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PRIMERGY TX100 S3
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Upgrade and Maintenance Manual
February 2014

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  • Page 1 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual - English PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Server Upgrade and Maintenance Manual February 2014...
  • 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 ......17 Where to find which information? ....19 Notational conventions .
  • Page 6 Contents 4.3.2.1 Removing the optical disk drive (ODD) ... . 47 4.3.2.2 Removing the backup drive ....49 4.3.3 Removing the front cover .
  • Page 7 Contents 5.2.13 Configuring LAN teaming ....84 5.2.13.1 After replacing / upgrading LAN controllers ..85 5.2.13.2 After replacing the system board .
  • Page 8 Contents Replacing a 3.5-inch HDD ....124 7.4.1 Required tools ......124 7.4.2 Preliminary steps .
  • Page 9 Contents 9.2.2.4 Installing a PCI slot bracket ....159 9.2.2.5 Concluding steps ..... . . 160 9.2.3 Replacing expansion cards .
  • Page 10 Contents 9.3.4.5 Concluding steps ..... . 183 9.3.5 Replacing a BBU ......184 9.3.5.1 Required tools .
  • Page 11 Contents 10.4.4 Installing a memory module ....210 10.4.5 Concluding steps ......210 Processor .
  • Page 12 Contents 12.2.5.2 Preparing the slide-in unit ....246 12.2.5.3 Installing the slide-in unit ....249 12.2.6 Installing a backup drive .
  • Page 13 Contents 13.2.5 Removing the defective front USB board ... . 283 13.2.6 Installing the new front USB board ....284 13.2.7 Installing the new front USB module .
  • Page 14 Contents Cabling ......321 15.1 Cabling overview ..... . . 322 15.1.1 Cable plans .
  • Page 15 Version history Issue number Reason for update 1.0 / August 2011 Initial release 2.0 / December 2011 Deleted: – 4.6.1 Switching on the server with a 0-Watt device (is described in OM) Inserted/changed: – Chapter 6 structure changed – 6.2 Average task duration increased –...
  • Page 16 Version history Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 17: 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 18 Introduction Model lines for TX100 S3 There are two model lines for the TX100 S3 server: – TX100 S3 – TX100 S3p The following table provides an overview of the different features: TX100 S3 TX100 S3p System board D3009-Axx D3009-Bxx ®...
  • Page 19: 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://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/manual/...
  • Page 20: 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 21: Before You Start

    Japanese market: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/system/ 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 22: Classification Of Procedures

    At the beginning of each procedure, the involved unit type is indicated by one of the symbols introduced in this section. Please ask your local Fujitsu service center for more detailed information. 2.1.1 Customer Replaceable Units (CRU) Customer Replaceable Units (CRU) Customer Replaceable Units are intended for customer self service.
  • Page 23: 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). Server management error messages will report defective Upgrade and Repair Units.
  • Page 24: 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 25: 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 2 on page 25 for an overview of steps taken into account for calculating the average task duration: Step...
  • Page 26: 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 27: Documents You Need At Hand

    PRIMERGY TX100 S3" leaflet Quick installation poster for initial operation, " はじめにお読みください - available only in printed form. PRIMERGY TX100 S3 " リーフ レット for the Japanese market "PRIMERGY ServerView Suite - DVD booklet on initial software Overview & Installation" DVD...
  • Page 28 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. Glossary Available from the ServerView Suite DVD 2.
  • Page 29: 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 30 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 31 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 32 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 33 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 34 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 35 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 36: 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 37: 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 38: 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 39 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 40 Important information Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 41: Basic Hardware Procedures

    Basic hardware procedures Using diagnostics information The "PRIMERGY TX100 S3 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 plan the upgrade or replacement of hardware components. ServerView Suite documentation is available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com...
  • Page 42: 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. Figure 2: Power button on the front panel Ê...
  • Page 43: Disconnecting Power Cord

    Basic hardware procedures 4.2.1 Disconnecting 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...
  • Page 44: Opening The Server

    In order to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on ● electromagnetic compatibility) and satisfy cooling requirements, the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 server must not run while the side cover is removed. For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important ●...
  • Page 45: Removing The Side Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.3.1 Removing the side cover Figure 4: Removing the side cover Ê Pull the locking lever as far as it will go (1). This will disengage the locking mechanism. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 46 Basic hardware procedures Figure 5: Removing the side cover Ê Open the side cover (2). Ê Remove the side cover (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 47: Removing Accessible Drives

    Basic hardware procedures 4.3.2 Removing accessible drives 4.3.2.1 Removing the optical disk drive (ODD) Figure 6: Disconnecting cables to the optical disk drive Ê Disconnect all cables from the optical disk drive. Power cable connector P8 (see figure 227 on page 329) SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 48 Basic hardware procedures Figure 7: Removing the optical disk drive Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and press out the accessible drive from behind (2). Ê Remove the accessible drive out of its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 49: 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...
  • Page 50 Basic hardware procedures Figure 9: Removing the backup drive Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and press out the backup drive from behind (2). Ê Remove the backup drive out of its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 51: 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 by pulling it forwards (1). Ê Carefully rotate open (2) and unhook the front cover (3). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 52: Closing The Server

    In order to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on ● electromagnetic compatibility) and satisfy cooling requirements, the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 server must not run while the side cover is removed. For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important ●...
  • Page 53: 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 54: 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 on the left side of the accessible drive.
  • Page 55 Basic hardware procedures Figure 13: Connecting cables to the optical disk drive Ê Connect cables to the optical disk drive. Power cable connector P8 (see figure figure 227 on page 329) SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 56: 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 on the left side of the accessible drive.
  • Page 57 Basic hardware procedures Figure 15: Connecting cables from the backup drive Ê Connect all cables from the backup drive. Power adapter cable USB cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 58: Installing The Side Cover

    Basic hardware procedures 4.4.4 Installing the side cover Figure 16: Installing the side cover (A) Ê Hook the side cover in the bottom side cant of the chassis (1). Ê Push the side cover against the chassis until the locking mechanism engages (2).
  • Page 59: Connecting The Server To The Mains

    Basic hardware procedures Connecting the server to the mains The PRIMERGY TX100 S3 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. CAUTION! The power supply automatically adjusts to any mains voltage in the range of 100 VAC to 240 VAC.
  • Page 60: Switching On The Server

    ● order to comply with applicable EMC regulations (regulations on electromagnetic compatibility) and to satisfy cooling requirements, the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 server must not run while the side cover is removed Follow the safety instructions in chapter "Important information" on ●...
  • Page 61: 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 power cord"...
  • Page 62 Basic hardware procedures Figure 20: Lifting up the HDD cage Ê Push down the HDD cage to release it (1). Ê Push the HDD cage inwards (2). Ê Carefully lift up the HDD cage (3). Do not completely lift up the HDD cage out of the chassis. First, disconnect the fan cable which is located under the fan before you lift up the HDD cage out of the chassis.
  • Page 63: Installing The Hdd Cage

    Basic hardware procedures Figure 21: Connector for the fan2 cable Ê Disconnect the cable from system board connector FAN2 SYS (see circle). Installing the HDD cage Do not completely place down the HDD cage into the chassis. First, connect the fan cable which is located close to the HDD cage before you place down the HDD cage into the chassis.
  • Page 64 Basic hardware procedures Figure 23: Placing the HDD cage Ê Place down the HDD cage into the chassis (1). Ê Push the HDD cage to the front side of the chassis (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 65 Basic hardware procedures Figure 24: Recesses of the HDD cage Ê Pull up the HDD cage until the upper hooks engage in the recesses (see circles). This view is only visible, if the front cover is removed. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 66: Concluding Steps

    Basic hardware procedures Figure 25: Fastening the screws Ê Ensure that the noses engage under the guides (see circles) and all screw holes are matching. Ê Fasten the four screws (see circles) of the HDD cage. 4.8.1 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 67: Concluding Software Tasks

    Basic hardware procedures Concluding software tasks Ê Perform the following software tasks to put the server back in operation: – "Verifying the system time settings" on page 78 – "Viewing and clearing the System Event Log (SEL)" on page 79 –...
  • Page 68 Basic hardware procedures Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 69: Basic Software Procedures

    Basic software procedures Starting the maintenance task 5.1.1 Disabling BitLocker functionality BitLocker Drive Encryption provides protection for operating system and data drives by encrypting the contents and requiring users to authenticate their credentials to access the information. On the operating system drive, BitLocker uses the compatible Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to detect if the computer's startup process has been modified from its original state.
  • Page 70: Removing Backup And Optical Disk Media

    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 71: Verifying And Configuring The Backup Software Solution

    This is a known restriction of Windows PE with Multipath drivers. Before using the ServerView Update DVD or PrimeCollect in an offline environment, Fujitsu recommends to properly shut down the server and to disconnect all external I/O connections (like LAN or FC cables) from the system.
  • Page 72 Ê Locate, download and burn the ServerView Update DVD image available from the following URL: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/products/note/svsdvd/dvd/ Ê Ensure that all external I/O connections have been removed from the server. Ensure that all external I/O connections are uniquely identified so that you can reconnect them into their original locations after concluding the task.
  • Page 73: Completing The Maintenance Task

    5.2.1 Updating the system board BIOS After replacing the system board, it is essential to upgrade the BIOS to the latest version. The latest BIOS versions are available from the Fujitsu support internet pages http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/ (EMEA market) (Japanese market) http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/downloads/ Fujitsu does not assume responsibility for any damage done to the server or for the loss of any data resulting from BIOS updates.
  • Page 74 Basic software procedures Ê Enter BIOS recovery mode using the onboard jumpers. For detailed information on jumper settings, refer to section "Onboard settings" on page 343 or the "System Board D3009 Technical Manual". Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Closing the server"...
  • Page 75: Updating Raid Controller Firmware

    "Local System Update for PRIMERGY Servers" user guide Using the flash tool The latest firmware files are available as ASPs (Autonomous Support Packages) for Windows or as DOS tools from the Fujitsu support web pages at: (EMEA market) http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/ http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/downloads/ (Japanese market) Ê...
  • Page 76: Enabling Option Rom Scan

    Basic software procedures 5.2.3 Enabling Option ROM scan In order to configure an expansion card that has been installed or replaced, the card’s Option ROM has to be enabled in the system board BIOS. The card’s firmware is called by the system BIOS upon reboot and can be entered and configured.
  • Page 77: 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. Re-enabling backup drives...
  • Page 78: Enabling Replaced Components In The System Bios

    Basic software procedures 5.2.5 Enabling replaced components in the system BIOS When a processor, an expansion card, or a memory module fails, the defective component will be set to Disabled or Failed in the system BIOS. The server will then reboot with only the intact hardware components remaining in the system configuration.
  • Page 79: Viewing And Clearing The System Event Log (Sel)

    Basic software procedures Ê Under System Time and System Date specify the correct time and date. By default, the system time set in the BIOS is RTC (Real Time Clock) local time. If your IT infrastructure relies on universally accepted time standards, set the System Time to UTC (Universal Time, Coordinated) instead.
  • Page 80: Updating The Nic Configuration File In A Linux Environment

    Basic software procedures 5.2.8 Updating the NIC configuration file in a Linux environment In order to prevent errors caused by changing network device names (eth<x>), it is recommended to store the MAC address (hardware address) of a network interface card in the related NIC configuration file of the Linux OS. When replacing a network controller or the system board with onboard LAN controllers in a server running Linux OS, the MAC address will change but not automatically be updated in the definition file.
  • Page 81 Basic software procedures Ê Save and close the definition file. Ê For the changes to take effect, you need to reboot the network by entering the following command: # service network restart If the system board or network controller offers multiple LAN ports, it is necessary to update the remaining ifcfg-eth<x>...
  • Page 82: Enabling Bitlocker Functionality

    Ê Follow the instructions in the BitLocker Setup wizard. For further information on how to enable BitLocker drive encryption, please refer to the Microsoft Knowledge Base. Fujitsu service partners will find additional information (also available in Japanese) on the Fujitsu Extranet web pages. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 83: Performing A Raid Array Rebuild

    Basic software procedures 5.2.10 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. Ê Ensure that the RAID array rebuild has started normally. Wait until the progress bar has reached at least one percent.
  • Page 84: Using The Chassis Id Prom Tool

    After replacing the system board, system information has to be entered using the ChassisID_Prom Tool. The tool and further instructions are available to maintenance personnel from Fujitsu Technology Solutions Extranet: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/service/intelservers/tools For the Japanese market, follow the instructions provided separately.
  • Page 85: After Replacing / Upgrading Lan Controllers

    Basic software procedures 5.2.13.1 After replacing / upgrading LAN controllers Please note when re-using a replaced LAN controller: Ê Confirm with the customer whether the LAN controller you have replaced has been used as part of a LAN teaming configuration. Ê...
  • Page 86 Basic software procedures Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 87: Power Supply

    Power supply The PRIMERGY TX100 S3 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. CAUTION! The server supports a mains voltage in the range of 100 VAC to 240 VAC.
  • Page 88: Replacing The Standard Power Supply Unit

    Power supply Replacing the standard 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 89: Disconnecting Power Cables

    Power supply 6.1.3 Disconnecting power cables Figure 27: Disconnecting power cable 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...
  • Page 90: Removing The Power Supply Unit

    Power supply 6.1.4 Removing the power supply unit Figure 28: Detaching the PSU Ê Remove the four screws from the PSU (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 91 Power supply Figure 29: 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...
  • Page 92: Installing The Power Supply Unit

    Power supply 6.1.5 Installing the power supply unit Figure 30: Hooks for fastening the PSU Take care, that the PSU is fastening into the hooks (see circles). Figure 31: Installing the PSU Ê Insert the new PSU into the chassis (1). Ê...
  • Page 93 Power supply Figure 32: 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...
  • Page 94: Reconnecting Power Cables

    Power supply 6.1.6 Reconnecting power cables Figure 33: Connecting power cable Ê Connect the PSU ATX power connector to system board connector POWER. 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"...
  • Page 95: Replacing The 0-Watt Power Supply Unit

    Power supply Replacing the 0-Watt power supply unit Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average task duration: 20 minutes 6.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Replacing the power supply unit: ● –...
  • Page 96: Disconnecting Power Cables

    Power supply 6.2.3 Disconnecting power cables Figure 34: Disconnecting power cable 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...
  • Page 97 Power supply Figure 35: Disconnecting power cable Ê Disconnect the PSU power management connector from system board connector PC2009. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 98: Removing The Power Supply Unit

    Power supply 6.2.4 Removing the power supply unit Figure 36: Detaching the PSU Ê Remove four screws from the PSU (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 99 Power supply Figure 37: 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...
  • Page 100: Installing The Power Supply Unit

    Power supply 6.2.5 Installing the power supply unit Figure 38: Hooks for fastening the PSU Take care, that the PSU is fastening into the hooks (see circles). Figure 39: Installing the PSU Ê Insert the new PSU into the chassis (1). Ê...
  • Page 101 Power supply Figure 40: 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...
  • Page 102: Reconnecting Power Cables

    Power supply 6.2.6 Reconnecting power cables Figure 41: Connecting power cable Ê Connect the PSU ATX power connector to system board connector POWER. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 103: Concluding Steps

    Power supply Figure 42: Connecting power cable Ê Connect the PSU power management connector to system board connector PC2009. 6.2.7 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 104 Power supply Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 105: Hard Disk Drives

    Hard disk drives For information on RAID controllers, please refer to chapter "Expansion cards and backup units" on page 147. Safety notes CAUTION! The hard disk drives must all be marked clearly so that they can be ● put back in their original places after an upgrade. If this is not done, existing data can be lost.
  • Page 106: 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 43: 3.5-inch HDD mounting order SATA connectivity Controller...
  • Page 107: 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 108: Installing A 3.5-Inch Hdd

    Hard disk drives 7.2.3 Installing a 3.5-inch HDD Figure 44: Removing the Easyclick rails out of the bay Ê Press the green handle of the Easyclick rail a little inwards (1) and pull the rail out of the desired 3.5-inch HDD installation bay (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 109 Hard disk drives Figure 45: Aligning the Easyclick rails Ê Align the three pins on the Easyclick rails with the screw holes on the new hard disk drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 110 Hard disk drives Figure 46: Attaching the Easyclick rails Ê Attach an Easyclick rail on each side of the new hard disk drive. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 111 Hard disk drives Figure 47: 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 Easyclick rails click in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 112: Connecting Power

    Hard disk drives 7.2.4 Connecting power Figure 48: Connecting the power cable Ê Connect the 15-pin SATA power connector P4 of the SATA power cable to the HDD 1 (see figure 227 on page 329). P5 is used for HDD 2 P6 is not used P3 is used for HDD3 P2 is used for HDD4...
  • Page 113: Sata Cabling To Onboard Controller

    Hard disk drives 7.2.5 SATA cabling to onboard controller Figure 49: Connecting SATA cables to HDD1/2 Ê Connect the SATA cable connected to SATA 1 to the HDD 1 (1). Ê Connect the SATA cable connected to SATA 2 to the HDD 2 (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 114 Hard disk drives Figure 50: Connecting SATA cables to HDD 3/4 Ê Connect the SATA cable connected to SATA 3 to the HDD 3 (1). Ê Connect the SATA cable connected to SATA 4 to the HDD 4 (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 115 Hard disk drives Figure 51: Connecting SATA cables to the 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 Ê...
  • Page 116: Sata Cabling To Sata Raid Controller

    Hard disk drives 7.2.6 SATA cabling to SATA RAID controller Figure 52: Connecting SATA cable to RAID controller Ê Connect the SATA cable to connector MLC1 of the SATA RAID controller. Ê Install the SATA RAID controller in slot 3 as described in section "Expansion cards and backup units"...
  • Page 117: Concluding Steps

    Hard disk drives Figure 54: Connecting SATA cables to HDD3/4 Ê Connect the SATA cable connector P3 to HDD 3 (1). See figure 227 on page 329. Ê Connect the SATA cable connector P4 to HDD 4 (2). See figure 227 on page 329.
  • Page 118: Removing 3.5-Inch Hdds

    All data on all HDDs in the array will be lost! Be sure to back up your data before deleting a RAID array. For further information, please refer to the "ServerView Suite RAID Management" user guide, available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com (EMEA market) or (Japanese http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/manual/ market) or from the ServerView Suite DVD 2 supplied with your PRIMERGY server.
  • Page 119: Removing A 3.5-Inch Hdd

    Hard disk drives 7.3.3 Removing a 3.5-inch HDD Figure 55: Disconnecting the cables Ê Disconnect the power cable (1) and the SATA cable (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 120 Hard disk drives Figure 56: Disconnecting SATA cables from the system board Ê Disconnect the corresponding SATA cable(s) from the system board. Push the edge (see arrow) of the system board with the finger to avoid bending up the system board. SATA cable to connector SATA 1 SATA cable to connector SATA 2 SATA cable to connector SATA 3...
  • Page 121 Hard disk drives Figure 57: Removing a 3.5-inch HDD Ê Press the green handles of the Easyclick rails inwards (1) to release the locking mechanism and pull the HDD completely out of its bay (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 122 Hard disk drives Figure 58: Detaching the Easyclick rails Ê Detach the Easyclick rails from the HDD. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 123: Concluding Steps

    Hard disk drives Figure 59: Inserting the Easyclick rails in the bay Ê Push the Easyclick rails completely into the bay (1). Ê Press the green handle outwards until it locks in place (2) 7.3.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 124: Replacing A 3.5-Inch Hdd

    Hard disk drives Replacing a 3.5-inch HDD Customer Replaceable Units (CRU) Average task duration: 5 minutes CAUTION! All HDDs must be uniquely identified so that they can be reinstalled in their original mounting locations later. If this is not done, existing data can be lost.
  • Page 125: Removing A 3.5-Inch Hdd

    Hard disk drives For further information, please refer to the "ServerView Suite RAID Management" user guide, available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com (EMEA market) http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/manual/ (Japanese market) or from the ServerView Suite DVD 2 supplied with your PRIMERGY server. 7.4.3 Removing a 3.5-inch HDD Ê...
  • Page 126 Hard disk drives Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 127: System Fan Modules

    System fan modules Additional fans in power supply units cannot be replaced individually. 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 ●...
  • Page 128: Basic Information

    System fan modules Basic information CAUTION! Since the system fans are not redundant they have to be replaced immediately in case of defects or pre-failure events. Figure 60: Positions of the system fan modules Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 129 System fan modules In the latest chassis version the system fan 1 comes without a fan guard. A corresponding warning label is added. (1). The pictures doesn’t always show the current version. Figure 61: Fan without guard Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 130: 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 8.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Replacing the system fan module: ●...
  • Page 131: Removing The System Fan Module 1

    System fan modules 8.2.3 Removing the system fan module 1 Figure 62: Removing the fan screws Ê Remove the fan screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 132 System fan modules Figure 63: Disconnecting the fan cable Ê Disconnect the fan cable from system board connector FAN1 SYS. Figure 64: Cable clamp of the fan cable Ê Open the cable clamp and remove the fan cable. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 133 System fan modules Figure 65: Removing the system fan module 1 Ê Push 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...
  • Page 134: Installing The System Fan Module 1

    System fan modules 8.2.4 Installing the system fan module 1 Figure 66: 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 module 1 to the right as far as it will go. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 135 System fan modules Figure 67: Fastening the screws of the system fan module 1 figure 67 on page 135 shows the correct position of the four fan bushings. Ê Fasten the fan screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 136 System fan modules Figure 68: Connecting the fan cable Ê Connect the fan cable to system board connector FAN1 SYS. Figure 69: Cable clamp of the fan cable Ê Open the cable clamp and insert the fan cable. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 137: Concluding Steps

    System fan modules 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 Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover" on page Ê...
  • Page 138: 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 8.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Replacing the system fan module: ●...
  • Page 139: Removing The System Fan Module 2

    System fan modules 8.3.3 Removing the system fan module 2 Figure 70: HDD cage with system fan module 2 The only two screws to remove are those which are marked with circles. Ê Remove the screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 140 System fan modules Figure 71: Pushing the HDD cage from the system fan module 2 Ê Push the HDD cage in the direction of the arrow to loosen the system fan module 2. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 141 System fan modules Figure 72: Position of the bushings The bushings remain at the HDD cage. It is not necessary to remove them. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 142 System fan modules Figure 73: Removal 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 143: Installing The System Fan Module 2

    System fan modules 8.3.4 Installing the system fan module 2 Figure 74: 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 144 System fan modules Figure 75: 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. The bushings remain at the HDD cage. It is not necessary to remove them.
  • Page 145: Concluding Steps

    System fan modules Figure 76: Installing the system fan module 2 Ê Fasten the screws (see circles). 8.3.5 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 146 System fan modules Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 147: Expansion Cards And Backup Units

    Expansion cards and backup units 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 148: Basic Information

    Expansion cards and backup units Basic information Depending on your server model the type of the PCI slots can differ, see "Model lines for TX100 S3" on page The system board is equipped with four expansion card slots: Figure 77: PCI slot overview PCI slot Type Function...
  • Page 149 Intel Dual Port PCIe x4 For the latest information on supported expansion cards, refer your server’s hardware configurator available online at the following address: for the EMEA market: http://ts.fujitsu.com/products/standard_servers/tower/primergy_tx100s3.html for the Japanese market: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/system/ Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 150: Expansion Cards

    Expansion cards and backup units Expansion cards 9.2.1 Installing expansion cards Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 9.2.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Installing expansion cards: tool-less ●...
  • Page 151: Removing Pci Slot Bracket

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.2.1.3 Removing PCI slot bracket Figure 78: Removing the PCI slot bracket (A) Ê Press slightly on the upper end and swing outwards. Ê Open the slot bracket clamp. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 152 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 79: Removing the PCI slot bracket (B) Ê Remove the slot bracket. CAUTION! Keep the slot bracket for further use. Always replace slot brackets into unused PCI slot openings to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 153: Installing An Expansion Card

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.2.1.4 Installing an expansion card Ê Remove the expansion card from its protective packaging. For further instructions regarding controller settings, please refer to the accompanying documentation. Ê If applicable, attach the required slot bracket to the expansion card as described in section "Mounting expansion card slot brackets"...
  • Page 154: Connecting Cables To The Expansion Card

    Expansion cards and backup units Figure 81: Installing the expansion card (B) Ê Close the slot bracket clamp. 9.2.1.5 Connecting cables to the expansion card Ê If applicable, connect internal cables to the expansion card. For a complete cabling overview, please refer to section "Cabling overview"...
  • Page 155: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.2.1.7 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê Route the cable carefully and close the cable holders. Ê Close the side cover as described in section "Installing the side cover" on page Ê...
  • Page 156: Removing Expansion Cards

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.2.2 Removing expansion cards Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 9.2.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Removing expansion cards: tool-less ● 9.2.2.2 Preliminary steps Before removing an expansion card, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 157: Removing An Expansion Card

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.2.2.3 Removing an expansion card Figure 82: Removing an expansion card (A) Ê Press slightly on the upper end and swing outwards. Ê Open the slot bracket clamp. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 158 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 83: Removing an expansion card (B) Ê Carefully remove the expansion card from its slot. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 159: Installing A Pci Slot Bracket

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.2.2.4 Installing a PCI slot bracket CAUTION! Always replace slot brackets into unused PCI slot openings to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. Figure 84: Installing a PCI slot bracket (A) Ê Insert a PCI slot bracket into the unused PCI slot opening. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 160: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and backup units Figure 85: Installing a PCI slot bracket (B) Ê Close the slot bracket clamp. 9.2.2.5 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 161: Replacing Expansion Cards

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.2.3 Replacing expansion cards Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes Note on network settings recovery The following notes are required for TX100 S3p (PYT10Pxxx for Japanese market).
  • Page 162: Removing An Expansion Card

    Expansion cards and backup units Ê Remove all external cables from the expansion card to be replaced. Ê Bring the server to its horizontal position. Ê Open the side cover as described in section "Removing the side cover" on page 9.2.3.3 Removing an expansion card Ê...
  • Page 163 Expansion cards and backup units Ê Reconnect all external cables to the replaced expansion card. 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...
  • Page 164: Replacing Tfm

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.2.4 Replacing TFM Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 10 minutes 9.2.4.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Replacing an TFM: Phillips PH1 / (+) No.1 screw driver ● 9.2.4.2 Preliminary steps Before removing a TFM, perform the following steps: Ê...
  • Page 165: Installing The New Tfm

    Expansion cards and backup units Figure 86: Removing the TFM Ê Remove the three screws (1). Ê Remove the TFM (2). 9.2.4.4 Installing the new TFM Ê Install the new TFM as described in section "Preparing the FBU" on page 175.
  • Page 166: Backup Units (Bbu/Fbu)

    A RAID Cache Backup Unit backs up the memory contents of the connected SAS RAID controller in the event of a power failure. The PRIMERGY TX100 S3 server can accommodate either a BBU or an FBU depending on the used RAID controller.
  • Page 167: Preparing The Bbu

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.1.3 Preparing the BBU Figure 87: BBU kit BBU kit (S26361-F3257-L210): LSI iBBU07 / LSI iBBU08 LSZ:L5-25034-** / LSZ:L5-25343-** BBU holder C26361-K644-C942 BBU cable T26139-Y3987-V2 Figure 88: Connecting the BBU cable Ê Connect the BBU cable to the BBU board as shown. The connector side with the three dots points towards you (see circle).
  • Page 168 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 89: Installing the BBU in the BBU holder (A) Ê At a slight angle, fit the BBU under the right retaining bracket on the BBU holder (C26361-K644-C942) as shown (1). Ê Push down the BBU until it locks in place (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 169: Installing The Bbu Holder Into The Chassis

    Expansion cards and backup units Figure 90: Installed BBU in BBU holder 9.3.1.4 Installing the BBU holder into the chassis Figure 91: Installing the BBU holder (A) Note the positions of the three bolts on the HDD cage. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 170 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 92: Installing the BBU holder (B) Ê Insert the BBU holder into the chassis so that the three bolts rest in the wide ends of the keyhole slots on the bottom side of the BBU holder. Ê...
  • Page 171 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 93: Connecting the BBU to the controller Ê Install a SAS RAID controller as described in section "Installing expansion cards" on page 150. Ê Connect the BBU cable to the SAS RAID controller. The connector side with the three dots points towards you. Figure 94: Routing the BBU cable Route the BBU cable through the cable clamps as shown.
  • Page 172: Concluding Steps

    Ê If the BBU status does not change after 8 hours, please try to initiate the recalibration process manually using the ServerView RAID Manager. If this procedure still does not fix the BBU status, please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 173: Installing An Fbu

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.2 Installing an FBU Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes CAUTION! For further safety information, please refer to "Important information" on page 9.3.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Mounting TFM module: Phillips PH1 / (+) No.
  • Page 174: Installing Tfm To The Raid Controller (If Applicable)

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.2.3 Installing TFM to the RAID controller (if applicable) Figure 95: TFM kit TFM kit (S26361-F3669-L110): LSI TFM Module LSZ:L3-25419-** Screws Figure 96: Installing TFM Ê Fit the spacer bolts of the TFM on the RAID controller (1). Ê...
  • Page 175: Preparing The Fbu

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.2.4 Preparing the FBU Figure 97: FBU kit FBU kit (S26361-F3257-L210): LSI FBU02 LSZ:L3-00087-** FBU holder C26361-K644-C970 FBU cable T26139-Y4032-V3 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 176 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 98: Installing the FBU in the FBU holder (A) Ê At a slight angle, fit the FBU under both retaining brackets of the FBU holder as shown. Ê Push in the FBU until it locks in place. Figure 99: Installing the FBU in the FBU holder (B) Ê...
  • Page 177: Installing The Fbu Holder Into The Chassis

    Expansion cards and backup units Figure 100: Connecting the FBU adapter cable to the FBU Ê Connect the cable end on the FBU to the FBU adapter cable as shown. 9.3.2.5 Installing the FBU holder into the chassis Ê Install the FBU holder into the chassis as described in section "Installing the BBU holder into the chassis"...
  • Page 178: Connecting The Fbu Adapter Cable To The Tfm

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.2.6 Connecting the FBU adapter cable to the TFM Figure 101: Connecting the FBU to the controller Ê Connect the FBU cable to the TFM. Ê Install the RAID controller with TFM as described in section "Installing expansion cards"...
  • Page 179: Removing A Bbu

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.3 Removing a BBU Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes CAUTION! Do not throw battery backup units into the trash can. Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste.
  • Page 180: Removing The Bbu Holder From The Chassis

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.3.3 Removing the BBU holder from the chassis Figure 102: Disconnecting the BBU cable Ê Carefully disconnect the BBU cable from the SAS RAID controller. Ê Open the cable clamps and remove the BBU cable. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 181: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and backup units Figure 103: Removing the BBU holder from the chassis Ê Press the release lever to disengage the BBU holder (1). Ê Slide up the BBU holder and take it out of the chassis (2). 9.3.3.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 182: Removing An Fbu

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.4 Removing an FBU Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes CAUTION! Do not throw battery backup units into the trash can. Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste.
  • Page 183: Disconnecting The Fbu Adapter Cable From The Tfm

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.4.3 Disconnecting the FBU adapter cable from the TFM Figure 104: Disconnecting the FBU adapter cable from the TFM Ê Disconnect the FBU adapter cable from the TFM. Ê Remove the FBU adapter cable (see figure 102). 9.3.4.4 Removing the FBU holder from the chassis Ê...
  • Page 184: Replacing A Bbu

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.5 Replacing a BBU Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 10 minutes CAUTION! Do not throw battery backup units into the trash can. Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste.
  • Page 185: Removing The Bbu From The Bbu Holder

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.5.4 Removing the BBU from the BBU holder Figure 105: Removing the BBU from the BBU holder Ê Press out on the retaining bracket on the BBU holder (1), lift the BBU at the bottom side and remove the BBU at a slight angle out of the BBU holder (2). Figure 106: Disconnecting the BBU cable from the BBU Ê...
  • Page 186: Concluding Steps

    Ê If the BBU status does not change after 8 hours, please try to initiate the recalibration process manually using the ServerView RAID Manager. If this procedure still does not fix the BBU status, please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 187: Replacing An Fbu

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.6 Replacing an FBU Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 10 minutes CAUTION! Do not throw battery backup units into the trash can. Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste.
  • Page 188: Removing The Fbu From The Fbu Holder

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.6.4 Removing the FBU from the FBU holder Figure 107: Disconnecting the FBU adapter cable from the FBU Ê Press down on the locking latch on the FBU cable (see close-up) and disconnect the FBU adapter cable. Figure 108: Removing the FBU from the FBU holder Ê...
  • Page 189: Installing A Replacement Fbu

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.3.6.5 Installing a replacement FBU Ê Install the new FBU into the FBU holder as described in section "Preparing the FBU" on page 175. Ê Install the FBU holder into the chassis as described in section "Installing the FBU holder into the chassis"...
  • Page 190: Additional Tasks

    Expansion cards and backup units Additional tasks For further instructions regarding controller settings, please refer to the accompanying documentation. 9.4.1 Mounting expansion card slot brackets Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes This section provides general instructions on mounting slot brackets as well as specific instructions for the following network adapters: "Network adapter D2735"...
  • Page 191: General Instructions

    Expansion cards and backup units 9.4.1.2 General instructions Ê Place the controller on the mounting tabs on the slot bracket. Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with two M3 x 4.5 mm screws. Use the following slot bracket for the ModularRAID controllers based on LSI MegaRAID: –...
  • Page 192 Expansion cards and backup units Network adapter D2735 Figure 110: Network adapter D2735 - Mounting the slot bracket (A) Ê Place the controller on the mounting tabs on the slot bracket (1). Ê Carefully shift the slot bracket towards the controller (2) until the plug shells engage with the cut-outs in the slot bracket connector panel (see close-up).
  • Page 193 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 111: Network adapter D2735 - Mounting the slot bracket (B) Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with two M3 x 4.5 mm screws. Figure 112: Network adapter D2735 - Mounting the slot bracket (C) Assembled network adapter D2735 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 194 Expansion cards and backup units Network adapter D2745 Figure 113: Network adapter D2745 - Mounting the slot bracket (A) Ê Hinge the slot bracket to the plug shell as shown (1). Ê Fold the slot bracket towards the controller until the threaded mounting tab is aligned with the screw hole on the controller (2).
  • Page 195 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 114: Network adapter D2745 - Mounting the slot bracket (B) Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with one M3 x 4.5 mm screw. Figure 115: Network adapter D2745 - Mounting the slot bracket (C) Assembled network adapter D2745 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 196 Expansion cards and backup units Network adapter D2755 Figure 116: Network adapter D2755 - Mounting the slot bracket (A) Ê Place the controller on the mounting tabs on the slot bracket (1). Ê Carefully shift the slot bracket towards the controller until the plug shells engage with the cut-outs in the slot bracket connector panel (2).
  • Page 197 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 117: Network adapter D2755 - Mounting the slot bracket (B) Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with two M3 x 4.5 mm screws. Figure 118: Network adapter D2755 - Mounting the slot bracket (C) Assembled network adapter D2755 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 198 Expansion cards and backup units USB 3.0 interface card D3305 CAUTION! The USB 3.0 interface card D3305 comes pre-assembled with a full height slot bracket. When replacing the slot bracket, ensure to use the original M3 x 5 mm screws. Standard M3 screws may damage onboard components.
  • Page 199 Expansion cards and backup units Figure 120: Mounting the PCI slot bracket (B) Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with the two M3 x 5 mm screws contained in the expansion card kit. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 200 Expansion cards and backup units Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 201: 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 202. Memory modules remain hot after shutdown. Wait for components to ● cool down before installing or removing memory modules to prevent burns.
  • Page 202: Basic Information

    Main memory 10.1 Basic information Depending on your server model different memory modules are supported, see "Model lines for TX100 S3" on page – 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.
  • Page 203: Operation Modes

    Main memory Channel Slot ID Table 5: 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 204: 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 205: 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 202. Figure 122: Installing memory modules (A) Ê Press out the securing clip at each end of the memory module connector. Figure 123: Installing memory modules (B) Ê...
  • Page 206: Concluding Steps

    Main memory Figure 124: Installing memory modules (C) Ê Press down on the memory module until the securing clips snap into the cutouts at each end of the module. 10.2.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 207: 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 208: 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 202. CAUTION! Ensure to maintain an operational configuration when removing memory modules. For additional information, please refer to section "Operation modes"...
  • Page 209: 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 210: Removing A Memory Module

    Main memory 10.4.3 Removing a memory module Ê Identify the defective memory slot using the server management software. Ê Remove the defective memory module as described in section "Removing memory modules" on page 207. 10.4.4 Installing a memory module Ê Replace the defective memory module as described in section "Installing memory modules"...
  • Page 211: Processor

    Processor Safety notes CAUTION! Do not install unsupported processors. For further information on ● supported processors, refer to section "Basic information" on page 212. 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 212: Basic Information

    Processor 11.1 Basic information Depending on your server model different processors are supported, see "Model lines for TX100 S3" on page 11.2 Upgrading or replacing the processor Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average hardware task duration: 15 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes CAUTION! Processors are extremely sensitive to electrostatic discharge and must be handled with care.
  • Page 213: Removing The Processor Heat Sink

    Processor 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 power cord" on page Ê...
  • Page 214 Processor Figure 127: Removing the processor heat sink type A (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 215: Removing The Processor Heat Sink Type B

    Processor 11.2.3.2 Removing the processor heat sink type B Figure 128: Removing the processor heat sink type B (A) Ê Loosen the four captive screws on the heat sink in a crossover pattern (1-4). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 216 Processor Figure 129: Removing the processor heat sink type B (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 217: Removing The Processor

    Processor 11.2.4 Removing the processor Figure 130: 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...
  • Page 218 Processor Figure 131: 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 219 Processor Figure 132: 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...
  • Page 220: Installing The Processor

    Processor 11.2.5 Installing the processor Figure 133: 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 221 Processor Figure 134: 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...
  • Page 222 Processor Figure 135: 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...
  • Page 223 Processor Figure 136: Latching the socket lever Ê Latch the socket lever under the load plate tab. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 224: Applying Thermal Paste

    Processor 11.2.6 Applying thermal paste For the Japanese market, the service engineer must follow the instruction provided separately. 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.
  • Page 225 Processor Figure 138: Applying thermal paste Ê Apply a small point-shaped amount 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...
  • Page 226: Installing The Processor Heat Sink

    Processor 11.2.7 Installing the processor heat sink There are two types of heat sinks. Heat sink type A Figure 139: Processor heat sink type A V26898-B976-V1 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 227 Processor Heat sink type B Figure 140: Processor heat sink type B V26898-B963-V300 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 228: Installing The Processor Heat Sink Type A

    Processor 11.2.7.1 Installing the processor heat sink type A Figure 141: Installing the heat sink type A (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 229 Processor Figure 142: Installing the heat sink type A (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 230: Installing The Processor Heat Sink Type B

    Processor 11.2.7.2 Installing the processor heat sink type B Figure 143: Installing the processor heat sink type B (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 231 Processor Figure 144: Installing the processor heat sink type B (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 232: 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 233: 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 234 Processor Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 235: 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 236: Basic Information

    Accessible drives 12.1 Basic information Mounting order for accessible drives PRIMERGY TX100 S3 server offers two 5.25-inch accessible drive bays for optical disk drives and backup drives: Figure 145: Accessible drives mounting order Sequence Accessible drive Max. # Optical disk drive...
  • Page 237: 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 238: Removing The Accessible Drive Dummy Cover Of Bay 2

    Accessible drives 12.2.3 Removing the accessible drive dummy cover of bay 2 If bay 2 will be equipped, it is necessary to break out the cover of bay 2 in the front cover and to remove EMI spring in bay 2. Some chassis do not have any more the EMI spring installed in bay 2.
  • Page 239 Accessible drives Figure 147: Removing the dummy cover of bay 2 Ê If applicable, grip the EMI spring in the holes and push it a little to the right side (1). Ê Remove the EMI spring frontward (2). CAUTION! Save the EMI spring for future use. Always replace the EMI spring into the unused drive bays to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements.
  • Page 240: 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 148: Removing the fixation plate from the chassis Ê...
  • Page 241 Accessible drives Figure 149: 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 150: Attaching the fixation plate to the optical disk drive (B) Ê...
  • Page 242: Installing The Optical Disk Drive

    Accessible drives 12.2.4.2 Installing the optical disk drive Figure 151: 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...
  • Page 243 Accessible drives Figure 152: Connecting cables to the optical disk drive Ê Connect cables to the optical disk drive. Power cable connector P8 (see figure 227 on page 329) SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 244 Accessible drives Figure 153: 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...
  • Page 245: Installing A Slimline Optical Disk Drive (Odd)

    Accessible drives 12.2.5 Installing a slimline optical disk drive (ODD) 12.2.5.1 Mounting the slimline drive in the slide-in unit Figure 154: Slide-in unit for slimline ODD drive Figure 155: Mounting the slimline ODD in the slide-in unit (A) Ê Insert the slimline ODD on the top. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 246: Preparing The Slide-In Unit

    Accessible drives Ê Fasten it with one M2 x 2.5 mm screw (C26192-Y10-C62) to the slide-in unit on the right side. Figure 156: Mounting the slimline ODD in the slide-in unit (B) Ê Fasten it with two M2 x 2.5 mm screws to the slide-in unit on the left side. 12.2.5.2 Preparing the slide-in unit There are two fixation plates for accessible drives.
  • Page 247 Accessible drives Figure 157: Removing the fixation plate from the chassis Ê Pull the green handle outward (1). Ê Lift up the fixation plate and take it out (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 248 Accessible drives Figure 158: Attaching the fixation plate to the slide-in unit Ê Align the four pins on the fixation plate with the screw holes on the left side of the slide-in unit and attach it. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 249: Installing The Slide-In Unit

    Accessible drives 12.2.5.3 Installing the slide-in unit Figure 159: Installing the slide-in unit Ê Insert the slide-in unit into its installation bay and carefully push in until it locks in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 250 Accessible drives Figure 160: Connecting cables to the slimline optical disk drive Ê Connect cables to the optical disk drive. Power adapter cable (T26139-Y3990-V201) to the power cable connector P8 (see figure 227 on page 329) and the slimline drive SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 251 Accessible drives Figure 161: Routing slimline 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...
  • Page 252: Installing A Backup Drive

    Accessible drives 12.2.6 Installing a backup drive Notes on RDX drive USB cabling: – A USB 2.0 RDX drive may be replaced by a USB 3.0 RDX drive with previous cabling. – A USB 3.0 RDX drive may be connected to a USB 2.0 cable with limited performance.
  • Page 253 Accessible drives Ê Lift up the fixation plate and take it out (2). Figure 163: 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.
  • Page 254: Installing The Backup Drive

    Accessible drives 12.2.6.2 Installing the backup drive Figure 165: 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...
  • Page 255 Accessible drives Figure 166: Connecting USB 2.0 cable to the backup drive Ê Connect the USB 2.0 cable to the backup drive. Figure 167: Connecting USB 2.0 cable to system board Ê Connect the USB 2.0 cable to connector USB DAT on the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 256: Concluding Steps

    Accessible drives Figure 168: Connecting power cable to the backup drive Ê Connect the power adapter cable to the power cable connector P7 (1). See figure 227 on page 329. Ê Connect the free end of the power adapter cable to the backup drive (2). 12.2.7 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 257: 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 258: Removing An Optical Disk Drive (Odd)

    Accessible drives 12.3.3 Removing an optical disk drive (ODD) Figure 169: Connecting cables to the optical disk drive Ê Disconnect all cables from the optical disk drive (see figure 227 on page 329). Power cable connector P8 SATA cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 259 Accessible drives Figure 170: Removing the optical disk drive Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and press out the optical disk drive from behind (2). Ê Remove the optical disk drive out of its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 260: Removing A Slimline Optical Disk Drive (Odd)

    Accessible drives 12.3.4 Removing a slimline optical disk drive (ODD) Figure 171: Disconnecting cables to the slimline drive Ê Disconnect all cables from the slimline optical disk drive. Power adapter cable (T26139-Y3990-V201) from the power cable connector P8 (see figure 227 on page 329) and the slimline drive.
  • Page 261 Accessible drives Figure 172: Removing the slide-in unit Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and press out the slide-in unit from behind (2). Ê Pull the slide-in unit out of its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 262: Removing A Backup Drive

    Accessible drives 12.3.5 Removing a backup drive Figure 173: 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...
  • Page 263 Accessible drives Figure 174: Removing the backup drive Ê Press the locking latch in the direction of the arrow (1) and press out the backup drive from behind (2). Ê Remove the backup drive out of its bay. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 264: Installing Accessible Drive Dummy Cover

    Accessible drives 12.3.6 Installing 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. 12.3.6.1 Installing the dummy cover in bay 2 Figure 175: Installing the dummy cover in bay 2 Ê...
  • Page 265: Installing The Cover In Bay 2

    Accessible drives 12.3.6.2 Installing the cover in bay 2 Figure 176: Installing the cover of bay 2 Ê Insert the cover in bay 2 and carefully push in until it locks in place. 12.3.7 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 266: 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 267: 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 258. Figure 177: Removing the fixation plate Ê Remove the fixation plate from of the left side of the optical disk drive. Figure 178: Attaching the fixation plate to the optical disk drive Ê...
  • Page 268: Replacing A Slimline Optical Disk Drive (Odd)

    Accessible drives 12.4.4 Replacing a slimline optical disk drive (ODD) Ê Remove the slide-in unit as described in section "Removing a slimline optical disk drive (ODD)" on page 260. Figure 179: Removing the fixation plate from the slide-in unit Ê Remove the fixation plate from the left side of the slide-in unit. Figure 180: Removing the slimline ODD from the slide-in unit (A) Ê...
  • Page 269 Accessible drives Figure 181: Removing the slimline ODD from the slide-in unit (B) Ê Remove the M2 x 2.5 mm screw (C26192-Y10-C62) from the right side of the slide-in unit. Ê Remove the slimline ODD drive from the slide-in unit. Ê...
  • Page 270: Replacing A Backup Drive

    Accessible drives 12.4.5 Replacing a backup drive Ê Remove the defective backup drive as described in section "Removing a backup drive" on page 262. Figure 182: Removing the fixation plate Ê Remove the fixation plate from of the left side of the backup drive. Figure 183: Attaching the fixation plate to the backup drive Ê...
  • Page 271: Concluding Steps

    Accessible drives 12.4.6 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 272 Accessible drives Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 273: 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 274: Preliminary Steps

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the front panel cable, perform the following steps: Ê Disable BitLocker functionality as described in section "Disabling BitLocker functionality" on page Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server"...
  • Page 275: Removing The On/Off Button

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.3 Removing the On/Off button Figure 184: Removing the On/Off button Ê Press the two retaining clips together and push the On/Off button backwards in the chassis. Note the orientation of the On/Off button. If it is installed in the other direction, it does not work properly.
  • Page 276: Removing The Front Panel Cable

    Front panel and external connectors Figure 186: On/Off button and LED removed 13.1.5 Removing the front panel cable Figure 187: 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).
  • Page 277: Installing The Front Panel Cable

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.6 Installing the front panel cable Figure 188: 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...
  • Page 278: Installing The On/Off Button And The Hdd Activity Led

    Front panel and external connectors 13.1.7 Installing the On/Off button and the HDD activity Figure 189: Installing the On/Off button Ê Insert the On/Off button in the direction shown until it snaps in place (1). Take care of the orientation of the On/Off button. If it is installed in the other direction, it does not work properly.
  • Page 279: 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 280: 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 281: Disconnecting The Front Usb Cable

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.3 Disconnecting the front USB cable Figure 191: Disconnecting the USB front cable Ê Disconnect the front USB cable from the front USB module. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 282: Removing The Defective Front Usb Module

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.4 Removing the defective front USB module Figure 192: Removing the front USB module Ê Remove the four screws of the front USB module (see circles). Ê Remove the front USB module. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 283: Removing The Defective Front Usb Board

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.5 Removing the defective front USB board Figure 193: Removing the front USB board from the carrier (A) Ê Remove the two screws from the front USB board (see circles). Figure 194: Removing the front USB board from the carrier (B) Ê...
  • Page 284: Installing The New Front Usb Board

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.6 Installing the new front USB board Figure 195: Installing the gasket in the carrier Ê If applicable, insert the gasket in the carrier. Take care that the gasket fits with the recesses of the carrier. Figure 196: Gasket installed in the carrier Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 285 Front panel and external connectors Figure 197: Installing the front USB board into the carrier (A) Ê Push the new front USB board in the carrier. Figure 198: 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...
  • Page 286: Installing The New Front Usb Module

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.7 Installing the new front USB module Figure 199: Installing the front USB module Ê Place the new front USB module in the direction shown and secure it with four screws (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 287: Installing The Front Usb Cable

    Front panel and external connectors 13.2.8 Installing the front USB cable Figure 200: 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 288 Front panel and external connectors Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 289: 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 290: Required Tools

    For further safety information, please refer to section "Environmental ● protection" in the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Operating Manual. Ensure to insert the CMOS battery the with the positive pole ● facing up! 14.1.1 Required tools...
  • Page 291: Replacing The Defective Cmos Battery

    System board and components 14.1.3 Replacing the defective CMOS battery Figure 201: 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 292: 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 293: Trusted Platform Module (Tpm)

    System board and components 14.2 Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 14.2.1 Installing the TPM Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 14.2.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Installing the TPM: ●...
  • Page 294: Installing The Tpm

    System board and components 14.2.1.3 Installing the TPM Figure 202: TPM installation kit TPM (Trusted Platform Module) Special screw for TPM TPM spacer TPM bit insert for TPM special screw The black TPM spacer is not used in this server. Figure 203: TPM mounting location Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 295 System board and components Figure 204: Installing the TPM spacer Ê Snap the TPM spacer into the cut-out in the system board. Figure 205: TPM bit insert Ê Attach the TPM bit insert or TPM module fixing tool (Japanese market) to a bit screw driver.
  • Page 296: Concluding Steps

    System board and components Figure 206: Installing the TPM Ê Connect the TPM to the system board (1). Ê Fasten the TPM with the special screw for the TPM using the TPM bit insert or TPM module fixing tool (Japanese market) (2). CAUTION! Do not fasten the screw too firmly.
  • Page 297: Removing The Tpm

    For detailed information on how to access the BIOS and modify settings, refer to the "System Board D3009 BIOS Setup Utility" reference manual available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com (EMEA market) or http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/manual/ (Japanese market) or from the ServerView Suite DVD 2 supplied with your PRIMERGY server.
  • Page 298: Required Tools

    For further information on how to disable BitLocker drive encryption, please refer to the Microsoft Knowledge Base. Fujitsu service partners will find additional information (also available in Japanese) on the Fujitsu Extranet web pages. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 299: Removing The Tpm

    For detailed information on how to access the BIOS and modify settings, refer to the "System Board D3009 BIOS Setup Utility" reference manual available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com (EMEA market) or http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/manual/ (Japanese market) or from the ServerView Suite DVD 2 supplied with your PRIMERGY server.
  • Page 300 System board and components Figure 207: Removing the TPM Ê Locate the slotted lower end of the TPM screw (1). Ê Carefully loosen the TPM screw using a thin slotted screw driver (e.g. watchmaker's screw driver) or the dedicated TPM screw driver (Japanese market) (2).
  • Page 301: Concluding Steps

    System board and components Figure 208: Removing the TPM spacer Ê Using a small pair of combination pliers, press together the hooks on the TPM spacer and remove it from the system board. If the TPM is to be replaced, the TPM spacer may remain on the system board.
  • Page 302: Replacing The Tpm

    System board and components 14.2.3 Replacing the TPM Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average task duration: 40 minutes CAUTION! Advise your contact persons that they must provide you with TPM backup copies. For security reasons, the TPM must be restored/re- saved by the customer. After installing a new system board, the TPM must be enabled.
  • Page 303: Preliminary Steps

    System board and components 14.2.3.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the TPM, perform the following steps: Ê Disable BitLocker functionality as described in section "Disabling BitLocker functionality" on page Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server" on page Ê...
  • Page 304: Replacing The System Board

    System board and components 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 If BitLocker functionality is used and has been disabled before starting the maintenance task, re-enable BitLocker as described in section "Enabling BitLocker functionality"...
  • Page 305: Required Tools

    System board and components The TPM is activated in the system BIOS. CAUTION! – Before replacing the system board, ask the customer whether TPM functionality is used. – If the customer is using TPM functionality, remove the TPM from the old system board and install it on the new system board.
  • Page 306: Preliminary Steps

    System board and components 14.3.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the system board, perform the following steps: Ê If applicable, backup the BIOS settings manually. Ê Disable BitLocker functionality as described in section "Disabling BitLocker functionality" on page Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server"...
  • Page 307 System board and components – Expansion cards: refer to section "Removing expansion cards" on page 156 Ensure to take note of the controllers’ mounting positions and cable connections for reassembly. Figure 209: Detaching the system board (A) Ê Remove eight screws from the system board (see circles). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 308 System board and components Figure 210: 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 309 System board and components Figure 211: 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. Ê If applicable, remove the TPM as described in section "Removing the TPM"...
  • Page 310: Installing The System Board

    System board and components 14.3.4 Installing the system board 14.3.4.1 Mounting the system board Figure 212: 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 311 System board and components Figure 213: 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 312 System board and components Figure 214: 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...
  • Page 313: Swapping The Processor

    System board and components 14.3.4.2 Swapping the processor Figure 215: 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...
  • Page 314 System board and components Figure 216: 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...
  • Page 315 System board and components Figure 217: 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 316 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 217. Ê Install the processor on the new system board as described in section "Installing the processor"...
  • Page 317 System board and components Figure 219: 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 318: Concluding Steps

    System board and components Figure 220: Installing the protective socket cover (defective system board) (C) Ê Latch the socket lever under the load plate tab. 14.3.5 Concluding steps Ê Reconnect all cables to the system board. For a complete cabling overview, please refer to section "Cabling overview"...
  • Page 319 Ê If applicable, activate TPM functionality in the system BIOS under Security > TPM (Security Chip) Setting > Security Chip. For more information, refer to the "D3009 BIOS Setup Utility for PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Reference Manual". Ê Inform the customer about changed WWN and MAC addresses. For further information, refer to section "Looking up changed MAC / WWN addresses"...
  • Page 320 System board and components Ê Enter the required system information using the ChassisId_Prom Tool as described in section "Using the Chassis ID Prom Tool" on page Ê If applicable, restore LAN teaming configurations as described in section "After replacing the system board" on page Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 321: 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 322: Cabling Overview

    Cabling 15.1 Cabling overview No. Name Cable number Routing On/Off switch and HDD from On/Off button and HDD T26139-Y4001-V211 access LED cable access LED to system board SATA power 5HDD cable T26139-Y4012-V101 from all drives to system board Front USB cable T26139-Y4018-V2 from front USB to system board from optical disk drive to system...
  • Page 323: Cable Plans

    Cabling 15.1.1 Cable plans Power cabling Front panel On/off + HDD access Front USB Slimline drive (top) 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...
  • Page 324 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 SATA5 SATA1 HDD 2 USB FRONT SATA4 SATA6 SATA2 FAN1 SYS Figure 222: SATA cabling (4 HDDs) and Front USB cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 325 Cabling SAS RAID controller cabling SATA HDD 4 HDD 3 iBBU either iBBU or FBU installed HDD 1 SATA3 SATA5 SATA1 SAS RAID controller HDD 2 USB FRONT SATA4 SATA2 SATA6 FAN1 SYS Figure 223: SAS RAID controller cabling (4 HDDs, iBBU) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 326 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 224: USB tape device cabling with USB 2.0 cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 327 Cabling Front panel On/off + HDD access SATA Front USB Optical drive (top) USB 3.0 DAT/RDX drive (bottom) SATA3 SATA1 SATA5 USB 3.0 interface card FAN1 SYS Figure 225: USB 3.0 RDX drive cabling with USB 3.0 cable Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 328: Fan Cabling

    Cabling Fan cabling SATA SATA3 SATA5 SATA1 USB FRONT SATA4 SATA2 SATA6 FAN1 SYS Front fan Figure 226: Fan cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 329: Replacing The Power Cable

    Cabling 15.2 Replacing the power cable Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average task duration: 10 minutes Figure 227: Power cable T26139-Y4012-V101 Connector Used for POWER SATA on the system board HDD 4 HDD 3 HDD 1 HDD 2 not used optical drive (top) optical drive (bottom) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 330: Required Tools

    Cabling 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 Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server" on page Ê...
  • Page 331 Cabling 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). Ê Connect the new power cable on the SATA POWER connector on the system board (3). Figure 229: Disconnecting/connecting power cable on the optical disk drive Ê...
  • Page 332 Cabling Figure 230: Disconnecting/connecting the power cable on the backup drive Ê Disconnect the defective power cable connector P7 from the power adapter cable. See figure 227 on page 329. It is not necessary to remove the power adapter cable from the backup drive.
  • Page 333 Cabling Figure 231: Disconnecting/reconnecting power cables on the HDDs Ê Disconnect the SATA power cable from the HDDs (see figure 227 on page 329). P4 is used for HDD 1, P5 is used for HDD 2, P3 is used for HDD 3, P2 is used for HDD 4 Ê...
  • Page 334: Concluding Steps

    Cabling 15.2.4 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 335: Disconnecting/Connecting The Front Usb Cable

    Cabling 15.3.3 Disconnecting/connecting the front USB cable Figure 232: Replacing the front USB cable Ê Open the cable clamp (1). Ê Open the retaining bracket (2). Ê Disconnect the defective front USB cable from the front USB module (3). Ê Disconnect the defective front USB cable from system board connector USB FRONT (4).
  • Page 336: Concluding Steps

    Cabling Make sure that the connector of the USB front cable is properly aligned with the connector on the system board. Ê Route the cable as shown and fasten it with the cable clamp (1) and the retaining bracket (2). 15.3.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures to complete the task: Ê...
  • Page 337: Appendix

    Appendix 16.1 Mechanical overview 16.1.1 Server front Figure 234: PRIMERGY TX100 S3 front Pos. Component Optical disk drive Slot for Backup drive On/Off button Front USB connectors Upgrade and Maintenance Manual TX100 S3...
  • Page 338: Server Rear

    Appendix 16.1.2 Server rear Figure 235: PRIMERGY TX100 S3 rear Pos. Component Standard power supply unit or 0-Watt device (photo shows 0-Watt device) Serial connector VGA video connector USB connectors (x 6) Optional expansion cards Standard LAN connectors Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 339: Server Interior

    Appendix 16.1.3 Server interior Figure 236: PRIMERGY TX100 S3 server interior Pos. Component Expansion card slots Processor / CPU heat sink / CPU fan HDD 2 TPM board (if installed) CMOS battery (not visible, located under the system fan 2)
  • Page 340: Configuration Tables

    Appendix Pos. Component System fan 2 (fan 2 on the SEL) Accessible drive bays Memory modules Standard power supply unit or 0-Watt device (photo shows 0-Watt device) System board D3009 16.2 Configuration tables 16.2.1 Hard disk drives mounting order Please refer to chapter "Hard disk drives"...
  • Page 341: 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 342 Appendix No. 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 HDD ACTIVITY Connector for HDD activity LED FAN2 SYS Connector for system fan 2 SATA 1-6 SATA 1-6 connector USB DAT...
  • Page 343: 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 238: Jumper Setting Description Default Password skip disabled and recovery BIOS disabled. PWD Skip Password skip enabled.
  • Page 344: I/O Panel Connectors

    Appendix 16.3.1.3 I/O panel connectors Figure 239: 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 345: I/O Panel Indicators

    Appendix 16.3.1.4 I/O panel indicators Figure 240: 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 346: 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 241: Front panel connectors and indicators Pos. Component On/Off button / Power-on indicator HDD activity indicator Front USB connectors (x2) Status indicators Indicator Status Description HDD activity green...
  • Page 347: Minimum Startup Configuration

    Appendix Buttons Button Function This button is used to switch the server on or off. If the system is running an ACPI-compliant operating On / Off button system, pressing the On / Off button will performs a graceful shutdown. 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...
  • Page 348 Appendix Cable Notes and reference see section "Installing the front panel cable" on Front panel cable page 277 see section "Replacing the power cable" on Power cable page 329 Table 9: Minimum startup configuration - cables Ê Shut down the server as described in section "Shutting down the server"...