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Contents 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r..........1 Installation Guidelines..................1 Rack Mount Installation ................. 2 Pedestal Installation ..................4 Configuring the HP NetServer................ 6 Shipping the fully-configured HP NetServer ..........10 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators..............11 Front View ....................
Contents 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices............... 39 Introduction ....................39 Mass Storage Guidelines................40 Selecting SCSI Devices................40 SCSI Termination ..................40 Hot-Swap Cage Configuration ..............40 Boot Priority....................43 Installing Hot-Swap Mass Storage ............... 44 Removing a Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive Module ........48 Installing Non-Hot-Swap Mass Storage............
Contents Removing a Processor Module ..............78 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 79 Introduction ....................79 HP NetServer and Rack Components............79 Tools Required ..................80 Rack-mounting Guidelines and Precautions..........80 System E/U Characteristics ................. 82 HP NetServer Rack Mount Parts List ............
Contents Menu Bar ....................117 Using the Setup Screens ................119 Changing the System Date and Time............119 Setting the HP NetServer’s Boot Passwords ...........120 Changing Internal Device Boot Priority............124 Clearing Configuration Settings from CMOS ...........126 Run Symbios Configuration Utility............127 Verify Disk Drive Modules...............130 11Information Assistant................131 Introduction ....................131 Using Information Assistant ................131...
Contents Tools Required ..................149 Installing the Slides..................150 Marking the Columns................150 Installing Rack Nuts................151 Installing Bar Nuts ..................152 Attaching the Slides................153 Completing the HP NetServer Installation ..........155 A Specifications ...................157 Video......................157 2D Video Resolutions ................157 3D Video Resolutions ................157 Environment ....................158 Thermal....................158 Altitude ....................158 Acoustic Emissions.................158...
Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r Installation Guidelines This Installation Guide is for the LH 6000r rack-mount HP NetServer, and the LH 6000 pedestal HP NetServer. Pedestal Orientation Rack-Mount Orientation LH 6000r LH 6000 Figure 1-1. HP NetServers Observe all warnings and cautions. Read this chapter before taking the NetServer out of its box.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r Rack Mount Installation Follow the setup steps in the exact order shown below for a successful rack installation. Skip any steps that do not apply to your installation. Figure 1-2. LH 6000r (Rack-Mount) 1.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r 4. If you have items such as a processor and DIMMs to install, HP recommends that you remove the system board assembly from the server chassis and install them at this time. Refer to Chapter 5, "Installing Additional Memory,"...
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r 15. Hook up the monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Refer to Chapter 9, "Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, and Mouse." 16. Connect external cables. 17. Power up the HP NetServer. Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators." 18.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r CAUTION The HP NetServers LH 6000r and LH 6000 each weigh up to 180 pounds (82 kgs). More than one person is required to lift a server. Do not attempt to lift the NetServer by yourself. Failure to observe this warning could result in serious injury, or damage to the HP NetServer.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r 14. Power up the HP NetServer. Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators." Go to the next section, "Configuring the HP NetServer." Configuring the HP NetServer 1. Turn on the monitor. Press the power-on button on the HP NetServer, and press the eject button on the CD-ROM drive.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r NOTE Before proceeding with the next steps, determine the storage management mode (HP NetRAID or LVD SCSI) to be used on the NetServer. If HP NetRAID is the desired mode, refer to the Integrated HP NetRAID Controller Configuration Guide to plan the RAID configuration.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r Select "Yes" to choose automated NOS installation for first-time installation of Novell NetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server on a factory-configured HP NetServer. Select No to use the manual NOS installation if: You are installing a NOS other than Novell NetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r a. Create Drivers Diskette(s): On the Create Drivers Diskette(s) screen, select Create Drivers Diskette(s) to create one or more customized diskettes containing HP drivers and configuration files to use when you install the NOS. b.
Chapter 1 Setting Up the HP NetServer LH 6000/6000r Shipping the fully-configured HP NetServer Label each cable and component to facilitate re-assembly. If racked, remove all components from the rack, including external mass storage. For both rack-mounted and pedestal HP NetServers, repack the components in the original packing material, and prepare them for shipment.
2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Front View Figure 2-1 shows the rack-mounted HP NetServer LH 6000r and Figure 2-2 shows the pedestal HP NetServer LH 6000. Protective Cover (shown open) Reset Front Panel Console Figure 2-1. LH 6000r Bezel and Front Panel Console NOTE A small protective cover is provided on the HP NetServer’s front bezel to cover the Power and Reset buttons.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Lock Protective Door (shown open) Reset Front Panel Console Figure 2-2. LH 6000 Bezel and Front Panel Console Front Panel Console Figure 2-3 shows the HP NetServer LH 6000’s Front Panel Console (the HP NetServer LH 6000r is similar, but has no lock).
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Door reveals this panel Secure Mode Power Power-on Reset Switch Switch Switch Secure Lock Reset Mode Server Status Status Screen LEDs Escape Enter Scroll Scroll Down Figure 2-3. Front Panel Console Table 2-1. Front Panel Console Switch and Indicator Definitions Control Description Lock (LH 6000 only)
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Control Description Resets the NetServer. This switch may be disabled by Secure mode. RESET Secure Mode Switch Locks system keyboard, monitor display, and control panel to and Indicator prevent unauthorized use. Go to the Setup utility security menu to configure this feature.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Viewing System Information Use the HP NetServer’s status screen to view system configuration information, a log of current and past conditions, replaceable parts information, adjust screen contrast, and more. Use the controls to choose menus and scroll through screens. Table 2-2 briefly describes the controls.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Main Menu This is the status screen default display: HP NetServer LH 6000 1. To reach the main menu from this default screen, press the Enter button. NOTE The status screen displays two lines of an entire menu at a time.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators 2. Use the arrow buttons to see the complete list. This is a sample event log: ****Event Log**** >008^ POWER Unit >007^ Temp Error >006 CPU Failure >005 POST Error >004 Volt Error >003 CPU Failure >002^ POWER Unit >001...
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators FW Info (Firmware Information) Menu The FW Info menu displays the versions of all firmware components in the system. 1. Select FW Info from the Main Menu. A display similar to the one shown below appears on the HP NetServer’s front panel display.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Component Info Menu To see the NetServer chassis’ part numbers and serial numbers: 1. Select Component Info from the Main Menu. A display similar to the one shown below appears on the status screen: *Component Info* Asset Tag: 2.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Hard Disk Drive LED Indicators Each disk drive module has two LED indicators: one for status and one for activity. You can view these LED indicators on the LH 6000 and on the LH 6000r with the bezel open.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Indicators and Controls behind the Front Bezel The LEDs for these devices are visible only when the bezel is open or removed: CD ROM Flexible Disk Drives Internal Hard Disk Drives Activity Headphone Flexible Jack CD ROM Disk Drive...
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Rear View The HP NetServer’s rear panel includes communication ports, the AC power connectors, and the NetServer’s two power supplies cages. Each power supply cage can hold two power supply modules. In addition, all hot plug PCI slots have LED indicators located just above the PCI latch.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators LED Indicators at the Rear of the Chassis PCI Attention LED Indicators If a hot-plug board needs attention, its LED indicator glows amber. Slot 5 needs attention Figure 2-7. Amber Attention LED Indicator When an amber PCI LED indicator appears, you must remove the cover to see the power LED indicators for each hot-plug PCI slot.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Onboard LEDs Green (Power) LED Amber (Attention) LED Figure 2-9. Light Pipes Display PCI LED Indicators PCI Slot LED Indicators Each hot-plug PCI slot has an amber and a green LED. Table 2-4 interprets the LEDs.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Local Area Network (LAN) LEDs The LAN has LEDs on the connector that provide status information about the LAN. Interpret the LAN LEDs as shown in Table 2-5. Table 2-5. Local Area Network LED Status Green LED Yellow LED LAN Status:...
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators When preparing your site for installation, allow for the additional inrush current. Follow these circuit breaker recommendations before installing the server at your site: In North America, use a 20-amp-minimum circuit with one NEMA AB1 class 14B breaker for each 16-amp Power Distribution Unit (PDU).
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators Power-Down Procedure Follow this procedure when installing non-hot-swap and non-hot-plug components, such as tape drives and non-hot-plug PCI boards. 1. Log off all users and back-up files. 2. Follow instructions in your network operating system (NOS) documentation to gracefully shut down all networking software and applications.
Chapter 2 Controls, Ports, and Indicators NOTE The HP NetServer’s power management policies (transitions between various power states) and the user options are specific to the particular ACPI-compliant NOS installed on the NetServer. If your respective NOS is ACPI-compliant, refer to the power management features in the instructions provided for more information.
3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter describes removing and replacing the covers of the rack-mount HP NetServer LH 6000r and the pedestal HP NetServer LH 6000. If the NetServer is not currently installed in a rack, skip to step 6 for the LH 6000r in the following section, "Removing the LH 6000r Rack Mount Covers."...
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Removing the LH 6000r Rack Mount Covers CAUTION Do NOT operate the NetServer for more than 30 minutes with any cover (including power supplies and disk drives) removed. Otherwise, damage to system components may result due to improper cooling airflow.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Figure 3-2. Removing the HP NetServer LH 6000r Bezel 3. Do not unscrew the entire hinge or bracket from the NetServer. Use a Torx 25 screwdriver to remove only the four outer screws so that the hinge and the bracket remain attached to the NetServer chassis as shown in Figure 3-3.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 4. At the rear of the rack, remove the two screws that connect the Z-bracket (if present) to the rear of the NetServer. Z-Bracket Remove the two screws holding the NetServer to the bracket.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 6. Remove the top cover by loosening the thumbscrew and pulling the cover forward to disengage it. Lift it up and away from the chassis (see Figure 3-6). Top Cover Thumbscrew Right Cover Thumbscrew Thumbscrew Bottom Cover...
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 4. Check that the four closely spaced metal tabs are in their four openings at the rear of the HP NetServer. The cover is secure when all edges are flush against the chassis and you cannot easily shift it. 5.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer (1) Unlock the bezel. (2) Pull bezel toward you, then (3) up and away from the front panel, releasing the tabs from the slots at the bottom of the front panel. Figure 3-7. Removing the HP NetServer LH 6000 Bezel CAUTION The NetServer covers are heavy.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 4. Remove the top cover by loosening the thumbscrew, pulling the cover forward and then slightly sideways to disengage it. Lift it up and away from the chassis (see Figure 3-8). 5. Remove the right cover by loosening the thumbscrew and pulling the cover forward to disengage it.
Chapter 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer 4. Check that the four closely spaced metal tabs are in their four openings at the rear of the HP NetServer. The cover is secure when all edges are flush against the chassis and you cannot easily shift it. 5.
4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Introduction The HP NetServer standard configuration is: One hot-swap mass storage cage (primary) With requested drives installed With filler panels in the slots not occupied by drives A flexible disk drive A CD-ROM 32x drive Non-hot-swap mass storage shelves NOTE You can install a second hot-swap mass storage cage in the...
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Mass Storage Guidelines Read this section prior to installing mass storage drives for a successful installation. Selecting SCSI Devices Hot-Swap Hot-swap mass storage consists of either low profile (1.0-inch) or half-height (1.6-inch) drives. For the hot-swap shelves use only HP LVD SCSI 3.5-inch hard disk drives.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Slot Number Slot Number Disk Drive Disk Drive SCSI Device ID SCSI Device ID SCSI Bus ID SCSI Bus ID Slot Number Slot Number Disk Drive Disk Drive SCSI Device ID SCSI Device ID SCSI Bus ID SCSI Bus ID Slot Number...
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Slot Number Slot Number Disk Drive Disk Drive 10 11 12 13 14 15 SCSI Device ID SCSI Device ID SCSI Bus ID SCSI Bus ID Slot Number Slot Number Disk Drive Disk Drive 12 13 14 15 SCSI Device ID 14 15...
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Slot Number Slot Number Disk Drive Disk Drive SCSI Device ID SCSI Device ID SCSI Bus ID SCSI Bus ID Bus B Bus A Bus A Bus B Center Line Center Line Slot Number Disk Drive SCSI Device ID SCSI Bus ID...
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices You can change this boot order using the Setup utility (press [F2] during the boot process. See Chapter 10, "Configuring the HP NetServer." NOTE Use the Symbios (SCSI) Configuration Utility to configure the HP NetServer to ignore the onboard SCSI channels and to select a different PCI slot for boot devices.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Figure 4-5. Hot-Swap Drive and Filler Panel CAUTION When installing more than one drive, do not stack drives on your work surface. Hard disk drives are very susceptible to mechanical shock and can be damaged by a drop as short as one-quarter of an inch.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Drive Spacer Figure 4-6. Removing the Drive Spacer 3. Open the drive module by pressing in on the locking latch at the end of the drive ejector handle and pulling open the handle. CAUTION Be careful when you open the ejector handle.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices 4. With the drive ejector handle open, gently slide the module into the cage. Stop when you feel resistance. 5. For the LH 6000r, slowly close the ejector handle. Verify that the pin behind the pivot end of the handle engages the hole in the edge of the cage. 6.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Removing a Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive Module CAUTION You must remove the drive slowly to ensure the drive heads are parked prior to removal. Ensure you follow these instructions carefully to prevent handling damage, such as head slaps or head actuator unlocking.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Non-hot-swap shelves Figure 4-9. Non-Hot-Swap Shelf in LH 6000 CAUTION Protect the drive from static electricity by leaving it in its anti-static bag until you are ready to install it. Before handling the drive, touch any unpainted metal surface to discharge static electricity.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices To install a non-hot-swap, mass storage device, such as a flexible tape drive, CD-ROM drive, tape back-up drive or hard disk drive. The installation procedure is the same for the rack-mount and the pedestal NetServers once you gain access to the server.
Chapter 4 Installing Mass Storage Devices Connecting SCSI Sub-systems The second LVD SCSI connector, bus B, can be used to connect to peripheral sub-systems such as the HP RS/12 or DLT tape libraries. CAUTION Do not mix high voltage differential (HVD) driver and receiver devices with the SE, LVD (Ultra2), or multi-mode devices on the same SCSI bus.
5 Installing Additional Memory Introduction This chapter describes how to add memory to the HP NetServer LH 6000r or the HP NetServer LH 6000. The standard configuration ships with 256 MB of interleaved memory, one 128 MB DIMM in slot 1A and one 128 MB DIMM in slot 1B.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Installing Memory in the LH 6000r and LH 6000 CAUTION Extend the anti-tip foot from under the front of the rack or insure that the anti-tip feature is installed. The installation procedure is the same for the rack-mount and the pedestal NetServers once you gain access to the system board assembly.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory 5. Remove the two screws securing the system board assembly to the chassis (see Figures 5-2 and 5-3). 6. Unlatch the blue retaining latches to release the assembly. CAUTION Wear a wrist-strap and use a static-dissipating work surface connected to the chassis when handling components.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Figure 5-3. Removing the System Board Assembly from the LH 6000 NetServer CAUTION The System Board Assembly weighs approximately 20 lbs. (9 kgs). Support it at the bottom as it is removed from the chassis. 8.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Figure 5-4. System Board Assembly on Grounded Anti-static pad 9. Identify the slot locations for the DIMM pair(s) being added: Table 5-1. Paired Memory Slots Slot 1A and Slot 1B Slot 2A and Slot 2B Slot 3A and Slot 3B Slot 4A and Slot 4B 10.
Chapter 5 Installing Additional Memory Figure 5-5. Align DIMM Notches with slot keys NOTE If the latches do not close, repeat until they do. Repeat step 10 to install all of the DIMMs for your memory configuration. 11. Carefully reinsert the system board assembly into its guides, and reseat it into its slot by rotating the blue latches to the flat, locked position.
6 Installing Additional Boards Introduction This chapter describes how to install accessory boards into the I/O board. The I/O board is located under the top cover of the LH 6000r and under the left cover of the LH 6000. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer," for instructions on removing the covers.
See Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators," in the "Sleep States" section. Some accessory board outputs may exceed U.S. National Electrical code (NFPA 70) Class 2 or power source limits and must use appropriate interconnecting cabling in accordance with the National Electrical Code. (All Hewlett-Packard boards comply with Class 2.)
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards IRQ Settings BIOS automatically assigns the IRQs (hardware interrupts) for each PCI slot and embedded device in the NetServer during boot. These assignments trigger the NOS to enable the APIC (Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller). APIC takes advantage of the expanded set of non-conflicting IRQs for those accessory boards requiring more than one IRQ per slot.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Installing Accessory Boards NOTE To perform a hot add, or a hot replacement when the HP NetServer is powered up, refer to help information provided on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM provided with your NetServer. Use this procedure to install all PCI accessory boards for the following situations: The initial installation of PCI Hot Plug boards All PCI boards without hot-plug compliant drivers installed or removed in...
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards 4. For both rack-mounted and pedestal models, follow the instructions in Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer," to gain access to the I/O board. NOTE In the LH 6000r, this assembly is under the top cover; in the LH 6000, it is under the left cover.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Figure 6-3. Removing a PCI Slot Cover Front Board Hold Down Figure 6-4. Removing Front Board Hold Down...
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards NOTE To prevent intermittent problems, ensure each unused PCI slot has a PCI slot cover. If a PCI board is removed and not re-installed, you must install a PCI slot cover. CAUTION Do not bend the PCI board to install it into the slot. If the PCI board is full-length, the PCI front board hold-down at the rear of the PCI slot is used to hold the board in place.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Figure 6-5. Installing an Accessory Board 14. Lower the retainer. 15. Secure the PCI board by rotating the locking lever counter-clockwise to hold the retainer (see Figure 6-3). NOTE Be sure the PCI latch and retainer close fully so that the slot will power on when the NetServer reboots.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards NOTE All PCI slots (with the PCI hold-down latch closed) power on and the HP NetServer recognizes all new boards when it reboots, regardless of the presence of a driver or a PCI Hot Plug Utility. If the PCI board requires a driver (non-hot plug-compliant or hot plug-compliant) that is not loaded during NOS installation, you must load the driver according to the respective NOS’s...
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards To access the PCI Hot Plug Replacement procedures for the respective NOS, you must have the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM provided with the HP NetServer LH 6000. To view the respective Hot Plug Replacement (NOS) procedures: 1.
Chapter 6 Installing Additional Boards Note: Ejector only moves 10 mm (3/8 inch) Figure 6-6. Removing a Hot Plug Board 4. Remove the hot-plug board. 5. Either replace the hot-plug board or reinstall the slot cover. 6. Close the PCI hold-down latch.
7 Installing Additional Processors Introduction The HP NetServer LH 6000 and the HP NetServer LH 6000r support up to six processors and accompanying voltage regulation modules (VRMs) on the system board assembly. The HP NetServer LH 6000 and the HP NetServer LH 6000r ship with one processor and an accompanying voltage regulation module (VRM) in the initial slots (Slot 1).
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors CAUTION Before you remove a processor from the anti-static container, touch a grounded, unpainted metal surface on the HP NetServer to discharge static electricity. Do not change the processor speed switches as this can result in unreliable or intermittent performance, and data integrity may also be at risk.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors CAUTION Wear a wrist-strap and use a static-dissipating work surface connected to the chassis when handling components. Ensure the metal of the wrist strap contacts your skin. 6. Place the system board assembly on an anti-static pad. 7.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Figure 7-3. Open the Latches 12. Align the processor being added over the next available slot so that the heat sink faces away from the system board for processors 1, 2, and 3, and towards the system board for processors 4, 5, and 6. 13.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Locations Figure 7-4. Insert the VRM 18. Re-install the system board assembly into the chassis (see Figure 7-5). Figure 7-5. Install the System Board Assembly.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 19. Reconnect cables and power cords to the NetServer. 20. Follow the procedure in Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer," for closing up the server. 21. Restore HP NetServer to normal operation. Setting the Processor Speed 1.
Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors Testing the Processor After you power on the HP NetServer, check boot messages to see whether or not the system detects the additional processor. If boot messages indicate that the additional processor has not been found, check the installation of the processor and the VRM and verify that the speed and cache size are correct.
8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Introduction This chapter describes how to mount the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U rack. If you have an older HP System rack, see Chapter 13, "Alternative Rack Mounting,"...
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U NOTE The pedestal HP NetServer LH 6000 cannot be rack-installed without a conversion kit. Contact your HP reseller for information about the HP NetServer LH 6000 to LH 6000r Conversion Kit.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Install components from the bottom up. Place the heaviest components on the bottom of the rack. Use HP Rack Assistant to plan the rack configuration and to check power, weight, and stability of the configured rack.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Reduced Airflow - As you mount equipment in the rack, make sure that you allow enough airflow for safe operation of the equipment. Observe the minimum clearance dimensions listed in Appendix A, "Specifications." Circuit Overloading - Make sure that the total configuration of equipment in the rack does not overload the supply circuit.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U HP NetServer Rack Mount Parts List Make sure that the rack-mount kit that accompanies the HP NetServer contains the following parts: Table 8-1. Parts for Rack Mount Kit Quantity Description Slides...
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Installing Bezel Rack Nuts Facing the front of the rack: 1. Install the bezel-latch rack nuts on the right front column (holes 11 and 15 up from the baseline). 2.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Installing Bar Nuts The "bar nut" is a two-hole metal bar used to secure the mounting flanges of the slide to the rack columns. All four mounting brackets on the slides attach behind the outside faces of the columns, using bar nuts.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Place bar nut behind outside face of column. Start two screws in bar nut but do not tighten. Figure 8-6. Attach Bar Nuts The slots in the mounting flange allow you to insert the flange in place behind the outside face but in front of the bar nut.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Insert the Mounting Flanges between each Column bar nut and tighten the screws. Mounting Flanges Figure 8-7. Positioning the Slides 1. Hold the slide so the slide members extend out the front of the rack. 2.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Insert Mounting Flange between bar nut and rear of column. Press slide tightly against column and tighten screws to hold slide in place. Figure 8-8. Securing Slide to the Rack Column Tighten both screws into the mounting flanges of each end of each slide.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Installing the NetServer The following steps require lifting the HP NetServer with the mounting handles and sliding the slide members through the handles to secure it to the slides installed in the rack.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U NOTE The slide members do not come apart and cannot be removed. 4. Remove power supplies and hard disk drives from the server to reduce the total weight to be lifted.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Rest the HP NetServer handles on the slides and then line up the mounting holes in the HP NetServer chassis with the screw holes in the slides (see Figure 8-11).
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Figure 8-12. Removing Mounting Handles Securing the HP NetServer to the Rack Complete the following steps to secure the HP NetServer to the rack and install the front bezel.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Top Cover Remove two Remove two screws securing screws securing the NetServer the NetServer to the rack. to the rack. Do not remove two screws securing the Do not remove bracket three screws...
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 5. Install two screws through the bezel latch into the rack nuts on the right column of the rack (see Figure 8-15). Bezel Latch Bezel Hinge Figure 8-15.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Figure 8-16. Installing the Bezel 7. Slide the anti-tip foot into the rack. 8. Return to the HP NetServer Rack Installation Road Map to complete the rack installation.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U Rear of NetServer Left Rear Rack Column Cable Management Arm Figure 8-17. Attaching the Cable Management Arm 3. Install the two 6-32 Torx T-15 screws in the two threaded holes on the rear of the NetServer.
Chapter 8 Installing the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U 10. Plug the HP NetServer’s power cables and all available data cables into the back of the HP NetServer. Refer to the HP NetServer LH 6000r Rack Assembly and Cabling Reference Guide for information about cable dressing and routing.
9 Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, and Mouse Connect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse cables to the appropriate connectors on the rear of the chassis. Serial Port Remote Management Port Parallel Port Mouse Port Keyboard Port Hot Plug PCI LEDs LAN Port Monitor Port Power Power...
10 Configuring the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter describes: Configuring the HP NetServer Installing the Network Operating System (NOS) NOTE The HP NetServer ships with NetRAID as the default. If you plan to configure mass storage as LVD SCSI, use Setup Utility to change the Configuration/Embedded LAN and SCSI Settings to Enable LVD SCSI prior to installing the NOS.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer NOTE The message "Configuration of NVRAM and drives mismatch" indicates that configuration information in the integrated HP NetRAID controller’s NVRAM differs from configuration information in hard disk drives. Do the following to clear configuration information from integrated HP NetRAID NVRAM: 1.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 3. If a power-on password has been set, provide it when prompted. 4. When the Setup Utility menu is first displayed, the Configuration menu is also displayed. (If the Configuration menu is not displayed, use the left arrow key to highlight Configuration on the Main menu.) The system time and system date are displayed.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Enable LVD SCSI indicates that LVD SCSI is enabled and HP NetRAID is disabled. This is the correct setting for non-RAID operation of the mass storage cages connected to SCSI A and B on the I/O board.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer to the Diskette Library and to reference materials to help plan the HP NetServer installation. To setup and configure the server, use Server Mode instead of Resource Mode. The Resource Mode of operation allows the user to access several key informational areas, such as: Creation of Driver Diskettes, NOS Installation Instructions, Configuration Advisories, Tested Product Lists, Server Registration and access to the HP Support Web page, if you have Internet access.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 7. Review "Diskette Library." You can review the current diskette library by title and version numbers and create diskette(s) that contain the necessary tools and drivers. 8. Review "Troubleshooting." Information is provided in a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer For status report, use the four-digit Document ID Number printed on the disk; for example, 7754. Document nnnn Number Figure 10-1. Location of Document Number on Navigator CD Using the Navigator CD-ROM on the NetServer – Server Mode 1.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 7. Select README File. Review the Table of Contents for pertinent topics. This file includes recent information that was not included in the printed documentation. HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM Main Menu The HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM Main Menu provides access to modules where you can perform configuration tasks or read online system documentation.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer For more information on the utilities, go to the Setup Utility section later in this chapter. Running Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant Insert the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. If the system fails to start, follow the instructions on the screen.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Automated NOS installation will guide you through the NOS installation, set up the hard disk drive, and configure your NOS with appropriate drivers for HP-bundled configurations. This installation also loads the Local Support Tool onto Windows NT or NetWare systems.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Select View Hardware Inventory on the Show System Information screen to display information about standard and accessory boards and devices in the system. Select View Resources on the Show System Information screen to display used and available system resources such as memory ranges, I/O port ranges, DMA channels, and interrupt (IRQ) levels.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Custom Configuration Only select Custom if you are experienced in NetServer configuration and have a preferred sequence of steps, or if you prefer to configure your system one component at a time. In Custom configuration mode, you perform the same configuration steps as provided in Express configuration mode, but these may be done in any order.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Replicate Configuration In Replicate configuration mode, you can save a copy of your current system configuration or load a previously saved configuration. This method saves time when configuring multiple, identical systems. Select Replicate on the Configuration Assistant menu.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer HP Management Solutions HP Management Solutions is a comprehensive suite of utilities, applications, and built-in features to manage multiple HP NetServers locally or from remote locations. If you are unfamiliar with these products or concepts: Go to the Management Web site on the HP Web Site at: http://netserver.hp.com/netserver/products/ management...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer TopTools is included with every NetServer L series HP NetServer and should be installed to help your service provider troubleshoot your system. TopTools is located on HP TopTools CD-ROM included with the system. See the HP NetServer Management Reference Guide for detailed installation instructions.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer PcANYWHERE32 pcANYWHERE32 is remote-control graphics-redirection software from Symantec Corporation that allows you to take control of Microsoft Windows NT Servers across the network or over a modem. Refer to the HP NetServer Documentation CD-ROM for details, or the HP TopTools Remote Control User Guide.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Setup Utility The HP NetServer has a Setup Utility (BIOS) in read-only memory. The utility features several system configuration and housekeeping options, including security and system console characteristics. The following sections tell how to access the Setup Utility, and how to perform selected tasks.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 0 Settings – Use this menu to set the maximum number of I 0 drives (4), the message timeout multiplier (1 to 1000), the pause interval during POST, or start the IRTOS (I 0 Real Time Operating System) manually.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Exit – Exit the Setup Utility by saving changes or exit without saving changes, which reverts to previous settings. When you exit, the HP NetServer reboots. Using the Setup Screens Online help explains the settings displayed on the Setup Utility screens. Instructions are also provided for navigating between the screens and entering or changing the setup data.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer The "System Time" field is highlighted by default when the "Configuration" menu is selected. This field actually consists of three sub-fields, enclosed in brackets [xx:xx:xx]: hours to the left (24-hour clock), minutes in the middle, and seconds to the right.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 2. Use the right-arrow or left-arrow key to select Security from the menu bar. As soon as it is selected, the following selections for the Security menu appear: Power-On Password Hardware Security NOTE The pointer indicates the presence of a submenu. 3.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 5. Enter the password (new or old) in the appropriate field and press Enter. The password is accepted and the next field just below it, "Re-Enter New Password: [ ]" or "Enter New Password: [ ]"...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer a password when booting from a hard drive. The power-switch and keyboard will remain locked until the password is typed. 13. To use the front panel keyboard lock button, use the arrow keys to move to the field: "Keyboard Lock [Disabled]"...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Changing Internal Device Boot Priority You can change the boot priority of the HP NetServer’s internal mass storage devices: the CD-ROM, the flexible disk drive (or other removable device), and hard drives connected to the HP NetServer’s internal SCSI ports. To do this: 1.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer A hard drive (HD) boot list similar to the one below appears on screen depending on the hard drives and bootable cards (DAC or SCSI controller boards) installed. The system attempts to boot the NOS on the first hard drive (or DAC or SCSI board) found in this list.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Clearing Configuration Settings from CMOS The Setup Utility does not provide a method of clearing the configuration settings from CMOS from within the Utility. To clear the CMOS of the configuration settings, you must use the configuration switch on the system board. 1.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 5. Shut down the operating system and power down the HP NetServer. Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators." 6. Set switch 5 from ON to OFF on the system board’s configuration switch. 7.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer NOTE If SCSI A and B on the I/O board are operating in RAID mode, the prompt to press CTRL+C is not displayed. To change to non-RAID mode, refer to "Start Setup Utility." If you wait too long to press the Ctrl+C keys, you may not be able to enter the Symbios Configuration utility, even though the message "Press Ctrl-C to start Symbios Configuration Utility..."...
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer 6. The Adapter Boot Order screen displays the two SCSI controllers and numbers representing their boot order in the following form: Boot Boot Order DevFunc Order DevFunc SYM53C896 SYM53C896 where m and n are the numbers 0 or 1 or a blank. The number in the m position indicates the boot order of the SCSI A controller, and the number in the n position indicates the boot order of the SCSI B controller.
Chapter 10 Configuring the HP NetServer Verify Disk Drive Modules As the HP NetServer restarts, watch the display monitor to determine whether all the drives you installed have been detected. NOTE Any SCSI devices controlled by the integrated HP NetRAID controller will NOT be displayed during the boot process.
11 Information Assistant Introduction The HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM includes Information Assistant, which contains the entire set of documentation for your HP NetServer. Information Assistant provides a quick and efficient method of locating information about installing, managing and servicing your HP NetServer. It has complete documentation on the HP NetServer and accessories, important information on your NOS, and reference information, such as functional descriptions and technical papers, to help you better understand your HP...
Chapter 11 Information Assistant General Information This menu button provides general information about the capabilities of the Information Assistant application. Specific topics are: About the HP NetServer Documentation CD-ROM Accessing Printable and Localized Files in Information Assistant Service and Support NetServer E-Series This menu button provides access to the individual NetServer E-Series products.
Chapter 11 Information Assistant Rack and Cabling Guides Power Supply Server Management This menu button provides access to various NetServer management products. Representative topics are: HP TopTools HP TopTools Remote Control HP NetServer Assistant HP OpenView Informational files about some of these products are provided as Adobe Acrobat PDF files.
Chapter 11 Information Assistant Select a topic from the Map. Displays a window with an outline of every module and topic in Information Assistant for the selected product. The Map enables you to view the contents of the Information Assistant in outline format, and to then select a topic. Search for a word or phrase using Search.
Chapter 11 Information Assistant You can also navigate between topics by using hot spots and by using the History button to revisit previously viewed topics. For example: Jump to other topics. Click on hot spots in graphics and text that link to other topics or to more information about the current topic.
Chapter 11 Information Assistant program. If you have previously installed this new version of HP NetServer Information Assistant on your system, it will automatically launch the program. If you have AUTORUN disabled or are installing this application on other versions of Windows, run the SETUP.EXE program in the INFOASST directory by performing the following steps: 1.
12 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Tools If you are having problems installing your HP NetServer, there are a number of different tools available for troubleshooting HP NetServer Information Assistant (see Chapter 11) contains the following tools: Troubleshooting Information Parts Information List of Error and Beep Error Messages WARNING Before removing the top cover, always disconnect the power cords and unplug telephone cables.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting More NetServer Utilities>>Diskette Library: Enables you to conveniently generate a flexible diskette for any utility available on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM. For example, you can create diskettes for the following utilities: BIOS Update, NOS Drivers, and DiagTools.
The following sections contain general procedures to help you locate installation problems. If you need assistance, it is recommended that you contact your reseller first. If you require assistance from Hewlett-Packard, see the HP NetServer Warranty and Service/Support Booklet or refer to the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM included with your product.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Mouse 1 hard disk drive and 1 flexible disk drive 1 CD-ROM d. Remove all third-party options, and reinstall each one, one at a time, checking the NetServer after each installation. e. Replace the top cover and reconnect the power cords and other cables. f.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting If the System Passes POST, but Does Not Function If an error message appears, read the error message text for actions to take. If the actions do not solve the problem, contact HP or your reseller. If there is no error message, follow these steps: 1.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting DiagTools does not use any tests that write over and destroy user data. The advanced series requires user inputs, and decisions are left to the advanced series. Use DiagTools to test the following components: system board processors memory modules hard disk packs flexible disks...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Error Messages If you get an error message, insert your HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and press the Reset button on the front of the NetServer. An Error Message Utility automatically displays the error message and a possible solution.
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Refer to Figure 12-1 and the Technical Reference Card inside the top cover. CPU Speed CPU Speed CPU Speed Clear Config Clear Password Not Used Figure 12-1. System Board Assembly and Configuration Switch 5. Move the configuration memory switch, switch 5 on the system board, to the "ON = CLEAR CONFIG"...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 12. Turn on power to the HP NetServer. The error message may be displayed: 0012-34 : Incorrect System Configuration 13. Press the [F2] function key and answer Yes to save the configuration, then exit the Setup utility. Password Problems If you have forgotten the password, your HP NetServer will function normally, but you will not be able to change the system configuration settings in the Setup...
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 8. Return switch 6 to the OFF position. 9. Follow the procedure in Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer," for closing up the server. 10. Reconnect power and cables. 11. Restore HP NetServer to normal operation. 12.
13 Alternative Rack Mounting Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Systems rack. Figure 13-1 shows the Systems rack. Column Inside Face Outside Face Handles NetServer Bezel Latch Bezel Rack Template Slide Slide Bezel Member Hinge...
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Rack-mounting Guidelines and Precautions Observe the following guidelines and safety precautions during the rack-mount installation. Extend the rack’s anti-tip foot prior to any work on the rack to prevent rack tip-over, equipment damage, and injury. WARNING Lower the leveler feet at the four corners of the rack to improve stability and prevent the rack from rolling away as...
Tools Required The following tools are required to install the HP NetServer: Small adjustable open-end wrench Torx T-15 and T-25 drivers Hewlett-Packard Systems Rack template Tape or a marker pen to mark mounting locations...
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Installing the Slides The following steps and illustrations describe how install slides for mounting a HP NetServer. Marking the Columns Mark the mounting location of the HP NetServer and mounting holes on each column of the rack as described (see Figure 13-2). NOTE The EIA unit marks are stamped in the sheet metal of the columns.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Use the template to measure, or count up The inside face 21 from baseline on inside is the one inside face for rear slide mounts. the rack (at 90 The slides degrees to you fasten when you behind open the...
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Install z-bracket rack nuts at holes Front right column: 9 and 13 up Install bezel latch from baseline. rack nuts at holes 11 and 15 up from baseline. Front left column: Install bezel hinge Template rack nuts at holes p/n 5064-5869 6 and 19 up...
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Place bar nut behind outside face of column. Start two screws in bar nut but do not tighten. Figure 13-4. Installing Bar Nuts 1. Hold the bar nut behind the outside face of the front column, at the slide screw holes marked earlier.
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting Note the removable mounting flange has been removed. Insert two screws through the front column and start the screws in a bar nut. Insert the slide in place behind Use hex nut the column face and lock washer but in front to fasten slide...
Chapter 13 Alternative Rack Mounting 6. Insert the threaded stud on the rear of the slide into the rear column-mounting hole marked earlier. 7. Secure the slide with a hex nut and lock washer saved earlier. 8. Repeat steps 1 through 6 and install the second slide in the rack. Completing the HP NetServer Installation Installing the HP NetServer on the slides and securing it to the rack completes the installation of the HP NetServer in the HP Systems rack.
A Specifications The specifications listed below vary if you install a mass storage device in your server that has more stringent environmental limits. Make sure that the operating environment for your server is suitable for all the mass storage devices that you are using.
Appendix A Specifications Environment Thermal Temperature Operating 5 to 35 C (41 to 95 F) Non-operating -40° to +65° C (-40° to +149° F) Humidity Operating 20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing Non-operating 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing Altitude Operating -30 to 3,045 m (~ 10,000 ft) Non-operating...
Appendix A Specifications Weight and Dimensions NOTE A fully loaded HP NetServer can weigh up to 173 lbs. (78.5 kgs). Follow local regulations, and use one person for every 40 pounds of HP NetServer weight when lifting it. HP NetServer LH 6000 Height 494.8 mm (19.5 in) Width...
B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance Your HP NetServer may fit into Class A or Class B configuration. Refer to the appropriate information below. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements have been established in many countries to regulate the radio frequency energy generated by Information Technology Equipment (ITE).
Hewlett-Packard’s system tests were conducted with HP-supported peripheral devices and HP shielded cables, such as those you receive with your computer. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Cables used with this device must be...
Appendix B Regulatory Information Notice for Canada (Industry Canada) For Products Labeled "Class A" This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Appendix B Regulatory Information For Products Labeled "VCCI Class 2" (Translation) This equipment is in the 2nd Class category information technology equipment based on the rules of Voluntary Control Council For Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). When used in a residential area, radio interference may be caused.
FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Supplementary Information: 1) The product was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard peripherals. 2) Models were configured with a network interface board and shielded twisted-pair data cable. 3) The product complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: ì...
Appendix B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices – Product Safety The following information applies only to HP NetServers with factory-installed components. CD-ROM and Laser Safety Statements The following information applies only to HP NetServers with factory-installed drives. CD-ROM Electrical Safety Statement - United States WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
Appendix B Regulatory Information Laser Safety - Finland LASERTURVALLISUUS LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT LH 6000 - verkkopalvelimeen voidaan asentaa lisävarusteena laitteensisainen CD-ROM-lukulaite, joka on laserlaite. Kyseinen CD-ROM-lukulaite on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1 laserlaite. Normaalissa käytössä lukulaitteen suojakotelo estää laseräteen pääsyn laiteen ulkopuolelle.
Appendix B Regulatory Information This CD-ROM Drive Unit is classified as a CLASS 1 CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. LASER PRODUCT The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the LASSER top of the drive. KLASSE 1 PRODUKT Bei diesem CD-ROM-Laufwerk CDU56S handelt es sich um ein Laser-Produkt der Klasse 1.
Appendix B Regulatory Information Power Line Harmonic Statement This statement applies to all models of the HP NetServer LH 6000. Power Line Harmonic (Japan) (Translation) This product conforms to the Power Line Harmonics guideline. Noise and Ergonomic Statement Noise Declaration and Ergonomic Statement - Germany Sound Pressure: LpA <...
D Warranty and Software License Warranty See the HP NetServer Warranty and Service/Support Booklet included with your product for all warranty and service/support information. HP Software Product License Agreement ATTENTION: USE OF THE SOFTWARE IS SUBJECT TO THE HP SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS SET FORTH BELOW. USING THE SOFTWARE INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE LICENSE TERMS.
Appendix D Warranty and Software License If your Computer was shipped with a Recovery CD, (i) the Recovery CD and/or Support Utility software may be used only for restoring the hard disk of the HP computer system with which the Recovery CD originally was provided, and (ii) if separate EULA(s) are included with your Computer for any other MS products which are included on the Recovery CD, those MS products are subject to the terms of their respective EULA(s).
Index clearing, 126 Common Installation Problems, 139 Configuration 2D video resolution, 157 custom, 112 duplex bus, 43 Express, 109 3D video resolution, 157 primary drive, 40, 41 Replicate, 113 secondary drive, 42 Adapter boot order, 129 Configuration Assistant Alternative Rack Mounting, 147 custom configuration, 108 express configuration, 108 replicate configuration, 108...
Index NetRAID, 51 installing, 44 Disk drives NetRAID, 51 verifying, 130 removing, 48 drive spacer, 45 HP Management Solutions, 114 HP Navigator, 107 HP NetRAID, 103 HP NetRAID Express Tools, 102 Embedded LAN and SCSI Settings, 103 Clear Configuration, 102 Error message, 101, 102, 127 Configure menu, 102 Error Messages, 143...
Index Integrated HP NetRAID, 51 PCI Hot Plug Help, 67 Integrated HP NetRAID Controller Power button Configuration Guide, 7, 51 protective cover, 11 IRQ Settings, 61 Power Requirements, 159 Power Supply Status, 25 LEDs, 25 Power Switch, 13 Keyboard Lock, 13 power-down procedure, 27 power-up procedure, 26 Processor...
Index changing system date and time, 119 change system date, 119 changing the boot priority of internal change time, 119 devices, 124 Configuration Assistant, 108 clearing CMOS, 126 DiagTools, 116 making selections, 119 event log report, 116 menu bar, 117 hard drive formatting, 109 setting boot password, 120 HP NetServer Assistant, 116...