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PRIMERGY TX100 S1 Server
Service Supplement
Edition August 2009

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  • Page 1 PRIMERGY TX100 S1 Server Service Supplement Edition August 2009...
  • Page 2: Copyright And Trademarks

    Gesellschaft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH www.cognitas.de Copyright and Trademarks Copyright © 2009 Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH. All rights reserved. Delivery subject to availability; right of technical modifications reserved. All hardware and software names used are trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......5 Overview of the documentation ....5 Notational conventions .
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction The PRIMERGY TX100 S1 Server is an Intel-based server for medium-sized and large networks. The server is suitable for use as a file server as well as an application, information, or Internet server. Overview of the documentation Concept and target groups This Service Supplement completes the information given in the Operating Manual, the Options Guide and the Technical Manual of the system board.
  • Page 6 Overview of the documentation Introduction Information/procedure Manual Detailed safety notes “Safety notes and other important information” manual Features and technical data of the server Operating Manual Installation and operation, among other things: – External ports – Operation – Configuration of the server Troubleshooting Information about the system board: Technical Manual...
  • Page 7 Introduction Overview of the documentation Information/procedure Manual Replacement routines: Service Supplement – Replacing the operating panel cable – Replacing the USB front cable – Replacing the system fan 1 – Replacing the system fan 2 – Replacing the power supply unit –...
  • Page 8: Notational Conventions

    Notational conventions Introduction Notational conventions The following notational conventions are used in this manual: Text in italics indicates commands or menu items. „Quotation marks“ indicate names of chapters and terms that are being emphasized. Ê describes activities that must be performed in the order shown.
  • Page 9: Procedure

    Procedure CAUTION! The actions described in these instructions should only be performed by service personnel. Ê First of all please familiarize yourself with the safety instructions in the section chapter “Safety notes” on page Ê Ensure that all required manuals (see Service DVD) are available, printing out the PDF files if necessary.
  • Page 11: Safety Notes

    Safety notes The following safety notes are also provided in the “Safety notes and other important information” manual. This device complies with the relevant safety regulations for data processing equipment. CAUTION! The actions described in these instructions should only be performed by service personnel.
  • Page 12 Safety notes CAUTION! This device must only be connected to properly grounded shock- proof sockets or insulated sockets of the rack's internal power supply with tested and approved power cables. Ensure that the device is connected to a grounded shockproof socket close to the device.
  • Page 13 Safety notes CAUTION! Proper operation of the system (in accordance with IEC 60950-1/EN 60950-1) is only ensured if the casing is completely assembled and the rear covers for the installation slots have been fitted (electric shock, cooling, fire protection, interference suppression).
  • Page 14 Safety notes Batteries CAUTION! Incorrect replacement of batteries may lead to a risk of explosion. The batteries may only be replaced with identical batteries or with a type recommended by the manufacturer (see the technical manual for the system board). Do not throw batteries into the trash can.
  • Page 15 Safety notes You can prevent mechanical damage and damage to the CD/DVD drive, as well as premature CD/DVD wear, by observing the following sugges- tions: Only insert CDs/DVDs in the drive when needed and remove them after use. Store the CDs/DVDs in suitable sleeves. Protect the CDs/DVDs from exposure to heat and direct sunlight.
  • Page 16 Safety notes Modules with electrostatic-sensitive components: 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 before installing or removing components with ESDs.
  • Page 17: Replacement Routines

    Replacement routines CAUTION! Refer to the safety notes in chapter “Safety notes” on page 11 following. Preparation You will find a detailed description for „Opening the server” and for „Removing the air duct“ in the Options Guide TX100 S1. 4.1.1 Opening the server Ê...
  • Page 18: Removing The Air Duct

    Preparation Replacement routines 4.1.2 Removing the air duct When removing the air duct, make sure that you do not damage the heat sink on the system board. Figure 2: Removing air duct Ê Open the server Ê Unhook the cables from the brackets on the air duct. Ê...
  • Page 19: Replacing The Front Panel Cable

    Replacement routines Replacing the front panel cable Figure 3: Removing the front panel Ê Detach the three unlocking levers. Ê Fold out the front panel carefully, the hooks on the other side are unlocked. CAUTION! The front panel cable is connected directly to the front panel. If you are not careful when you open the front panel, you may damage the front panel cable.
  • Page 20 Replacing the front panel cable Replacement routines Figure 4: Disconnecting front panel cable Ê Disconnect the front panel cable T26139-Y3701-V117 from the system board. Service Supplement TX100 S1...
  • Page 21 Replacement routines Replacing the front panel cable Figure 5: Front panel cable - assembled Ê Release the cable clamp and pull out the front panel cable. Ê Open the front panel as described in section “Opening the front panel” on page Service Supplement TX100 S1...
  • Page 22 Replacing the front panel cable Replacement routines Figure 6: Releasing the control elements Ê Release the On/Off button and pull it out of the plastic part. Ê Repeat the steps for the two LEDs. Service Supplement TX100 S1...
  • Page 23 Replacement routines Replacing the front panel cable Figure 7: Removing the front panel cable Ê Pull out slowly the front panel cable and thread the connector carefully through the recess. Service Supplement TX100 S1...
  • Page 24 Replacing the front panel cable Replacement routines Figure 8: Connecting the front panel cable Ê Install the new front panel cable in the reverse order. For the right position see figure Pos. Kabel Bedeutung black/red hard disk activity indicator black/green power-on indicator black/blue On/Off button...
  • Page 25: Replacing The Usb Front Cable

    Replacement routines Replacing the USB front cable Replacing the USB front cable Ê Open the server and the front panel as described in section “Preparation” on page Ê Detach the USB front cable T26139-Y3894-V513 from the connector USB9/10 on the system board. Figure 9: USB front cable - removing screw Ê...
  • Page 26 Replacing the USB front cable Replacement routines Figure 10: Removing the USB front cable Ê Unhook the connector mounting plate and pull out carefully the USB front cable from the chassis. Ê Thread the new cable through the recess and engage the connector mounting plate.
  • Page 27: Replacing The System Fan 1

    Replacement routines Replacing the system fan 1 Replacing the system fan 1 Ê Open the server and remove the air duct as described in section “Prepa- ration” on page Ê Disconnect the system fan cable from the connector FAN1 SYS on the system board.
  • Page 28 Replacing the system fan 1 Replacement routines Figure 12: Removing system fan 1 Ê Unhook the system fan 1 by pushing it in the direction marked and take it out the chassis. Ê Place the new system fan 1 and push it under the hooks until it engages. Ê...
  • Page 29: Replacing The System Fan 2

    Replacement routines Replacing the system fan 2 Replacing the system fan 2 The system fan 2 is only installed if the server is equipped with four hard disk drives. Ê Open the server as described in section “Opening the server” on page Ê...
  • Page 30 Replacing the system fan 2 Replacement routines Figure 14: Installing system fan 2 Ê Connect the fan cable to the connector FAN3 SYS on the system board. Ê Place the new system fan 2 in the two recesses on the server’s bottom and press it in the direction of the arrow until it clicks audibly into place.
  • Page 31: Replacing The Power Supply Unit

    Replacement routines Replacing the power supply unit Replacing the power supply unit Ê Open the server as described in section “Opening the server” on page Ê Disconnect all power supply cables from the system board and from the drives (see the cabling in the Options Guide). Figure 15: Detaching the power supply Ê...
  • Page 32 Replacing the power supply unit Replacement routines Figure 16: Power supply carrier - four screws Ê Remove the four screws. Figure 17: Power supply carrier - one screw Ê Remove the screw and take the power supply unit off the power supply carrier.
  • Page 33 Replacement routines Replacing the power supply unit Ê Mount the new power supply unit onto the power supply carrier similarly. When mounting the power supply unit it has to be engaged in the corresponding hooks. The power supply unit has to be engaged in the chassis: –...
  • Page 34 Replacing the power supply unit Replacement routines – on the side Figure 19: Chassis - hooks on the side Ê Insert the pre-mounted power supply unit in the chassis. Make sure that the power supply unit engages. Ê Secure the power supply unit at the rear of the server with the four screws (see also figure 15 on page 31).
  • Page 35: Replacing The Processor

    Replacement routines Replacing the processor Replacing the processor CAUTION! Processors are modules which are extremely sensitive to electrostatic discharges and therefore must always be handled with care. After a processor has been removed from its protective sleeve or from its socket, place it with its smooth side down on a non-conducting, antistatic surface.
  • Page 36 Replacing the processor Replacement routines Figure 21: Removing old processor 1 Ê Release the spring clip by pressing it sideways and pull it upward as far as it will go (1). Ê Open the processor holder (2). Service Supplement TX100 S1...
  • Page 37 Replacement routines Replacing the processor Figure 22: Removing old processor 2 Ê Lift the installed processor carefully out of the socket. Service Supplement TX100 S1...
  • Page 38 Replacing the processor Replacement routines Figure 23: Installing new processor Ê Hold the new processor between your thumb and index finger and align it at the socket coding. Ê Place the new processor in the socket with great care. CAUTION! Do not bend the spring contacts of the processor socket.
  • Page 39 Replacement routines Replacing the processor Figure 24: Locking the processor Ê Close the processor holder. Ê Lock the processor in place in the socket by returning the spring clip to its original position. Ê Apply a small amount of thermal paste to the upper side of the new processor.
  • Page 40: Replacing The System Board

    Platform Module). This module enables third party programs to store key information (e. g. drive encryption using Windows Bitlocker Drive Encryption). The TPM is activated in the system BIOS (for more information, refer to the Fujitsu Technology Solutions BIOS manual). Service Supplement TX100 S1...
  • Page 41 Replacement routines Replacing the system board CAUTION! Advise the customer that he must provide you with TPM backup copies. For security reasons, the TPM must be restored/re-saved by the customer. If the customer DOES NOT have a backup copy available, inform him that replacing the TPM will cause him to lose all his data.
  • Page 42 Replacing the system board Replacement routines Figure 26: Position of the screws Ê Remove the five screws from the system board. Ê Lift the system board slightly using the PCI socket, thereby you lift the system board out of the centre rings of the spacer bolts. CAUTION! Never take hold of the heat sinks! Ê...
  • Page 43 After installing the new system board, it is necessary to update the BIOS to ensure proper operation (for a description see the BIOS Manual). The PRIMERGY TX100 S1 doesn't have a ChassisID prom, the relevant data are stored in the BOIS. To identify the system it is necessary to flash the data after replacing the system board using the ChassisID Prom Tool.
  • Page 45: Index

    Index drive cage ESD (devices sensitive to electrostatic discharge) front panel front panel cable laser information light emitting diode (LED) lithium battery meaning of the symbols notational conventions power supply unit processor side cover system board system fan 1 system fan 2 target group USB front cable Service Supplement...