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PRIMERGY TX100 S1
Options Guide
Edition August 2009

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  • Page 1 PRIMERGY TX100 S1 Options Guide 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 trade names and/or trademarks of their respective...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......5 Concept and target groups ....5 Documentation overview .
  • Page 4 Contents Completion ......37 Installing the air duct ..... . 37 Closing the server .
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Internet server. Thanks to its highly developed hardware and software components, the PRIMERGY TX100 S1 server offers a high level of data security and availability. Security functions in the BIOS-Setup and on the system board protect the data on the server against manipulation.
  • Page 6: Documentation Overview

    Documentation overview Introduction Documentation overview More information on your PRIMERGY TX100 S1 can be found in the following documents: – "Quick Start Hardware - PRIMERGY TX100 S1" leaflet (only included as a printed copy) – "Quick Start Software - Quick Installation Guide" DVD booklet (only included with the PRIMERGY ServerView Suite as a printed copy) –...
  • Page 7: Expansions And Upgrades

    Introduction Expansions and upgrades Further sources of information: – PRIMERGY Abbreviations and Glossary on the PRIMERGY ServerView Suite DVD 2 – Manual for the monitor – Documentation for the boards and drives – Operating system documentation – Information files in your operating system Expansions and upgrades Upgrading the main memory The system board supports up to 8 Gbyte of main memory.
  • Page 8: Notational Conventions

    Notational conventions Introduction Trusted Platform Module (TPM) The system board is optional equipped with a TPM (Trusted Platform Module) by the manufacturer. This module enables programs from third party manufacturers to store key information (e.g. drive encryption using Window's Bitlocker Drive Encryption). The TPM is activated via the BIOS system (for more information, refer to the BIOS manual).
  • Page 9: Procedure

    Procedure CAUTION! The actions described in this manual should only be carried out by technical specialists. Equipment repairs should only be performed by service staff. Please note that unauthorized interference with the system will void the warranty and exempt the manufacturer from all liability. Any failure to observe the guidelines in this manual, and any improper repairs could expose the user to risks (electric shock, energy hazards, fire hazards) or damage the equipment.
  • Page 11: Safety Instructions

    Safety instructions The following safety instructions are also provided in the manual "Safety notes and other important information". This device meets the relevant safety regulations for IT equipment. If you have any questions about whether you can install the server in the intended environment, please contact your sales outlet or our customer service team.
  • Page 12 Safety instructions Before starting up CAUTION! During installation and before operating the device, observe the instructions on environmental conditions for your device. If the device is brought in from a cold environment, condensation may form both inside and on the outside of the device. Wait until the device has acclimatized to room temperature and is absolutely dry before starting it up.
  • Page 13 Safety instructions CAUTION! Ensure that the power sockets on the device and the grounded shockproof sockets are freely accessible. The On/Off button or the main power switch (if there is one) does not disconnect the device from the mains voltage. To completely disconnect it, you must remove all the power plugs from the power outlets.
  • Page 14 Safety instructions CAUTION! Proper operation of the device (in accordance with IEC 60950-1/EN 60950-1) is only ensured if the casing is fully assembled and the rear covers for the installation bays are in place (electric shock, cooling, fire protection, interference suppression). Install only system extensions that satisfy the requirements and rules governing safety, electromagnetic compatibility, and telecommunications terminal equipment.
  • Page 15 Safety instructions Working with CDs/DVDs and CD/DVD drives When working with devices with CD/DVD drives, these instructions must be followed. CAUTION! Only use CDs/DVDs that are in perfect condition in your server's CD/DVD drive, in order to prevent data loss, equipment damage and injury.
  • Page 16 Safety instructions 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 before installing or removing components with ESDs.
  • Page 17: Preparation

    Preparation CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Safety instructions" on page Opening the server 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.
  • Page 18 Opening the server Preparation Removing the side cover Figure 2: Opening the locking lever Ê Pull the locking lever as far as it will go. Options Guide TX100 S1...
  • Page 19 Preparation Opening the server Figure 3: Removing the side cover Ê Lift up the side cover (1). Ê Remove the side cover (2). Options Guide TX100 S1...
  • Page 20 Opening the server Preparation Lifting up the drive cage Figure 4: Lifting up the drive cage Ê Loosen the knurled screw (1). Options Guide TX100 S1...
  • Page 21 Preparation Opening the server Figure 5: Lifting up the drive cage Ê Lift up the drive cage. The built-in torque controller ensures that the drive cage stays up in any position. Options Guide TX100 S1...
  • Page 22: Removing The Air Duct

    Removing the air duct Preparation Removing the air duct When removing the air duct, make sure that you do not damage the heat sink on the system board. Figure 6: Removing the air duct Ê Open the server (see section "Opening the server" on page 17).
  • Page 23: Main Memory

    Main memory CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Safety instructions" on page The system board supports up to 8 GB of main memory. 4 slots (2 memory banks with 2 slots each) are provided for the main memory. Every slot can be fitted with 1 GB or 2 GB unbuffered DDR2 memory modules (PC2-6400 800 MHz).
  • Page 24: Extending/Replacing The Main Memory

    Extending/replacing the main memory Main memory The table below shows the order in which the memory banks must be equipped: Mode DIMM-1A DIMM-2A DIMM-1B DIMM-2B (black) (blue) (black) (blue) single channel populated empty empty empty dual channel populated empty populated empty Single/dual populated...
  • Page 25 Main memory Extending/replacing the main memory Figure 9: Inserting a memory module Ê Carefully press the new memory module into the slot (1) until the fastening tabs on both sides of it engage (2). Ê Install the air duct (see section "Installing the air duct"...
  • Page 27: Accessible Drives

    Accessible drives CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Safety instructions" on page Two 5.25-inch bays are available for accessible drives. DVD drives or magnetic tape drives can be installed in these slots. By default, the upper slot is fitted with a DVD drive. Preparation Ê...
  • Page 28 Preparation Accessible drives 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 requirements and fire protection measures.
  • Page 29: Installing An Accessible 5.25-Inch Drive

    Accessible drives Installing an accessible 5.25-inch drive CAUTION! Keep the dummy module for future use. If you remove the accessible drive again and do not replace it with a new one, the dummy module must be reinstalled to comply with EMC regulations and to satisfy cooling requirements and fire protection measures.
  • Page 31: Expansion Cards And Parallel Interface

    Expansion cards and parallel interface CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Safety instructions" on page The server can be flexibly expanded via four slots. Slot 1 is the preferred slot for the SAS/SATA RAID controller (bootable). Figure 13: Arrangement of the slots Slot Description PCI 32 bit...
  • Page 32: Installing An Expansion Card

    Installing an expansion card Expansion cards and parallel interface Installing an expansion card Ê Open the server (see section "Opening the server" on page 17). Figure 14: Removing the slot cover Ê Remove the screw (see circle). Ê Pull the slot cover up and out. CAUTION! Keep the slot cover in a safe place.
  • Page 33 Expansion cards and parallel interface Installing an expansion card Figure 15: Installing an expansion card Ê Carefully press the new expansion card into the relevant slot on the system board until it clicks into place. Ê Screw the slot cover for the expansion card into place (see circle). Ê...
  • Page 34: Installing A Parallel Interface

    Installing a parallel interface Expansion cards and parallel interface Installing a parallel interface Ê Open the server (seesection "Opening the server" on page 17). Ê Remove the screw from the slot cover for slot 1. Ê Pull the slot cover up and out. CAUTION! Keep the slot cover in a safe place.
  • Page 35 Expansion cards and parallel interface Installing a parallel interface Figure 17: Installing a parallel interface Ê Insert the slot cover of the parallel interface into slot 1. Ê Screw the slot cover of the parallel interface into place. Ê Connect the parallel interface port to the connector PARALLEL PORT on the system board.
  • Page 37: Completion

    Completion CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Safety instructions" on page Installing the air duct When installing the air duct, make sure that you do not damage the heat sink on the system board. Figure 18: Installing the air duct Ê...
  • Page 38: Closing The Server

    Closing the server Completion Closing the server Closing the drive cage Figure 19: Closing the drive cage Ê Close the drive cage. Ê Use the knurled screw (1) to screw the drive cage into place. Options Guide TX100 S1...
  • Page 39 Completion Closing the server Installing the side cover Figure 20: Installing the side cover Ê Replace the side cover. Ê Press the locking lever down until it clicks into place. Ê Put the server back into the upright position. Ê Connect all cables on the rear of the server. Ê...
  • Page 41: Appendix

    Appendix Cabling You will find suggestions for cabling on the next pages. Options Guide TX100 S1...
  • Page 42 Cabling Appendix Figure 21: Power supply cabling Options Guide TX100 S1...
  • Page 43 Appendix Cabling (optional) T26139-Y3910-V52 Figure 22: Basic cabling with parallel interface option Options Guide TX100 S1...
  • Page 45: Index

    Index accessible drives main memory equipping bays configuration removing dummy cover 27, equipping rules air duct upgrading installing meaning of the symbols removing appendix notational conventions cabling parallel interface cabling plan installing components, hardware/software PCIe Gen2 slot configuration of main memory removing dummy cover 27, data manipulation drive cage...