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The architecture of your server supports symmetrical multiprocessing
(MP) and a variety of operating systems. The server is equipped with both
PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) and EISA (Extended Industry
Standard Architecture) busses. The standard removable media bays can
house a variety of storage devices, such as tape backup or CD-ROM. One
3.5-inch floppy drive comes with every server.
The System Management Controller (SMC) monitors your system and
reports problems. The methods that the SMC uses to communicate the
status of the system are as follows:
Hexadecimal codes sent to the Front Panel liquid crystal display
Audible beep codes and alarms
Detailed information is available in the System Management
Application, a Windows software program specially designed for the
server. This application, which you can run on another computer
remotely via modem link, alerts you if there are problems such as
component failure, overheating, security breaches and power
failures.
The SMC communicates with the motherboard by means of the System
Management Interface Card which occupies EISA slot M2.
The 1-kilowatt Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) provides power for
the server. It has a removable battery pack and is itself removable as a
complete unit.
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