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ThinkServer

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Machine Types: 0387, 0388, 0389, 0390, 0391, 0392, 0393, and 0441

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    ThinkServer User Guide Machine Types: 0387, 0388, 0389, 0390, 0391, 0392, 0393, and 0441...
  • Page 2 • Appendix A “Notices” on page 179 First Edition (June 2011) © Copyright Lenovo 2011. LIMITED AND RESTRICTED RIGHTS NOTICE: If data or software is delivered pursuant a General Services Administration “GSA” contract, use, reproduction, or disclosure is subject to restrictions set forth in Contract No. GS-35F-05925.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Software ....EasyStartup program ..ThinkServer EasyStartup ..Configuring the onboard SATA software RAID .
  • Page 4 (http://www.lenovo.com/thinkserver) ..Replacing a hot-swap redundant power Lenovo Support Web site..supply module ... . . Help and service ....
  • Page 5: Safety Information

    제품을 사용하기 전에 제품과 함께 제공되는 문서 DVD의 다국어 안전 지침을 주의 깊게 읽어보십시오. Voordat u het product gebruikt, moet u ervoor zorgen dat u de meertalige veiligheidsinstructies op de documentatie-dvd van het product hebt gelezen en begrijpt. © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 6 Be sure to read and understand all caution and danger statements in this document before you perform the procedures. Read and understand any additional safety information that comes with the server or optional device before you install, remove, or replace the device. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 7 The battery contains lithium and can explode if not properly used, handled, or disposed of. Do not: • Throw or immerse into water • Heat to more than 100°C (212°F) • Repair or disassemble Dispose of the battery as required by local ordinances or regulations. © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 8 The power control button on the device and the power switch on the power supply do not turn off the electrical current supplied to the device. The device also might have more than one power cord. To remove all electrical current from the device, ensure that all power cords are disconnected from the power source. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 9 Statement 9 CAUTION: To avoid personal injury, disconnect the hot-swap fan cables before removing the fan from the device. Statement 10 CAUTION: The following label indicates sharp edges, corners, or joints nearby. © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 10 The device also might have more than one connection to dc power. To remove all electrical current from the device, ensure that all connections to dc power are disconnected at the dc power input terminals. viii ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 11 This product contains a Class 1M laser. Do not view directly with optical instruments. Statement 18 CAUTION: Do not place any object on top of rack-mounted devices. Statement 19 CAUTION: Hazardous moving parts. Keep fingers and other body parts away. © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 12 Statement 20 CAUTION: The battery is a lithium ion battery. To avoid possible explosion, do not burn the battery. Exchange it only with the Lenovo-approved part. Recycle or discard the battery as instructed by local regulations. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 13: Chapter 1. General Information

    The Lenovo Limited Warranty (LLW) contains the warranty terms that apply to the product you purchased from Lenovo. Read the LLW on the documentation DVD that comes with your server. A printable generic version of the latest LLW is also available in more than 30 languages at http://www.lenovo.com/warranty/llw_01.
  • Page 14: Server Documentation

    Adobe Web site at: http://www.adobe.com Note: Lenovo maintains pages on the World Wide Web where you can get the latest technical information and download documentation or device drivers and updates. Some information in the documents on the ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 15 SATA software RAID, see “Configuring the onboard SATA software RAID” on page 75. Document for trained service personnel only The following document is intended for trained service personnel of Lenovo and is only available in English on the Lenovo Web site at: http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkServerUserGuides...
  • Page 16 ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 17: Chapter 2. Server Setup Road Map

    5. Review the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) settings and customize as needed. See “Using the Setup Utility program” on page 55. 6. Configure RAID and install the operating system and basic drivers. See “Using the ThinkServer EasyStartup program” on page 69 and “Configuring RAID” on page 71.
  • Page 18 ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 19: Chapter 3. Product Overview

    This topic provides general information about the server features for a variety of models. Depending on your specific model, some features might vary or not be available. For information about your specific model, use the Setup Utility program. See “Viewing information in the Setup Utility program” on page 55. © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 20 • Intel Xeon dual-core microprocessor • Intel Core™ i3 microprocessor For a list of the ThinkServer microprocessor options, go to http://www.lenovo.com/thinkserver. Click the Products tab and then click Options ➙ ThinkServer Processors to view the information. Memory Your server supports up to four double data rate 3 unbuffered dual inline memory modules (DDR3 UDIMMs) with Error Checking and Correcting (ECC) technology.
  • Page 21: Features

    RDX USB drive bundle. In your server, the P6 power connector of the power supply is for the RDX USB drive bundle. You can purchase this option directly from Lenovo. The option name is Lenovo Removable Disk Technology (RDX) USB Drive Bundle. The RDX technology combines the characteristics of tape backup with disk storage to help you protect and archive data.
  • Page 22 Some models support hot-swap hard disk drives and or hot-swap redundant power supply modules. With the hot-swap feature, you can install, remove, or replace hard disk drives or a failing power supply module without turning off the server. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 23 (iKVM) key. The iKVM key is a remote management module. You can purchase an iKVM key from Lenovo and install it on the iKVM key connector on the system board of your server to enable the iKVM function and activate the advanced system management features.
  • Page 24: Specifications

    Linux operating systems and device drivers on your server. This program is provided with your server on a self-starting (bootable) ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD. The user guide for the program is also on the DVD and can be accessed directly from the program interface. For detailed information, see “Using the ThinkServer EasyStartup program”...
  • Page 25: Thinkserver Easyupdate Firmware Updater

    The two labels are the same. One is on the front bezel and the other is on the chassis. The machine type, model, and serial number identify your server. When you contact Lenovo for help, the information helps support technicians to identify your server and provide faster service.
  • Page 26 The following illustration is a sample of the machine type, model, and serial number labels on the server. Note: Depending on the model type, your server might look slightly different from the illustration in this topic. Figure 2. Machine type, model, and serial number labels ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 27: Front View Of The Server

    Front view of the server This topic provides information to help you locate the parts on the front of the server. The following illustration shows the front view of the server. Figure 3. Front view of the server Front panel Front door Optical drive bay 2 (with an optical drive installed Front door lock...
  • Page 28 Front door handle The front door handle helps you to open the front door. DIT panel The DIT panel is only available in models that come with a DIT module. For more information, see “DIT module” on page 18. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 29: Front Panel

    Front panel This topic provides information to help you locate the control, connectors, and LEDs on the front panel of the server. The following illustration shows the control, connectors, and LEDs on the front panel of the server. Depending on the model, your server might look slightly different from the following illustration. Figure 4.
  • Page 30: Dit Module

    USB printer. If you have more than six USB devices, you can purchase a USB hub, which you can use to connect additional USB devices. DIT module This topic provides information about the DIT module and the diagnostic LEDs on the panel of the DIT module. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 31: Rear View Of The Server

    Note: The DIT module is only available in some models. The following illustration shows the location of the DIT module and the diagnostic LEDs on the DIT panel in the front of the server. Depending on the model, your server might look slightly different from the following illustration.
  • Page 32 Figure 6. Rear view of the server with a non-hot-swap power supply Power cord connector Expansion card area Serial port Ethernet connector 1 (RJ-45) VGA DB-15 connector Ethernet connector 2 (RJ-45) (for system management) Four USB connectors Front door key ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 33 For server models that have hot-swap redundant power supply module(s), there might be one or two power cord connectors on the rear of the server. For each hot-swap redundant power supply module, there might be one or two status LEDs on the power supply module near the power cord connector. When the green LED is lit, it indicates that the hot-swap redundant power supply module is working properly.
  • Page 34: Server Locks

    Locking the server cover helps prevent unauthorized access to the inside of your server and locking the front door helps prevent unauthorized access to the installed hard disk drives. Note: Depending on the model, your server might look slightly different from the illustrations in this topic. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 35 Padlock Your server comes with a padlock loop so that the server cover cannot be removed when a padlock is installed. Figure 8. Padlock Chapter 3 Product overview...
  • Page 36 The cable lock also locks the server cover. This is the same type of lock used with many notebook computers. You can order an integrated cable lock directly from Lenovo by searching for Kensington at: http://www.lenovo.com/support...
  • Page 37: Server Components

    Front door lock You can remove the key attached on the server and use it to open or lock the front door of the server. The front door helps protect the hard disk drive cages to prevent unauthorized access to the installed hard disk drives.
  • Page 38 • For more information about , see “Front view of the server” on page 15. Note: The DIT module is only available in some models and the DIT panel also varies by model. See “DIT module” on page 18. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 39 • There is a 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive or a dummy hard disk drive tray installed in each hard disk drive bay ( Note: The number of the installed hard disk drives varies by model. For the vacant drive bay, there is a dummy hard disk drive tray to cover the place.
  • Page 40 DIT panel also varies by model. See “DIT module” on page 18. • There is a 2.5-inch hot-swap SAS hard disk drive or a dummy hard disk drive tray installed in each hard disk drive bay ( ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 41 Note: The number of the installed hard disk drives varies by model. For the vacant drive bay, there is a dummy hard disk drive tray to cover the place. • For information about the supported expansion card, see “System board components” on page 42. •...
  • Page 42 • Depending on the model, your server might come with a screw-secured, non-hot-swap power supply or hot-swap redundant power supply module(s). • For more information about the memory modules, see “Memory module installation rules” on page 90. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 43 The following illustration shows the components of the server with up to four 3.5-inch non-hot-swap hard disk drives. Figure 14. Components of the server with up to four 3.5-inch non-hot-swap hard disk drives DIT module (available in some models) Front system fan 1 Front panel System board battery Optical drive bay 2 (with an optical drive installed...
  • Page 44: Hot-swap Hard Disk Drive Status Leds

    Each hot-swap hard disk drive has two status LEDs on the front. Unlock and open the front door to gain access to the hard disk drives and view the status LEDs. Figure 15. 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive status LEDs ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 45: Raid Card

    Figure 16. 2.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive status LEDs Hard disk drive activity LED Hard disk drive RAID status LED Description The hard disk drive has failed or is not present. On, green The hard disk drive is present but not in use.
  • Page 46: Hot-swap Hard Disk Drive Backplane

    Some server models come with a required RAID card to provide advanced SATA/SAS hardware RAID functions to the server. You can also purchase the RAID card from Lenovo and install it into models that support the RAID card to get advanced SATA/SAS hardware RAID functions. See “Installing or removing the RAID card”...
  • Page 47 • Up to eight 2.5-inch hot-swap SAS hard disk drives with one backplane The following illustration shows the locations of the hot-swap hard disk drive backplanes. You need to open the server cover and remove the front system fans to access the backplanes. See “Removing the server cover”...
  • Page 48 • For 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane on the upper hard disk drive cage, connect the P4 power connector of the power supply to the 8-pin power connector on the backplane. Mini-SAS signal cable connector Used to connect the mini-SAS connector on one end of the mini-SAS signal cable. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 49 Backplane for 2.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drives This topic provides information to help you locate the connectors on the 2.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane. The following illustrations show the connectors on the 2.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane. Figure 21. Front view of the 2.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane Slot 0 for a 2.5-inch SAS hot-swap hard disk Slot 4 for a 2.5-inch SAS hot-swap hard disk drive drive...
  • Page 50: Connecting Cables

    • Two 700 mm (27.56 inches) mini-SAS to mini-SAS signal cables • One 2-pin 200 mm (7.87 inches) RAID card to system board hard disk drive LED cable ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 51 Use the following instructions to connect the cables: 1. Use one 700 mm (27.56 inches) mini-SAS to mini-SAS signal cable. Connect the mini-SAS connector to the port 0 on the RAID card. Then, connect the mini-SAS connector to the mini-SAS signal cable connector on the 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane installed on the lower hard disk drive cage.
  • Page 52 SAS hard disk drive(s) to the required RAID card installed in the server. Note: SATA II is the only type of SATA supported by the RAID card. Use the following instructions to connect the cables: ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 53 If you are connecting the SATA hard disk drives to the system board, use the 450 mm (17.72 inches) mini-SAS signal cable with four SATA ports and one Serial General Purpose Input/Output (SGPIO) port. Connect the mini-SAS connector to the mini-SAS signal cable connector on the 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane and connect the four SATA ports –...
  • Page 54: System Board Components

    “Hot-swap hard disk drive backplane” on page 34. System board components Your server system board is a six-layer micro-ATX board based on the Intel Bromolow platform. The following illustration shows the component locations on the system board. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 55 Figure 27. System board components Power Management Bus (PMBus) connector Internal USB 2.0 Type A connector TPM connector Internal dual-port USB 2.0 connector 2 Memory slot 4 (DIMMB2) Internal dual-port USB 2.0 connector 1 Memory slot 3 (DIMMB1) System board battery Memory slot 2 (DIMMA2) Front panel connector Memory slot 1 (DIMMA1)
  • Page 56 Your server supports onboard SATA software RAID levels 0, 1, and 10. However, you can activate onboard SATA software RAID 5 by installing a ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 activation key in the iButton socket. For more information, see “Installing or removing the ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 Key” on page 102.
  • Page 57 Used to connect an iKVM key option, which is a kind of remote management module, to enable the iKVM function on your server. See “Installing or removing the ThinkServer iKVM Remote Management Module” on page 105. Internal USB 2.0 Type A connector Used to connect a device that uses a USB 2.0 Type A connector.
  • Page 58: System Board Jumpers

    Jumper pins arranged in groups on the system board are called jumper blocks. When two or more jumper pins are capped with a jumper, an electrical connection is made between them and the equipment is thus instructed to activate certain settings accordingly. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 59 The following illustration shows a jumper in the default setting position (pin 1 and pin 2). This is the correct position for normal operation. Figure 28. Default jumper setting Chapter 3 Product overview...
  • Page 60 1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the server. Then, disconnect all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the server. 2. Remove the server cover. See “Removing the server cover” on page 85. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 61 3. Lay the server on its side for easier operation. 4. Locate the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper on the system board and then move the jumper from the default normal position (pin 1 and pin 2) to the short-circuited position (pin 2 and pin 3). 5.
  • Page 62: System Board Leds

    POST code diagnostic LED #7 - Most Significant Bit (MSB) Bit (LSB) POST code diagnostic LED #5 POST code diagnostic LED #3 System board hardware fault LED When this LED is lit, it indicates that the system board hardware has failed. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 63 Hardware Maintenance Manual. See “Server documentation” on page 2 for information about the Hardware Maintenance Manual. Note: The POST code diagnostic LEDs and POST error code information are intended for trained service personnel of Lenovo. Chapter 3 Product overview...
  • Page 64 ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 65: Chapter 4. Turning On And Turning Off The Server

    1. When you turn off the server and leave it connected to an ac power source, the server can also respond to a remote request to turn on the server. To remove all power from the server, you must disconnect the server from the ac power source. © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 66 2. For information about your specific operating system, refer to the related documentation or help system for the operating system. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 67: Chapter 5. Configuring The Server

    This chapter provides the following information to help you configure the server: • “Using the Setup Utility program” on page 55 • “Using the ThinkServer EasyStartup program” on page 69 • “Configuring RAID” on page 71 • “Configuring the Ethernet controllers” on page 81 •...
  • Page 68: Setup Utility Program Interface

    BIOS to the version in the image. See “System board jumpers” on page 46. 2. Lenovo provides the BIOS update utility on the Lenovo Support Web site. You can download the BIOS image and follow the instructions on the Web site to update the BIOS. See “Updating or recovering the BIOS”...
  • Page 69: Advanced Menu

    The following illustration shows an example of the Main menu in the Setup Utility program. Figure 31. An example of the Main menu in the Setup Utility program To set the system date and time on the Main menu, see “Setting the system date and time” on page 64. Advanced menu This topic provides information about the various configuration menus and items on the Advanced menu in the Setup Utility program.
  • Page 70 Power on by RTC Alarm • Disabled Enable or disable powering on by RTC alarm. • Enabled Restore on AC Power Loss • Stay off Select the system resume status after ac power loss. • Last State ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 71 Menu item Submenu item Selections Comments If the power is interrupted • Power on when the server is on, after the power resumes: • If you have selected Stay off, the server will stay in the off state. • If you have selected Last State, the server will resume to the last state.
  • Page 72: Security Menu

    Some items are displayed on the menu only if the server supports the corresponding features. Notes: • Enabled means that the function is configured. • Disabled means that the function is not configured. • Default values are in boldface in the Selections column. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 73: Server Management Menu

    Security menu items Menu item Selections Comments Set Administrator Password Set an administrator password to protect against unauthorized access to your server. See “Using passwords” on page 65. Set User Password Set a user password to protect against unauthorized access to your server.
  • Page 74: Boot Options Menu

    Notes: • Enabled means that the function is configured. • Disabled means that the function is not configured. • Default values are in boldface in the Selections column. Boot Options menu items ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 75 Menu item Selections Comments • UEFI Device Boot Option #1 Set the first startup device. • Hard Disk Drive • Optical Disk Drive • Removable Device • Network Device Boot Option #2 • UEFI Device Set the second startup device. •...
  • Page 76: Setting The System Date And Time

    2. On the Main menu, select System Date or System Time. 3. Use the Tab key to switch between data elements and type the numbers from the keyboard to set the system date and time. 4. Press F10 to save settings and exit the Setup Utility program. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 77: Using Passwords

    Using passwords By using the Setup Utility program, you can set a password to prevent unauthorized access to your server. You do not have to set a password to use your server. However, using a password improves computing security. If you decide to set a password, read the following topics. Setup Utility program password type The following types of passwords are available in the Setup Utility program: •...
  • Page 78: Configuring The Tpm Function

    TPM module installed in your server. See “Installing the TPM module” on page 109. You can purchase a TPM module from Lenovo. After installing a TPM module, you need to check if the TPM function is enabled in the Setup Utility program.
  • Page 79: Exiting The Setup Utility Program

    Setup Utility program by starting your server with a system-program-update disc or a bootable USB key. Lenovo might make changes and enhancements to the BIOS and BMC firmware. When updates are released, they are available for download on the Lenovo Support Web site at http://www.lenovo.com/support.
  • Page 80: Recovering From A Bios Update Failure

    To update (flash) the BIOS, do the following: 1. Download a BIOS update utility program and its installation instructions from the Lenovo Support Web site. Then, make a bootable disc or a bootable USB key and print the TXT file that contains the installation instructions.
  • Page 81: Using The Thinkserver Easystartup Program

    (bootable) ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD. The user guide for the program is also on the DVD and can be accessed directly from the program interface. If you do not have a ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD available, you can also download an ISO image from the Lenovo Support Web site and make a disc by yourself.
  • Page 82: Features Of The Thinkserver Easystartup Program

    To start the ThinkServer EasyStartup program, do the following: 1. Insert the ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD into the optical drive, set the optical drive as the first startup device, and start your server from the DVD in the optical drive. See “Selecting a startup device” on page 66.
  • Page 83: Configuring Raid

    Read the explanations on the screen and select a desired option. Then, follow the instructions on the screen. If this is the first time you are using the ThinkServer EasyStartup program, select the option to continue to the main interface and view the compatibility notes and user guide.
  • Page 84: About Raid

    • “Configuring RAID using the ThinkServer EasyStartup program” on page 74 • “Configuring the onboard SATA software RAID” on page 75 • “Configuring the advanced SATA or SAS hardware RAID” on page 80 About RAID RAID, an acronym for Redundant Array of Independent Disks, is a technology that provides increased storage functions and reliability through redundancy.
  • Page 85: Raid For Your Server

    RAID Configuration Utility program to configure RAID. Your server supports onboard SATA software RAID levels 0, 1, and 10. You can also activate RAID level 5 by installing a ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 activation key. See “Installing or removing the ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 Key” on page 102.
  • Page 86: Configuring Raid Using The Thinkserver Easystartup Program

    ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD into the optical drive. The installation packages for the programs are located in the Utilities and Others folder in the root directory of the DVD. The ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD is designed for different types of servers and the Utilities and Others folder might contain additional installation packages that are not required to be installed into your server.
  • Page 87: Configuring The Onboard Sata Software Raid

    SATA software RAID levels 0, 1, and 10. You can also activate RAID 5 by installing a ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 activation key. See “Installing or removing the ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 Key” on page 102.
  • Page 88 Rebuild Varies by configuration. Rebuild physical drive(s). Check Consistency Varies by configuration. Check consistency of virtual drive(s). ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 89: Initializing A Virtual Drive

    RAID 5 array using the LSI Software RAID Configuration Utility program, the server also needs to have a ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 Key installed on the system board. See “Installing or removing the ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 Key” on page 102.
  • Page 90 See “Running a consistency check” on page 79. The rebuild rate is the percentage of the computing cycles dedicated to rebuilding failing drives. A rebuild rate of 100 percent means that the system gives priority to rebuilding the failing drives. The rebuild rate can ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 91: Running A Consistency Check

    be configured between 0 percent and 100 percent. At 0 percent, the rebuild is done only if the system is not doing anything else. At 100 percent, the rebuild has a higher priority than any other system activity. To configure the rebuild rate using the LSI Software RAID Configuration Utility program, do the following: Note: Using a rebuild rate of 0 or 100 percent is not recommended.
  • Page 92: Configuring The Advanced Sata Or Sas Hardware Raid

    The supported RAID levels are RAID 0, 1, and 10. To activate RAID 5 and 50 levels, you need to install a RAID 5 key on the RAID card. See “Installing or removing the ThinkServer 9240-8i RAID 5 Upgrade Key” on page 100.
  • Page 93: Configuring The Ethernet Controllers

    Web page. Updating the firmware The firmware in the server is periodically updated and is available for download on the Lenovo Support Web site. Go to http://www.lenovo.com/support, click Download & Drivers ➙ ThinkServer and then follow the instructions on the Web page to check for the latest level of firmware, such as the BIOS and BMC updates and device drivers.
  • Page 94 2. If you have updated the BIOS firmware, all the BIOS settings become the default settings of the updated BIOS version. You need to check and reconfigure the BIOS settings for your specific needs. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 95: Chapter 6. Installing, Removing, Or Replacing Hardware

    1. Go to http://www.lenovo.com/support. 2. Click Download & Drivers ➙ ThinkServer and then follow the instructions on the Web page to download firmware updates for your server. See “Updating the firmware” on page 81 for more information.
  • Page 96: Handling Static-sensitive Devices

    For proper cooling and airflow, install the server cover before you turn on the server. Operating the server for extended periods of time (more than 30 minutes) with the server cover removed might damage server components. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 97: Working Inside The Server With The Power On

    • Properly route the cables. For some options, such as PCI cards, follow the cabling instructions that come with the options in addition to the instructions in this manual. • Make sure that you replace a failing fan within 48 hours. •...
  • Page 98 It is recommended that you wait three to five minutes to let the server cool before removing the server cover. Figure 32. Sliding the server cover to the rear ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 99: Removing And Reinstalling The Front Bezel

    6. Pivot the server cover outward to completely remove it. Figure 33. Removing the server cover Attention: For proper cooling and airflow, install the server cover before turning on the server. Operating the server for more than 30 minutes with the server cover removed might damage server components. To reinstall the server cover, see “Reinstalling the server cover and reconnecting cables”...
  • Page 100 3. Remove the front bezel by releasing the three plastic tabs on the left side and pivoting the front bezel outward. Figure 34. Removing the front bezel ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 101: Installing, Removing, Or Replacing Hardware

    This topic provides instructions on how to install or remove a memory module. For a list of the ThinkServer memory module options, go to http://www.lenovo.com/thinkserver. Click the Products tab and then click Options ➙ ThinkServer Memory to view the information.
  • Page 102 Note: The installed memory modules must be the same type with the same voltage and frequency. UDIMM DIMMA1 DIMMA2 DIMMB1 DIMMB2 One UDIMM Two UDIMMs X, 1 X, 2 Three UDIMMs X, 3 X, 1 X, 2 Four UDIMMs X, 3 X, 1 X, 4 X, 2 ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 103: Installing A Memory Module

    Installing a memory module Attention: Do not open your server or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Safety information” on page iii and “Guidelines” on page 83. This topic provides instructions on how to install a memory module. Before you begin, print all the related instructions or ensure that you can view the PDF version on another computer for reference.
  • Page 104: Removing A Memory Module

    3. Lay the server on its side for easier operation. 4. Locate the memory slots on the system board. See “System board components” on page 42. 5. Remove any parts or disconnect any cables that might prevent your access to the memory slots. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 105: Installing Or Removing A Pci Card

    6. Locate the appropriate memory module that you want to remove and open the retaining clips on both ends of the memory slot. Then, grasp the memory module by its edges and carefully pull it straight up to remove it from the memory slot. Figure 39.
  • Page 106 6. Touch the static-protective package that contains the new PCI card to any unpainted surface on the outside of the server. Then, take the new PCI card out of the package. Note: Carefully handle the PCI card by its edges. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 107: Removing A Pci Card

    7. Position the new PCI card on the PCI card slot for which you have removed the slot bracket and then carefully press the PCI card straight down until it is securely seated in the slot. Install the screw to secure the PCI card in place.
  • Page 108: Installing Or Removing The Ethernet Card

    Attention: Do not open your server or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Safety information” on page iii and “Guidelines” on page 83. This topic provides instructions on how to install the Ethernet card and how to install the Ethernet card driver on Windows operating systems. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 109: Removing The Ethernet Card

    7. Make a selection depending on your needs and click Next. 8. Insert the ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD that comes with your server into the optical drive. Note: You do not need to use the driver disc that comes with the Ethernet card.
  • Page 110: Installing Or Removing The Raid Card

    To install the RAID card, do the following: 1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the server. Then, disconnect all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the server. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 111: Removing The Raid Card

    2. Remove the server cover. See “Removing the server cover” on page 85. 3. Lay the server on its side for easier operation. 4. Locate the PCI-E slot 3 on the system board. See “System board components” on page 42. 5.
  • Page 112: Installing Or Removing The Thinkserver 9240-8i Raid 5 Upgrade Key

    RAID for your server. See “Configuring RAID” on page 71. Installing or removing the ThinkServer 9240-8i RAID 5 Upgrade Key This topic provides instructions on how to install or remove the ThinkServer 9240-8i RAID 5 Upgrade Key (hereinafter referred to as the RAID 5 key).
  • Page 113 7. Locate the RAID 5 key connector on the RAID card and then insert the RAID 5 key into the connector. You might want to remove the RAID card first, install the RAID 5 key on the RAID card, and then reinstall the RAID card.
  • Page 114: Installing Or Removing The Thinkserver Sata Software Raid 5 Key

    RAID. Installing or removing the ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 Key This topic provides instructions on how to install or remove the ThinkServer SATA Software RAID 5 Key (hereinafter referred to as the system board RAID 5 key).
  • Page 115 Before you begin, print all the related instructions or ensure that you can view the PDF version on another computer for reference. Note: Use any documentation that comes with the system board RAID 5 key and follow those instructions in addition to the instructions in this topic.
  • Page 116 2. Remove the server cover. See “Removing the server cover” on page 85. 3. Lay the server on its side for easier operation. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 117: Installing Or Removing The Thinkserver Ikvm Remote Management Module

    Installing or removing the ThinkServer iKVM Remote Management Module This topic provides instructions on how to install or remove the ThinkServer iKVM Remote Management Module (hereinafter referred to as the iKVM key). The iKVM key offers convenient, remote KVM access and control through the LAN or Internet. You can use the iKVM key to gain location-independent remote access to respond to critical incidents and to undertake necessary maintenance.
  • Page 118 You can purchase an iKVM key directly from Lenovo. Installing the iKVM key Attention: Do not open your server or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Safety information”...
  • Page 119 5. Locate the iKVM key connector on the system board and then insert the iKVM key into the iKVM key connector. Note: Make sure that the iKVM key is securely seated on the system board. Figure 47. Installing the iKVM key What to do next: •...
  • Page 120 What to do next: • To work with another piece of hardware, go to the appropriate section. • To complete the removal procedure, go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 162. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 121: Installing Or Removing The Tpm Module

    Installing or removing the TPM module This topic provides instructions on how to install or remove the TPM module. The TPM module is a security chip designed by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) to provide a hardware method of data encryption. It stores passwords, encryption keys, and digital certificates to help provide security solutions and protect the computer.
  • Page 122 To remove the TPM module, do the following: 1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the server. Then, disconnect all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the server. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 123: Installing Or Removing The Dit Module

    2. Remove the server cover. See “Removing the server cover” on page 85. 3. Lay the server on its side for easier operation. 4. Locate the TPM connector on the system board and then remove the TPM module installed on the TPM connector by lifting it straight up.
  • Page 124 Then, install the screw to secure the DIT module in place. Figure 51. Installing the DIT module 7. Remove the front system fan(s). See “Replacing the front system fan” on page 149. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 125 8. Connect the other end of the signal cable to the DIT module connector on the system board. See “System board components” on page 42. Then, properly route the signal cable of the DIT module. You might need to secure the signal cable with cable clips or ties in the chassis. Figure 52.
  • Page 126 What to do next: • To work with another piece of hardware, go to the appropriate section. • To complete the removal procedure, go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 162. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 127: Installing Or Replacing An Optical Drive

    Installing or replacing an optical drive Attention: Do not open your server or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Safety information” on page iii and “Guidelines” on page 83. This topic provides instructions on how to install or replace an optical drive. The EMI integrity and cooling of the server are protected by having all drive bays covered or occupied.
  • Page 128 RDX USB drive bundle. You can purchase this option directly from Lenovo. The option name is Lenovo Removable Disk Technology (RDX) USB Drive Bundle. Before you begin, print all the related instructions or ensure that you can view the PDF version on another computer for reference.
  • Page 129 • If you are replacing an optical drive, disconnect the signal cable and the power cable from the rear of the optical drive. Press the release button in the direction as shown and push the optical drive from the rear until it is projected from the front of the chassis. Then, hold the optical drive from the front and completely slide it out of the chassis.
  • Page 130 8. If necessary, connect the other end of the signal cable to the appropriate SATA connector on the system board. See “System board components” on page 42. 9. Reinstall the front bezel if you have removed it. See “Removing and reinstalling the front bezel” on page 87. 10. Do one of the following: ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 131: Installing Or Replacing A Hot-swap Hard Disk Drive

    7 for more information about the supported hot-swap hard disk drives. For a list of the ThinkServer hard disk drive options, go to http://www.lenovo.com/thinkserver. Click the Products tab and then click Options ➙ ThinkServer Hard Drives to view the information.
  • Page 132 1. Use the front door key to unlock the front door and then use the front door handle to pivot the front door to the open position. Figure 58. Opening the front door of the server 2. Locate the appropriate hard disk drive bay. See “Server components” on page 25. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 133 3. Press the release button to open the handle of the hot-swap hard disk drive or the dummy tray. Figure 59. Opening the handle of the hot-swap hard disk drive or the dummy tray Chapter 6 Installing, removing, or replacing hardware...
  • Page 134 5. Touch the static-protective package that contains the new hot-swap hard disk drive to any unpainted surface on the outside of the server. Then, take the new hot-swap hard disk drive out of the package. Note: Do not touch the circuit board on the hard disk drive. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 135: Removing Or Installing A Non-hot-swap Hard Disk Drive

    6. Slide the new hot-swap hard disk drive into the drive bay from the front until it snaps into position and then completely close the handle. Figure 61. Installing the hot-swap hard disk drive 7. Check the hot-swap hard disk drive status LEDs to make sure that the hard disk drive is operating correctly.
  • Page 136: Removing A Non-hot-swap Hard Disk Drive

    For a list of the ThinkServer hard disk drive options, go to http://www.lenovo.com/thinkserver. Click the Products tab and then click Options ➙ ThinkServer Hard Drives to view the information. Removing a non-hot-swap hard disk drive Attention: Do not open your server or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Safety information”...
  • Page 137 2. Use the front door key to unlock the front door and then use the front door handle to pivot the front door to the open position. Figure 62. Opening the front door of the server Chapter 6 Installing, removing, or replacing hardware...
  • Page 138 5. Remove the front system fan 1. See “Replacing the front system fan” on page 149. 6. Locate the appropriate non-hot-swap hard disk drive. See “Server components” on page 25. Then, disconnect the SATA signal cable and the power cable from the rear of the non-hot-swap hard disk drive. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 139 7. Insert two fingers into the holes in the two tabs on the front of the blue bracket. Then, press the tabs towards each other and carefully slide the non-hot-swap hard disk drive out of the front of the chassis. Figure 64.
  • Page 140: Installing A Non-hot-swap Hard Disk Drive

    25 to locate the hard disk drive bays in your server. • For RAID configuration, the hard disk drives must be the same type with the same capacity if they are within a single RAID array. For more information, see “Configuring RAID” on page 71. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 141 • For hard disk drives with different capacities, install the hard disk drive with the lowest capacity first. Before you begin, print all the related instructions or ensure that you can view the PDF version on another computer for reference. Notes: •...
  • Page 142 7. Touch the static-protective package that contains the new non-hot-swap hard disk drive to any unpainted surface on the outside of the server. Then, take the new non-hot-swap hard disk drive and the signal cable out of the package. Note: Do not touch the circuit board on the hard disk drive. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 143 8. Install the new non-hot-swap hard disk drive into a blue bracket by flexing the sides of the bracket and aligning pin , pin , pin , and pin on the bracket with the corresponding holes in the hard disk drive so that the hard disk drive can be seated in the bracket.
  • Page 144 11. Connect the other end of the SATA signal cable to the appropriate SATA connector on the system board. See “System board components” on page 42. 12. Reinstall the front system fan 1. See “Replacing the front system fan” on page 149. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 145: Replacing The Hot-swap Hard Disk Drive Backplane

    13. Align the top edge of the EMI-protective panel with the top side of the hard disk drive cage and then pivot the EMI-protective panel down until it snaps into position. Figure 70. Installing the EMI-protective panel 14. Close and lock the front door. What to do next: •...
  • Page 146 Figure 71. Removing the hard disk drive cage 9. Depending on whether your server has a 2.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive cage with backplane or 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive cage(s) with backplane(s), do one of the following: ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 147 • For the 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane, remove the four screws that secure the backplane and then remove the backplane from the hard disk drive cage. Figure 72. Removing the 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane • For the 2.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drive backplane, remove the six screws that secure the backplane and then remove the backplane from the hard disk drive cage.
  • Page 148 14. Refer to your note and reconnect the cables to the backplane. 15. Reinstall the front system fan. See “Replacing the front system fan” on page 149. 16. Reinstall the front bezel. See “Removing and reinstalling the front bezel” on page 87. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 149: Replacing The Non-hot-swap Power Supply Assembly

    17. If you are instructed to return the old hot-swap hard disk drive backplane, follow all packaging instructions and use any packaging materials that are supplied to you for shipping. What to do next: • To work with another piece of hardware, go to the appropriate section. •...
  • Page 150 Then, push the power supply assembly from the rear until it is released from the metal retaining tab Figure 77. Releasing the non-hot-swap power supply assembly ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 151 8. Pivot the power supply assembly a little bit in the direction as shown and then lift it out of the chassis. Figure 78. Removing the non-hot-swap power supply assembly 9. Touch the static-protective package that contains the new power supply assembly to any unpainted surface on the outside of the server.
  • Page 152: Replacing A Hot-swap Redundant Power Supply Module

    Then, install the four screws to secure the new power supply assembly in place. Note: Use only screws provided by Lenovo. Figure 79. Installing the non-hot-swap power supply assembly 11. Refer to your note and connect the new power supply assembly cables to the system board, all drives, and or hot-swap hard disk drive backplane(s), depending on the model.
  • Page 153 This topic provides instructions on how to replace a hot-swap redundant power supply module. This topic applies only to server models that come with hot-swap redundant power supply module(s). For each hot-swap redundant power supply module, there might be one or two status LEDs on the power supply module near the power cord connector.
  • Page 154 Figure 80. Removing a hot-swap redundant power supply module 2. Touch the static-protective package that contains the new hot-swap redundant power supply module to any unpainted surface on the outside of the server. Then, remove the new hot-swap redundant power supply module from the package. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 155: Replacing The Power Distribution Board And Cage Assembly

    3. Note the orientation of the hot-swap redundant power supply module and then slide the new hot-swap redundant power supply module into the chassis until it snaps into position. Note: If your server comes with one hot-swap redundant power supply module installed in the redundant power supply module bay 1 (the bay number is marked on the rear of the chassis) and you are installing a secondary hot-swap redundant power supply module to provide redundant power, you need to remove the shield that protects the bay 2 first.
  • Page 156 7. Release the power cables of the power distribution board and cage assembly from the cable clips and ties in the chassis. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 157 8. Remove the four screws at the rear of the chassis and the two screws on the metal clip at the front of the power distribution board and cage assembly. Then, push the power distribution board and cage assembly from the rear until it is released from the metal retaining tab and then carefully lift it out of the chassis.
  • Page 158 Note: Use only screws provided by Lenovo. Figure 83. Installing the power distribution board and cage assembly 11. Refer to your note and connect the power cables of the new power distribution board and cage assembly to the system board, all drives, and or hot-swap hard disk drive backplane(s), depending on the model.
  • Page 159: Replacing The Front Panel Board Assembly

    Replacing the front panel board assembly Attention: Do not open your server or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Safety information” on page iii and “Guidelines” on page 83. This topic provides instructions on how to replace the front panel board assembly. Before you begin, print all the related instructions or ensure that you can view the PDF version on another computer for reference.
  • Page 160 Then, take the new front panel board assembly out of the package. 10. Note the cable connection. Then, disconnect the signal cables from the rear of the old front panel board assembly and connect them to the rear of the new one. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 161: Replacing The Front System Fan

    11. Route the signal cables of the new front panel board assembly through the corresponding hole in the chassis and position the new front panel board assembly on the chassis so that the screw hole in it is aligned with the corresponding screw hole in the chassis.
  • Page 162 Note: The front system fan 2 is only available in server models with five to eight 3.5-inch hot-swap hard disk drives installed. The front system fan 2 should only be factory-installed. Lenovo does not support users and servicers to install a secondary front system fan by themselves.
  • Page 163 5. Press the two tabs of the front system fan towards each other until the two tips are aligned with the corresponding holes in the chassis. Then, carefully slide the front system fan out of the chassis. Figure 86. Removing the front system fan 6.
  • Page 164: Replacing The Rear System Fan

    2. Remove the server cover. See “Removing the server cover” on page 85. 3. Locate the rear system fan. See “Server components” on page 25. 4. Disconnect the rear system fan cable from the system fan 3 connector on the system board. See “System board components” on page 42. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 165 5. The rear system fan is attached to the chassis by four rubber mounts. Remove the rear system fan by cutting the rubber mounts and pulling the rear system fan out of the chassis. Figure 88. Removing the rear system fan 6.
  • Page 166: Replacing The Heat Sink And Fan Assembly

    Attention: Do not open your server or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Safety information” on page iii and “Guidelines” on page 83. This topic provides instructions on how to replace the heat sink and fan assembly. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 167 CAUTION: Hazardous moving parts. Keep fingers and other body parts away. CAUTION: The heat sink and fan assembly might be very hot. Turn off the server and wait three to five minutes to let the server cool before removing the server cover. Before you begin, print all the related instructions or ensure that you can view the PDF version on another computer for reference.
  • Page 168 See “System board components” on page 42. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 169: Replacing The Microprocessor

    10. Install the four screws to secure the new heat sink and fan assembly on the system board. It is recommended that you carefully install the four screws using the following method to avoid any possible damage to the system board. a.
  • Page 170 Then, pivot the handle upward until the handle and the microprocessor retainer are in the fully open position. Note: Your microprocessor and socket might look different from the one illustrated. Figure 92. Lifting the handle to open the microprocessor retainer ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 171 6. Touch only the edges of the microprocessor and carefully lift it straight up and out of the microprocessor socket. Place the old microprocessor on a static-protective surface. Note: Do not touch the gold contacts on the bottom of the microprocessor. Figure 93.
  • Page 172 What to do next: • To work with another piece of hardware, go to the appropriate section. • To complete the replacement, go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 162. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 173: Replacing The System Board Battery

    Replacing the system board battery Attention: Do not open your server or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Safety information” on page iii and “Guidelines” on page 83. This topic provides instructions on how to replace the system board battery. Your server has a special type of memory that maintains the date, time, and configuration information for built-in features.
  • Page 174: Completing The Parts Replacement

    This topic provides instructions on how to reinstall the server cover and reconnect cables to your server. Attention: For proper cooling and airflow, reinstall the server cover before turning on the server. Operating the server for extended periods of time (more than 30 minutes) with the server cover removed might damage server components. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 175 Before you begin, print all the related instructions or ensure that you can view the PDF version on another computer for reference. Note: Depending on the model, your server might look slightly different from the illustrations in this topic. To reinstall the server cover and reconnect cables to your server, do the following: 1.
  • Page 176: Updating The Server Configuration

    Attention: To avoid component damage, connect the power cord(s) last. Note: In most areas of the world, Lenovo requires the return of the defective CRU. Information about this will come with the CRU or will come a few days after the CRU arrives.
  • Page 177 • To use the ThinkServer EasyStartup program, see “Using the ThinkServer EasyStartup program” on page 69. • To update your system firmware, see “Updating the firmware” on page 81. Chapter 6 Installing, removing, or replacing hardware...
  • Page 178 ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 179: Chapter 7. Troubleshooting And Diagnostics

    (Ethernet status LEDs), the system board, the hot-swap hard disk drives (if supported), and the optical drive(s). The various LEDs help you easily identify the system and device status and diagnose problems. For information about the LEDs, refer to the related topics in “Locations” on page 13. © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 180: Using The Diagnostic Program

    You can run the diagnostic program from a diagnostic disc that you created. To use the diagnostic program, do the following: Note: Lenovo maintains the Support Web site by making changes and improvements periodically. The actual procedure might vary slightly from what is described in this topic.
  • Page 181: Optical Drive Problems

    Symptom Action The ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD does not start. 1. Make sure that the server supports the ThinkServer EasyStartup program and has a bootable DVD drive. 2. Make sure that you have set the optical drive with the ThinkServer EasyStartup DVD as the first startup device.
  • Page 182: Hard Disk Drive Problems

    • All cables and jumpers (if any) are installed correctly. 2. Run any diagnostic programs to test the hard disk drive. 3. Reinstall the non-hot-swap hard disk drive and reconnect cables. 4. Replace the signal cable for the non-hot-swap hard disk drive. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 183 Symptom Action 5. Replace the non-hot-swap hard disk drive. A newly installed hot-swap hard disk drive is not 1. Make sure that the drive is installed into the correct recognized. drive bay. 2. Restart the server. 3. Remove the drive from the bay, wait 45 seconds, and reinsert the drive into the bay, making sure that the drive connects to the hot-swap hard disk drive backplane.
  • Page 184: Memory Module Problems

    • No keys are stuck. • The USB controller is enabled in the Setup Utility program. See “Using the Setup Utility program” on page 55. 2. Restart the server. ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 185 Symptom Action 3. Replace the keyboard. The mouse or pointing device does not work. 1. Make sure that: • The mouse or pointing device cable is securely connected to the server. If the USB mouse or pointing device is connected to a USB hub, disconnect the mouse or pointing device from the hub and connect it directly to the server.
  • Page 186 ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 187: Chapter 8. Getting Information, Help, And Service

    Lenovo maintains pages on the World Wide Web where you can get the latest technical information and download documentation or device drivers and updates. To access the Lenovo Support Web site, go to: http://www.lenovo.com/support...
  • Page 188: Help And Service

    • Check the power switches to make sure that the system and optional devices are turned on. • Use the troubleshooting information in your system documentation on the documentation DVD that comes with your product. • Check for the updated information, new device drivers, and hints and tips on the Lenovo Support Web site at: http://www.lenovo.com/support If possible, be at your product when you call.
  • Page 189: Using Other Services

    Service availability and service name might vary by country or region. For more information about these services, go to the Lenovo Web site at: http://www.lenovo.com...
  • Page 190 ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 191: Appendix A. Notices

    Lenovo representative for information on the products and services currently available in your area. Any reference to a Lenovo product, program, or service is not intended to state or imply that only that Lenovo product, program, or service may be used. Any functionally equivalent product, program, or service that does not infringe any Lenovo intellectual property right may be used instead.
  • Page 192: Trademarks

    Lenovo encourages owners of information technology (IT) equipment to responsibly recycle their equipment when it is no longer needed. Lenovo offers a variety of programs and services to assist equipment owners in recycling their IT products. For information on recycling Lenovo products, go to: http://www.lenovo.com/lenovo/environment/recycling...
  • Page 193: Battery Return Program

    Collecting and recycling a disused Lenovo computer or monitor If you are a company employee and need to dispose of a Lenovo computer or monitor that is the property of the company, you must do so in accordance with the Law for Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources.
  • Page 194: Requirement For Batteries Containing Perchlorate

    In the absence of specific limits that are set forth in this document, you must implement practices that maintain particulate and gas levels that are consistent with the protection of human health and safety. If Lenovo determines that the levels of particulates ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 195: Important Information For The European Directive 2002/96/ec

    Lenovo may condition provision of repair or replacement of servers or parts on implementation of appropriate remedial measures to mitigate such environmental contamination. Implementation of such remedial measures is a customer responsibility.
  • Page 196 Auswirkungen der Geräte auf die Umwelt und den menschlichen Organismus aufgrund gefährlicher Substanzen minimiert werden. Weitere Informationen zur Entsorgung von Elektro- und Elektronikaltgeräten finden Sie unter der Adresse: http://www.lenovo.com/lenovo/environment. La marca de Residuos de equipos eléctricos y electrónicos (WEEE) se aplica sólo a los países pertenecientes a la Unión Europea (UE) y a Noruega.
  • Page 197 Para obter informações adicionais acerca da REEE consulte o sítio da web: http://www.lenovo.com/lenovo/environment. Het WEEE-merkteken (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) geldt alleen voor landen binnen de Europese Unie (EU) en Noorwegen. Apparaten worden van een merkteken voorzien overeenkomstig Europese Richtlijn 2002/96/EC inzake afgedankte elektrische en elektronische apparatuur (waste electrical and electronic equipment, WEEE).
  • Page 198: Restriction Of Hazardous Substances Directive (rohs)

    Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) This topic provides statements about the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS). ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 199: China Rohs

    China RoHS Turkish statement of compliance The Lenovo product meets the requirements of the Republic of Turkey Directive on the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE). Appendix A. Notices...
  • Page 200: German Ordinance For Work Gloss Statement

    Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used in order to meet FCC emission limits. Lenovo is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by using other than specified or recommended cables and connectors or by unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment.
  • Page 201 Geräte der Klasse A. Dieses Gerät ist berechtigt, in Übereinstimmung mit dem Deutschen EMVG das EG-Konformitätszeichen - CE - zu führen. Verantwortlich für die Konformitätserklärung nach Paragraf 5 des EMVG ist die Lenovo (Deutschland) GmbH, Gropiusplatz 10, D-70563 Stuttgart. Informationen in Hinsicht EMVG Paragraf 4 Abs. (1) 4: Das Gerät erfüllt die Schutzanforderungen nach EN 55024 und EN 55022 Klasse A.
  • Page 202 Japan compliance statement for products which connect to the power mains with rated current less than or equal to 20 A per phase China Class A compliance statement Taiwan Class A compliance statement Lenovo product service information for Taiwan ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 203: Index

    Setup Utility program Ethernet controllers expansion slots server features configuring RAID advanced SATA or SAS hardware RAID onboard SATA software RAID using the ThinkServer EasyStartup program configuring the server fans connecting features cables features considerations, password ThinkServer EasyStartup program...
  • Page 204 DIMM memory module memory module installation rules installing installing DIMM removing DIT module memory module installation Ethernet card guidelines hardware microprocessor hot-swap hard disk drive features iKVM key replacing ThinkServer User Guide...
  • Page 205 RAID 5 key on the RAID card front door lock installing integrated cable lock removing padlock RAID array Security menu creating, adding, or deleting Setup Utility program RAID card serial number label © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 206 ThinkServer EasyStartup service, getting software setting ThinkServer EasyStartup program hot-spare drive features setting, changing, deleting starting password using Setup Utility program ThinkServer EasyUpdate Firmware Updater exiting software interface ThinkServer Web address password starting Setup Utility program TPM module using installing software...
  • Page 207 Setup Utility program virtual drive initializing Web site compatible options working inside the server with the power on guidelines © Copyright Lenovo 2011...
  • Page 208 ThinkServer User Guide...

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