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System Installation Guide
D Class and R Class
HP 9000 Enterprise Servers
Part No. A3262-90057
Edition 5
October 1998
E1098
Printed in: USA

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    System Installation Guide D Class and R Class HP 9000 Enterprise Servers Part No. A3262-90057 Edition 5 October 1998 E1098 Printed in: USA...

  • Page 2: Legal Notices

    Legal Notices The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this manual, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be held liable for errors contained herein or direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

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    You can reach us through e-mail at: hardwaredocs@cup.hp.com or by sending your letter to: Documentation Manager, M/S 5657, Hewlett-Packard Company, 8000 Foothills Blvd., Roseville, CA 95747-6588 USA. Please include the following information in your message: •...

  • Page 4: Who Should Use This Guide

    Who Should Use this Guide The procedures in this guide are intended to be performed by a person who is qualified in the installation and servicing of computer equipment, and is trained to recognize the hazards involved. Internal add-on options cards are installed in an area of the product where energy levels which are considered hazardous may be produced.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    10. Contacting Hewlett-Packard ........

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    D Class System Installation How to install the basic HP 9000 D Class Enterprise server and its associated components, such as the console and keyboard. 1- 1...

  • Page 8: Overview Of System Installation

    The installation procedures start with “1. Install Internal Add-on Options”. Refer to the picture on the next page when connecting cables to rear panel connectors. WARNING The HP 9000 D Class Enterprise Server weighs about 49.5 kg (110 lbs). You must use two people to lift the D Class server cabinet.

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    D Class System Installation Overview of System Installation CAUTION To avoid damage to the front panel of the server, DO NOT use any part of the front panel as a handle to lift or move the D Class server cabinet. When moving or lifting the server cabinet, be sure that the front panel peripheral door is locked.

  • Page 10: Install Internal Add-on Options

    D Class System Installation 1. Install Internal Add-on Options 1. Install Internal Add-on Options D Class servers are configured at the factory to include most I/O cards and internal peripherals. If you have any internal add-on options, install them now according to the instructions shipped with the option.

  • Page 11: Connect The Console Or Graphics Monitor

    D Class System Installation 2. Connect the Console or Graphics Monitor 2. Connect the Console or Graphics Monitor 1. Console/ If you have an ASCII console (such as the HP 700/96) connect it to the server rear Keyboard panel connector labeled Serial 1/ Console. Connect the keyboard to the keyboard connector at the rear of the console.

  • Page 12: Connect The Scsi, Network, And Parallel Cables

    D Class System Installation 3. Connect the SCSI, Network, and Parallel Cables 3. Connect the SCSI, Network, and Parallel Cables 1. Connect your SCSI device cable to the connector labeled SCSI (Single-Ended) on the server rear panel. If no SCSI cable is to be attached to the server, place or leave the SCSI terminator (supplied with your server) on the SCSI (Single- Ended) connector.

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    D Class System Installation 4. Connect Remote Management Card and Serial Data Cable for the Optional UPS 4. Connect Remote Management Card and Serial Data Cable for the Optional UPS The Remote Management card (also called the Access Port or AP card) is optional on Model D2xx servers, and standard on Model D3xx servers.

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    D Class System Installation 4. Connect Remote Management Card and Serial Data Cable for the Optional UPS Model D3xx 1. Connect your Line Access Module (LAM), for connecting to the phone line, to the Modem/LAM connector on the Remote Management (Access Port) card. 2.

  • Page 15: Set The Input Voltage Selector

    D Class System Installation 5. Set the Input Voltage Selector 5. Set the Input Voltage Selector CAUTION To avoid damage to your server, be sure to set the input voltage selector switch to a setting within the voltage range of the power source you intend to use. Always check the switch setting before connecting the power cord.

  • Page 16: Connect The System Power Cords

    D Class System Installation 6. Connect the System Power Cords 6. Connect the System Power Cords How you connect the system power cords depends on whether your server configuration includes the optional Uninterruptible Power System (UPS). Be sure to connect power correctly for your system, as shown below. WARNING Be sure the server cabinet is closed and secured before connecting power cord.

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    D Class System Installation 6. Connect the System Power Cords 1- 11...

  • Page 18: Turn On Power To The System

    D Class System Installation 7. Turn On Power to the System 7. Turn On Power to the System 1. If you have the optional UPS, set the Power switch on the front panel of the UPS to the ON position. The green AC Output light should be on. If any of the other UPS front panel lights are on, refer to the UPS manual for appropriate action.

  • Page 19: Prepare For Network Connections

    D Class System Installation 8. Prepare for Network Connections 8. Prepare for Network Connections To use your D Class server on a network, you will need the following information: • LAN station address (see system label) • System name (or hostname) •...

  • Page 20: Prepare For Terminal Connections

    D Class System Installation 9. Prepare for Terminal Connections 9. Prepare for Terminal Connections Configure your D Class server for terminal connections using the System Administration Manager (SAM) program. To use SAM, refer to the following manuals that were shipped with your system: •...

  • Page 21: Contacting Hewlett-packard, Reference Documents

    Reference Documents Refer to the following documents for additional information on using your HP 9000 D Class server: 1. Installation guide that shipped with your console or graphics monitor - Explains how to connect cables, operate, and place your console or monitor.

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    D Class System Installation 10. Contacting Hewlett-Packard 1-16...

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    R Class System Installation How to install the basic HP 9000 R Class Enterprise server and its associated components, such as the console and keyboard. 2- 1...

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    R Class System Installation Overview of System Installation Overview of System Installation Installation of a basic system consists of the following procedures: 1. If the server is not already integrated in a cabinet: a. Install the rack kit into a cabinet b.

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    WARNING The HP 9000 R Class Enterprise Server weighs about 38 kg (82 lbs). You must use two people to lift the R Class server into the cabinet. R Class servers are provided with a handle, located behind the removeable front bezel, to assist with lifting.

  • Page 26: Install The Rack Kit And Server Into The Cabinet

    R Class System Installation 1. Install the Rack Kit and Server Into the Cabinet 1A. Install the Rack Kit 1. Decide where in the cabinet the new computer equipment is to be installed. R Class servers should be installed in the cabinet’s topmost available 6 EIA units On C2785A, C2786A, and C2787A cabinets, each EIA unit is marked by a triangular hole.

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    R Class System Installation 1. Install the Rack Kit and Server Into the Cabinet 6. Make sure the sheet metal nuts are aligned with the mounting holes in the rail. 7. Insert the M5x30mm mounting screws through the mounting holes on each rail, (through the spacers, if used), into the sheet metal nuts, and tighten.

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    R Class System Installation 1. Install the Rack Kit and Server Into the Cabinet 10. Install the retaining screws (one for each clamp) into the mounting holes using the TORX screwdriver.

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    R Class System Installation 1. Install the Rack Kit and Server Into the Cabinet 1B. Mount the System Into the Cabinet Using two people, lift the server up and onto the rails in the cabinet. Slide the server toward the rear of the cabinet until the sheet metal extensions on the face of the server rest flush against the columns of the cabinet.

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    R Class System Installation 1. Install the Rack Kit and Server Into the Cabinet Attach the LCD and power switch bezel to the face of the server, then attach the front panel bezel. CAUTION Until the LCD and power switch bezel is attached, the area surrounding the LCD is ESD sensitive.

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    R Class System Installation 2. Install Internal Add-on Options 2. Install Internal Add-on Options WARNING The HP 9000 R Class Enterprise Server weighs about 38 kg (82 lbs). You must use two people to lift the R Class server cabinet. REAR PANEL CONNECTORS 1.

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    R Class System Installation 2. Install Internal Add-on Options WARNING DO NOT CONNECT SYSTEM POWER CORD AT THIS TIME. If you open the system cabinet when power is connected, you will be exposed to high-energy (high-amperage) circuits and possible ejection of molten metal. Be sure to remove all rings, watches, and other jewelry from fingers, wrists, and arms before opening the system cabinet.

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    R Class System Installation 3. Connect the Console, Web Console, or Graphics Monitor 3. Connect the Console, Web Console, or Graphics Monitor 1. Console/ If you have an ASCII console (such as the HP 700/96) connect it to the server rear Keyboard panel connector labeled Serial 1/ Console.

  • Page 34: Connect The Console, Web Console, Or Graphics Monitor

    R Class System Installation 3. Connect the Console, Web Console, or Graphics Monitor 2. Remove the adhesive backing and attach the Velcro to the Remote Web Console in the areas shown: 3. Align the Velcro strips on the Remote Web Console with the strips on the inside of the server chassis and press together.

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    R Class System Installation 3. Connect the Console, Web Console, or Graphics Monitor IMPORTANT POWER ADAPTORS FOR THE REMOTE WEB CONSOLE: The Remote Web Console, used with an R-Class server in either a racked or stand- alone configuration, receives power from a special power adaptor included with your shipment.

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    R Class System Installation 3. Connect the Console, Web Console, or Graphics Monitor 3. Graphics If you have a graphics monitor, connect it to the graphics I/O card at the rear of the Monitor, system cabinet. Connect the keyboard and mouse to the connectors labeled with Keyboard, Mouse keyboard and mouse symbols at the rear of the cabinet.

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    R Class System Installation 4. Connect the SCSI, Network, and Parallel Cables 4. Connect the SCSI, Network, and Parallel Cables 1. Connect your SCSI device cable to the connector labeled SCSI (Single-Ended) on the server rear panel. If no SCSI cable is to be attached to the server, place or leave the SCSI terminator (supplied with your server) on the SCSI (Single- Ended) connector.

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    R Class System Installation 5. Connect Remote Management Card and Serial Data Cable for the Optional UPS 5. Connect Remote Management Card and Serial Data Cable for the Optional UPS R Class Servers The Remote Management card (also called the Access Port or AP card) is optional on R Class servers.

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    R Class System Installation 6. Connect the System Power Cords 6. Connect the System Power Cords How you connect the system power cords depends on whether your server configuration includes the optional Uninterruptible Power System (UPS). Be sure to connect power correctly for your system, as shown below. WARNING Be sure the server cabinet is closed and secured before connecting power cord.

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    R Class System Installation 6. Connect the System Power Cords sockets along the top of the UPS rear panel. Finally, connect your AC power source to the input socket of the UPS. 2-18...

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    R Class System Installation 7. Turn On Power to the System 7. Turn On Power to the System 1. If you have the optional UPS, set the Power switch on the front panel of the UPS to the ON position. The green AC Output light should be on. If any of the other UPS front panel lights are on, refer to the UPS manual for appropriate action.

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    R Class System Installation 8. Prepare for Network Connections 8. Prepare for Network Connections To use your R Class server on a network, you will need the following information: • LAN station address (see system label) • System name (or hostname) •...

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    R Class System Installation 9. Prepare for Terminal Connections 9. Prepare for Terminal Connections Configure your R Class server for terminal connections using the System Administration Manager (SAM) program. To use SAM, refer to the following manuals that were shipped with your system: •...

  • Page 44: Reference Documents, Contacting Hewlett-packard

    Reference Documents Refer to the following documents for additional information on using your HP 9000 R Class server: 1. Installation guide that shipped with your console or graphics monitor - Explains how to connect cables, operate, and place your console or monitor.

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