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HP D7171A - NetServer - LPr Reference

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HP NetServer LXr 8500 Technical Reference Label
A
A
I/O Baseboard
Connectors to
CMOS Battery
Midplane Board
(under I/O Baseboard Shield)
P10
P9
P8
P7
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
+3.3 VDC
+3.3 VDC
+5 VDC
+5 VDC
33/66 MHz
33/66 MHz
33 MHz
33 MHz
Bus 3
Bus 2
Bus 1
Bus 0
Note:
If 66 MHz is selected (Setup Utility), but a
33 MHz card is present at boot time, the
bus runs at 33 MHz.
Buses can be dynamically allocated, which
changes the defaults shown.
All I/0 Slots are PCI Hot-Plug, 32 or 64 bit.
Shaded rectangle
represents the depressed
All accept the Universal Card (which can
side of the rocker switch
accept a 3.3 VDC or 5 VDC signal).
D
Memory
DIMM Installation Guidelines
For up to eight DIMMs, use one memory board in
either slot, left or right. (No terminator is required
in the empty slot.) With one memory board, you
can load DIMMs in any sequence, any slot, any size.
For more than eight DIMMs, a second memory
Push here
board must be installed to prevent RFI and to
to start
maintain compliance with Electromagnetic
latches
Compatibility Standards.
If you are using two memory boards, you can leave
one empty and install up to 16 DIMMs on the other
memory board.
If you install DIMMs on both memory boards,
configure both identically. If DIMMs of different
sizes are present in the same-numbered sockets
on both boards, a mismatch will be detected and
mismatched DIMMs reconfigured to the lower value
(or unpaired DIMMs will be ignored).
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
and Carrier Boards
Connector to
Midplane Board
Number of
Processors in
PCI Slot Dividers (10)
Processors
Slots Listed
(Add to Slot)
L=Left R=Right
SCSI A
1 (L1)
L1
IDE
I/O Configuration Switches
2 (L2)
L1
L2
SCSI B
3 (L3)
L1
Flexible Disk
L2
2
L3
I C Connectors
4 (L4)
L1
PCI LED Board Connector
L2
L3
Top Tools RCC
L4
I/O Riser Board
5 (R1)
L1
L2
L3
L4
6 (R2)
L1
L2
L3
L4
I/O Configuration Switches
7 (R3)
L1
OPEN = OFF
CLOSED = ON
L2
OPEN
L3
Reserved
L4
Recovery Boot
Reserved
8 (R4)
L1
Reserved
L2
CMOS Clear
L3
Password Clear
L4
PCI Hot-Plug Switch Disable
Reserved
Memory Board Latches
Scroll Down One Line
Scroll Up One Line
"Traffic Light" LEDs:
Red
Yellow
Green
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 r edundant (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.
Terminators
L2
L3
L4
L3
L4
L1
L2
L3
L4
L4
None
Front Panel
Board Connector
J6A1 Jumper Block
on Processor
Basebord
R1
R2
R3
R4
Front of Board
R1
R3
Jumper Block J6A1
R2
R4
1
2
1
2
es, all covers and panels
3
4
3
4
R1
R4
5
6
5
6
R2
7
8
7
8
R3
9
10
9
10
R1
None
11
12
11
12
R2
13
1 4
13
14
R3
R4
15
16
15
16
400MHz
450MHz
Audience Assumptions
This Service Reference Label is for trained service
personnel. Hewlett-Packard Company assumes you
Memory DIMMs:
are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment
Slot J16
and trained in recognizing hazards in products with
Slot J15
hazardous energy levels.
Slot J14
Electrostatic Discharge To avoid catastrophic or
hidden damage to components, wear a wrist strap
Slot J13
and use a static-dissipative work surface connected
Slot J12
to the chassis when handling components. Use an
Slot J11
antistatic service kit, such as 3M 8501/8502/8505
®
Slot J10
or equivalent.
Even at low room temperatur
Slot J9
must be in place to provide controlled airflow for
Slot J8
system reliability.
Slot J7
This information is subject to change without notice
Slot J6
and is provided without warranty.
Slot J5
©1999, Hewlett-Packard Company. All rights reserved.
Slot J4
Slot J3
Slot J2
CAUTION!
Slot J1
Do not remove top cover while unit
is on. (PCI access panel can be
removed.)
G
Rear Panel and Cabling
HP NetServer LXr 8500 (rear)
AC In
External SCSI Port
Keyboard *
Mouse *
Serial B
Serial A
I/O Riser
Board
VGA
Parallel
Port
* Keyboard and Mouse ports
are interchangeable
Left Processor Carrier Board
C
Grand Connector
Boot Order
1.
Primary IDE CD-ROM
2.
Flexible Disk
3.
PCI Slot 1
Processor
Baseboard
4.
PCI Slot 2
5.
Embedded SCSI
Processor Carrier
Board Connector
(for Right)
Locking Bar
Release
Processor Cage
Locking Bar
Unused
Cache Coherency
Filter Connectors
R1
R2
Caution:
1
2
1
2
In a multiple processor configuration, the processors all must be the
3
4
3
4
same HP product number, the same frequency, and the same cache size.
5
6
5
6
Processors 1 - 4 should be mounted on the left Processor Carrier Board.
Processors 5 - 8 should be added to the Right Processor Carrier Board.
7
8
7
8
See the table in this panel.
9
10
9
10
Operating a CPU chip at a lower or higher speed, or at an incorrect
11
12
11
12
voltage, may result in unreliable operation - - or cause catastrophic or
hidden damage to the chip.
13
14
13
1 4
Repairs due to unauthorized jumper settings or use of incorrect processor
15
16
15
16
combinations are not covered under the warranty. Processors supplied
and warranted by HP for NetServers have an HP label.
500MHz
550MHz
E
Power Supply Modules
Power Supply LEDs:
Caution:
PWR
If you remove a power supply, wait at least
15 seconds to reset before reinserting it.
PRFL
Power Supply Configuration
AC Input to power supply is 200V - 240V
FAIL
Two power supplies (minimum) 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
DAC
SCSI
Board
Connector
Boot Order
6.
PCI Slot 3
7.
PCI Slot 4
8.
PCI Slot 5
9.
PCI Slot 6
10.
PCI Slot 7
11.
PCI Slot 8
SCSI A
12.
PCI Slot 9
13.
PCI Slot 10
SCSI B
Right Processor
Carrier Board
for Processor 5
for Processor 6
for Processor 7
for Processor 8
R3
R4
Processor Carrier Board
Connector (backside)
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.
Predictive Fail
Blinking Yellow = Power supply fan is slow.
Power supply may fail.
Off = Fan speed normal.
Attention Indicator
Off = Normal operation.
Yellow = Power supply failure.
Blinking Yellow = Current limit exceeded.
Possible short in power supply or server.
D7054-80206, Rev B
Dual-Bus
Configured Storage
Single-Bus
Configured Storage
D7054-80208, Rev A

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