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hp rp7405/7410 Servers
Third Edition
Manufacturing Part Number: A6752-96008
21102
USA
© Copyright 2002

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    User Guide hp rp7405/7410 Servers Third Edition Manufacturing Part Number: A6752-96008 21102 © Copyright 2002...

  • 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.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Booting HP-UX using Boot Console Handler (BCH) ........

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    Contents Replacing the Top Cover............. 62 Removing and Replacing a Disk Drive .

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    Acoustic Noise Specification............98 Air Flow .

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    Contents...

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    Table A-1. hp rp7405/rp7410 Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) List ......90 Table B-1. hp rp7405/rp7410 Server Dimensions and Weights ......94 Table B-2.

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    Tables viii...

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    Figure 1-2. hp rp7405/rp7410 Server (without front bezel) ....... . .

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    Figures Figure 4-2. Top Cover Retaining Screws ..........62 Figure 4-3.

  • Page 11

    Preface...

  • Page 12: Table 1 Revisions

    Revision History Table 1 Revisions Revision Part Number Third A6752-96008 Second A6752-96002 First A6752-91001 viii Release Date November 2002 Corrected power cord and power reqirements section. Corrected DIMM oading order. Other general corrections. August 2002 Changed title, revised entire book February 2002 Initial release Description...

  • Page 13: Notational Conventions

    Notational Conventions WARNING Warnings highlight procedures or information necessary to avoid injury to personnel. The warning should tell the reader exactly what will result from what actions and how to avoid them. CAUTION A caution highlights procedures or information necessary to avoid damage to equipment, damage to software, loss of data, or invalid test results.

  • Page 14: Safety And Regulatory

    Safety and Regulatory Regulatory Model: RSVLA-0102 For your protection, this product has been tested to various national and international regulations and standards. The scope of this regulatory testing includes electrical/mechanical safety, radio frequency interference, acoustics, and know hazardous materials.Where applicable, approvals obtained from third-party test agencies are shown on the product label.

  • Page 15: Figure 1 Declaration Of Conformity

    Figure 1 Declaration of Conformity...

  • Page 16: Figure 2 Japanese Rfi

    USA Radio Frequency Interference FCC Notice The Federal Communications Commission (in 47 CFR Part 15 subpart B) has specified that the following notice be brought to the attention of the users of this product. NOTE This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 17: Figure 3 Korean Rfi

    Korean RFI Statement Certification Number: E - AAAAA - BB - CCCC • E: EMC registration • AAAAA: equipment codes (RRL notice, 2000.10.26) • BB: certification year • CCCC: registration number Figure 3 Korean RFI Translation Class A Equipment: Please note that this equipment has been approved for business purpose with regards to electromagnetic interference, if purchased un error for use in residential area, you may wish to exchange the equipment where you purchase it.

  • Page 18: Figure 4 Taiwan Area Emc

    BSMI (Taiwan Area) This product is fully compliant to CNS 13438 (CISPR 22: 1993) Class A. The EMC label is in the form shown in Figure 4. Figure 4 Taiwan Area EMC Electrical practices and suggestions in this guide are based on North American practices. For NOTE countries outside North America, local electrical codes will take precedence over North American electrical codes.

  • Page 19: Installation Conditions

    Installation Conditions See installation instructions before connecting this equipment to the input supply. Voir la notice d’installation avant de raccorder au réseau. NORDIC Class 1 Equipment WARNING Denmark: Før tilslutning af de øvrige ledere, se medfølgende installationsvejledning. WARNING NORDIC Class 1 Equipment Sweden: Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag, när den ansluts till ett nätverk.

  • Page 20: Figure 5 C-tick Label

    Lithium Battery Caution WARNING Observe the correct polarity when changing the lithium battery. There is a danger of explosion if battery is installed incorrectly. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions and local disposal requirements.

  • Page 21: Laser Safety

    Laser Safety NOTE If a Fibre Channel I/O card is present, the following laser safety statement applies. This product contains a laser internal to the Optical Link Module (OLM) for connection to the Fibre communications port. In the USA, the OLM is certified as a Class 1 laser product conforming to the requirements contained in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) regulation 21 CFR, Subchapter J.

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  • Page 23: Introduction

    Its shallower depth allows it to fit in a standard rack. In addition to the hp rp7410, Hewlett-Packard offers a series of cost-effective servers based on the hp rp7410 with somewhat less performance. See “hp rp7405 Servers” on page 5.

  • Page 24: Hp Rp7405/rp7410 Overview

    Overview hp rp7405/rp7410 Overview The hp rp7405/rp7410 is a 10U, 8-way SMP, rack-mount server that accommodates up to 32 GB of memory (64 GB available at a later date); PCI-4X I/O; and internal peripherals including disks and DVD/tape. Its high availability features include N+1 hot-pluggable fans and power, redundant power cords, and hot-pluggable PCI cards and internal disks.

  • Page 25: Cell Board

    Figure 1-2 hp rp7405/rp7410 Server (without front bezel) Improvements over its predecessor, N4000, include: • Better availability and up time • Depth optimized (shallower, fewer racking issues) • Performance density increase • Performance increase • Internal removable media • More internal disks •...

  • Page 26: System Backplane

    Introduction hp rp7405/rp7410 Overview System Backplane The system backplane comprises the system clock generation logic, the system reset generation logic, DC-to-DC converters, power monitor logic, and two Local Bus adaptor (LBA) link-to-PCI converter ASICs. It also includes connectors for attaching the cell boards, PCI backplane, MP Core I/O MP/SCSI boards, SCSI cables, bulk power, chassis fans, front panel display, intrusion switches, and the system scan card.

  • Page 27: Hp Rp7405 Servers

    These servers may be upgraded with additional processors/cell boards, memory, core I/O, etc. according to the corporate price list. In addition, these servers may be upgraded to fully functional hp rp7410 servers with the kits given in Table 1-2. Table 1-2...

  • Page 28: Detailed Hp Rp7405/rp7410 Description

    Introduction Detailed hp rp7405/rp7410 Description Detailed hp rp7405/rp7410 Description Figure 1-3 hp rp7410 8-Way Block Diagram Chapter 1...

  • Page 29: Cell Board

    PDH and SINC hardware. Each cell board holds up to 16 DIMMs. There can be one or two cell boards installed in an system. The cell boards have hot-plug capability. Figure 1-4 Cell Controller Figure 1-5 Cell Board Chapter 1 Introduction Detailed hp rp7405/rp7410 Description...

  • Page 30: Figure 1-6 Memory Subsystem

    Introduction Detailed hp rp7405/rp7410 Description The hp rp7405/rp7410 has a 48V distributed power system and receives the 48V power from the system backplane board. The cell board contains DC-to-DC converters to generate the required voltage rails. The DC-to-DC converters on the cell board do not provide N+1 redundancy.

  • Page 31: Cells And Npartitions

    An nPartition (also called a Protection Domain) is a cell(s) running the same OS and sharing processes and memory space among the components. Each nPartition must have one root cell and may have both. The hp rp7405/rp7410 has only two possible nPartition configurations: single or dual. The additional cell that may be part of the nPartition does not require I/O links nor MP Core I/O cards.

  • Page 32: Figure 1-7 Internal Disks

    Internal Disk Devices for hp rp7405/rp7410 As Figure 1-4 shows, in an hp rp7405/rp7410 cabinet the top internal disk drives connect to cell 1 through the MP Core I/O for cell 1 (for 1/0/0/3/0.6) and the LAN/SCSI card in slot 1_8 (I/O chassis 1 slot 8, for 1/0/1/0/0/1/1.6).

  • Page 33: System Backplane

    MHz x 64 bits) or PCI-4 Twin Turbo (66 MHz x 64 bits) respectively Chapter 1 System backplane Bulk power supply Introduction Detailed hp rp7405/rp7410 Description PCI backplane Cell board 0 Cell board 1 Cell boards are perpendicular to the system backplane.

  • Page 34: Figure 1-9 I/o Subsystem Architecture

    The remaining 28 ropes are bundled in two rope pairs to 14 LBAs to support 14 slots operating at PCI-4x (528 MB/sec., 64-bit transfers at 66 MHz). The hp rp7405/rp7410 uses Hewlett-Packard’s proprietary adaptive signaling concept, also known as the Universal PCI slot concept (not to be confused with the Universal PCI card). Circuitry on the backplane senses a standard connector, keyed for 5V, to determine the type of the cards inserted.

  • Page 35: Table 1-4 Pci Slot Types

    PCI-2x, Turbo 64-bit, 33 MHz, Adaptive Signaling, 5V connector, Hot Swap Slot. MP/SCSI MP Core I/O Board The hp rp7405/rp7410 accommodates two sets of MP Core I/O functionality. Each MP Core I/O board set consists of a MP/SCSI board and a Procurium LAN/SCSI board. At least one MP/SCSI board is required (independent of partitions) An additional MP/SCSI board can be added as well (and is required in a dual partition system).

  • Page 36: Package Description

    Internal mass storage connections (to disks) are routed on the mass storage backplane, having connectors and termination logic. All disks are hot pluggable. The hp rp7405/rp7410 accommodates one internal removable media device. Therefore, only one power connector for a removable media device is required on the mass storage backplane.

  • Page 37: Figure 1-10 Right-front View Of Hp Rp7405/rp7410

    Figure 1-10 Right-Front View of hp rp7405/rp7410 Front panel display board PCI DC-to-DC converters Bulk powers supplies The PCI I/O card section, located towards the rear, is accessed by removing the top cover. The PCI OLR fan modules are located in front of the PCI cards. These six 9.2 cm fans are housed in plastic carriers.

  • Page 38: Figure 1-11 Left-rear View Of Hp Rp7405/rp7410

    Introduction Detailed hp rp7405/rp7410 Description Cell boards are accessed from the right side of the chassis behind a removable side cover. Figure 1-11 Left-Rear View of hp rp7405/rp7410 System backplane MP Core I/O MP/SCSIs Chapter 1...

  • Page 39: Installation

    Installation Chapter 2...

  • Page 40: Unpacking The Server

    Installation Unpacking the Server Unpacking the Server Hewlett-Packard shipping containers are designed to protect their contents under normal shipping conditions. After the equipment arrives, carefully inspect each carton for signs of shipping damage. A tilt indicator is installed on each carton shipped. The beads in the indicator will roll to the upper position if the container has been tilted to an angle that could cause equipment damage.

  • Page 41: Figure 2-1 Removing The Polystraps And Cardboard

    CAUTION The plastic wrapping material should be cut off rather than pulled off. Pulling the plastic covering off represents an ESD hazard. Figure 2-1 Removing the Polystraps and Cardboard Chapter 2 Installation Unpacking the Server...

  • Page 42: Figure 2-2 Removing The Shipping Bolts And Plastic Cover

    Installation Unpacking the Server Step 5. Remove four bolts holding down the ramps and remove the ramps. See Figure 2-2. Figure 2-2 Removing the Shipping Bolts and Plastic Cover Chapter 2...

  • Page 43: Figure 2-3 Preparing To Roll Off The Pallet

    Step 6. Remove the six bolts from the base attaching the rack to the pallet. See Figure 2-3. Figure 2-3 Preparing to Roll Off the Pallet WARNING Make sure that the leveling feet on the rack are raised before you roll the rack down the ramp and any time you roll the rack on the casters.

  • Page 44: Unpacking A Non-racked Server

    Never extend more than one server from the same cabinet while installing or servicing either an hp rp7405/rp7410 or another server product. Failure to follow these instructions could result in the cabinet tipping over.

  • Page 45: Figure 2-5 Roni Lifter

    Figure 2-5 RONI Lifter Step 1. Follow the instructions on the outside of the server packaging to remove the banding and carton top from the server pallet. Figure 2-6 Server with Shipping Box Removed Step 2. Remove all cartons from the pallet leaving only the server. Chapter 2 Installation Unpacking the Server...

  • Page 46: Figure 2-7 Remove Cushions For Lift Access

    Installation Unpacking the Server Step 3. Observe Figure 2-7. Remove the two foam cushion for lift access. Figure 2-7 Remove Cushions for Lift Access Remove cushion Remove cushion Clearance for RonI lift is 28”x5” Step 4. Insert the lifter forks under the server. Step 5.

  • Page 47: Figure 2-8 Raising A Server Off The Pallet

    Step 7. Roll the lifter and server away from the pallet. Do not raise the server any higher than necessary when moving it over to the rack. Figure 2-9 Lifting the Server to the Rack NOTE If you are installing the system in a rack, refer to the hp J1530A Rack Integration Kit Installation Guide. Chapter 2 Installation...

  • Page 48: Figure 2-10 Positioning The Lift Handles

    Installation Unpacking the Server Unloading with Lift Handle Panels WARNING Use this procedure only if no Hewlett-Packard approved lift is available. This procedure should only be attempted by two (2) authorized Hewlett-Packard service people. Before attempting this procedure, it is recommended that you first remove all Cell Boards and AC power supplies.

  • Page 49: Figure 2-11 Inserting The Pins Into The Rack

    Step 4. With one handle in each hand, install the pin end of the panel into the backside of the front rack mount ears on the chassis. Figure 2-11 Inserting the Pins Into the Rack Step 5. Pull the spring plunger out, move the handles apart and install the shoulder washer end of the panel into the keyway feature.

  • Page 50: Installing Server Into The Rack

    Installing Server Into the Rack Any hp rp7405/rp7410 server that is to be installed into a rack is shipped with equipment slides. With every set of slides comes an installation guide: installation guide, hp J1530A, rack installation kit (lower case intended).

  • Page 51: Installing The Cable Management Arm (cma)

    Once the server is installed in the rack, the CMA must be installed on the rear of the server. Follow the instructions for installing the CMA can be found in the installation guide, hp J1530A, rack installation kit (lower case intended).

  • Page 52: Installing Add-on Products

    Installation Unpacking the Server Step 2. Attach the other end of the CMA to the server using the thumb screws that came with the CMA. Figure 2-16 Attaching CMA to the Server Installing Add-On Products This section explains load orders and dependencies for add-on products. For physical installation procedures, refer to that components replacement procedure in Chapter 4, “Removal and Replacement.”...

  • Page 53: Figure 2-17 Embedded Disks

    Embedded Disks The hp rp7405/rp7410 server can operate in the diskless (LAN boot) mode. If disks are to be installed, the top two disks are driven by the primary MP Core I/O set. Install the first embedded disk in the top left location.

  • Page 54: Table 2-1. Hp Rp7405/rp7410 Dimms

    32 Gbytes The hp rp7405/rp7410 is capable of supporting as little as 2 Gbytes of main memory using four 512 MByte DIMMs and one cell board and as much as 32 Gbytes using all 16 DIMM slots on both cell boards with 1GB DIMMs.

  • Page 55: Figure 2-19 Dimm Loading Sequence

    Installation Unpacking the Server Different densities of main DIMMs can be mixed within a system, but each set of four DIMMs must be identical. A set of DIMMs is defined as the group of four DIMMs that must be loaded together on a cell board. Each cell board has four sets of DIMM slots, and they must be populated in order.

  • Page 56: Connecting Ac Input Power

    Installation Connecting AC Input Power Connecting AC Input Power The hp rp7405/rp7410 has five line cord configurations: • All four line cords • Cords A0 and A1 only • Cords B0 and B1 only • Cords A0 and B0 only •...

  • Page 57: Figure 2-21. Power Source Vs. Power Distribution

    If two separate power sources are available, the two power supplies can be plugged into the separate power sources, increasing system reliability should one power source fail. Figure 2-21 Power Source vs. Power Distribution BPS 0 220 VAC* *180-269 VAC Voltage is present at various locations within the server whenever a power source is WARNING connected.

  • Page 58: Mp Core I/o Connections

    MP Core I/O Connections Each hp rp7405/rp7410 can have up to two MP Core I/O board sets installed. This allows for two partitions to be operating, or allows for MP Core I/O redundancy in a single partition configuration. Each MP Core I/O board set consists of two boards: the MP/SCSI board and the LAN/SCSI board.

  • Page 59: Setting Up The Ce Tool (pc)

    Setting Up the CE Tool (PC) The CE Tool is usually a laptop. It allows communication with the Management Processor (MP) in the hp rp7405/rp7410. The MP monitors the activity of either a one partition or a multiple partition configuration.

  • Page 60: Standby Power And Logging In To The Mp

    The power switch is a DC power switch that controls +48v DC. Before powering up the hp rp7405/rp7410 server for the first time: 1. Verify that the AC voltage at the input source is within specifications for each hp rp7405/rp7410 being installed.

  • Page 61: Figure 2-22 Front Panel Display

    On the front of the hp rp7405/rp7410, a solid green Standby Power, a solid green MP Present, and a flashing amber Attention light will illuminate after about 30 seconds. Figure 2-22 Front Panel Display 2. Check the bulk power supply LED for each BPS.

  • Page 62: Configuring Lan Information For The Mp

    Installation MP Core I/O Connections The MP Main Menu appears: Figure 2-23 MP Main Menu MP login: Admin MP password: (c) Copyright 1995-2001 Hewlett-Packard Co., All Rights Reserved. MP MAIN MENU: CO: Consoles VFP: Virtual Front Panel CM: Command Menu CL: Console Logs SL: Show chassis Logs HE: Help...

  • Page 63: Figure 2-24 The Lc Command Screen

    Enter lc and press the Return key. The following screen appears: Figure 2-24 The lc Command Screen The value in the “IP address” field has been set at the factory. The customer must provide NOTE the actual LAN IP address. 2.

  • Page 64: Verifying Presence Of The Cell Boards

    Installation MP Core I/O Connections 10. A screen similar to the following will appear allowing verification of the settings: Figure 2-25 The ls Command Screen To return to the MP main menu, enter ma. To exit the MP, enter x at the MP main menu. Verifying Presence of the Cell Boards To perform this activity, either connect to the management processor (MP) using a console or connect the CE Tool (laptop) to the RS-232 Local port on the MP.

  • Page 65: Figure 2-26 The Du Command Screen

    The du command displays the MP Bus topology. A screen similar to the following appears: Figure 2-26 The du Command Screen 3. There will be an asterisk (*) in the column marked MP. 4. Verify that there is an asterisk (*) for each of the cells installed in the cabinet, by comparing what is in the Cells column with the cells physically located inside the cabinet.

  • Page 66: Powering On The Hp Rp7405/rp7410 Server

    Installation Powering On the hp rp7405/rp7410 Server Powering On the hp rp7405/rp7410 Server After powering on the Management Processor (MP) (+3.3 V HKP), and checking that the MP detects the presence of the cell boards, power up the server. If using a LAN crossover cable with the laptop, review server activity for each partition configured, as it powers up and boots.

  • Page 67: Selecting A Boot Partition Using The Management Processor

    Selecting a Boot Partition using the Management Processor At this point in the installation process, the hardware is set up, the Management Processor (MP) is connected to the LAN, the AC and DC power have been turned on, and the selftest is completed. Now the configuration can be verified.

  • Page 68: Verifying The System Configuration Using Boot Console Handler (bch)

    Installation Verifying the System Configuration using Boot Console Handler (BCH) Verifying the System Configuration using Boot Console Handler (BCH) From the BCH main menu, type in to go the Information Menu. Use the corresponding command from the menu to verify the type and quantity of processors, memory and I/O cards: •...

  • Page 69: Booting Hp-ux Using Boot Console Handler (bch)

    Booting HP-UX using Boot Console Handler (BCH) If Instant Ignition was ordered, HP-UX will have been installed in the factory at the Primary Path address. If HP-UX is at a path other than the Primary Path, use the pa (path) command (from the Configuration Menu) to set boot path.

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    Installation Booting HP-UX using Boot Console Handler (BCH) Chapter 2...

  • Page 71: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Chapter 3...

  • Page 72: Common Installation Problems

    Log users off the LAN and power down the server. b. Extend the server out of the rack and remove the top cover. Simplify the hp rp7405/rp7410 to the minimum configuration. The minimum configuration consists of the following: •...

  • Page 73: The Server Does Not Power On

    1. Check that a conductive item has not been dropped or left inside the server chassis. 2. Check the connections on all boards. 3. Check the system backplane for bent pins. hp rp7405/rp7410 LED Indicators The server has LEDs that indicate the health of the server. This section defines those LEDs. Front Panel LEDs There are seven LEDs located on the front panel.

  • Page 74: Table 3-2 Bps Leds

    Troubleshooting Common Installation Problems Table 3-1 Front Panel LEDs (Continued) Driven By PDC/SP via Fault PDC/SP via Bulk Power Supply LEDs There is a single three-color LED on each bulk power supply. Table 3-2 BPS LEDs LED Indication Blink Green BPS in standby state and no faults or warnings Green BPS in run state (48 volt output enabled) and no faults or...

  • Page 75: Table 3-4. System, Standby, And I/o Fan Leds

    Table 3-3 PCI Power Supply LEDs (Continued) Driven By Fault Each Supply System, Standby, and I/O Fan LEDs There is a single three-color LED on each System, Standby, and I/O Fan. Table 3-4 System, Standby, and I/O Fan LEDs Driven By Fan Status On Green Flash Yellow...

  • Page 76: Table 3-6 Ol* Leds

    Troubleshooting Common Installation Problems OL* LEDs Table 3-6 OL* LEDs Location Chassis Beside Cell Board Power Cell and On Cell Cell Attention PCI OL* Board PCI Slot Power PCI Slot Attention MP Core I/O PCI Slot Power Panel PCI Slot Attention PCI/Cell LED OL* Table 3-7 OL* LEDs States...

  • Page 77: Table 3-9. Lan/scsi Leds

    Table 3-8 MP Core I/O LEDs (Continued) Management Processor Active Management Processor POST MP LAN 100BT SP LAN Controller MP LAN 10BT SP LAN Controller MP LAN Link OK SP LAN Controller MP LAN Activity SP LAN Controller System SCSI Diffsense System SCSI Controller System SCSI TermPower System SCSI Controller...

  • Page 78

    Troubleshooting Common Installation Problems Chapter 3...

  • Page 79: Removal And Replacement

    Removal and Replacement Chapter 4...

  • Page 80: Shutting Down Npartitions And Powering Off Hardware Components

    Control-b • If an nPartition has booted HP-UX, or if it is in the process of launching HP-UX, you must shut down HP-UX on the nPartition. When HP-UX is running on an nPar, its VFP displays “HP-UX heartbeat” with a blinking asterisk (*) to indicate its interactivity.

  • Page 81: Powering Off Hardware Components

    Step 2. If the component you will power off is assigned to an nPartition, then use the Virtual Front Panel (VFP) to view the current boot state of the nPartition. HP-UX on the nPartition must be shut down before you power off any of the hardware assigned to the nPartition.

  • Page 82

    Removal and Replacement Shutting Down nPartitions and Powering Off Hardware Components Step 9. Use the MP Command menu’s PE command to power on the hardware component that you powered off. Step 10. Use the MP Command menu’s PS command to confirm the status of the newly replaced component. NOTE You may need to allow time for some components to complete power on self tests (POST) before a complete status is available.

  • Page 83: Removing And Replacing The Top Cover

    Removing and Replacing the Top Cover It is necessary to remove and replace one or more of the covers to access the components within the server chassis. Observe all ESD safety precautions before attempting this procedure. Failure to follow ESD CAUTION safety precautions could result in damage to the server.

  • Page 84: Removing The Top Cover

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing the Top Cover Removing the Top Cover Figure 4-2 Top Cover Retaining Screws Step 1. Loosen the retaining screws securing the cover to the rear of the chassis. Step 2. Slide the cover toward the rear of the chassis. Step 3.

  • Page 85: Removing And Replacing A Disk Drive

    Removing and Replacing a Disk Drive The disk drives are located in the front of the chassis. The nPartition must be shutdown to remove or replace the drive that serves as the boot disk. Refer to “Shutting Down nPartitions and Powering Off Hardware Components”...

  • Page 86: Removing A Disk Drive

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a Disk Drive Removing a Disk Drive Figure 4-4 Disk Drive Detail Step 1. Disengage the front locking latch on the disk drive by pushing the release tab to the right and the latch lever to the left. Step 2.

  • Page 87

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a Disk Drive #pvcreate #vgcfgrestore Chapter 4...

  • Page 88: Removing And Replacing A Cd/dvd Drive

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a CD/DVD Drive Removing and Replacing a CD/DVD Drive The CD/DVD is located in the front of the chassis. The system power to this component must be removed before attempting to remove or replace it. Refer to “Shutting Down nPartitions and Powering Off Hardware Components”...

  • Page 89: Removing A Cd/dvd Drive

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a CD/DVD Drive Removing a CD/DVD Drive Figure 4-6 CD/DVD Detail Step 1. To remove the CD/DVD, depress the front locking latch to loosen the drive from the chassis. Step 2. Disengage the cables from the rear of the CD/DVD. Step 3.

  • Page 90: Replacing A Cd/dvd

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a CD/DVD Drive Replacing a CD/DVD Figure 4-7 CD/DVD Detail Step 1. Connect the cables to the rear of the CD/DVD. Step 2. Slide the drive in the chassis. CAUTION Before attempting to install the drive into the chassis, position the data cable over the top of the drive in order to avoid pinching the cable during installation.

  • Page 91: Removing And Replacing A Front Smart Fan Assembly

    Removing and Replacing a Front Smart Fan Assembly The Front Smart Fan Assembly is located in the front of the chassis. The fan assembly is a hot swappable component. Observe all ESD safety precautions before attempting this procedure. Failure to follow ESD CAUTION safety precautions could result in damage to the server.

  • Page 92: Removing A Front Smart Fan Assembly

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a Front Smart Fan Assembly Removing a Front Smart Fan Assembly Figure 4-9 Front Fan Detail Step 1. Push the Fan Release Pin away from the fan. Step 2. Slide the fan away from the connector. Step 3.

  • Page 93: Removing And Replacing A Rear Smart Fan Assembly

    Removing and Replacing a Rear Smart Fan Assembly The Rear Smart Fan Assembly is located in the rear of the chassis. The Fan assembly is a hot swappable component. Observe all ESD safety precautions before attempting this procedure. Failure to follow ESD CAUTION safety precautions could result in damage to the server.

  • Page 94: Removing A Rear Smart Fan Assembly

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a Rear Smart Fan Assembly Removing a Rear Smart Fan Assembly Figure 4-11 Rear Fan Detail Step 1. Push the Fan Release Pin away from the fan. Step 2. Slide the fan away from the connector. Step 3.

  • Page 95: Removing And Replacing A Pci Smart Fan Assembly

    Removing and Replacing a PCI Smart Fan Assembly The PCI Smart Fan Assembly is located in the rear of the PCI cardcage. The Fan assembly is a hot swappable component. Observe all ESD safety precautions before attempting this procedure. Failure to follow ESD CAUTION safety precautions could result in damage to the server.

  • Page 96: Removing A Pci Smart Fan Assembly

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a PCI Smart Fan Assembly Removing a PCI Smart Fan Assembly Figure 4-13 PCI Smart Fan Assembly Detail Step 1. Securely grasp the two thumb holds on the fan assembly. NOTE The two right side fans, as viewed from the front, are located very close to the chassis.

  • Page 97: Removing And Replacing A Bulk Power Supply

    Removing and Replacing a Bulk Power Supply The bulk power supply is located in the front of the chassis. The BPS is a hot swappable component. CAUTION Observe all ESD safety precautions before attempting this procedure. Failure to follow ESD safety precautions could result in damage to the server.

  • Page 98: Removing A Bps

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a Bulk Power Supply Removing a BPS Figure 4-15 BPS Detail Step 1. Pull the extraction levers located on the upper front outer portion of the BPS. Step 2. Slide the BPS forward using the extractions levers to remove it from the chassis. Replacing a BPS Step 1.

  • Page 99: Removing And Replacing A Pci Power Module (brick)

    Removing and Replacing a PCI Power Module (Brick) The PCI power module is located in the front of the chassis. The PCI power module is a hot pluggable component. Observe all ESD safety precautions before attempting this procedure. Failure to follow ESD CAUTION safety precautions could result in damage to the server.

  • Page 100: Removing A Pci Power Module (brick)

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a PCI Power Module (Brick) Removing a PCI Power Module (Brick) Figure 4-17 PCI Power Module Detail Step 1. Securely grasp the handle on the front of the power module. Step 2. Firmly depress the securing thumb latch. Step 3.

  • Page 101: Removing And Replacing The Pci Voltage Regulator Modules

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing the PCI Voltage Regulator Modules Removing and Replacing the PCI Voltage Regulator Modules Removing PCI VRM Step 1. Power down server. IMPORTANT Power must be removed from both PCI Chassis 0 and PCI Chassis 1 to continue. Step 2.

  • Page 102

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing the PCI Voltage Regulator Modules Step 4. Put right side cover back onto chassis. Step 5. Power server back up. Chapter 4...

  • Page 103: Removing And Replacing A Pci Card

    This procedure describes how to perform an online replacement of a PCI card using SAM, for cards whose drivers support online add or replacement (OLAR). IMPORTANT Some PCI I/O cards cannot be added or replaced online (while HP-UX remains running). For these cards, you must shut down HP-UX on the nPartition before performing the card replacement or addition.

  • Page 104: Figure 4-20pci Gate Detail

    If SAM detected that the selected PCI card cannot be taken offline, you will not be able to click the button and cannot replace the card while HP-UX remains running. In this case, you must shut down HP-UX on the nPartition before replacing the defective card.

  • Page 105

    Step 13. Connect all cables to the replacement PCI card. Step 14. In SAM’s Replace Card window, click the SAM powers the PCI slot back on, and turns off (stops blinking) the slot’s attention indicator. SAM also resumes the card’s drivers. Step 15.

  • Page 106: Removing And Replacing The Mass Storage Backplane

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing the Mass Storage Backplane Removing and Replacing the Mass Storage Backplane Removing the Backplane Step 1. Remove all internal disks. Figure 4-21Locating Internal Disks Step 2. Remove the top and right side covers. Step 3. Remove the PCI side panel. Step 4.

  • Page 107: Figure 4-22locating The Mass Storage Backplane

    Ensure that you notice where each is removed, so that they may be correctly reinstalled. Figure 4-22Locating the Mass Storage Backplane Storage Backplane Mass Step 5. Unscrew the two captive screws and remove backplane/bracket assembly. Figure 4-23Mass Storage Backplane Captive Screws Chapter 4 Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing the Mass Storage Backplane...

  • Page 108: Replacing The Backplane

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing the Mass Storage Backplane Replacing the Backplane Step 1. Align and press the backplane/bracket assembly into its mount. Step 2. Fasten the two captive screws. Step 3. Connect all cables to the backplane. Step 4. Install the PCI side panel. Step 5.

  • Page 109: Removing And Replacing A Mp/scsi Board

    Removing and Replacing a MP/SCSI Board The MP/SCSI board is located in the rear of the chassis. The MP/SCSI board is a hot pluggable component. There may be up to two MP/SCSI boards installed in a system. Observe all ESD safety precautions before attempting this procedure. Failure to follow ESD CAUTION safety precautions could result in damage to the server.

  • Page 110: Removing A Mp/scsi Board

    Removal and Replacement Removing and Replacing a MP/SCSI Board Removing a MP/SCSI board Figure 4-25 MP/SCSI Detail Step 1. Label and remove all cables connected to the MP/SCSI board to be removed. Step 2. Loosen the two retaining screws securing the MP/SCSI board to the chassis. Step 3.

  • Page 111: Replaceable Parts

    Replaceable Parts Appendix A...

  • Page 112: Table A-1 Hp Rp7405/rp7410 Field Replaceable Unit (fru) List

    Replaceable Parts Table A-1 hp rp7405/rp7410 Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) List FRU Description 18GB 10K RPM SCSI Disk 1GB DIMM (single) 240V N. American UPS 4.5m C19/L6-30P 256MB DIMM (single) 36GB 15K RPM SCSI Disk 512MB DIMM (single) 73GB 10K RPM SCSI Disk...

  • Page 113

    Table A-1 hp rp7405/rp7410 Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) List (Continued) FRU Description Assembly, Front Bezel, No NamePlate Ballast, J1479 (1 per system) Box, DVD Filler Cable Management Arm Cable, DVD Power Cable, Intrusion Switch Cable, Mass Storage Power #1 Cable, Mass Storage Power #2...

  • Page 114

    Replaceable Parts Table A-1 hp rp7405/rp7410 Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) List (Continued) FRU Description PCI Filler Plate PCI Power Module (Brick) Power Cord, C19/CEE 7-7 4.5m Black CA Assembly Power Cord, C19/GB 1002 4.5m Black CA Assembly Power Cord, C19/IEC-309 L6-20 4.5m Black CA Assembly Power Cord, C19/ISI-32 2.5m Black CA Assembly...

  • Page 115: System Specifications

    System Specifications This chapter describes the basic server configuration and its physical specifications and requirements: Appendix B...

  • Page 116: Dimensions And Weights

    Dimensions and Weights Dimensions and Weights This section provides dimensions and weights of the system components. Table B-1 hp rp7405/rp7410 Server Dimensions and Weights Height - Inches (centimeters) Width - Inches (centimeters) Depth - Inches (centimeters) Weight - Pounds (kilograms) Shipping box, pallet, ramp, and container adds approximately 50 lbs to the total system weight.

  • Page 117: Electrical Specifications

    The supplied power cord length is 15 feet (457.4 cm). Table B-3 lists the various power cables available for use with a hp rp7405/rp7410 system. Each power cord is 15 feet (4.5 meters) in length with a IEC 60320-1 C19 female connector attached to one end.

  • Page 118: Table B-4. Ac Power Specifications

    System Specifications Electrical Specifications System Power Specifications Table B-4 and Table B-5 list the AC power requirements for an hp rp7405/rp7410 server. These tables provide information to help determine the amount of AC power needed for your computer room. Table B-4...

  • Page 119: Environmental Specifications

    Environmental Specifications Environmental Specifications This section provides the environmental, power dissipation, noise emission, and air flow specifications for the hp rp7405/rp7410 server. Temperature and Humidity The cabinet is actively cooled using forced convection in a Class C1-modified environment. Operating Environment The system is designed to run continuously and meet reliability goals in an ambient temperature of 5 C - 35 C at sea level.

  • Page 120: Typical Power Dissipation And Cooling

    Air Flow The hp rp7405/rp7410 servers require that the cabinet air intake temperature be between 68 F and 77 F (20 C and 25 C) at 960 CFM.

  • Page 121: Figure B-1 Airflow Diagram

    System Specifications Environmental Specifications Figure B-1 illustrates the location of the inlet and outlet airducts on a single cabinet. Figure B-1 Airflow Diagram Appendix B...

  • Page 122

    System Specifications Environmental Specifications Appendix B...

  • Page 123: Site Preparation

    Site Preparation Appendix C...

  • Page 124: Electrical Considerations

    Electrical Considerations Electrical Considerations Proper design and installation of a power distribution system for an hp rp7405/rp7410 server requires specialized skills. Those responsible for this task must have a thorough knowledge and understanding of appropriate electrical codes and the limitations of the power systems for computer and data processing equipment.

  • Page 125: Electrical Load Requirements (circuit Breaker Sizing)

    Electrical Load Requirements (Circuit Breaker Sizing) It is always a good idea to derate power distribution systems for one or more of the following reasons: • To avoid nuisance tripping from load shifts or power transients, circuit protection devices should never be run above 80% of their root-mean-square (RMS) current ratings.

  • Page 126: Power Quality

    Site Preparation Power Quality Power Quality This equipment is designed to operate over a wide range of voltages and frequencies. It has been tested and shown to comply with EMC Specification EN50082. However, damage can occur if these ranges are exceeded. Severe electrical disturbances can exceed the design specifications of the equipment.

  • Page 127: Distribution Hardware

    Distribution Hardware This section describes wire selection and the types of raceways (electrical conduits) used in the distribution system. Wire Selection Use copper conductors instead of aluminum, as aluminum’s coefficient of expansion differs significantly from that of other metals used in power hardware. Because of this difference, aluminum conductors can cause connector hardware to work loose, overheat, and fail.

  • Page 128: Grounding Systems

    Site Preparation Grounding Systems Grounding Systems hp rp7405/rp7410 servers require two methods of grounding: • Power distribution safety grounding • High frequency intercabinet grounding Power Distribution Safety Grounding The power distribution safety grounding system consists of connecting various points in the power distribution system to earth ground using green (green/yellow) wire ground conductors.

  • Page 129

    NOTE In some cases power distribution system green (green/yellow) wire ground conductors are too long and inductive to provide adequate high frequency ground return paths. Therefore, the server is shipped with a ground strap for connecting the system cabinet to the site grounding grid (customer-supplied).

  • Page 130: Equipment Grounding Implementation Details

    Site Preparation Grounding Systems • Good—Use the raised floor structure as a ground grid. In this case, the floor must be designed as a ground grid with bolted down stringers and corrosion resistive plating (to provide low resistance and attachment points for connection to service entrance ground and server equipment).

  • Page 131: System Installation Guidelines

    System Installation Guidelines This section contains information about installation practices. Some common pitfalls are highlighted. Both power cable and data communications cable installations are discussed. In domestic installations, the proper receptacles should be installed prior to the arrival of NOTE Hewlett-Packard equipment.

  • Page 132: Environmental Elements

    • Acoustics (noise reduction) Computer Room Preparation The following guidelines are recommended when preparing a computer room for an hp rp7405/rp7410 server system: • Locate the computer room away from the exterior walls of the building to avoid the heat gain from windows and exterior wall surfaces.

  • Page 133: Air Conditioning System Guidelines

    At altitudes above 10,000 feet (3048 m), the lower air density reduces the cooling capability of air conditioning systems. If your facility is located above this altitude, the recommended temperature ranges may need to be modified. For each 1000 feet (305 m) increase in altitude above 10,000 feet (up to a maximum of 15,000 feet), subtract 1.5 F (0.83 C) from the upper limit of the temperature range.

  • Page 134: Air Conditioning System Installation

    Site Preparation Environmental Elements • Underfloor air distribution system—Downflow air conditioning equipment located on the raised floor of the computer room uses the cavity beneath the raised floor as plenum for the supply air. Perforated floor panels (available from the raised floor manufacturer) should be located around the perimeter of the system cabinets.

  • Page 135: Air Conditioning Ducts

    CAUTION Low humidity contributes to undesirably high levels of electrostatic charges. This increases the electrostatic discharge (ESD) voltage potential. ESD can cause component damage during servicing operations. Paper feed problems on high-speed printers are usually encountered in low-humidity environments. Low humidity levels are often the result of the facility heating system and occur during the cold season. Most heating systems cause air to have a low humidity level, unless the system has a built-in humidifier.

  • Page 136: Electrostatic Discharge (esd) Prevention

    Site Preparation Environmental Elements Special precautions are necessary if the computer room is near a source of air pollution. Some air pollutants, especially hydrogen sulfide (H2S), are not only unpleasant but corrosive as well. Hydrogen sulfide damages wiring and delicate sound equipment. The use of activated charcoal filters reduces this form of air pollution. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Prevention Static charges (voltage levels) occur when objects are separated or rubbed together.

  • Page 137: Acoustics

    Acoustics Computer equipment and air conditioning blowers cause computer rooms to be noisy. Ambient noise level in a computer room can be reduced as follows: • Dropped ceiling—Cover with a commercial grade of fire-resistant, acoustic rated, fiberglass ceiling tile. • Sound deadening—Cover the walls with curtains or other sound deadening material.

  • Page 138: Computer Room Safety

    Site Preparation Computer Room Safety Computer Room Safety Inside the computer room, fire protection and adequate lighting (for equipment servicing) are important safety considerations. Federal and local safety codes govern computer installations. Fire Protection The national Fire Protection Association’s Standard for the Protection of Electronic Computer Data Processing Equipment, NFPA 75, contains information on safety monitoring equipment for computer rooms.

  • Page 139: Facility Characteristics

    Floor loading is usually not an issue in nonraised floor installations. The information presented in this section is directed toward raised floor installations. NOTE Any floor system under consideration for an hp rp7405/rp7410 server installation should be verified by an appropriate floor system consultant. Raised Floor Loading Raised floor loading is a function of the manufacturer’s load specification and the positioning of the...

  • Page 140: Table C-4. Typical Raised Floor Specifications

    However, it is useful for determining floor loading at the building level, such as the area of solid floor or span of raised floor tiles covered by the hp rp7405/rp7410 server footprint. Typical Raised Floor Site This section contains an example of a computer room raised floor system that is satisfactory for the installation of an hp rp7405/rp7410 server.

  • Page 141: Windows

    Table C-4 Typical Raised Floor Specifications (Continued) Item Ultimate load Rolling load Average floor load a. From Table C-3 on page 117 b. With 0.08 in (0.2 cm) of span maximum deflection Windows Avoid housing computers in a room with windows. Sunlight entering a computer room may cause problems. Magnetic tape storage media is damaged if exposed to direct sunlight.

  • Page 142: Space Requirements

    Space Requirements Space Requirements This section contains information about space requirements for an hp rp7405/rp7410 server. This data should be used as the basic guideline for space plan developments. Other factors, such as airflow, lighting, and equipment space requirements must also be considered.

  • Page 143: Figure C-3 Footprint

    The service area space requirements, shown in Figure C-3, are minimum dimensions. If other equipment is located so that it exhausts heated air near the cooling air intakes of the computer system cabinets, larger space requirements are needed to keep ambient air intake to the computer system cabinets within the specified temperature and humidity ranges.

  • Page 144: Zinc Particle Contamination

    Site Preparation Zinc Particle Contamination Zinc Particle Contamination Metallic particulates can be especially harmful around electronic equipment. This type of contamination may enter the data center environment from a variety of sources, including but not limited to raised floor tiles, worn air conditioning parts, heating ducts, rotor brushes in vacuum cleaners or printer component wear.

  • Page 145: Index

    HP-UX BPS (Bulk Power Supply) cable management arm cell board verifying presence cell controller circuit breaker cm (Command Menu) command...

  • Page 146

    Index I/O Subsystem installing server into the rack IP address default lc Comand Screen Keystone system air ducts environmental elements power system protection LAN status lc (LAN configuration) command Attention Bulk Power Supply SP Active Standby Power Good lighting requirements login name ls (LAN Status) command MAC address...

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