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Areas Covered
Before Reading This Manual
This section explains the notes for your safety and conventions used in this manual.
Chapter 1
Overview
This chapter explains component names and basic operations of this server, as well as an
overview of the software provided with this server. In addition, the workflow, from placing the
server to starting the operation, is also described.
Chapter 2
Checking before OS Installation
This chapter explains the preparation and cautions for the server before OS installation. Observe
this chapter before starting installation.
Chapter 3
OS Installation
This chapter explains how to install the OS in the server using ServerStart.
Chapter 4
Operations after OS Installation
This chapter explains the operations to be performed after OS installation. Be sure to perform
these operations before operating the server.
Chapter 5
High Reliability Tools
For stable PRIMERGY server operations, we recommend that high reliability tools be installed.
This chapter explains the installation and necessary settings of high reliability tools.
Chapter 6
Installing Internal Options
This chapter explains how to install and remove the various hardware options.
Chapter 7
Configuring Hardware and Utilities
This chapter explains how to make the environment settings necessary to operate the server and
how to use each utility.
Chapter 8
Operation and Maintenance
This chapter explains the operations that become necessary after starting to use this server as well
as daily care and maintenance.
Appendix
This appendix explains the specifications for the server and for its internal options.
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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Areas Covered Before Reading This Manual This section explains the notes for your safety and conventions used in this manual. Chapter 1 Overview This chapter explains component names and basic operations of this server, as well as an overview of the software provided with this server.

  • Page 2: For Your Safety

    Note that data protection is not guaranteed when repairs are performed. It is the customer's responsibility to maintain backup copies in advance. In case of data loss, Fujitsu assumes no liability for data maintenance or restoration and damages that occur as a result of the data loss for any reason, except for items covered under warranty.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Remarks Warning descriptions Various symbols are used throughout this manual. These are used to emphasize important points for your safety and that of others. The following are the symbols and their meanings. Fully understand these symbols when reading this manual.

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    Entering commands (Keys) Command entries are displayed in the following way. • At each blank in a command line (as pointed out above), press the [Space] key once. • When using Windows or DOS OS, commands are not case sensitive. •...

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Abbreviations The following expressions and abbreviations are used throughout this manual. table: Abbreviations of product names Product name Expressions and abbreviations PRIMERGY RX600 S4 RX600 S4 or the server ® ® Windows Server 2008 Standard Windows Server 2008 Windows Microsoft...

  • Page 6: Reference Information

    Latest information about software provided with this server For the latest information regarding ServerStart and other software provided with this server, refer to the Fujitsu PRIMERGY website (http://primergy.fujitsu.com). Warning and Caution Labels Warning and caution labels are found on the server.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Contents Chapter 1 Overview 1.1 RX600 S4 ..........14 1.2 Supplied Software .

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    3.2.4 Application Wizard ......... . . 69 3.2.5 Starting OS Installation .

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 5.4.2 How to Use ..........113 Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.1 Before Installing Internal Options .

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    7.2.8 Advanced Memory Configuration Submenu ..... . 166 7.2.9 Advanced Processor Configurations Submenu ....167 7.2.10 PCI Configuration Submenu .

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide B Specifications for Internal Options ..... 222 B.1 CPU ............222 B.2 Memory .

  • Page 13: Chapter 1 Overview

    Chapter 1 Overview This chapter explains component names and basic operations of this server, as well as an overview of the software provided with this server. In addition, the workflow, from placing the server to starting the operation, is also described.

  • Page 14: Rx600 S4

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.1 RX600 S4 This is a rack type server with high-performance, high-reliability, and high-scalability, having the following features. High reliability Advanced memory protection functions This server supports the Single Device Data Correction (SDDC) function with fully-buffered memory. For the entire memory, you can also set the memory sparing function or the memory mirroring function;...

  • Page 15: High Reliability Tools

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide High reliability tools High reliability tools, such as ServerView which is a tool for monitoring the server status, offer further stable system operation. Refer to "1.2.2 High Reliability Tools" ( pg.19) for details. High-speed processing ®...

  • Page 16: Supplied Software

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.2 Supplied Software The following software is supplied together with the server. ServerStart supports setting up the system and high reliability tools to prevent troubles while server system is running. 1.2.1 Setup Support Tool - ServerStart ServerStart is an initial setup support tool for PRIMERGY. It offers simple procedures for setup and proper installation for recommended drivers.

  • Page 17: Network Configuration

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Some operations such as a license window and media replacements are required to be performed manually. High reliability tools are software with comprehensive strength for stable system operation of the server management. Merit with ServerStart setup Network configuration ServerStart can configure a network on server installation.

  • Page 18: Tool Bar

    Chapter 1 Overview Tool bar For the Expert mode Goes to the Returns to the Changes the size Ends ServerStart. next page. previous page. of icons. Goes to one tier Returns to Resets the status the main screen. upper. function. While the wizard is running, do not click the icon to move to the previous or next window or to upper tree level.

  • Page 19: High Reliability Tools

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 1.2.2 High Reliability Tools High reliability tools provide comprehensive supports for stable system operations of the server. The following tools have individual management function through normal operations to restoration from errors: • Server monitoring tools •...

  • Page 20: Installing High Reliability Tools

    Chapter 1 Overview LAN driver advanced setup tool This tool sets details on the LAN. ® Intel PROSet ® Intel PROSet is a tool for detailed LAN settings when you use Teaming function or configure VLAN. 1.2.3 Installing High Reliability Tools Collective installation of all high reliability tools, provided with PRIMERGY, may be made by specifying them in "Application Wizard".

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide To use all functions of ServerView, "Java2 Runtime Environment Standard Edition" and "Web server" are required. When using ServerStart to install the OS, "Java2 Runtime Environment Standard Edition" is installed automatically. For Web server, you can use either of the following by selecting a menu.

  • Page 22: Component Names And Functions

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.3 Component Names and Functions This section explains the component names and functions of the server and baseboard. 1.3.1 Server (front view) a CD/DVD drive The drive reads data or programs from a CD/DVD. b CD/DVD access LED The LED blinks when data is being read from a CD/DVD.

  • Page 23: Video Connector

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide f Video connector ( Connect a display cable. The display may not function properly depending on the OS in use. Use the video connector on the rear. g USB connector ( Connect peripheral equipment conforming to the USB standard (2.0 or 1.1). h Hard disk access LED ( The LED is lit when data is being written to or read from a hard disk.

  • Page 24: System Reset Button

    Chapter 1 Overview o System reset button ( Press the button to reset and restart the system. Do not restart the system when the hard disk access LED is blinking. Data in the hard disk may be damaged. p Maintenance button The button is used for maintenance by your support personnel.

  • Page 25: Server (rear View)

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 1.3.2 Server (rear view) a USB connector ( Connect peripheral equipment conforming to the USB standard (2.0 or 1.1). b Video connector ( Connect a display cable. c Serial port connector ( Connect a cable of peripheral equipment conforming to the RS-232C standard such as a modem. d PCI slot Install expansion cards.

  • Page 26: System Id Led

    Chapter 1 Overview g Onboard LAN (10/100/1000BASE-T) port ( Connect Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cables. For 1000Mbps connection, a category 5 enhanced cable is required. For 10Mbps/100Mbps connection, a category 5 or higher cable is required. Indications of LEDs are shown in the table below. table: Indication of LAN port LED LED location Description...

  • Page 27: Server (internal)

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 1.3.3 Server (internal) a 5-inch storage bay Install a 5-inch internal device. b 2.5-inch storage bay Install internal hard disk units. c CPU Install CPUs. Two CPUs are installed as a standard feature. d PCI slot Install expansion cards that enhance the server functions.

  • Page 28: Baseboard

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.3.4 Baseboard a SAS array controller card connector This is a connector for the SAS array controller card installed as a standard feature. b SATA connector Connect a SATA cable of the internal DVD-ROM unit. c USB connector When a 5-inch internal device option (USB) is installed, connect the USB cable.

  • Page 29: Memory Board

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide h PCI slot Install expansion cards: from bottom to top in the figure, PCI slot 1 through 7. i Memory board slot A and B The slots are for memory board A and B. Memory board A and B are installed as a standard feature.

  • Page 30: Standard Operations

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.4 Standard Operations This section explains standard operations such as turning the server on/off and handling the disk drive. 1.4.1 Opening the Rack Door This section explains how to open the front and rear doors of the 40U standard rack. For other racks, refer to the manual supplied with the rack.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Turn the handle in the direction of the arrow, and pull it. Turn and then pull Opening the rear door Turn the rack key, and pull the rack handle up.

  • Page 32: Turning On The Server

    When operating the device outside of this operating environment, the server may operate improperly, damage data etc. Furthermore, Fujitsu cannot be held responsible for any related damage, malfunction, or loss of data, etc. • The fans rotate at high speed immediately after the server is turned on, but this is not defective.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Make sure the CD/DVD drive is empty. Turn on the display and peripheral devices. Press the system power button on the front of the server. The server's system power LED is lit green. When the power is turned on, the server performs Power On Self Tests (POST). If any abnormalities are detected by POST, error messages are displayed.

  • Page 34: Turning Off The Server

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.4.3 Turning Off the Server • In the event of smoke or sparks, immediately disconnect the electric cord. Failure to do so may lead to a fire or electric shock. • Follow the procedures below to turn off the server. Data can be lost if these procedures are not followed correctly.

  • Page 35: Inserting And Ejecting A Cd/dvd

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 1.4.4 Inserting and Ejecting a CD/DVD This section explains how to insert and eject a CD/DVD. To prevent causes of mechanical failures, observe the precautions about handling CD/DVD stated below. • Do not look at the light source of the CD/DVD drive laser beam directly. Doing Vision Damage so may lead to visual damage.

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    Chapter 1 Overview Inserting a CD/DVD Make sure the server is turned on, and press the CD/DVD eject button. The CD/DVD tray comes out a little. CD/DVD eject button Pull the CD/DVD tray open. Place the CD/DVD with the label side up at the center of the tray. Support the CD/DVD tray with your hand, and place the CD/DVD until it clicks.

  • Page 37: How To Use The Lcd Panel

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Ejecting a CD/DVD To eject a CD/DVD, make sure that the CD/DVD access LED is off, and then press the CD/DVD eject button. 1.4.5 How to Use the LCD Panel This server is equipped with an LCD that displays the server status. This lets you check the server status on the LCD, both when the system is operating normally and when an error occurs, and promptly take the necessary action.

  • Page 38: System Information

    Chapter 1 Overview To close the LCD panel, simply reverse the open procedure. At this time, make sure the panel is facing straight upwards before closing it. Operation of the LCD panel Display Cursor keys Usually, the initial screen is displayed on the LCD. Use the cursor keys at the side of the display to see various information messages.

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    When the system is in operation, the information displayed on the LCD panel changes in the following order by pressing the button, "Initial screen" – "System information" – "User-defined information" – "Error log" – "BIOS POST code". FUJITSU Releases ROOM21 SERVER 001 * The display is an example.

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    Keeps pressing System Event Log System Event Log Message 1 of 40 Message 39 of 40 Releases Releases Housing open Exit. Temp is High 27.01.2008 10:23:40 27.02.2008 13:16:03 Power On Self Test Releases Self Test Code: F8 Keeps pressing FUJITSU...

  • Page 41: Workflow

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 1.5 Workflow To start the server operation, perform the following procedures. Installing the server Refer to "Safety Precautions" and "Start Guide" to install the server on a suitable location. Preparing the server - Install internal options - Set configurations of hardware Refer to "2.1 Preparation on the Server", "Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options"...

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    Chapter 1 Overview...

  • Page 43: Chapter 2 Checking Before Os Installation

    Chapter 2 Checking before OS Installation This chapter explains the preparation and cautions for the server before OS installation. Observe this chapter before starting installation. 2.1 Preparation on the Server ......2.2 Selecting an Installation Method .

  • Page 44: Preparation On The Server

    Chapter 2 Checking before OS Installation 2.1 Preparation on the Server Before starting OS installation, prepare the server and perform hardware settings. 2.1.1 Installing Optional Devices For details on how to install optional devices, refer to "Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options" ( pg.115). When using Internal Data Cartridge Drive Unit To install an OS with Internal Data Cartridge Drive Unit installed, check that no data cartridge is inserted.

  • Page 45: Lan Cable

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Cautions for installing a memory module The supported maximum capacity varies depending on the OS to be installed. Furthermore, since the server uses part of memory as PCI resources, the maximum available capacity has limitation. The table below describes maximum installable memory capacity and available memory capacity.

  • Page 46: Hardware Settings

    Chapter 2 Checking before OS Installation 2.1.2 Hardware Settings Setting BIOS Setup Utility is required in the following case. For details on how to set BIOS Setup Utility, refer to "7.2 BIOS Setup Utility" ( pg.157). When changing boot drives To change boot drives, start up BIOS Setup Utility, select the [Boot] menu, and then change boot drives.

  • Page 47: Selecting An Installation Method

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 2.2 Selecting an Installation Method This section explains supported OS and installation modes when installing an OS by using ServerStart. 2.2.1 Supported OS The following operating systems can be installed by using ServerStart V6.711. ® ®...

  • Page 48: Precautions On Installation

    Chapter 2 Checking before OS Installation 2.3 Precautions on Installation Observe all the following notes before starting OS installation. 2.3.1 Installation Partition Size The installation partition sizes are stated as below when using ServerStart to install your OS. • Maximum size: 2TB •...

  • Page 49: Cautions For Using Serverstart

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide When a RAID-configured disk is used Before using a RAID-configured disk, delete a physical pack. The number of hard disk units If the number of actually installed units is less than that of the setting for the number of units (plus one, when hot spare is specified), installation using ServerStart is aborted because of an error.

  • Page 50: Automatic Driver Installation With Serverstart

    Chapter 2 Checking before OS Installation Display of onboard LAN Display of an onboard LAN on the OS is as below when OS installation is performed with ServerStart. table: Display of onboard LAN Property on LAN port LAN device name My Network Onboard LAN Local Area Connection...

  • Page 51: Chapter 3 Os Installation

    Chapter 3 OS Installation This chapter explains how to install the OS in the server using ServerStart. 3.1 Quick Installation Mode ......3.2 Expert Mode .

  • Page 52: Quick Installation Mode

    Chapter 3 OS Installation 3.1 Quick Installation Mode In the Quick Installation mode, the OS is installed after configuring minimum required settings. To install the OS quickly and easily, use the Quick Installation mode. To install the OS while maintaining the established RAID environment, select the Quick Installation mode.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Insert the ServerStart floppy disk supplied with the server. Make sure that "on local drive (floppy/USB stick)" and "A:" are selected, and click [Continue]. Set the ServerStart floppy disk in the write-enabled state. When installing the OS without using the ServerStart floppy disk, select [No status backup], and click [Next].

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    Chapter 3 OS Installation Click [Accept]. The [Welcome to ServerStart] window appears. Select [Quick Installation], and click [Next]. The [Select the Boot Controller and Boot Disk] window appears.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Set configuration of the RAID and disks, and click [Next]. To install the OS while maintaining the established RAID environment Select "Logical Disk 0", and specify partition size to be created. One partition can be created. Select "Logical Disk 0" even if the RAID is not required to be created.

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    Chapter 3 OS Installation Select the OS to be installed, and click [Next]. The [Configure your unattended Windows Installation] window appears. Set the items, and click [Next]. The [Summary] window appears. Confirm the settings, and click [Start Installation]. Click [Start now]. Installation starts.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 3. Insert the OS CD/DVD (Installation disc) Disc 2. After files are copied, a message prompts you to eject the CD/DVD and floppy disk. Eject the CD/DVD and floppy disk, and click [OK]. The system restarts. The system continues the installation operation after the restart. Setup of OS GUI and installation of LAN utility and Active Directory are performed automatically.

  • Page 58: Expert Mode

    Chapter 3 OS Installation 3.2 Expert Mode In the Expert mode, start up Disk Manager, format the installation partition, and install the OS. Use this mode only when you want to perform installation while maintaining the existing partitions. 3.2.1 Starting Up the Expert Mode Start up the Expert mode.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Insert the ServerStart floppy disk supplied with the server. Make sure that "Removable media" and "A:" are selected, and click [Continue]. Set the ServerStart floppy disk in the write-enabled state. When installing the OS without using the ServerStart floppy disk, select [No status backup], and click [Next].

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    Chapter 3 OS Installation Click [Accept]. The [Welcome to ServerStart] window appears. Select [Expert Installation], and click [Next]. The [Create a ServerStart Floppy Disk] window appears.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Click [Build a ServerStart Floppy Disk]. Creation of a ServerStart floppy disk starts. When the creation is completed, the "Floppy disk has been created." message appears. Click [OK]. The [Please Select your Keyboard] window appears. Select your keyboard language from the drop-down list, and click [OK].

  • Page 62

    Chapter 3 OS Installation Click [Install MS (OS) interactively (expertise required)]. The Expert mode starts. Start up the configuration tools to set items. Exiting a tool returns to the display to the Expert mode window. Make sure to open the menu of each wizard and confirm the settings.

  • Page 63: Disk Manager

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 3.2.2 Disk Manager Start up Disk Manager, and format the installation partition. Click [Use Disk Manager to partition and format your disk drives]. Disk Manager starts up. Format the OS installation partition. Select the OS installation partition, and click the [Partition] menu –...

  • Page 64: Os Installation Wizard

    Chapter 3 OS Installation 3.2.3 OS Installation Wizard Set computer information, user information, and the network protocol. ServerStart can configure multiple network patterns. When configuring a domain controller, refer to "Using ServerStart to Configure the Network". The setup windows vary depending on the OS to be installed. For example, operation on Windows Server 2003 R2 is given below.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide The [Computer Identification] window appears. Set items, and click [next]. The [Installation Directory and Time Zone] window appears.

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    Chapter 3 OS Installation Set items, and click [next]. The [User Name] window appears. Set items, and click [next]. The [Display Settings] window appears. Set items, and click [next]. The [Network Protocol] window appears.

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    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Set items, and click [next]. The [Software Components] window appears. If Windows Server 2003 R2 is selected at the Computer Identification, R2 components are always copied to the hard disk. To install the components, click [Properties], and check the box of the components to be installed.

  • Page 68

    Chapter 3 OS Installation Set items, and click [next]. The [Services] window appears. Simple Network Management Protocol is always installed. Click [Properties] to change the set- tings. Set items, and click [leave wizard]. The display returns to the Expert mode window.

  • Page 69: Application Wizard

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 3.2.4 Application Wizard Set configurations for installation of supplied applications such as high reliability tools. Open those windows, and confirm the settings carefully. Click [Application Wizard: Select additional software components]. The application wizard appears. From the list in [Installable applications], select application software to be installed, and click [>>].

  • Page 70: Starting Os Installation

    Chapter 3 OS Installation 3.2.5 Starting OS Installation Install the operating system to the server. Notes on the installation When the installation partition is not empty, a confirmation message appears. Unless otherwise considered as a problem, click [OK] to continue the installation procedure. If an incorrect setting (such as the CD key) is found during installation, an error window will appear.

  • Page 71

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide When a message prompts you to insert the OS CD/DVD, insert the CD/DVD, and click [OK]. For Windows Server 2003 / Windows Server 2003 x64 1. Insert the OS CD/DVD (Installation disc). The license agreement window appears. 2.

  • Page 72

    Chapter 3 OS Installation Configure settings for ServerView. Refer to "2.4 Setting after Installation" in "ServerView User's Guide" to configure the necessary settings. The server setup and OS installation have been completed. Refer to "Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation" ( pg.73), and perform necessary procedures before starting server operations.

  • Page 73

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation This chapter explains the operations to be performed after OS installation. Be sure to perform these operations before operating the server. 4.1 Memory Dump / Paging File Setting ....4.2 Creating Backup Data for System Recovery .

  • Page 74: Chapter 4 Operations After Os Installation

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation 4.1 Memory Dump / Paging File Setting Before starting operating this server, configure the setting for obtaining memory dump. Memory dump Debugging information, when memory dump has been set, will be automatically saved in case that a STOP error (fatal system error) occurs in the system.

  • Page 75: Memory Dump File Setting

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Kernel memory dump Information of only kernel memory space is recorded. The file is stored in the directory displayed in the [Dump file] box. Capacity required for kernel memory dump is as follows. • Paging file: Depending on installed physical memory amount For memory of 256 to 1,373MB - Installed physical memory ×...

  • Page 76

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation Click the [Advanced] tab, and click [Settings] in [Startup and Recovery]. The [Startup and Recovery] window appears. Complete the settings as follows: 1. In the [Write debugging information] section, select the memory dump file type. •...

  • Page 77: Paging File Setting

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Restart the system. The setting is enabled after the system restarts. Paging file setting Set up the paging file according to the following procedures. Log on to the server with the administrator account. Check the free space of the drive where the system has been installed. Check the required free space according to "...

  • Page 78

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation Click the [Advanced] tab. For Windows Server 2008 For Windows Server 2003...

  • Page 79

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide In the [Virtual memory] section, click [Change]. The [Virtual Memory] window appears. For Windows Server 2008 If [Automatically manage paging file size for all drivers] is checked, uncheck it. For Windows Server 2003 Select the drive where the paging file is to be created. In [Drive], select the drive where the system is installed.

  • Page 80

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation Select [Custom size], and enter a value in [Initial size]. The value depends on the type of the set dump file. Set a value larger than the value shown in [Recommended] in [Total paging file size for all drives].

  • Page 81: Creating Backup Data For System Recovery

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 4.2 Creating Backup Data for System Recovery After OS installation is complete, create backup data for system recovery, which enables the system to be recovered if an error occurred. After OS installation or changing the system configuration, make sure to perform this procedure to create backup data.

  • Page 82: Windows Server 2003

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation Creating backup data Follow the procedure below to back up the whole server configuration. Click [Start] – [Administrative Tools] – [Windows Server Backup]. From the operation menu, select [Backup Once]. In [Select backup configuration], select [Full server]. In [Specify destination type], select [Remote shared folder].

  • Page 83

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Click [Finish]. Backup process starts. If a message prompts you to insert a floppy disk, insert the floppy disk, and click [OK]. Automated system recovery disk is created. When the process is completed, a message appears. Eject the floppy disk according to the message, and put a label on it.

  • Page 84: Storing The System Configuration Information

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation 4.3 Storing the System Configuration Information Before starting operations and when changing the system configuration information, store the configuration information. By storing this information, the system can be recovered with the stored information in case of a system failure (such as when the baseboard fails).

  • Page 85: Storing The Bios Information And The Remote Management Controller Information

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 4.3.1 Storing the BIOS Information and the Remote Management Controller Information Store the BIOS information and the Remote Management Controller information according to the following procedures. Before starting the operation, if the boot monitoring function of ServerView is enabled, disable it (it is disabled by default).

  • Page 86: Information

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation 4.3.2 Recovering the BIOS Information and the Remote Management Controller Information If the information configured with BIOS Setup Utility was deleted due to a drain of the built-in server battery, etc., restore the BIOS information according to the following procedures. Do not turn off the server while a program is running.

  • Page 87: Creating Maintenance Tools And Driver Disks

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 4.4 Creating Maintenance Tools and Driver Disks This section explains how to create the server maintenance tools and driver disks with FloppyBuilder function of ServerStart. With FloppyBuilder function of ServerStart, you can create the following tools: •...

  • Page 88

    A message appears that "The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to run this software?" 2. Click [Run]. Execute "SeStSetup.exe" in the disk when [Fujitsu ServerStart Setup] window does not appear. Check the checkbox of [Classic] only, and click [OK].

  • Page 89: Uninstalling Serverstart

    ServerStart has been installed to the client computer. Uninstalling ServerStart Uninstall ServerStart on the client computer according to the following procedure when necessary. Click [Start] – [All Programs] – [Fujitsu Siemens ServerStart] – [Uninstall ServerStart]. Click [OK]. When the uninstallation is executed successfully, ServerStart is deleted.

  • Page 90: Startup Method For Floppybuilder

    Insert PRIMERGY Startup Disc into the client computer. Once [PRIMERGY Startup Disc] window appears, exit the window. Click [Start] – [All Programs] – [Fujitsu Siemens ServerStart] – [ServerStart (Start from DVD)]. ServerStart starts up, and the [Welcome to ServerStart] window appears.

  • Page 91

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Click [FloppyBuilder]. The [ServerStart FloppyBuilder] window appears. For creation on the server Check that a USB floppy disk drive is connected before turning on the server. Turn on the server, and insert PRIMERGY Startup Disc. ServerStart starts up.

  • Page 92

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation Click [Accept]. The [Welcome to ServerStart] window appears. Select [Expert Installation], and click [Next]. The [Welcome to ServerStart] window appears.

  • Page 93: Creating "server Management Tools" Disk

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Click [FloppyBuilder]. The [ServerStart FloppyBuilder] window appears. 4.4.3 Creating "Server Management Tools" Disk Start up ServerStart, and confirm that the FloppyBuilder window is displayed. Click [Server Management Tools]. Click the tool to be created. Insert the prepared floppy disk by following the message. Perform the subsequent operations according to the messages on the window.

  • Page 94: Creating Driver Disks

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation 4.4.4 Creating Driver Disks Prepare floppy disks as many as the number of the drivers to be created. Start up ServerStart, and confirm that the FloppyBuilder window is displayed. Click [Drivers Diskettes (for OS)]. The [FloppyBuilder Driver Disk] window appears.

  • Page 95: Notes Before Operating The Server

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 4.5 Notes before Operating the Server This section explains the settings required before starting to operate the server. For details on the settings, refer to the following URL. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/2003/Library/default.mspx For the settings of the installed application software supplied with the server, refer to the manuals of each of them.

  • Page 96: Drive Letter Assignment In The Expert Mode

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation 4.5.2 Drive Letter Assignment in the Expert Mode In the Expert mode, assignment of a drive letter to a particular partition arbitrarily is not available. Drive letters specified on Disk Manager in the Expert mode will be sequentially assigned from the first partition with "C, D, E..."...

  • Page 97: Using The Fiber Channel Controller (pg-fc202)

    4.5.4 Using the Fiber Channel Controller (PG-FC202) To use the Fiber Channel Controller (PG-FC202), the driver needs to be updated after installing the OS. You can use the driver supplied with the Fiber Channel Controller or download it from the Fujitsu PRIMERGY website (http://primergy.fujitsu.com).

  • Page 98

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation Double-click [Storage] – [Disk Management]. The [Disk Management] window appears. In [Disk Management], right-click the volume to be extended, and then click [Extend Volume]. The [Welcome to the Extend Volume Wizard] window appears. Click [Next]. The [Select Disks] window appears.

  • Page 99

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Reducing the partition size of system drive When reducing the partition size of system drive, follow the procedure below. Log on to the server with administrator privileges. Click [Start] – [All Programs] – [Administrative Tools] – [Server Manager]. Server Manager starts.

  • Page 100: Other Notes On Operation

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation 4.5.7 Other Notes on Operation Unnecessary files After OS installation is completed, folders named Runonce and Runonce2 may be left in the drive where the OS has been installed. Delete these folders since those are not necessary for the system operation. Automated system operation When performing automated system operation, enhancement of the safety operation with this server against unexpected accidents is necessary.

  • Page 101: Lan Driver Advanced Setup [intel ® Proset]

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 4.6 LAN Driver Advanced Setup ® [Intel PROSet] ® "Intel PROSet" is a tool for configuring details on the LAN driver. It is used in the following cases. • Using the Teaming function • Setting up a VLAN •...

  • Page 102: Teaming

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation Select one of the following, and click [Next]. ® The choices to be displayed vary depending on the Intel PROSet version you install. ® • "Driver and Intel PROSet/Advanced Network Service" ® • All of the following: "Driver", "Intel PROSet for Windows device manager", and "Advanced Network Service"...

  • Page 103

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Static Link Aggregation Select this mode when connecting a team to a Cisco FEC/GEC compliant switch or a switch that supports IEEE802.3ad-Draft Static. Switch settings are also necessary. All ports in the team must be connected to the same switch.

  • Page 104: Creating A Team

    Chapter 4 Operations after OS Installation Creating a team Click [Start] – [Administrative Tools] – [Computer Management] to start up ® Intel PROSet. Under [Device Manager], click [Network adapters], and double-click a LAN adapter to be incorporated in a team. Click the [Teaming] tab, select [Team with other adapters], and click [New Team].

  • Page 105: Event Logs

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Event logs When configuring a Team, the following event logs will be generated (source: iANSMiniport). table: Event logs Type Message Remarks Error The necessary registry parameter could not be read. Even if a team is created successfully, To resolve this problem, delete the adapter team, and this error log may be stored during a create a new team.

  • Page 106: Vlan

    • On a VLAN, only use IP protocols. Do not use other protocols. • When LLC and the LNDFC protocols are installed by the Fujitsu communication control service, these protocols are bound (connected) unconditionally. Therefore, release the bind of VLAN and these protocols in the system where these protocols and VLAN are installed at the same time.

  • Page 107

    Chapter 5 High Reliability Tools For stable PRIMERGY server operations, we recommend that high reliability tools be installed. This chapter explains the installation and necessary settings of high reliability tools. 5.1 RAID Management Tool ......108 5.2 Server Monitoring Tool [ServerView] .

  • Page 108: Chapter 5 High Reliability Tools

    Chapter 5 High Reliability Tools 5.1 RAID Management Tool RAID Management Tool performs configuration, initialization and monitoring of the hard disk array. For details, refer to the manual in the Array Controller Document & Tool CD. When the OS has been installed using ServerStart, RAID Management Tool has been also installed together with the OS as well as other high reliability tools.

  • Page 109: Server Monitoring Tool [serverview]

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 5.2 Server Monitoring Tool [ServerView] ServerView constantly monitors the hardware status of each server in the network, and at the same time, provides a console which enables to recognize the status of all the servers promptly. ServerView keeps the server hardware under monitoring all the time.

  • Page 110: Installing Serverview

    Chapter 5 High Reliability Tools Voltage monitoring ServerView monitors the voltage. In an environment where ServerView is not in use, voltage surge cannot be detected during operation. The server must restart as those errors are detected by using BIOS Setup Utility or Server Management Tools. Voltage surges may result in malfunction or data loss. Power supply monitoring ServerView monitors the power supply.

  • Page 111: Setting Required After Installation

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 5.2.2 Setting Required after Installation Perform necessary operations after ServerView installation referring to "2.4 Setting after Installation" in "ServerView User's Guide". Boot monitoring setting It is recommended to enable the boot monitoring function after ServerView is installed. For setting procedures and explanation on the function, refer to "[Restart] Tab"...

  • Page 112: Maintenance Support Tool [hrm/server]

    Chapter 5 High Reliability Tools 5.3 Maintenance Support Tool [HRM/ Server] HRM/server supports quick and proper maintenance operation to achieve high server operation stability. 5.3.1 Installing HRM/Server When installed using ServerStart When the OS has been installed using ServerStart, HRM/server has been also installed together with the OS as well as other high reliability tools.

  • Page 113: Solving Problems Early [dsnap]

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 5.4 Solving Problems Early [DSNAP] DSNAP is a tool for collectively acquiring failure investigation information such as server environment information. When the OS has been installed using ServerStart, DSNAP has been also installed together with the OS as well as other high reliability tools.

  • Page 114

    Chapter 5 High Reliability Tools...

  • Page 115: Installing Internal Options

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options This chapter explains how to install and remove the various hardware options. 6.1 Before Installing Internal Options ....116 6.2 Removing and Attaching Covers .

  • Page 116: Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.1 Before Installing Internal Options The following internal options can be installed in this server. 5-inch storage bay [Memory board] (5-inch internal device option) Memory module Expansion card 2.5-inch storage bay (internal hard disk unit) Make sure to use the screws which are used to install or remove internal options to the same devices.

  • Page 117

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide • Before installing/removing internal options to/from the server, turn off the server, all peripheral devices, and any other connected devices. Also unplug all power cables from the outlet. Failure to do so can cause electric shock ("1.4.3 Turning Off the Server"...

  • Page 118: Removing And Attaching Covers

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.2 Removing and Attaching Covers Remove covers to install peripheral devices. Follow the procedure below to remove covers. • Before removing or attaching covers, turn off the server, all peripheral devices, and any other connected devices. Also unplug all power cables from the outlet.

  • Page 119: Attaching The Cover

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Loosen the (two) screws on the front side. Slide the top cover to the direction of the arrow, and then remove it from the server. Top cover Attaching the cover To attach the cover, simply reverse the removal procedure. •...

  • Page 120: Installing Cpus

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.3 Installing CPUs By installing optional CPUs, the server can have up to four CPUs. • Before installing or removing a CPU, turn off the server, all peripheral devices, and any other connected devices. Also unplug all power cables from the outlet. Failure to do so may cause electric shock.

  • Page 121: Installation Location Of Cpus

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 6.3.1 Installation Location of CPUs Install CPUs in order of CPU socket 1 – 2 – 4 – 3. CPUs are installed in CPU socket 1 and 2 as a standard feature. CPU socket 4 CPU socket 3 CPU socket 2 (standard)

  • Page 122: How To Install Cpus

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.3.3 How to install CPUs Turn off the server and connected devices, and unplug all power cables from the outlet. Remove the top cover. "6.2.1 Removing the Top Cover" (pg.118) Touch a metal part of the server to discharge static electricity. Remove the upper processor air baffle.

  • Page 123

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Remove the dummy heat sink. Turn the four fastened screws in the direction of the arrow, and remove them. Dummy heat sink Release the lever on the CPU socket. Pull up to open the socket lever fully. A CPU cannot be installed unless the socket lever is fully open.

  • Page 124

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options Install a CPU. Align the triangle on the CPU socket (pin no. 1 marking) with the triangle on a CPU (1). Insert the pins into the socket, and then return the socket lever to the original position (2). Pin no.1 marking •...

  • Page 125

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Attach the upper processor air baffle. Insert the notches on the front side of the baffle into the front of the server. Pass the cable through the sides of the baffle. At this time, make sure that the cable is not pinched.

  • Page 126: Defective Cpu Disconnection Function

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.3.4 Defective CPU Disconnection Function This server has a defective CPU disconnection function. This function disconnects a CPU judged to be defective (abnormal) during Power On Self Test (POST) to start the server. For example, when two CPUs are installed and one of them is defective, the server starts to operate with the other available CPU.

  • Page 127: Installing Memory Modules

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 6.4 Installing Memory Modules Additional memory modules increase the amount of data that can be read at a time and improve the server processing capability. • When installing or removing memory modules, turn off the server, all peripheral devices, and any other connected devices.

  • Page 128: Installation Location Of Memory Modules

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.4.1 Installation Location of Memory Modules Installation location Install memory modules on the memory board inside of the server. Memory board A and B are installed as a standard feature. And a memory module is installed in each memory slot 1 and 2 of the memory boards as a standard feature.

  • Page 129: Installable Memory Modules And Notes

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide When optional memory boards are added Install memory modules in descending order of the capacity as follows. table: Installation order of memory modules Memory board Memory slot number Memory slot 1 Memory slot 2 Memory slot 3 Memory slot 4 Memory slot 5 Memory slot 6...

  • Page 130: Memory Redundant Functions

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options How to identify a memory module When installing memory modules, make sure that the two memory modules (DIMMs) in each set have the same number beginning with "CA" (e.g. CA05946-E101) on their DIMM labels. When an identification label is attached, make sure that the two memory modules (DIMMs) in each set have the same capacity and that their identification labels are attached at the same position.

  • Page 131: Installation Conditions

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Installation conditions Install memory modules with the same capacity in the same slot number of the memory board A, B, C, and D. BIOS settings Follow the procedure below after installing memory modules. Install memory modules according to the installation conditions. Start up BIOS Setup Utility.

  • Page 132: How To Install Memory Modules

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options Press the [F10] key, save settings, and then exit BIOS Setup Utility. After the system restarts, the memory sparing function will be enabled. 6.4.4 How to Install Memory Modules Turn off the server and connected devices, and unplug all power cables from the outlet.

  • Page 133

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Remove the memory cover from the memory board. Release the latches at the bottom of the memory board (1), and lift the cover up (2). Memory cover Bottom of memory board Install/remove memory modules. 1. Open outward the levers on both sides of the memory slot, and remove a dummy memory module or a memory module to be replaced.

  • Page 134

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 2. Align the notch (one spot) on the memory module with the memory slot, and insert the module vertically in the slot. When the module is properly inserted, the levers on both sides will close. Then, check that the memory module is securely fastened.

  • Page 135: Defective Memory Disconnection Function

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 6.4.5 Defective Memory Disconnection Function This server has a defective memory disconnection function. This function disconnects the memory judged to be defective (abnormal) during Power On Self Test (POST) to start the server. If the memory capacity is discovered to be smaller than the capacity of the memory installed during POST, there is a possibility of memory defect.

  • Page 136: Installing Expansion Cards

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.5 Installing Expansion Cards This section explains the types of expansion cards, notes and installation procedures. • For non hot-pluggable PCI slots, turn off the server, all peripheral devices, and any other connected devices before installing or removing expansion cards. Also unplug all power cables from the outlet.

  • Page 137: Installable Expansion Cards And Notes On Installation

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 6.5.2 Installable Expansion Cards and Notes on Installation Installable expansion cards table: Installable expansion cards Number Card type Installable card (Produce ID) Remarks of cards SAS RAID Ctrl (PG-244C) For optional external devices with SAS array controller card SAS RAID Ctrl (PG-248G1) SAS Ctrl (PG-228B)

  • Page 138: How To Install Expansion Cards

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options Notes on installing expansion cards • Use the installable expansion cards only. • Before installing an expansion card, refer to the manual supplied with the card and read the related notes. Further, read the following notes for each expansion card. BIOS settings On this server, the expansion ROM settings for PCI slot 1 through 3, 5, and 6 are disabled.

  • Page 139

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Rotate the retention latch to the up position, and remove the slot cover. For slot 1 through 4, rotate the PCI card holder retention plate and latch into the up position, and pull up the PCI card holder holding its handle to remove it. PCI card holder Latch Plate...

  • Page 140: Removing Expansion Cards

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 3. Attach the expansion card on the PCI card holder, and fasten it with the stoppers. Use stoppers in three locations depending on the card. Insert the expansion card or the PCI card holder into the connector of the PCI slot firmly, and rotate the retention latch to the down position to lock.

  • Page 141: How To Replace Expansion Cards In Hot-pluggable Pci Slots

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 6.5.4 How to Replace Expansion Cards in Hot-Pluggable PCI Slots PCI slot 1 through 4 on this server support PCI Hot Plug (PHP) function. With this function, when expansion cards are damaged, you can replace the cards without turning off this server and connected devices.

  • Page 142

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options Check the off status of the hot plug LED switch on the PCI slot for the expansion card to be replaced. Hot plug LED switch Remove the damaged expansion card, and install a new one. For the installation procedure, refer to Step 4 through 6 in "6.5.3 How to Install Expansion Cards"...

  • Page 143: Installing Internal Hard Disk Units

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 6.6 Installing Internal Hard Disk Units This section explains how to install internal hard disk units. • When installing or removing internal hard disk units, turn off the server, all peripheral devices, and any other connected devices. Also unplug all power cables from the outlet ( "1.4.3 Turning Off the Server"...

  • Page 144: Installation Locations Of Internal Hard Disk Units

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.6.1 Installation Locations of Internal Hard Disk Units Install internal hard disk units in 2.5-inch storage bays. This server has eight bays. From left to right Bay 1 (Slot number 0) Bay 2 (Slot number 1) Bay 3 (Slot number 2) Bay 4 (Slot number 3) Bay 5 (Slot number 4)

  • Page 145: How To Install Internal Hard Disk Units

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Replacing a failed internal hard disk unit When a hard disk is failed, it can be replaced and repaired without turning off the server and peripheral devices (hot-swappable/hot-pluggable). For details about the array system and replacing the failed hard disk unit, refer to the manual in Array Controller Document &...

  • Page 146: How To Remove Internal Hard Disk Units

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 2. Install it securely, and close the cover. 6.6.4 How to Remove Internal Hard Disk Units Turn off the server and connected devices, and unplug all power cables from the outlet. Touch a metal part of the server to discharge static electricity. Remove an internal hard disk unit.

  • Page 147: Installing A 5-inch Internal Device

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 6.7 Installing a 5-inch Internal Device This section explains how to install 5-inch internal device options. • When installing or removing internal devices, turn off the server, all peripheral devices, and any other connected devices. Also unplug all power cables from the outlet.

  • Page 148: Installable 5-inch Internal Devices

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options 6.7.2 Installable 5-inch Internal Devices The following types of 5-inch internal devices can be installed in this server. For the installation, an optional cable is required for each device. table: Installable 5-inch internal devices Required optional cable Unit type Product name Interface...

  • Page 149

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Remove a dummy unit. Push out a dummy unit slowly, keeping the latches on the 5-inch storage bay rails on both sides of the dummy unit pressed inward, and then pull it out towards you. Latches Dummy unit Be sure to keep the removed dummy unit for later use.

  • Page 150

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options Attach the removed 5-inch storage bay rails to the 5-inch internal device to be added. Remove the upper processor air baffle from the server. Insert your fingers in the holes on the top of the baffle, and then lift the baffle up to remove it. Processor air baffle When installing a SAS device, connect a SAS cable to the SAS card (PG- 224B).

  • Page 151

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide When installing a SCSI or SAS device, install the SCSI card (PG-2281) or the SAS card (PG-224B). "6.5.3 How to Install Expansion Cards" (pg.138) Connect an optional cable to the baseboard or the SCSI card. The cable route should be as described in the figure below.

  • Page 152

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options For USB device Connect the USB cable to the USB connecter of the baseboard. For the USB connecter location, refer to "1.3.4 Baseboard" ( pg.28). USB connector Attach the upper processor air baffle. Insert the notches on the front side of the baffle into the front of the server. Pass the cable through the sides of the baffle.

  • Page 153

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Install the 5-inch internal device in the 5-inch storage bay. To make it easier to connect the cables, do not slide the device all the way in. 5-inch internal device Connect the power cable and other necessary cables to the 5-inch internal device.

  • Page 154

    Chapter 6 Installing Internal Options For LTO4 unit SAS cable Extension power cable Power cable • Connect the SAS cable to the SAS connector of the 5-inch internal device. • Connect the power cable inside of the server to the extension power cable of the optional cable. Then, connect the extension power cable to the power connector on the rear of the LTO4 unit.

  • Page 155: Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware And Utilities

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities This chapter explains how to make the environment settings necessary to operate the server and how to use each utility. 7.1 Jumper Settings ....... 156 7.2 BIOS Setup Utility .

  • Page 156: Jumper Settings

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities 7.1 Jumper Settings This section explains jumper settings. 7.1.1 Jumper Location and Settings Jumper location The jumper of the server is located on the baseboard as shown below. J3C2 J3C3 Jumper settings Each jumper's meaning and setting are as follows. table: Jumper settings Jumper number Meaning...

  • Page 157: Bios Setup Utility

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2 BIOS Setup Utility This section explains settings for BIOS Setup Utility and items regarding each setting. 7.2.1 Starting and Exiting BIOS Setup Utility The following explains how to start and exit BIOS Setup Utility. How to start BIOS Setup Utility Turn on the server.

  • Page 158

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities Key operations for BIOS Setup Utility The functions of the keys used for setting BIOS Setup Utility are as follows. table: Key operations on BIOS Setup Utility screen Description [F1] Displays system information. Press the [Esc] key to close. [Esc] Ends the submenu and returns to the previous menu.

  • Page 159

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Use the [←] [→] keys to place the cursor over [Yes] or [No], and press the [Enter] key. When selecting [Save Changes & Exit] on the [Exit] menu • Select [Yes] to exit. After configuration is saved, BIOS Setup Utility exits, and the server restarts. •...

  • Page 160: Main Menu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities 7.2.2 Main Menu The [Main] menu appears when starting BIOS Setup Utility. This menu is for setting time, date, and drives. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot Item Specific Help System Time : [HH:MM:SS] System Date :...

  • Page 161: Sata Port 1 Submenu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2.3 SATA Port 1 Submenu This submenu is for device settings. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot SATA Port 1 [CD-ROM] Item Specific Help Type : [Auto] Transfer Mode : [Disabled] LBA Translation : [Disabled]...

  • Page 162: Boot Features Submenu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities 7.2.4 Boot Features Submenu This submenu is for system startup settings. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot Boot Features Item Specific Help POST Errors : [Enabled] SM Error Halt : [Disabled] Fast Boot : [Disabled]...

  • Page 163: Advanced Menu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2.5 Advanced Menu This menu is for settings of peripheral devices and PCI device options. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot Item Specific Help Setup Warning Setting items on this menu to incorrect values may cause your system to malfunction.

  • Page 164: Peripheral Configuration Submenu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities 7.2.6 Peripheral Configuration Submenu This submenu is for the serial port settings, etc. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot Peripheral Configuration Item Specific Help Serial : [Auto] Serial Multiplexer : [System] Serial 2 : [Disabled]...

  • Page 165: Advanced System Configuration Submenu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide table: Peripheral Configuration submenu Item Setting Description Mainboard LAN Remote • Disabled (Initial value) Sets whether to enable network booting. Set this item Boot • PXE when starting the server via network by using • iSCSI onboard LAN.

  • Page 166: Advanced Memory Configuration Submenu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities 7.2.8 Advanced Memory Configuration Submenu This submenu is for memory settings. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot Advanced Memory Configuration Item Specific Help Memory Scrubbing : [Enabled] Memory Redundancy : [Disabled] FB-DIMM Throttle : [Enabled]...

  • Page 167: Advanced Processor Configurations Submenu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2.9 Advanced Processor Configurations Submenu This submenu is for processor settings. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot Advanced Processor Configuration Item Specific Help CPU Mismatch Detection : [Enabled] Core Multi-Processing : [Enabled] Processor Power Management : [Disabled]...

  • Page 168: Pci Configuration Submenu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities 7.2.10 PCI Configuration Submenu This submenu is for PCI device settings. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot PCI Configuration Item Specific Help PCI SLOTS Configuration PCI IRQ Configuration Change Values Info Select Item Setup Defaults...

  • Page 169: Security Menu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2.11 Security Menu This menu is for security options. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot Item Specific Help Supervisor Password : Not installed User Password : Not installed Set Supervisor Password : [Enter] Setup Password Lock : [Standard]...

  • Page 170: Power Menu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities table: Security menu Item Setting Description TPM (Security Chip) Press the [Enter] key to display the TPM (Security Chip) Setting submenu window. Setting • Disabled (Initial value) Security Chip Sets whether to enable Security Chip. •...

  • Page 171: Server Menu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide table: Power menu Item Setting Description Power Failure • Always On Sets a power state for when the electricity is Recovery • Always Off supplied again after power-off due to such an event • Previous State (Initial value) as power outage.

  • Page 172

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities table: Server menu Item Setting Description O/S Boot Timeout • Disabled (Initial value) When ServerView is installed on the OS, this sets • Enabled whether to enable the boot monitoring function. When this function is "Enabled", the system will automatically restart if the OS startup is stopped for some reason.

  • Page 173: Cpu Status Submenu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2.14 CPU Status Submenu This submenu is for setting whether to allow the use of the installed CPU. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Power Server Boot CPU Status Item Specific Help [Enabled] CPU 1 Status : CPU 2 Status : [Enabled] [Enabled]...

  • Page 174: Memory Status Submenu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities 7.2.15 Memory Status Submenu This submenu is for setting whether to allow the use of the installed memory modules. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Power Server Boot Memory Status Item Specific Help Memory Board A : [Enabled] DIMM 1 [Enabled]...

  • Page 175: Pci Status Submenu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2.16 PCI Status Submenu This submenu shows the statuses of PCI slots, an I/O riser card slot, and a SAS array controller card (standard) slot. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Power Server Boot PCI Status Item Specific Help PCIe Slot 1 : [OK] PCIe Slot 2 :...

  • Page 176: Console Redirection Submenu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities 7.2.17 Console Redirection Submenu This submenu is for console redirection settings. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Power Server Boot Console Redirection Item Specific Help [Disabled] Port : [9600] Baud Rate : Protocol : [VT100+] Flow Control : [CTS/RTS] [Direct] Console connection :...

  • Page 177: Ipmi Submenu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2.18 IPMI Submenu This submenu is for IPMI settings. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Power Server Boot IPMI Item Specific Help [Enabled] iRMC Time Sync : [Disabled] Clear System Event Log : Event Log Full Mode : [Overwrite] [YYYY MM DD] Date Format to show...

  • Page 178: Boot Menu

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities table: IPMI submenu Item Setting Description LAN Settings This is for LAN settings of the Remote Management Controller port. Set this when performing the remote operation by using RemoteControlService. Press the [Enter] key to display the [LAN Settings] screen. Management LAN •...

  • Page 179: Exit Menu

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 7.2.20 Exit Menu This menu is for exiting BIOS Setup Utility. Phoenix TrustedCore(tm) Setup Utility Exit Main Advanced Security Power Server Boot Item Specific Help Save Changes & Exit Discard Changes & Exit Get Default Values Load Previous Values Change Values Info...

  • Page 180

    Chapter 7 Configuring Hardware and Utilities...

  • Page 181

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance This chapter explains the operations that become necessary after starting to use this server as well as daily care and maintenance. 8.1 Daily Maintenance ......182 8.2 Troubleshooting .

  • Page 182: Chapter 8 Operation And Maintenance

    This section explains procedures for checking the status of the server in operation and for performing daily maintenance. Information for PRIMERGY For the latest information on PRIMERGY, update modules, drivers and the software, refer to the Fujitsu PRIMERGY website. (http://primergy.fujitsu.com) Regarding BIOS and firmware, contact an office listed in the "Contact Information".

  • Page 183: Cleaning The Server

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Cleaning the server Wipe with a soft, dry cloth. For difficult stains, wipe with a cloth lightly dampened with a mild detergent. Once the stain has been removed, wipe off any remaining detergent with a cloth dampened with water.

  • Page 184: Replacement Of Consumable Items

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance 8.1.3 Replacement of Consumable Items Consumable items are required to be replaced to maintain their performance and function. Users are responsible for procurement and replacement of consumable item shown below. For procurement, contact an office listed in the "Contact Information" of "Start Guide". Consumable items This server contains the consumable items listed below.

  • Page 185

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Installation location of a battery backup unit A battery backup unit is attached to the SAS array controller card installed in the server. SAS array controller card Handling a battery backup unit after removal The battery is either nickel hydride or lithium ion. Nickel hydride batteries and lithium-ion batteries are indicated as "Ni-MH"...

  • Page 186

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance Remove the upper processor air baffle. Insert your fingers in the holes on the top of the baffle, and then lift the baffle up to remove it. Processor air baffle Remove the SAS cables connected to the SAS array controller card. Remove both SAS cables.

  • Page 187

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Lift the SAS array controller card to remove it. SAS array controller card Remove the battery backup unit from the SAS array controller card. Remove three screws from the SAS array controller card side. Battery backup unit SAS array controller card...

  • Page 188

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance Attach a new battery backup unit to the SAS array controller card. Insert the connector of the battery backup unit into that of SAS array controller card. And fasten them by using the removed screws at the three points. Connector Install the SAS array controller card into the server, and connect the SAS cables to the server.

  • Page 189: Troubleshooting

    Maintenance Support" ( pg.217) and collect the required information. Information for PRIMERGY For the latest information on PRIMERGY, update modules, drivers and the software, refer to the Fujitsu PRIMERGY website. (http://primergy.fujitsu.com) Regarding BIOS and firmware, contact an office listed in the "Contact Information".

  • Page 190

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance A temperature warning is logged in the hardware event log and OS event log, or notified by ServerView as a pop-up message or other means If the ambient temperature rises to 30 to 35°C, which is near the upper limit of the temperature condition (10 to 35°C), the event is logged and notified by ServerView.

  • Page 191

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide The screen shakes If a device that produces a strong magnetic field such as a television or speaker is near the display, place them further away from the display. The display may also shake if a nearby cell-phone receives a call. Do not use a cell-phone near the display.

  • Page 192

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance Replacing hot-pluggable expansion cards Before removing expansion cards from the server for replacement, you need to disconnect the expansion cards on the OS. However, when you perform "Unplug or Eject Hardware", the expansion cards that are installed in hot-pluggable slots may not appear.

  • Page 193: Error Messages

    It indicates a memory error. Turn off the server and turn it back on. If the message still appears, check the error log and replace the faulty memory module. Non Fujitsu Siemens Memory Module It indicates a memory error. Check whether the settings of BIOS detected Warranty void! Setup Utility are correct.

  • Page 194

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance table: List of POST error messages Message Description System battery is dead - Replace and run It indicates a battery error. Check whether the battery on the SETUP baseboard is properly installed. If the message appears although the installation is proper, the battery must be replaced.

  • Page 195

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide table: List of POST error messages Message Description System Cache Error - Cache disabled It indicates a system cache error. Turn off the server and turn it back on. If the message still appears, check the error log and System memory exceeds the CPU's caching replace CPUs if faulty.

  • Page 196

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance table: List of POST error messages Message Description iRMC Controller Error It indicates a Server Management Controller error. Turn off the server and turn it back on. If the message still appears, the baseboard must be replaced. Contact an office listed in the "Contact Information"...

  • Page 197

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide table: List of POST error messages Message Description Uncorrected CPU Machine Check Architecture It indicates a CPU error. Turn off the server and turn it back on. If (MCA) error the message still appears, check the error log and replace the relevant CPU.

  • Page 198

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance table: List of POST error messages Message Description It indicates a voltage error/warning. Turn off the server, and iRMC reports sensor status: CRITICAL unplug the power cable from the outlet. Then, reconnect the Voltages power cable, and turn on the server. If the message still appears, iRMC reports sensor status: WARNING check the error log and replace the relevant parts.

  • Page 199: Server Management Tools Error Messages

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide table: List of POST error messages Message Description iRMC reports sensor status: WARNING The power supply redundancy has been lost. Replace the relevant PSU Red PSU. If the message still appears after the replacement, Power BP or the baseboard must be replaced.

  • Page 200: Software Troubleshooting

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance 8.2.3 Software Troubleshooting This section explains software-related troubleshooting. For troubles during OS installation or system operation, refer to the following contents. Trouble at a ServerStart startup After a boot from PRIMERGY Startup Disc, nothing is displayed on the screen This situation may occur if the hard disk drive still contains the previous information.

  • Page 201

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Application software which uses tftp client function (tftp.exe) does not operate properly For the system on which Windows Server 2003 is installed, since the tftp client function (tftp.exe) is not installed by default, and application software which uses the tftp client function (tftp.exe) does not operate properly.

  • Page 202

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance This error results from that the LAN driver for the network adapter recognized immediately after the OS installation is not updated. Clicking [Finish] in this window displays the [Help and Support Center] window. Click [×] to close this window.

  • Page 203: Restoring The System

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Collecting memory dump to other than the system drive If the memory dump is set to be collected to the system drive (C:\), change the settings so that the memory dump can be saved to a drive other than the system drive. For setting procedures, refer to "4.1 Memory Dump / Paging File Setting"...

  • Page 204

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance Time display in Linux OS environment Difference in time between the OS and the hardware clock Since the software clock on OS is employed but not the hardware clock functioned in the server for time display in Linux environment, time lag may occur between the OS and the hardware clock.

  • Page 205: System Event Log

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 8.3 System Event Log This section explains how to refer to and operate system event logs. 8.3.1 How to Refer to Event Logs ServerView S2 is used for reference of system event logs. A summary of reference procedures is described below.

  • Page 206: Security

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance 8.4 Security This server provides security provisions in order to protect resources of both hardware and software against theft and such. Additional security functions, such as preventing unauthorized use, provided by BIOS Setup Utility are also available to help maintain a highly reliable data security system.

  • Page 207: Security Against Unauthorized Use

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 8.4.2 Security against Unauthorized Use A password can be set to prevent unauthorized use of the server. Setting a password makes it necessary to enter the password in order to access the server. Without the password, the server cannot be used. Password types There are two types of passwords that define the privileges of server operations.

  • Page 208: Security When Disposing Of The Server

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance Changing/deleting a password If a password is already set, perform the password setting operations above to display the password change window. • To change the password, perform the following settings, and press the [Enter] key. Set User(Supervisor) Password: Enter the current password Enter Current Password...

  • Page 209: Backup

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 8.5 Backup This server utilizes high reliability components and hard disks, however, as a further precautionary provision, it is recommended that periodic backups be taken of the data. 8.5.1 Importance of Backups A backup of data stored on the server is required for data restoration in the event of server trouble resulting in a system failure or accidental data loss due to operational errors.

  • Page 210

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance Notes on operating backups Notes on operating backups are as follows. For details, refer to the device manuals and Readme.txt, included in the device driver. Head cleaning Airborne dust and dust from the magnetic media can collect on the head of the magnetic tape device. To remove this dust, head cleaning must be implemented.

  • Page 211: Data Storage

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Ejecting media after a backup Some backup software products provide functions for ejecting media after a backup is completed. Such functions will rewind the tape after a backup is completed and then eject the media from the drive. Be sure to execute this function for autoloader/library devices.

  • Page 212: Restoring The System

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance 8.6 Restoring the System If the system is damaged, use the backup data created after the installation to restore the system. Backup data for system recovery must be created in advance. For the procedure for creating it, refer to "4.2 Creating Backup Data for System Recovery"...

  • Page 213

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Click [Repair your computer] displayed in the bottom left of the window. Click [Windows Complete PC Restore]. Specify the backup type, and click [Next]. When backup data is in a folder on another machine, or when the backup data is not the latest data, select [Restore specific backup].

  • Page 214: For Windows Server 2003

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance Click [Finish]. The restoration start window appears. Check the checkbox, and click [OK]. System restoration starts. After the restoration has completed, the system is automatically rebooted. After rebooting, the system is restored using the backup data. For operation with a BitLocker drive encryption set, perform the encryption settings again after the system restoration.

  • Page 215

    • LSI Logic MegaRAID SAS RAID Controller Driver For the procedure to install a driver, refer to the site below. http://www.fujitsu.com/global/services/computing/server/ia/driver/ Follow the window instructions to restore the system. • When prompted to change the floppy disk, follow the instructions and change it.

  • Page 216: Reinstalling The Os

    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance 8.7 Reinstalling the OS This section explains the procedure for reinstalling the OS. 8.7.1 Checking before OS Reinstallation Optional devices For notes on OS reinstallation with optional devices installed or connected, refer to "2.1.1 Installing Optional Devices"...

  • Page 217: Maintenance Service

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide 8.8 Maintenance Service If the cause of the failure is uncertain or if the original condition cannot be restored, contact the seller or an office listed in the "Contact Information" of "Start Guide". 8.8.1 Contacting Maintenance Support Before contacting maintenance support, check the following.

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    Chapter 8 Operation and Maintenance...

  • Page 219: Appendix

    Appendix This appendix explains the specifications for the server and for its internal options. A Server Specifications ......220 B Specifications for Internal Options .

  • Page 220: A Server Specifications

    Appendix Server Specifications This section explains the specifications for the server. The specifications for this server are liable to be updated without any notice. Please be forewarned. table: Server specifications Item Functions and specifications Product name PRIMERGY RX600 S4 Product ID PGUR6042A3 PGUR604DA3 Chipset...

  • Page 221

    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (for x86) • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (for Intel64) The latest information about supported OS For the latest information, such as notes on supported OS, not described in this manual, refer to the Fujitsu PRIMERGY website (http://primergy.fujitsu.com)

  • Page 222: B Specifications For Internal Options

    Appendix Specifications for Internal Options This section explains the specifications for internal options for the server. When you have bought an internal option as a standard option, check that the package contains the following items before use. Should it happen that items are missing, contact an office listed in the "Contact Information"...

  • Page 223: Memory

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Memory Package • Memory modules (2) Specifications table: Memory specifications Item Function and specifications Product name Memory Module-2GB Memory Module-4GB Memory Module-8GB Product ID PG-RM2CH PG-RM4CH PG-RM8CH Composition DDR2-667 FB-DIMM DDR2-667 FB-DIMM DDR2-667 FB-DIMM × ×...

  • Page 224: Internal Hard Disk Units

    Appendix Internal Hard Disk Units Package • Hard disk unit (1) Specifications table: Internal hard disk unit specifications Item Function and specifications Product name HDD SAS 10k 73GB HDD SAS 10k 147GB HDD SAS 15k 73GB hot plug 2.5inch hot plug 2.5inch hot plug 2.5inch Product ID PG-HDD71B...

  • Page 225: Power Cord Selection

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Power Cord Selection The power cord for this unit has been packed separately and has been selected according to the country of destination. It must be used to prevent electric shock. Use the following guidelines if it is necessary to replace the original cord set.

  • Page 226

    Appendix For the United Kingdom Should the plug on the flexible cord not be of the type for your socket outlets, do not use an adapter but remove the plug from the cord and discard. Carefully prepare the end of the supply cord and fit a suitable plug.

  • Page 227: C External Floppy Disk Drive (usb) Notes On Usage

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide External Floppy Disk Drive (USB) Notes on Usage The section explains notes on the usage of USB connected floppy disk drive. Notes on floppy disk drive recognition at server startup If a USB floppy disk drive, with a floppy disk inserted, is not connected at server startup, BIOS cannot recognize the USB floppy disk drive.

  • Page 228: D Remote Control Function

    Appendix Remote Control Function This server supports the Remote Control function. When a personal computer (PC) is connected to the serial port of this server with an RS-232C cross cable, the PC can be used to control the server power supply (turn on/off and reset) remotely. Preparation for Using Remote Control Function To enable the remote control function, perform the following procedure.

  • Page 229: Port Configuration

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Configuring the terminal software (PC) Configure settings for the remote control function using terminal software on the PC. Port configuration Configure the port on the PC as follows: table: Port settings Item Contents Bits per second 9600 Data bits Parity...

  • Page 230: Remote Power Supply Control

    Appendix Remote Power Supply Control This section explains how to control the server power supply remotely. The server power supply can be remote-controlled with the terminal software on the PC. Starting up the Remote Controller Start up the terminal software. The remote control window appears.

  • Page 231

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide When "Please enter pass phrase:" appears, enter the password, and press the [Enter] key. Note that the password is case-sensitive. As shown below, the characters you have entered are displayed as asterisks. Please enter pass phrase: ****** The remote control main menu appears.

  • Page 232

    Appendix Press a number key corresponding to the desired menu selection. The mark, "*", is displayed in the bracket of unavailable menu. table: Power Management menu Menu name Operation Immediate Power Off Turns off the server. Immediate Reset Resets the server. Power Cycle Turns off the server and back on again.

  • Page 233: E Remote Management Controller

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Remote Management Controller This section explains functions and features of the Remote Management Controller and the optional Remote Management Ctrl Upgrade kit (PG-RMCU2). Overview of the Remote Management Controller PRIMERGY RX600 S4 has the Remote Management Controller (iRMC2) as a standard feature on the I/O riser card.

  • Page 234: Preparation For Using Remote Management Controller

    Appendix Preparation for Using Remote Management Controller To enable the Remote Management Controller, perform the following procedure. • Reconfiguring the BIOS settings • Connecting the Server to a PC Reconfiguring the BIOS settings When using the function of the Remote Management Controller, perform the following BIOS Setup Utility settings.

  • Page 235: Window Of The Remote Management Controller

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Window of the Remote Management Controller The Remote Management Controller uses the Web interface function. The following window appears when starting the Remote Management Controller. The following functions are available. table: Functions of the Remote Management Controller Item Description System Information...

  • Page 236: Remote Management Ctrl Upgrade Kit (pg-rmcu2)

    Appendix For how to start and use the Remote Management Controller, refer to "Remote Management Controller User's Guide". Comparison with the server management function of ServerView ServerView, software provided with the server, can manage the server remotely if OS is normally operating.

  • Page 237: Remote Storage Function

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Remote storage function This is a function to recognize the external memory device connected by using the console redirection function as a remote device of the server. The configuration of the remote storage function is shown in the figure below. CD-ROM drive Accessing as the remote drive Floppy disk drive...

  • Page 238: F Recycling

    Appendix Recycling This section explains how to recycle this server. Disposing of the server When scrapping this server, contact an office listed in the "Contact Information" of "Start Guide". This server must be disposed of as industrial waste. Furthermore, if the server is disposed of as it is, someone else may gain access to the information contained on the hard disk units.

  • Page 239

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Index Cleaning ......182 Server ......183 Adapter numbers Server interior .

  • Page 240

    ServerView..... . 110 Installation partition size ....48 Open the rack door .

  • Page 241

    PRIMERGY RX600 S4 User's Guide Automatic driver installation..50 Cautions ......49 Features .

  • Page 242

    FUJITSU LIMITED • The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice. • Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from the use of any information in this manual. • No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the prior written...

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