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  • Page 1 Service Handbook HP Apollo 9000 Series 700 Model 735 Workstations This is an unreleased, corrected version of Order No. A2095 –90602, produced for online access. 00893 Click to go to the Table of Contents HEWLETT PACKARD 300 Apollo Dr., Chelmsford. MA 01824...
  • Page 2 NOTICE The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice HEWLETT-PACKARD MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MANUAL, lNCLUD- ING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A...
  • Page 3 Printing History New Editions of this manual incorporate all material updated since the previous edition. Update packages may be issued between editions and contain replace- ment and additional pages to be merged into the manual by the user. The manual printing date and part number indicate its current edition. The print- ing date changes when a new edition is printed.
  • Page 4 Emissions Regulations Federal Communications Commission (FCC) The Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. government regulates the radio frequency energy emanated by computing devices through pubhshed regula- tions. These regulations specify the limits of radio frequency emission to protect radio and television reception. All HP Apollo nodes and peripherals have been tested and comply with these limits.
  • Page 5 DECURATION OF CONFORMITY according to EWIEC Guide22and EN 45014 Manufacturer’s Name: Hewlett-Packard DomainDrive IMe@r, U.S.A. declares, that the product Product: Computer Workstation Numbe~ Model Product Number: A1946A conforms to the folluwing Product Specifications: 9S&1986/ EN60950 (1988) Safety EMC: CISPR 221985/EN 55022 (1988) Chss...
  • Page 6 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions Electrostatic charges can damage the integrated circuits on printed circuit boards. &bserve the following precautions when TO prevent such damage from ckxming, unpacking and installing the board. Stand on a static–free mat. Wear a static strap to ensure that any accumulated electrostatic charge dis- charges from your body to ground.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Product Information Product Description ....... . 1–2 System Unit Controls .
  • Page 8 .’ ‘lloubleshooting LED Error Codes ....... . . 4–2 Dealingwith a Boot Failure ......4–12 Boot Administration Environment .
  • Page 9 Figures 1–1 Power Switch Location ......1–3 1–2 TOC and Service/Normal Mode Switch Locations . . 1–4 1–3 System LEDs .
  • Page 10 5–13 Removing the Calendar Battery ....5–16 5–14 LAN Slider Module Removal ....5–17 5–15 Removing the Front Control Panel .
  • Page 11: Product Information

    Product Information This chapter introduces the HP Apollo 9000 Series 700 Model 735 workstation. Its purpose is to familiarize you with the workstation and its controls and indica- tors. Included in this chapter are the following topics: Product description System unit controls Understanding the LEDs System unit rear panel connectors Monitor controls, connectors, and indicators...
  • Page 12 Product Description The Model 735 is a high–performance, PA–RISC–based workstation that is de- si~g+ed to run the HP– UX operating system. The Model 735 workstation houses up to two internal mass storage devices con- nected to one of two internal SCSI interfaces: single-ended or fasthvide. With the single–...
  • Page 13: Power Switch Location

    System Unit Controls Before powering on the system, you should become familiar with the system unit controls. This chapter introduces the HP Apollo 9000 Series 700 Model 735 workstations. Its purpose is to familiarize you with the workstation and its controls and indica- tors.
  • Page 14: Power Switch

    Power Hinged Front Cover Front (Hinged Cover Opened) Figure1 –2. TOC and Service/Nomal Mode SwitchLocations Power Switch Use the power switch to power the system unit on and off. Power LED The power LED lights green when the system unit it powered on. TOC Switch Use the TOC switch to reset the operating system.
  • Page 15: Understandingthel Ems

    Understanding the LEDs There are 9 light –Emittinq Diodes (LEDs) on the system. Five are visible from the front of the system uni~when the hinged door is closed, as shown in Figure Figure 1– 3. The green LED on the far right is the Power LED. It lights when the system unit power is on.
  • Page 16: Troubleshooting System Leds

    Power System Status LED (8 through 1) - Front (Hinged Door Opened) Figure 1–4. TroubleshootingSystem LEDs Table 1– 1 lists how the four system LEDs report during normal HP–UX system activity. The green Power LED remains lit while the system is powered on. Table 1 –...
  • Page 17: System Unit Rear Panel Connectors

    System Unit Rear Panel Connectors This section describes the four main 1/0 subsystems on the system unit’s rear panel: System 1/0 Connectors Graphic 1/0 Connectors Disk 1/0 Connectors EISA 1/0 Connectors Figure 1– 5 shows the location of the connectors as well as the ac power connector on”the system’s rear panel.
  • Page 18: Systemi/Oconnectors

    System 1/0 Connectors HP —HIL connector HP parallel 1/0 connector 802.3 network connectors . RS —232 serial input/output connectors HP-HIL connector The onboard Hewlett –Packard Human Interface Link (HP–Hil) port provides support for 2 standard and 5 optional HP-Hil devices. The (two– dot) HP–HIL connector on the bulkhead supports the standard HP–...
  • Page 19 RS-232 Serial Input/Output connectors You can attach a variety of peripheral devices to the two RS–232 Serial Input/ Output (S10) ports on the workstation. These peripheral devices include printers, plotters, modems. and scanners. Consult the documentation that accompanies each peripheral device for specific information concerning its use. Both S10 ports are programmable.
  • Page 20: Audio Connectors

    Audio connectors The workstation has audio input and output capability through external input and output connectors and an internal speaker. A microphone for audio input is not supplied with the workstation. The audio connectors are standard audio mini — jacks. Hewlett –Packard recommends that for best quality recording and playback of audio through the external connectors, that you use gold–plated plugs available through audio retailers.
  • Page 21: Scsii/Oconnectors

    SCSI 1/0 Connectors The system contains four (4) SCSI connectors: External SCSI OUT Connector Q Internal SCSI IN Connector System Single—Ended SCSI Connector System Fast/Wide SCSI Connector When attaching external SCSI devices, be NOTICES: sure to terminate the last device on the exter- nal SCSI bus.
  • Page 22: Graphici/Oconnector

    Graphic 1/0 Connector If the computer system includes a bitmapped display, you will find the bulkhead for a graphic device just below the 1/0 bulkhead. If the system is a server, it will not have a graphic d“eviceat this location. The system has one of the following three types of graphic devices: @ Color graphic card This type of device has three BNC connectors (one...
  • Page 23: Monitor Controls, Connectors, And Indicators

    Monitor Controls, Connectors, and Indicators Before using the monitor. you should become familiar with its controls, connec- tors, and indicators. ‘ The Power– On LED, when lit. indicates that the monitor has ac power applied. Use the following controls to adjust the monitor: The Power –...
  • Page 24: Inch, Color Monitor (Modela2094)

    V-STAT H-STAT V-CENT Brightness Contrast Power-On Power ON/OFF Button Front Figure 1 – 7. 19–Inch, ColorMonitor (ModelA2094) Product Information 1-14...
  • Page 25 ,,> Brightness Contrast Power-On Power ON/OFF Button Rear Power Connector Connector Figure 1–8. 19–Irzch, Grayscale Monitor (ModelA2088) Product Information 1–15...
  • Page 26: Environmental/Installation/Pm

    Environmental/ Installation/PM This chapter lists the environmental specifications for the system and lists the regu- lator requirements. Installation and Preventive maintenance information, if appl[cabl~, is also provided. Environmental Specifications Table 2– 1 lists the environmental specifications. Table 2–1. Environmental Specificationsfor Model 735 SPU Type Specification Operating...
  • Page 27: Regulatory Requirements

    Regulatory Requirements The following regulatory requirements are met: FCC Class A CSA C22.2 No. 950M o VCCI Class 1 EN 55022 Class A / CISPR 22 Class A UL1950 . TUV/GS Mark – IEC 950/EN60950 – zH1/618 Installation Refer to the installation and users manuals: Preventive Maintenance There is no preventive maintenance for the system unit.
  • Page 28: Configuration

    Configuration This chapter provides details on setting up and changing the system configuration. Workstation and System Unit Configurations Refer to the HP Apollo 9000 Series 700 Configuration Guide for a complete list of supported accessories, peripherals, and operating systems. FRU Configurations This section provides information for setting up or changing the configuration of the system Field Replaceable Units (FRUS).
  • Page 29 Internal System Drives: System SCSI Drive(s) 1st Winchester Drive (if present, uses ID No.6) 2nd Winchester Drive (if present, uses ID No. 5) Floppy Disk Drive (if present, uses ID No. O) External Device Drives: External SCSI HP 6000 Series: 660A Disk Sub–System. The SCSI addresses of the devices of this sub –...
  • Page 30 NOTICE: AO, Al, and A2 are the SCSI ID jumpers. ‘\ (MSB) (LSB) /’ / /’ SCSI Terminators Figure Quantum 210–MB Winchester Dtive Jumpers 3–2. Configuration 3 –3...
  • Page 31 NOTICE: The last three jumpers (7, 8, and 9) are the SCSI Terminato s SCSI ID jump- ers. Figure 3–3. Hewlett–Packard 420–MB WinchesterDtive Jumpers (Early Model) Configuration...
  • Page 32: Hewlett-Packard 420-Mbwinchester Drive Jumpers

    Front View L!” “H’’’’’’”w’ 0000 12345678910 6–Sync spindle l–Write protect 7–Sync spindle 2–Unit attention 8–SCSI address 3 – SDTR 9 –SCSI address 4–Parity Enable 5 –Auto–Spin–Up 10– SCSI address /“” “ “f * SCSI Addresses I II SCSI Bus Front 8910 Address Bottom View...
  • Page 33 NOTICE: AO, Al, and A2 are the SCSI ID jumpers. jumpers SS, TE, and WS should be removed, and the jumper EP should be in place. Figure 3–5. Quantum 525-MB WinchesterDtive Jumpers Configuration...
  • Page 34 NOTICE: The first three jumpers (1,2, and 3) should be removec/, and the SCSI ID jumpers are jumpers 4, 5, and 6. \t7° .odu~ k%E::wer Terminator Resistor (Must be removed) SC;, lD\, 11111 123456 (second Drive) Figure 3– Seagate 525–MB and 1– GB Winchester Dtive Jumpers Configuration 3 –...
  • Page 35 Front View SCSI (First Drive) o 0 00 0 0 00 — 1234567 8910 SCSI ID (Second Drive) 1234567 8910 1111 •1 Front Bottom View NOTICE: The last three jumpers (8, 9, and 10) are the SCSI ID jumpers. Jumpers 1,2, and 7 should be removed, and jumpers 3, 4,5,...
  • Page 36 “\ \ Scsl Scsl Factory–installed Terminator Resistor Modules \,.J (Must be removed) 0000 0000 00/001000 ~lmxl Fid~re3 –8. Micropolis 1 – GB Winchester Dtive Jumpers (Single-Ended) Configuration 3 – 9...
  • Page 37: (Fast/Wide

    Front View Jumpers: SCSI Address 78910 Highest 12345 Priority 6 76910 1 — OFF Write pro;ect 2 — OFF Unit attention 3— ON SDTR Dill 4 — ON Parity Enable 5 — ON Auto–Spin–Up 6 — OFF Sync spindle 0000 0000 ‘...
  • Page 38 early model floppy Top View of Floppy Disk Drive Terminator Resistor Modules (Must be removed) SCSI ID Address Jumpers late model floppy ID() SCSI ID Address Jumpers Figure 3– 10. Floppy Address Jumper Settings Configuration 3-11...
  • Page 39: Installingadditonal Memory

    Installing Additional Memory Be sure to follow these guide- Figure 3 – 11 shows the memory SIMM locations. lines: The Model 735 processor board has 16–MB main memory resident (un- removable). The SIMMS must be installed as pairs (two cards of the same capacity). The Model 735 has six pairs of slots (numbered 1 through 6).
  • Page 40: Installing Memory Cards

    NOTE: This illustration assumes four pairs of cards are to be installed. Pairs of SIMM Installation Order: Installation Order: Installation Order: t Ca Installing ‘One Pair Installing Ywo Pairs installing Th;ee Pairs of SIMMS of SIMMS of SIMMS Fi&gre3– 11. InstallingMemory Cards Configuration 3-13...
  • Page 41 Troubleshooting This chapter provides information about isolating a failing Field Replaceable Unit (FRU). To troubleshoot HP Apollo workstations, you must be familiar with the HP–UX operating system. You must be able to start and stop processes. You should also be familiar with the Boot ROM Test Mode, ISL diagnostics, and the SupportWave online tests.
  • Page 42: Led Error Codes

    LED Error Codes This section contains information about the error codes displayed by the LEDs on the system’s front panel. If an error occurs during the power –up diaa~ostics tests, the diagnostics use the front panel LEDs to display a code for the failing component. Figure 4–...
  • Page 43 Table 4– 1. Seljlest LED Codes LED Display Error 87654321 Dnllulnol!l ;~:sor cpuDia~nOseRegis’er ouo~uoflu CPU Basic Functions CPU ALU & Branch UUIIBOOHB CPU Arithmetic Conditions BDBOU CPU Bit Operations MIIBIIB CPU Arithmetic Side Effects II DIIBIIHBU CPU Control Registers Oollunllllfl CPU External Interrupts Iloll BBnnn...
  • Page 44 luulc v —1. DCLJLCSL lJi3~ LUUt5LY { bUftLLfLUCU) LED Display FRtJ Error 87654321 Hmmlln :~;s”r ‘ataca’heMiss Cache Done mmmHl Memory Interface EIR UIIUNIIUK Memory Interface HPMC UIUIUlllll Memory Interface OIIBB DUMB Memory Interface Invalid NNwlllnn Address Memory Interface Single Bit UIBBn Error Memory Interface Double...
  • Page 45 Table 4–1. Sel#est LED Codes (Continued) LED Display Error 87654321 ‘emo~ onboard~wwrror mmlml RAM SLot lH Error mHHHHl# RAM Slot 2H Error Ollunnllllll RAM Slot 3H Error BOUDHU RAM Slot 4H Error OBBOIIMII RAM Slot 5H Error Dnwlllnll RAM Slot 6H Error OEBDUMU Onboard RAM (OL) Error OBBBOOOU...
  • Page 46 Table 4–1. SelfiestLED Codes (Continued) Troubleshooting L...
  • Page 47 Table 4–2. PDC LED Codes LED Display Status 87654321 Destructive Memory Init HmHHHlll Non– Destructive Memory Init Hnnnolll!ll Bollwll!ll! Conso’ese’ection 1111 Boo ‘OOtDevicese’ectiOn Autoselection Failure to Find Boot Device lwwlnll% Honwlnn ‘aunchinglpL OUMBB ‘OcHand’erEntered Branching to OS TOC Handler BUBOHOOU Branching to OS HPMC Handler llnwlwlE Bnnlllllllln...
  • Page 48 Table 4-2. PDC LED Codes (Continued) LED Display . Status Error Writing EEPROM Unable to Determine Valid Processor Speed Processor Speed Sensing Problem Calculating Memory Control Values Bad Memory Hardware .:..-..= LED On or Flashing ...
  • Page 49: Islled Codes

    Table 4–3. ISL LED Codes LED Display Status 87654321 mHHHHHl lsLExecuting* ISL is Autobooting from the Autoexec file. NHHHHm ISL Cannot Find Autoexecute file. Uollnnonn No Console Found. ISL Autobooting. Uonnlllllll! Directory of utilities is too large. OOUIIOMUB Autoexec File is Inconsistent. UODIIOBBU Error Reading Autoexec File.
  • Page 50 Table 4–3. LSLLED Codes (Continued) LED Display Status 87654321 Internal Inconsistency:pdc cache entry — Uommll Internal Inconsistency: IODC ENTRY INIT OOBDIIOBB Internal Inconsistency* IODC Dllnnlllllln ~*~y ,~,~~onso~e Internal%consistency: IODC nnBllrll!loll! ENTRY INIT Boot Device Utility F~e Header Inconsistent: Bad aux id Dnnllo Ilollnn BBll...
  • Page 51 Table4–4. HP– UXKemel LED Codes LED Display Status 87654321 Kernel Loaded and Initialization Begun. lmnHHHlo Kernel Has Entered maino. BHBBOOUB Kernel Is About to Configure 1/0 System. IBMllllolln Kernel Is About to Mount Root File System. BBBBU Kernel Is About to Set Up Page– Out HBBBn ~aemon ~~~~~oou...
  • Page 52: Dealingwith A Boot Failure

    Dealing with a Boot Failure If your usual boot device (typically a disk) is not responding as it should. you must attempt to boot from the disk (or another boot device) by selecting it manually. To boot a device manually, follow these steps: Turn off the power to the workstation, wait a few seconds.
  • Page 53: Boot Administration Environment

    When the search ends, the following list of actions appears: Boot from specified device Search for bootable devices Enter boot administration mode Exit and continue boot sequence Help Select from menu: Ifnodiskdevices are listed. thenyour workstaton isfailing tocommunicate with its disks. Recheck the SCSI connections andtryagain. Ifnodevicesarelisted at all.
  • Page 54: Stable Storage

    Return to previous menu using the EXIT command. Set or display the Fastsize value (amount of memory initialized during boot) using the FASTSIZE command. Display a menu of commands using the HELP command or a description of any command as an option to the HELP command. Display the model number.
  • Page 55: Boot Command Notations

    Boot Command Notations The BOOT command supports the following three notations: Mnemonic PA- RISC 1/0 Path number Type help scsi or help Ian for more information on the boot path parameters. Here are examples of mnemonic notation: selects the primary boot path in BOOT FIETIJFIN with “no parameters”...
  • Page 56 Types RmURN to search for devices with the ISL program and hpux (load- er) utility in their LIF directory. The following screen appears: Searching for bootable devices. To terminate search, press and hold the ESCAPE key. Device Path Device Type Device Selection scsi.6.O...
  • Page 57: Islenvironment

    ISL Environment The ISL environment provides the means to load the operating system (HP–UX) environment. The ISL environment also provides an offline platform to execute diagnostic and utility programs from a boot device when HP–UX does not load. The ISL program is the first program loaded into main memory from an external media (L~~ disk.
  • Page 58: Running The Disk-Basedisl Diagnostics

    /’ Running the Disk– Based ISL Diagnostics To run the ISL–based diagnostics in the LIF directory on the System Disk: Invoke the ISL environment from the System Disk. Type 1s(or Iistf) after the ISL prompt to list the ISL diagnostics RETURN and utilities available in the LIF directory.
  • Page 59: Verifying The System Operation With Supportwave

    Verifying the System Operation with SupportWave HP–UX Version 9.0 uses a diagnostics product called SupportWave. To verify your system operation, SupportWave contains the Support Tools Manager. You can access the Support Tools Manager while in a terminal window: if you are using HP–...
  • Page 60 CSTM>Message from (0/0/0): This graphics test displays a number of graphics images on the If an X server screen of the graphics device being tested. not currently running on that display, X Windows will be started and run for the duration of the test.
  • Page 61: Field Replaceable Units

    Field Replaceable Units This chapter provides a list of the Field replaceable units (FRUS) and illustrations for the FRU removal and replacement. The tools required for FRU removal and replacement areas follows: #1 Phillips screwdriver with 100–mm (4–in.) blade with 150–mm (6–in.) blade Light–duty, flat –tipped screwdriver...
  • Page 62: Frulist

    Table 5 – 1 lists all the FRUS for the Model 735. Table 5-1. FRU List EXCHANGE PARTS Part Number Part Description A2095 –69510 Model 735 Processor Board A2095 –69033 Core 1/0 Board 525 –MB Single–Ended SCSI Disk Drive A2084-69001 A2084-69002 1.O–GB Single–Ended SCSI Disk Drive &...
  • Page 63 Table 5–1. FRUList (Cont.) NON-EXCHANGE PARTS Part Number Part Description A1094–6OO1O Single–Ended SCSI Disk Tray A2095-00016 Fast/Wide SCSI Disk Tray A1658–62018 Fast/Wide SCSI Cable (External) SCSI Terminator for Fast/Wide A1658–62024 A1094–616O4 Single–Ended SCSI Cable (Internal) A1094–616O6 SCSI Floppy Extender Cable (Internal) A1094–616O1 Single–Ended SCSI Cable (External) A1094–616O5...
  • Page 64: Pedestal Feet

    Figure 5– 1 through Figure 5– 15 illustrate how to remove the individual FRUS. Observe the notices and prerequisites for removing each FRU. Replacement is the reverse of removal, unless noted. Pedestal Feet Figure.5– 1. Removing Pedestal Feet Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 65: Top Cover

    Top Cover Before removing the top cover. remove the pedestal feet (if installed). “ IF’e- Figure 5–2. Removing Top Cover Screws Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 66 -,,’ Ii’ 6?’ r’ I/ / Figure 5–3. Lifiing Top Cover Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 67: Power Supply

    Power Supply Before removing the power supply remove the EISA card adapter assembly. Figure 5–4. Removing the Power Supply Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 68: Backplane/Fanassembly

    > Backplane/Fan Assembly Before removing the backplane/fan assembly, perform the following steps: . Remove the pedestal feet. . Remove the top cover. Remove the power supply. Remove the graphics card. . Remove the core 1/0 card. . Remove the processor cad. Figure 5–5.
  • Page 69 Larqe Figure 5– 6. Removing the Fans and Backplane AssenzbZy Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 70: Disk Drives

    Disk Drives Before removing the disk drives disconnect external SCSI cable. C@” Figure 5– 7. Removing the FirstDisk Drive 5-1o Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 71: Mounting The Disk Drive Assembly On The Disk Tray

    NT’ Figure 5–8. Mounting the Disk Drive Assembly on the Disk Tray SCSI Cable Connector ector Figure 5–9. Connecting Cables to the Disk Field Replaceable Units 5-11...
  • Page 72 Core 1/0 and Processor Board Before removing the Core 1/0 and Processor Boards, disconnect all internal and external cables. /’-1.. and Bulkhead Figure 5– 10. Removing the Core 1/0 and Processor Boards 5-12 Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 73: System Eeprom

    SCSI Speed Jum~ers Figure 5– Component Locations System EEPROM When replacing a processor board, remove the EEPROM from the failed proces- sor board and install it in the new/exchange processor board, as shown in Figure 5 – 11. Remove the EEPROM from the new processor and place it into the de~ectiveprocessor.
  • Page 74: Memory

    Memory Before removing the memory, perform the following steps: Remove the Core 1/0 Board. Remove the Processor Board. Figure 5– 12. Removing Mer.no~ Boards 5-14 Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 75 . The Model 735 processor board has 16—MB main memory resident (unre- movable). Therefore. the upgraded system will have 16 MB more main memory than the original system. . The SIMMS must be installed as pairs (two cards of the same capacity). .
  • Page 76: Calendar Battery

    Calendar Battery Before removing the calendar battery. remove the Core 1/0 Board. CAUTION: Discard battery according to manufacturer’s instructions. Fibg.we 5 – 13. Removing the Calendar Battery 5-16 Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 77: Lanslidermodule

    LAN Slider Module Before removing the LAN slider module, remove the Core 1/0 Board. Fi&qre5– 14. LAN SliderModule Removal Field Replaceable Units 5-17...
  • Page 78: Graphics Board

    Graphics Board Before removing the Graphics Board, disconnect cables. 5-18 Field Replaceable Units...
  • Page 79: Frontcontrolpanel

    .> ‘,, Front Control Panel Before removing the front control panel, perform the following steps: Remove the pedestal feet. Remove the top cover. Remove the disk tray. Figure 5– 15. Removing the Front Control Panel Field Replaceable Units 5-19...
  • Page 80: Diagrams

    Diagrams Figure 6 – 1 shows the system block diagram. Diagrams...
  • Page 81: System Unit Functional Block Diagram

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  • Page 82: Reference

    Reference This chapter provides part numbers and titles to documents which can be used for reference. Installation Manual A2095-90000 HP Apollo 9000 Series 700 Model 735 Hardware Installation Guide Service Manuals HP Apollo 9000 Series 700 Model 735 A2095 –90002” Customer Eng.
  • Page 83: Service Notes

    Service Notes Place service notes here. Service Notes...
  • Page 84 CPU removal, 5 – 12 block diagram, 6–2 boot admin mode, 4– 13 diagnostics, 4– 1 boot command notations, 4– 15 boot ROM, 4–1 boot failure, 4– 12 diagrams, block diagram, 6–2 boot paths, 4– 15 documentation, reference, 7– 1 boot ROM diagnostics, 4–...
  • Page 85 top cover, 5 –5 network, connector, 1–8 installing memory cards, 3 – 13 part numbers, 5 –2 ISL commands, 4– 17 pedestal feet removal, 5 –4 ISL diagnostics, 4– 18 power supply removal, 5 –7 ISL environment, 4– 15 preventive maintenance, 2–2 reference documentation, 7–...
  • Page 86 stable storage, 4– 14 toubleshooting, boot faliure, 4–12 SupportWave diagnostics, 4– 19 troubleshooting, 4– 1 ISL commands, 4– 17 ISL diagnostics, 4– 18 ISL environment, 4– 15 LED codes, 4–2’ terminators, 3 – 1 SupportWave diagnostics, top cover removal, 5 –5 4–19 Index–3...
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