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HP LC 2000R Installation Manual

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HP NetServer LC 2000/2000r
HP Part Number D8514-90000
Printed November 1999

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  • Page 1: Installation Guide

    HP NetServer LC 2000/2000r Installation Guide HP Part Number D8514-90000 Printed November 1999...

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Powering Down the HP NetServer ... 18 Connecting AC Power to Multiple-Server Configurations... 18 Sleep States (ACPI) ... 19 3 Opening and Closing the HP NetServer ... 21 Introduction ... 21 Tools Required ... 21 Removing the HP NetServer’s Covers ... 22 Removing Covers –...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    7 Installing Additional Processors... 71 Introduction ... 71 Tools Required ... 71 Processor Configuration Guidelines... 71 Installing the Processor... 73 8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer ... 79 Introduction ... 79 Tools Required ... 80 Safety Precautions ... 81 Preparing the Rack... 82 HP NetServer Rack Mount Parts List ...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    10Configuring the HP NetServer... 99 Introduction ... 99 HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM ... 99 Contents of the Navigator CD-ROM – HP NetServer... 99 Obtaining HP Navigator CD-ROM Release History ...100 Obtaining Up-to-Date Configuration Details...101 Running Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant...103 Express Configuration ...103...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ...145 Tools Required ...146 Safety Precautions ...147 Preparing the Rack...148 HP NetServer Rack Mount Parts List ...148 Mounting Column Adapters ...148 Attaching the Slides to the Rack ...150 Placing the HP NetServer in the Rack...153 Attaching the Cable Management Arm...157 Attaching the Front Bezel ...159...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Declaration of Conformity (US, EU, Australia) ...172 Regulatory Notices - Product Safety ...173 CD-ROM and Laser Safety Statements...173 Battery Statements ...175 Noise and Ergonomic Safety Statements ...176 C Service and Support...177 D Warranty and Software License...179 Warranty ...179 HP Software Product License Agreement ...179 Index...181 Contents...

  • Page 9: Setting Up The Hp Netserver, Installation Guidelines

    1 Setting Up the HP NetServer Installation Guidelines This Installation Guide is for the HP NetServer LC 2000 pedestal model, and the HP NetServer LC 2000r rack-optimized model. LC 2000 (Pedestal Model) Figure 1-1. HP NetServers l For a trouble-free installation, read this chapter before taking the HP NetServer out of its box.

  • Page 10: Pedestal Installation

    Chapter 1 l Use the removable and reusable rack-mounting handles to move and place the LC 2000r in the rack. Remove the handles only when you have secured the HP NetServer to the rack slides. l The height at which you install the HP NetServer in the rack determines how you will service the HP NetServer.

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    Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators." 3. If you have optional items to add to the HP NetServer (memory, accessory boards, or processors), remove the front bezel and the left cover. If there are no optional items to install, skip to step 8.

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    17. Verify the HP NetServer’s operation and troubleshoot if necessary. Your HP NetServer installation should be complete. If not, refer to Chapter 12, "Troubleshooting." 18. If you plan to ship the fully-configured HP NetServer LC 2000 to a different destination: a. Label each cable and component to facilitate re-assembly.

  • Page 13: Rack Mount Installation

    HP NetServer. a. If anything is missing or damaged, call your reseller. b. Store the empty boxes and packing material in a safe place. This is especially important if you plan to ship the HP NetServer elsewhere for final installation. WARNING To prevent serious injury or damage to the HP NetServer, do not attempt to lift the HP NetServer by yourself.

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    Chapter 1 3. If you have optional items to add to the HP NetServer (memory, accessory boards, mass storage, or processors), remove the bezel and the top cover. If there are no optional items to install, skip to Step 12.

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    20. Verify the HP NetServer’s operation and troubleshoot as necessary. Your HP NetServer installation should be complete. If not, refer to Chapter 12, "Troubleshooting." 21. If you plan to ship the fully-configured HP NetServer LC 2000r to a different destination: a. Label each cable and component to facilitate re-assembly.

  • Page 17: Controls, Ports, And Indicators, Front Of Hp Netserver

    This chapter describes the controls, ports and indicators on the front and rear of the HP NetServer LC 2000 and LC 2000r. Figures 2-1 and 2-2 below show the HP NetServers LC 2000/LC 2000r as pedestal and rack models respectively.

  • Page 18: Power, Reset, And Keyboard Lock Buttons

    The control buttons shown in Figures 2-1 and 2-2 are described in the Table 2-1. Table 2-1. Power, Reset, and Keyboard Lock Buttons and LEDs Control/LED This button turns the HP NetServer power On or Off, and if Power On/Off/ available, also transitions the NetServer between Power On Sleep Button and sleep states.

  • Page 19: Front Panel Led Indicators

    This Temperature LED has three distinctive colors: Temperature steady Green for normal operation blinking Red at 1 Hz blink rate for an overheated condition inside the HP NetServer blinking Amber at 0.5 Hz blink rate for a warning condition. Fan LED...

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    Chapter 2 Hot Swap Disk Drive Indicators Each of the Hot Swap hard disk drives has two LED indicators, one for operational status and one for activity status. Light pipes on each drive module transmit light to the front from the LEDs on the inside rear of the hot-swap mass storage cage.

  • Page 21: Non-hot Swap Device Indicators

    The indicators for non-Hot Swap devices, which provide operational status, are also shown in Figure 2-3. The indicators shown in Figure 2-3 also apply to the rack-mount model (LC 2000r). See Table 2-4 for Backup Tape drive LED Codes. Table 2-4. Backup Tape Drive LED Codes...

  • Page 22: Rear Panel Indicators And Ports

    Chapter 2 Rear Panel Indicators and Ports The HP NetServer’s rear panel includes communication ports, the AC power inlets, and the NetServer’s power supplies. Figure 2-4 shows the rear of the HP NetServer. Redundant Power Supply #2 (Optional) AC Power...

  • Page 23: Power Supply Module Indicator

    Chapter 2 Power Supply Module Indicator Each HP NetServer power supply module has an indicator as shown in Figure 2-5, and each power supply has its own power cord connection. The HP NetServer comes with one power supply module standard, and a second power supply module for redundancy is optional.

  • Page 24: Communication Ports

    Chapter 2 Communication Ports The connectors on the HP NetServer’s rear panel are shown in Figure 2-6 and described below. Keyboard Video (Embedded) Figure 2-6. Rear Panel Ports l Management – This connector supports the embedded Integrated Remote Assistant and links the HP NetServer to a console for real time monitoring and diagnosis of the NetServer's operation.

  • Page 25: Nic Indicators

    Chapter 2 NIC Indicators The embedded NIC (Network Interface Card) has two LEDs associated with it, which can only be seen from the rear of the HP NetServer. See Figure 2-7 and Table 2-6. Figure 2-7. NIC LEDs Table 2-6. NIC LED Code...

  • Page 26: Applying Power To The Hp Netserver, Powering Up The Hp Netserver

    Applying Power to the HP NetServer Powering Up the HP NetServer 1. Ensure the HP NetServer’s power cord or power cords are connected to the power source. See Figure 2-4. 2. Press the Power button on the front control panel. See Figure 2-1 or 2-2.

  • Page 27: Sleep States (acpi)

    The HP NetServer’s power button can be configured to initiate a sleep state (Sleep button) or a “soft off” or graceful shutdown of the NOS, rather than an immediate shutdown of the power supply.

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    Chapter 2 NOTE The HP NetServer power button will force a power down without waiting for the NOS to gracefully shut down the system if the power button is pressed and held in excess of four seconds. CAUTION If the power button override is used, there is a strong possibility of corrupted or lost data.

  • Page 29: Opening And Closing The Hp Netserver, Introduction, Tools Required

    This chapter describes how to safely extend the rack-mounted HP NetServer LC 2000r out of the rack and how to remove and replace the covers from the HP NetServer LC 2000r and the pedestal model, HP NetServer LC 2000. This chapter also describes how to remove and replace the pedestal base from the HP NetServer LC 2000.

  • Page 30: Removing The Hp Netserver's Covers, Removing Covers – Rack-mount (lc 2000r)

    Swap hard disks, which must be replaced or the opening covered immediately (within 2 minutes). 1. If the HP NetServer is operating, log off all users and, if necessary, back up files. 2. Follow instructions in your network operating system (NOS) documentation to gracefully shut down all networking software and applications.

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    The power supplies will continue to provide standby current to the NetServer until the power cable is disconnected. 5. At the front of the HP NetServer, extend the anti-tip foot from under the front of the rack. See Chapter 8, "Rack-Mounting the HP NetServer," later in this manual.

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    7. Press down on the blue Release Tab as shown in Figure 3-2 to release the bezel from the chassis. Figure 3-2. Removing the HP NetServer LC 2000r’s Bezel 8. Lift the bezel away from the front of the HP NetServer. Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Slide Securing...

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    See Figure 3-3. 10. Press in on each blue Slide Release button (2) with both hands to slide the HP NetServer out of the rack. See Figure 3-3. Slide Securing Screws (2) Hinge Pins(3) Figure 3-3.

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    Figure 3-4. Extending the HP NetServer LC 2000r CAUTION To prevent damage to the covers, support the cover as you remove it from the HP NetServer. The NetServer’s covers are heavy. 12. To remove the top cover, use the key provided to unlock the Mass Storage Cage and release the top cover.

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    Figure 3-5. Removing HP NetServer LC 2000r Covers 15. If necessary, remove the bottom cover by loosening the thumbscrew at the front of the HP NetServer with one hand. See Figure 3-5. The bottom cover does not provide any additional access to the interior, except the bottom of the mass storage drives and the control panel board.

  • Page 36: Removing Covers – Pedestal (lc 2000)

    Swap hard disks, which must be replaced or the opening covered immediately (within 2 minutes). 1. If the HP NetServer is operating, log off all users and, if necessary, back up files. 2. Follow instructions in your network operating system (NOS) documentation to gracefully shut down all networking software and applications.

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    See Figure 3-6. The bezel connects to the front of the HP NetServer chassis with two snap-in connectors at the top front of the chassis and two metal tabs, which fit into two slots on the bottom front of the chassis.

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    10. Pull the cover forward and then slightly sideways to disengage it. 11. Move it to the right and away from the chassis. See Figure 3-7. Left Cover Cover Pull Figure 3-7. HP NetServer LC 2000 Covers Opening and Closing the HP NetServer Right Cover Thumbscrews (2)

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    19. Swing the top of the bezel toward the chassis until it snaps into place. See Figure 3-8. Figure 3-8. Replacing the Bezel 20. Return the HP NetServer to normal operation. Opening and Closing the HP NetServer...

  • Page 40: Removing The Pedestal

    Chapter 3 Removing the Pedestal The pedestal version of the HP NetServer LC 2000 mounts to an anti-tip pedestal, which can be easily removed, if necessary. 1. Perform Steps 1-4 in the previous section, "Removing Covers – Pedestal (LC 2000)."...

  • Page 41: Installing Mass Storage Devices, Introduction, Installing Storage Devices After Shipment, Tools Required

    Installing Storage Devices After Shipment If you are installing mass storage devices that were not shipped with your HP NetServer, certain configurations may require additional cables or adapters not provided with your HP NetServer shipment. For part numbers of the required items, such as HP cables, adapters, trays, and configuration information, see Information Assistant on the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM.

  • Page 42: Drive Bay Shelves, Boot Priority

    ID 0 and proceeds up from there. The HP NetServer’s boot order (BIOS search order for a boot device) should be considered, when connecting cables from the on board SCSI channels. A SCSI drive’s boot priority is set by the drive’s location in the boot order.

  • Page 43: Hardware Mirroring

    10. PCI slot P6 Hardware Mirroring You may choose to mirror the drives (RAID 1) in the HP NetServer’s Hot Swap Mass Storage Cage. However, doing so through software slows down disk access time, but using hardware mirroring can help speed up disk access time.

  • Page 44: Mass Storage Guidelines

    SCSI drives are connected to a terminated cable and the Hot Swap cage provides the termination for any unused slots in the cage. Use only HP LVD SCSI 3.5-inch hard disk drives for the Hot Swap drive cage. You can use a combination of half-height (1.6-inch) and low-profile (1.0 inch) drives in the Hot Swap cage, but be sure to use spacers and...

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    SCSI Device Installation Order The Hot Swap Cage's supported hard drive configurations for both HP NetServer models are shown in Figures 4-2 through 4-5. The arrows indicate the order of hard drive installation.

  • Page 46: Hot Swap Configuration Options

    Hot Swap Drive Cage Configurations The possible Hot Swap Drive Cage Configurations are summarized in Figures 4-2 through 4-5 for the HP NetServer’s LC 2000r and LC 2000 respectively. There are various SCSI cable configurations associated with the system and, if incorrectly configured, could cause damage to the HP NetServer and the SCSI devices.

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    Chapter 4 Rack-Mounted Configurations for SCSI Hot Swap Mass Storage Cage Single Bus Control - SCSI Connector A Slot Number Disk Drive SCSI Device ID SCSI Connector Slot Number Disk Drive SCSI Device ID SCSI Connector Slot Number Disk Drive SCSI Device ID SCSI Connector Figure 4-2.

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    Chapter 4 Pedestal Configurations for SCSI Hot Swap Mass Storage Cage Single Bus Control - Connector A 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 Figure 4-3. Pedestal Mounted Hot Swap Drive Configurations (No Duplex) Installing Mass Storage Devices Filler Panel 1 1 0...

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    Chapter 4 Rack-Mounted Configurations for SCSI Hot Swap Mass Storage Cage Duplex Board Installed - Two Bus Control Connector A and B Slot Number Disk Drives SCSI Device ID SCSI Connector Con B Con A Center Line Slot Number Disk Drives SCSI Device ID SCSI Connector Con B...

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    Chapter 4 Pedestal Configurations for SCSI Hot Swap Mass Storage Cage Duplex Board Installed - Two Bus Control Connectors A and B Con = Connector Figure 4-5. Pedestal Mounted Hot Swap Drive Configurations (Duplex) Installing Mass Storage Devices Con A Center Line Con B 1 1 0...

  • Page 51: Cabling Configurations

    Chapter 4 Cabling Configurations There are various SCSI cable configurations associated with the HP NetServer and if all possible SCSI devices and connections are used, then an additional SCSI disk controller is required. Table 4-1 describes the various cables and where each one can be connected.

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    Chapter 4 SCSI Cable Configurations Hot-Swap and Non-Hot Swap Drives (Single Bus Control - No Duplex Board Installed) SCSI Channel A SCSI Channel B Cable 1 Cable 2 External SCSI Connections (Optional) PCI SCSI Disk Controller Board System Board Figure 4-6. SCSI Cable Configurations (No Duplex) Installing Mass Storage Devices Cable 3 Cable 4...

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    Chapter 4 SCSI Cable Configurations Hot-Swap and Non-Hot Swap Drives (Two Bus Control - Duplex Board Installed) SCSI Channel A SCSI Channel B Cable 1 Cable 2 (2) External SCSI Connections (Optional) PCI SCSI Disk Controller Board System Board Figure 4-7. SCSI Cable Configurations (Duplex) Installing Mass Storage Devices Cable 3 Cable 4 CD-ROM...

  • Page 54: Installing Hot Swap Hard Drives

    Chapter 4 Installing Hot Swap Hard Drives Use this section to install Hot Swap hard drives in the Hot Swap drive cage. CAUTION Protect the drive from static electricity by leaving it in its anti-static bag until you are ready to install it. Before handling the drive, touch any unpainted metal surface to discharge static electricity.

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    Chapter 4 3. Remove any drive spacers, if necessary: a Slide the drive spacer back, a fraction of an inch away from your body as you face the front of the drive. Drive spacers attach to the disk drive module with four small feet. b.

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    Chapter 4 CAUTION To prevent snapping off the handle do not use extreme force when opening it. Open the handle until you feel resistance. 4. Open the drive module by pressing in on the locking latch at the end of the drive ejector handle and pulling the handle open.

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    Chapter 4 CAUTION Use caution when handling the drive to prevent damage to the fragile light pipes as you insert the drive. 5. Gently slide the drive module into the cage and stop when you feel resistance. See Figure 4-11. Figure 4-11.

  • Page 58: Removing Hot Swap Hard Drives

    Chapter 4 Removing Hot Swap Hard Drives CAUTION You must remove the drive slowly to ensure the drive heads are parked prior to removal. Ensure you follow these instructions carefully to prevent handling damage, such as head slaps or head actuator unlocking. 1.

  • Page 59: Installing Non-hot Swap Storage Devices

    Figure 4-13. Non-Hot Swap Drive Shelves To install a drive in the non-hot swap drive bay, refer to the following procedure. 1. If necessary, shutdown the HP NetServer’s NOS. Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators." 2. Disconnect all telephone cables and power cords.

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    3. If working on a pedestal-mounted NetServer, remove the bezel and gain access to the HP NetServer’s non-hot swap-drive bays. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." 4. If working on a rack-mounted NetServer, follow the appropriate instructions to safely extend the NetServer from the rack.

  • Page 61: Connecting External Scsi Devices

    Chapter 4 Connecting External SCSI Devices The HP NetServer may provide an external SCSI connector (optional) at the rear panel knockout as shown in Figure 4-14. The external SCSI connector is typically connected to a PCI SCSI disk controller board inserted in one of the PCI slots.

  • Page 63: Installing Additional Memory, Introduction, Tools Required

    5 Installing Additional Memory Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for installing and removing DIMMs on the system board in the HP NetServer LC 2000 or LC 2000r. The video memory comes with 2MB standard and cannot be upgraded. NOTE...

  • Page 64: Memory Installation Guidelines, Dimm Installation

    Chapter 5 Memory Installation Guidelines The HP NetServer LC 2000/2000r uses only 133 MHz (PC133) SDRAM DIMMs, which are electrically different from the EDO and PC100 SDRAM memory modules used in previous HP NetServer models. DIMM sizes supported are 64 MB, 128 MB, 256 MB, 512 MB, or 1 GB in any combination.

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    Chapter 5 To install additional memory in the HP NetServer, refer to the following procedure. 1. To gain access to the HP NetServer, perform one of the procedures listed below. NOTE It is not necessary to remove the system board from the HP NetServer to install the additional DIMM memory.

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    Steps 2-5. Figure 5-3. Installing the DIMM NOTE The Processor Cage Cover is shown removed for clarity. 6. If all DIMMs have been installed, replace the cover. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." Installing Additional Memory...

  • Page 67: Dimm Removal

    11. Return the HP NetServer to normal operation. DIMM Removal Use this procedure to remove DIMMs from the HP NetServer’s system board. The HP NetServer must be powered down and the appropriate cover must be removed from the HP NetServer before removing any DIMMs.

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    9. Re-install the bezel onto the front of the HP NetServer. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." 10. Reconnect the power cord(s). 11. Power on the HP NetServer according to the respective NOS power-up instructions. Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators."...

  • Page 69: Installing Additional Boards, Introduction, Tested Pci Boards, Tools Required, Remote Control Card

    Remote Control Card The HP NetServer LC 2000/2000r may use the HP TopTools Remote Control card in any PCI slot on the system board. The Remote Control card supports HP TopTools software. An I C connector is provided on the system board. For more information on use of the HP TopTools Remote Control function, see Chapter 11, "Information Assistant,"...

  • Page 70: Boot Priority

    Chapter 6 Boot Priority This section details the HP NetServer’s boot order by highest to lowest priority. The NetServer’s boot order (BIOS search order for a boot drive) should be considered when selecting a slot on the system board. This is especially important if you are installing a SCSI disk controller board.

  • Page 71: Irq Settings, System Board Pci Slots

    PCI board in a slot that would not conflict with another PCI board’s IRQ setting. The HP NetServer provides various ways to automatically share interrupts in the NetServer. The sharing mode can be selected under the heading "Sharing Algorithms"...

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    Chapter 6 Two PCI slots (P5-P6) support full-length 32- or 64-bit boards at clock rates of 33 MHz. These slots only support +5 VDC power and Universal boards. These slots have keys in the upper half of the board slot to prevent 3.3 volt boards from being inserted into the slots.

  • Page 73: Installing Accessory Boards

    3. Follow the instructions in the respective NOS (network operating system) documentation to gracefully shut down all networking software and applications. 4. Press the power button on the HP NetServer’s control panel when prompted by the operating system. Normally, this completes the shutdown procedure.

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    Closing the HP NetServer," to gain access to the NetServer. If the NetServer is in the rack, perform steps 1-14 in the "Removing Covers – Rack Mount (LC 2000r)" in Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer," to gain access to the NetServer.

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    Chapter 6 8. Remove the slot cover from the NetServer’s rear panel, before installing the new board into the slot, as shown in Figure 6-3. 2. Lift Latch 1. Open Tab Figure 6-3. Removing the Slot Cover NOTE Each PCI slot must have a slot cover or PCI board in the slot. Ensure all unused slots have slot covers in place.

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    Chapter 6 9. Before installing the new PCI board: Verify there is no handle attached to it, especially if it is a full-length board. If it has a handle attached, remove the handle before installing the board into the slot. NOTE Use only the right side of the two slots in the board guide, when installing PCI boards into some of the PCI slots...

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    14. If accessory board installation is complete, re-install the cover on the NetServer. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." 15. Re-install the bezel onto the front of the HP NetServer. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." Installing Additional Boards 2.

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    Chapter 6 16. If all installation work is complete, return power to the NetServer according to the respective NOS power up instructions. 17. Use the respective NOS software to ensure the correct software drivers for the PCI board are loaded and verify correct operation. Installing Additional Boards...

  • Page 79: Installing Additional Processors, Introduction, Tools Required, Processor Configuration Guidelines

    The HP NetServer supports the Pentium III processors at a front side bus (FSB) speed of 133 MHz. Advanced processors will be supported as each one becomes available.

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    Use only processor upgrade kits with the same HP product number. This ensures the processor type, clock speed, and cache size match, and that product numbers are compatible.

  • Page 81: Installing The Processor

    NetServer to install the new processor module or the VRM. If the NetServer is in the rack, perform steps 1-14 in the "Removing Covers – Rack Mount (LC 2000r)" in Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer," to gain access to the NetServer.

  • Page 82

    5.0X 733 MHz 5.5X Installing Additional Processors Open = Off Closed = On Processor Speed (Bit 1) Processor Speed (Bit 2) Processor Speed (Bit 3) Clear Configuration Clear Password FSB Speed (133/100 MHz) Rear of HP NetServer Processor Speed Settings...

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    HP web site: http://www.hp.com/go/netserver NOTE The System board is shown removed from the HP NetServer for simplicity in the following figures, but it is not necessary to remove the system board to install the new processor module or the VRM.

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    Chapter 7 Installing Additional Processors 9. Remove the termination from the secondary processor slot by pressing in on the tabs and pulling directly upwards. See Figure 7-4. Terminator Figure 7-4. Remove Terminator Board...

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    Chapter 7 10. Remove the processor module from the sealed bag. 11. Open the latches on top of the processor slot. See Figure 7-5. If a processor is installed in the slot, the processor module will move up in the slot where you can grasp it for removal. Figure 7-5.

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    18. Re-install the cover on the processor cage by reversing Step 8. 19. Re-install the cover and bezel onto the NetServer according to the appropriate procedure. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer," for instructions. 20. Return power to the NetServer and restore normal operation.

  • Page 87: Rack Mounting The Hp Netserver, Introduction

    8 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter tells how to mount the HP NetServer in an HP System/E or System/U rack. The illustration below shows the characteristics of the System/E and System/U racks. If you have the older HP Systems rack, see Chapter 13, "Alternative Rack Mounting,"...

  • Page 88: Tools Required

    HP NetServer, install those components before starting to mount the NetServer. Tools Required To assemble the rack mount kit and install the HP NetServer on it, you need these tools. T-15 and T-25 Torx Drivers Number 2 Phillips screwdriver...

  • Page 89: Safety Precautions

    HP NetServer in a non-HP rack environment: l Optimum Operating Environment – The optimum operating conditions for the HP NetServer is in an environmental controlled computer room with a temperature range of 20 to 22 C (68 to 72 F) at 40 to 60% relative humidity.

  • Page 90: Preparing The Rack, Hp Netserver Rack Mount Parts List

    The column adapters and rack nuts must be connected to the rack before mounting the slide mechanism. Once the slides are correctly mounted, then the HP NetServer LC 2000r can be installing into the rack. A cardboard rack mounting template comes with the HP NetServer. The template identifies the column adapter and rack nut locations on the rack.

  • Page 91

    Chapter 8 1. Find the rack-mounting template. If your HP NetServer is still in its box, the template should be in the accessories tray that sits on top of the NetServer itself. 2. Hold the template alongside the outside face (front) of the left front rack columns.

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    Rack Attach nuts to this face of the rear columns. Bottom of HP NetServer Figure 8-4. Rack Nut Locations on the Rack’s Rear Columns Rack-Mounting the HP NetServer "#" represents the EIA unit numbers on the rack columns. Front of...

  • Page 93: Attaching The Column Adapters And Slides

    1. Pull the anti-tip foot forward out of the bottom of the rack. See Figure 8-6 for the anti-tip foot location. 2. Align the left HP column adapter to the left front column as shown in Figure 8-5. 3. Match the column adapter holes (2nd & 14th) to the marks on the front column and place the column adapter mounting holes behind the column face.

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    There is a dimple in the bracket to position the slides in the proper location. b. Then tighten the screws until the bracket is held firmly to the column adapter and rack column. See Figures 8-5 and 8-6. Rack-Mounting the HP NetServer Mount Slides inside Column Adapters...

  • Page 95: Placing The Hp Netserver In The Rack

    Steps 6-8. Placing the HP NetServer in the Rack Use this procedure to position the HP NetServer into the extended slides and secure the chassis to the slides. Once the NetServer is in the rack, then you can connect the Cable Management Arm to the rear of the NetServer.

  • Page 96

    Figure 8-10. 4. With the help of at least one other person, lift the HP NetServer by its four handles off the floor or pallet.

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    Chapter 8 Figure 8-8. Mounting the HP NetServer on the Slides 7. Move the slide members into the NetServer’s channels until both slide members are underneath all four of the NetServer's handles. See Figures 8-8 and 8-9. The mounting tabs in the slides should be in position to fit into the openings in the chassis.

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    See Figure 8-10. The blue Slide Release buttons in the Bezel moldings on each side of chassis’ front edge must click into the latches in the column adapters on the two front rack columns. Rack-Mounting the HP NetServer...

  • Page 99: Attaching The Cable Management Arm

    Attaching the Cable Management Arm Use this procedure to mount the Cable Management Arm on the HP NetServer LC 2000r when mounted in the HP System/E or System /U racks. The HP NetServer LC 2000r’s Cable Management Arm allows the cables, including the power cord, to move in and out with the HP NetServer chassis without any damage or being accidentally disconnected.

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    1. Ensure the HP NetServer LC 2000r is pushed all the way into the rack. 2. At the rear of the HP NetServer, place rack nuts on the left column in the 12th and 14th holes above the baseline (bottom) of the NetServer.

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    9. If the NetServer is not in a restricted-access area, tighten both slide securing screws on the bezel latching mechanisms. See Figure 8-13. 10. Plug the HP NetServer’s power cable and all available data cables into the back of the NetServer.

  • Page 102: Attaching The Front Bezel

    Chapter 8 Attaching the Front Bezel The front bezel attaches to the HP NetServer by a hinge on the left and a latch on the right. The hinge has three spring-loaded hinge pins to secure the bezel. The bezel is held in place on the right with a latch allowing the bezel to swing open when pulled from the right.

  • Page 103: Continuing With The Rack Installation Process

    2. Press down on the blue Bezel Release Tab shown in Figure 8-13. Figure 8-14. Attaching the Bezel to the NetServer 3. Press the bezel onto the front of the HP NetServer and release the Blue Tab to engage the hinge pins. See Figures 8-13 and 8-14.

  • Page 105: Connecting The Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, And Ups, Introduction, Connecting The Monitor, Keyboard, And Mouse

    Introduction This chapter provides the instructions for connecting a monitor, keyboard, mouse and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) to the rear of the HP NetServer. Connecting the Monitor, Keyboard, and Mouse To connect the peripheral control devices and monitor to the HP NetServer LC 2000/2000r, refer to the following procedure.

  • Page 106: Connecting The Ups (uninterruptible Power Supply)

    2. Connect the provided serial cable between the UPS and the HP NetServer as specified in the HP Rack Installation Road Map. Refer to the user guide included with the UPS and to the HP Rack Installation Road Map for additional information.

  • Page 107: Configuring The Hp Netserver, Introduction, Hp Netserver Navigator Cd-rom

    NOS and all the bundled drivers and utilities. Refer to the following topics for the contents of Navigator’s Main Menu when used on the NetServer. l Run the Navigator CD-ROM on any Windows PC after setting up the HP NetServer to obtain the required configuration information.

  • Page 108: Obtaining Hp Navigator Cd-rom Release History

    Chapter 10 Before the HP Navigator main menu is displayed, you may be prompted to set the language, time, and date. You can also set the language displayed by the BIOS. Refer to the following topics for more information on the Navigator CD-ROM’s main menu items when run on the HP NetServer.

  • Page 109: Obtaining Up-to-date Configuration Details

    Follow these steps to view the file. 1. Press the power-on button. 2. Press the CD-ROM drive eject button. 3. Place the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM in the drive, and press the eject button again to close the drive. Configuring the HP NetServer...

  • Page 110

    BIOS Setup Utility. 8. Select Readme File and read it carefully before beginning your installation. The Readme file contains the latest information to help you install your HP NetServer. Configuration Assistant Configuration Assistant guides you through the steps necessary to configure the HP NetServer.

  • Page 111: Running Configuration Assistant And Installation Assistant, Express Configuration

    10 seconds, and turn the power on again. If the system fails to start, follow the instructions on the screen. 1. You may need to set the language, time, and date when the HP NetServer Navigator starts.

  • Page 112

    Perform a manual NOS installation if you are installing a NOS other than certain versions of Novell NetWare/IntranetWare or Microsoft Windows NT Server, or if you have replaced any HP components. For Manual NOS Installation Only: Before you perform a manual NOS...

  • Page 113

    I/O port ranges, DMA channels, and interrupt (IRQ) levels. Configure Disk Array: This configures your HP disk array, but requires you to fill out the Disk Array Configuration Worksheet before proceeding. Click Help for more details.

  • Page 114: Custom Configuration

    Configure Remote Management: This executes the Integrated Remote Assistant configuration utility. Configure Disk Array: This configures your HP disk array, but requires you to fill out the Disk Array Configuration Worksheet, before proceeding. Click Help for more details. Execute Card Utilities: This executes the available configuration utilities for installed cards.

  • Page 115: Replicate Configuration, Nos Installation

    Create Drivers Diskette(s): On the Create Drivers Diskette(s) screen, select Create Drivers Diskette(s) to create one or more customized diskettes containing HP drivers and configuration files to use when you install the NOS. Print and Read Instructions: You may already have done this directly from the Custom Configuration menu option Show NOS Instructions.

  • Page 116: Hp Management Solutions, Toptools For Servers

    SCSI controllers, NICs, and power supplies, as well as environmental problems with temperature and voltage Unified event log to review a complete history of HP NetServer activity in one place Predictive disk problem warning backed by HP pre-failure warranty...

  • Page 117: Toptools Remote Control

    TopTools Remote Control The TopTools Remote Control Card, which may be bundled with the system, provides a management function for the HP NetServer. It enables remote LAN or modem-based server management and alerting through a pager or e-mail for improved remote administration of your NetServer.

  • Page 118: Hp Integrated Remote Assistant

    Chapter 10 HP Integrated Remote Assistant Your HP NetServer comes with a built in product called the HP Integrated Remote Assistant (referred to as Integrated RA). Integrated RA combines intelligent hardware and software for your NetServer that provides administrators with instant notification of NetServer operations and events.

  • Page 119: Pcanywhere32, Netserver Utilities

    Symantec Corporation that allows you to take control of Microsoft Windows NT Servers across the network or over a modem. Refer to the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM for details, or the HP TopTools Remote Control User Guide.

  • Page 120: Setup Utility, Starting The Setup Utility, Menu Bar

    Chapter 10 Setup Utility The HP NetServer has a Setup Utility (BIOS) in read-only memory. The utility features several system configuration and housekeeping options, including security, and system console characteristics. The following sections tell how to access the Setup Utility and how to perform selected tasks.

  • Page 121: Using The Setup Screens

    PS/2 mouse from functioning. Flexible Disk & IDE Settings – Use this menu to change the flexible disk type and IDE settings of the HP NetServer's configuration. This would include selecting the hard drive's characteristics, manually or automatically, and selecting which drive would be the Primary Master or Slave.

  • Page 122: Changing The System Date And Time

    Esc key to close the pop-up without making a selection. Changing the System Date and Time Use this topic to change the HP NetServer’s date and time and refer to the following procedure. 1. To reach the Setup Utility, boot or reboot the system and press F2 when prompted.

  • Page 123: Setting The Hp Netserver's Boot Passwords

    Then the HP NetServer reboots. Setting the HP NetServer’s Boot Passwords Use this topic to set a password to boot the HP NetServer. Further, you can have a separate administrator password and a user password, but the user password is limited in access once booted.

  • Page 124

    Password, but may choose to skip setting the User Password. NOTE You must set the Administrator Password before changing a User Password or configuring the HP NetServer to boot with a password. 4. Press the Enter key to enter a new password or change the old one.

  • Page 125

    12. Press Enter to toggle [Disabled] to "Enabled" in the Network Server Mode field. Setting this mode to Enabled will cause the HP NetServer to prompt for a password when booting from a diskette or a CD-ROM, but will not require a password when booting from a hard drive.

  • Page 126: Changing Internal Device Boot Priority

    System board. Changing Internal Device Boot Priority You can change the boot priority of the HP NetServer’s internal mass storage devices: the CD-ROM, the flexible disk drive (or other removable device), and hard drives connected to the HP NetServer’s internal SCSI ports.

  • Page 127

    The list provides the current boot order of the internal device types, including a NIC in the HP NetServer connected to a network with a boot prom. If the [Hard Drive] selection is moved to the top of the boot list, it will use the logical hard drive selected in Steps 5-6 to boot the system.

  • Page 128: Clearing Cmos

    Utility. To clear the CMOS of the configuration settings, you must use the configuration switch on the system board. 1. Power down the HP NetServer and gain access to the system board. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer."...

  • Page 129: Scsi Configuration Utility

    Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators." 4. Allow the HP NetServer to boot the operating system. 5. Shut down the operating system and power down the HP NetServer. Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators." 6. Reset switch 5 from On (closed) to Off (open) on the system board’s configuration switch block.

  • Page 130: Running The Navigator Cd-rom On A Windows Pc

    Online Documentation CD-ROM. Running the Navigator CD-ROM on a Windows PC Using the HP Navigator CD-ROM in any Windows PC does not allow you to perform any configuration tasks, but it does allow you to view the configuration instructions before or after installing and setting up your HP NetServer. The Navigator CD-ROM will autorun on any PC with Windows 95 , Windows 98 , or Windows NT .

  • Page 131

    "Guide to Configure Server." You may use this screen to create the required diskettes for "BIOS Update Diskette – LC 2000," or utilities such as "HP DiagTools." This menu selection is the same one offered by the Navigator CD-ROM if run on the HP NetServer.

  • Page 132: Up-to-date Configuration Details

    CD-ROM, in "What's New on the CD," in "System README," or in "Guide to Configure Server." Use these sources to learn about applicable compatibility issues and get the latest list of HP-tested peripherals and accessories. Refer to the Test Products List in Configuration Advisor.

  • Page 133

    The screens may display all or some of the following icons at the bottom of the screen. Exit – This icon allow you to exit the HP Navigator Program. Toolbox – This icon allows you to launch tools and utilities.

  • Page 135: Information Assistant, Overview, Using Information Assistant, Getting Help, Finding Information

    Information Assistant help system. Restart from the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM on the NetServer and run Information Assistant, or install Information Assistant as an application program on a Windows client machine (see the section "Installing HP Information Assistant Software"). Getting Help The Help button displays the help system for Information Assistant.

  • Page 136

    Chapter 11 Search for a word or phrase using Search. Search performs full-text searches for topic text. It not only takes you to the topic found, but highlights the word or words found by the search. You can use search operators such as AND, OR, NOT, and NEAR to further narrow your search.

  • Page 137: Copying And Printing Information, Installing Hp Information Assistant Software, Installing From The Cd-rom

    Installing HP Information Assistant Software HP Information Assistant runs on a PC running Windows 3.1 and above, Windows 95 or Windows NT. Install it from the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM onto the client system that will manage the NetServer.

  • Page 139: Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Tools

    12 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Tools If you are having problems installing your HP NetServer, there are a number of different tools available for troubleshooting. HP NetServer Information Assistant (see Chapter 11) contains the following tools: Troubleshooting Information Parts Information List of Error Messages and Beep Codes...

  • Page 140: Common Installation Problems, If The System Will Not Power On

    Information Assistant. For problems with the disk array controller board (DAC), if you have one, refer to the HP NetRAID Series User Guide for HP NetRAID and HP NetRAID-1 in Information Assistant. For problems with HP TopTools, refer to the HP TopTools Administrator Guide on the HP Web Site at: http://www.hp.com/toptools...

  • Page 141: Troubleshooting Sequence

    First ensure the HP NetServer is properly configured. Most system problems are the result of incorrect system and SCSI subsystem configurations. If it is a network-related error, determine if the HP NetServer has enough memory and hard disk drive capacity. Consult your network operating system (NOS) manual.

  • Page 142: Error Message Is Displayed

    3. Correct the error before proceeding, even if the HP NetServer appears to start successfully. 4. If the HP NetServer starts, but the POST hardware test still reports an error message, clear the system configuration memory, as described in "Clearing the System Configuration."...

  • Page 143: No Error Messages Displayed

    Chapter 12 The following table describes common errors and the corrective action you may take to remedy the problem: Table 12-1. POST Error Messages Message Corrective Action Operating system Check whether the drive from which you are booting has not found the power and SCSI flat cables connected.

  • Page 144

    Install a VRM next to each installed processor. After Installing an Accessory 1. Turn off the HP NetServer, monitor, and any external devices. 2. Unplug all cables from the power outlet. 3. Remove the front bezel and left side cover (or top cover).

  • Page 145: Clearing The System Configuration

    Replace the covers and connect all cables. Turn on the display and the HP NetServer. If the HP NetServer now works, replace the boards and accessories one at a time to determine which one is causing the problem. Clearing the System Configuration...

  • Page 146

    3. Move the configuration memory switch, switch 5 on the system board, to the "ON = Clear Config" position. 4. Plug in the power cord, and turn on power to the HP NetServer. The following message is displayed: Configuration has been cleared, set Clear...

  • Page 147: Hardware Problems, Display Does Not Work

    If the HP NetServer has a large amount of memory installed, it may take one minute for the first screen to display. 1. If nothing is displayed on the screen, but the HP NetServer starts and the keyboard, flexible disk drive, other disk drives, and other peripheral devices seem to operate properly, do the following: Verify the monitor is plugged in and power is turned on.

  • Page 148: Keyboard Or Mouse Do Not Work, Cd-rom Drive Does Not Work

    1. Verify the keyboard and mouse are connected to the correct ports. Refer to Chapter 2, "Controls, Ports, and Indicators" and the I/O panel label on the rear panel of the HP NetServer. 2. For a mouse error, verify the mouse is configured correctly in the "Keyboard and Mouse Settings"...

  • Page 149: Hard Disk Drives Do Not Work, Password Problems

    3. Refer to Figures 12-1 and 12-2, and move switch 6 on the system board (labeled "Clear Password") to the ON position. 4. Plug in the power cord, turn on power to the HP NetServer, and allow it to complete its startup routine.

  • Page 150: Battery Problems

    Chapter 12 8. Plug in the power cord, turn on power to the HP NetServer, and allow it to complete its startup routine. 9. If you wish to set the password again, during the power-on system hardware test press the F2 function key to start the Setup Utility.

  • Page 151

    6. Replace the left side cover (or top cover) and the front bezel, and reconnect the power cord. Refer to Chapter 3, "Opening and Closing the HP NetServer." 7. Restore power to the HP NetServer according to the respective NOS’s power up instructions. 8. Reset the Date and Time in the Setup Utility.

  • Page 153: Alternative Rack Mounting, Introduction

    This chapter provides the instructions for mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Systems rack. Figure 13-1 shows the Systems rack. If you have the newer HP System/E or System/U racks, go to Chapter 8. If you are mounting the NetServer in a non-HP rack, see the documentation in the appropriate rack accessory kit.

  • Page 154

    Chapter 13 The HP NetServer LC 2000r rack mount kit requires five EIA units of space in the rack. Before mounting the NetServer, plan for the NetServer’s location in the rack relative to other rack components. Proper placement is vital both for safety and operating efficiency.

  • Page 155

    Consider the effect of circuit overloading on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Reliable Earth Grounding – Maintain reliable grounding of rack-mounted equipment. Give particular attention to supply connections not directly connected to the branch circuit: such as, using non-HP power strips. Alternative Rack Mounting...

  • Page 156: Hp Netserver Rack Mount Parts List, Preparing The Rack, Mounting Column Adapters

    Template Mounting Column Adapters Use this section to connect the two column adapters to the HP Systems rack, which are required for the Universal Bezel. The rack template and marking pen are used to identify and mark the locations for the column adapters. The column adapters attach to the front columns using the captive screws on the column adapters and don't require any rack nuts.

  • Page 157

    Chapter 13 1. Find the rack-mounting template for the HP Systems rack. If the HP NetServer is still in its box, the template should be in the accessories tray sitting on top of the NetServer itself. 2. Hold the template alongside the outside face (front) of the left front rack column.

  • Page 158: Attaching The Slides To The Rack

    This section provides the instructions for connecting the mounting slides to the rack. The slides’ mounting flanges are not used in the HP System Rack and must be detached before fastening the mounting slides in the rack. Instead of the flanges, the studs on the slide are inserted in holes on the inside face (the side) of the rack columns.

  • Page 159

    Ensure the front end of the slide -- the extending end when pulled -- faces the front of the rack. Alternative Rack Mounting Right Rear Studs on slides will mount through this face of columns. Right Front Bottom of HP NetServer...

  • Page 160

    Chapter 13 c. Insert the slide’s two threaded studs into the marked holes on the sides of the left-front and left-rear rack columns. See Figures 13-4 and 13-5. d. Tighten the nuts on both screws. Anti-tip Foot Figure 13-5. Securing the Slides to the Rack 10.

  • Page 161

    Chapter 13 Placing the HP NetServer in the Rack Use this topic to place the HP NetServer safely in the rack. The following topics provide instruction for installing the Cable Management Arm and Bezel. WARNING To prevent rack instability while mounting the HP NetServer pull the rack’s anti-tip foot forward out of the bottom.

  • Page 162

    Figure 13-9. CAUTION The HP NetServer weighs 80 lbs. (36 kg). To avoid accidents, use two people when placing the HP NetServer into the rack. 4. With the help of at least one other person, lift the NetServer by its four handles.

  • Page 163

    Chapter 13 The mounting tabs in the slides should be in position to fit into the openings in chassis. See Figures 13-6 and 13-7. 8. Lower the NetServer onto the slide members. The NetServer’s handles will temporarily support the NetServer on the slides.

  • Page 164

    Figure 13-9. Pressing in the Release Latches 14. Verify the NetServer will slide all the way into the rack, before continuing with the procedures. 15. Go to "Attaching the Cable Management Arm" before securing the HP NetServer in the rack. Alternative Rack Mounting...

  • Page 165

    1. Ensure the HP NetServer LC 2000r is pushed all the way into the rack. 2. At the rear of the HP NetServer, place rack nuts on the left column in the 12th and 14th holes above the baseline (bottom) of the NetServer.

  • Page 166

    7. Extend the NetServer out of the rack to ensure the Cable Management Arm moves along with the chassis without binding. NOTE Refer to the HP NetServer LC 2000r Rack Cabling Reference Guide, for information about cable dressing and routing. 8. If the Cable Management Arm moves with the chassis and the rack installation appears to be successful, slide the NetServer into the rack.

  • Page 167

    NetServer. Attaching the Front Bezel The front bezel attaches to the HP NetServer by a hinge on the left and a catch on the right. The hinge has three spring-loaded hinge pins to secure the bezel. The bezel is held in place on the right with a catch allowing the bezel to swing open when pulled from the right.

  • Page 168

    2. Press down on the blue Bezel Release tab shown in Figure 13-12. Figure 13-13. Attaching the Bezel to the NetServer 3. Press the bezel onto the front of the HP NetServer and release the Blue Tab to engage the hinge pins. See Figures 13-12 and 13-13.

  • Page 169: A Specifications, Power Requirements

    32 AMPs peak (2 power supplies) North America: a 20 A minimum delayed action circuit recommended for each 16 A power distribution unit (PDU) that is connected to an HP NetServer LC 2000/2000r. Europe (single server in a rack): use a 16 A-minimum circuit with one IEC MCB C-type breaker for each 16-Amp PDU.

  • Page 170

    Appendix A Power Supply AC Voltage selection for this NetServer is automatically determined by the power supply. Table A-3. Power Supply Requirements (Single Unit) AC Input Power (50/60 Hz) Maximum Continuous Input Power Output Power The power cord set found in your shipping box has been approved for use in the country where the NetServer was purchased.

  • Page 171: Environmental Requirements

    Environmental Requirements The specifications listed below can vary if you install a mass storage device in your HP NetServer that has more stringent environmental limits. Ensure the operating environment is suitable for all mass storage devices in use. Table A-5. Environmental Requirements...

  • Page 172: Physical Requirements

    Appendix A Physical Requirements Table A-6. LC 2000r Weight and Dimensions Height 216 mm (8.5 in) Width 445 mm (17.5 in) Depth 675 mm (26.5 in) 36 kg (80 lb) Weight Weight excludes monitor and keyboard Table A-7. LC 2000 Weight and Dimensions 565 mm (22.3 in) with pedestal...

  • Page 173: Video Support

    SCO UnixWare 7.0 OS/2 WarpServer Linux The HP NetServer uses an embedded video chip (ATI RageIIC) in the system board, which provides the resolutions found in Table A-10. The HP NetServer uses 2 MB of SGRAM memory, but cannot be upgraded.

  • Page 175: B Regulatory Information, Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance, Notice For United States

    B Regulatory Information Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements have been established in many countries to regulate the radio frequency energy generated by Information Technology Equipment (ITE). This energy is generated during the normal and intended use of this equipment and so it is limited by country regulations to levels intended to minimize potential interference to other electrical equipment, including public safety services.

  • Page 176: Notice For Canada (industry Canada)

    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help. Hewlett-Packard’s system certification tests were conducted with HP-supported peripheral devices and HP shielded cables, such as those you receive with your computer. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

  • Page 177: Notice For Japan

    Appendix B Notice for Japan The configuration of the NetServer you have purchased may be in either the class A or class B category. For products labeled as Class B: This equipment is in the Class B category information technology equipment based on the rules of Voluntary Control Council For Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI).

  • Page 178: Notice For Korea

    Appendix B Notice for Korea The configuration of the NetServer you have purchased may be in either the class A or class B category. Class A Equipment: Please note that this equipment has been approved for business purposes with regards to electromagnetic interference, if purchased in error for use in residential area, you may wish to exchange the equipment where you purchased it.

  • Page 179: Notice For Taiwan, Notice For European Union

    Appendix B Notice for Taiwan Class A Warning Statement Notice for European Union For Class A Products WARNING Class A Products: In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Radio Frequency Emissions Warning for Accessories This product has been found to comply with CISPR 22 Class B EMC emission limits.

  • Page 180: Declaration Of Conformity (us, Eu, Australia)

    European Contact: Your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office or Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Department ZQ / Standards Europe, Herrenberger Straße 130, D-7030 Böblingen (FAX: + 49-7031 Regulatory Information Hewlett-Packard Company 10955 Tantau Avenue Cupertino, CA 95015 USA Network Server HP NetServer LC 2000/LC 2000r...

  • Page 181: Regulatory Notices - Product Safety, Cd-rom And Laser Safety Statements

    Appendix B Regulatory Notices - Product Safety The following information applies only to servers with factory-installed components. CD-ROM and Laser Safety Statements The following information applies only to servers with factory-installed drives. CD-ROM Electrical Safety Statement – United States WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.

  • Page 182

    LASERTURVALLISUUS LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT HP NetServer LC 2000/LC 2000r - verkkopalvelimeen voidaan asentaa lisävarusteena laitteensisainen CD-ROM-lukulaite, joka on laserlaite. Kyseinen CD-ROM-lukulaite on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1 laserlaite. Normaalissa käytössä lukulaitteen suojakotelo estää laseräteen pääsyn laiteen ulkopuolelle.

  • Page 183: Battery Statements

    Appendix B CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT LASSER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT Battery Statements This product uses a lithium battery. Battery Statements – United States WARNING Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.

  • Page 184: Noise And Ergonomic Safety Statements

    Appendix B Noise and Ergonomic Safety Statements Noise Declaration and Ergonomics - Germany Sound Pressure: LpA < 55 dB (A) am Arbeitsplatz, Beobachter Position (workplace, bystander position) normaler Betrieb (normal operation) nach DIN 45635 T. 19 (per ISO 7779) This product has not been evaluated for compliance with the ZH1/618/ISO 9241 ergonomic requirements.

  • Page 185: C Service And Support

    C Service and Support For all Service and Support information, see the HP NetServer Warranty and Service/Support Booklet included with your product.

  • Page 187: D Warranty And Software License, Warranty, Hp Software Product License Agreement

    The following License Terms govern your use of the accompanying Software unless you have a separate signed agreement with HP. License Grant. HP grants you a license to Use one copy of the Software. "Use" means storing, loading, installing, executing or displaying the Software. You may not modify the Software or disable any licensing or control features of the Software.

  • Page 188

    Support Utility software may be used only for restoring the hard disk of the HP computer system with which the Recovery CD originally was provided, and (ii) if separate EULA(s) are included with your Computer for any other MS products which are included on the Recovery CD, those MS products are subject to the terms of their respective EULA(s).

  • Page 189: Index

    CMOS, 120 Configuration Switch Block reset password, 118 Configuration, Express, 103 Configuration, replicate, 107 configuring the HP NetServer. See Setup Utility. See SCSI configuration utility. See HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM control panel buttons and indicators, 9...

  • Page 190

    Index covers removing, 22, 28 custom configuration, 106 DAC, 132 DAT tape drive error codes, 13 DiagTools, 111 support ticket, 111 DIMM installation 90 angle to system board, 57 DIMM sizes 1 GBbyte, 56 128 MB, 56 256 MB, 56 512 MB, 56 64 MB, 56 DIMMs...

  • Page 191

    18 rack installation, 79 rack mount kit, 82, 148 SCSI configuration utility, 121 Setup Utility, 112 HP NetServer Hard Disk Drive Troubleshooting Guide, 141 HP NetServer LC 2000 Remote Administrator Guide, 132 HP NetServer LC 2000r Cable Management Arm, 1...

  • Page 192

    77 processors supported processors, 71 Product Safety, 173 rack safety locks, 25 Rack removing LC 2000r, 25 weight and dimensions, 164 rack installation alternative, 145 anti-tip foot, 85 rack model height requirement, 149 rack mount kit parts list, 82, 148...

  • Page 193

    regulatory information, 167 Regulatory Notices - Electromagnetic Compliance, 167 Regulatory Notices - Product Safety, removing processor cage cover, 75 termination, 76 removing covers, 22, 28 Replicate configuration, 107 Reset button, 10 disabled, 10 reset password Configuration Switch Block:, 118 safety locks rack, 25 SCSI HVD devices, 53...

  • Page 194

    BIOS Update, 111 changing time, 114 Configuration Assistant utilities, 102 DiagTools, 111 event log report, 111 hard drive formatting, 102 HP NetServer Assistant, 111 Information Assistant, 127 Navigator CD-ROM utilities, 111 PowerWise Assistant, 111 SCSI configuration utility, 121 Setup, 102...

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