HP LC2000r - NetServer - 128 MB RAM Handbook

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HP NetServer Product Line
Service Reference Guide
Volume 2
Mid-Range
Version 2
Last Updated: June 2001

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    HP NetServer Product Line Service Reference Guide Volume 2 Mid-Range Version 2 Last Updated: June 2001...

  • Page 2: Audience Assumptions

    Hewlett-Packard assumes no responsibility for the use or reliability of its software on equipment that is not furnished by Hewlett-Packard.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents HP NetServer LC System Views Front Bezel and Cover System Board System Board Connectors, Switches, and Jumpers System Board Connector J7 SW1 Switch and Default Settings Processor Boards Intel 486 Processor Board with Optional 256 KB Cache Pentium™...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Memory Processor Board LED Blink Codes Boot Device Priority Cabling Configurations Configuring Switch Settings on the Hot Swap Subsystem Hot Swap Subsystem SCSI Address Settings Exploded Views Parts List Mass Storage Cables Keyboards Power Cords Specifications HP NetServer LE System Views Installation View Exploded View HP NetServer LE Parts List...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    HP NetServer LH Plus Parts List HP NetServer LH Plus Mass Storage Cables HP NetServer LH Pro Exploded Views HP NetServer LH Pro Replaceable Parts List HP NetServer LH Pro Mass Storage Cables HP NetServer LH Keyboards HP NetServer LH Power Cords HP NetServer LH System Board and Connectors HP NetServer LH System Board Connectors, Switches, and Jumpers HP NetServer LH Plus/Pro System Board and Connectors...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive LED Status and Activity Indicators System Board System Switches Cabling Cables and Part Numbers Specifications HP NetServer LM System Views Exploded View Parts List HP NetServer LM Keyboards HP NetServer LM Power Cords System Board System Board Jumper Locations System Board Jumper Settings Memory Video Memory - DRAM...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Control Panel Connector J1 Mass Storage Indicator Lights Cover Exploded Views Parts List Keyboards Power Cords Mass Storage Cables System Board System Board Connectors System Switches and Jumpers Memory Configuration Video Memory - DRAM Boot Device Priority Cabling Configuring Switch Settings on the Hot Swap Subsystem Hot Swap Subsystem SCSI Address Settings Specifications Notes...

  • Page 9: Hp Netserver Lc, System Views

    HP NetServer LC System Views Control Panel Line Voltage Selection Switch Power Cable Clamp Keyboard Mouse Serial Port B Serial Port A Video Parallel Port SCSI External Port PCI Slot 6 PCI or EISA/ISA Slot 5 EISA/ISA Slot 1...

  • Page 10: Front Bezel And Cover, System Board

    Front Bezel and Cover Bezel handles System Board Keyboard Mouse Serial port B IO Panel Serial port A Connectors Parallel port LPT1 Side view Monitor External SCSI port...

  • Page 11: System Board Connectors, Switches, And Jumpers

    Control panel cable connector Power P1 & P2 Battery connector Power Adapter Power Supply On (HP Remote Assistant) Flexible disk drive cable connector IDE disk drive cable connector Internal SCSI connector Pin 1 Power P3 & P4 Mounting pin Main fan connector SW1 system board switches Slot 3 - PCI...

  • Page 12: System Board Connector J7, Sw1 Switch And Default Settings

    System Board Connector J7 This connector is used by the HP Remote Assistant Accessory -- a 32-bit EISA Bus Master board used to remotely monitor server functionality. For additional information on this product, see the documentation that comes with it. When you install the HP Remote Assistant cable, you will need to remove the jumper on PS REMOTE and PS ON.

  • Page 13: Processor Boards, Intel 486 Processor Board With Optional 256 Kb Cache, Pentiumâ„¢ Processor Board

    PASSWORD ENABLE: Enables or erases the power-on password maintained in NVRAM. ON: Power-on password functional. OFF: Erases the current power-on password. SMI# ENABLE: Not used - leave in default position OFF: Prevents SMI interrupt. IO CTRL ENABLE: Enables or disables onboard flexible disk drive controller, IDE controller, and serial and parallel ports.

  • Page 14: Pentiumâ„¢ Processor Board, Memory

    Jumper Setting (Not on 66 Board) /100, /133 /75 75/100 Bank 0/1 Bank 2/3 Bank 4/5 5/100, 5/133, 5/166 Pentium™ Processor Board Before installing this board, verify that jumper setting J1 is set to VRE and jumper setting J2 is set to the correct speed for your chip as shown in the illustration below.

  • Page 15: Video Memory - Dram, Flexible Disk Drive Guidelines

    You must install SIMMs in pairs (called banks) of matching size; however, the banks can be of different sizes. To achieve large memory configurations (greater than 144 MB) with the Pentium processor, you must remove and replace the SIMMs that are already installed in the server. If you obtain SIMMs from other sources, for 16 MB and 32 MB SIMMs, the speed must be 60 or 70 ns.

  • Page 16: Exploded View, Parts List

    Exploded View Parts List Description Replacement Exchange Front bezel 5063-5617 535 MB SCSI HDD D2075-60003 D2075-69001 540 MB SCSI HDD D2386-63001 D2386-69001 1 GB SCSI HDD D2076-63102 D2076-69002 2.1 GB HDD D2077-63100 D2077-69001 1.44 MB 3.5" Flexible disk drive D2035-63004 Mass storage cage 5063-0397...

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    Description Replacement Exchange Chassis with door, fan, mass storage cage 5064-0744 Control Panel PCA 5063-5607 Battery (4.5 volt alkaline) 1420-0502 Power supply (200w) 5063-5689 3160-0860 System Board -- no ROM D3310-63006 D3310-69006 System ROM 486 D3310-80201 System ROM P/66 D3314-80201 System ROM P5/75, 100, 133 ROM D3594-80205 CPU Board Pentium 486/66 board -- no processor,...

  • Page 18: Keyboards, Power Cords

    Description Replacement Exchange DeskDirect NIC J2973-61001 HP Navigator CD-ROM D3600A ** NS Server Saver Test Disk 5010-8878 Diagnostic Assistant Diskette 5063-8343 ** * This part is not on an exploded view. * * This part number is constantly revised. When you order the CD-ROM, you will be sent the latest revision. Keyboards Language HP Part Number...

  • Page 19: Specifications

    Specifications Power Supply 100 to 127 VAC ~ 6.0 A or 200 to 240 Volts AC ~ 3.14 A at 50 to 60 Hertz Power Availability 224 watts peak, 200 watts continuous Power Consumption 301/351 watts peak with 110-volt line maximum voltage 291/337 watts peak with 220-volt line maximum voltage System Dimensions 16.7 in.

  • Page 21: Hp Netserver Lc 3, System Views, Front Control Panel

    HP NetServer LC 3 System Views Power Switch Keyboard Lock Serial Port B Serial Port A Parallel Port Mouse Port Keyboard Port Lock Monitor Flexible Management Port Disk Drive EIDE CD-ROM Shelf 3 Power Hot Swap Drive Bay Hot Swap Drive Bay Lock Front Control Panel Power Switch Turns the NetServer on and off.

  • Page 22: Covers

    Covers CAUTION The covers are an integral part of the server. The server must be operated with the covers in place to ensure proper airflow for continued reliability and to maintain compliance with radio frequency interference and safety standards. Front Bezel Cover Pocket...

  • Page 23: Memory

    Memory There are four DIMM sockets on the system board for memory expansion Follow these simple rules when you plan to install additional memory DIMMs: Use only HP DIMMs listed on the Technical Reference Label located inside the HP NetServer top cover, in Information Assistant, or in Order Assistant.

  • Page 24: Video Memory, Boot Device Priority

    Video Memory Expand video memory by installing two 256 K x 16 (512 KB), 70 Ns, 40-pin SOJ package DRAM ICs. CAUTION Install the chip in the correct orientation. Failure to do so will destroy the DRAM.. Video Slots Boot Device Priority The boot device priority is controlled by the Boot Device Ordering submenu of the Configuration menu of the Setup utility.

  • Page 25: Dimm Slot Led Blink Codes, Processor Error Codes, Dimm Status Error Codes

    DIMM Slot LED Blink Codes System Board LED 0 LED 1 LED 2 LED 3 Processor Error Codes Processor errors are indicated by blinking patterns of the DIMM slot LEDs that alternate at 1 Hz, as listed below: Processor Error Status Indications ²...

  • Page 26: Exploded Views

    Exploded Views...

  • Page 29: Parts List

    Parts List Description Replacement Exchange Chassis Assembly Not orderable Top Cover 5064-1987 Side Cover 5064-1986 Cage Assy, Hot-Swap Mass Storage 5063-5671 Light Pipe 5041-1099 Backplane PCA, Hot-Swap Cage D3604-63003 Hot Swap Cage Bezel 5042-2108 Hot Swap Cage Bezel lock 5064-3503 tray, Hot Swap, D3349B D3583-69004...

  • Page 30: Power Cords, Keyboards

    Control Panel PCA 5064-1979 Front Bezel Assy. 5064-1961 Pedestal 5041-5339 Cable, Non-Hot-Swap SCSI (Wide) 5183-2182 Cable, IDE CD-ROM Drive 5183-2411 Cable, Floppy Disk Drive 5183-2410 Cable, Hot-Swap SCSI (Wide) 5183-2484 Cable, Array SCSI (Wide) 5183-3488 Cable, I 5182-6730 Cable, Serial Management 5064-1957 Network Adapter PCA, 100BaseT D5013-63002...

  • Page 31: Mass Storage Cables, Hot-swap Hard Disk Drive Led Status And Activity Indicators

    Denmark 8120-2956 Switzerland 8120-2104 Europe 8120-1689 United Kingdom 8120-1351 Mass Storage Cables Cabling Label Location Description Part Number System backplane SCSI 5-connector, wide (68-pin) SCSI 5183-2412 connector to upper-shelf SCSI cable w/built-in terminator devices System backplane IDE 3-connector IDE cable 5183-2411 connector to IDE devices (CD- ROM or other)

  • Page 32: System Board, System Switches

    System Board Secondary Processor Socket (Terminator Installed Secondary In Dual-Ready * Processor VRM Socket Retaining Configurations) * J20: N/C Latches System Configuration Primary Switches Processor Primary VRM * J17: N/C * J25: 100 MHz Diagnostic LEDs Battery * J26: N/C Memory DIMM Video Memory Sockets...

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    Specifications Operating Temperature 5 to 35 C (41 to 95 F) Non-operating Temperature -40° to +70° C (-40° to +158° F) Operating Humidity 20% to 80% relative humidity (noncondensing) Non-operating Humidity 90% relative humidity (noncondensing) Operating Altitude 3,045 m (10,000 ft) Non-operating Altitude 12,180 m (40,000 ft) Height...

  • Page 35: Hp Netserver Ld Pro, System Views

    HP NetServer LD Pro System Views Flexible Disk Control CD-ROM Panel Hot Swap Subsystem Keyboard, mouse, serial, and display connectors External SCSI port connectors...

  • Page 36: Control Panel, Cover

    Control Panel H ard D is k A c ti vity L i g h t Ye ll o w = E m b e d d ed S C SI o r ID E b u s a c t ive K ey b o ar d L o c k L ig h t Yel lo w = k ey b o ar d Po w er -On L i g h t...

  • Page 37: System Board And Connectors

    System Board and Connectors Power Supply Enable Connector PS1/P1 PS4/P4 PS2/P2 Control Panel HP Remote Assistant Flexible Connector Connector PS3/P3 Disk Connector IDE Disk Drive Cable Connector Battery Connectors Power Supply Cable Connectors I/O Panel Connectors Trident 9000i Processor Board 3v Pwr Module Connector SW1 Default Settings:...

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    System Board Connectors, Switches, and Jumpers The table below explains the system board markings for all connectors. Connector Number IDE disk drive cable Keyboard Serial (2) Video J11— J14 PCI slots J6— J7 EISA/ISA slots J34, J35 Fans A, B Power supply on A PS1: J19 PS2: J19 Power supply...

  • Page 39: System Switches And Jumper Descriptions

    System Switches and Jumper Descriptions Remote Assistant Connector J25 This connector is used by the HP Remote Assistant Accessory, a 32-bit EISA Bus Master board used to remotely monitor server functionality. For additional information on this product, see the documentation that comes with it.

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    Switch Function Default CONFIG VALID: Saves or erases the current configuration information in NVRAM and CMOS. ON: Saves the current configuration. OFF: Erases the current system configuration. CONFIG UNLOCK: Prevents or allows the current system configuration maintained in NVRAM and CMOS to be changed. ON: Unlocked.

  • Page 41: Processor Board Led Blink Codes

    Processor Board LED Blink Codes The processor board in the NetServer LD Pro contains LEDs that can indicate memory errors and processor errors. When a memory error exists, the LEDs are either on, off, or flash repeatedly a constant memory error code.

  • Page 42: Boot Device Priority

    LED Processor Error Codes Alternating LED Codes: LED LED LED LED Definition Action ON-OFF-OFF-ON & Processor chip Check fans for function. Wait for system to OFF-ON-ON-OFF overtemperature cool down (20-25 minutes) and press the Reset button OFF-OFF-ON-ON & Primary processor chip Install processor chip in primary socket ON-ON-OFF-OFF (processor #1) not installed...

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    If you have a system with a mixture of PCI and ISA or EISA boards perform the following: 1. Install the PCI controller board in slot 9. 2. Go to the EISA Configuration Utility. 3. Select "Step 3: View or edit details." 4.

  • Page 44: Cabling Configurations

    NOTE In order to optimize PCI board BIOS installation, you need to leave the largest open range of memory possible. Group the EISA and ISA board BIOSs at either the beginning or end of the 0C8000h through 0DFFFFh range. Cabling Configurations Duplex, Non-Disk Array Model with Internal Controller This is a standard mass storage configuration as shipped from HP.

  • Page 45: Configuring Switch Settings On The Hot Swap Subsystem

    Duplex Disk Array Configuration with Dual Channel PCI Controller Board This is one of several possible optional mass storage configurations. You are not limited to the configurations shown on this CD-ROM; this is only given as an example. Flexible Disk Drive SCSI Terminator built into cable...

  • Page 46: Hot Swap Subsystem Scsi Address Settings

    Technical Information Label with configuration information Always set switches 1, 2 and 6 to Off. Switch Function Settings C Bus Setting Always set to Off C Bus Setting Always set to Off High/Low Addresses Sets drives to upper eight SCSI addresses. Sets SCSI addresses for upper or lower eight Sets drives to lower eight SCSI addresses.

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    Shelf 1 = ID 9 Shelf 2 = ID 10 Shelf 3 = ID 11 Shelf 1 = ID 9 Shelf 2 = ID 8 Shelf 3 = ID 11 Exploded Views...

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    Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove processor board and any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

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    Description Replacement Exchange Pentium P6 180 Processor Chip 1821-3450 Pentium P6 200 Processor Chip 1821-3449 Dual Pentium Pro/200 processor board upgrade kit D4959A Heat Sink 5182-9378 Heat Sink Clip 5182-9344 16 MB - DIMM D4294-63001 D4294-69001 32 MB - DIMM D4295-63001 D4295-69001 64 MB - DIMM...

  • Page 51

    C cable, system board to 3-pin I C cable 5182-4535 hot-swap backplane Keyboards Language HP Part Number Language HP Part Number D4950-63001 Danish D4950-63016 Arab/French D4950-63025 Fr-Canadian D4950-63002 Portuguese D4950-63027 German D4950-63003 Cyrillic D4950-63030 Spanish D4950-63004 Belgian/Flemish D4950-63014 French D4950-63005 Italian D4950-63017 Norwegian...

  • Page 52

    Server Footprint 369 x 474.71 mm (14.53 x 18.89 in) System Weight 50-70lb (22.7-31.8kg), depending on configuration Keyboard Height 3.4 cm (1.4 in) Width 46.8 cm (18.4 in) Depth 19.8 cm (7.8 in) Weight 1.9 kilograms (4.2 lb.) Cable Length Keyboard cable 3 m (9.9 ft) Ventilated Clearance...

  • Page 53: Hp Netserver Le, System Views

    HP NetServer LE System Views Control Panel Detail Reset Desktop Position: Lock 5 4 3 2 1 SERIAL B SER IAL A SC SI SERIAL B SERIAL A SCSI Mouse Video Parallel Keyboard...

  • Page 54: Installation View

    Installation View...

  • Page 55: Hp Netserver Le Parts List, Exploded View

    Exploded View HP NetServer LE Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove RTC module, any video DRAM chips, memory modules, processor board, any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

  • Page 56: Hp Netserver Le Keyboards

    Item Description Exchange Replacement 4 MB SIMM 80 ns 1x4 MB module D2156-69001 D2156-63001 8 MB SIMM 80 ns 1x8 MB module D2152-69001 D2152-63001 16 MB SIMM 70 ns 1x16 MB module D2297-69001 D2297-63001 32 MB SIMM 70 ns 1x32 MB module D2298-69001 D2298-63001 3.5"...

  • Page 57: Hp Netserver Le Power Cords, System Board And Connectors

    Spanish C1405-60304 Korea/Hangul C1405-60321 French C1405-60305 Taiwan C1405-60323 Norway C1405-60309 Arab/French C1405-60325 Swiss C1405-60311 Portuguese C1405-60327 Swedish C1405-60312 Cyrillic C1405-60330 C1405-60313 Japan/Kanji C1414-60001 HP NetServer LE Power Cords Country HP Part Number Country HP Part Number Australia/New Zealand 8120-1369 India/South Africa 8120-4211 Canada/United States 8120-1751...

  • Page 58: System Board Jumpers And Switches, Processors

    System Board Jumpers and Switches The following table explains all connector points, sockets, and switches on the system board. Num. Purpose Num. Purpose Keyboard Mouse Connector Video Connector External SCSI connector Serial A Serial B Parallel J8-J12 Accessory Boards Slots Optional Battery Internal SCSI Connector Power Connector...

  • Page 59: Memory Configuration, Video Memory - Dram, Hp Netserver Le System Updates

    Memory Configuration You can install any HP supported 4 MB, 8 MB, 16 MB, and 32 MB SIMMs in any socket and any arrangement. Video Memory - DRAM Install two additional DRAM chips to upgrade the server to 512 KB of RAM which lets the display use resolutions of 640x480 with 256 colors and 800x600 with 256 colors.

  • Page 60

    2. Make a backup copy of your current CONFIG.SYS file by entering; COPY CONFIG.SYS CONFIG.BAK 3. Copy the SET640K.SYS file from NetServer #2 diskette to NetServer #1 diskette by entering; COPY B:SET640K.SYS A:\ (If you do not have a second flexible disk drive, DOS treats drive A as both drive A and drive B and prompts you to insert disks.) 4.

  • Page 61: Hp Netserver Lf, System Views

    HP NetServer LF System Views Control panel Mass storage shelf 1 (flexible disk drive) Mass storage shelf 9 Keyboard Mouse Serial port B Serial port A Parallel port LPT1 Monitor External SCSI port Slot 9 - PCI Slot 8 - PCI Slot 7 - EISA/ISA Cover screws (5) Slot 1 - EISA/ISA...

  • Page 62: Cover

    Control Panel Hard disk activity lights Reset button Keyboard lock light Power-on light Keyboard lock Power button Reset button Power button Turns the server on and off. Note that when the server is turned off, the power to the internal circuitry and mass storage devices is disabled; however, AC power is still applied to the power supply.

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    Exploded Views...

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    Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove the ROM chip, processor board, any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

  • Page 66

    Description Replacement Exchange Internal IDE-HDD Cable 5182-0016 LF SCSI Cable 5182-0066 LF SCSI terminator (Slick) 0960-0888 Diagnostic Assistant Diskette 5011-1941 * Not on exploded view ** Directly replaces 486/66 Processor Board in later model systems. For earlier systems (Serial No. xxxxS8xxxx or xxxxS0xxxx) use this board, plus 256 KB cache (0960-0899), plus bracket (5002-3243) Keyboards Language...

  • Page 67

    Processor Boards New 486/66 Processor Board CPU TYPE Cache module installation DX2 / DX4 DX2D Bank 0 Bank 1/2 Bank 3/4 CPU VOLTAGE MULTI J4, J5 are in these positions for SELECT TRIPLE both DX2/66 and DX4/100 CPU's DOUBLE DX2/66 DX4/100 Old 486/66 Processor Board Bank 3/4...

  • Page 68: Connectors, System Board Connector J6

    Flexible disk drive Power Supply Control panel cable On connector cable connector connector Battery connector IDE disk drive cable connector Remote power supply connector Power supply cable connectors I/O panel connectors SW1 switch External SCSI connector Slot 9 - PCI Processor board slot Fan Connector Slot 7 - EISA/ISA...

  • Page 69: Sw1 Switch And Default Settings

    3.3V PS REMOTE PS ON SW1 Switch and Default Settings FLASH WRITE ENABLE BOOT LOCK DISABLE CONFIG VALID CONFIG UNLOCK PASSWORD ENABLE SMI# ENABLE IO CTRL ENABLE VIDEO ENABLE Switch Function Default FLASH WRITE ENABLE: Enables or disables one of the two levels of flash ROM write protection (the other level of protection is controlled by the HP Update Utility).

  • Page 70

    Memory Memory for the HP NetServer LF is installed on the processor board. The Intel 486 processor board has 8 MB of single-density base memory installed in bank 0. This memory is not customer removable and can only be single-density. There are two banks (four sockets) available for expansion memory which can be single or double density.

  • Page 71: Hp Netserver Lh, System Views

    HP NetServer LH System Views Flexible Disk Control CD-ROM Panel Hot Swap Subsystem Keyboard, mouse, serial, and display connectors SCSI port connectors HP NetServer LH Pro...

  • Page 72

    Keyboard, Mouse, Keyboard, Mouse, serial, and display serial, and display connectors connectors SCSI port SCSI port connectors connectors HP NetServer LH HP NetServer LH Plus...

  • Page 73

    Control Panel H a r d D i s k A c t i vi t y L ig h t 2 H a r d D is k A c ti vi t y L ig h t 1 Ye l l o w = E m b e d d e d S C S I B Ye l l o w = E m b e d d e d S C S I A b u s a c t i v e...

  • Page 74

    Cover CAUTION The cover is an integral part of the server. The server must be operated with the cover in place to ensure proper airflow for continued reliability and to maintain compliance with radio frequency interference and safety standards.

  • Page 75: Hp Netserver Lh Exploded Views

    HP NetServer LH Exploded Views TO DISK ARRAY...

  • Page 77: Hp Netserver Lh Parts List

    HP NetServer LH Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove processor board and any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

  • Page 78

    Fig # Description Replacement Exchange Bracket-CPU Mount 5002-3243 HP DAC Controller Board PCI Hold Down Bracket 5002-3279 LH Control Panel Bezel 5063-0381 LH Control Panel PCA 5063-0382 Cardguide Assembly 5063-5697 Fan Assembly 3160-1004 Chassis Foot 5041-1082 Power Supply - 350W 5063-5690 LH System ROM D3353-80204...

  • Page 79: Hp Netserver Lh Plus Exploded Views

    HP NetServer LH Plus Exploded Views...

  • Page 81: Hp Netserver Lh Plus Parts List

    HP NetServer LH Plus Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove processor board and any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

  • Page 82: Hp Netserver Lh Plus Mass Storage Cables

    Description Replacement Exchange Processor Heat Sink/clip 1205-0832 PCI Hold Down Bracket 5063-3279 16 MB - DIMM D4294-63001 D4294-69001 32 MB - DIMM D4295-63001 D4295-69001 64 MB - DIMM D4296-63001 D4296-69001 128 MB -DIMM D4297-63001 D4297-69001 Rear Fan Cage 5064-0701 Power Supply - 350W 5063-8369 Control Panel Bezel 5063-8380...

  • Page 83: Hp Netserver Lh Pro Exploded Views

    Intl narrow (50-pin) to wide Fast/wide SCSI adapter (50 5182-4550 (68-pin) adapter pin to 68 pin) C cable, system board to hot- 3-pin I C cable 5182-4535 swap backplane HP NetServer LH Pro Exploded Views...

  • Page 84: Hp Netserver Lh Pro Replaceable Parts List

    HP NetServer LH Pro Replaceable Parts List...

  • Page 85

    NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove processor board and any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

  • Page 86: Hp Netserver Lh Pro Mass Storage Cables

    Description Replacement Exchange 32 MB - DIMM D4295-63001 D4295-69001 64 MB - DIMM D4296-63001 D4296-69001 128 MB -DIMM D4297-63001 D4297-69001 Rear Fan Cage 5064-0701 Power Supply - 410W 5063-8367 (upper or lower location) Control Panel Bezel 5063-8380 Control Panel PCA 5063-0382 Card guide Assembly 5063-5697...

  • Page 87: Hp Netserver Lh Keyboards, Hp Netserver Lh Power Cords

    HP NetServer LH Keyboards Language HP Part Number Language HP Part Number C1405-60301 Danish C1405-60316 Arab/French C1405-60325 Fr-Canada C1405-60302 Portuguese C1405-60327 German C1405-60303 Cyrillic C1405-60330 Spanish C1405-60304 Japan/Kanji C1414-60001 French C1405-60305 Italian C1405-60317 Norway C1405-60309 Arab/English C1405-60320 Swiss C1405-60311 Korea/Hangu C1405-60321 Swedish C1405-60312...

  • Page 88: Hp Netserver Lh System Board Connectors, Switches, And Jumpers

    Power Supply Control Panel HP Remote Assistant Flexible Enable Connector Connector Connector Disk Connector IDE Disk Drive Cable Connector Battery Connectors Power Supply Cable Connectors II/O Panel Connectors Flash Rom Trident 90007 Processor Board Connector SW1 Default Settings: Temperature Sensor Flash Write Enable Boot Lock Disable Config Valid...

  • Page 89: Hp Netserver Lh Plus / Lh Pro System Board Connectors

    Keyboard Mouse IO Panel Serial port B Connectors Serial port A Side view Parallel port LPT1 Monitor Power Supply Enable Connector PS1/P1 PS4/P4 PS2/P2 Control Panel HP Remote Assistant Flexible PS3/P3 Connector Connector Disk Connector IDE Disk Drive Cable Connector Battery Connectors Power Supply...

  • Page 90

    Power supply on A Remote Assistant Power supply PS1-J19, PS2-J19 SCSI A (IN=FAST) PS3-J20, P4-J122 Color/Monochrome PS4-J17 Power supply on B -3v Power Module System Switches Processor board System ROM SCSI B (IN=FAST) System Switches and Jumper Descriptions Remote Assistant Connector - J22 (LH) and J25 (LH Plus/LH Pro) This connector is used by the HP Remote Assistant Accessory, a 32-bit EISA Bus Master board used to remotely monitor server functionality.

  • Page 91

    System Board Switch SW1 SW1 Default Settings: Flash W rite Enable Boot Lock Disable Config Valid Config Unlock Password Enable NMI LOG Enable IO Control Enable Video Enable LH Plus / LH Pro Flash Write Enable Boot Lock Disable Config Valid Config Unlock Password Enable SMI # Enable...

  • Page 92: Hp Netserver Lh Memory Configuration, Hp Netserver Lh Plus/pro Memory Configuration

    Switch Function Default IO CTRL ENABLE: Enables or disables onboard flexible disk drive controller, IDE controller, and serial and parallel ports. ON: I/O controller enabled. OFF: I/O controller disabled. VIDEO ENABLE: Enables or disables built-in video. Disable the built-in video only if you have a separate video board installed in the server. ON: Enables built-in video.

  • Page 93

    On = Steady green Flash = Regular, slow flash (1 Hz) Blink = Regular, fast flash Double-blink = Irregular, double-flash The diagnostic LEDs are located on the the processor board, are labeled DIMM 0 through 3, and correspond to DIMM sockets 0 through 3. The LEDs are visible from either side of the board, and can also be viewed through the NetServer's rear panel cooling perforations.

  • Page 94

    Reset button OFF-OFF-ON-ON & Primary processor chip Install processor chip in primary socket ON-ON-OFF-OFF (processor #1) not installed ON-OFF-OFF-OFF & Primary Voltage Regulator Replace primary OFF-ON-ON-ON Module fault Voltage Regulator Module OFF-ON-OFF-OFF & Secondary Voltage Regulator Replace secondary Voltage Regulator ON-OFF-ON-ON Module fault Module...

  • Page 95

    Duplex, non-disk array model with internal controller (standard model) Flexible Disk Drive External terminator built into cable CD-ROM SCSI or IDE Device System Board Internal terminator built into board SCSI B SCSI A Hot Swap Subsystem Default Switch Settings These are the default SCSI address settings for this model. SCSI ID 2 is reserved for an added DAT (Digital Audio Tape) drive that UPPER CAGE...

  • Page 96

    Non-duplex, disk array model with PCI controller board (standard model) or EISA controller board Flexible Disk Drive External terminator built into cable CD-ROM SCSI or IDE Device System Board Internal terminator built into PCI/EISA Board board SCSI B SCSI A Hot Swap Subsystem This cable must be routed through the rear...

  • Page 97

    Configuring Switch Settings on the Hot Swap Subsystem Switch setting combinations are given in the table below. UPPER CAGE LOWER CAGE Switch Function Settings C Bus Setting Always set to Off C Bus Setting Always set to Off High/Low Addresses Always set to Off SCSI Address Zero On: Sets middle shelf in the cage (shelf 2 or shelf 5) to...

  • Page 98

    Hot Swap Subsystem SCSI Address Settings Switches 4 and 6 determine the SCSI address setting for each shelf in the hot swap subsystem. The following table describes the settings and the resulting shelf SCSI address. NOTE For information on changing the SCSI address setting on the CD-ROM drive, see the Technical Information Label on the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 99: System Views, Front Control Panel

    HP NetServer LH 3 and LH 3r System Views Front Control Panel Control Description Lock (LH 3 only) Locks system to prevent unauthorized use. DC Power Switchand indicator light Turns the NetServer on and off. This switch is behind the protective door on the front panel. Push once to turn on, again to turn off.

  • Page 100

    Control Description Resets the NetServer from internal ROM. This switch is behind the protective RESET door on the front panel. Keyboard lockand indicator light Locks system keyboard to prevent unauthorized use. Status screen Reports various types of system status. The buttons below the screen control these menu functions Return to a previous selection.

  • Page 101: Rear View, Covers (lh 3r)

    Rear View Remote Management Port Serial B Port Serial A Port Parallel Port Mouse Port Keyboard Port Monitor Port Power Supplies Power Connector Covers (LH 3) Cover 3 Cover 1 Cover 2 Cover 2 Cover 3 Cover 1 Covers (LH 3r) Cover 1 Cover 2 Cover 3...

  • Page 102

    Memory There are four DIMM sockets on the system board for memory expansion. You can use 64 MB, 128 MB, and 256 MB DIMMs for a maximum capacity of 1 GB of RAM. The minimum memory configuration for the NetServer LH 3/LH 3r is one 128 MB DIMM. The system board DIMM sockets are numbered from 0 to 3.

  • Page 103: Dimm Status Error Codes, Dimm Slot Led Blink Codes

    DIMM Slot LED Blink Codes LED Error Codes Error Condition Corrective Action = LED on = LED off Alternating Blink Code: LED LED LED LED Check that primary voltage regulator module Primary VRM Failure (VRM) is correctly seated. If problem persists, replace VRM.

  • Page 104

    Exploded Views...

  • Page 106

    Parts List Description Replacement Exchange System board PCA D5000-60001 D5000-69000 I/O PCA 5064-1996 D5000-69001 Backplane PCA D5000-63002 Terminator PCA ( plugs in secondary processor slot in 5183-3418 dual-ready systems) Pentium II 350mhz processor 1821-4201 Pentium II 400mhz processor 1821-4202 Pentium II 450 Processor Chip 1821-4203 Heat sink for processor module 5183-2471...

  • Page 107

    Description Replacement Exchange Fan assembly, rear chassis 5064-3553 Fan assembly, power supply 5064-3538 Fan assembly, CPU 5064-3531 Power supply module, 300W 5064-6603 Power supply cage 5064-6605 5064-6604 Battery 3V 1420-0356 Front panel assembly, pedestal version 5067-4214 Front panel assembly, rack version 5064-4639 Installation handles, rack version (4) 5002-5191...

  • Page 108: Hot-swap Hard Disk Drive Led Status And Activity Indicators, Power Cords

    Power Cords Country Part Number Country Part Number Australia/New 8120-1369 India/South Africa 8120-4211 Zealand Canada/United 8120-1751 Japan 8120-4753 States Denmark 8120-2956 Switzerland 8120-2104 Europe 8120-1689 United Kingdom 8120-1351 Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive LED Status and Activity Indicators Each hot-swap hard disk drive module has two LED apertures on its front, one for power status and one for activity status, as shown below.

  • Page 109: System Switches, System Board

    System Board Secondary Processor Socket (Terminator Installed Secondary Retaining In Dual-Ready * Processor VRM Socket Latches Configurations) * J20: N/C System Primary Configuration Processor Switches Primary VRM * J25: 100 MHz * J17: N/C Diagnostic LEDs Battery * J26: N/C Video Memory Upgrade Sockets Memory DIMM...

  • Page 110

    Specifications Operating Temperature 5 to 35 C (41 to 95 F) Non-operating -40° to +65° C (-40° to +149° F) Temperature Operating Humidity 20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing Non-operating Humidity 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing Operating Altitude -30 to 3,000 m (~10,000 ft) Non-operating Altitude -30 to 12,000 m (~40,000 ft) Minimum Clearance...

  • Page 111: Hp Netserver Lh 4 And Lh 4r System Information, System Views, Front Control Panel

    HP NetServer LH 4 and LH 4r System Information System Views HP NetServer LH 4 (Pedestal) HP NetServer LH 4r (Rack-Optimized) Front Control Panel Control Description Lock (LH 4 only) Locks system to prevent unauthorized use. DC Power Switchand indicator light Turns the NetServer on and off.

  • Page 112

    Control Description RESET Resets the NetServer from internal ROM. This switch is behind the protective door on the front panel. Keyboard lockand indicator light Locks system keyboard to prevent unauthorized use. Status screen Reports various types of system status. The buttons below the screen control these menu functions Return to a previous selection.

  • Page 113

    Rear View Remote Management Port Serial B Port Serial A Port Parallel Port Mouse Port Keyboard Port Monitor Port Power Supplies Power Connector Covers (LH 4) Cover 3 Cover 1 Cover 2 Cover 2 Cover 3 Cover 1...

  • Page 114: Covers (lh 4r), Memory

    Covers (LH 4r) Cover 1 Cover 2 Cover 3 Memory The two memory boards (Memory A and Memory B) are located on the system board assembly, beneath the memory cage cover. Both memory boards are required. Each board has slots for eight DIMMs. The following rules must be observed when adding memory: DIMMs are added four at a time - two per memory card.

  • Page 115

    Processor speed and system DIP switches VRM 3/4 VRM 3 Ext Batt Processor 4 Battery Serial B port Processor 3 Serial A port Memory B Processor 2 Parallel port Processor 1 Mouse port Memory A Keyboard port VRM 1/2 Monitor port VRM 2 VRM 1 Note: Processor slots without processors have terminators.

  • Page 116

    The Boot Device Ordering submenu contains the following options: Floppy check: Enables or disables verification of flexible disk drive type during boot Summary screen: Enables or disables display of a screen of system configuration information. Boot Device Priority: Allows you to rearrange the following default order in which drive types are searched for the operating system: CD-ROM drive with bootable CD-ROM Flexible Disk with bootable flexible disk...

  • Page 118

    Parts List NOTE These part numbers are the numbers available at the time of publication. Part numbers may be revised after the publication date. Description Replacement Exchange System board PCA (PCA only) D7014-63001 D7014-69001 I/O PCA D7092-63000 D7092-69000 Memory PCA D6969-63001 D6969-69001 Backplane PCA...

  • Page 119

    Description Replacement Exchange Hot-swap filler Not orderable as replacement Hot-swap drive spacer Not orderable as replacement Hot-swap mass storage expansion bay cover plate Not orderable Not orderable Hot-swap tray, half-height D6127A Hot-swap tray, low-profile D6128A Non-hot-swap tray, hard disk drive (3 ea.) D2198B Non-hot-swap tray, removable media device (2 ea.) D2199A...

  • Page 120

    Description Replacement Exchange Floppy cable 5183-3443 SCSI (wide) cable, internal 68-50 pin 5183-3444 SCSI cable, internal 5183-3445 SCSI cable, internal to external 5183-3446 Battery 3V 1420-0356 Installation handles, rack version (4) 5002-5191 Rails for rack mount version (2) 5064-6118 Casters for pedestal version, front (2) 5182-9416 Casters for pedestal version, rear (2) 1490-1007...

  • Page 121

    Hot-Swap Hard Disk Drive LED Status and Activity Indicators Each hot-swap hard disk drive module has two LED apertures on its front, one for power status and one for activity status. Activity Status LED Aperture Power Status LED Aperture System Board Configuration Switches VRM 3...

  • Page 122: Cabling, System Switches

    System Switches Off On Always on Processor speed (see table below) Always off Processor speed (see table below) On = Clear config On = Clear p/w Always off Always off Processor Speed: 400 450 500 Switch 2: Switch 4: Note: Only processor speeds for the 100 MHz bus are supported.

  • Page 123: Cables And Part Numbers, Specifications

    Cables and Part Numbers Cable Description Part Number Internal SCSI (Wide) LVD Cable (SCSI A to Primary Mass Storage) 5183-3444 Internal SCSI (Wide) LVD Cable (DAC to Primary Mass Storage)* 5183-6527 Internal SCSI (Wide) LVD Cable (DAC to Secondary Mass Storage)* 5183-6528 Internal SCSI (Wide) LVD Cable (SCSI B to Secondary Mass Storage) 5183-6567 Internal SE SCSI Cable...

  • Page 124

    Height 494.8 mm (19.5 in) Width 350.5 mm (13.8 in) Depth 724.2 mm (28.5 in) Weight 35 - 50 kg (77 - 110 lb) Weight and Dimensions - LH 4r Height 354.7 mm (14 in) Width 482.6 mm (19 in) Depth 749.2 mm (29.5 in) Weight...

  • Page 125: Hp Netserver Lm, System Views

    HP NetServer LM System Views Front and Rear Views Shelf 1 R e s e t Control Panel Mass Storage Device Shelves Shelf 9 AC power Keyboard Mouse Serial port B Serial port A AC line Parallel port LPT1 select switch Built-in video Padlock or External SCSI...

  • Page 126

    Control Panel Reset Hard Disk Activity 1 Button Power-on Hard Disk Activity 2 Light Keyboard Lock Light Keyboard Power Lock Button Exploded View...

  • Page 128

    Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, any video DRAM chips, memory modules, processor board, any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

  • Page 129: Hp Netserver Lm Keyboards

    Description Replacement Exchange Internal IDE-HDD Cable 5182-0016 Internal SCSI-2 Cable D2079-60002 SCSI-2 Cable (to external port) 5182-0094 SCSI cable (to internal disk array) C3310-60130 Nameplate 4/33 D2182-40001 Nameplate 4/66 D2186-40001 Nameplate 5/60 D2194-40001 510 MB Disk Module Assembly C3304-60150 C3304-69150 1 GB Disk Module Assembly C3305-60150 C3305-69150...

  • Page 130: Hp Netserver Lm Power Cords, System Board

    HP NetServer LM Power Cords Country HP Part Number Country HP Part Number Australia/New 8120-1369 India/South Africa 8120-4211 Zealand Canada/United 8120-1751 Japan 8120-4753 States Denmark 8120-2956 Switzerland 8120-2104 Europe 8120-1689 United Kingdom 8120-1351 System Board Video memory DRAM sockets Power supply Power supply Control panel connectors...

  • Page 131: System Board Jumper Locations, System Board Jumper Settings

    System Board Jumper Locations E0722 E0721 E0720 E0392 E0391 E0390 E0292 E0291 E0290 E0190 System Board Jumper Settings Jumper Function Default Flash BOOT. When the jumper is on pins 1 and 2, the Flash ROM E0190 1 to 2 can be reflashed. If the Flash ROM is corrupt, even reading from the flexible disk drive does not work, move the jumper to 2-3 to allow access to protected code on the Flash EPROM (boot code protected sector) that should allow the Flash from the BIOS.

  • Page 132

    NOTE Only DRAMs from certain manufacturers have been tested for compatibility with the HP NetServer LM Series. Hewlett-Packard does not supply the DRAM upgrade. Consult the HP PC Bulletin Board Service at 1-408-553-3500 for a current list of supported DRAM upgrades.

  • Page 133: Hp Netserver Lm System Updates, Factory Installed Scsi Hard Drive

    Instruments To take advantage of the upgrade, you must also install the appropriate drivers. Consult the HP PC bulletin board for a list of the required drivers. Hewlett-Packard does not supply or support the drivers. CAUTION Apply gentle pressure on the pins. They can bend easily. If a pin does not align with a hole, carefully use needle-nose pliers to straighten the pin.

  • Page 134: Scsi Host Adapter Configuration, Selecting Primary Scsi Channel, Scsi Bios Address And Boot Device

    ID 6 Jumper Jumper ID 7 functional 1740 SCSI Host Adapter Configuration Configuring a 1740 SCSI adapter (either the HP D2649A or D1681A) may cause a "Shadow RAM diagnostic failed" error message. The SCSI BIOS uses the last 128 bytes of the 32 KB ROM space as a RAM buffer. In the 1740's .CFG file, there is a "WRITABLE"...

  • Page 135: Boot Problem With Greater Than 2 Gb Hp Disk Array Boot Drive

    If more than three drives are installed, remove the Delayed Spin-Up jumper on drives with addresses 3, 4, 5, and 6. To find the Delayed Spin-Up jumper, orient the drive so the circuit board is on top and the power/SCSI connector is facing away from you.

  • Page 136

    In the EISA Configuration Utility, select the Hard Drive 1 (or 2) to be Drive Type 2 or 48 (User Definable) at the end of the list of choices for any IDE hard disk drives installed. Do not use Hard Disk Auto Configuration. Verify these parameters as the drive definition: Parameter 270 MB...

  • Page 137: Hp Netserver Lpr, System Views, Front Panel Controls

    HP NetServer LPr System Views Front Panel Controls CD-ROM Drive Drive Activity LED Reset Switch Power ON/OFF LED Drive Error LED Power On/Off Switch Fan Failure LED Hot Swap Drive Shelf Over-temperature LED SCSI ID #0 Floppy Disk Drive Hot Swap Drive Shelf SCSI ID #1 Power ON/OFF Drive Error...

  • Page 138: Rear Panel Controls, Ports, And Indicators

    Drive Active LED LED goes on (green) to indicate access over the LPr's embedded SCSI bus. This includes access to both internal and external drives. Drive Error LED LED flashes red to indicate that one of the two drives in the hot-swap bays has failed and must be replaced.

  • Page 139

    Covers Memory The NetServer LPr's main memory is implemented with 5V SDRAM DIMMs (Dual In-Line Memory Modules). The NetServer LPr ships with at least 64 MB of main memory and supports up to 1 GB. Memory is available in the following DIMM capacities: 64, 128, and 256 MB. There are four DIMM sockets on the system board. DIMMs may be installed in any combination in any socket.

  • Page 140

    DIMM Notches Keys Retaining Clips Video Memory The HP NetServer LPr comes standard with a 1 MB frame buffer to support video displays of 1024 (horizontal pixels) x768 (vertical lines) x 256 (colors per pixel) at refresh rates up to 72 Hz. You can upgrade the frame buffer to 2 MB to support 1280 x 1024 by adding two memory chips.

  • Page 141: Hot-swap Drive Bay Addresses, Boot Device Priority, Accessory Boards

    Boot Device Priority By default, the HP NetServer searches for bootable devices in the order shown below. CD-ROM Drive Floppy Disk Drive Embedded SCSI Controller, starting with SCSI ID 0 PCI Slots in the order 3, 2, and 1 On each controller, the server scans for a boot device starting at device ID 0 and works up from there. The controller is always SCSI ID 7.

  • Page 142

    Slot 3 Slot 2 Slot 1 CAUTION Do not bend the PCI card to fit it into the slot. Check to make sure you removed any handles or board extenders. Remote Control Card Refer to the Top Tools Administration Guide for Remote Control along with the upgrade kit documentation for information on the remote control card.

  • Page 143

    HP NetRAID Card NOTE If there are other SCSI controllers on the PCI bus, the slot will affect boot order. See the Boot Device Priority. SCSI Cable SCSI Repeater Card HP NetRAID Adapter SCSI Cable...

  • Page 144

    I/O Board Embedded SCSI Connector SCSI Cable Connector Terminator Block...

  • Page 145: Processor Module

    Processor Module NOTE Be sure that the VRM and the processor module associated with it are both in primary or secondary slots. New processors are added. See the Technical Reference Card for the latest switch settings. Secondary Processor VRM Slot CPU Processor Secondary Processor Switch...

  • Page 146

    Do not touch VRM Processor components Module Secondary VRM Slot Secondary Processor Slot NOTE Be sure that the VRM and the processor module associated with it are both in primary or secondary slots. Exploded Views...

  • Page 147

    Parts List * This part is not on an exploded view. Description Replacement Exchange Top Cover 5064-7036 I/O ("Riser") Board D6129-63000 D6129-69000 Fan pack 5064-5858 SCSI backplane D6021-63030 SCSI management board D6021-63031 Hot-swappable SCSI drive orderable as accessories Hot-swappable drive kit Hot-swap bay filler panel (not orderable) Floppy disk drive...

  • Page 148: Cables

    Pentium II, 650 MHz D1134-63001 D1134-69001 Pentium II, 700 MHz D9175-63000 D9175-69000 RDIMM, 64MB D6097-63001 D6097-69001 RDIMM, 128MB D6098-63001 D6098-69001 RDIMM, 256MB D6099-63001 D6099-69001 Voltage regulator module 0950-2848 Battery, Lithium, 3V. 1420-0356 Video memory 1818-6527 Network adapter card (NIC) D5013-63002 D5013-69002 Rear panel (not orderable)

  • Page 149: System Board Illustration, System Switches

    System Board Illustration Voltage Regulator Processor Module Processor Module Module #1 Slot Slot #2 Voltage Regulator Slot #1 Module #2 Slot Battery Serial B Port Connector Processor Serial A Port Module Connector Parallel Port Connector DIMM Slot 0 Mouse DIMM Slot 1 Connector DIMM Slot 2 Keyboard...

  • Page 150

    Specifications Temperature Operating 5° to 35° C (41° to 95° F) Non-operating -40° to +65° C (-40° to +149° F) Humidity (non-condensing) Operating 20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing Non-operating 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing Altitude Operating -30 to 3,000 m (~ 10,000 ft) Non-operating -30 to 12,000 m (~ 40,000 ft) Thermal Output...

  • Page 151: Hp Netserver Ls, System Views

    HP NetServer LS System Views Front View Cover keylock Key bag Rear View...

  • Page 152: Control Panel Description, Control Panel Connector J1

    Control Panel Description Hard Disk Activity Light 2 Hard Disk Activity Light 1 Yellow = Embedded SCSI Yellow = Embedded SCSI A B bus active or IDE bus active Keyboard Lock Light Power-On Light Yellow = Keyboard Green = Power is on is locked Power Button Keyboard Lock Button...

  • Page 153: Mass Storage Indicator Lights

    Control Panel J1 Mass Storage Indicator Lights For some SCSI controller boards, you must connect the hard disk activity light.

  • Page 154

    Hard disk activity light 1 connector Hard disk activity light 2 connector Cover CAUTION The cover is an integral part of the NetServer. The NetServer must be operated with the cover in place to ensure proper airflow for continued reliability and to maintain compliance with radio frequency interference and safety standards.

  • Page 155

    Exploded Views...

  • Page 157

    Parts List NOTE The part numbers in the list were the ones that were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove processor board and any added accessory boards, and keep them with the server under repair.

  • Page 158

    Description Replacement Exchange EISA/PCI Hold Down Plate not orderable CPU Metal Hold Down Plate not orderable ECC Memory Board D2971-63006 LS 100 Mhz Processor Board D3574-63001 D3574-69001 LS 100D Dual Processor Board D3575-63001 D3575-69001 LS 133 Processor Board D3613-63001 D3613-69001 LS 133 Dual Processor Board D3614-63001 D3614-69001...

  • Page 159

    Arab/English C1405-60320 Swiss C1405-60311 Korea/Hangu C1405-60321 Swedish C1405-60312 Taiwan C1405-60323 C1405-60313 Power Cords Country HP Part Number Country HP Part Number Australia/New Zealand 8120-1369 India/South Africa 8120-4211 Canada/United States 8120-1751 Japan 8120-4753 Denmark 8120-2956 Switzerland 8120-2104 Europe 8120-1689 United Kingdom 8120-1351 Mass Storage Cables If you need additional cables, the cables are not available separately, but only by ordering the HP Cable Kit -...

  • Page 160

    System Board Keyboard Mouse IO Panel Serial port B Connectors Serial port A Side view Parallel port LPT1 Monitor CMOS CLEAR PWD CLR Flash Enable Flexible Disk Dual CPU Power Supply Flexible Power/PS5 Enable Connector Disk Connector 1.44 MB Power Supply Connectors Control Panel Power Control PS4 PS1...

  • Page 161: System Board Connectors, System Switches And Jumpers

    System Board Connectors Connector Number Connector Number IDE disk drive cable J9F1 Flexible disk drive J9F2 Keyboard J9A1 Mouse J9A1 Video J7A1 Parallel J7A1 Serial J8A1 SCSI port A J0J1 SCSI port B J0G2 Battery (Clock Module) U7D1 PCI slots P2-2, P2-1 EISA/ISA slots M6, M5, M4,...

  • Page 162

    Switch/ Description Default Jumper Configuration Switches - Switch S8C1 S8C1 CMOS CLEAR PWD CLR OFF - default Flash Enable OFF - Default CMOS Clear: Setting this switch to ON clears CMOS and set the real- time clock (RTC) to the manufacturing defaults. ON - Password Clear: Setting this switch to ON clears the password when Default...

  • Page 163

    Video Memory - DRAM Video memory can be increased to 1 MB. The built in video subsystem comes with a Cirrus Controller with 512 KB of internal video memory. The internal, integrated Cirrus super VGA controller is fully compatible with these video standards: CGA, EGA, Hercules Graphics, MDA, and VGA.

  • Page 164

    Duplex, non-disk array model with internal controller (standard model) Flexible Disk Drive External terminator built into cable CD-ROM SCSI or IDE Device System Board Internal terminator built into board SCSI B SCSI A Hot Swap Subsystem UPPER CAGE SCSI ID Default Switch Settings These are the default SCSI address settings for this model.

  • Page 165

    Non-duplex, disk array model with PCI controller board (standard model) Flexible Disk Drive External terminator built into cable CD-ROM SCSI or IDE Device 68 to 50 pin adapter System Board Internal terminator built into board PCI Board SCSI B SCSI A Hot Swap Subsystem Ext Conn...

  • Page 166

    Configuring Switch Settings on the Hot Swap Subsystem Switches 3, 4 and 6 determine the SCSI address of the shelf. UPPER CAGE LOWER CAGE The switch 6 setting determines upper and lower cage functionality. Switches 1 and 2 are always set to Off. Switch Function Settings...

  • Page 167

    Hot Swap Subsystem SCSI Address Settings Switches 3, 4, and 6 determine the SCSI address setting for each shelf in the hot swap subsystem. The following table describes the settings and the resulting shelf SCSI address. NOTE For information on changing the SCSI address setting on the CD-ROM drive, see the Technical Information Label on the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 169: Notes

    Notes...

  • Page 173: Index

    Index cabling configurations 1740 Host Adapter LH4, 114 LM, 126 CD-ROM drive SCSI address setting LH, 90 LS, 159 altitude CMOS Clear LC, 11 LS, 154 LD, 43 Config Unlock switch LC, 4 LD, 32 battery LF, 61 LE, 48 LH, 83 boot Config Valid switch...

  • Page 174

    DIMMs hot swap subsystem SCSI address switch LH Plus/Pro, 84 settings LH3, 94 LD, 38 LH4, 106 LH, 90 Disk Array LS, 159 2 GB disk LM, 127 hot swap subsystem switch settings DRAM LS, 158 LC installing, 7 HP C2260A Storage System, 127 LE installing, 51 HP Disk Array LE type needed, 51...

  • Page 175

    LE, 45 system board, 49 LH, 82 LF, 53 LH, 63 LH Plus/LH Pro, 82 boot device priority, 86 jumpers LH 3, 91 LC J7, 4 LH 4r, 103 LH cable LF CPU Type, 58 LF CPU voltage select, 58 configurations, 86 LF Intel 486 processor board LH Plus...

  • Page 176

    LS, 159 LS, 144 power consumption LC, 11 parallel port LE, 52 LM connector location, 117 LF, 62 part numbers LH, 90 LC, 8 LM, 128 LC keyboards, 10 LS, 159 LC power cord, 10 power control LD, 41 LS, 153 LD keyboards, 43 power cords LD power cord, 43...

  • Page 177

    LH4, 105 LF, 61 Remote Control Card switch settings LPr, 134 LS, 158 Reset Button switch SW1 LS, 144 LH, LH Plus, LH Pro, 83 switches LD, 31 SCSI LD, 30 HP C2260A Storage System, 127 LH, LH Plus, LH Pro, 83 LM BIOS address, 126 system board LM external port location, 117...

  • Page 178

    LD, 43 LD, 32 LF operating, 62 LF, 61 LH, 90 LH, 84 LH3, 102 video memory LH4, 115 LC 3. See LM operating, 128 LE, 51 operating LE, 52 LPr, 132 Temperature voltage LPr, 142 LM AC line select switch, 117 video weight LC installing DRAM, 7...

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