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PRIMERGY
Susanne Däschlein
Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH München
81730 München
e-mail: email: manuals@fujitsu-siemens.com
Tel.: (089) 61001155
Fax: (++49) 700 / 372 00000
U41593-J-Z156-2-76
Sprachen: En

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  • Page 1 PRIMERGY Susanne Däschlein Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH München 81730 München e-mail: email: manuals@fujitsu-siemens.com Tel.: (089) 61001155 Fax: (++49) 700 / 372 00000 U41593-J-Z156-2-76 Sprachen: En...
  • Page 2: Copyright And Trademarks

    Gesellschaft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH www.cognitas.de Copyright and Trademarks Copyright © 2006 Fujitsu Siemens Computers 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 Extensions and conversions .
  • Page 4 Contents Parallel interface for printers ....11.1 Installing a parallel interface ....Upgrading to redundant system fans .
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction The PRIMERGY TX200 S2 Server is an Intel-based server for medium-sized networks and large companies. The server is suitable for use as a file server as well as an application, information, or Internet server. It is available as a floor- stand or rack model.
  • Page 6: Extensions And Conversions

    Extensions and conversions Introduction – The Operating Manual for PRIMERGY TX200 S2 (PDF available on the ServerBooks CD supplied) – The Technical Manual for the system board D1919 (PDF available on the ServerBooks CD supplied) – The “BIOS Setup” manual (PDF available on the ServerBooks CD supplied) –...
  • Page 7 Introduction Extensions and conversions Extension of the main memory The six slots for the main memory are suitable for PC2-3200 DDR DIMM memory modules. The organization in three memory banks, 0 to 2, permits rapid memory access with two-way interleaving. Memory modules must always be incorporated in pairs.
  • Page 8 Extensions and conversions Introduction RemoteView RemoteView provides you with a comprehensive test and diagnostics package. The test and diagnostics software is stored on a chipDISK. The chipDISK is a memory component with an IDE interface. In the event of a fault the test and diagnostics software is automatically loaded from the chipDISK and executed.
  • Page 9: Notational Conventions

    Introduction Notational conventions Conversion of the floorstand model to a rack model The floorstand model can optionally be converted so that the server can be integrated into the common rack systems. Notational conventions The following notational conventions are used in this manual: Text in italics indicates commands, menu items or software programs.
  • Page 11: Procedure

    Procedure CAUTION! The actions described in these instructions should only be performed by technical specialists. Equipment repairs should only be performed by authorized, qualified staff. Any unauthorized opening and improper repairs could expose the user to risks (electric shock, energy hazards, fire hazards) and could also damage the equipment.
  • Page 13: Safety Notes

    Safety notes The following safety notes are also provided in the “Safety” manual. This device complies with the relevant safety regulations for data processing equipment. If you have any questions about where you can set up the device, contact your sales outlet or our customer service team.
  • Page 14 Safety notes Installation and operation CAUTION! If the rack model is integrated in an installation that receives power from an industrial (public) power supply network with the IEC309 connector, the (public) power supply protection must comply with the requirements for the non-industrial (public) power supply networks for the type A connector.
  • Page 15 Safety notes CAUTION! In emergencies (e.g. damaged casing, controls or cables, penetration of liquids or foreign matter), switch off the device immediately, remove the power plug and contact your sales outlet or customer service team. Proper operation of the device (in accordance with IEC 60950/ EN 60950) is only ensured if the casing is completely assembled and the rear covers for the installation openings have been put in place (electric shock, cooling, fire protection, interference suppression).
  • Page 16 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 under “Related publications”...
  • Page 17 Safety notes Note about the laser The CD-/DVD-ROM drive is classified for laser class 1according to IEC 60825- CAUTION! The CD-/DVD-ROM drive contains a laser diode (LED). Sometimes the LED produces a stronger laser beam than laser class 1. Direct view into this laser beam is dangerous.
  • Page 18 Safety notes Place all components on a static-safe base. You will find a detailed description for handling ESD components in the relevant European or international standards (DIN EN 61340-5-1, ANSI/ESD S20.20). Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 19: Preparation

    Preparation CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. Floorstand model 4.1.1 Opening the server Ê Terminate all applications and shut down the server correctly. Ê If your operating system has not switched off the sever, press the on/off switch.
  • Page 20: Removing The Front Cover

    Floorstand model Preparation Figure 3: Removing the left-hand side cover Ê Push back the left-hand side cover approxiate 10 cm (1). Ê Remove the side cover (2). 4.1.2 Removing the front cover Remove the front cover when making the following extensions and upgrades: –...
  • Page 21 Preparation Floorstand model Figure 4: Removing the hard disk cover Ê Open the server and remove the key. Ê Push the drive cover up as far as possible (1). Ê Remove the hard disk cover (2 + 3). Figure 5: Pulling out the locking buttons Ê...
  • Page 22 Floorstand model Preparation Figure 6: Removing the front cover Ê Pull the front cover forward slightly at the lower edge (1). Ê Unhook the front cover at the top (2) and remove it. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 23: Rack Model

    Preparation Rack model Rack model Ê Terminate all applications and shut down the server correctly. Ê If your operating system has not switched off the server, press the on/off button. Ê Pull all power connectors out of the power outlets. 4.2.1 Opening the server Figure 7: Loosening the knurled screws...
  • Page 24 Rack model Preparation Depending on how accessible the server is in the rack cabinet, it can make sense to remove it from the cabinet. If you do not want to remove the server from the rack cabinet, please skip this page. If the server is integrated in a Classic rack cabinet, instructions on how to remove it are provided in the Operating Manual.
  • Page 25 Preparation Rack model Figure 9: Loosening the knurled screw Ê Loosen the green knurled screw (1). Figure 10: Removing the top cover Ê Push back the top cover approxiate 10 cm (1). Ê Remove the top cover (2). Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 26: Removing The Rack Front Cover

    Rack model Preparation 4.2.2 Removing the rack front cover Remove the rack front cover when carrying out the following extension: – Installing further accessible drives Figure 11: Removing the rack front cover Ê Remove two screws on either side (1). Ê...
  • Page 27: Main Memory

    Main memory CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. The system board supports up to 12 Gbytes of main memory. 6 slots (2 slots form a memory bank) are provided for the main memory. Each memory bank is equipped with two 512-Mbyte, 1-Gbyte or 2-Gbyte registered DDR333 (PC2700) memory modules.
  • Page 28: Extending/Replacing The Main Memory

    Extending/replacing the main memory Main memory – The memory module capacity can differ for the various memory banks: e.g. memory bank 0A/0B can be equipped with two 512-Mbyte memory modules, and memory bank 1A/1B with two 1-Gbyte memory modules. The table below shows the order in which the memory banks must be equipped: DIMM-2A/DIMM- DIMM-1A/DIMM- DIMM-0A/DIMM-...
  • Page 29 Main memory Extending/replacing the main memory Ê Lift out the ventilation duct over the main memory. Figure 14: Removing a memory module Ê Press the holders on either side of the mounting location concerned outward (1). Ê If the mounting location was already equipped: pull the memory module out of the mounting location (2).
  • Page 30 Extending/replacing the main memory Main memory Figure 16: Inserting the ventilation duct over the main memory Ê Reinsert the ventilation duct over the main memory. CAUTION! Take note of the guides in the chassis (see arrows). Ensure that the latch (1) engages. Ê...
  • Page 31: Processors

    Processors CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. CAUTION! Processors are modules which can react extremely sensitively to electro- static discharges and which must therefore 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 32 Installing a second processor Processors Figure 17: Removing the ventilation duct over the system fans Ê Lift out the ventilation duct over the system fans. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 33 Processors Installing a second processor Figure 18: Removing the heat sink holder Ê Press the green touch point in the direction of the arrow. Ê Lift out the heat sink holder. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 34 Installing a second processor Processors Figure 19: Removing the dummy cover for the processor fan Ê Press on the hook in the direction of the arrow (1) and remove the dummy cover for the processor fan in the direction of the arrow (2). CAUTION! Keep the dummy cover for future use.
  • Page 35 Processors Installing a second processor fan holder and then press the dummy cover toward the front of the device until the upper hook latches in place. This ensures that the system is cooled properly. Figure 20: Removing the processor fan holder Ê...
  • Page 36 Installing a second processor Processors Figure 22: Inserting the processor Ê Position the new processor over the socket and then carefully press it into the socket (1). CAUTION! The processor can only be installed in one particular direction. Note the marking on one of the corners. To avoid damaging the pins or the processor, do not force it into the socket.
  • Page 37 Processors Installing a second processor Figure 24: Installing the heat sink Ê Place the heat sink on the processor socket. CAUTION! If you find an air flow arrow on the top side of the heat sink, place the heat sink in the way that the air flow arrow shows in direction of the server’s rear side.
  • Page 38 Installing a second processor Processors Figure 25: Installing the processor fan holder Ê Reinstall the processor fan holder. CAUTION! Ensure that the two green touchstones engage. Figure 26: Installing a second processor fan Ê Pull the tab up (1). Ê Install the second processor fan in the empty mounting location in the processor fan holder.
  • Page 39 Processors Installing a second processor Figure 27: Installing the ventilation duct over the system fans Ê Reinstall the ventilation duct over the system fans. CAUTION! Pay attention to the guides on the processor fan holder and the housing (see arrows). Ensure that no damage is caused to the cables.
  • Page 40: Replacing The Processor

    Replacing the processor Processors Replacing the processor CAUTION! Only processors of the same type may be used on the system board. The second processor must have at least the same clock frequency as the first processor. The server always configures itself to the lower clock frequency of the two processors.
  • Page 41 Processors Replacing the processor Figure 28: Removing the heat sink Ê Loosen the four screws in a crossover pattern. Ê Loosen the heat sink by turning it back and forth and then lift it out. Ê Remove the residual thermal paste from the underside of the heat sink. Ê...
  • Page 42 Replacing the processor Processors Figure 29: Removing an old processor Ê Release the socket lifter by pressing it sideways and pull it upward as far as it will go (1). Ê Lift the installed processor carefully out of the socket (2). Figure 30: Inserting a new processor Ê...
  • Page 43: Replacing The Heat Sink

    Processors Replacing the heat sink Ê Reinstall the processor fan holder (see page 38). Ê Reinstall the ventilation duct over the system fans (see page 39). Ê Reinstall the ventilation duct over the main memory (see page 30). Ê Close the server, connect it to the power outlet, and switch it on as described in the chapter “Completion”...
  • Page 45: Accessible Drives

    Accessible drives CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. Two free 5.25-inch bays are available for accessible drives. These two bays can also be used to install a hard disks extension box or double-height tape drives. The third 5.25-inch bay is already occupied by a 3.5-inch x 1-inch floppy disk drive.
  • Page 46 Installing a slim line CD/DVD-ROM drive Accessible drives Figure 32: Installing the CD-DVD-ROM drive in the mounting frame Ê Install the slim line CD/DVD-ROM drive in the provided mounting frame. No screws are needed. The mounting frame has little noses which fit into the CD/DVD-ROM drive.
  • Page 47 Accessible drives Installing a slim line CD/DVD-ROM drive Figure 34: Connecting the cable on the system board Ê Connect the cable to the system board. You will find the connector near to the connector of the floppy cable. Ê Reinstall the ventilation duct over the system fans (see page 39).
  • Page 48: Installing An Accessible 5.25-Inch Drive

    Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive Accessible drives Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive The 5.25-inch drives available are magnetic tape drives and DVD-ROM burners. These drives can be installed in the two free 5.25-inch bays. Ê Open the server and remove the front cover or rack front cover as described in the chapter “Preparation”...
  • Page 49 Accessible drives Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive Ê Remove the EasyClick rails from the dummy cover by removing the four screws on each side. Note that there are two M3 screws and two UNC screws on each side. CAUTION! Keep the dummy cover for future use. If you remove the accessible drive again and do not replace it with a new one, the dummy cover must be reinstalled to comply with EMC regulations and to satisfy cooling require- ments and fire protection measures.
  • Page 50 Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive Accessible drives Ê Connect the power cable to the accessible drive (see the cabling plans in the Appendix). Ê Push the drive fully into the bay until the EasyClick rails latch in place. Ê Attach the front cover or rack front cover, close the server, connect it to the power outlet, and switch it on as described in the chapter “Completion”...
  • Page 51 Accessible drives Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive Figure 39: Attaching the EasyClick rails - magnetic tape drive SDLT 320 M3x4.5mm Figure 40: Attaching the EasyClick rails - magnetic tape drive SLR100 Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 52 Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive Accessible drives M3x4.5mm Figure 41: Attaching the EasyClick rails - magnetic tape drive DDS4 M3x4.5mm Figure 42: Attaching the EasyClick rails - magnetic tape drive DDS Gen5 Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 53: Installing The Hard Disks Extension Box

    Accessible drives Installing the hard disks extension box Installing the hard disks extension box Ê Open the server and remove the front cover or rack front cover as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19ff. The hard disks extension box is supplied without EasyClick rails. Before installing a new hard disks extension box you must therefore remove the EasyClick rails from one of the two dummy covers and mount the EasyClick rails on the hard disks extension box.
  • Page 54 Installing the hard disks extension box Accessible drives Figure 43: Attaching the EasyClick rails Ê Screw the EasyClick rails onto either side of the hard disks extension box using four M3 screws for each rail. Use the holes marked above for this purpose.
  • Page 55 Accessible drives Installing the hard disks extension box Ê Disconnect the connector from the SCSI terminator carefully. Ê Push the hard disks extension box fully into the bay until the EasyClick rails latch in place. Figure 45: Connecting the cables Ê...
  • Page 57: Controller In The Pci Slots

    Controller in the PCI slots CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. The system board offers five PCI slots. The bus frequency of PCI slot 5 is 33 MHz, of the PCI slots 3 and 4 100 MHz/133 MHz and of the PCI slots 1 and 2 66 MHz.
  • Page 58: Installing A Controller (Pci Slots 1-4)

    Installing a controller (PCI slots 1-4) Controller in the PCI slots Installing a controller (PCI slots 1-4) Ê Open the server as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19ff. Figure 46: Removing the rear cover Ê Push the green fastening slider toward the rear (1). Ê...
  • Page 59 Controller in the PCI slots Installing a controller (PCI slots 1-4) Figure 47: Installing a controller Ê Install the controller in the PCI slot and press it carefully into the associated plug-in location on the system board (1). Ensure that the rear cover fits into the recess (a).
  • Page 60: Installing A Controller (Pci Slot 5)

    Installing a controller (PCI slot 5) Controller in the PCI slots Installing a controller (PCI slot 5) CAUTION! In PCI slot 5 it is obligatory to install the pull-out aid for cooling reasons. Ê Open the server as described in the chapter “Preparation”...
  • Page 61 Controller in the PCI slots Installing a controller (PCI slot 5) Figure 49: Removing the rear cover from the pull-out aid Ê Lift the green movable snap-fits not more than 1 mm (1) until the rear cover is released completely. Ê...
  • Page 62 Installing a controller (PCI slot 5) Controller in the PCI slots Figure 50: Installing the controller in the pull-out aid Ê Press the green snap-fits down completely (1) until they are released from the pull-out aid (A) and remove it (2). Ê...
  • Page 63 Controller in the PCI slots Installing a controller (PCI slot 5) Figure 51: Installing the pull-out aid Ê Install the pull-out aid with the controller in the PCI slot and press it carefully into the associated plug-in location on the system board (1). Ensure that the rear cover fits into the recess (a).
  • Page 64: Pci Slot Assembling

    PCI slot assembling Controller in the PCI slots PCI slot assembling Adapter class Adapter priority Slot sequence External SCSI interface Chassis Parallel port IO-shield chassis FC (QLA2340, LP9802) 4, 3, 2, 1, 5 RSB S2 LP LAN controller 4, 3, 2, 1, 5 RAID, SCSI internal 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 RAID, SCSI external...
  • Page 65 Controller in the PCI slots PCI slot assembling PCI-X 1.0 PCI-X 1.0 Type ChipSet Dobson PXH-D PCI Bus numbers may change: Scan Order e.g. if a PCI bridge controller is installed, or Broadcom onboard LAN controller is implemented TX200 S2 All Slots non-hot-plug Hot Plug Volt.
  • Page 67: Remoteview Components

    RemoteView components CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. Installing the chipDISK CAUTION! If the chipDISK has been installed it is not possible to use the ATA port. Ê Open the server as described in the chapter “Preparation”...
  • Page 68: Remoteview Service Board S2 Lp

    RemoteView Service Board S2 LP RemoteView components Ê Close the server, connect it to the power outlet, and switch it on as described in the chapter “Completion” on page 97ff. RemoteView Service Board S2 LP How to install/remove and configure the RSB S2 LP is described in detail in the “RemoteView Service Board S2/ S2 LP 1.x, Mounting and Setting Up”...
  • Page 69 RemoteView components RemoteView Service Board S2 LP Ê Open the server as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19ff. Figure 55: Connecting cables to the RSB S2 LP Ê Connect the power cable (1) and the data cable (2) to the RSB S2 LP. Ê...
  • Page 71: External Scsi Interface

    External SCSI interface CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. 10.1 Installing the external SCSI interface Ê Open the server as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19ff. Ê Remove the ventilation duct over the system fans (see page 32).
  • Page 72 Installing the external SCSI interface External SCSI interface Figure 58: Fastening the plug connector at the rear of the housing Ê Remove the two threaded bolts from the plug connector. Ê Feed the plug connector through the notch at the rear of the housing. Ê...
  • Page 73: Parallel Interface For Printers

    Parallel interface for printers CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. 11.1 Installing a parallel interface Ê Open the server as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19ff. Ê Remove the ventilation duct over the main memory (see page 28).
  • Page 74 Installing a parallel interface Parallel interface for printers Figure 60: Fastening the plug connector at the rear of the housing Ê Feed the plug connector through the notch at the rear of the housing. Ê Fasten the plug connector to the rear of the housing using the threaded bolts supplied (see arrows).
  • Page 75 Parallel interface for printers Installing a parallel interface Ê Close the server, connect it to the power outlet, and switch it on as described in the chapter “Completion” on page 97ff. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 77: Upgrading To Redundant System Fans

    Upgrading to redundant system fans CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. If only two system fans are installed (no redundancy), a defective fan must be replaced immediately. If four system fans are installed, the fans are operating in a redundant configu- ration.
  • Page 78 Upgrading to redundant system fans Figure 62: Inserting the adapter board Ê Insert the adapter board and fasten it with 3 screws M3x4.5mm (see arrows). Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 79 Upgrading to redundant system fans Figure 63: Removing the jumpers Ê Remove the jumpers from the system board and from the adapter board. Figure 64: Connecting the cable Ê Connect the cable T26139-Y2493-V8 as shown in the photo. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 80 Upgrading to redundant system fans Recesses Screw Figure 65: Installing the fan cages Ê Hook the fan cage into the recesses on the adapter board. Ê Fasten the fan cage with one captive screw. Ê Install the second fan cage in the same way. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 81 Upgrading to redundant system fans Figure 66: Installing a system fan Ê Pull the tab up (1). Ê Install the system fan in the empty fan cage. Ê Press the tab down until it latches in place. Ê Install the second system fan in the same way. Ê...
  • Page 83: Conversion Standard Ps To Hot-Plug Ps

    Conversion standard PS to hot- plug PS CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. The conversion kit consists of a PS cage, a Power backplane, a PS safe guard and the power cables. PS safe guard Power backplane PS cage...
  • Page 84 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS snap-fit Figure 68: Removing the guidance of the processor fan holder Ê Unlock the snap-fit. Ê Push the guidance of the processor fan holder in direction of the arrow and take it out. Ê Disconnect all power cables from the system board and the drives (see the cabling plans in the Appendix).
  • Page 85 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 70: Loosening the screws Ê Remove the four screws and pull the power supply unit together with the adapter metal cover out of the server. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 86 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 71: Installing the Power backplane in the PS cage Ê Insert the Power backplane in the PS cage. Ê Push the Power backplane in direction of the arrow until it engages in the guidances of the PS cage.
  • Page 87 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Cable tie Noses Figure 72: Connecting the cables Ê Connect the following cables to the Xn connectors on the Power backplane: No. Xn connector Cable designation T26139-Y3758-V8 / SNP:A3C40057456 T26139-Y3939-V2 / SNP:A3C40057635 T26139-Y3697-V103 / SNP:A3C40058688 T26139-Y3856-V4 / SNP:A3C40057446 T26139-Y3856-V5 / SNP:A3C40057451 Ê...
  • Page 88 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 73: Installing the PS cage Ê Push the PS cage into the bay. In the floorstand model the Power backplane is positioned under the top cover, and in the rack model at the right-hand side cover (seen from front side).
  • Page 89 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 74: Fastening the PS cage Ê Fasten the PS cage with four screws M3x4.5 mm (see arrows) at the rear side. Ê Push the both power supply modules in the bays of PS cage until they engage.
  • Page 90 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 75: Replacing the guidance of the processor fan holder Ê Lead the three shorter cables (T26139-Y3758-V8, T26139-Y3939-V2, T26139-Y3697-V103) through the left side of the opening. Ê Lead the three longer cables (T26139-Y3856-V4, T26139-Y3856-V5) to the right side of the opening.
  • Page 91 Conversion standard PS to hot-plug PS Figure 76: Installing the PS safe guard Ê Install the PS safe guard and fasten it with one screw M3x4.5 mm. Ê Reinstall the processor fan holder (see page 38). Ê Reinstall the ventilation duct over the system fans (see page 39).
  • Page 93: Converting From The Floorstand Model To The Rack Model

    Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. Ê Open the server and remove the front cover as described in the chapter “Preparation” on page 19ff. The front cover is no longer required.
  • Page 94 Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model Figure 78: Removing the feet Ê Remove four screws from each of the feet. Ê Remove the feet. The feet are no longer required. Haken Figure 79: Removing the bar Ê Remove the three screws (1) on the bar. Ê...
  • Page 95 Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model The drive cage for the accessible drives is constructed in such a way that the accessible drives and the operating panel module can be taken out simply, turned through 90° to the left, and then be reinstalled. Ê...
  • Page 96 Converting from the floorstand model to the rack model Ê Reestablish all connections to the drives. Ê Reinstall the ventilation duct over the system fans (see page 39). Ê Attach the rack front cover, close the server, connect it to the power outlet, and switch it on as described in the chapter “Completion”...
  • Page 97: Completion

    Completion CAUTION! Observe the safety instructions in the chapter “Safety notes” on page 13ff. 15.1 Floorstand model 15.1.1 Attaching the front cover After you have installed further accessible drives, reattach the front cover. Hooks Figure 81: Hooks on the front cover Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 98 Floorstand model Completion Figure 82: Attaching the front cover Ê Hook on the front cover (1). Ê Press the front cover onto the housing (2). Figure 83: Engaging the locking buttons Ê Press the two locking buttons (1+2) until they engage. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 99: 15.1.2 Closing The Server

    Completion Floorstand model Figure 84: Attaching the hard disk cover Ê Push the drive cover upward as far as possible (1). Ê Reinstall the hard disk cover (2 + 3). 15.1.2 Closing the server Figure 85: Attaching the left-hand side cover Ê...
  • Page 100 Floorstand model Completion Figure 86: Fastening the left-hand side cover Ê Fasten the left-hand side cover with the green knurled screw (1). Ê Insert the key. Ê Lock the server. Ê Connect all power plugs to the power outlets. Ê Press the on/off key to start up the server. Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 101: Rack Model

    Completion Rack model 15.2 Rack model 15.2.1 Attaching the rack front cover Reattach the rack front cover after implementing the following extensions: – Installation of further accessible drives – Conversion of the floorstand model to a rack model Figure 87: Attaching the rack front cover Ê...
  • Page 102: 15.2.2 Closing The Server

    Rack model Completion 15.2.2 Closing the server Figure 88: Attaching the top cover Ê Position the top cover in such a way that it protrudes approxiate 10 cm at the rear (1). Ê Push the top cover all the way forward (2). Figure 89: Fastening the top cover Ê...
  • Page 103 Completion Rack model If you have not removed the server from the rack cabinet, please skip this page. If the server is incorporated in a Classic rack cabinet, you will find a description on how to install it in the Operating Manual. Hook Figure 90: Installing the server in a rack cabinet CAUTION!
  • Page 104 Rack model Completion Ê Release the telescopic rails’ locking mechanism (4) on both sides and push the server as far as it will go into the rack (5). Figure 91: Fastening the server in the rack cabinet Ê Fasten the server in the rack using the four knurled screws (1). Ê...
  • Page 105: Appendix

    Appendix 16.1 Cabling You will find suggestions for cabling on the next pages. The following table gives you an overview of the cables: Part number Material number Designation T26139-Y2603-V7 A3C40057454 Operating panel cable T26139-Y3904-V2 A3C40057449 USB cable T26139-Y3718-V601 A3C40057445 I²C bus cable T26139-Y3662-V10 A3C40057453 Slimline CD-/DVD-ROM cable...
  • Page 106 Cabling Appendix Figure 92: Basic cabling Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 107 Appendix Cabling Figure 93: Cabling standard power supply E504-V70 Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 108 Cabling Appendix Figure 94: Cabling standard power supply E482-V60 Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 109 Appendix Cabling Figure 95: Cabling hot-plug power supply Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 110 Cabling Appendix Figure 96: Cabling hard disks extension box Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 111: Scsi Configurations

    Appendix SCSI configurations 16.2 SCSI configurations Figure 97: Part 1 of system configurator Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 112 SCSI configurations Appendix Figure 98: Part 2 of system configurator Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 113 Appendix SCSI configurations Figure 99: Part 3 of system configurator Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 115: Abbreviations

    Abbreviations Alternating Current ANSI American National Standard Institut ASR&R Automatic Server Reconfiguration and Restart BIOS Basic Input-Output System Baseboard Management Controller Cache Coherency Compact Disk CD-ROM Compact Disk-Read Only Memory Cylinder Head Sector CMOS Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor Communication Central Processing Unit Direct Current DIMM Dual Inline Memory Module...
  • Page 116 Abbreviations Dual Inline Package Direct Memory Access Desktop Management Interface Errror Checking and Correcting Extended Capabilities Port EEPROM Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory ElectroMagnetic Compatibility) Emergency Management Port Enhanced Parallel Port ElectroStatic Discharge Front Panel Controller Field Replaceable Unit Front Side Bus Global Array Manager Graphical User Interface Options Guide...
  • Page 117 Abbreviations Hard Disk Drive Hot-Swap Controller I²C Inter-Integrated Circuit Input/Output Intelligent Chassis Management Identification Intergrated Drive Electronics IOOP Intetelligent Organization of PCI Interrupt Request Line Local Area Network Logical Block Address Liquid Crystal Display Logical Unit Number Low-Voltage Differential SCSI Multi Mode Faser Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 118 Abbreviations Manually Retention Latch Non Maskable Interrupt NVRAM Non Volatile Random Access Memory Operating System Peripheral Component Interconnect Prefailure Detection and Analysing POST Power ON Self Test RAID Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks Random Access Memory Read-Only Memory Remote Service Board Real Time Clock RTDS Remote Test- und Diagnose-System...
  • Page 119 Abbreviations Single Connector Attachment SCSI Small Computer System Interface SDDC Single Device Data Correction Sensor Data Record SDRAM Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory System Event Log System Management Interrupt System Setup Utility SVGA Super Video Graphics Adapter Universal Serial Bus Video Graphics Adapter Options Guide U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 121: Related Publications

    PDF files from the Internet. The overview page showing the online documen- tation available on the Internet can be found via the URL: http://manuals.fujitsu-siemens.com. For the documentation of the PRIMERGY servers choose the navigation point industry standard servers. Safety...
  • Page 122 Related Publications [12] PRIMERGY ServerView Suite RemoteView User Manual [13] RemoteView Service Board S2/S2 LP 1.x Mounting and Setting Up User’s Guide [14] PRIMERGY TX200 S2 Operating Manual [15] System Board D1919 Technical Manual [16] BIOS-Setup Reference Manual [17] Integrated Mirroring User’s Guide...
  • Page 123: Index

    Index accessible drives 7, magnetic tape drive DDS Gen5 DDS4 chipDISK 8, LTO2 Ultrium controller 7, 58, SDLT 320 conversion of floorstand model to rack SLR100 model main memory 7, conversion standard power supply to meaning hot-plug power supply of the symbols conversion standard PS to hot-plug multiprocessor operating system 31, dual operation 31,...
  • Page 125 Comments Suggestions Corrections Fax: (++49) 700 / 372 00000 Comments on PRIMERGY TX200 S2 Server System U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 127 Comments Suggestions Corrections Fax: (++49) 700 / 372 00000 Comments on PRIMERGY TX200 S2 Server System U41593-J-Z156-2-76...
  • Page 129 Information on this document On April 1, 2009, Fujitsu became the sole owner of Fujitsu Siemens Compu- ters. This new subsidiary of Fujitsu has been renamed Fujitsu Technology So- lutions. This document from the document archive refers to a product version which was released a considerable time ago or which is no longer marketed.