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Upgrade and Maintenance Manual
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  • Page 1 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual - English PRIMERGY TX140 S2 Server Upgrade and Maintenance Manual September 2013...
  • Page 2: Copyright And Trademarks

    – The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice. – Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from the use of any information in this manual. – No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Fujitsu.
  • Page 3 The device has not been designed or manufactured for uses which demand an extremely high level of safety and carry a direct and serious risk of life or body if such safety cannot be assured. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 4 Please consult the sales staff of Fujitsu if intending to use this product for high safety use. Measures against momentary voltage drop This product may be affected by a momentary voltage drop in the power supply caused by lightning.
  • Page 5 Only for the Japanese market: Although described in this manual, some sections do not apply to the Japanese market. These options and routines include: – CSS (Customer Self Service) – USB Flash Module (UFM) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 6: Version History

    Version history Issue number Reason for update 1.0 / September 2013 Initial release Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Local diagnostic indicators on the system board ..45 Shutting down the server ....46 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 8 Note on server maintenance in a Multipath I/O environment . . . 73 5.1.6 Switching on the ID indicator ....75 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 9 Installing the new standard power supply unit ..104 6.2.1.4 Concluding steps ..... . . 106 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 10 ..125 7.2.3.4 Concluding steps ..... . 126 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 11 Installing the new 3.5-inch HDD SAS backplane ..145 7.3.6.4 Concluding steps ..... . . 147 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 12 Installing the new expansion card ....184 9.4.3.4 Concluding steps ..... . 184 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 13 Installing the new FBU ....204 9.5.6.4 Concluding steps ..... . . 204 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 14 Installing the processor heat sink ....225 11.2.7 Concluding steps ......227 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 15 Installing the new front panel module ....249 13.1.4 Concluding steps ......250 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 16 Installing the new TPM ....271 14.4.3.4 Concluding steps ..... . 271 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 17 I/O panel indicators ..... . 325 17.2.1.5 PSU indicator (only hot-plug PSUs) ... . . 326 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 18 Onboard settings ..... . . 329 17.4 Minimum startup configuration ....330 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 19: Introduction

    "Documents you need at hand" on page CAUTION! The document at hand comprises procedures of a wide range of complexity. Check the profile of qualification for technicians before assigning tasks. Before you start, carefully read "Classification of procedures" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 20: Notational Conventions

    "Classification of procedures" on page 22 indicates the average task duration, see "Average task duration" on page 25 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 21: Before You Start

    Japanese market: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/system/ Please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner for details on how to order expansion kits or spare parts. Use the Fujitsu Illustrated Spares Catalog to identify the required spare part and obtain technical data and order information.
  • Page 22: Classification Of Procedures

    LEDs on the front panel report defective hardware components that need to be replaced. For further information on the controls and indicators of your server, refer to the "PRIMERGY TX140 S2 Server Operating Manual" and section "Connectors and indicators" on page 320.
  • Page 23: Customer Replaceable Units (Cru)

    Server management error messages and diagnostic indicators on the front panel and system board will report defective Upgrade and Repair Units as customer replaceable CSS components. Upgrade and repair procedures involve shutting down and opening the server. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 24: Field Replaceable Units (Fru)

    Maintenance procedures involving Field Replaceable Units must be performed exclusively by Fujitsu service personnel or technicians trained by Fujitsu. Please note that unauthorized interference with the system will void the warranty and exempt the manufacturer from all liability. Components that are handled as Field Replaceable Units –...
  • Page 25: Average Task Duration

    Maintenance Maintenance procedures including procedures preliminary and concluding software tasks Returning the server to its installation site Transport (where required) depends on local customer conditions. Table 1: Calculation of the average task duration Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 26: Tools You Need At Hand

    SW5 / PZ2 Phillips Backup drives 6-32 x 4.76 mm PH2 / (+) No. 2 with UNC (black) hexagonal cross thread SW5 / PZ2 C26192-Y10-C75 Table 2: List of required tools and used screws Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 27 M2.5 x 4 mm PH1 / (+) No. 1 (silver) C26192-Y10-C103 M3 x 4.5 mm Phillips UFM nylon (white) PH1 / (+) No. 1 screw A3C40109082 Table 2: List of required tools and used screws Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 28: Documents You Need At Hand

    For the Japanese market please use the following address: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/manual/ Document Description "Quick Start Hardware - Quick installation poster for initial operation, PRIMERGY TX140 S2" leaflet available online "ServerView Quick Start Guide" Information on initial server setup and "ServerView クイックスタート software configuration, available online ガイド...
  • Page 29 - Expansion Cards - Storage Adapters Additional documentation For the Japanese market please use the following address: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/ manual/ – Operating system documentation, Third party documentation online help – Peripherals documentation Table 3: Documentation you need at hand Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 30 Before you start Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 31: Important Information

    During installation and before operating the device, observe the instructions ● on environmental conditions for your device. If the device is brought in from a cold environment, condensation may form ● both inside and on the outside of the device. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 32 Ethernet cabling has to comply with EN 50173 and EN 50174-1/2 standards ● or ISO/IEC 11801 standard respectively. The minimum requirement is a Category 5 shielded cable for 10/100 Ethernet, or a Category 5e cable for Gigabit Ethernet. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 33 Failure to do so can cause electric shock. Do not damage or modify internal cables or devices. Doing so may cause a ● device failure, fire, or electric shock and will void the warranty and exempt the manufacturer from all liability. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 34 All batteries containing pollutants are marked with a symbol (a crossed-out ● garbage can). In addition, the marking is provided with the chemical symbol of the heavy metal decisive for the classification as a pollutant: Cd Cadmium Hg Mercury Pb Lead Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 35 Keep the optical disk tray closed to prevent foreign matter, such as dust, from entering the optical disk drive. Hold CDs/DVDs/BDs by their edges to avoid contact with the disk ● surface. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 36 The optical disk drive contains a light-emitting diode (LED), which under certain circumstances produces a laser beam stronger than laser class 1. Looking directly at this beam is dangerous. Never remove parts of the optical disk drive casing! Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 37 Place all the components on a pad which is free of electrostatic charge. ● For a detailed description of how to handle ESD components, see the relevant European or international standards (EN 61340-5-1, ANSI/ESD S20.20). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 38 If you need to lift or transport the server, ask other people to help you. ● Because the PRIMERGY TX140 S2 is large and heavy, at least two people are needed. Never lift or carry the device by the handles on the front panel.
  • Page 39: Energy Star

    CPU utilization levels. CE conformity The system complies with the requirements of the EC directives 2004/108/EC regarding "Electromagnetic Compatibility" and 2006/95/EC "Low Voltage Directive". This is indicated by the CE marking (CE = Communauté Européenne). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 40: Fcc Class A Compliance Statement

    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. ● Fujitsu is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than those specified by Fujitsu. The correction of interferences caused by such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment will be the responsibility of the user.
  • Page 41: Environmental Protection

    Important information Environmental protection Environmentally-friendly product design and development This product has been designed in accordance with the Fujitsu standard for "environmentally friendly product design and development". This means that key factors such as durability, selection and labeling of materials, emissions, packaging, ease of dismantling and recycling have been taken into account.
  • Page 42 Details regarding the return and recycling of devices and consumables within Europe can also be found in the "Returning used devices" manual, via your local Fujitsu branch or from our recycling center in Paderborn: Fujitsu Technology Solutions Recycling Center D-33106 Paderborn Tel.
  • Page 43: Basic Hardware Procedures

    Basic hardware procedures Using diagnostics information Use the Fujitsu ServerView Suite management software to plan the upgrade or replacement of hardware components. Please refer to the following ServerView Suite topics: – Operation – Maintenance It is recommended to prepare local maintenance tasks using remote diagnostics procedures, as described in the "ServerView Suite Local Service Concept...
  • Page 44: Determining The Error Class

    For further information, please refer to the "ServerView System Monitor" user guide. 4.1.2.2 Customer Self Service (CSS) indicator Ê Check the CSS indicator on the front panel or connector panel of the server (see section "Connectors and indicators" on page 320). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 45: Locating The Defective Component

    (see section "Determining the error class" on page 44). If the system has been powered off to replace a non hot-plug unit, a system of PRIMERGY diagnostics indicators guides you to the faulty component. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 46: Shutting Down The Server

    "Locating the defective server" on page Disconnecting the server from the mains Figure 2: Removing the power cord from the cable tie Ê Pull out on the locking lever on the cable tie (1) and loosen the loop (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 47: Getting Access To The Component

    Be careful not to pinch fingers or clothes when sliding out the server ● or pushing it back. Failure to do so may cause injury. For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 48 (2). CAUTION! Do not use the extended server as a surface on which to put things or as a work surface, and strictly avoid leaning on or against it. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 49: Removing The Server From The Rack

    – The server weighs more than 50 kg. – The server weighs more than 21 kg and is installed above the height of 25 U. When using a lifter, this removal procedure needs to be carried out by maintenance personnel. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 50 Ê Lift up the front of the server as shown so that the front and middle rack mounting bolts are disengaged from the mounting points on the telescopic rails (2). Ê Lift the server out of the rear mounting points (3) and place it on an even surface. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 51: Removing The Top Cover

    Removing the top cover Figure 5: Removing the top cover (rack server) Ê Open the locking lever (1). This will slide the top cover back disengaging the locking mechanism (2). Ê Remove the top cover (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 52: Removing The Rack Front Cover

    Ê Remove the ID card from the server. Figure 7: Removing the rack front cover (A) Ê Remove two screws from the side brackets on either side of the rack mounting frame (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 53: Tower Model

    Ê Detach and remove the rack front cover from the chassis (2). 4.4.2 Tower model 4.4.2.1 Removing the side cover Figure 9: Unlocking the server Ê Insert the key into the lock on the server front. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 54 Ê Remove the key from the server front (2) and set aside for later use. Figure 10: Removing the side cover (tower server) Ê Open the locking lever (1). This will slide the side cover back disengaging the locking mechanism (2). Ê Remove the side cover (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 55: Removing The Hdd Bay Cover

    Figure 11: Removing the HDD bay cover Ê Pull out on the handle on the upper edge of the HDD bay cover. Ê Fold out and remove the HDD bay cover from the front cover. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 56: Removing The Front Cover

    Figure 12: Removing the ID card (tower server) Ê Remove the ID card from the server front. It may be necessary to pull out on the ID card rather firmly. However, do not apply excessive force. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 57 Ê Pinch the locking clips to disengage the front cover (1) while slightly pulling out. Ê Carefully fold out the bottom end of the front cover (2). Ê Unhook and remove the front cover (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 58: Reassembling

    Installing the rack front cover Figure 14: Installing the rack front cover Ê Fit the rack front cover on the server front (1). Ê Carefully fold up and close the rack front cover (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 59: Installing The Top Cover

    Ê Lower the top cover onto the chassis, recessed by 2 cm (1). Ê Close the locking lever on the top cover (2). This will slide the top cover shut engaging the locking mechanism (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 60: Mounting The Server In The Rack

    – The server weighs more than 21 kg and is to be installed above the height of 25 U. When using a lifter, this installation procedure needs to be carried out by maintenance personnel. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 61 (2). Ê Fold down the server (3). Ensure that the mounting bolts and the hooks are properly seated in the mounting points on the telescopic rails and that the locking bars engage (4). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 62: Sliding The Server Into The Rack

    If you are not using a cable mounting arm (CMA kit), ensure that the rear cables are long enough not to be strained or damaged when extending the server out of the rack. Use cable ties to prevent loose cables from blocking the air flow. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 63: Tower Model

    Ê Fold down the front cover (1) until the locking clip on the bottom edge engage (2). Ê Insert and slide the ID card into its slot until it locks in place (see figure on page 56.) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 64: Installing The Hdd Bay Cover

    Installing the HDD bay cover Figure 20: Installing the HDD bay cover Ê Insert the HDD bay cover into the front cover as shown (1). Ê Fold in the HDD bay cover until it locks in place (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 65: Installing The Side Cover

    Ê Close the locking lever on the side cover (2). This will slide the top cover shut engaging the locking mechanism (3). Ê Reconnect all cables except the power cord to the server rear. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 66: Locking The Server

    Basic hardware procedures 4.5.2.4 Locking the server Figure 22: Locking the server Ê If required by security regulations, insert the key into the lock on the front panel and lock the server. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 67: Connecting The Server To The Mains

    Ê Close the cable tie around the power cord (2) and pull tight (3) to secure the power cord. If you are using a redundant power supply with two power supply units, proceed with the second power supply unit in the same way. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 68: Switching On The Server

    Ê Press the On / Off button to start up the server. Ê Ensure that the power-on indicator above the On / Off button is lit green. Ê Perform the required procedures described in the concluding steps of each upgrade or maintenance task. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 69: Basic Software Procedures

    BitLocker setup wizard available either from the Control Panel or Windows Explorer: Ê Open BitLocker Drive Encryption by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Security, and then clicking Bitlocker Drive Encryption. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 70: Disabling Svom Boot Watchdog Functionality

    BitLocker setup wizard, modify the BitLocker Group Policy settings. For further information on how to disable BitLocker drive encryption, please refer to the Microsoft Knowledge Base. Fujitsu service partners will find additional information (also available in Japanese) on the Fujitsu Extranet web pages. 5.1.2...
  • Page 71: Configuring Boot Watchdog Settings

    Ê Under Boot Watchdog set the Action setting to Continue. Ê Save your changes and exit the BIOS. For detailed information on how to access the BIOS and modify settings, refer to the corresponding BIOS Setup Utility reference manual. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 72: Removing Backup And Optical Disk Media

    For further information on "forcible" tape ejection, please refer to the "Tape Facts" guide available to Fujitsu service partners from the following https address: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/service/ps/Servers/PRIMERGY/Pages/ TapeFacts.aspx...
  • Page 73: Verifying And Configuring The Backup Software Solution

    This is a known restriction of Windows PE with Multipath drivers. Before using the ServerView Update DVD or PrimeCollect in an offline environment, Fujitsu recommends to properly shut down the server and to disconnect all external I/O connections (like LAN or FC cables) from the system.
  • Page 74 Ê After the update or diagnostic procedure has been completed, shut down the server, reconnect all external I/O connections and bring the system back to normal operation. Ê If necessary, perform this procedure for all remaining servers within the Multipath environment. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 75: Switching On The Id Indicator

    Fujitsu support internet pages at: (EMEA market) http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/ http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/downloads/ (Japanese market) Fujitsu does not assume responsibility for any damage done to the server or for the loss of any data resulting from BIOS updates. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 76: Updating Or Recovering The System Board Bios

    Ê Ensure that the server has been shut down and disconnected from the mains as described in section "Shutting down the server" on page Ê Open the side / top cover as described in section "Getting access to the component" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 77: Updating Or Recovering The Irmc

    Updating or recovering the iRMC iRMC flash procedure For the Japanese market, follow the instructions provided separately. Ê Prepare a USB stick including the bootable iRMC firmware update image. Ê Connect the USB stick to the USB port. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 78 USB port. Remove all other USB devices temporarily. Ê Connect the server to the mains while pushing the ID button on the front panel. Ask a second person to help you if necessary. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 79: Verifying System Information Backup / Restore

    Ê Press the Power On / Off button. The system starts the POST process. In iRMC recovery mode, the “FUJITSU” logo does not show up. Ê The system will detect the USB stick.
  • Page 80: Updating Raid Controller Firmware

    Chassis ID EPROM has been restored to the system board: Chassis IDPROM: Restore successful After replacing the Chassis ID EPROM In case of the PRIMERGY TX140 S2 server, the Chassis ID EPROM is integrated on the front panel board. Ê Check the SEL log files as described in section "Viewing and clearing the...
  • Page 81: Enabling Option Rom Scan

    Basic software procedures Using the flash tool The latest firmware files are available as ASPs (Autonomous Support Packages) for Windows or as DOS tools from the Fujitsu support web pages at: http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/ (EMEA market) http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/downloads/ (Japanese market) Ê Select Drivers & Downloads.
  • Page 82: Verifying And Configuring The Backup Software Solution

    Procedures may differ depending on the backup software. For details, refer to the dedicated documentation provided separately. Further information on suitable backup software solutions and related documentation is available to Fujitsu service partners from the Fujitsu Extranet pages. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 83: Resetting The Boot Retry Counter

    73, it has to be re-enabled to complete the maintenance task. Ê Re-enable backup drives and revise backup software settings and cronjobs. Detailed information on suitable backup software solutions and related documentation is available to Fujitsu service partners from the Fujitsu Extranet pages 5.2.6...
  • Page 84 Ê Click Apply for the changes to take effect. For detailed information on iRMC settings, refer to the "Integrated Remote Management Controller" user guide. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 85: Enabling Svom Boot Watchdog Functionality

    Disabled or Failed in the system BIOS. The server will then reboot with only the intact hardware components remaining in the system configuration. After replacing the defective component, it needs to be re- enabled in the system board BIOS. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 86: Verifying The Memory Mode

    Ê Under Memory Status verify that none of the memory modules are marked as Failed. Ê Save your changes (if applicable) and exit the BIOS. For detailed information on how to access the BIOS and modify settings, refer to the corresponding BIOS Setup Utility reference manual. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 87: Verifying The System Time Settings

    You can view the System Event Log (SEL) using the ServerView Operations Manager or the ServerView iRMC web frontend: Viewing the SEL in ServerView Operations Manager Ê In ServerView Operations Manager Single System View select Maintenance from the Information / Operation menu. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 88: Clearing The Sel

    5.2.11.2 Clearing the SEL You can clear the System Event Log (SEL) using the ServerView iRMC web frontend: Ê Enter the ServerView iRMC web frontend. Ê Select the Event Log and choose the Internal Event Log submenu. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 89: Updating The Nic Configuration File In A Linux Environment

    Ê Use the vi text editor to specify the MAC address in the HWADDR section of the ifcfg-eth<x> file: The MAC address can be found on the type label attached to the system board or network controller. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 90: Enabling Bitlocker Functionality

    BitLocker setup wizard available either from the Control Panel or Windows Explorer. Ê Open Bitlocker Drive Encryption by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Security, and then clicking Bitlocker Drive Encryption. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 91: Performing A Raid Array Rebuild

    For further information on how to enable BitLocker drive encryption, please refer to the Microsoft Knowledge Base. Fujitsu service partners will find additional information (also available in Japanese) on the Fujitsu Extranet web pages. 5.2.14 Performing a RAID array rebuild...
  • Page 92: Looking Up Changed Mac / Wwn Addresses

    Ê Under Emulex Adapters in the System you will find all available Emulex adapters and their WWN addresses. Ê Note down the new 16-digit WWN address. Ê Press [Esc] to exit the Emulex BIOS utility. Ê Inform the customer about the changed WWN address. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 93: Using The Chassis Id Prom Tool

    After replacing the Chassis ID EPROM, system information has to be entered using the Chassis ID Prom tool. The tool and further instructions are available to maintenance personnel from the Fujitsu Technology Solutions Extranet: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/service/ps/Servers/PRIMERGY/ Ê Select your PRIMERGY system from the main area of the page.
  • Page 94: Configuring Lan Teaming

    LAN teaming configuration. Ê If LAN teaming has been active, you will need to restore the configuration using the LAN driver utility after replacing the system board. For details, refer to the relevant LAN driver manual. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 95: Switching Off The Id Indicator

    Ê Boot the system from the ServerView Suite DVD. The ServerView Installation Manager is being started. Ê Select your preferred user interface language. Ê Under Status backup media select No status backup and click Continue. Ê Select Maintenance. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 96: Performing A Fan Test After Replacing A Defective Fan

    On Windows-based servers with ServerView agents installed, proceed as follows: Ê Click Start, point to All Programs, and then point to Fujitsu - ServerView Suite - Agents - Maintenance Tools. Ê In the Maintenance Tools menu pane, click the Chassis Model Configuration tab.
  • Page 97 Ê After the boot process is complete, press [ESC] to enter the command prompt screen. Ê Enter IPMIVIEW.EXE and press [Enter] to start the IPMI Tool. Ê Under System Specific Functions select Fan Test and press the [F9] function key to start the fan test. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 98 Basic software procedures Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 99: Power Supply

    (hot-plug). CAUTION! The server supports a mains voltage in the range of 100 V - 240 V. You may only operate the server if its rated voltage range corresponds to the local mains voltage. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 100: Standard Power Supply

    "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 101: Removing The Defective Standard Power Supply Unit

    Ê While pressing the release latch on the connector, disconnect the ATX power supply connector (2). Figure 26: Disconnecting power cables (B) Ê Open the power clamp (1). Ê Disconnect the power management connector (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 102 Ê Remove the five screws (see circles). Figure 28: Taking out the standard power supply unit Ê Slide the power supply unit inside the chassis by 3 cm (1). Ê Lift the power supply unit out of the chassis (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 103 Figure 29: Removing the installation frame from the power supply unit (A) Ê Remove the two screws (see circles). Figure 30: Removing the installation frame from the power supply unit (B) Ê Remove the installation frame from the power supply unit. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 104: Installing The New Standard Power Supply Unit

    Ê Attach the installation frame to the power supply unit. Figure 32: Securing the installation frame to the power supply unit Ê Secure the installation frame to the power supply unit with two screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 105 Ê Connect the power management connector to system board connector "PC2009" (see section "Cabling plans" on page 301). Ê Run the power cable through the cable clamp (see figure 26). Close the cable clamp. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 106: Concluding Steps

    "Performing a fan test after replacing a defective fan" on page 96 Ê Redundant power supply 6.3.1 Installing a hot-plug power supply unit Customer Replaceable Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (CRU) Tools: tool-less 6.3.1.1 Preliminary steps No steps needed. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 107: Removing The Dummy Cover

    Keep the dummy cover for future use. If a power supply unit is removed and not immediately replaced by a new one, a dummy cover must be reinstalled in the bay to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 108: Installing A Hot-Plug Power Supply Unit

    Ê If applicable, fold down the handle on the power supply unit. 6.3.1.4 Concluding steps Ê For the added power supply unit: "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 109: Removing A Hot-Plug Power Supply Unit

    Ê Remove the power supply unit and install a dummy cover into the empty bay. Ê Remount the complete assembly (CMA stopper, crossbar and CMA) into the rail. 6.3.2.1 Preliminary steps No steps needed. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 110: Removing A Hot-Plug Power Supply Unit

    Ê While keeping the green release latch pressed, pull the power supply unit out of its bay (3). CAUTION! Never leave the bay for the power supply unit empty for more than two minutes during operation. Otherwise, excessive temperatures could damage system components. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 111: Installing The Dummy Cover

    When replacing a power supply unit in a non-redundant PSU ● configuration, the server must be switched off first. Ensure to replace a defective power supply unit by a new one of the ● same type. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 112: Preliminary Steps

    "Removing a hot-plug power supply unit" on page 110. 6.3.3.3 Installing the new hot-plug power supply unit Ê Install the power supply unit as described in section "Installing a hot-plug power supply unit" on page 108. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 113: Concluding Steps

    Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê 6.3.4.2 Removing the hot-plug power supply units Ê Remove all power supply units as described in "Removing a hot-plug power supply unit" on page 110. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 114: Replacing The Defective Power Distribution Board

    Power supply 6.3.4.3 Replacing the defective power distribution board Figure 38: Disconnecting power cables Ê Disconnect the two power cables from the power distribution board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 115: Installing The Hot-Plug Power Supply Units

    Ê Connect the two power cables to the power distribution board (see figure 38). 6.3.4.4 Installing the hot-plug power supply units Ê Install the power supply units as described in section "Installing a hot-plug power supply unit" on page 106. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 116: Concluding Steps

    "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 117: Removing The Standard Power Supply Unit

    Ê Slide the new PSU cage towards the rear of the chassis (2). Ê Secure the PSU cage with one screw (3). Ê Connect the two power cables to the power distribution board (see figure 38). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 118 Ê Secure the PSU cage to the chassis with five screws (see circles) Figure 42: Connecting power cables to the system board Ê Connect the black power connector to system board connector "PC2009" (1) (see section "Cabling plans" on page 301). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 119: Concluding Steps

    "Installing the fan module" on page 152 Ê "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 120 Power supply Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 121: Hard Disk Drives / Solid State Drives

    Do not use the device in extremely hot or cold locations, or locations ● with extreme temperature changes. Never attempt to disassemble a hard disk or solid state drive. ● For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 122: Basic Information

    "2.5-inch HDD / SSD configurations" on page 123 and section "3.5-inch HDD configurations" on page 133 for a complete overview of the mounting sequences. – Install dummy modules into unused HDD / SSD bays. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 123: Inch Hdd / Ssd Configurations

    The HDD / SSD numbering as listed in the ServerView RAID Manager differs from the HDD mounting order: 2.5-inch HDDs / SSDs RAID RAID log. log. Manager Channel Manager Channel Drive # Drive # Table 4: HDD naming scheme Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 124: Installing 2.5-Inch Hdd / Ssd Modules

    Ê Press both tabs together (1) and pull the dummy module out of its bay (2). CAUTION! Save the dummy module for future use. Always replace dummy modules into unused HDD / SSD bays to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 125: Installing A 2.5-Inch Hdd / Ssd Module

    Ê Insert the HDD / SSD module into a drive bay and carefully push back as far as it will go. Ê Close the locking lever to lock the hard disk drive in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 126: Concluding Steps

    HDD module of the same or larger RAID 1 capacity. RAID 5 After replacing the HDD module, RAID rebuild will be performed as a background process as described in section "Performing a RAID array rebuild" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 127: Removing A 2.5-Inch Hdd / Ssd Module

    Ê Wait about 30 seconds to allow the hard disk drive to spin down. This is not necessary when removing a solid state drive. Ê Pull the HDD / SSD module completely out of its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 128: Installing A 2.5-Inch Hdd / Ssd Dummy Module

    Figure 48: Installing a 2.5-inch HDD / SSD dummy module Ê Slide the HDD dummy module into the drive bay until it locks in place. 7.2.4.4 Concluding steps Ê If applicable, "Installing the HDD bay cover" on page 64 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 129: Replacing A 2.5-Inch Hdd / Ssd Module

    Only applicable for removing intact HDD / SSD modules: Ê Before removing a non-defective HDD / SSD module, put the drive into "Offline" mode using your RAID configuration software. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 130: Removing A 2.5-Inch Hdd / Ssd Module

    "Removing 2.5-inch HDD / SSD modules" on page 126 Ê CAUTION! Ensure that all hard disk drives are uniquely identified so that you can reinsert them into their original bays after replacing the SAS / SATA backplane. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 131: Removing The Defective 2.5-Inch Hdd Sas / Sata Backplane

    Ê Remove the two screws (3, see circles). Figure 50: Removing the SAS / SATA backplane Ê Lift up the SAS / SATA backplane (1) and at a slight angle, remove it from the guides on the HDD cage (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 132: Installing The New 2.5-Inch Hdd Sas / Sata Backplane

    "Installing 2.5-inch HDD / SSD modules" on page 124. "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 133: Inch Hdd Configurations

    Maximum configuration: 4x 3.5-inch HDDs Figure 52: 3.5-inch HDD mounting order (example tower server) 7.3.2 HDD naming scheme 3.5-inch HDDs RAID RAID log. log. Manager Channel Manager Channel Drive # Drive # Table 5: HDD naming scheme Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 134: Installing 3.5-Inch Hdd Modules

    7.3.3.2 Removing a 3.5-inch HDD dummy module Figure 53: Removing a 3.5-inch dummy module Ê Press in on the locking tabs on both sides of the dummy module to disengage the locking mechanism (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 135: Installing A 3.5-Inch Hdd Module

    EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. 7.3.3.3 Installing a 3.5-inch HDD module Figure 54: Opening the 3.5-inch HDD module locking lever Ê While pressing down on the locking button (1) fold up the lever (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 136: Concluding Steps

    Ê Fold down the lever to lock the HDD module in place (2). 7.3.3.4 Concluding steps Ê If applicable, "Installing the HDD bay cover" on page 64 "Performing a RAID array rebuild" on page 91 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 137: Removing 3.5-Inch Hdd Modules

    RAID array from the server, you first need to delete the array using ServerView RAID Manager. CAUTION! All data on all HDDs in the array will be lost! Be sure to back up your data before deleting a RAID array. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 138: Removing A 3.5-Inch Hdd Module

    Thereby, the HDD module is pushed out of its drive bay by about 1 cm and disconnected from the SAS / SATA backplane. Ê Wait about 30 seconds to allow the hard disk drive to spin down. Ê Pull the HDD module completely out of its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 139: Installing A 3.5-Inch Hdd Dummy Module

    Figure 57: Installing a 3.5-inch HDD dummy module Ê Slide the dummy module into the drive bay until it locks in place. 7.3.4.4 Concluding steps Ê If applicable, "Installing the HDD bay cover" on page 64 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 140: Replacing A 3.5-Inch Hdd Module

    Only applicable for removing intact HDD modules: Ê Before removing a non-defective HDD module, put the drive into "Offline" mode using your RAID configuration software. For further information, please refer to the "ServerView Suite RAID Management" user guide. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 141: Removing A 3.5-Inch Hdd Module

    Ê Remove all HDD modules from the server as described in section "Removing 3.5-inch HDD modules" on page 137. CAUTION! Ensure that all hard disk drives are uniquely identified so that you can reinsert them into their original bays after replacing the SAS backplane. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 142: Removing The Defective 3.5-Inch Hdd Sas Backplane

    Removing the defective 3.5-inch HDD SAS backplane Figure 58: Disconnecting cables Ê Disconnect the cables from the SAS backplane: – (1) power cable from connector "x7" – (2) SAS/SATA data cable from connector "x1" Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 143 Ê Slide back the intrusion switch holder until it disengages from the HDD bay top cover (1). Ê Remove the intrusion switch holder (2) and set aside. Ê Leave the intrusion switch cable connected to the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 144 Ê Remove the 3.5-inch HDD bay top cover from the chassis (2). Figure 62: Removing the 3.5-inch HDD SAS backplane Ê Pull up on the SAS backplane and remove it from the HDD bay in a vertical motion. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 145: Installing The New 3.5-Inch Hdd Sas Backplane

    Ê Fit the SAS backplane into the guide on the outer wall of the HDD bay and lower it into the bottom rim (see close-up). Ê Ensure that the SAS backplane is properly seated into the bottom rim and side guide (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 146 Ensure that the 3.5-inch HDD backplanes is properly secured in the upper rim of the HDD bay top cover. Figure 65: Installing the 3.5-inch HDD bay top cover (B) Ê Place the intrusion switch holder on the HDD bay top cover as shown (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 147: Concluding Steps

    "Installing 3.5-inch HDD modules" on page 134. "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 148 Hard disk drives / solid state drives Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 149: System Fan And Air Duct

    If devices are installed or disassembled using methods other than ● those outlined in this chapter, the warranty will be invalidated. For further information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 150: Basic Information

    Additional fans in power supply units are integral parts of the power supply units and cannot be replaced separately. CAUTION! Since the system fan is not redundant is has to be replaced immediately in case of defects or prefailure events. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 151: Handling The Fan Module

    "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê 8.2.2 Removing the fan module Figure 68: Removing the fan module Ê Disconnect the fan cable from system board connector "FAN1 SYS" (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 152: Installing The Fan Module

    Ê Ensure that the locking tab on the fan module is properly engaged with the upper rim of the chassis (see orange circle). Ê Connect the fan cable to system board connector "FAN1 SYS" (see figure 68). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 153: Concluding Steps

    "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 154: Removing The Defective System Fan

    System fan and air duct 8.3.2 Removing the defective system fan Figure 70: Removing the fan cable from the guidings Ê Remove the fan cable from the guidings. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 155 System fan and air duct Figure 71: Removing the safety pins from the snap rivets Ê Remove the safety pins (see circles) from the four snap rivets on the air duct. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 156 System fan and air duct Figure 72: Removing the system fan from the air duct Ê Pull the system fan from the snap rivets (1). Ê Remove the system fan from the air duct (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 157: Installing The New System Fan

    "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Performing a fan test after replacing a defective fan" on page 96 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 158 System fan and air duct Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 159: Expansion Cards And Backup Units

    If devices are installed or disassembled using methods other than ● those outlined in this chapter, the warranty will be invalidated. For further information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 160: Basic Information

    An additional PCI 32-bit slot is available with an optional riser card. This riser card can be mounted on two spacer bolts positioned under slot 1. In this case a PCI adapter board occupies slot 1 (see section "Installing the new riser card" on page 186). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 161 Riser Card for 32-bit PCI cards with PCI adapter board For the latest information on supported expansion cards, refer to your server’s hardware configurator available online at the following address: for the EMEA market: http://ts.fujitsu.com/products/standard_servers/index.htm for the Japanese market: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/system/ Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 162: Handling Slot Brackets

    Use the following slot bracket for the ModularRAID controllers based on LSI MegaRAID: – Full height bracket not-perforated Figure 75: Perforated and non-perforated slot brackets Full height bracket non-perforated Full height bracket perforated Low profile bracket perforated Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 163 Ê Carefully shift the slot bracket towards the controller until the plug shells engage with the cut-outs in the slot bracket connector panel. Figure 77: Installing the PCI slot bracket (B) Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with two screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 164 Ê Ensure that the ESD springs on the plug shells properly engage with the slot bracket as shown (see close-ups). Figure 79: Network adapter D2755 - Mounting the slot bracket (B) Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with two M3 x 4.5 mm screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 165 Ê Place the controller on the mounting tabs on the slot bracket (1). Ê Carefully shift the slot bracket towards the controller (2) until the plug shells engage with the cut-outs in the slot bracket connector panel (see close-up). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 166 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 82: Fastening the slot bracket - D3035 Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with two M3 x 4.5 mm screws. Figure 83: Assembled network adapter D3035 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 167 Ê Fold the slot bracket towards the controller until the threaded mounting tab is aligned with the screw hole on the controller (2). Figure 85: Fastening the slot bracket - D3045 Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with one M3 x 4.5 mm screw. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 168 When replacing the slot bracket, ensure to use the original M3 x 5 mm screws. Standard M3 screws may damage onboard components. Figure 87: Mounting the PCI slot bracket (A) Ê Place the controller on the mounting tabs on the slot bracket. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 169: Removing A Slot Bracket

    Hardware: 5 minutes (URU) Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Removing the slot bracket Ê Remove the two screws. Ê Remove the controller from the mounting tabs on the slot bracket. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 170: Handling Sfp+ Transceiver Modules

    – Always keep the protective port plugs attached to the transceiver optical bores and fiber-optic cable connectors until you are ready to make a connection. – Save the protective port plug for future use. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 171 Ê Insert and slide the SFP+ transceiver module into the socket connector as far as it will go. If only one slot is equipped with a SFP+ transceiver module, use the left connector as shown. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 172 Ê Carefully fold up and latch the locking bail. Figure 93: Attaching the protective optical port plug Ê If the SFP+ transceiver module is not immediately connected to an LC connector, attach the protective optical port plug to the transceiver optical bores. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 173: Removing An Sfp+ Transceiver Module

    Removing an SFP+ transceiver module Upgrade and Repair Unit Hardware: 5 minutes (URU) Tools: tool-less For Fiber Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) configurations, the ethernet server adapter is equipped with one or two SFP+ (small form-factor pluggable) transceiver modules. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 174 Save the protective port plug for future use. Figure 96: Unlatching the locking bail Ê Carefully unlatch and fold down the locking bail on the SFP+ transceiver module to eject the transceiver from the socket connector. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 175 Ê Pull the SFP+ transceiver module out of its socket connector. Ê Reattach the protective optical port plug to the transceiver optical bores. Place the removed SFP+ transceiver module in an antistatic bag or other protective environment. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 176: Expansion Cards And Riser Card

    "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 177: Removing The Pci Slot Bracket

    Ê Remove the slot bracket clamp (3). Ê Remove the slot bracket (4). CAUTION! Keep the slot bracket for further use. Always replace slot brackets into unused PCI slot openings to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 178: Installing An Expansion Card

    "Installing a slot bracket" on page 162. Figure 99: Installing the expansion card (A) Ê Carefully insert the expansion card into the desired PCI slot and press down firmly until it is fully seated in the slot. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 179: Concluding Steps

    "Installing a BBU" on page 196 "Installing an FBU" on page 190. 9.4.1.4 Concluding steps "Installing the fan module" on page 152 Ê "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê Ê Reconnect all external cables to the replaced expansion card. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 180: Removing Expansion Cards

    "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê Ê Remove all external cables from the expansion card to be removed. "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 181: Removing An Expansion Card

    Ê Press down on the slot bracket clamp to disengage it (2). Ê Remove the slot bracket clamp (3). Ê Carefully pull up on the expansion card in a vertical motion and remove it from its slot (4). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 182: Installing A Pci Slot Bracket

    "Installing the fan module" on page 152 Ê "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 183: Replacing Expansion Cards

    "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Ê Locate the defective expansion card using the onboard Local Diagnostic LEDs as described in section "Onboard indicators and controls" on page 322. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 184: Removing The Defective Expansion Card

    "Updating the NIC configuration file in a Linux environment" on page 89 Ê "Updating RAID controller firmware" on page 80 Ê "Enabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 85 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 185: Replacing The Riser Card

    "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê 9.4.4.2 Removing the defective riser card Ê Remove the expansion card from the riser card slot as described in section "Removing an expansion card" on page 181. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 186: Installing The New Riser Card

    Ê Remove the riser card (3). Ê Remove the PCI adapter board from slot 1 (4). 9.4.4.3 Installing the new riser card Figure 104: Preparing the riser card Ê Fold the cable under the riser card (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 187: Concluding Steps

    Ê Ê Reconnect all external cables to the expansion card installed in the riser card slot. "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 188: Replacing The Tfm

    Ê Remove the depending expansion card as described in section "Removing an expansion card" on page 181. Ê Disconnect the FBU adapter cable as described in section "Disconnecting the FBU adapter cable from the TFM" on page 199. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 189: Installing The New Tfm

    Ê "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê Ê Reconnect all external cables to the replaced expansion card. "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 190: Backup Units

    "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 191: Installing Tfm To The Raid Controller (If Applicable)

    Figure 107: TFM kit Screws Figure 108: Installing TFM Ê Fit the spacer bolts of the TFM on the RAID controller (1). Ê Secure the TFM on the RAID controller with the three screws (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 192: Installing The Fbu In The Holder

    Ê At a slight angle, fit the FBU under the right retaining bracket on the holder. Ê Push down the FBU until it locks in place. Figure 110: Installing the FBU in the holder (B) Ê Ensure that the FBU is properly seated in the holder. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 193: Installing The Fbu Holder Into The Chassis

    FBU holder. Ê Insert the FBU holder into the chassis so that the three fixation bolts on the chassis floor rest in the wide ends of the keyhole slots on the holder. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 194 The fixation bolts on the chassis floor will lock in the narrow ends of the keyhole slots on the holder. Ê Ensure that the locking handle on the FBU holder properly snaps in place (see close-up). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 195: Connecting The Fbu Adapter Cable To The Tfm

    "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Updating RAID controller firmware" on page 80 Ê "Enabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 85 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 196: Installing A Bbu

    "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê 9.5.3.2 Connecting the BBU cable to the BBU Figure 115: Connecting the BBU cable Ê Connect the BBU cable to the BBU. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 197: Installing The Bbu In The Holder

    9.5.3.5 Connecting the BBU cable to a controller Ê If applicable, install a RAID controller as described in section "Installing expansion cards" on page 176. Ê Connect the BBU cable to the RAID controller. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 198: Concluding Steps

    Ê If the BBU status does not change after 8 hours, please try to initiate the recalibration process manually using the ServerView RAID Manager. If this procedure still does not fix the BBU status, please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 199: Removing An Fbu

    "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê 9.5.4.2 Disconnecting the FBU adapter cable from the TFM Figure 117: Disconnecting the FBU adapter cable from the TFM Ê Disconnect the FBU adapter cable from the TFM. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 200: Removing The Fbu Holder From The Chassis

    9.5.4.4 Concluding steps "Installing the fan module" on page 152 Ê "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 201: Removing A Bbu

    9.5.5.4 Concluding steps "Installing the fan module" on page 152 Ê "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 202: Replacing An Fbu

    "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê 9.5.6.2 Removing the defective FBU Ê Remove the FBU with the holder as described in section "Removing an FBU" on page 199. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 203 Ê Press down on the locking latch on the FBU cable (see close-up) and disconnect the FBU adapter cable. Figure 120: Removing the FBU from the holder Ê At a slight angle, slide the FBU from under the retaining brackets of the holder and remove it. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 204: Installing The New Fbu

    "Locating the defective server" on page 43 Ê "Disabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 70 Ê "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 205: Removing The Defective Bbu

    Ê Press out on the right retaining bracket on the BBU holder to disengage the locking mechanism while pulling up on the BBU (1). Ê Fold up the BBU and at a slight angle remove it from the BBU holder (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 206: Installing The New Bbu

    In this case, the BBU will automatically enter a trickle charge cycle for recovery. This initial charge may take up to 8 hours before the BBU will initiate a recalibration cycle. Ê Enter the ServerView RAID Manager and check the current BBU status. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 207 Ê If the BBU status does not change after 8 hours, please try to initiate the recalibration process manually using the ServerView RAID Manager. If this procedure still does not fix the BBU status, please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 208 Expansion cards and backup units Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 209: Main Memory

    – Supported memory modules: DDR3L 1333 or 1600 unbuffered single rank (SR) or dual rank (DR) UDIMMs with ECC – Supported capacities: 2 GB, 4 GB or 8 GB. – Maximum amount of RAM: 32 GB Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 210: Memory Sequence

    – If memory modules with different speeds are used, the lowest clock rate applies for all DIMMs. Figure 123: Memory overview Channel Slot ID Table 6: Mounting order - Mirrored Channel Mode: Single CPU Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 211: Operation Modes

    "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 212: Removing A Memory Module

    "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Ê If applicable, "Updating or recovering the system board BIOS and iRMC" on page 75 "Enabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 85 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 213: Installing Memory Modules

    10.3.2 Installing a memory module Ê Identify the correct memory slot see section "Memory sequence" on page 210. Figure 125: Installing memory modules Ê Press out the securing clip at each end of the memory slot (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 214: Concluding Steps

    Ê Identify the defective memory slot using the server management software. "Disabling BitLocker functionality" on page 69 Ê "Disabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 70 Ê "Locating the defective server" on page 43 Ê "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 215: Removing The Defective Memory Module

    "Enabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 85 Ê "Enabling replaced components in the system BIOS" on page 85 Ê "Verifying the memory mode" on page 86 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 216 Main memory Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 217: Processors

    Never touch the underside of the processor. Even minor soiling such ● as grease from the skin can impair the processor’s operation or destroy the processor. For further information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 218: Basic Information

    "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 219: Removing The Processor Heat Sink

    Pay special attention not to damage any system board components surrounding the processor socket. Ê Lift the heat sink out of the chassis. Ê Thoroughly clean residual thermal paste from the surface of the heat sink and the processor using a lint-free cloth. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 220: Removing The Processor

    Ê Unlatch the socket lever by pushing it down and away from the socket (1). Ê Fold back the socket release lever (2). Figure 128: Removing the processor Ê Rotate the socket lever to lift the load plate away from the socket (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 221: Installing The Processor

    – Never touch the underside of the processor. Even minor soiling such as grease from the skin can impair the processor’s operation or destroy the processor. – Ensure not to scrape or dent the processor edges. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 222 Figure 131: Closing the load plate (B) Ê Lower the socket lever while making sure that the front edge of the load plate slides under the shoulder screw cap (see close-up) as the lever is lowered. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 223: Applying Thermal Paste

    If the processor upgrade or replacement kit contains a new CPU heat sink, a thin layer of thermal compound has already been pre-applied to its lower surface. In this case, please proceed with section "Installing the processor heat sink" on page 225. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 224 In order to determine the correct amount of thermal paste (equal to 1.0 gram), divide the grey area of the syringe up into three equal segments. Add graduation marks to the syringe using a permanent marker to help you apply the thermal paste. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 225: Installing The Processor Heat Sink

    Do not mix different types of thermal paste. 11.2.6 Installing the processor heat sink Figure 135: Installing the heat sink (A) Ê Carefully seat the heat sink on the four threaded holes as shown. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 226 – Ensure that the heat sink cooling fins match the direction of the airflow! Figure 136: Installing the heat sink (B) Ê Fasten the four captive screws on the heat sink in a crossover pattern (screw torque: 0.6 Nm, not applicable for the Japanese market) (1-4). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 227: Concluding Steps

    Ê Remove the processor heat sink as described in section "Removing the processor heat sink" on page 219. Ê Apply thermal paste to the processor surface as described in section "Applying thermal paste" on page 223. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 228: Concluding Steps

    11.3.3 Concluding steps "Installing the fan module" on page 152 Ê "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 229: Accessible Drives

    Always discharge static build-up (e.g. by touching a grounded object) before handling electrostatic- sensitive devices (ESDs). For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 230: Basic Information

    The server offers three 5.25-inch accessible drive bays for optical disk drives and backup drives: 5.25 inch x 1.6 inch Figure 137: Accessible drives mounting order (tower server) 5.25 inch x 1.6 inch Figure 138: Accessible drives mounting order (rack server) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 231: Installing Accessible Drives

    "Removing the rack front cover" on page 52 (rack server) or "Removing the Ê front cover" on page 56 (tower server) The front cover only needs to be removed in order to remove or install accessible drive dummy covers. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 232: Removing Accessible Drive Dummy Covers

    Ê Hold the accessible drive filler cover by its two handle recesses and pull it out of the desired installation bays. CAUTION! Always replace filler covers into unused drive bays to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 233 In case of the rack front cover, the procedure is identical. Ê Turn the front cover face down. Ê Press in on the lugs on either side of the drive cover. Ê Fold up (1) and remove the desired accessible drive covers (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 234: (If Applicable)

    Ê Note the screw hole description stamped onto the mounting bracket: Ê Use the square screw hole for RDX backup drives (see blue arrow). Ê Use the round screw holes for DAT72 backup drives (see orange arrow). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 235 Figure 144: Securing mounting brackets to a DAT72 backup drive Ê Secure the backup drive mounting brackets to the DAT72 backup drive with two screws per bracket as shown. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 236: Installing The Slimline Optical Disk Drive In The Slide-In Unit (If Applicable)

    Ê Fasten it with one screw to the slide-in unit on the right side. Ê Fasten it with two M2 x 2.5 mm screws to the slide-in unit on the left side. Ê Install the slide-in unit as described in section "Installing an accessible drive". Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 237: Installing An Accessible Drive

    Figure 148: Opening the accessible drive locking bar (rack systems) Ê Pull up on the locking latch to disengage the accessible drive locking bar (1). Ê Fold out the accessible drive locking bar (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 238 – For full performance, connect the USB 3.0 RDX drive to a USB 3.0 PCI interface card by USB 3.0 cable. – The USB 3.0 cable cannot be connected to a USB 2.0 RDX drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 239: Concluding Steps

    "Removing the rack front cover" on page 52 (rack server) or "Removing the Ê front cover" on page 56 (tower server) The front cover only needs to be removed in order to remove or install accessible drive dummy covers. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 240: Removing An Accessible Drive

    Ê Fold up the accessible drive locking bar. Figure 150: Removing the accessible drive Ê Carefully pull the accessible drive out of its installation bay (1). Ê Close the locking bar (2) until it locks in place (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 241: Installing Accessible Drive Dummy Covers

    Ê Hold the accessible drive filler cover by its two handle recesses and insert it into the empty installation bays with the punched-out arrow symbol facing up (see close-up). CAUTION! Always replace filler covers into unused drive bays to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 242: Concluding Steps

    (rack server) or "Installing the Ê front cover" on page 63 (tower server) "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 243: Replacing Accessible Drives

    12.4.2 Removing the defective accessible drive Ê Remove the accessible drive as described in section "Removing an accessible drive" on page 240. Ê If applicable, remove existing mounting brackets from the defective backup drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 244: Installing The New Accessible Drive

    "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Ê If applicable, "Verifying and configuring the backup software solution" on page 82 "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 245: Front Panel Module

    (ESDs) Do not touch the circuitry on boards or soldered parts. Hold circuit ● boards by their metallic areas or edges. For further information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 246: Replacing The Front Panel Module

    "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the rack front cover" on page 52 (rack server) or "Removing the Ê front cover" on page 56 (tower server) "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 247: Removing The Defective Front Panel Module

    Figure 153: Disconnecting cables from system board Ê Disconnect the front panel cable (1) and the front USB cable (2) from the system board. Ê Remove both cables from the cable clamp (see circle). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 248 Ê Carefully pull the front panel module out of its bay (3). CAUTION! Ensure that none of the cables are strained or damaged! Figure 155: Removing the cable clamp Ê If applicable, cut open the cable clamp (see circle) and remove it. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 249: Installing The New Front Panel Module

    Ê Insert the front panel module into its installation bay and carefully push in until the front screw hole on the front panel frame lines up with the centering pin on the locking bar (1). Ê Close the locking bar (2) until it locks in place (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 250: Concluding Steps

    For further information on how to obtain and use the ChassisId_Prom Tool, refer to section "Using the Chassis ID Prom Tool" on page "Enabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 85 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 251: System Board And Components

    ● The system board is optionally equipped with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM). This module enables programs from third party manufacturers to store key information, for example drive encryption using Windows Bitlocker Drive Encryption. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 252: Replacing The Cmos Battery

    "Locating the defective server" on page 43 Ê "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 253: Replacing The Defective Cmos Battery

    Ê Carefully pry the depleted CMOS battery out of its socket as shown (3). Ê Remove the CMOS battery (4). Do not throw the CMOS battery into the trash can. Lithium batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 254: Concluding Steps

    "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Verifying system information backup / restore" on page 79 Ê "Verifying the system time settings" on page 87 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 255: Usb Flash Module (Ufm)

    "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê 14.3.1.2 Installing the UFM Figure 160: UFM kit USB Flash Module (UFM) UFM spacer UFM nylon screw Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 256: Concluding Steps

    "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Enabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 85 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 257: Software Configuration

    "Locating the defective server" on page 43 Ê "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 258: Removing The Ufm

    Ê The UFM spacer remains on the system board. 14.3.2.3 Concluding steps "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 259: Replacing The Ufm

    "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê 14.3.3.2 Removing the defective UFM Ê Remove the UFM from the system board as described in section "Removing the UFM" on page 257. Ê The UFM spacer remains on the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 260: Installing The New Ufm

    Ê Remove the UFM spacer (2). Figure 166: Installing the UFM Ê Fit the UFM on the UFM connector and the remaining UFM spacer (1). Ê Secure the UFM to the UFM spacer with the nylon screw (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 261: Concluding Steps

    "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Enabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 85 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 262: Software Configuration

    "Locating the defective server" on page 43 Ê "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 263: Installing The Tpm

    The black TPM spacer is not used in this server. Figure 169: TPM mounting location Figure 170: Installing the TPM spacer Ê Snap the TPM spacer into the cut-out in the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 264 Figure 171: Installing the TPM Ê Connect the TPM to the system board. Figure 172: TPM bit insert Ê Attach the TPM bit insert or TPM module fixing tool (Japanese market) to a bit screw driver. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 265: Concluding Steps

    Ê Save your changes and exit the BIOS. For more information on how to access the BIOS and modify settings, refer to the corresponding BIOS Setup Utility reference manual. "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 266: Removing The Tpm

    Ê Open Bitlocker Drive Encryption by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Security, and then clicking Bitlocker Drive Encryption. Administrator permission required If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 267: Removing The Tpm

    For further information on how to disable BitLocker drive encryption, please refer to the Microsoft Knowledge Base. Fujitsu service partners will find additional information (also available in Japanese) on the Fujitsu Extranet web pages. Ê Disable TPM in the system board BIOS. Proceed as follows: Ê...
  • Page 268 The effort when loosing the screw should be as low as possible. Otherwise the thin metal bar may break, rendering it impossible to loosen the screw. Ê Remove the TPM screw (3). Ê Remove the TPM on the upper side of the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 269: Concluding Steps

    If the TPM is to be replaced, the TPM spacer may remain on the system board. 14.4.2.3 Concluding steps "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 270: Replacing The Tpm

    "Shutting down the server" on page 46 Ê "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê "Getting access to the component" on page 47 Ê "Removing the fan module" on page 151 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 271: Removing The Defective Tpm

    "Installing the fan module" on page 152 Ê "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 272: Replacing The System Board

    For a detailed description, please refer to section "Replacing the TPM" on page 270. The TPM is activated in the system BIOS. CAUTION! – Before replacing the system board, ask the customer whether TPM functionality is used. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 273 This applies to all static IP address and LAN teaming configurations. Ensure to note down your current network settings before replacing a network controller or the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 274: Preliminary Steps

    – UFM: refer to section "Removing the UFM" on page 257 Remove the UFM spacer from the defective system board and fasten it to the UFM with the UFM screw. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 275 Ê Remove eight screws from the system board (see circles). Figure 177: Detaching the system board Ê Slightly lift up the system board by the memory module ejectors and a PCI slot (1) in order to detach it from the centering bolts (C). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 276 Ê If applicable, remove the TPM as described in section "Removing the TPM" on page 267. Figure 179: Removing the power cable clamp Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 277: Installing The New System Board

    – Ensure not to damage the EMI springs to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements and fire protection measures. Ê At a slight angle, lower the system board into the chassis. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 278 Screw torque: 0.6 Nm (not applicable for the Japanese market) Tighten the screws in a cross diagonal pattern. Figure 182: Installing the power cable clamp Ê Press down on the power cable clamp until it snaps into place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 279: Swapping The Processor

    Ê Fold back the socket lever to disengage the load plate (2). Ê Rotate the socket lever to lift the load plate. Ê Make sure that the load plate is in the fully open position. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 280 – Contact spring is bent backwards upon itself – Contact spring tip position is shifted or out of alignment CAUTION! Never not try to fix bent contact springs. Doing so may result in loss of electrical performance and reliability. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 281 Make sure that the notches on the protective socket cover align with the posts on the socket (see orange arrows). Ê Lower the protective socket cover straight down onto the socket until it snaps in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 282 (see close-up) as the lever is lowered. Figure 187: Installing the protective socket cover (defective system board) (C) Ê Latch the socket lever under the load plate tab. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 283: Concluding Steps

    Ê If customer BIOS settings are not restored automatically, please change the settings manually (using the information collected during "preliminary steps"). If you couldn't determine the BIOS version, ask the customer to reconfigure all BIOS settings and the password. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 284 Ê If applicable, reconfigure your network settings in the operation system according to the original configuration of the replaced controller (expansion card or onboard). Ê If applicable, "After replacing the system board" on page 94 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 285: Converting A Tower Model To A Rack Model

    "Disconnecting the server from the mains" on page 46 Ê Ê Remove all external cables. "Removing the side cover" on page 53 Ê "Removing the front cover" on page 56 Ê The front cover is no longer required. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 286: Converting A Tower Model To A Rack Model

    Converting a tower model to a rack model 15.2 Converting a tower model to a rack model Removing the right side cover Figure 188: Removing the right side cover (A) Ê Remove two screws on the server rear (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 287 Remove hard disk drives and power supply modules in order to facilitate the task. Ê Lift off and remove the right side cover. The right side cover is no longer required. Ê Leave the server in its upside down position. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 288 Ê Bring the server back to its horizontal position. At least two people are needed to turn over a fully equipped server. Remove hard disk drives and power supply units in order to facilitate the task. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 289 Ê Bring the server back to its horizontal position. At least two people are needed to turn over a fully equipped server. Remove hard disk drives and power supply units in order to facilitate the task. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 290 Converting a tower model to a rack model Figure 192: Detaching the accessible drive cage (B) Ê Remove two screws from the right chassis edge (1). Ê Remove two screws from the top edge of the chassis (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 291 Ê Slightly lift up the accessible drive cage to disengage its front bottom edge from the slot on the chassis floor (1). Ê Slide the accessible drive cover from under the chassis frame as shown (2). Ê Lift the accessible drive cage out of the chassis (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 292 Ê Remove the threaded bolt from the upper edge of the accessible drive cage (2). Ê Reinstall the threaded bolt on the side of the accessible drive cage as shown (3, see close-up). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 293 Ê Slide the accessible drive cage towards the server front as far as it will go (2). Ê Ensure that the front bottom edge on the accessible drive cover properly engages in the slot in the chassis floor (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 294 Ê Secure the accessible drive cage with two screws (1). Ê Secure the accessible drive cage with two screws (2). Ê Ensure that all cables and components are properly secured inside the server and that there are no loose pieces. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 295 Preparing the intrusion switch Ê Remove the intrusion switch module as described in section "Removing the defective intrusion switch cable" on page 308. It is not necessary to disconnect the intrusion switch cable from the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 296 The rack front cover consists of a plastic frame and two rack mounting brackets with quick release levers. Figure 199: Installing rack mounting brackets Ê Fit the rack mounting bracket on the two hooks on the rack front bezel (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 297 Ê Fold down the accessible drive cover until it snaps in place (2). Use the dummy covers that have been removed from the front cover during the preliminary steps. Ê Install the rack front cover as described in section "Installing the rack front cover" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 298: Concluding Steps

    For further information on how to obtain and use the ChassisId_Prom Tool, refer to section "Using the Chassis ID Prom Tool" on page "Specifying the chassis model" on page 95 Ê "Enabling BitLocker functionality" on page 90 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 299: Cabling

    Never pull on the cable to disconnect cables. Ensure that none of the cables are scraped, strained or otherwise ● damaged while replacing system components. Immediately replace cables with damaged shielding. ● Always use shielded network cables. ● Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 300: List Of Used Cables

    / data cable backplane from USB backup drive to system USB 2.0 cable T26139-Y3973-V2 board from USB backup drive to USB 3.0 USB 3.0 cable T26139-Y4039-V80 interface card Table 8: List of used cables Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 301: Cabling Plans

    LTO 3 Backup Drive P2/3 SATA POWER FRONTPANEL Intrusion Switch USB FRONT SATA 5 HDD Backplane(s) MLC SATA 1-4 (1x 3.5” HDD BP) INTR (2x 2.5” HDD BP) P9/6 Figure 201: Power cabling with standard power supply Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 302 LTO 3 Backup Drive P2/3 SATA POWER FRONTPANEL Intrusion Switch USB FRONT SATA 5 HDD Backplane(s) MLC SATA 1-4 (1x 3.5” HDD BP) INTR (2x 2.5” HDD BP) P9/6 Figure 202: Power cabling with redundant power supply Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 303 USB FRONT LTO 3 Backup Drive USB1 AUX USB1 DAT Intrusion Switch SATA 5 SATA 6 HDD Backplane(s) MLC SATA 1-4 (1x 3.5” HDD BP) INTR (2x 2.5” HDD BP) Figure 203: Basic cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 304 2.5“ HDD BP 2 Slot 4 MLC 2 2.5” HDD BP 2 (Boot) MLC 1 3.5” / 2.5“ BP 9 / 10 BBU / FBU BBU / FBU Figure 204: SAS cabling with LTO 5/6 backup drive Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 305 SAS Controller Slot 4 MLC 2 2.5” HDD BP 2 (Boot) MLC 1 3.5” / 2.5“ BP 9 / 10 BBU / FBU BBU / FBU Figure 205: SAS cabling with LTO 3/4 backup drive Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 306 Slot 4 MLC 2 2.5” HDD BP 2 (Boot) MLC 1 2.5” HDD BP 1 BBU / FBU 9 / 10 BBU / FBU Figure 207: SATA cabling with 5 to 8 2.5-inch HDDs Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 307 Drive Bay 2 System Board D3239 USB Backup Drive Drive Bay 3 SAS Backup Drive PCI Slot 1 HDD Backplanes 3.5” HDD BP 32-bit PCI Riser Card 2.5” HDD BP 1 Figure 209: Riser card cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 308: Replacing The Intrusion Switch Cable

    "Removing the rack front cover" on page 52 (rack server) or "Removing the Ê front cover" on page 56 (tower server) 16.3.2 Removing the defective intrusion switch cable Figure 210: Disconnecting the intrusion switch cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 309 Replacing the intrusion switch cable is illustrated by the example of the 2.5-inch HDD model. In case of the 3.5-inch HDD model, the procedure is identical, although the HDD bay top cover looks slightly different. Figure 212: Intrusion switch holder in 3.5-inch HDD configurations Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 310 Cabling Figure 213: Removing the intrusion switch cable (B) Ê Slide back the intrusion switch holder until it disengages from the HDD bay top cover (1). Ê Remove the intrusion switch holder (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 311: Installing The New Intrusion Switch Cable

    In case of rack server configurations, a rubber bumper needs to be attached to the front intrusion switch as described below. When working on a tower server, please skip this step. Ê Attach a rubber bumper (C26192-Y26-C43) to the front intrusion switch as shown. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 312 Ê Slide the intrusion switch holder under the front chassis rim as far as it will go (2). Figure 216: Installing the intrusion switch cable (B) Ê Secure the intrusion switch holder on the HDD bay top cover with one screw. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 313: Concluding Steps

    (rack server) or "Installing the Ê front cover" on page 63 (tower server) "Reassembling" on page 58 Ê "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 314 Cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 315: Appendix

    Figure 218: Server front - 2.5-inch HDD / SSD model 2.5-inch HDD/SSD / dummy 4 ID card module 2 5.25-inch dummy module 5 ODD Front panel module including front 3 5.25-inch dummy module USB 3.0 connectors Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 316 Figure 219: Server front - 3.5-inch HDD model 1 3.5-inch HDD / dummy module 4 ID card 2 5.25-inch dummy module 5 ODD Front panel module including front 3 5.25-inch dummy module USB 3.0 connectors Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 317: Server Rear

    Appendix 17.1.2 Server rear Figure 220: Server rear (example: standard power supply) Figure 221: Server rear (example: redundant power supply) Power supply unit I/O panel System fan Optional expansion cards Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 318: Server Interior

    SAS / SATA backplane Expansion card slots HDD / SSD drive bay Processor / heat sink Front panel module bay Accessible drive bay CMOS battery System board D3239 Memory modules BBU/FBU Standard power supply unit Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 319 HDD drive bay Expansion card slots Front panel module bay Processor / heat sink Accessible drive bay System board D3239 CMOS battery Power distribution board Memory modules SAS / SATA backplane Power supply units Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 320: Connectors And Indicators

    Indicate USB1AUX iRMC S4 Slot 3 PCIe x8 Intel C224 USB1 Slot 2 PCIe x4 Battery Intrusion Jumper SATA6 SATA5 Slot 1 PCIe x1 HDD ACTIVITY Figure 224: Internal connectors of system board D3239 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 321 USB 2.0 connector for accessible backup drive INTR Intrusion switch cable connector Connector for USB Flash Module (UFM) SATA 5 SATA 5 connector SATA 6 SATA 6 connector Connector for Trusted Platform Module (TPM) HDD ACTIVITY (not used) Micro SD Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 322: Onboard Indicators And Controls

    LEDs are only visible if the server cover has been opened. In order to access memory LEDs (D), the system fan module needs to be removed (see section "Removing the fan module" on page 151). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 323 PCI card operational PCI card orange on PCI card failure G AUX power yellow on AUX voltages are within range green iRMC S4 management controller is H iRMC flashing operational Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 324: I/O Panel Connectors

    LAN connector. For further information, please refer to the corresponding BIOS Setup Utility reference manual. The serial connector COM1 can be used as default interface or to communicate with the iRMC S4. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 325: I/O Panel Indicators

    (CSS component) indicator yellow flashing CSS component failure server has been highlighted using ServerView Operations Manager, iRMC web ID indicator blue on frontend, or the ID button on the front panel for easy identification Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 326: Psu Indicator (Only Hot-Plug Psus)

    PSU failure (over / under voltage, over orange on temperature or fan failure) orange flashing Overload warning 17.2.2 Connectors and indicators on the front panel 17.2.2.1 Front panel connectors ① Figure 229: Front panel connectors Front USB connectors (USB 3.0) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 327: Front Panel Controls And Indicators

    In addition to local diagnostic indicators, CSS or Global Error LEDs indicate, if the defective component is a customer replaceable unit or if a service technician needs to be dispatched to replace the part. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 328 After connecting the server to the indicator orange on mains it takes about 60 secondes until the server enters the standby mode. The meaning of further buttons is described in the corresponding operating manual. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 329: Onboard Settings

    Slot 1 PCIe x1 SATA6 SATA5 HDD ACTIVITY Figure 231: Onboard settings on system board D3239 Setting Status Description Default: Password Clear and Recovery BIOS disabled Jumper RCVR: Recovery BIOS enabled settings PWD-CLR: Password Clear enabled Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 330: Minimum Startup Configuration

    Ê Take the system down to its minimum startup configuration. "Connecting the server to the mains" on page 67 Ê Ê Connect a keyboard, mouse and display to the server. "Switching on the server" on page 68 Ê Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 331 (POST phase has been passed). The minimum startup configuration must be used exclusively for diagnostic purposes by maintenance personnel, never in daily operation! Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...
  • Page 332 Appendix Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX140 S2...