
Interleave
4
4
4
8
8
8
4
8
Board
L
R
L
R
L
R
L
R
L
R
L
R
L
R
L
R
Bank A
J1
J2
Bank B
J5
J6
Bank C
J9
J10
Bank D
J13
J14
Bank A
J3
J4
Bank B
J7
J8
Bank C
J11
J12
Bank D
J15
J16
Scroll Down One Line
Scroll Up One Line
"Traffic Light" LEDs:
Not Used
Two Line Display
Display works even when the server has
powered down or hung, as long as the server
has standby power.
"Traffic Light" LEDs
Red
Yellow
Green
Off
Off
Off
Main Power is off. System may
or may not have standby power.
Flashing
Off
Off
A system component has failed. If the
component was redundant (i.e., a power supply
or fan), the system may still be operating.
Off
Flashing
Off
A condition exists which may cause the
failure of a system component.
Off
Off
On
The system is operating normally.
Connectors
to Midplane
VRM 2
VRM 1
VRM 4
Terminators
VRMs
Proc 2
VRM 1 (Cache 1/2)
Proc 3
VRM 2 (Cache 3/4)
Proc 4
VRM 3 (Core 1)
Proc 3
VRM 1 (Cache 1/2)
Proc 4
VRM 2 (Cache 3/4)
VRM 3 (Core 1)
VRM 4 (Core 2)
Proc 4
VRM 1 (Cache 1/2)
VRM 2 (Cache 3/4)
VRM 3 (Core 1)
VRM 4 (Core 2)
VRM 5 (Core 3)
VRM 1 (Core 1)
None
VRM 2 (Cache 1/2)
VRM 3 (Core 2)
VRM 4 (Core 3)
VRM 5 (Cache 3/4)
VRM 6 (Core 4)
Audience Assumptions
3GB
4GB
6GB
8GB
This Service Reference Label is for trained service
personnel. Hewlett-Packard Company assumes you
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8
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are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment
L
R
L
R
L
R
L
R
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.
©1998, Hewlett-Packard Company. All rights reserved.
CAUTION!
Do not remove top cover while unit
is on. (PCI Hot Plug access panel
can be removed.)
G
Rear Panel and Cabling
Red
Yellow
Green
External SCSI Port
Keyboard *
Mouse *
Serial B
Serial A
VGA
LPT1
* Keyboard and Mouse ports
are interchangeable
Processor Slots:
Proc 1
Proc 3
Proc 2
Proc 4
Connector
to Midplane
VRM 6
VRM 5
VRM 3
VRM = Voltage
Front Panel Connector
Regulator Module
Jumper Block J31
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
4
5
6
5
6
7
8
7
8
9
10
9
10
11
12
11
12
Pins 11 -16 are
unused; spare
13
14
13
1 4
jumpers may be
placed here
15
16
15
16
Jumper Settings for
Jumper Settings for
400MHz Processors
450MHz Processors
E
Power Supply Modules
Caution:
If you remove a power supply, wait at least 15
seconds before reinserting it. (The delay gives
the power supply's inrush protection circuit time
to reset itself. Otherwise, the supply may trip
the main circuit breakers or UPS circuit
breakers.)
Power Supply Configuration
AC Input to power supply is 220V only
A minimum of two power supplies are required
Power supplies can be installed in any power supply bay
A power supply must be installed in each bay at all times
to ensure proper system cooling
AC In
DAC
SCSI
Board
C
Firmware
Boot Order
1.
IDE CD-ROM
2.
Flexible Disk
3.
ISA Board
3a. P1
3b. On-Board SCSI A
3c. On-Board SCSI B
3d. P2
4.
P1
5.
On-board SCSI A
6.
On-board SCSI B
7.
P2 - P10
ROM Setup
Press
F2
to enter Setup when prompted during Power On
Self-Test.
Clear CMOS
Method 1
1.
Change Jumper 5 in I/O Baseboard jumper block from
B-C to A-B ("CMOS CLEAR" position). See Panel
A
.
2.
Power up the system.
3.
Allow the system to boot.
4.
Power down the system.
5.
Reset Jumper 5 to B-C.
6.
Power up the system.
Method 2
1.
Power up the system.
2.
When prompted, press
F2
to enter Setup.
3.
Press
F9
for default CMOS settings.
4.
Press
to save default settings and exit Setup.
F10
BIOS Boot Recovery
1.
Change Jumper 2 in I/O Baseboard jumper block from
B-C to A-B ("BIOS Recovery" position). See Panel
.
A
2.
Put bootable diskette with BIOS file in flexible disk drive.
3.
Power up the system.
4.
System will beep three times; wait for all activity on the
flexible drive to cease.
5.
Power down the system.
6.
Reset Jumper 2 from A-B to B-C ("Normal Boot" position).
Power Supply LEDs:
PWR
AC Input Indicator
Green = AC power input to module OK.
Blinking Green = AC power input to system OK.
System in standby mode.
Off = No AC power.
PRFL
Predictive Fail
Blinking Yellow = Power supply fan is slow.
Power supply may fail.
Off = Fan speed normal.
FAIL
Attention Indicator
Off = Normal operation.
Yellow = Power supply failure.
Blinking Yellow = Current limit exceeded.
Possible short in power supply or server.
D6021-80209, Rev B
Part 1
Single-Bus
Terminator
Configured Storage
Option Switch
Dual-Bus
Configured Storage
Option Switch
Terminators
D6021-80209, Rev B
Part 2

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