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  • Page 3 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual Manual Code C120-E497-04EN Part No. 875-4322-13 July 2009, Revision A...
  • Page 4 Fujitsu Limited or Sun Microsystems, Inc., or any affiliate of either of them.
  • Page 5 Aucune partie de ce produit, de ces technologies ou de ce document ne peut être reproduite sous quelque forme que ce soit, par quelque moyen que ce soit, sans l’autorisation écrite préalable de Fujitsu Limited et de Sun Microsystems, Inc., et de leurs éventuels bailleurs de licence.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Internal System Cables for SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers 4 Internal System Cables for SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers 5 Front Panel Controls and Indicators on SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers 5 Rear Panel Components and Indicators on SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers Front Panel Controls and Indicators on SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers 9...
  • Page 8 ▼ Identify PSH-Detected Faults With fmdump 45 ▼ Clear PSH-Detected Faults 47 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Technology 30 keyswitch_state Set to normal 38 keyswitch_state Set to diag 38 diag_mode Set to off 38...
  • Page 9 Removing Power From the System 60 ▼ Power Off the Server (Service Processor Command) 60 ▼ Power Off the Server (Power Button - Graceful) 62 ▼ Power Off the Server (Emergency Shutdown) 62 ▼ Disconnect Power Cords From the Server Positioning the System for Servicing 62 ▼...
  • Page 10 Servers 98 Servicing the Air Duct 103 ▼ Remove the Air Duct 103 ▼ Install the Air Duct 104 Servicing PCIe/XAUI Risers 104 PCIe/XAUI Riser Overview 105 viii SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Button 83...
  • Page 11 Remove a PCIe or XAUI Card 109 ▼ Install a PCIe or XAUI Card 109 PCIe and XAUI Card Reference for SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers 112 PCIe and XAUI Card Reference for SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers 113 Servicing the Battery 114 System Battery Overview 114 ▼...
  • Page 12 Servicing the Hard Drive Backplane 156 Hard Drive Backplane Overview 157 ▼ Remove the Hard Drive Backplane 157 ▼ Install the Hard Drive Backplane 159 Servicing Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies 160 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 13 Power On the Server Using the poweron Command 181 ▼ Power On the Server Using the Front Panel Power Button 182 Identifying FRUs in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers 183 Motherboard Components in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers 184 I/O Components in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers 186...
  • Page 14 Internal Cables for Onboard SAS Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers 190 HDD Data Cable Routing for SAS RAID Controller Cards in Four-Disk Capable SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers 193 HDD Data Cable Routing for SAS RAID Controller Cards in Eight-Disk...
  • Page 15: Preface

    Use the product according to this manual. Before You Read This Document To fully use the information in this document, you must have thorough knowledge of the topics discussed in the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Product Notes. xiii...
  • Page 16 This manual is organized as described below: Identifying Server Components ■ Identifies key components of the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers, including major boards and internal system cables, as well as front and rear panel features. Detecting and Managing Faults ■...
  • Page 17: Related Documentation

    The latest versions of all the SPARC Enterprise Series manuals are available at the following Web sites: Global Site (http://www.fujitsu.com/sparcenterprise/manual/) Japanese Site (http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/sparcenterprise/manual/) Title SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server Getting Started Guide SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server Getting Started Guide For Models That Run on DC Input Power SPARC Enterprise T5240 Server Getting Started Guide...
  • Page 18 External I/O Expansion Unit Installation and Service Manual External I/O Expansion Unit Product Notes SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Description Detailed rackmounting, cabling, power on, and configuring information How to run diagnostics to troubleshoot the...
  • Page 19: Text Conventions

    Note – Product Notes are available on the website only. Please check for the recent update on your product. UNIX Commands This document might not contain information on basic UNIX procedures such as shutting down the system, booting the system, and configuring devices.
  • Page 20: Conventions For Alert Messages

    Caution – This indicates that surfaces are hot and might cause personal injury if touched. Avoid contact. xviii SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Prompt Notations machine-name% machine-name# ->...
  • Page 21: Alert Messages In The Text

    A space of one line precedes and follows an alert statement. Caution – The following tasks regarding this product and the optional products provided from Fujitsu should only be performed by a certified service engineer. Users must not perform these tasks. Incorrect operation of these tasks may cause malfunction.
  • Page 22 Caution – This indicates that hazardous voltages are present. To reduce the risk of electric shock and danger to personal health, follow the instructions. Task Maintenance SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Warning Damage The server is heavy. Two persons are required to remove it from the rack.
  • Page 23 Caution – This indicates that surfaces are hot and might cause personal injury if touched. Avoid contact. Task Warning Maintenance Extremely hot Some components on the motherboard might be hot. Use caution when handling the motherboard, especially near the CPU heat sink. FB-DIMMs and heat sinks on the motherboard may be hot.
  • Page 24 Maintenance and inspections (repairing, and regular diagnosis and maintenance) ■ Caution – The following tasks regarding this product and the optional products provided from Fujitsu should only be performed by a certified service engineer. Users must not perform these tasks. Incorrect operation of these tasks may cause malfunction.
  • Page 25 Alert Label The following is a label attached to this product: Never peel off the label. ■ The following label provides information to the users of this product. ■ Preface xxiii...
  • Page 26 URL. For Users in U.S.A., Canada, and Mexico: (https://download.computers.us.fujitsu.com/) For Users in Other Countries: (http://www.fujitsu.com/global/contact/computing/sparce_index.ht xxiv SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 27: Identifying Server Components

    Identifying Server Components These topics identify key components of the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers, including major boards and internal system cables, as well as front and rear panel features. “Infrastructure Boards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on page 2 ■...
  • Page 28: Infrastructure Boards In Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    Infrastructure Boards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers are based on a 1U chassis family. The following table provides a summary of the circuit boards used in these servers. Board Motherboard Power distribution board Paddle card Fan power boards (2)
  • Page 29: Infrastructure Boards In Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    “Identifying FRUs in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on page 183 ■ “Identifying FRUs in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers” on page 195 ■ Infrastructure Boards in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers SPARC Enterprise T5240 servers are based on a 2U chassis family. The following table provides a summary of the circuit boards used in these servers.
  • Page 30: Internal System Cables For Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    Hard drive data cable Related Information “Identifying FRUs in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on page 183 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Description This board includes the connectors for the hard drives. This board also contains the...
  • Page 31: Internal System Cables For Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    Front Panel Controls and Indicators on SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers The following figure shows the layout of the T5140 server front panel, including the power and system locator buttons and the various status and fault LEDs. Note – The front panel also provides access to internal hard drives, the removable media drive, and the two front USB ports.
  • Page 32 Figure Legend Locator LED and button Service Required LED Power OK LED Power button SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Hard Drive map Power Supply Service Required LED Overtemp LED Fan Module Service Required LED...
  • Page 33 The following table provides descriptions of these controls and indicators. Front Panel Controls and Indicators (SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers) TABLE: LED or Button Icon or Label Description Locator LED The Locator LED can be turned on to identify a particular system. When on, it and button blinks rabidly.
  • Page 34: Rear Panel Components And Indicators On Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    The following figure shows the layout of the connectors associated with the system I/O ports, PCIe ports, 10 Gbit Ethernet (XAUI) ports (if equipped) and power supplies on the rear panel of SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers. It also shows the locations of the rear panel LEDs.
  • Page 35: Front Panel Controls And Indicators On Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    The following table provides descriptions of the LEDs located on the rear panel. Rear Panel LED Indicators (SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers) TABLE: LED or Button Icon or Label Description Locator LED The Locator LED can be turned on to identify a particular system. When on, it and button blinks rabidly.
  • Page 36 Figure Legend Locator LED and button Service Required LED Power OK LED Power button SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Power Supply Service Required LED Overtemp LED Fan Module Service Required LED Hard Drive map...
  • Page 37 The following table provides descriptions of these controls and indicators. Front Panel Controls and Indicators (SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers) TABLE: LED or Button Icon or Label Description Locator LED The Locator LED can be turned on to identify a particular system. When on, it and button blinks rabidly.
  • Page 38: Rear Panel Components And Indicators On Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    PCIe 3 PCIe/XAUI 0 PCIe 4 PCIe/XAUI 1 PCIe 5 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 PCIe 2 Rear panel status LEDs Serial management port Network management port Gigabit Ethernet ports (0, 1, 2, 3)
  • Page 39 The following table provides descriptions of the LEDs located on the rear panel. LED Indicators on the SPARC Enterprise T5240 Server Rear Panel TABLE: LED or Button Icon or Label Description Locator LED The Locator LED can be turned on to identify a particular system. When on, it and button blinks rabidly.
  • Page 40: Status Leds For Ethernet Ports And The Network Management Port

    * The NET MGT port only operates in 100-Mbps or 10-Mbps so the speed indicator LED will be green or off (never amber). Related Information “LED Overview” on page 21 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Color Description Amber Speed indicator: •...
  • Page 41: Detecting And Managing Faults

    ■ page 50 “Detecting Faults Using SunVTS Software” on page 53 ■ Related Information “Identifying FRUs in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on page 183 ■ “Identifying FRUs in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers” on page 195 ■ Diagnostic Tools Overview The service processor provides a range of system management and diagnostic tools that enable you to monitor server operations and troubleshoot server problems.
  • Page 42: Service Processor Interfaces

    CMT servers. The ALOM CMT compatibility shell prompt looks like this: sc> Note – Unless indicated otherwise, all examples of interaction with the service processor are depicted with ILOM shell commands. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 43: Diagnostics Tools Quick Reference

    Multiple service processor accounts can be active concurrently. A user can issue ILOM shell commands while logged in under one account and, at the same time, issue ALOM CMT shell commands while operating in another account. Related Information “Diagnostics Tools Quick Reference” on page 17 ■...
  • Page 44 Diagnostics Flowchart FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 45 The Power OK LED is located on the front and rear of and AC Present the chassis. LEDs on the server. The AC Present LED is located on the rear of the server (Flowchart item 1) on each power supply. If these LEDs are not on, check the power source and power connections to the server.
  • Page 46 If you are unable to (Flowchart item 9) determine the cause of the problem, contact your service representative for support. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Additional Information • “Faults Displayed by show faulty”...
  • Page 47: Led Overview

    LED Overview The server provides the following groups of LEDs: Front panel system LEDs ■ Rear panel system LEDs ■ Hard drive LEDs ■ Power supply LEDs ■ Fan module LEDs ■ Rear panel Ethernet port LEDs ■ FB-DIMM Locate LEDs ■...
  • Page 48: Detecting Faults With Ilom

    Related Information .“POST Overview” on page 35 ■ “ILOM Properties that Affect POST Behavior” on page 35 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Additional Information See these sections: • “Hard Drive Servicing Overview” on page 69 •...
  • Page 49: Ilom Troubleshooting Overview

    ILOM Troubleshooting Overview ILOM enables you to remotely run diagnostics such as power-on self-test (POST), that would otherwise require physical proximity to the server’s serial port. You can also configure ILOM to send email alerts of hardware failures, hardware warnings, and other events related to the server or to ILOM.
  • Page 50: Methods For Connecting To The Service Processor

    For general information about ILOM, see the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Concepts Guide. For detailed information about ILOM features that are specific to this server, see the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Supplement for SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers. Methods for Connecting to the Service Processor Before you can run ILOM commands, you must connect to the service processor.
  • Page 51: How To Switch From The System Console To The Service Processor

    How to Switch From the System Console to the Service Processor The following example shows the character sequence (hash-period) used to change from the system console to the service processor: ok #. How to Switch From the Service Processor to the System Console The following example showiest ILOM command for changing from the service processor to the system console:...
  • Page 52: Service-Related Ilom Command Summary

    /HOST send_break_action=break set /SYS/component clear_fault_action=true start /SP/console show /SP/console/history SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 ALOM CMT Command help [command] break [-y][-c][-D] • -y skips the confirmation question. • -c executes a console command after the break command completes.
  • Page 53 • -y enables you to skip the confirmation question when setting the keyswitch to stby. Description Controls the host server OpenBoot PROM firmware method of booting. Performs a poweroff followed by poweron. Powers off the host server. Powers on the host server.
  • Page 54 (No ILOM equivalent.) show /SYS keyswitch_state show /SYS/LOCATE show /SP/logs/event/list show /HOST SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 ALOM CMT Command setlocator value [on | off] showenvironment showfaults [-v] showfru [-g lines] [-s | -d] [FRU] •...
  • Page 55: Faults Displayed By Show Faulty

    Related Information “Managing Components With Automatic System Recovery Commands” on ■ page 50 Faults Displayed by show faulty The ILOM show faulty command will display the following kinds of fault information. Environmental faults ■ Invalid configurations ■ Faults detected during POST session ■...
  • Page 56: Example Of Show Faulty Output When No Fault Is Present

    /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | sp_detected_fault faults/0 Example of show faulty Output for Faults Detected by SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 | Value | Value | /SYS/FANBD0/FM0 | Dec 14 23:01:32 | Dec 14 23:01:32 faults/0...
  • Page 57: Technology

    PSH Technology -> show faulty Target | Property --------------------+------------------------+------------------------------- /SP/faultmgmt/0 | fru /SP/faultmgmt/0 | timestamp /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | sunw-msg-id faults/0 /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | uuid faults/0 /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | timestamp faults/0 Related Information “Clear FRU Faults Manually” on page 31“Display FRU Information With the show ■...
  • Page 58: Display Fru Information With The Show Command

    The default shell for the service processor is the ILOM shell. You can use the ALOM CMT compatibility shell to emulate the ALOM CMT interface that was supported on an earlier generation of CMT servers. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 59 The service processor sends email alerts to all ALOM CMT users that are logged in. It also enters the event in the ILOM event log. 1. Log onto the service processor with username root. When powered on, the service processor boots to the ILOM login prompt. The factory default password is changeme.
  • Page 60: Detecting Faults With Post

    “POST Overview” on page 35 ■ “ILOM Properties that Affect POST Behavior” on page 35 ■ “Examples of POST Management” on page 37 ■ “POST Output Quick Reference” on page 42 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Step...
  • Page 61: Post Overview

    POST Overview Power-on self-test (POST) is a group of PROM-based tests that run when the server is powered on or when it is reset. POST checks the basic integrity of the critical hardware components in the server (CMP, memory, and I/O subsystem).
  • Page 62 The following flowchart is a graphic illustration of the same set of ILOM set command variables. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Values Description The system can power on and run POST (based on the other parameter settings).
  • Page 63: Examples Of Post Management

    Flowchart of ILOM Properties Used to Manage POST Operations FIGURE: Examples of POST Management This topic shows examples of the ILOM set command being used to configure POST behavior. The examples illustrate only a subset of the ILOM properties that can be used to control POST operations.
  • Page 64: Keyswitch_State Set To Normal

    Set ‘diag_mode’ to ‘service’ Related Information “ILOM Properties that Affect POST Behavior” on page 35 ■ “Run POST in Maximum Mode” on page 39 ■ “Clear POST-Detected Faults” on page 41 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 65: Run Post In Maximum Mode

    Are you sure you want to start /SYS (y/n)? y Starting /SYS Note – The server takes about one minute to power off. 3. Switch to the system console to view the POST output. The following is an partial example of POST output.
  • Page 66 /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | timestamp faults/0 /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | sp_detected_fault faults/0 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 : Neptune 1G Loopback Test - for a summary of the syntax used | Value | /SYS/MB/CMP0/BR1/CH0/D0 | Dec 21 16:40:56...
  • Page 67: Clear Post-Detected Faults

    Note – The system can boot and run using memory that was not disabled. Related Information “Clear POST-Detected Faults” on page 41 ■ “Examples of POST Management” on page 37 ■ “POST Output Quick Reference” on page 42 ■ ▼ Clear POST-Detected Faults In most cases, when POST detects a faulty component, POST logs the fault and automatically takes the failed component out of operation by placing the component in the ASR blacklist.
  • Page 68: Post Output Quick Reference

    In this syntax, c = the core number, s = the strand number. Warning messages use the following syntax: WARNING: message Informational messages use the following syntax: INFO: message SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Step | Property | Value...
  • Page 69: Managing Faults Using The Psh Feature

    The following example. POST reports a memory error at FB-DIMM location /SYS/MB/CMP0/BR1/CH0/D0. The error was detected by POST running on core 7, strand 2. 7:2> 7:2>ERROR: TEST = Data Bitwalk 7:2>H/W under test = /SYS/MB/CMP0/BR1/CH0/D0 7:2>Repair Instructions: Replace items in order listed by 'H/W under test' above.
  • Page 70: Solaris Psh Feature Overview

    EVENT-TIME: Wed Sep 14 10:09:46 EDT 2005 PLATFORM: SUNW,system_name, CSN: -, HOSTNAME: wgs48-37 SOURCE: cpumem-diagnosis, REV: 1.5 EVENT-ID: f92e9fbe-735e-c218-cf87-9e1720a28004 DESC: The number of errors associated with this memory module has exceeded SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 71: Identify Psh-Detected Faults With Fmdump

    acceptable levels. Refer to http://sun.com/msg/SUN4V-8000-DX for more information. AUTO-RESPONSE: Pages of memory associated with this memory module are being removed from service as errors are reported. IMPACT: Total system memory capacity will be reduced as pages are retired. REC-ACTION: Schedule a repair procedure to replace the affected memory module. Use fmdump -v -u <EVENT_ID>...
  • Page 72 Major Description The number of errors associated with this CPU has exceeded acceptable levels. Automated Response The fault manager will attempt to remove the affected CPU from service. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 SUNW-MSG-ID...
  • Page 73: Clear Psh-Detected Faults

    In cases where the fault condition is not automatically cleared, the fault must be cleared manually. 1. After replacing a faulty FRU, power on the server. 2. At the ILOM prompt, use the show faulty command to identify PSH detected faults.
  • Page 74: Viewing Solaris Os Messages

    The error logging daemon, syslogd, automatically records various system warnings, errors, and faults in message files. These messages can alert you to system problems such as a device that is about to fail. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 75: View The System Message Log Files

    ■ ASR Overview The ASR feature enables the server to automatically configure failed components out of operation until they can be replaced. In the server, the following components are managed by the ASR feature: UltraSPARC T2 Plus processor strands ■...
  • Page 76: Display System Components

    ■ ▼ Display System Components The show components command displays the system components (asrkeys) and reports their status. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Description Displays system components and their current state. Removes a component from the asr-db blacklist, where asrkey is the component to enable.
  • Page 77: Display System Components

    This adds the component to the ASR blacklist. 1. At the -> prompt, set the component_state property to Disabled. -> set /SYS/MB/CMP0/BR1/CH0/D0 component_state=Disabled 2. Reset the server so that the ASR command takes effect. -> stop /SYS Are you sure you want to stop /SYS (y/n)? y...
  • Page 78: Disable System Components

    Related Information “View the System Message Log Files” on page 49 ■ “Display System Components” on page 51 ■ “Disable System Components” on page 52 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 79: Enable System Components

    SunVTS software also supports a TTY user interface and a command-line interface (CLI). All three interfaces are described in the SunVTS Software User’s Guide. 1. Start the agent and Javabridge on the server. # cd /usr/sunvts/bin # ./startsunvts 2.
  • Page 80: Run The Sunvts Software

    Note – Use the System Excerciser – High Stress Mode to test system operations. Use the Component Stress – High setting for the highest stress possible. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Field Replaceable Units Exercised by Tests...
  • Page 81 6. Click the Start button to start the test process. Status and error messages appear in the test messages area located across the bottom of the window. You can stop testing at any time by clicking the Stop button Status and error messages appear in the test messages area spread across the bottom of the window.
  • Page 82 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 83: Preparing To Service The System

    Preparing to Service the System These topics describe how to prepare the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers for servicing. “General Safety Information” on page 57 ■ “Essential Tools” on page 59 ■ “Removing Power From the System” on page 60 ■...
  • Page 84: Electrostatic Discharge Safety Measures

    Note – An antistatic wrist strap is no longer included in the accessory kit for the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers. However, antistatic wrist straps are still included with options. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 85: Antistatic Mat

    You can find the chassis serial number on a sticker located on the front of the server and on another sticker on the side of the server. If it is not convenient to read either sticker, you can run the ILOM show /SYS command to obtain the chassis serial number.
  • Page 86: Removing Power From The System

    You can use the service processor to perform a graceful shutdown of the server, and to ensure that all of your data is saved and the server is ready for restart. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 87 Depending on the type of problem, you might want to view server status or log files. You also might want to run diagnostics before you shut down the server. Refer to the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide for log file information.
  • Page 88: Power Off The Server (Power Button - Graceful)

    These topics explain how to position the system so you can access the components that need servicing. “Extend the Server to the Maintenance Position” on page 63 ■ “Remove the Server From the Rack” on page 64 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 89: Extend The Server To The Maintenance Position

    ■ SCC module ■ If the server is installed in a rack with extendable slide rails, use this procedure to extend the server to the maintenance position. 1. (Optional) Use the set /SYS/LOCATE command from the -> prompt to locate the system that requires maintenance.
  • Page 90: Remove The Server From The Rack

    Motherboard ■ Power distribution board ■ Power supply backplane (SPARC Enterprise T5240 server) ■ Paddle card ■ Disk cage ■ Hard drive backplane ■ Front panel light-pipe assemblies ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 91 3. Press the metal lever that is located on the inner side of the rail to disconnect the cable management arm (CMA) from the rail assembly, as shown in the following figure. The CMA is still attached to the cabinet, but the server chassis is now disconnected from the CMA. Metal Lever and Cable Management Arm...
  • Page 92 A release tab is located on each rail. Release Tabs and Slide Assembly FIGURE: 5. Set the server on a sturdy work surface. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 93: Accessing Internal Components

    A disposable ESD mat (shipped with some replacement parts or optional ■ system components) 2. Attach an antistatic wrist strap. When servicing or removing server components, attach an antistatic strap to your wrist and then to a metal area on the chassis. Related Information “General Safety Information” on page 57 ■...
  • Page 94 Removing the Top Cover FIGURE: 3. Remove the top cover. Lift up and remove the cover. The figure above shows the SPARC Enterprise T5140 server. The SPARC Enterprise T5240 server is similar. Related Information “Install the Top Cover” on page 177 ■...
  • Page 95: Servicing Hard Drives

    ■ Hard Drive Servicing Overview Hard drives in SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers are capable of being removed and installed while the server is running. This feature, referred to as being hot-pluggable, depends on how the hard drives are configured.
  • Page 96: Hard Drive Leds

    Note – The OK/Activity LED has slightly different behavior for SSDs than for disk-based drives. This difference is described in the table that follows the figure. Hard Drive LEDs FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 97: Remove A Hard Drive

    ■ ▼ Remove a Hard Drive Removing a hard drive from the server is a three-step process. You must first identify the drive you wish to remove, unconfigure that drive from the server, and then manually remove the drive from the chassis.
  • Page 98 This LED will help you identify which drive is unconfigured and can be removed. 4. On the drive you plan to remove, push the hard drive release button to open the latch. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Type Receptacle...
  • Page 99: Install A Hard Drive

    ■ ▼ Install a Hard Drive Installing a hard drive into the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers is a two-step process. You must first install a hard drive into the desired drive slot. Then you must configure that drive to the server.
  • Page 100 Note – SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers might have up to seven blank panels covering unoccupied drive slots. SPARC Enterprise T5240 servers might have as many as fifteen blank panels covering unoccupied hard drive slots. 2. Align the replacement drive to the drive slot.
  • Page 101 4. At the Solaris prompt, type the cfgadm -al command. This will list all drives in the device tree, including drives that are not configured. # cfgadm -al This command should identify the Ap_id for the hard drive you plan to remove, as shown below.
  • Page 102 “Four-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference” on page 77 ■ “Eight-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference” on page 78 ■ “Sixteen-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference” on page 79 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Type Receptacle scsi-bus connected disk...
  • Page 103: Four-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference

    Four-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference The following table shows the physical hard drive locations in a four-drive capable backplane. Physical Drive Locations in a Four-Drive Capable Backplane TABLE: HDD0 HDD1 The following table matches the FRU names and the default OpenBoot PROM/Solaris drive pathnames with the physical drive locations in a four-drive capable backplane.
  • Page 104: Eight-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference

    “Remove a Hard Drive” on page 71 ■ “Four-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference” on page 77 ■ “Sixteen-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference” on page 79 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 HDD3 HDD5 HDD2 HDD4 FRU Name...
  • Page 105: Sixteen-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference

    Sixteen-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference The following table identifies the hard drive slot numbering in a sixteen-drive capable backplane. Physical Drive Locations in a Sixteen-Drive Capable Backplane TABLE: HDD3 HDD7 HDD2 HDD6 HDD1 HDD5 HDD0 HDD4 The following table matches the FRU names and the default OpenBoot PROM/Solaris drive pathnames with the physical drive locations in a sixteen-drive capable backplane.
  • Page 106 ■ “Four-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference” on page 77 ■ “Eight-Drive Capable Backplane Configuration Reference” on page 78 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 FRU Address OpenBoot PROM/Solaris Default Drive Pathname /SYS/HDD14 c0::dsk/c1t14d0 /SYS/HDD15...
  • Page 107: Servicing Motherboard Components

    118 “Servicing the Motherboard Assembly” on page 122 ■ Related Information “Infrastructure Boards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on page 2 ■ Servicing FB-DIMMs These topics explain how to identify, locate, and replace faulty FB-DIMMs. They also describe procedures for upgrading memory capacity and provide guidelines for achieving and maintaining valid memory configurations.
  • Page 108: Memory Fault Handling Overview

    “PSH-Detected Fault Console Message” on page 45 ■ “Identify Faulty FB-DIMMs Using the show faulty Command” on page 83 ■ “Identify Faulty FB-DIMMs Using the FB-DIMM Fault Locator Button” on page 83 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 109: Identify Faulty Fb-Dimms Using The Show Faulty Command

    Use the FB-DIMM Fault Locator button to identify faulty FB-DIMMs. This button is located on the motherboard. 1. Extend the server to the maintenance position. “Extend the Server to the Maintenance Position” on page 2. Disconnect power from the server. “Removing Power From the System” on page 3.
  • Page 110: Remove Fb-Dimms

    Caution – Do not leave FB-DIMM slots empty. You must install filler panels in all empty FB-DIMM slots. If the server includes a memory mezzanine, this caution applies to those FB-DIMM slots as well. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 “General Safety Information” on page...
  • Page 111 “Disconnect Power Cords From the Server” on page 3. Remove the top cover. “Remove the Top Cover” on page 4. For SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers, disconnect and stow the hard drive data cable: a. Unplug the hard drive data cable from J6401 on the motherboard.
  • Page 112: Install Replacement Fb-Dimms

    Note – If the server is already extended and open, begin the procedure at 1. Extend the server to the maintenance position. “Extend the Server to the Maintenance Position” on page SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 through Step 9 for any other FB-DIMMs you intend to remove.
  • Page 113 “Disconnect Power Cords From the Server” on page 62 3. Remove the top cover. “Remove the Top Cover” on page 67 4. (SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers) Disconnect and stow the hard drive data cable: a. Unplug the hard drive data cable from J6401 on the motherboard.
  • Page 114: Verify Successful Replacement Of Faulty Fb-Dimms

    If show faulty indicates a POST-detected the fault go to ■ If show faulty indicates a host-detected fault (output displays a UUID), go ■ directly to SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 through Step 8 until all new FB-DIMMs are installed. 177.
  • Page 115 Are you sure you want to start /SYS (y/n)? y Starting /SYS Note – The server takes about one minute to power off. Use the show /HOST command to determine when the host has been powered off. The console will display status=Powered Off.
  • Page 116 If the show faulty command reports a fault with a UUID go on to show faulty does not report a fault with a UUID, you are done with the verification process. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 for guidance in troubleshooting the | Value...
  • Page 117: Upgrade Memory Configuration With Additional Fb-Dimms

    1. Unpack the replacement FB-DIMMs and place them on an antistatic mat. 2. (SPARC Enterprise T5140 server) Disconnect and stow the hard drive data cable. a. Unplug the hard drive data cable from J6401 on the motherboard. b. Remove the hard drive data cable from its seat on the CMP air duct.
  • Page 118 9. Rotate the air duct back into its operating position. The air duct snaps into position above the CMP and memory modules. 10. (SPARC Enterprise T5140 server) Reconnect the hard drive data cable. a. Route the hard drive data cable over the fan module and along the air duct.
  • Page 119 -> start /SYS Are you sure you want to start /SYS (y/n)? y Starting /SYS Note – The server takes about one minute to power off. The ILOM console does not indicate when the system is actually powered off. 177.
  • Page 120: Fb-Dimm Configuration Guidelines For Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    ■ page 98 FB-DIMM Configuration Guidelines for SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers When planning FB-DIMM upgrades to SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers, observe the following memory configuration guidelines: The motherboard has 16 slots that support industry-standard FB-DIMMs. ■ Use only 1.5-volt FB-DIMMs in SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers.
  • Page 121 SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers support these FB-DIMM configurations: ■ 8 FB-DIMMs (Group 1 in ■ Enterprise T5140 Servers on page 12 FB-DIMMs (Groups 1 and 2 in ■ Enterprise T5140 Servers on page 16 FB-DIMMs (Groups 1, 2, and 3 in ■...
  • Page 122 Physical FB-DIMM Locations in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 123 The following table identifies the order in which FB-DIMMS must be added when upgrading the memory capacity of a SPARC Enterprise T5140 server. FB-DIMM Configuration Installation Map (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) TABLE: Branch Name Channel Name FRU Name CMP 0,...
  • Page 124: Fb-Dimm Configuration Guidelines For Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    When planning FB-DIMM upgrades to SPARC Enterprise T5240 servers, observe the following memory configuration guidelines: The motherboard has 16 slots that support industry-standard FB-DIMMs. ■ Use only 1.5-volt FB-DIMMs in SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers. ■ SPARC Enterprise T5240 servers support three FB-DIMM configurations: ■...
  • Page 125 FB-DIMM Configuration on Motherboard (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) FIGURE: The following figure shows the physical location for the FB-DIMMs on the motherboard in a SPARC Enterprise T5240 server. Servicing Motherboard Components...
  • Page 126 24 FB-DIMMs (Groups 1,2, 3, and 4) (fully populated motherboard + 8 FB-DIMM ■ slots in the memory mezzanine assembly) 32 FB-DIMMs (Groups 1,2, 3, 4, and 5) (fully populated motherboard + fully ■ populated memory mezzanine assembly) SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 127 The following table identifies the order in which FB-DIMMS must be added when upgrading the memory capacity of a SPARC Enterprise T5240 server. These groups are shown in FB-DIMM Configuration With Memory Mezzanine Assembly (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) FIGURE: The following table identifies the order in which FB-DIMMS must be added when upgrading the memory capacity of a SPARC Enterprise T5240 server.
  • Page 128: Related Information

    “FB-DIMM Configuration Guidelines for SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on ■ page 94 “Identify Faulty FB-DIMMs Using the show faulty Command” on page 83 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 FRU Name /SYS/MB/CMP1/BR0/CH0/D0 /SYS/MB/CMP1/BR0/CH0/D1 /SYS/MB/CMP1/BR0/CH1/D0...
  • Page 129: Servicing The Air Duct

    Caution – To prevent the system from overheating, ensure that the air duct is correctly installed before powering on the server. 1. Slide the system out of the rack. “Extend the Server to the Maintenance Position” on page 2. Remove the top cover. “Remove the Top Cover” on page 67 3.
  • Page 130: Install The Air Duct

    “Remove a PCIe or XAUI Card” on page 109 ■ “Install a PCIe or XAUI Card” on page 109 ■ “PCIe and XAUI Card Reference for SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on page 112 ■ “PCIe and XAUI Card Reference for SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers” on page 113 ■...
  • Page 131: Pcie/Xaui Riser Overview

    Caution – This procedure requires that you handle components that are sensitive to static discharge. This sensitivity can cause the component to fail. Caution – Ensure that all power is removed from the server before removing or installing expansion cards. You must disconnect the power cords before performing this procedure.
  • Page 132 Related Information “Install a PCIe/XAUI Riser” on page 107 ■ “Remove a PCIe or XAUI Card” on page 109 ■ “Install a PCIe or XAUI Card” on page 109 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 133: Install A Pcie/Xaui Riser

    1. Lower the PCIe/XAUI riser and any cards attached to it into the system. Note – PCIe/XAUI and PCIe risers have keyed connectors to prevent incorrect installation on the motherboard. The following figure illustrates this step for SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers. Installing the PCIe/XAUI Riser (SPARC Enterprise T5140) FIGURE: The following figure illustrates the same process for SPARC Enterprise T5240 servers.
  • Page 134 Related Information “Remove a PCIe/XAUI Riser” on page 105 ■ “Remove a PCIe or XAUI Card” on page 109 ■ “Install a PCIe or XAUI Card” on page 109 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 135: Remove A Pcie Or Xaui Card

    6. Place the PCIe/XAUI card on an antistatic mat. 7. If you are not replacing the PCIe/XAUI card, install a PCIe/XAUI filler panel. SPARC Enterprise T5140: PCIe filler panels are located in the removable PCI ■ cross beam. Press the filler panel into the cross beam from the rear.
  • Page 136 “Remove a PCIe/XAUI Riser” on page 105 5. Remove the PCI filler panel. SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers: PCIe filler panels are located in the removable ■ PCI cross beam. Press the filler panel in from the rear until it snaps into place, as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 137 “Install the Top Cover” on page 177 9. Slide the server into the rack. “Return the Server to the Normal Rack Position” on page 10. Connect any data cables required to the PCIe/XAUI card. Route data cables through the cable management arm.
  • Page 138: Pcie And Xaui Card Reference For Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    ‡ PCIe controller 1 also supports the on-board Ethernet controller for the NET0, NET1, NET2, and NET3 ports. ** PCIe controller 0 also supports the on-board storage controllers for the hard drives, DVD, and USB ports. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 PCIe 1/XAUI 1...
  • Page 139: Pcie And Xaui Card Reference For Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    PCIe and XAUI Card Reference for SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers The following table shows the physical PCIe/XAUI slot locations on the SPARC Enterprise T5240 server, as viewed from the rear of the system. FB-DIMM Configuration Installation Map (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) TABLE:...
  • Page 140: Servicing The Battery

    If the server fails to maintain the proper time when it is powered off and not connected to a network, replace the battery. The following figure shows the battery location on the SPARC Enterprise T5140. The SPARC Enterprise T5240 is in a similar location.
  • Page 141: Remove A Battery

    Battery Location (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server Shown) FIGURE: Related Information “Remove a Battery” on page 115 ■ “Install a Battery” on page 116 ■ ▼ Remove a Battery 1. Remove PCIe/XAUI riser 2. “Remove a PCIe/XAUI Riser” on page 2. Using a No. 1 flat-blade screwdriver, press the clip away from the battery and pull the battery up and out of its holder.
  • Page 142: Install A Battery

    ILOM. If you are replacing a motherboard, you must move the SCC module from the old motherboard to the new one. Related Information “Remove the SCC Module” on page 117 ■ “Install the SCC Module” on page 117 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 143: Remove The Scc Module

    Depending on how the firmware is configured, the system might boot at this time. 8. Power on the server. “Power On the Server Using the poweron Command” on page 181 On the Server Using the Front Panel Power Button” on page 105.
  • Page 144: Servicing The Memory Mezzanine Assembly (Sparc Enterprise T5240)

    ▼ Remove a Memory Mezzanine Assembly Caution – This procedure requires that you handle components that are sensitive to static discharge. Static discharges can cause the components to fail. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 145 1. Power off the server. “Removing Power From the System” on page 60 2. Attach an antistatic wrist strap. 3. Remove the top cover. “Remove the Top Cover” on page 67 4. Remove the shipping bracket. Note – The shipping bracket is not required for normal system operation. Some systems might not have a shipping bracket installed.
  • Page 146: Install A Memory Mezzanine Assembly

    2. Ensure that the release levers are extended. 3. Lower the memory mezzanine assembly into the chassis. Ensure that the connectors between the memory mezzanine assembly and the motherboard are aligned. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 147 Installing the Memory Mezzanine Assembly FIGURE: 4. Close the levers to lock the memory mezzanine assembly into place. 5. Install the memory riser air duct. Installing the Memory Mezzanine Air Duct FIGURE: 6. (Optional) Install the shipping bracket. Two captive screws secure the shipping bracket. 7.
  • Page 148: Servicing The Motherboard Assembly

    Note – This procedure requires removing the server from the rack. Caution – The server is heavy. Two people are required to remove it from the rack. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 “Power 182.
  • Page 149: Remove The Motherboard Assembly

    ▼ Remove the Motherboard Assembly Caution – This procedure requires that you handle components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. This discharge can cause server components to fail. 1. Run the showrc command and make a note of any SP variables that have been modified from the factory default.
  • Page 150 Caution – Some components on the motherboard might be hot. Use caution when handling the motherboard, especially near the CMP heat sinks. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 151: Install The Motherboard Assembly

    Removing the Motherboard Assembly (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server Shown) FIGURE: 16. Place the motherboard assembly on an antistatic mat. Related Information “Install the Motherboard Assembly” on page 125 ■ ▼ Install the Motherboard Assembly Caution – This procedure requires that you handle components that are sensitive to static discharge.
  • Page 152 Note – When you reinstall the motherboard, you must use the correct screws to attach the motherboard to the bus bar. 5. If you are installing a new motherboard, install the following components: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 153 “Install the SCC Module” on page 6. Connect the hard drive data cables. For cable routing instructions, see whichever of the following topics apply: “Internal Cables for Onboard SAS Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 ■ Servers” on page 190 “Internal Cables for Onboard SAS Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5240...
  • Page 154 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 155: Servicing Fan Modules

    CPU modules. They are accessed by lifting the top cover door. The default number of fan modules installed in the server is different for the two server models: SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers contain at least six fan modules. ■ SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers contain at least five fan modules.
  • Page 156: Fan Module Configurations For Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers (4- And 8-Disk Capable)

    T5140 Servers (4- and 8-Disk Capable) The following table shows the FRU device names for the fan modules in the four hard drive capable SPARC Enterprise T5140 server. Fan Module Locations and FRU Names for SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers With a 4-Disk TABLE: Capable Backplane...
  • Page 157: Fan Module Status Leds

    LED will turn on and an error message will be logged as well as displayed on the system console. Related Information “Front Panel Controls and Indicators on SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on ■ page 5 “Rear Panel Components and Indicators on SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on ■...
  • Page 158 60 seconds. 3. The faulty fan module is identified with a corresponding fault LED. On SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers, the Fan Fault LEDs are located on the fan board. On SPARC Enterprise T5240 servers, the Fan Fault LEDs are located on the fan modules.
  • Page 159: Install A Fan Module

    Related Information “Extend the Server to the Maintenance Position” on page 63 ■ ▼ Install a Fan Module Caution – To ensure proper system cooling, be certain to install the replacement fan module in the same slot from which the faulty fan was removed.
  • Page 160 Related Information “Extend the Server to the Maintenance Position” on page 63 ■ “Faults Displayed by show faulty” on page 29 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 for more information on using the...
  • Page 161: Servicing Power Supplies

    The server models that run on DC input power require you to build the input power cable to specific safety guidelines. For instructions on building the DC power cables and the safety guidelines, refer to the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Server Installation Guide.
  • Page 162 Note – If a power supply fails and you do not have a replacement available, leave the failed power supply installed to ensure proper airflow in the server. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Icon...
  • Page 163: Remove A Power Supply

    Caution – Hazardous voltages are present. To reduce the risk of electric shock and danger to personal health, follow the instructions. 1. Move to the rear of the server chassis so you can view the power supply status LEDs. The amber Fault LED on the failed power supply will be on.
  • Page 164 Cable management Arm Release Mechanism FIGURE: 4. Based on the model of your server (AC or DC), remove power from the server in one of the following ways: AC server models – Disconnect the power cord from the faulty power supply.
  • Page 165 Power Supply Release Handle (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) FIGURE: Power Supply Release Handle (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) FIGURE: 6. Pull the power supply out of the chassis. Servicing Power Supplies...
  • Page 166: Install A Power Supply

    1. Align the replacement power supply with the empty power supply chassis bay. 2. Slide the power supply into the bay until it is fully seated. Installing a Power Supply (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server) FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 167 Installing a Power Supply (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Server) FIGURE: 3. Based on the model of your server (AC or DC), apply power to the power supply in one of the following ways: AC server models – Connect the power cord to the power supply.
  • Page 168: Power Supply Configuration Reference

    Power Supply FRU Names TABLE: Physical Device Note – Power supply names in ILOM messages are displayed with the full FRU name, such as /SYS/PS0. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 FRU Name /SYS/PS0 /SYS/PS1...
  • Page 169: Servicing Boards And Components

    Important Safety Instructions This topic provides a summary of the safety precautions you need to follow when servicing circuit boards and other components contained the server chassis. Most components housed within the chassis must never be serviced while power is present in the chassis.
  • Page 170: Servicing Dvd/Usb Modules

    “Remove the DVD/USB Module” on page 145 ■ “Install the DVD/USB Module” on page 147 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Servicing procedures “Servicing the Hard Drive Backplane” on page 156 “Servicing Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies”...
  • Page 171: Dvd/Usb Module Overview

    The DVD/USB module must be removed from the hard drive cage in order to service the hard drive backplane. DVD/USB Module in a SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server FIGURE: The Hard Drive backplane supports either a SATA DVD or a PATA DVD, depending on when it was manufactured.
  • Page 172 Use the finger indentation in the hard drive bay below the DVD/USB module to extend the release tab. Removing the DVD/USB Module (illustrates removal from a SPARC Enterprise FIGURE: T5140 server) SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 173: Install The Dvd/Usb Module

    1. Slide the DVD/USB module into the front of the chassis until it seats. Installing the DVD/USB Module (Illustrates installing in a SPARC Enterprise FIGURE: T5140 server) 2. Slide the pull tab back into the system. Servicing Boards and Components...
  • Page 174: Servicing Fan Power Boards

    (SPARC Enterprise T5240 server) Hard drive data cables ■ Related Information “Remove the Fan Power Board” on page 149 ■ “Install the Fan Power Board” on page 150 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 “Power 182.
  • Page 175: Remove The Fan Power Board

    “Extend the Server to the Maintenance Position” on page Note – If you are removing the fan power boards to service the paddle card or hard drive cage, you must remove the server from the rack. See the topic Server From the Rack” on page 4.
  • Page 176: Install The Fan Power Board

    Installing a Fan Power Board (Illustrates installation in a SPARC Enterprise FIGURE: T5140 server) 2. Secure the board to the chassis with a Phillips screw. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 177: Servicing The Hard Drive Cage

    4. Install the top cover. “Install the Top Cover” on page 5. If the server has been removed from the rack, return it to the rack as described “Reinstall the Server in the Rack” on page 6. Slide the server into the rack.
  • Page 178: Remove The Hard Drive Cage

    3. Remove the server from the rack. Place the server on a hard, flat surface. “Remove the Server From the Rack” on page 4. (SPARC Enterprise T5140) Remove the inner glides from the server. Each inner glide is secured with a locking tab. Release the tab and slide each inner glide off the server mounting studs.
  • Page 179 9. (SPARC Enterprise T5240 server) Remove the fan modules and fan power boards. “Remove the Fan Power Board” on page 10. Remove the No. 2 Phillips screws securing the hard drive cage to the chassis. Two screws secure the disk cage to each side of the chassis.
  • Page 180: Install The Hard Drive Cage

    ▼ Install the Hard Drive Cage Before performing any installation steps, review the proper cable routing and connections. The following topics contain detailed cable routing information. “Internal Cables for Onboard SAS Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 ■ Servers” on page 190 “Internal Cables for Onboard SAS Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5240...
  • Page 181 Press the plug into its socket until the plug snaps into place. If the cables do not reach the hard drive cage, perform this step after 3. (SPARC Enterprise T5140 server, 8 disk-capable) Remove fan FM1. 4. Slide the hard drive cage back until the hard drive backplane engages with the paddle card connector.
  • Page 182: Servicing The Hard Drive Backplane

    These topics explain how to remove and install hard drive backplanes. “Hard Drive Backplane Overview” on page 157 ■ “Remove the Hard Drive Backplane” on page 157 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 133. 177. 178. 147.
  • Page 183: Hard Drive Backplane Overview

    1. Remove the hard drive cage. “Remove the Hard Drive Cage” on page 2. Remove the No. 1 Phillips screws securing the backplane to the hard drive cage. Two screws secure the backplane in the SPARC Enterprise T5140 server. See the ■ first figure below.
  • Page 184 Removing a Hard Drive Backplane (Illustrating removal from a SPARC FIGURE: Enterprise T5140 server) Removing a Hard Drive Backplane (Illustrating removal from a SPARC FIGURE: Enterprise T5240 server) SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 185: Install The Hard Drive Backplane

    1. Slide the backplane under the retention hooks on the hard drive cage. 2. Install the No. 1 Phillips screws that secure the backplane to the hard drive cage. Two screws secure the backplane in the SPARC Enterprise T5140 server. See the ■ first figure below.
  • Page 186: Servicing Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies

    “Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies Overview” on page 161 ■ “Remove the Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies” on page 161 ■ “Install the Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies” on page 162 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 154.
  • Page 187: Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies Overview

    Two screws secure the assembly to the hard drive cage in the SPARC Enterprise ■ T5140 server. Three screws secure the assembly to the hard drive cage in the SPARC ■ Enterprise T5240 server. Removing the Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assembly From a SPARC FIGURE: Enterprise T5240 Server 152.
  • Page 188: Install The Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies

    The following figure illustrates installation of the front control panel light pipe on a SPARC Enterprise T5240 server. Except for minor differences, such as the number of screws, installation is the same for SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 189: Servicing Power Distribution Boards

    Installing a Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assembly in a SPARC Enterprise FIGURE: T5240 Server 3. Secure the light pipe assembly with the No. 1 Phillips screws. 4. Install the hard drive cage. “Install the Hard Drive Cage” on page Related Information “Remove the Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assemblies”...
  • Page 190: Power Distribution Board Overview

    2. (SPARC Enterprise T5140 server) Remove all power supplies. a. Grasp the power supply handle and press the release latch. See the following figure. b. Slide the power supply out of the system. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 123.
  • Page 191 Removing a Power Supply From a SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server FIGURE: 3. (SPARC Enterprise T5240 server) Remove the mezzanine riser guide. “Remove a Memory Mezzanine Assembly” on page 4. Disconnect the top cover interlock cable from the power distribution board.
  • Page 192 7. Remove the No. 2 Phillips screw securing the power distribution board to the chassis as shown in the following figure. Removing the Power Distribution Board From a SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server FIGURE: 8. Grasp the bus bar and pull the power distribution board/bus bar assembly to the left, away from the paddle card.
  • Page 193: Install The Power Distribution Board

    2. Slide the power distribution board/bus bar assembly to the right, until it plugs into the paddle card. Installing a Power Distribution Board in a SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server FIGURE: 3. Install the No. 2 Phillips screw to secure the power distribution board to the chassis.
  • Page 194 6. Connect the top cover interlock cable to the power distribution board. 7. (SPARC Enterprise T5140 server) Install the power supplies. 8. Slide each power supply into its bay until the power supply locks into place. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 195 The following is an example of the command-line dialog used to set the chassis serial number and server part number for a SPARC Enterprise T5140 server. 125. Servicing Boards and Components...
  • Page 196: Servicing Power Supply Backplanes (Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers)

    SPARC Enterprise T5240 servers. Power supply backplanes are not used in SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers. “Power Supply Backplane Overview” on page 171 ■ Related Information .“Servicing Power Distribution Boards” on page 163 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 197: Power Supply Backplane Overview

    The power supply backplane carries 12V power from the power supplies to the power distribution board over a pair of bus bars. Note – SPARC Enterprise T5140 servers do not use a power supply backplane. In these systems, the power supplies connect directly to the power distribution board.
  • Page 198 5. Lift the power supply backplane up and off its standoffs and out of the system. Removing a Power Supply Backplane From a SPARC Enterprise T5240 Server FIGURE: 6. Place the power supply backplane on an antistatic mat. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 164.
  • Page 199: Install The Power Supply Backplane

    Place the backplane over its standoffs. Press down toward the floor of the chassis. Installing a Power Supply Backplane (Illustrating an Installation in a SPARC FIGURE: Enterprise T5240 Server) 2. Secure the power supply backplane with one No. 2 Phillips screw. 3. Install the power distribution board.
  • Page 200: Servicing Paddle Cards

    These topics explain how to remove and install paddle cards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers. “Paddle Card Overview” on page 175 ■ “Remove the Paddle Card” on page 175 ■ “Install the Paddle Card” on page 176 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 125.
  • Page 201: Paddle Card Overview

    3. Remove the fan power boards. “Remove the Fan Power Board” on page 4. Remove the two No. 1 Phillips screws securing the paddle card to the chassis. Removing a Paddle Card (Illustrating Removal From a SPARC Enterprise T5140 FIGURE: Server) 5.
  • Page 202: Install The Paddle Card

    ■ ▼ Install the Paddle Card 1. Lower the paddle card into the chassis. Installing a Paddle Card (Illustrating Installation Into a SPARC Enterprise T5140 FIGURE: Server) 2. Slide the paddle card forward to plug it into the hard drive backplane.
  • Page 203: Returning The Server To Operation

    Returning the Server to Operation These topics explain how to return SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers to operation after you have performed service procedures. “Install the Top Cover” on page 177 ■ “Reinstall the Server in the Rack” on page 178 ■...
  • Page 204: Reinstall The Server In The Rack

    Caution – The chassis is heavy. To avoid personal injury, use two people to lift it and set it in the rack. 1. Place the ends of the chassis mounting brackets into the slide rails. See SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 205 Returning the Server to the Rack FIGURE: 2. Slide the server into the rack until the brackets lock into place. The server is now in the extended maintenance position. Related Information “Return the Server to the Normal Rack Position” on page 180 ■...
  • Page 206: Return The Server To The Normal Rack Position

    If the CMA is in the way, disconnect the left CMA release and swing the CMA open. 4. Reconnect the CMA. Swing the CMA closed and latch it to the left rack rail. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 207: Connect Power Cords To The Server

    ■ ▼ Power On the Server Using the poweron Command Note – If you are powering on the server following an emergency shutdown that was triggered by the top cover interlock switch, you must use the poweron command. Returning the Server to Operation...
  • Page 208: Power On The Server Using The Front Panel Power Button

    “Power On the Server Using the Front Panel Power Button” on page 182 more information on the Power button. Related Information “Power On the Server Using the poweron Command” on page 181 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 209: Identifying Frus In Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    “Power Distribution/Fan Module Components in SPARC Enterprise T5140 ■ Servers” on page 188 “Internal Cables for Onboard SAS Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 ■ Servers” on page 190 “HDD Data Cable Routing for SAS RAID Controller Cards in Four-Disk Capable ■...
  • Page 210: Motherboard Components In Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    Motherboard Components in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers Motherboard Components (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 211 “Servicing the Battery” Necessary for system on page 114 clock and other functions. Identifying FRUs in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers FRU Name (If Applicable) /SYS/MB/RISER0 /SYS/MB/RISER1 /SYS/MB/RISER2 “FB-DIMM Configuration Guidelines for SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers”...
  • Page 212: I/O Components In Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    I/O Components in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers I/O Components (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 213 The following table identifies the I/O components in the server and points to instructions for servicing them. I/O Components (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) TABLE: Item Top cover Left control panel light pipe assembly Hard drive cage and hard drive backplane...
  • Page 214: Power Distribution/Fan Module Components In Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    Power Distribution/Fan Module Components in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers Power Distribution/Fan Module Components (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 215 The following table identifies the power distribution and fan module components in the server and points to instructions for servicing them. Power Distribution/Fan Module Components (SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) TABLE: Item Air duct Power distribution board/bus bar Paddle card Fan power boards...
  • Page 216: Servers

    Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers There are two SAS controller card options for the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers (both options support RAID). The standard option uses the on-board SAS controller card preinstalled on every server. The second option is a StorageTek SAS RAID Internal Host Bus Adapter (HBA) PCIe card.
  • Page 217 FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) Figure Legend Top cover safety interlock Motherboard to PDB cable Hard drive data cable Data Cable Routing Details (Four-Disk Capable SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers) TABLE: Item FRU Connections HDD data From J4101(SAS0) on the motherboard...
  • Page 218 J4102(SAS1) on the motherboard to J0302 (P3) on the hard drive backplane. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Routing notes Routed between CMP Module 0 (CMP0) and CMP Module 1 (CMP1), then under the chassis center wall, and then under the fan power board.
  • Page 219: Hdd Data Cable Routing For Sas Raid Controller Cards In Four-Disk Capable Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    Controller Cards in Four-Disk Capable SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers There are two SAS controller card options for the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers (both options support RAID). The standard option uses the on-board SAS controller card preinstalled on every server. The second option is a StorageTek SAS RAID Internal Host Bus Adapter (HBA) PCIe card.
  • Page 220: Hdd Data Cable Routing For Sas Raid Controller Cards In Eight-Disk Capable Sparc Enterprise T5140 Servers

    Controller Cards in Eight-Disk Capable SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers There are two SAS controller card options for the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers (both options support RAID). The standard option uses the on-board SAS controller card preinstalled on every server. The second option is a StorageTek SAS RAID Internal Host Bus Adapter (HBA) PCIe card.
  • Page 221: Identifying Frus In Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    “Internal Cables for Onboard SAS Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5240 ■ Servers” on page 204 “HDD Data Cable Routing for SAS RAID Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise ■ T5240 Servers” on page 207 Related Information “Identifying FRUs in SPARC Enterprise T5140 Servers” on page 183 ■...
  • Page 222: Motherboard Components In Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    Motherboard Components in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers Motherboard Components in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 223 The following table identifies the components located on the motherboard and points to instructions for servicing them. Motherboard Components (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) TABLE: Item PCIe/XAUI risers PCIe filler panel Removable back panel cross beam FB-DIMMs Motherboard assembly SCC module Battery Replacement Instructions Notes...
  • Page 224: Memory Mezzanine Components In Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    Memory Mezzanine Components in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers Memory Mezzanine Assembly Components (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 225 The following table identifies the components located on the memory mezzanine assembly and points to instructions for servicing them. Memory Mezzanine Assembly Components (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) TABLE: Item Memory mezzanine assembly air duct Shipping bracket FB-DIMMs Auxiliary air vent Memory mezzanine assembly Replacement Instructions...
  • Page 226: I/O Components In Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    I/O Components in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers I/O Components (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 227 The following table identifies the I/O components in the server and points to instructions for servicing them. I/O Components (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) TABLE: Item Top cover Hard drive backplane Hard drive cage Left control panel light pipe assembly Hard drives...
  • Page 228: Power Distribution/Fan Module Components In Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    Power Distribution/Fan Module Components in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers Power Distribution/Fan Module Components (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) FIGURE: SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 229 The following table identifies the power distribution and fan module components in the server and points to instructions for servicing them. Power Distribution/Fan Module Components (SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) TABLE: Item Air duct Power supply backplane Power distribution board/bus bar...
  • Page 230: Servers

    Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers There are two SAS controller card options for the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers (both options support RAID). The standard option uses the on-board SAS controller card preinstalled on every server. The second option is a StorageTek SAS RAID Internal Host Bus Adapter (HBA) PCIe card.
  • Page 231 Internal Cables for Onboard SAS Controller Cards (Eight-Disk Capable SPARC FIGURE: Enterprise T5240 Servers) Figure Legend Top cover safety interlock PDB to power supply backplane cable Motherboard-to-PDB cable Hard drive data cables Data Cable Routing Details (Eight-Disk Capable SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers) TABLE: Item FRU Connections...
  • Page 232 From J4101(SAS0) on the motherboard cable to J0301 on the hard drive backplane. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 Routing notes Routed between CMP Module 0 (CMP0) and CMP Module 1 (CMP1), then under the chassis...
  • Page 233: Hdd Data Cable Routing For Sas Raid Controller Cards In Sparc Enterprise T5240 Servers

    Controller Cards in SPARC Enterprise T5240 Servers There are two SAS controller card options for the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers (both options support RAID). The standard option uses the on-board SAS controller card preinstalled on every server. The second option is a StorageTek SAS RAID Internal Host Bus Adapter (HBA) PCIe card.
  • Page 234 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...
  • Page 235: Index

    POST, 50 displaying state of, 50 displaying using showcomponent command, 51 console command, 26, 39, 94 consolehistory command, 26 DC server models, 138, 141 diag_level parameter, 36 diag_mode parameter, 36 diag_trigger parameter, 36 diag_verbosity parameter, 36 diagnostics...
  • Page 236 28 installing PCIe/XAUI riser, 107 SCC module, 117 latch SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009 power supply, 138 slide rail, 63 AC Present (power supply LED), 19, 141 Fan Fault (system LED), 21, 134...
  • Page 237 see power-on self-test (POST) power distribution board FRU name, 189, 203 Power OK (system LED), 19 power supply about, 135 AC Present LED, 19, 141 Fault LED, 21, 137 FRU name, 142, 189, 203 Power Supply Fault (system LED) interpreting to diagnose faults, 21 using to verify successful power supply replacement, 141 powercycle command, 27, 39...
  • Page 238 19 Universal Unique Identifier (UUID), 44 USB ports also see DVD/USB module USB ports (front) FRU name, 187, 201 virtual keyswitch, 93 Wago connector, 141 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Service Manual • July 2009...

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