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PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition
Headless Server
September 2011

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  • Page 1 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual - English PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Headless Server September 2011...
  • 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 Before reading this manual For your safety This manual contains important information for safely and correctly using this product. Carefully read the manual before using this product. Pay particular attention to the accompanying manual "Safety Notes and Regulations" and ensure these safety notes are understood before using the product.
  • 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: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......15 Where to find which information? ....16 Notational conventions .
  • Page 6 Contents 4.3.3 Removing the front cover ..... 49 Closing the server ......50 4.4.1 Installing the front cover .
  • Page 7 Contents Hard disk drives ......83 Mounting order for 3.5-inch HDDs ....84 Installing 3.5-inch HDDs .
  • Page 8 Contents Expansion cards and battery backup units ..117 Main memory ......119 10.1 Basic information .
  • Page 9 Contents 11.3 Replacing the processor heat sink ....145 11.3.1 Required tools ......145 11.3.2 Preliminary steps .
  • Page 10 Contents Front panel and external connectors ... . . 177 13.1 Replacing the front panel module ....177 13.1.1 Required tools .
  • Page 11 Contents Cabling ......217 15.1 Cabling overview ......218 15.1.1 Cable plans .
  • Page 12 Contents 16.5 Troubleshooting and error analysis ... . . 246 16.5.1 The server cannot be powered on at all ... . 246 16.5.2 The power-on indicator reports an error by flashing continuously .
  • Page 13: Version History

    Version history Issue number Reason for update 1.0 / September 2011 Initial release Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 14 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 15: Introduction

    Introduction This Upgrade and Maintenance Manual provides instructions for the following procedures: Upgrading the server configuration by adding optional hardware ● components Upgrading the server configuration by replacing existing hardware ● components with superior ones. Replacing defective hardware components ● This manual focuses on on-site maintenance tasks.
  • Page 16: Where To Find Which Information

    Internet. The overview page showing the online documentation available on the Internet can be found using the URL (for EMEA market): http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com. The PRIMERGY server documentation can be accessed using the Industry standard servers navigation option. For the Japanese market: Please refer to the following URL for the latest product manuals: http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/primergy/manual/...
  • Page 17: Notational Conventions

    Introduction Notational conventions The following notational conventions are used in this manual: indicates commands or menu items Text in italics indicates system output fixed font indicates text to be entered by the user semi-bold fixed font "Quotation marks" indicate names of chapters and terms that are being emphasized describes activities that must be performed in the order Ê...
  • Page 18 Introduction Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 19: Before You Start

    "Tools you need at hand" on page Installing optional components The "PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Server Operating manual" gives an introduction to server features and provides an overview of available hardware options. Use the Fujitsu ServerView Suite management software to prepare hardware expansions.
  • Page 20: Classification Of Procedures

    Before you start 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 21: Upgrade And Repair Units (Uru)

    Before you start 2.1.2 Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Upgrade and Repair Units are non hot-plug components that can be ordered separately to be installed as options (Upgrade Units) or are available to the customer through customer self service (Repair Units). Upgrade and repair procedures involve shutting down and opening the server.
  • Page 22: 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 23: Average Task Duration

    Before you start Average task duration Average task duration: 10 minutes The average task duration including preliminary and concluding steps is indicated at the beginning of each procedure next to the procedure class. Refer to table 1 on page 23 for an overview of steps taken into account for calculating the average task duration: Step...
  • Page 24: Tools You Need At Hand

    Before you start Tools you need at hand When preparing the maintenance task, ensure that all required tools are available according to the overview below. You will find a list of required tools at the beginning of each procedure. Screw driver / Screw Usage Type...
  • Page 25: Documents You Need At Hand

    For the Japanese market please use the following address: http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/primergy/manual/ Document Description "Quick Start Hardware - Quick installation poster for initial operation, PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core available only in printed form Edition" leaflet "PRIMERGY ServerView Suite - DVD booklet on initial software Overview & Installation" DVD...
  • Page 26 Spare parts identification and information system (EMEA market only), available for online use or download (Windows OS) at Illustrated Spares catalog http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/illustrated_spares or from the CSS component view of the ServerView Operations Manager available from the ServerView Suite DVD 2...
  • Page 27: Important Information

    Important information CAUTION! Before installing and starting up a device, please observe the safety instructions listed in the following section. This will help you to avoid making serious errors that could impair your health, damage the device and endanger the data base. Keep this manual and the other documentation (such as the technical manual, documentation DVD) close to the device.
  • Page 28 Important information If the device is brought in from a cold environment, condensation may form ● both inside and on the outside of the device. Wait until the device has acclimatized to room temperature and is absolutely dry before starting it up. Material damage may be caused to the device if this requirement is not observed.
  • Page 29 Important information 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. Route the cables in such a way that they do not create a potential hazard ●...
  • Page 30 Important information 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. Devices inside the server remain hot after shutdown. Wait for a while after ●...
  • Page 31 Important information Working with optical disk drives and media When working with optical disk drives, these instructions must be followed. CAUTION! Only use CDs/DVDs/BDs that are in perfect condition, in order to ● prevent data loss, equipment damage and injury. Check each CD/DVD/BD for damage, cracks, breakages etc.
  • Page 32 Important information Do not contaminate the CD/DVD/BD surface with fingerprints, oil, ● dust, etc. If dirty, clean with a soft, dry cloth, wiping from the center to the edge. Do not use benzene, thinners, water, record sprays, antistatic agents, or silicone-impregnated cloth. Be careful not to damage the CD/DVD/BD surface.
  • Page 33 Important information Modules with Electrostatic-Sensitive Devices Modules with electrostatic-sensitive devices are identified by the following sticker: Figure 1: ESD label When you handle components fitted with ESDs, you must always observe the following points: Switch off the system and remove the power plugs from the power outlets ●...
  • Page 34: Energy Star

    Important information Transporting the server Only transport the server in its original packaging or in packaging that ● protects it from impacts and jolts. For the Japanese market, transporting the device in its original packaging does not apply. Do not unpack the server until it is at its installation location. ●...
  • Page 35: 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 36: 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 37 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 38 Important information Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 39: Basic Hardware Procedures

    Basic hardware procedures Using diagnostics information Please refer to the "PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating manual" for detailed information on the following tasks: – Diagnostics and troubleshooting – Recovering the operating system – Resetting the server – Gathering diagnostic information using PrimeCollect...
  • Page 40: Shutting Down The Server

    Basic hardware procedures Shutting down the server CAUTION! For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important information" on page Ê Inform the system administrator that the server will be shut down and put offline. Ê Terminate all applications. Ê Verify if your backup software solution requires preparative configuration before starting the procedure as described in section "Verifying and configuring the backup software solution"...
  • Page 41 Basic hardware procedures Disconnecting the power cord Figure 3: Removing the power cord from the PSU cable tie Ê Pull out the locking lever on the PSU cable tie (1) and loosen the loop (2). Ê Disconnect the power cord from the PSU and remove it from the cable tie. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 42: Opening The Server

    In order to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on ● electromagnetic compatibility) and satisfy cooling requirements, the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition server must not run while the side cover is removed. For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important...
  • Page 43: Removing The Side Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.3.1 Removing the side cover Figure 4: Removing the side cover Ê Pull up on the locking lever (1). This will disengage the locking mechanism. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 44 Basic hardware procedures Figure 5: Removing the side cover Ê Fold open the side cover (2). Ê Remove the side cover (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 45: Removing Accessible Drives

    Basic hardware procedures 4.3.2 Removing accessible drives 4.3.2.1 Removing optical disk drives (ODDs) Figure 6: Disconnecting cables from the optical disk drive Ê Disconnect all cables from the optical disk drive. Power cable connector P8 SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 46 Basic hardware procedures Figure 7: Removing the optical disk drive Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and push out the accessible drive from behind (2). Ê Remove the accessible drive from its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 47: Removing The Backup Drive

    Basic hardware procedures 4.3.2.2 Removing the backup drive Figure 8: Disconnecting cables from the backup drive Ê Disconnect all cables from the backup drive. Power adapter cable USB cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 48 Basic hardware procedures Figure 9: Removing the backup drive Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and push out the backup drive from behind (2). Ê Remove the backup drive from its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 49: Removing The Front Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.3.3 Removing the front cover Figure 10: Removing the front cover Ê Disengage the three locking tabs on the front cover (1). Ê Carefully rotate open (2) and unhook the front cover (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 50: Closing The Server

    In order to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on ● electromagnetic compatibility) and satisfy cooling requirements, the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition server must not run while the side cover is removed. For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important...
  • Page 51: Installing The Front Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.4.1 Installing the front cover Figure 11: Installing the front cover Ê Hook the three tabs on the front bezel into the notches in the chassis (1). Ê Carefully close the front bezel (2). Make sure that all three locking latches properly engage (3).
  • Page 52: Installing The Optical Disk Drive (Odd)

    Basic hardware procedures 4.4.2 Installing the optical disk drive (ODD) Figure 12: Installing the optical disk drive Ê Insert the optical disk drive into its installation bay and carefully push in until it locks in place. Make sure that the fixation plate is attached to the left side of the accessible drive.
  • Page 53 Basic hardware procedures Figure 13: Connecting cables to the optical disk drive Ê Connect cables to the optical disk drive. Power cable connector P8 SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 54: Installing The Backup Drive

    Basic hardware procedures 4.4.3 Installing the backup drive Figure 14: Installing the backup drive Ê Insert the backup drive into its installation bay and carefully push in until it locks in place. Make sure that the fixation plate is attached to the left side of the accessible drive.
  • Page 55 Basic hardware procedures Figure 15: Connecting cables to the backup drive Ê Connect cables to the backup drive. Power adapter cable USB cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 56: Installing The Side Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.4.4 Installing the side cover Figure 16: Installing the side cover (A) Ê Latch the bottom edge of the side cover to the server chassis (1). Ê Close the side cover (2) until it locks in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 57: Connecting The Server To The Mains

    Basic hardware procedures Connecting the server to the mains The PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition server is equipped with a standard power supply unit that automatically adjusts to any mains voltage in the range of 100 VAC to 240 VAC.
  • Page 58: Switching On The Server

    ● order to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on electromagnetic compatibility) and to satisfy cooling requirements, the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition server must not run while the side cover is removed Follow the safety instructions in chapter "Important information" on ●...
  • Page 59 Note on the push button mains switch Figure 19: Push button mains switch The PRIMERGY TX100 S3 server family offers a Zero Watt operating mode in which the system does not draw any power when switched off or hibernating. The push button mains switch (1) on the power supply unit is employed in the Zero Watt concept but does not apply to the headless operating mode.
  • Page 60: Removing The Hdd Cage

    Basic hardware procedures Removing the HDD cage 4.7.1 Preliminary steps Before replacing the system fan module, perform the following steps: Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server" on page Ê Remove the AC power cord from the cable tie and disconnect it from the system as described in section "Disconnecting the power cord"...
  • Page 61 Basic hardware procedures Figure 21: Removing the HDD cage Ê Push down on the front side of the HDD cage to release the locking mechanism (1). Ê Slide the HDD cage towards the server rear as far as it will go (2). Ê...
  • Page 62: Installing The Hdd Cage

    Basic hardware procedures Figure 22: System board connector FAN2 SYS Ê Disconnect the fan cable from system board connector FAN2 SYS (see circle). Ê Lift the HDD cage out of the chassis. Installing the HDD cage Figure 23: System board connector FAN2 SYS Ê...
  • Page 63 Basic hardware procedures Figure 24: Inserting the HDD cage Ê At a slight angle, lower the HDD cage into the chassis as shown (1). Ê Slide the HDD cage towards the server front until the lower locking tabs on the HDD cage engange with the mounting bracket on the chassis floor (see blue circle) (2).
  • Page 64: Concluding Steps

    Basic hardware procedures Figure 25: Securing the HDD cage Ê Secure the HDD cage to the chassis with four screws (see circles). 4.8.1 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Reinstall the HDDs as described in section "Installing 3.5-inch HDDs"...
  • Page 65: Basic Software Procedures

    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 66: 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 67: Completing The Maintenance Task

    This procedure does not apply to the Japanese market. Please follow the update procedure intended for the Japanese market. Usually, the procedure for updating the BIOS of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Server involves the usage of the BIOS ASP package. However, in case...
  • Page 68: Note On Boot Sequence Settings

    Basic software procedures Ê Switch on the server. The BIOS update procedure should now start from the attached USB stick. The activity LED on the USB stick (if present) will flash in intervals at a high frequency, indicating read access. –...
  • Page 69: Verifying And Configuring The Backup Software Solution

    The server should now boot from the Maintenance & Recovery DVD. Ê Repeat the recovery process as described in section "Recovering / resetting your server" of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating Manual. Ê After the recovery process is complete, boot the operating system and reset the date and time of your Headless server.
  • Page 70: Viewing The System Event Log (Sel)

    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 5.2.4 Viewing the System Event Log (SEL)
  • Page 71: Performing A Raid Array Rebuild

    Basic software procedures 5.2.5 Performing a RAID array rebuild After replacing a hard disk drive that has been combined into a RAID array, RAID rebuild will be performed completely unattended as a background process. Figure 26: Progress bar (RAID array rebuild) CAUTION! The system is now operational, however, data redundancy will not be available until the RAID array rebuild is complete.
  • Page 72 Basic software procedures Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 73: Power Supply

    This chapter provides information on how to replace the power supply unit (PSU). The PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition server is equipped with a standard power supply unit that automatically adjusts to any mains voltage in the range of 100 VAC to 240 VAC.
  • Page 74: Replacing The Power Supply Unit

    Power supply Replacing the power supply unit Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average task duration: 10 minutes 6.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Replacing the power supply unit: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver 6.1.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the power supply unit (PSU), perform the following steps:...
  • Page 75: Disconnecting Power Cables

    Power supply 6.1.3 Disconnecting power cables Figure 27: Disconnecting power cables Ê While pressing the release latch on the connector, disconnect the PSU ATX power connector from system board connector POWER. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 76 Power supply Figure 28: Disconnecting power cable Ê Disconnect the PSU power management connector from system board connector PC2009. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 77: Removing The Power Supply Unit

    Power supply 6.1.4 Removing the power supply unit Figure 29: Detaching the PSU Ê Remove four screws from the PSU (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 78 Power supply Figure 30: Removing the PSU Ê Slide the defective PSU inside the chassis by 3 cm (1). Ê Lift the defective PSU out of the chassis (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 79: Installing The Power Supply Unit

    Power supply 6.1.5 Installing the power supply unit Figure 31: PSU mounting brackets Note the positions of the PSU mounting brackets on the chassis (see circles). Figure 32: Installing the PSU Ê Insert the new power supply unit into the chassis leaving a gap of about 3 cm to the rear chassis wall (1).
  • Page 80 Power supply Figure 33: Securing the PSU Ê Secure the PSU to the chassis with four screws (M3 x 4.5 mm, see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 81: Reconnecting Power Cables

    Power supply 6.1.6 Reconnecting power cables Figure 34: Connecting power cables Ê Connect the PSU ATX power connector to system board connector POWER. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 82: Concluding Steps

    Power supply Figure 35: Connecting power cable Ê Connect the PSU power management connector to system board connector PC2009. 6.1.7 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover" on page Ê...
  • Page 83: Hard Disk Drives

    Hard disk drives This chapter provides information on how to install or remove hard disk drives. Safety notes CAUTION! Hard disk drives must all be marked clearly so that they can be ● reinstalled in their original places after an upgrade. Otherwise, data may be lost.
  • Page 84: Mounting Order For 3.5-Inch Hdds

    Hard disk drives Mounting order for 3.5-inch HDDs – Hard disk drives with different capacities are installed from highest to lowest capacity. – Hard disk drives with different rotation speeds are installed from highest to lowest speed. – Maximum configuration: 4x 3.5-inch HDDs Figure 36: 3.5-inch HDD mounting order SATA connectivity Controller...
  • Page 85: Installing 3.5-Inch Hdds

    Hard disk drives Installing 3.5-inch HDDs Customer Replaceable Units (CRU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 7.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Installing a 3.5-inch HDD: tool-less ● 7.2.2 Preliminary steps Before installing a 3.5-inch HDD, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 86: Installing A 3.5-Inch Hdd

    Hard disk drives 7.2.3 Installing a 3.5-inch HDD Figure 37: Removing the Easyclick rails Ê Press in on the green Easyclick rail handles and pull the rails out of the desired 3.5-inch HDD installation bay (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 87 Hard disk drives Figure 38: Aligning the Easyclick rails Ê Align the three pins on the Easyclick rails with the screw holes on the hard disk drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 88 Hard disk drives Figure 39: Attaching the Easyclick rails Ê Attach an Easyclick rail on each side of the hard disk drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 89 Hard disk drives Figure 40: Inserting the 3.5-inch HDD Ê Insert the hard disk drive into its installation bay. Ê Slide the hard disk drive into its installation bay until the locking latches engage. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 90: Connecting Cables

    Hard disk drives 7.2.4 Connecting cables Figure 41: Connecting the power cable Ê Connect the 15-pin SATA power connector P4 of the SATA power cable to HDD 1. P5 is used for HDD 2 P6 is not used P3 is used for HDD3 P2 is used for HDD4 Ê...
  • Page 91 Hard disk drives Figure 42: Connecting SATA cables to system board Ê Connect the following cables to the system board. SATA cable to connector SATA 1 SATA cable to connector SATA 2 SATA cable to connector SATA 3 SATA cable to connector SATA 4 Figure 43: Connecting SATA cables to HDDs 1/2 Ê...
  • Page 92: Concluding Steps

    Hard disk drives Figure 44: Connecting SATA cables to HDDs 3/4 Ê Connect the SATA cable connected to system board connector SATA 3 to HDD 3 (1). Ê Connect the SATA cable connected to system board connector SATA 4 to HDD 4 (2).
  • Page 93: Removing 3.5-Inch Hdds

    RAID array. For further information, please refer to the "ServerView Suite RAID Management" user guide, available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com or from the ServerView Suite DVD 2 supplied with your PRIMERGY server. Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server"...
  • Page 94: Removing A 3.5-Inch Hdd

    Hard disk drives 7.3.3 Removing a 3.5-inch HDD Figure 45: Disconnecting cables Ê Disconnect the power cable (1) and data cable (2) from the HDD. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 95 Hard disk drives Figure 46: Removing a 3.5-inch HDD Ê Press in on the green Easyclick rail handles (1) to disengage the locking mechanism and pull the HDD completely out of its bay (2). Figure 47: Detaching the Easyclick rails Ê...
  • Page 96: Concluding Steps

    Hard disk drives Figure 48: Inserting the Easyclick rails in the bay Ê Slide the Easyclick rails completely into their bays (1). Ê Press out on the green Easyclick rail handles to lock the rails in place (2) 7.3.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 97: Replacing A 3.5-Inch Hdd

    Ê Before removing a non-defective HDD, put the drive into "Offline" mode using your RAID configuration software. For further information, please refer to the "ServerView Suite RAID Management" user guide, available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com or from the ServerView Suite DVD 2 supplied with your PRIMERGY server. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 98: Removing A 3.5-Inch Hdd

    Hard disk drives 7.4.3 Removing a 3.5-inch HDD Ê Remove the HDD to be replaced from the server as described in section "Removing 3.5-inch HDDs" on page 7.4.4 Installing a 3.5-inch HDD Ê Install the new HDD into the empty drive bay as described in section "Installing 3.5-inch HDDs"...
  • Page 99: System Fan Modules

    System fan modules Additional fans in power supply units cannot be replaced individually. CAUTION! Since the system fans are not redundant they have to be replaced immediately in case of defects or pre-failure events. Figure 49: Positions of the system fan modules Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 100 System fan modules Safety notes CAUTION! Do not damage or modify internal cables or devices. Doing so may ● cause a device failure, fire, or electric shock. Devices and components inside the server remain hot after ● shutdown. After shutting down the server, wait for hot components to cool down before installing or removing internal options.
  • Page 101: Replacing The System Fan Module 1

    System fan modules Replacing the system fan module 1 Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 15 minutes 8.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Replacing the system fan module: ●...
  • Page 102: Removing The System Fan Module 1

    System fan modules 8.1.3 Removing the system fan module 1 Figure 50: Removing the fan screws Ê Remove the fan screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 103 System fan modules Figure 51: Disconnecting the fan cable Ê Disconnect the fan cable from system board connector FAN1 SYS. Figure 52: Cable clamp of the fan cable Ê Open the cable clamp and remove the fan cable. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 104 System fan modules Figure 53: Removing the system fan module 1 Ê Slide the system fan module 1 in the direction of arrow. Ê Lift the system fan module 1 out of the chassis. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 105: Installing The System Fan Module 1

    System fan modules 8.1.4 Installing the system fan module 1 Figure 54: Installing the system fan module 1 Check the position of the four fan bushings. Adjust the bushings in the chassis, if necessary. Ê Slide the system fan holder to the right as far as it will go. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 106 System fan modules Figure 55: Fastening the screws of the system fan module 1 The correct position of the four fan bushings is shown in figure Ê Fasten the fan screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 107 System fan modules Figure 56: Connecting the fan cable Ê Connect the fan cable to system board connector FAN1 SYS. Figure 57: Cable clamp of the fan cable Ê Open the cable clamp and insert the fan cable. Ê Close the cable clamp. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 108: Concluding Steps

    System fan modules 8.1.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Install the HDD cage as described in section"Installing the HDD cage" on page Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover" on page Ê...
  • Page 109: Replacing The System Fan Module 2

    System fan modules Replacing the system fan module 2 Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 8.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Replacing the system fan module: ●...
  • Page 110: Removing The System Fan Module 2

    System fan modules 8.2.3 Removing the system fan module 2 Figure 58: HDD cage with system fan module 2 The only screws that need to be removed are the two screws marked with circles. Ê Remove the screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 111 System fan modules Figure 59: Pushing the HDD cage from the system fan module 2 Ê Push the HDD cage in the direction of the arrow to disengage the system fan module 2. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 112 System fan modules Figure 60: Position of the bushings The bushings remain on the HDD cage. It is not necessary to remove them. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 113 System fan modules Figure 61: Revomal of the bushings Ê Remove the two fan screws from the fan (1). Ê Remove the fan bushings from the fan (2). Keep the fan screws and fan bushings for further use. You will need both to prepare the replacement fan.
  • Page 114: Installing The System Fan Module 2

    System fan modules 8.2.4 Installing the system fan module 2 Figure 62: Installation of the bushings Ê Place the two fan bushings (C26361-K1015-C29) on the fan (1, see circles). Ê Secure each fan bushing on the fan with one fan screw (C26361-K1015- C98) (2).
  • Page 115 System fan modules Figure 63: Pushing the HDD cage over the system fan module 2 Ê Slide the HDD cage in the direction of the arrow as far as it will go. Check the correct position of the bushings. Ensure that the bushings are not displaced while sliding in the HDD cage.
  • Page 116: Concluding Steps

    System fan modules Figure 64: Installing the system fan module 2 Ê Fasten the screws (see circles). 8.2.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Install the HDD cage as described in section "Installing the HDD cage" on page Ê...
  • Page 117: Expansion Cards And Battery Backup Units

    Expansion cards and battery backup units For further information on how to install, remove or replace expansion cards and battery backup units, please refer to the "PRIMERGY TX100 S3 (standard) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual". Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 118 Expansion cards and battery backup units Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 119: Main Memory

    Main memory Safety notes CAUTION! Do not install unsupported third party memory modules. For further ● information on supported memory modules, refer to section "Basic information" on page 120. Memory modules remain hot after shutdown. Wait for components to ● cool down before installing or removing memory modules to prevent burns.
  • Page 120: Basic Information

    Main memory 10.1 Basic information – The system board is equipped with four memory slots. – The system has to be equipped with at least one memory module. Populate memory slot 1 / channel A (DIMM-1A) first. – Supported memory modules: DDR3-1333 PC3-10600 unbuffered single rank (SR) or dual rank (DR) UDIMM memory modules with ECC –...
  • Page 121: Operation Modes

    Main memory Channel Slot ID Table 4: Mounting order - Mirrored Channel Mode: Single CPU 10.1.2 Operation modes – The maximum performance can be achieved in a symmetric dual-channel configuration. Therefore both channels have to be populated with the same amount of memory.
  • Page 122: Installing Memory Modules

    Main memory 10.2 Installing memory modules Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 10.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Installing memory modules: tool-less ● 10.2.2 Preliminary steps Before installing a memory module, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 123: Installing A Memory Module

    Main memory 10.2.3 Installing a memory module Ê Identify the correct memory slot according to the mounting order described in section "Memory sequence" on page 120. Figure 66: Installing memory modules (A) Ê Press out the securing clip at each end of the memory module connector. Figure 67: Installing memory modules (B) Ê...
  • Page 124: Concluding Steps

    Main memory 10.2.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover" on page Ê Reconnect the AC power cord to the power supply unit and secure it with a cable tie as described in section "Connecting the server to the mains"...
  • Page 125: Removing Memory Modules

    Main memory 10.3 Removing memory modules Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 10.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Removing memory modules: tool-less ● 10.3.2 Preliminary steps Before removing a memory module, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 126: Removing A Memory Module

    Main memory 10.3.3 Removing a memory module Ê Identify the desired memory slot according to the mounting order described in section "Memory sequence" on page 120. CAUTION! Ensure to maintain an operational configuration when removing memory modules. For additional information, please refer to section "Operation modes"...
  • Page 127: Replacing Memory Modules

    Main memory 10.4 Replacing memory modules Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 10.4.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Replacing memory modules: tool-less ● 10.4.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing a memory module, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 128: Installing A Memory Module

    Main memory 10.4.4 Installing a memory module Ê Replace the defective memory module as described in section "Installing memory modules" on page 122. 10.4.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover"...
  • Page 129: Processor

    Processor Safety notes CAUTION! Do not install unsupported processors. For further information on ● supported processors, refer to section "Basic information" on page 130. Circuit boards and soldered parts of internal options are exposed and ● can be damaged by static electricity. Always discharge static build-up (e.g.
  • Page 130: Basic Information

    Processor 11.1 Basic information Supported processors – Intel Xeon E3-1200 processor series CPUs (Dual and Quad Core) – "Sandy Bridge" micro-architecture – Socket type: LGA 1155 package – Thermal Design Power (TDP) class: 95W 11.2 Upgrading or replacing the processor Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average hardware task duration: 15 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes...
  • Page 131: Preliminary Steps

    Processor 11.2.2 Preliminary steps Before upgrading or replacing the processor, perform the following steps: Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server" on page Ê Remove the AC power cord from the cable tie and disconnect it from the system as described in section "Disconnecting the power cord"...
  • Page 132 Processor Figure 71: Removing the processor heat sink (B) Ê Disconnect the heat sink fan connector from the system board connector FAN CPU (1). Ê Carefully turn the heat sink back and forth to detach it from the processor (2). This may be necessary due to the adhesive quality of the thermal paste located between the heat sink and processor.
  • Page 133: Removing The Processor

    Processor 11.2.4 Removing the processor Figure 72: Unlatching the socket lever Ê Unlatch the socket lever by pushing it down and away from the socket (1). Ê Fold back the socket release lever (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 134 Processor Figure 73: Opening the load plate Ê Rotate the socket lever to lift the load plate away from the socket. Ê Make sure that the load plate is in the fully open position. If the CPU is being transferred after replacing a defective system board (see section "Swapping the processor"...
  • Page 135 Processor Figure 74: Removing the processor Ê Carefully remove the defective processor from its socket in a vertical motion. CAUTION! Be careful not to touch or bend the spring contacts on the processor socket. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 136: Installing The Processor

    Processor 11.2.5 Installing the processor Figure 75: Installing the processor Ê Hold the processor with your thumb and index finger. Make sure that the notches on the processor align with the posts on the socket (see close-up). Ê Lower the processor straight down without tilting or sliding it in the socket. CAUTION! –...
  • Page 137 Processor Figure 76: Closing the load plate (A) Ê Lower the load plate over the processor while leaving the socket lever in the open position. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 138 Processor Figure 77: 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 TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 139 Processor Figure 78: Latching the socket lever Ê Latch the socket lever under the load plate tab. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 140: Applying Thermal Paste

    Processor 11.2.6 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"...
  • Page 141 Processor Figure 80: Applying thermal paste Ê Apply a small streak of thermal paste (1.0 gram, see description above) to the center of the processor surface as shown. CAUTION! Do not mix different types of thermal paste. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 142: Installing The Processor Heat Sink

    Processor 11.2.7 Installing the processor heat sink Figure 81: Processor heat sink V26898-B976-V1 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 143 Processor Figure 82: Installing the heat sink (A) Ê Carefully seat the heat sink on the four threaded holes as shown. CAUTION! – Ensure that the screws on the heat sink are properly seated on the threaded holes (see circles). –...
  • Page 144 Processor Figure 83: 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). Ê Connect the heat sink fan connector to system board connector FAN CPU (5).
  • Page 145: Concluding Steps

    Processor 11.2.8 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover" on page Ê Reconnect the AC power cord to the power supply unit and secure it with a cable tie as described in section "Connecting the server to the mains"...
  • Page 146: Preliminary Steps

    Processor 11.3.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the processor heat sink, perform the following steps: Ê Shut down the server and disconnect the AC power cord from the system as described in section "Shutting down the server" on page Ê Bring the server to its horizontal position. 11.3.3 Removing the processor heat sink Ê...
  • Page 147: Accessible Drives

    Accessible drives Safety notes CAUTION! Before installing an accessible drive, acquaint yourself with the ● drive's user documentation. When inserting an accessible drive into the server, ensure not to ● pinch or strain any connected cables. When installing an accessible drive, hold it by its sides. Applying force ●...
  • Page 148: Basic Information

    Accessible drives 12.1 Basic information Mounting order for accessible drives PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition server offers two 5.25-inch accessible drive bays for optical disk drives and backup drives: Figure 84: Accessible drives mounting order Sequence Accessible drive Max. #...
  • Page 149: Installing Accessible Drives

    Accessible drives 12.2 Installing accessible drives Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 10 minutes 12.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Installing accessible drives: tool-less ● 12.2.2 Preliminary steps Before installing an accessible drive, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 150: Removing The Accessible Drive Dummy Cover From Drive Bay

    Accessible drives 12.2.3 Removing the accessible drive dummy cover from drive bay 2 Figure 85: Removing the dummy cover from drive bay 2 Ê Remove the dummy cover from bay 2. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 151 Accessible drives Figure 86: Removing the filler cover from drive bay 2 Ê Hold the backup drive filler cover by its two handle recesses, push it a little to the right (1) and pull it out of the installation bay (2). CAUTION! Save the dummy covers for future use.
  • Page 152: Installing An Optical Disk Drive (Odd)

    Accessible drives 12.2.4 Installing an optical disk drive (ODD) 12.2.4.1 Preparing the optical disk drive There are two fixation plates for accessible drives. You need one fixation plate for an accessible drive to be installed. Figure 87: Removing the fixation plate from the chassis Ê...
  • Page 153 Accessible drives Figure 88: Attaching the fixation plate to the optical disk drive (A) Ê Align the four pins of the fixation plate with the screw holes on the optical disk drive. Figure 89: Attaching the fixation plate to the optical disk drive (B) Ê...
  • Page 154: Installing The Optical Disk Drive

    Accessible drives 12.2.4.2 Installing the optical disk drive Figure 90: Installing the optical disk drive Ê Insert the optical disk drive into its installation bay and carefully push in until it locks in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 155 Accessible drives Figure 91: Connecting cables to the optical disk drive Ê Connect cables to the optical disk drive. Power cable connector P8 SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 156 Accessible drives Figure 92: Routing optical disk drive cables Ê Connect the SATA cable to connector SATA 5 on the system board. Ê Route the SATA cable below system fan 1. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 157: Installing A Backup Drive

    Accessible drives 12.2.5 Installing a backup drive 12.2.5.1 Preparing the backup drive Removing fixation plates from the chassis There are two fixation plates for accessible drives. You need one fixation plate for an accessible drive to be installed. Figure 93: Removing the fixation plate from the chassis Ê...
  • Page 158 Accessible drives Figure 94: Attaching the fixation plate to the backup drive (A) Ê Align the four pins on the fixation plate with the screw holes on the backup drive. Figure 95: Attaching the fixation plate to the backup drive (B) Ê...
  • Page 159: Installing The Backup Drive

    Accessible drives 12.2.5.2 Installing the backup drive Figure 96: Installing the backup drive Ê Insert the backup drive into its installation bay and carefully push in until it locks in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 160 Accessible drives Figure 97: Connecting the USB cable to the backup drive Ê Connect the USB cable to the backup drive. Figure 98: Connecting the USB cable to system board Ê Connect the USB cable to connector USB DAT on the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 161 Accessible drives Figure 99: Connecting the power cable to the backup drive Ê Connect the power adapter cable to power cable connector P7 (1). Ê Connect the other end of the power adapter cable to the backup drive (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 162: Concluding Steps

    Accessible drives 12.2.6 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover" on page Ê Reconnect the power cord to the power supply unit and secure it with a cable tie as described in section "Connecting the server to the mains"...
  • Page 163: Removing Accessible Drives

    Accessible drives 12.3 Removing accessible drives Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 10 minutes 12.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Removing accessible drives: tool-less ● 12.3.2 Preliminary steps Before removing an accessible drive, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 164: Removing An Optical Disk Drive (Odd)

    Accessible drives 12.3.3 Removing an optical disk drive (ODD) Figure 100: Connecting cables to the optical disk drive Ê Disconnect all cables from the optical disk drive. Power cable connector P8 SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 165 Accessible drives Figure 101: Removing the optical disk drive Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and push out the optical disk drive from behind (2). Ê Remove the optical disk drive from its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 166: Removing A Backup Drive

    Accessible drives 12.3.4 Removing a backup drive Figure 102: Disconnecting cables from the backup drive Ê Disconnect all cables from the backup drive. Power adapter cable USB cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 167 Accessible drives Figure 103: Removing the backup drive Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and push out the backup drive from behind (2). Ê Remove the backup drive from its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 168: Installing An Accessible Drive Dummy Cover

    Accessible drives 12.3.5 Installing an accessible drive dummy cover CAUTION! Always replace the dummy cover into the unused drive bays to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. 12.3.5.1 Installing the filler cover into drive bay 2 Figure 104: Installing the filler cover into drive bay 2 Ê...
  • Page 169: Installing The Dummy Cover Into Drive Bay 2

    Accessible drives 12.3.5.2 Installing the dummy cover into drive bay 2 Figure 105: Installing the dummy cover into drive bay 2 Ê Fit the dummy cover into drive bay 2 and carefully push in until it locks in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 170: Concluding Steps

    Accessible drives 12.3.6 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Secure the fixation plates on the accessible drive cage (compare sections "Preparing the optical disk drive" on page 152 "Preparing the backup drive" on page 157). Ê...
  • Page 171: Replacing Accessible Drives

    Accessible drives 12.4 Replacing accessible drives Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 15 minutes 12.4.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Removing accessible drives: tool-less ● 12.4.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing an accessible drive, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 172: Replacing An Optical Disk Drive (Odd)

    Accessible drives 12.4.3 Replacing an optical disk drive (ODD) Ê Remove the defective optical disk drive as described in section "Removing an optical disk drive (ODD)" on page 164. Figure 106: Removing the fixation plate Ê Remove the fixation plate from of the left side of the optical disk drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 173 Accessible drives Figure 107: Attaching the fixation plate to the optical disk drive Ê Attach the fixation plate to the left side of the new optical disk drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 174: Replacing A Backup Drive

    Accessible drives 12.4.4 Replacing a backup drive Ê Remove the defective backup drive as described in section "Removing a backup drive" on page 166. Figure 108: Removing the fixation plate Ê Remove the fixation plate from of the left side of the backup drive. Figure 109: Attaching the fixation plate to the backup drive Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 175: Concluding Steps

    Accessible drives Ê Attach the fixation plate to the left side of the new backup drive. Ê Install the new backup drive as described in section "Installing a backup drive" on page 157. 12.4.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 176 Accessible drives Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 177: Front Panel And External Connectors

    Front panel and external connectors Safety notes CAUTION! For further information, please refer to chapter "Important ● information" on page 13.1 Replacing the front panel module The On/Off button and the HDD activity LED are part of the front panel module. Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average task duration: 15 minutes 13.1.1 Required tools...
  • Page 178: Preliminary Steps

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the front panel cable, perform the following steps: Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server" on page Ê Remove the AC power cord from the cable tie and disconnect it from the system as described in section "Disconnecting the power cord"...
  • Page 179: Removing The Hdd Activity Led

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.4 Removing the HDD activity LED Figure 111: Removing the HDD activity LED Ê Push apart the two locking latches (1) and pull the LED into the chassis (2). Figure 112: On/Off button and LED removed Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 180: Removing The Front Panel Cable

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.5 Removing the front panel cable Figure 113: Disconnecting front panel cable Ê Open the cable clamp and remove the cable (1). Ê Disconnect the front panel cable from system board connector FRONT PANEL (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 181: Installing The Front Panel Cable

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.6 Installing the front panel cable Figure 114: Connecting front panel cable Ê Connect the front panel cable to system board connector FRONT PANEL (1). Ê Route the cable as shown. Ê Secure the cable with the cable clamp (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 182: Installing The On/Off Button And Hdd Activity Led

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.7 Installing the On/Off button and HDD activity LED Figure 115: Installing the On/Off button and HDD activity LED Ê Insert the On/Off button in the orientation shown until it snaps in place (1). Take care of the orientation of the On/Off button. If it is installed differently, it will not work properly.
  • Page 183: Concluding Steps

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.8 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Insert the HDD cage as described in "Installing the HDD cage" on page Ê Install the front cover as described in section "Installing the front cover" on page Ê...
  • Page 184: Replacing The Front Usb Module

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2 Replacing the front USB module Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average task duration: 15 minutes 13.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Replacing the front panel module: ●...
  • Page 185: Disconnecting The Front Usb Cable

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.3 Disconnecting the front USB cable Figure 117: Disconnecting the USB front cable Ê Disconnect the front USB cable from the front USB module. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 186: Removing The Defective Front Usb Module

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.4 Removing the defective front USB module Figure 118: Removing the front USB module Ê Remove the four screws from the front USB module (see circles). Ê Remove the front USB module. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 187: Removing The Defective Front Usb Board

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.5 Removing the defective front USB board Figure 119: Removing the front USB board from the carrier (A) Ê Remove the two screws from the front USB board (see circles). Figure 120: Removing the front USB board from the carrier (B) Ê...
  • Page 188: Installing The New Front Usb Board

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.6 Installing the new front USB board Figure 121: Installing the gasket in the carrier Ê If applicable, insert the gasket into the carrier. Ensure that the gasket matches the recesses on the carrier. Figure 122: Gasket installed in the carrier Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 189 Front panel and external connectors Figure 123: Installing the front USB board into the carrier (A) Ê Fit the new front USB board into the carrier. Figure 124: Installing the front USB board into the carrier (B) Ê Secure the new front USB board with two screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 190: Installing The New Front Usb Module

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.7 Installing the new front USB module Figure 125: Installing the front USB module Ê Mount the new front USB module as shown and secure it with four screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 191: Installing The Front Usb Cable

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.8 Installing the front USB cable Figure 126: Connecting the USB front cable Ê Connect the front USB cable to the front USB module. 13.2.9 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 192 Front panel and external connectors Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 193: System Board And Components

    System board and components Safety notes CAUTION! Devices and components inside the server remain hot after ● shutdown. After shutting down the server, wait for hot components to cool down before installing or removing internal options. Circuit boards and soldered parts of internal options are exposed and ●...
  • Page 194: Required Tools

    For further safety information, please refer to section "Environmental ● protection" in the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating Manual. Ensure to insert the CMOS battery the with the positive pole ●...
  • Page 195: Replacing The Defective Cmos Battery

    System board and components 14.1.3 Replacing the defective CMOS battery Figure 127: Replacing the CMOS battery Ê Press the locking spring into direction of the arrow (1), so that the lithium battery jumps out of its socket. Ê Remove the battery (2). CAUTION! Sharp tools such as screw drivers might damage system board components in case of slipping.
  • Page 196: Concluding Steps

    System board and components 14.1.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Dispose of the CMOS battery in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste. Ê Install the HDD cage as described in section "Installing the HDD cage" on page Ê...
  • Page 197: Replacing The System Board

    Average hardware task duration: 50 minutes Average software task duration: 10 minutes When replacing the system board of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition server, the spare part will be identical to the standard (non-Headless) TX100 S3 system. Therefore, will be necessary to convert the standard system board to a "Headless"...
  • Page 198: Preliminary Steps

    System board and components 14.2.1.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the system board, perform the following steps: Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server" on page Ê Remove the AC power cord from the cable tie and disconnect it from the system as described in section "Disconnecting the power cord"...
  • Page 199 System board and components Figure 128: Detaching the system board (A) Ê Remove eight screws from the system board (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 200 System board and components Figure 129: Detaching the system board (B) 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 (2). Ê Carefully shift the system board towards the server front until the plug shells disengage from the cut-outs in the connector panel (3).
  • Page 201 System board and components Figure 130: Removing the system board Ê Hold the defective system board by the memory module ejectors and a PCI slot and at a slight angle lift it out of the chassis. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 202: Installing The System Board

    System board and components 14.2.1.4 Installing the system board Mounting the system board Figure 131: Installing the system board (A) Ê Hold the new system board by the memory module ejectors and a PCI slot. CAUTION! – Do not lift or handle the system board by any of its heat sinks! –...
  • Page 203 System board and components Figure 132: Installing the system board (B) Ê Carefully shift the system board towards the server rear until the plug shells engage with the cut-outs in the connector panel (1). Ê Lower the system board onto the centering bolts (2). Ensure that the system board is properly seated on both centering bolts.
  • Page 204 System board and components Figure 133: Securing the system board Ê Secure the system board with eight screws (M3 x 4.5 mm, C26192-Y10- C67) (see circles). Screw torque: 0.6 Nm (not applicable for the Japanese market) Tighten the screws in a cross diagonal pattern. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 205 System board and components Swapping the processor Figure 134: Unlatching the socket lever (new system board) Ê Unlatch the socket lever on the new system board by pushing it down and away from the socket (1). Ê Fold back the socket release lever to disengage the load plate (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 206 System board and components Figure 135: Opening the load plate (new system board) Ê Rotate the socket lever to lift the load plate away from the socket. Ê Make sure that the load plate is in the fully open position. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 207 System board and components Figure 136: Removing the protective socket cover (new system board) Ê Place your thumb against the front edge of the protective socket cover and rest your index finger on the rear grip. CAUTION! Be careful not to touch or bend the pins on the processor socket! Save the socket cover for future use.
  • Page 208 System board and components Ê Carefully remove the processor from its socket on the defective system board as described in section "Removing the processor" on page 133. Ê Install the processor on the new system board as described in section "Installing the processor"...
  • Page 209 System board and components Figure 138: Installing the protective socket cover (defective system board) (B) Ê Lower the load plate over the processor while leaving the socket lever in the open position. 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.
  • Page 210: Concluding Steps

    System board and components Figure 139: Installing the protective socket cover (defective system board) (C) Ê Latch the socket lever under the load plate tab. 14.2.1.5 Concluding steps Ê Reconnect all cables to the system board. For a complete cabling overview, please refer to section "Cabling overview"...
  • Page 211: Converting The System Board To The Core Edition Version And Storing The System's Serial Number

    These two tasks always have to be performed after replacing the system board. Proceed as follows: Ê Download the USBImage tool from the support portal of the Fujitsu Technology Solutions Extranet to a computer running Microsoft Windows (download location does not apply to the Japanese market).
  • Page 212 System board and components Figure 140: USBImage tool Ê Select the desired USB stick from the USB Device drop-down menu (1) and click Copy Image File To USB Device (2). CAUTION! All contents of the selected USB stick will be destroyed! The tool will create a new partition on the USB stick, reducing its size to 64 MB.
  • Page 213 Ê Exit the Windows Notepad application and safely remove the USB stick from the computer. Ê Remove any DVD or CD from the DVD drive of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition server. Ê Terminate all applications and shut down the server.
  • Page 214: Updating The Bios

    14.2.3 Updating the BIOS After replacing the system board, it is essential to upgrade the BIOS to version 1.4.0 or higher before proceeding. The latest BIOS version is available from the Fujitsu Technology Solutions support web pages at: http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/ (download location does not apply to the Japanese market).
  • Page 215: Checking Operation

    Microsoft Windows operating system. For further information, please refer to section "Establishing a Remote Desktop connection" of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating Manual. Ê If it is not possible to boot the operating system, boot the Headless server from the Maintenance &...
  • Page 216 System board and components Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 217: Cabling

    Cabling Safety notes CAUTION! Always hold cables by their connectors when disconnecting them. ● 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. ●...
  • Page 218: Cabling Overview

    Cabling 15.1 Cabling overview No. Name Cable number Routing On/Off switch T26139-Y4001- from On/Off button and HDD and HDD access V211 access LED to system board LED cable SATA power T26139-Y4012- from all drives to system board 5HDD cable V101 T26139-V4018- from front USB to system board Front USB cable...
  • Page 219: Cable Plans

    Cabling 15.1.1 Cable plans Power cabling Front panel On/off + HDD access Front USB SATA Optical drive (top) Optical drive (bottom) or connection with SATA PATA power adapter cable: HDD 4 HDD 3 iBBU HDD 1 SATA3 SATA1 SATA5 HDD 2 USB FRONT SATA4 SATA6...
  • Page 220 Cabling SATA cabling and Front USB cable Front panel On/off + HDD access Front USB SATA Optical drive (top) Optical drive (bottom) HDD 4 HDD 3 iBBU HDD 1 SATA3 SATA1 SATA5 HDD 2 USB FRONT SATA4 SATA6 SATA2 FAN1 SYS Figure 142: SATA cabling (4 HDDs) and Front USB cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 221 Cabling SAS RAID controller cabling SATA HDD 4 HDD 3 iBBU HDD 1 SATA3 SATA5 SATA1 SAS RAID controller HDD 2 USB FRONT SATA4 SATA2 SATA6 FAN1 SYS Figure 143: SAS RAID controller cabling (4 HDDs, iBBU) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 222 Cabling USB tape device cabling Front panel On/off + HDD access SATA Front USB Optical drive (top) USB DAT/RDX drive (bottom) SATA3 SATA5 SATA1 USB FRONT SATA4 SATA6 SATA2 FAN1 SYS Figure 144: USB tape device cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 223: Fan Cabling

    Cabling Fan cabling SATA SATA3 SATA5 SATA1 USB FRONT SATA4 SATA2 SATA6 FAN1 SYS Front fan Figure 145: Fan cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 224: Replacing The Power Cable

    Cabling 15.2 Replacing the power cable Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average task duration: 10 minutes Figure 146: Power cable T26139-Y4012-V101 15.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Replacing the power cable: tool-less ● 15.2.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the power cable, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 225: Disconnecting / Connecting The Power Cable

    Cabling 15.2.3 Disconnecting / connecting the power cable Figure 147: Disconnecting/reconnecting the power cable on the system board Ê While pressing the release latch on the connector (1), disconnect the defective power cable from the SATA POWER connector on the system board (2).
  • Page 226 Cabling Figure 148: Disconnecting/reconnecting power cable on the optical disk drive Ê Disconnect SATA power cable connector P8 from the optical disk drive. Ê Connect the new SATA power cable connector P8 to the optical disk drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 227 Cabling Figure 149: Disconnecting/reconnecting the power cable on the backup drive Ê Disconnect the defective power cable (connector P7) from the power adapter cable. It is not necessary to remove the power adapter cable from the backup drive. Ê Connect the new power cable (connector P7) to the power adapter cable. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 228 Cabling Figure 150: Disconnecting/reconnecting power cables on the HDDs Ê Disconnect the SATA power cable from the HDDs. P4 is used for HDD 1 P5 is used for HDD 2 P3 is used for HDD 3 P2 is used for HDD 4 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 229: Concluding Steps

    Cabling Ê Connect the new SATA power cable to the HDDs. P4 is used for HDD 1 P5 is used for HDD 2 P3 is used for HDD 3 P2 is used for HDD 4 15.2.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 230: Replacing The Front Usb Cable

    Cabling 15.3 Replacing the front USB cable 15.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Replacing the power cable: tool-less ● 15.3.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the power cable, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 231: Disconnecting/Connecting The Front Usb Cable

    Cabling 15.3.3 Disconnecting/connecting the front USB cable Figure 151: Replacing the front USB cable Ê Open the cable clamp (1). Ê Open the retaining bracket (2). Ê Disconnect the defective front USB cable on the front USB module (3). Ê Disconnect the defective front USB cable on the system board (4). Ê...
  • Page 232: Concluding Steps

    Cabling 15.3.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Insert the HDD cage as described in section "Installing the HDD cage" on page Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover" on page Ê...
  • Page 233: Appendix

    Appendix 16.1 Mechanical overview 16.1.1 Server front Figure 153: PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition front Pos. Component Optical disk drive Slot for Backup drive On/Off button Front USB connectors Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 234: Server Rear

    Appendix 16.1.2 Server rear Figure 154: PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition rear Pos. Component Power supply unit Serial connector VGA video connector USB connectors (x 6) Optional expansion card Standard LAN connectors Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 235: Server Interior

    Appendix 16.1.3 Server interior Figure 155: PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition interior Pos. Component Expansion card slots Processor / CPU heat sink / CPU fan HDD 2 TPM board (not applicable for TX100 S3 Core Edition) CMOS battery (not visible, located under system fan 2)
  • Page 236: Configuration Tables

    Appendix Pos. Component System fan 2 (fan 2 on the SEL) Accessible drive bays Memory modules Power supply unit System board D3009 16.2 Configuration tables 16.2.1 Hard disk drives mounting order Please refer to chapter "Hard disk drives" on page 16.2.2 Memory board configuration table Please refer to chapter "Main memory"...
  • Page 237: Connectors And Indicators

    Appendix 16.3 Connectors and indicators 16.3.1 Connectors on the system board 16.3.1.1 Onboard connectors DIMM1B POWER DIMM2B SATA Temp. Sensor DIMM1A Serial DIMM2A POWER Gigabit LAN1 FAN CPU Temp. Battery Sensor LAN 1 LAN 2 Slot 4 Gigabit LAN2 Slot 3 Temp.
  • Page 238 Appendix Print Description POWER Power supply connector POWER SATA Power supply connector PC2009 Power supply connector Front panel Front panel FAN CPU Connector for CPU fan Connector for TPM (not applicable for TX100 S3 Core Edition) HDD ACTIVITY Connector for HDD activity LED FAN2 SYS Connector for system fan 2 SATA 1-6...
  • Page 239: Onboard Settings

    Appendix 16.3.1.2 Onboard settings POWER Pin 2 Pin 1 DIMM1B Default SATA DIMM2B Temp. Sensor DIMM1A DIMM2A Pin 2 Pin 1 Pin 1 Pin 2 RCVR PWD Skip POWER1 Figure 157: Jumper Setting Description Default Password skip disabled and recovery BIOS disabled. PWD Skip Password skip enabled.
  • Page 240: I/O Panel Connectors

    Appendix 16.3.1.3 I/O panel connectors Figure 158: I/O panel connectors No. Description Standard LAN1 connector Standard LAN2 connector USB connectors (x 6) Video connector Serial connector COM1 The chipset offers two integrated USB 2.0 Rate Matching Hubs (RMHs). that enable lower power requirements and manages the transition of the communication data rate from the high speed of the host controller to the lower speed of USB full speed / low speed devices.
  • Page 241: I/O Panel Indicators

    Appendix 16.3.1.4 I/O panel indicators Figure 159: I/O panel indicators Indicator Status Description green on LAN connection established no LAN connection link/transfer green data transfer in progress flashing yellow on transfer rate 1 Gbit/s LAN speed green on transfer rate 100 Mbit/s transfer rate 10 Mbit/s Note on the onboard LAN controller The system board is equipped with Gigabit Ethernet controllers of the...
  • Page 242: Connectors And Indicators On The Front Panel

    Appendix 16.3.2 Connectors and indicators on the front panel 16.3.2.1 Front panel connectors and indicators Figure 160: Front panel connectors and indicators Pos. Component On/Off button / Power-on indicator HDD activity indicator Front USB connectors (x2) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...
  • Page 243 Appendix Status indicators Pos. Indicator Status Description HDD activity green data access in progress indicator flashing green on server is switched on and running Power-on server is switched off, but mains voltage indicator is present (standby mode) Buttons Pos. Button Function This button is used to switch the server on or off.
  • Page 244: Minimum Startup Configuration

    Appendix 16.4 Minimum startup configuration Field Replaceable Units (FRU) If the server does not start up or other problems occur, it may be necessary to take the system down to its most basic configuration in order to isolate the defective component. The minimum startup configuration consists of the following components and cables: Component...
  • Page 245 Appendix Ê Reconnect the AC power cord to the power supply unit and secure it with a cable tie as described in section "Connecting the server to the mains" on page Ê Connect a keyboard, mouse and display to the server. Ê...
  • Page 246: Troubleshooting And Error Analysis

    Appendix 16.5 Troubleshooting and error analysis Analyzing general hardware problems or errors during the BIOS POST boot process with Headless servers slightly differs from standard servers, due to the missing monitor, keyboard and mouse. The following situations may occur: For further information, please refer to chapter 8 of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating Manual.
  • Page 247: The Power-On Indicator Reports An Error By Flashing Continuously

    Appendix 16.5.2 The power-on indicator reports an error by flashing continuously It is no longer possible to establish a Remote Desktop connection or access any service or file on the Headless server. Additionally the power-on indicator reports an error by flashing continuously. There are two different error states indicated by the power-on indicator: The power-on indicator flashes at a high frequency (2 Hz, twice every second).
  • Page 248: Remote Access To The Server Fails

    Maintenance & Recovery DVD, establish a VNC connection and create PrimeCollect log files as described in section "Diagnostics" of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating Manual. 16.5.3 Remote access to the server fails In this case it should still be possible to create PrimeCollect log files according to the procedure described in section "Gathering diagnostic information"...
  • Page 249: Remote Desktop Connection Fails

    DVD drive and that your Headless server has successfully booted as described. Strictly follow the further steps outlined in section "Accessing the server using a VNC connection" of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating Manual. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 250 Ê Try rebuilding the USB stick by rebooting the Headless server from the Maintenance & Recovery DVD as described in section "Accessing the server using a VNC connection" of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating Manual. Ê Try using a different USB stick for establishing the VNC connection in order to rule out this potential source of error.
  • Page 251: Primecollect Log Files Available For Error Diagnostics

    PRIMERGY server. For further information on how to use PrimeCollect, please refer to section "Gathering diagnostic information" of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition Operating Manual. In case of a problem, PrimeCollect facilitates and quickens error diagnostics by providing relevant log, event and configuration files.
  • Page 252 Appendix Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3 Core Edition...