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Upgrade and Maintenance Manual - English
PRIMERGY CX250 S2
Server Node
Upgrade and Maintenance Manual
Edition August 2014

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    Upgrade and Maintenance Manual - English PRIMERGY CX250 S2 Server Node Upgrade and Maintenance Manual Edition August 2014...

  • Page 2: Copyright And Trademarks

    – 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 permission of Fujitsu.

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    Before reading this manual For your safety This manual contains important information for safely and correctly using this product. Carefully read the manual before using this product. Pay particular attention to the accompanying manual "Safety Notes and Regulations" and ensure these safety notes are understood before using the product.

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    Please consult the sales staff of Fujitsu if intending to use this product for high safety use. Measures against momentary voltage drop This product may be affected by a momentary voltage drop in the power supply caused by lightning.

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    Only for the Japanese market: Although described in this manual, some sections do not apply to the Japanese market. These options and routines include: – CSS (Customer Self Service) – USB Flash Module (UFM) Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......17 Where to find which information? ....18 Notational conventions .

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    Contents Removing the mezzanine card bracket from the card ..53 Installing the linking board ....54 Removing the linking board ....56 Removing the riser module .

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    Contents 5.2.12.2 After replacing the system board ....82 Expansion cards and battery backup units ..83 Basic information .

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    Contents 6.4.1.4 Installing the mezzanine card ....116 6.4.1.5 Concluding steps ..... . 117 6.4.2 Removing the mezzanine card .

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    Contents 6.5.2.1 Required tools ......142 6.5.2.2 Preliminary steps ..... . . 142 6.5.2.3 Removing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller .

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    Contents Main memory ......171 Basic information ..... . . 172 7.1.1 Memory sequence .

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    Contents 8.2.7.2 Installing the processor heat sink on CPU1 ..204 8.2.8 Concluding steps ......206 Replacing the processor heat sink .

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    Contents 9.3.3.1 Removing the system board ....226 9.3.3.2 Installing the system board ....227 9.3.3.3 Swapping the processor .

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    Version history Issue number Reason for update 1.0 / September 2013 Initial release 2.0 / December 2013 Chapter 6.7.1.4 / 6.7.2.3 / 6.7.3.5 3.0 / December 2013 Chapter 5.2.9 4.0 / August 2014 Chapter 6.4.4, 6.4.5, 6.4.6 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 17: Introduction

    Introduction This Upgrade and Maintenance Manual provides instructions for the following procedures: Upgrading the server configuration by adding optional hardware ● components Upgrading the server configuration by replacing existing hardware ● components with superior ones. Replacing defective hardware components ● This manual focuses on on-site maintenance tasks.

  • Page 18: Where To Find Which Information

    For information on documents you need to have with you when leaving for maintaining a server see "Documents you need at hand" on page All documentation on PRIMERGY hardware and ServerView software is available online from the Fujitsu manuals server at: – For the global market http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com – For the Japanese market: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/manual...

  • Page 19: Notational Conventions

    Introduction Notational conventions The following notational conventions are used in this manual: indicates commands or menu items Text in italics indicates system output fixed font indicates text to be entered by the user semi-bold fixed font "Quotation marks" indicate names of chapters and terms that are being emphasized describes activities that must be performed in the order Ê...

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    Introduction Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 21: Before You Start

    Japanese market: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/system/ Please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner for details on how to order expansion kits or spare parts. Use the Fujitsu Illustrated Spares Catalog to identify the required spare part and obtain technical data and order information.

  • Page 22: Classification Of Procedures

    At the beginning of each procedure, the involved unit type is indicated by one of the symbols introduced in this section. Please ask your local Fujitsu service center for more detailed information. 2.1.1 Customer Replaceable Units (CRU)

  • Page 23: Upgrade And Repair Units (uru)

    Before you start 2.1.2 Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Upgrade and Repair Units are non hot-plug components that can be ordered separately to be installed as options (Upgrade Units) or are available to the customer through customer self service (Repair Units). Server management error messages and diagnostic indicators on the front panel and system board will report defective Upgrade and Repair Units as customer replaceable CSS components.

  • Page 24: Field Replaceable Units (fru)

    Maintenance procedures involving Field Replaceable Units must be performed exclusively by Fujitsu service personnel or technicians trained by Fujitsu. Please note that unauthorized interference with the system will void the warranty and exempt the manufacturer from all liability. Components that are handled as Field Replaceable Units –...

  • Page 25: Average Task Duration

    Before you start Average task duration Average task duration: 10 minutes The average task duration including preliminary and concluding steps is indicated at the beginning of each procedure next to the procedure class. Refer to table 1 on page 25 for an overview of steps taken into account for calculating the average task duration: Step...

  • Page 26: Tools You Need At Hand

    Before you start Tools you need at hand When preparing the maintenance task, ensure that all required tools are available according to the overview below. You will find a list of required tools at the beginning of each procedure. Screw driver / Screw Usage Type...

  • Page 27: Documents You Need At Hand

    – Ensure to store all printed manuals enclosed with your server in a save place for future reference. – Unless stated otherwise, all manuals are available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com under x86 servers. For the Japanese market please use the following address: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/manual/...

  • Page 28: Documents For The Server Node

    Important safety information, available online or as a printed copy " 安全上のご注意 " for the Japanese market "PRIMERGY CX250 S2 Server Available online Node" Operating Manual "D3196 BIOS Setup Utility for Information on configurable BIOS options PRIMERGY CX250 S2"...

  • Page 29: Documents For The Server Enclosure

    Before you start Document Description – RAID documentation, available online at under x86 http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com Additional documentation servers - Expansion Cards - Storage Adapters – Operating system documentation, online help Third party documentation – Peripherals documentation Table 3: Documentation you need at hand for the server node 2.4.2...

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    Before you start Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 31: Important Information

    Important information CAUTION! Before installing and starting up a device, please observe the safety instructions listed in the following section. This will help you to avoid making serious errors that could impair your health, damage the device and endanger the data base. Safety instructions The following safety instructions are also provided in the manual "Safety Notes and Regulations"...

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    Important information Before starting up During installation and before operating the device, observe the instructions ● on environmental conditions for your device. If the device is brought in from a cold environment, condensation may form ● both inside and on the outside of the device. Wait until the device has acclimatized to room temperature and is absolutely dry before starting it up.

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    Important information Always connect the server and the attached peripherals to the same power ● circuit. Otherwise you run the risk of losing data if, for example, the server is still running but a peripheral device (e.g. memory subsystem) fails during a power outage.

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    Important information Only set screen resolutions and refresh rates that are specified in the ● operating manual for the monitor. Otherwise, you may damage your monitor. If you are in any doubt, contact your sales outlet or customer service center. Before installing/removing internal options to/from the server, turn off the ●...

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    Important information All batteries containing pollutants are marked with a symbol (a crossed-out ● garbage can). In addition, the marking is provided with the chemical symbol of the heavy metal decisive for the classification as a pollutant: Cd Cadmium Hg Mercury Pb Lead Working with optical disk drives and media When working with optical disk drives, these instructions must be followed.

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    Important information As a precaution, remove disks from the optical disk drive when the ● drive is not to be used for a long time. Keep the optical disk tray closed to prevent foreign matter, such as dust, from entering the optical disk drive.

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    Important information CAUTION! The optical disk drive contains a light-emitting diode (LED), which under certain circumstances produces a laser beam stronger than laser class 1. Looking directly at this beam is dangerous. Never remove parts of the optical disk drive casing! Modules with Electrostatic-Sensitive Devices Modules with electrostatic-sensitive devices are identified by the following sticker:...

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    Important information For a detailed description of how to handle ESD components, see the relevant European or international standards (EN 61340-5-1, ANSI/ESD S20.20). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    If you need to lift or transport the server, ask other people to help you. ● Because the PRIMERGY CX250 S2 is large and heavy, at least two people are needed. Never lift or carry the device by the handles on the front panel.

  • Page 40: Ce Conformity

    Important information CE conformity The system complies with the requirements of the EC directives 2004/108/EC regarding "Electromagnetic Compatibility" and 2006/95/EC "Low Voltage Directive" and the directive of the European Parliament and Council 2011/65/EU. This is indicated by the CE marking (CE = Communauté Européenne). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 41: Fcc Class A Compliance Statement

    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. ● Fujitsu is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than those specified by Fujitsu. The correction of interferences caused by such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment will be the responsibility of the user.

  • Page 42: Environmental Protection

    Important information Environmental protection Environmentally-friendly product design and development This product has been designed in accordance with the Fujitsu standard for "environmentally friendly product design and development". This means that key factors such as durability, selection and labeling of materials, emissions, packaging, ease of dismantling and recycling have been taken into account.

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    Details regarding the return and recycling of devices and consumables within Europe can also be found in the "Returning used devices" manual, via your local Fujitsu branch or from our recycling center in Paderborn: Fujitsu Technology Solutions Recycling Center D-33106 Paderborn Tel.

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    Important information Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 45: Basic Hardware Procedures

    Basic hardware procedures Shutting down the server node Safety notes CAUTION! For further safety information, please refer to chapter "Important information" on page This step is only required when upgrading or replacing non-hot plug components. Ê Inform the system administrator that the server node will be shut down and put offline.

  • Page 46: Removing The Server Node From The Server Enclosure

    Basic hardware procedures Removing the server node from the server enclosure CAUTION! Shut down the server node and disconnect all external cables. ● Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important information" ● on page Figure 2: Removing the server node Ê...

  • Page 47: Removing The Mezzanine Card Bracket

    Basic hardware procedures Removing the mezzanine card bracket Figure 3: Removing the mezzanine card bracket (A) An expansion card can only installed in the slot 1 if the mezzanine card bracket has been removed. Ê Remove two screws from the mezzanine card bracket. Keep the screws for further use.

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    Basic hardware procedures Figure 4: Removing the mezzanine card bracket (B) Ê Remove the mezzanine card bracket. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 49: Installing The Mezzanine Card Bracket

    Basic hardware procedures Installing the mezzanine card bracket Only necessary if no expansion card has been installed in the PCI slot 1. Figure 5: Installing the mezzanine card bracket (A) Ê Install the mezzanine card bracket. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Basic hardware procedures Figure 6: Installing the mezzanine card bracket (B) Ê Secure the mezzanine card bracket with two screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 51: Mounting The Mezzanine Card Bracket Onto The Card

    Basic hardware procedures Mounting the mezzanine card bracket onto the card Figure 7: Mounting the mezzanine card bracket onto the card Ê Place the mezzanine card bracket on the mezzanine card. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Basic hardware procedures Figure 8: Securing mezzanine card bracket Ê Align the screw holes and secure the mezzanine card bracket with two screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 53: Removing The Mezzanine Card Bracket From The Card

    Basic hardware procedures Removing the mezzanine card bracket from the card Figure 9: Removing the mezzanine card bracket from the card Ê Remove two screws. Ê Remove the mezzanine card bracket from the mezzanine card. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 54: Installing The Linking Board

    Basic hardware procedures Installing the linking board Figure 10: Installing the linking board (A) Ê Insert the linking board in the mezzanine board connector. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Basic hardware procedures Figure 11: Installing the linking board (B) Ê Place the mounting bracket (1) and secure it with one screw (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 56: Removing The Linking Board

    Basic hardware procedures Removing the linking board Figure 12: Removing the linking board (A) Ê Remove one screw (1) and remove the mounting bracket (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Basic hardware procedures Figure 13: Installing the linking board (B) Ê Remove the linking board from the mezzanine board connector on the system board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 58: Removing The Riser Module

    Basic hardware procedures Removing the riser module Figure 14: Removing the riser module Ê Remove two screws. Ê Remove the riser module from the chassis (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 59: Installing The Riser Module

    Basic hardware procedures 4.10 Installing the riser module Figure 15: Installing the riser bracket Ê Place the riser bracket onto the chassis (1). Ê Secure the riser bracket with two screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 60: Removing The Memory Slot Air Ducts

    Basic hardware procedures 4.11 Removing the memory slot air ducts Figure 16: Removing the memory slot air ducts Ê Push the air ducts together (1) and pull them out (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 61: Installing The Memory Slot Air Ducts

    Basic hardware procedures 4.12 Installing the memory slot air ducts Figure 17: Mounting places for the memory slot air ducts 1 Air duct with shorter arm 2 Air duct with longer arm Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Basic hardware procedures Figure 18: Installing the memory slot air ducts Ê Push the air ducts together (1). Ê Press down on the air ducts until they snap into the securing clips (2). Ensure to install the air ducts at the correct location as shown. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 63: Installing The Server Node In The Server Enclosure

    Basic hardware procedures 4.13 Installing the server node in the server enclosure CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in the chapter "Important information" ● on page Figure 19: Installing the server node Ê Push the server node at the handle into the server enclosure until the locking mechanism snaps into place.

  • Page 64: Switching On The Server Node

    Basic hardware procedures 4.14 Switching on the server node CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in chapter "Important information" on ● page Ê If applicable, connect all external cables to the server node. Figure 20: Controls and indicators of the server node 1 ID indicator 2 On/Off button / Power-on indicator Ê...

  • Page 65: Basic Software Procedures

    For more detailed information, refer to the "ServerView Operations Manager - Server Management" user guide available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com 5.1.1.2 Configuring boot watchdog settings If the system is to be started from removable boot media for firmware upgrade purposes, the Boot watchdog needs to be disabled before starting maintenance task.

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    Basic software procedures Configuring boot watchdog settings in the BIOS Ê Enter the BIOS. Ê Select the Server Mgmt menu. Ê Under OS Watchdog Timer select the Disabled setting. Ê Save your changes and exit the BIOS. For detailed information on how to access the BIOS and modify settings, refer to the "System Board D3196 BIOS Setup Utility"...

  • Page 67: Completing The Maintenance Task

    (EMEA market) http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/ http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/downloads/ (Japanese market) Fujitsu does not assume responsibility for any damage done to the server or for the loss of any data resulting from BIOS updates. 5.2.1.1 Updating or recovering the system board BIOS Flash BIOS Update with a USB stick Ê...

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    Basic software procedures Ê Change to the directory where the file F_All.bat is located and start the Flash BIOS Update with the command DosFlash. Then follow the instructions on the screen. Ê After the Flash BIOS Update the system reports the messages:. "Warning: System must power-off to have the changes take effect!"...

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    Basic software procedures Figure 21: Recovery screen CAUTION! Do not interrupt the BIOS recovery process after it has started. If the process is interrupted, the system BIOS may be permanently corrupted. Ê After completion of the flash process, the following screen is shown on the screen: Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Basic software procedures Figure 22: Flash Update screen – Press the Enter key to reboot the system. – Remove the server node from the server enclosure as described in section "Removing the server node from the server enclosure" on page –...

  • Page 71: Updating Or Recovering The Bmc

    Basic software procedures 5.2.1.2 Updating or recovering the BMC BMC flash procedure For the Japanese market, follow the instructions provided separately. Ê Prepare a USB stick including the bootable BMC firmware update image. Ê Connect the USB stick to the USB port. Ensure that only the USB device with the BMC firmware is connected to the USB port.

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    Basic software procedures BMC recovery procedure For the Japanese market, follow the instructions provided separately. The BMC flash procedure will take some time. It can be up to 5 minutes until a screen is shown on the screen. Ê Prepare a bootable USB stick including the bootable BMC firmware update image.

  • Page 73: Updating Raid Controller Firmware

    "Local System Update for PRIMERGY Servers" user guide Using the flash tool The latest firmware files are available as ASPs (Autonomous Support Packages) for Windows or as DOS tools from the Fujitsu support web pages at: (EMEA market) http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/ http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/downloads/ (Japanese market) Ê...

  • Page 74: Enabling Boot Watchdog Functionality

    Basic software procedures 5.2.3 Enabling boot watchdog functionality If ServerView Operation Manager boot watchdog functionality has been disabled for firmware upgrade purposes (see section "Disabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 65), it has to be re-enabled to complete the maintenance task.

  • Page 75: Verifying The Memory Mode

    Basic software procedures 5.2.5 Verifying the memory mode If a memory module fails, the server will reboot and the defective module will be disabled. As a result, the current operation mode (e.g. Performance Channel mode) may no longer be available due to a lack of identical memory module pairs.

  • Page 76: Viewing And Clearing The System Event Log (sel)

    Basic software procedures Ê Select the Main menu. Ê Under System Time and System Date specify the correct time and date. By default, the system time set in the BIOS is RTC (Real Time Clock) local time. If your IT infrastructure relies on universally accepted time standards, set the System Time to UTC (Universal Time, Coordinated) instead.

  • Page 77: Clearing The Sel

    Basic software procedures For detailed information on BMC settings, refer to the "Web Graphical User Interface (GUI) for ESMS" user guides available online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com 5.2.7.2 Clearing the SEL You can clear the System Event Log (SEL) using the ServerView BMC web frontend: Ê...

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    Basic software procedures kudzu may not launch at boot depending on the client’s environment. Ê Select Keep Configuration and Ignore to complete the boot process. Ê Use the vi text editor to specify the MAC address in the HWADDR section of the ifcfg-eth<x>...

  • Page 79: Performing A Raid Array Rebuild

    Basic software procedures 5.2.9 Performing a RAID array rebuild After replacing a hard disk drive that has been combined into a RAID array, RAID rebuild will be performed completely unattended as a background process. Ê Ensure that the RAID array rebuild has started normally. Wait until the progress bar has reached at least one percent.

  • Page 80: 5.2.10 Looking Up Changed Mac / Wwn Addresses

    Basic software procedures 5.2.10 Looking up changed MAC / WWN addresses When replacing a network controller or SFP+ transceiver module, the MAC (Media Access Control) and WWN (World Wide Name) addresses will change. In addition to the procedures described below, MAC / WWN addresses can also be found on the type label attached to a network controller or system board.

  • Page 81: 5.2.11 Using The Chassis Id Prom Tool

    After replacing the system board, the HDD or PDB backplane, system information has to be entered using the ChassisId_Prom Tool. The tool and further instructions are available to maintenance personnel from the Fujitsu Technology Solutions Extranet: http://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/service/intelservers/tools For the Japanese market, follow the instructions provided separately.

  • Page 82: 5.2.12 Configuring Lan Teaming

    Basic software procedures 5.2.12 Configuring LAN teaming Use ServerView Operations Manager to obtain detailed information on existing LAN teams: Ê In ServerView Operations Manager Single System View select System Status from the Information / Operation menu. Ê Under Network Interfaces select LAN Teaming. Ê...

  • Page 83: Expansion Cards And Battery Backup Units

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Safety notes CAUTION! Do not damage or modify internal cables or devices. Doing so may ● cause a device failure, fire, or electric shock. Devices and components inside the server node remain hot after ●...

  • Page 84: Basic Information

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Basic information The system board is equipped with two expansion slots: Figure 24: PCI slot overview Pos. PCI slot Type Function PCIe x16 Slot with riser card for low profile cards Mezzanine board connector for PCIe x16 SAS/10GbE cards Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...

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    Table 5: Expansion card slot sequence For the latest information on supported expansion cards, refer your server’s hardware configurator available online at the following address: for the EMEA market: http://ts.fujitsu.com/products/standard_servers/tower/primergy_cx250s1.html for the Japanese market: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primergy/system/ Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 86: Additional Tasks

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Additional tasks This section provides additional expansion card related information on how to install slot brackets and SFP+ transceiver modules. For further instructions regarding controller settings, please refer to the accompanying documentation. 6.2.1 Mounting expansion card slot brackets Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 6.2.1.1...

  • Page 87: Network Adapter D3035

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.2.1.3 Network adapter D3035 Figure 25: Placing the slot bracket - D3035 Ê Place the controller on the mounting tabs on the slot bracket (1). Ê Carefully shift the slot bracket towards the controller (2) until the plug shells engage with the cut-outs in the slot bracket connector panel (see close-up).

  • Page 88: Network Adapter D3045

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 27: Assembled network adapter D3035 Assembled network adapter D3035 6.2.1.4 Network adapter D3045 Figure 28: Placing the slot bracket - D3045 Ê Hinge the slot bracket to the plug shell as shown (1). Ê...

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    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 29: Fastening the slot bracket - D3045 Ê Secure the slot bracket to the controller with one M3 x 4.5 mm screw. Figure 30: Assembled network adapter D3045 Assembled network adapter D3045 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 90: Network Adapter D2755

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.2.1.5 Network adapter D2755 Figure 31: Placing the slot bracket - D2755 Ê Place the controller on the mounting tabs on the slot bracket (1). Ê Carefully shift the slot bracket towards the controller until the plug shells engage with the cut-outs in the slot bracket connector panel (2).

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    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 32: Fastening the slot bracket - D2755 Ê Fasten the slot bracket to the controller with two M3 x 4.5 mm screws. Figure 33: Assembled network adapter D2755 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 92: Handling Sfp+ Transceiver Modules

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.2.2 Handling SFP+ transceiver modules 6.2.2.1 Installing SFP+ transceiver modules Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: tool-less ● Preparing the SFP+ transceiver module Figure 34: Removing the protective optical port plug Ê...

  • Page 93

    Expansion cards and battery backup units CAUTION! – Always keep the protective port plugs attached to the transceiver optical bores and fiber-optic cable connectors until you are ready to make a connection. – Save the protective port plug for future use. Figure 35: Unlatching the locking bail Ê...

  • Page 94

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Inserting the SFP+ transceiver module Figure 36: Inserting the SFP+ transceiver module Ê Insert and slide the SFP+ transceiver module into the socket connector as far as it will go. If only one slot is equipped with a SFP+ transceiver module, use the primary right connector as shown.

  • Page 95

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 37: Latching the locking bail Ê Carefully fold up and latch the locking bail. Figure 38: Attaching the protective optical port plug Ê If the SFP+ transceiver module is not immediately connected to an LC connector, attach the protective optical port plug to the transceiver optical bores.

  • Page 96

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Installing the secondary SFP+ transceiver module Figure 39: Installing the secondary SFP+ transceiver module Ê If applicable, install the secondary SFP+ transceiver module accordingly. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 97: Removing An Sfp+ Transceiver Module

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.2.2.2 Removing an SFP+ transceiver module Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: tool-less ● Figure 40: Removing the protective optical port plug Ê...

  • Page 98

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 41: Unlatching the locking bail Ê Carefully unlatch and fold down the locking bail on the SFP+ transceiver module to eject the transceiver from the socket connector. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 99

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 42: Removing the SFP+ transceiver Ê Pull the SFP+ transceiver module out of its socket connector. Ê Reattach the protective optical port plug to the transceiver optical bores. Place the removed SFP+ transceiver module in an antistatic bag or other protective environment.

  • Page 100: Replacing Sfp+ Transceiver Modules

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.2.2.3 Replacing SFP+ transceiver modules Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: tool-less ● Removing SFP+ transceiver modules Ê Remove the defective SFP+ transceiver module(s) as described in section "Removing an SFP+ transceiver module"...

  • Page 101: Expansion Cards In The Riser Module

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Expansion cards in the riser module Safety notes CAUTION! Do not damage or modify internal cables or devices. Doing so may ● cause a device failure, fire, or electric shock. Devices and components inside the server remain hot after ●...

  • Page 102: Installing Expansion Cards

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.3.1 Installing expansion cards Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.3.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver 6.3.1.2 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures:...

  • Page 103: Removing The Slot Bracket

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.3.1.3 Removing the slot bracket Figure 43: Removing the slot bracket Ê Remove one screw from the slot bracket (1). Save the screw for installing! Ê Remove the slot bracket (2). CAUTION! Keep the slot bracket for further use. Always replace slot brackets into the unused PCI slot openings to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements.

  • Page 104: Installing An Expansion Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.3.1.4 Installing an expansion card Ê Remove the expansion card from its protective packaging. For further instructions regarding controller settings, please refer to the accompanying documentation. Ê If applicable, attach the required slot bracket to the expansion card as described in section "Mounting expansion card slot brackets"...

  • Page 105: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 45: Installing the expansion card (B) Ê Place the riser module onto the chassis (1). Ê Secure the riser module with two screws (2). Ê If applicable, connect internal cables to the expansion card. For a complete cabling overview, please refer to section "Cabling overview"...

  • Page 106: Removing Expansion Cards

    Expansion cards and battery backup units "Enabling boot watchdog functionality" on page 74 Ê "After replacing / upgrading LAN controllers" on page 82 (if applicable) Ê 6.3.2 Removing expansion cards Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.3.2.1 Required tools...

  • Page 107: Removing An Expansion Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.3.2.3 Removing an expansion card Figure 46: Removing an expansion card (A) Ê Remove two screws from the riser module (1). Ê Carefully remove the riser module from the chassis (2). Ê If applicable, remove SFP+ transceiver modules from the expansion card, as described in section "Removing an SFP+ transceiver module"...

  • Page 108: Installing The Slot Bracket

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 47: Removing an expansion card (B) Ê Remove one screw from the expansion card (1). Ê Remove the expansion card into the riser module (2). 6.3.2.4 Installing the slot bracket CAUTION! Always replace slot brackets into the unused PCI slot openings to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements.

  • Page 109: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 48: Installing the slot bracket Ê Install the slot bracket (1). Ê Secure the slot bracket with one screw. 6.3.2.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the riser module" on page 59 Ê...

  • Page 110: Replacing Expansion Cards

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.3.3 Replacing expansion cards Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes Note on network settings recovery When replacing network controllers or the system board, network configuration settings in the operating system will be lost and replaced by default values.

  • Page 111: Removing An Expansion Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.3.3.3 Removing an expansion card Ê Remove the defective expansion card as described in "Removing an expansion card" on page 107. Ê If applicable, remove SFP+ transceiver modules from the expansion card, as described in section "Removing an SFP+ transceiver module"...

  • Page 112

    Expansion cards and battery backup units "After replacing / upgrading LAN controllers" on page 82 (if applicable) Ê "Updating the NIC configuration file in a Linux environment" on page 77 Ê "Looking up changed MAC / WWN addresses" on page 80 Ê...

  • Page 113: Mezzanine Cards

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Mezzanine cards Safety notes CAUTION! Do not damage or modify internal cables or devices. Doing so may ● cause a device failure, fire, or electric shock. Devices and components inside the server remain hot after ●...

  • Page 114: Installing The Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.1 Installing the mezzanine card Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.4.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: ● –...

  • Page 115: Preparing The Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.1.3 Preparing the mezzanine card Figure 49: 10 Gbit Ethernet Controller dual port SFP+ Ê Remove the expansion card from its protective packaging. For further instructions regarding controller settings, please refer to the accompanying documentation. Figure 50: Removing connector cover Ê...

  • Page 116: Installing The Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Always replace slot brackets into the unused PCI slot openings to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. 6.4.1.4 Installing the mezzanine card Figure 51: Installing the mezzanine card (A) Ê Insert the connector of the mezzanine card in the linking board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 117: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 52: Installing the mezzanine card (B) Ê Secure the mezzanine card with one screw (1). Ê Secure the mezzanine card bracket with two screws (2). Ê If applicable, connect internal cables to the expansion card. For a complete cabling overview, please refer to section "Cabling overview"...

  • Page 118: Removing The Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.2 Removing the mezzanine card Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.4.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: ● –...

  • Page 119: Removing The Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.2.3 Removing the mezzanine card Figure 53: Removing the mezzanine card (B) Ê Remove one screw from the mezzanine card (1). Ê Remove two screws from the mezzanine card bracket (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 120

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 54: Removing the mezzanine card (B) Ê Disconnect the mezzanine card from the linking board (1) and remove it (2). Ê Remove the mezzanine card bracket from the mezzanine card as described in section "Removing the mezzanine card bracket from the card"...

  • Page 121: Installing The Connector Cover

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.2.4 Installing the connector cover CAUTION! Always replace connector covers into the unused PCI slot openings to comply with applicable EMC regulations and satisfy cooling requirements. Figure 55: Installing the connector cover Ê Hook the slot cover in the mezzanine card bracket on one side. Ê...

  • Page 122: Replacing The Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.3 Replacing the mezzanine card Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes Note on network settings recovery When replacing network controllers or the system board, network configuration settings in the operating system will be lost and replaced by default values.

  • Page 123: Installing The Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Ê Remove the mezzanine card bracket from the card as described in section "Removing the mezzanine card bracket from the card" on page 6.4.3.4 Installing the mezzanine card Ê Mount the mezzanine card bracket on the new mezzanine card as described in section "Mounting the mezzanine card bracket onto the card"...

  • Page 124: Installing A 10 Gbt Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.4 Installing a 10 GbT mezzanine card Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.4.4.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: ●...

  • Page 125: Installing The 10 Gbt Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.4.3 Installing the 10 GbT mezzanine card Figure 56: Installing the 10 GbT mezzanine card Ê Insert the connector of the 10 GbT mezzanine card in the linking board. Ê Secure the mezzanine card bracket with three screws (see circles). 6.4.4.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures:...

  • Page 126: Removing A 10 Gbt Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.5 Removing a 10 GbT mezzanine card Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.4.5.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: ●...

  • Page 127: Removing The 10 Gbt Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.5.3 Removing the 10 GbT mezzanine card Figure 57: Removing the 10 GbT mezzanine card Ê Remove three screws from mezzanine card bracket. Ê Disconnect the mezzanine card from the linking board. 6.4.5.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the mezzanine card bracket"...

  • Page 128: Replacing A 10 Gbt Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.6 Replacing a 10 GbT mezzanine card Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes Note on network settings recovery When replacing network controllers or the system board, network configuration settings in the operating system will be lost and replaced by default values.

  • Page 129: Installing The Mezzanine Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.4.6.4 Installing the mezzanine card Ê Install the new mezzanine card as described in section "Installing the 10 GbT mezzanine card" on page 125. 6.4.6.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the server node in the server enclosure" on page 63 Ê...

  • Page 130: Mezzanine Sas Raid Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Mezzanine SAS RAID controller Safety notes CAUTION! Do not damage or modify internal cables or devices. Doing so may ● cause a device failure, fire, or electric shock. Devices and components inside the server remain hot after ●...

  • Page 131: Installing The Mezzanine Sas Raid Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.1 Installing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 10 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.5.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: ●...

  • Page 132: Removing Onboard Sata Cabling

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.1.3 Removing onboard SATA cabling Figure 58: Removing onboard SATA cabling Ê Disconnect and remove the onboard SATA cables. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 133: Preparing The Mezzanine Sas Raid Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.1.4 Preparing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller Figure 59: RAID controller SAS 6G 8port internal SAS connector port 0-3 SAS connector port 4-7 Connector to the linking board BBU connector Ê Remove the mezzanine SAS RAID controller from its protective packaging. For further instructions regarding controller settings, please refer to the accompanying documentation.

  • Page 134

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 60: Removing dummies from the SAS connectors Ê Remove the dummies from the SAS connectors. Keep the dummies for further use. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 135

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 61: Connecting cabel(s) for HDD 2.5" and HDD 3.5" Cabling for HDD 2.5" Ê Connect cable C6 to SAS connector port 0-1 (1). Ê Connect cable C7 to SAS connector port 4-7 (2). Cabling for HDD 3.5"...

  • Page 136

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Only necessary if a BBU will be installed: Figure 62: Connecting BBU cable Ê Connect the BBU cable 1 to the BBU connector of the SAS mezzanine card. Ê Mount the mezzanine card bracket as described in "Mounting the mezzanine card bracket onto the card"...

  • Page 137: Installing The Mezzanine Sas Raid Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.1.5 Installing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller Figure 63: Installing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller (A) Ê Insert the connector of the mezzanine SAS RAID controller in the linking board. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 138

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 64: Installing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller (B) Ê Secure the mezzanine SAS RAID controller with one screw (1) Ê Secure the mezzanine card bracket with two screws (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 139: Connecting Cables

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.1.6 Connecting cables Figure 65: Connectors on the system board (B) Connector SATA/SAS1 SGPIO Connector HDD0 Connector HDD1 Connector HDD2 Connector HDD3 Connector HDD4 Connector HDD5 Connector SAS1/SAS2 SGPIO Note the labels on the cables. Cabling for HDD 2.5"...

  • Page 140: Cable Routing With External Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.1.7 Cable routing with external controller Figure 66: Cable routing for HDD 2.5" and HDD 3.5" Ê Run the cable C3 between the chassis and the memory slots (1). Ê Run the cable C7 between the chassis and the memory slots (1). Ê...

  • Page 141: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 67: Cable routing with SAS RAID controller (B) Ê Make sure that the cable will not be damaged here (on both sides). For a complete cabling overview, please refer to section "Cabling overview" on page 246.

  • Page 142: Removing The Mezzanine Sas Raid Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.2 Removing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 10 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.5.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: ●...

  • Page 143: Cabling With Onboard Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.2.4 Cabling with onboard controller Note the labels on the cables. Figure 68: Connectors on the system board (A) Connector MINI SAS1 Connector MINI SAS2 Cabling for HDD 2.5" Ê Connect the cable C4 to the connectors 1. Ê...

  • Page 144

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 69: Connectors on the system board (B) Connector SATA/SAS1 SGPIO Connector HDD0 Connector HDD1 Connector HDD2 Connector HDD3 Connector HDD4 Connector HDD5 Connector SAS1/SAS2 SGPIO Cabling for HDD 2.5" Ê Connect the cable C4 to the connectors 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Ê...

  • Page 145: Cable Routing With Onboard Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.2.5 Cable routing with onboard controller Figure 70: Running cables with onboard controller (A) Ê Run the cables between the chassis and the memory slots. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 146: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 71: Cable routing with onboard controller (B) Ê Make sure that the cable will not be damaged here (on both sides). 6.5.2.6 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the server node in the server enclosure" on page 63 Ê...

  • Page 147: Replacing The Mezzanine Sas Raid Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.3 Replacing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 10 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 6.5.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: ●...

  • Page 148: Installing The Mezzanine Sas Raid Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.5.3.4 Installing the mezzanine SAS RAID controller Ê Mount the mezzanine card bracket on the new RAID controller SAS 6G 8port internal as described in section "Mounting the mezzanine card bracket onto the card" on page Ê...

  • Page 149: Riser Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Riser card CAUTION! Follow the safety instructions in chapter "Important information" on page 6.6.1 Replacing the riser card Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 6.6.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ●...

  • Page 150: Removing The Riser Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.6.1.3 Removing the riser card Figure 72: Removing the riser card (A) Ê Remove the screw. Figure 73: Removing the riser card (B) Ê Pull the riser card out of its slot. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 151: Installing The Riser Card

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.6.1.4 Installing the riser card Figure 74: Installing the riser card (A) Ê Insert the riser card into its slot. Figure 75: Installing the riser card (B) Ê Secure the riser card with the screw. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 152: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.6.1.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: Ê If applicable, re-install the expansion cards as described in section "Installing expansion cards" on page 102. "Installing the server node in the server enclosure" on page 63 Ê...

  • Page 153: Battery Backup Units (bbu)

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Battery Backup Units (BBU) The Battery Backup Unit (BBU) backs up the memory contents of the connected SAS RAID controller in the event of a power failure. 6.7.1 Installing a BBU Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes CAUTION! For further information, please refer to chapter...

  • Page 154: Preparing A Bbu

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.7.1.3 Preparing a BBU Figure 76: BBU kit BBU kit: BBU holder BBU cable Screws Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 155

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 77: Connecting the BBU cable Ê Connect the BBU cable to the BBU. CAUTION! Make sure that the connector side with the three dots is on the top (see close-up). Otherwise you risk short-circuits. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 156

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 78: Installing the BBU in the BBU holder Ê Place the BBU holder on the BBU (as shown). Ê Secure the BBU holder with three screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 157: Installing The Bbu Into The System Board

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.7.1.4 Installing the BBU into the system board Figure 79: Installing the BBU (A) Ê Remove two screws. Keep the screws for further use. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 158

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 80: Installing the BBU (B) Ê Place the BBU on the heat sink CPU1 (1). Ê Secure the BBU with the two screws (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 159: Routing The Bbu Cable

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.7.1.5 Routing the BBU cable Figure 81: Routing the BBU cable for HDD 3.5" (A) Ê Run the BBU cable between the chassis and the memory slots. Figure 82: Routing the BBU cable for HDD 3.5" (B) Ê...

  • Page 160

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 83: Routing the BBU cable for HDD 2.5" (A) Ê Run the BBU cable between the chassis and the SATA cable. The BBU cable must be outside. Figure 84: Routing the BBU cable for HDD 2.5" (B) Ê...

  • Page 161: Connecting The Bbu To The Controller

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.7.1.6 Connecting the BBU to the controller Only necessary if the BBU cable is not yet installed. Figure 85: Connecting the BBU cable Ê Connect the BBU cable 1 to the BBU connector of the SAS mezzanine card. 6.7.1.7 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures:...

  • Page 162

    Ê If the BBU status does not change after 8 hours, please try to initiate the recalibration process manually using the ServerView RAID Manager. If this procedure still does not fix the BBU status, please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 163: Removing The Bbu

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.7.2 Removing the BBU Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes CAUTION! Do not throw battery backup units into the trash can. Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste.

  • Page 164: Removing The Bbu From The System Board

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.7.2.3 Removing the BBU from the system board Figure 86: Disconnecting the BBU cable Ê Carefully disconnect the BBU cable 1 from the RAID controller. Figure 87: Removing the BBU cable for HDD 2.5" Ê...

  • Page 165: Fastening The System Board In The Chassis

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 88: Removing the BBU (A) Ê Remove two screws (1). Ê Remove the BBU (2). 6.7.2.4 Fastening the system board in the chassis Figure 89: Fastening the system board in the chassis Ê Secure the system board in the chassis with two screws. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 166: Concluding Steps

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.7.2.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the server node in the server enclosure" on page 63 Ê Ê If applicable, reconnect all external cables. "Switching on the server node" on page 64 Ê...

  • Page 167: Removing The Bbu From The Chassis

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Ê If applicable, remove all external cables from the server node. "Removing the server node from the server enclosure" on page 46 Ê 6.7.3.3 Removing the BBU from the chassis Ê Remove the BBU holder from the chassis as described in section "Removing the BBU from the system board"...

  • Page 168

    Expansion cards and battery backup units Figure 91: Disconnecting the BBU cable Ê Carefully disconnect the BBU cable from the BBU. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 169: Installing A New Bbu

    Expansion cards and battery backup units 6.7.3.5 Installing a new BBU Ê Install the new BBU into the BBU holder as described in section "Installing a BBU" on page 153. Figure 92: Installing the BBU (B) Ê Place the BBU on the heat sink CPU1 (1). Ê...

  • Page 170: Concluding Steps

    Ê If the BBU status does not change after 8 hours, please try to initiate the recalibration process manually using the ServerView RAID Manager. If this procedure still does not fix the BBU status, please contact your local Fujitsu customer service partner. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 171: Main Memory

    Main memory Safety notes CAUTION! Do not install unsupported third party memory modules. For further ● information on supported memory modules, refer to section "Basic information" on page 172. Memory modules remain hot after shutdown. Wait for components to ● cool down before installing or removing memory modules to prevent burns.

  • Page 172: Basic Information

    Main memory Basic information – Each CPU offers 8 Slots for DDR3 memory modules organized in 2 banks and 4 channels – If you need more than 8 slots you have to configure the 2nd CPU. – Supported memory modules: There are 3 different kinds of DDR3 Memory Modules available: UDIMM / RDIMM and LRDIMM –...

  • Page 173: Minimum Configuration

    Main memory Minimum configuration Minimum configuration is 2x CPU and 8x memory. Maximum configurations – 16x 32GB LRDIMM (quad rank modules) = 512GB – 16x 16GB RDIMM (dual rank modules) = 256GB – 16x 8GB UDIMM (dual rank modules) = 128GB First Memory (one module) has to be selected for an orderable basic unit per - Memory upgrade is possible by 8x memory units - Memory mirroring is supported with 8 identical modules in channel A+B, C+D...

  • Page 174

    Main memory CPU0 DIMM slots Ch A1 Ch A2 Ch B1 Ch B2 Ch C1 Ch C2 Ch D1 Ch D2 Table 6: S2L DIMM population rules for CPU0 CPU1 DIMM slots Ch E1 Ch E2 Ch F1 Ch F2 Ch G1 Ch G2 Ch H1 Ch H2 Table 7: S2L DIMM population rules for CPU1 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 175: Operation Modes

    Main memory 7.1.2 Operation modes Sequence of memory population listed for the different modes. Legend: Channel required optional, same type in Bank per CPU 7.1.2.1 Performance Channel Mode In this configuration, the memory module population ex factory is spread across all channels.

  • Page 176: Installing Memory Modules

    Main memory Installing memory modules Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 7.2.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: tool-less ● 7.2.2 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: "Disabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 65 Ê...

  • Page 177: Installing A Memory Module

    Main memory 7.2.3 Installing a memory module Figure 94: Installing memory modules (A) Ê Press out the securing clip at each end of the memory module connector. Figure 95: Installing memory modules (B) Ê Press down on the memory module until the securing clips snap into the cutouts at each end of the module.

  • Page 178

    Main memory Ê Connect the SATA cable(s) to the connectors on the system board described in section "Connectors on the boards" on page 251, figure 150 and reroute the cables as described in section "Cabling with onboard controller" on page 143 "Cable routing with onboard controller"...

  • Page 179: Removing Memory Modules

    Main memory Removing memory modules Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes 7.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: tool-less ● 7.3.2 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: "Disabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 65 Ê...

  • Page 180: Removing A Memory Module

    Main memory CAUTION! Ensure to maintain an operational configuration when removing memory modules. For additional information, please refer to section "Operation modes" on page 175. 7.3.3 Removing a memory module Figure 96: Removing memory modules (A) Ê Eject the desired memory module by pressing out the securing clips at each end of the memory module connector.

  • Page 181

    Main memory Ê Connect the SATA cable(s) to the connectors on the system board described in section "Connectors on the boards" on page 251, figure 150 and reroute the cables as described in section "Cabling with onboard controller" on page 143 "Cable routing with onboard controller"...

  • Page 182: Replacing Memory Modules

    Main memory Replacing memory modules Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 7.4.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Main steps: tool-less ● 7.4.2 Preliminary steps Perform the following procedures: "Disabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality"...

  • Page 183: Removing A Memory Module

    Main memory 7.4.3 Removing a memory module Ê Identify the defective memory slot. Ê Remove the defective memory module as described in section "Removing memory modules" on page 179. 7.4.4 Installing a memory module Ê Install the new memory module as described in section "Installing memory modules"...

  • Page 184

    Main memory Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 185: Processors

    Processors Safety notes CAUTION! Do not install unsupported processors. For further information on ● supported processors, refer to section "Basic information" on page 186. Circuit boards and soldered parts of internal options are exposed and ● can be damaged by static electricity. Always discharge static build-up (e.g.

  • Page 186: Basic Information

    Processors Basic information 8.1.1 Supported processors – Intel Xeon E5-2600v2 processor series CPUs – Socket type: LGA 2011 package – Thermal Design Power (TDP) class: up to 135 W 8.1.2 Processor locations Module G1 Module A1 Module G2 Module A2 Module H1 Module B1 Module H2...

  • Page 187: Replacing Processors

    Processors Replacing processors Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average hardware task duration: 15 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes CAUTION! Processors are extremely sensitive to electrostatic discharge and must be handled with care. After a processor has been removed from its protective sleeve or from its socket, place it upside down on a nonconducting, antistatic surface.

  • Page 188: Removing Processor Heat Sinks

    Processors 8.2.3 Removing processor heat sinks 8.2.3.1 Removing the processor heat sink from CPU0 Figure 99: Removing the processor heat sink CPU0 (A) Ê Carefully press on the middle of the heat sink and loosen the four captive screws in a crossover pattern according to the numbering. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 189

    Processors Figure 100: Removing the processor heat sink CPU0 (B) Ê Carefully turn the heat sink back and forth to detach it from the processor (1). This may be necessary due to the adhesive quality of the thermal paste located between the heat sink and processor. CAUTION! Pay special attention not to damage any system board components surrounding the processor socket.

  • Page 190: Removing The Processor Heat Sink From Cpu1

    Processors 8.2.3.2 Removing the processor heat sink from CPU1 Figure 101: Removing the processor heat sink CPU1 (A) Ê Carefully press on the middle of the heat sink and loosen the four captive screws in a crossover pattern according to the numbering. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 191

    Processors Figure 102: Removing the processor heat sink CPU1 (B) Ê Carefully turn the heat sink back and forth to detach it from the processor (1). This may be necessary due to the adhesive quality of the thermal paste located between the heat sink and processor. CAUTION! Pay special attention not to damage any system board components surrounding the processor socket.

  • Page 192: Removing The Processor

    Processors 8.2.4 Removing the processor Figure 103: Opening socket release lever 1 Ê Unlatch the socket release lever marked Open 1st by pushing it down and away from the socket (1). Ê The socket release lever will slightly lift up (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 193

    Processors Figure 104: Opening socket release lever 2 Ê Unlatch the socket release lever marked Close 1st by pushing it down and away from the socket (1). Ê Fully fold back the second socket release lever (2). Figure 105: Opening the load plate (A) Ê...

  • Page 194

    Processors Figure 106: Opening the load plate (B) Ê Fully open the load plate. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 195

    Processors Figure 107: Removing the processor Ê Carefully remove the defective processor from its socket in a vertical motion. CAUTION! Be careful not to touch or bend the spring contacts on the processor socket. Ê If the processor may be reused later, thoroughly clean residual thermal paste from the processor surface using a lint-free cloth and store the processor in a save place.

  • Page 196: Installing The Processor

    Processors 8.2.5 Installing the processor Figure 108: Installing the processor Ê Hold the processor with your thumb and index finger. Ê Make sure that the four notches on the processor align with the posts on the socket (see close-up). Ê Lower the processor straight down without tilting or sliding it in the socket. CAUTION! –...

  • Page 197

    Processors Figure 109: Closing the load plate Ê Carefully lower the load plate over the processor. CAUTION! Always replace the socket cover if you remove the processor from the socket! Figure 110: Closing socket release lever 2 Ê Fully close and hold shut the load plate. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 198

    Processors Ê Close the socket release lever marked Close 1st (1) and latch it under the load plate retention tab to lock down the load plate (2). Figure 111: Closing socket release lever 1 Ê Close the socket release lever marked Open 1st (1) and latch it under the load plate retention tab (2).

  • Page 199: Applying Thermal Paste

    Processors 8.2.6 Applying thermal paste For the Japanese market, the service engineer must follow the instruction provided separately. If the processor upgrade or replacement kit contains a new CPU heat sink, a thin layer of thermal compound has already been pre-applied to its lower surface.

  • Page 200

    Processors Figure 113: Applying thermal paste Ê Apply a small streak of thermal paste (1.0 gram, see description above) to the center of the processor surface as shown. CAUTION! Do not mix different types of thermal paste. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 201: Installing The Processor Heat Sink

    Processors 8.2.7 Installing the processor heat sink 8.2.7.1 Installing the processor heat sink on CPU0 Figure 114: Processor heat sink for CPU0 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 202

    Processors Figure 115: Installing the heat sink CPU0 (A) Ê Carefully seat the heat sink on the four threaded holes as shown. CAUTION! – Ensure that the screws on the heat sink are properly seated on the threaded holes (see circles). –...

  • Page 203

    Processors Figure 116: Installing the heat sink CPU0 (B) To avoid inclining of the heat sink carefully press on the middle of the heat sink. Ê Fasten the four captive screws on the heat sink in a crossover pattern according to the numbering (screw torque: 1.0 Nm, not applicable for the Japanese market).

  • Page 204: Installing The Processor Heat Sink On Cpu1

    Processors 8.2.7.2 Installing the processor heat sink on CPU1 Figure 117: Processor heat sink for CPU1 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 205

    Processors Figure 118: Installing the heat sink CPU1 (A) Ê Carefully seat the heat sink on the four threaded holes as shown. CAUTION! – Ensure that the screws on the heat sink are properly seated on the threaded holes (see circles). –...

  • Page 206: Concluding Steps

    Processors Figure 119: Installing the heat sink CPU1 (B) To avoid inclining of the heat sink carefully press on the middle of the heat sink. Ê Fasten the four captive screws on the heat sink in a crossover pattern according to the numbering (screw torque: 1.0 Nm, not applicable for the Japanese market).

  • Page 207: Replacing The Processor Heat Sink

    Processors Replacing the processor heat sink Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average task duration: 15 minutes 8.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Removing and installing the processor heat sink: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver 8.3.2 Preliminary steps Before replacing the processor heat sink, perform the following steps:...

  • Page 208: Concluding Steps

    Processors Figure 120: Heat sink types 1 Heat sink for CPU0 2 Heat sink for CPU1 Ê Remove the protective cover from the heat sink. Ensure not to touch the thermal paste on the bottom of the heat sink. Ê Install the processor heat sink as described in section "Installing the processor heat sink"...

  • Page 209: System Board And Components

    System board and components This chapter provides information on how to replace the system board module and system board components as its CMOS battery and the USB Flash Module (UFM). Safety notes CAUTION! Devices and components inside the server remain hot after ●...

  • Page 210: Required Tools

    For further safety information, please refer to section "Environmental ● protection" in the PRIMERGY CX250 S2 Operating Manual. Ensure to insert the CMOS battery the with the positive pole ● facing up! 9.1.1...

  • Page 211: Removing The Cmos Battery

    System board and components 9.1.3 Removing the CMOS battery Figure 121: Replacing the CMOS battery (A) Ê Pull out the depleted CMOS battery of its socket. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 212: Installing The Cmos Battery

    System board and components 9.1.4 Installing the CMOS battery Figure 122: Installing the CMOS battery Ê Insert the new CMOS battery into its socket as shown. CAUTION! Ensure to insert the CMOS battery with the positive pole (label side) facing to you as shown (see close-up). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 213: Concluding Steps

    System board and components 9.1.5 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: Ê Dispose of the CMOS battery in accordance with local regulations concerning special waste. "Installing the server node in the server enclosure" on page 63 Ê Ê If applicable, reconnect all external cables. "Switching on the server node"...

  • Page 214: Usb Flash Module (ufm)

    System board and components USB Flash Module (UFM) The server node can be equipped with a USB Flash Module (UFM). 9.2.1 Installing the UFM board Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 5 minutes Average software task duration: 5 minutes 9.2.1.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less...

  • Page 215: Installing The Ufm Board

    System board and components 9.2.1.3 Installing the UFM board Figure 123: UFM kit USB Flash Module (UFM) UFM nylon screw Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    System board and components Figure 124: UFM mounting location UFM mounting location on the system board: UFM connector UFM spacer Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    System board and components Figure 125: Installing the UFM board (A) Ê Connect the UFM board to the system board. Figure 126: Installing the UFM board (C) Ê Secure the UFM module on the UFM spacer with the nylon screw (1). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 218: Concluding Steps

    System board and components 9.2.1.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the server node in the server enclosure" on page 63 Ê Ê If applicable, reconnect all external cables. "Switching on the server node" on page 64 Ê "Enabling boot watchdog functionality" on page 74 Ê...

  • Page 219: Removing The Ufm Board

    System board and components "Disabling SVOM boot watchdog functionality" on page 65 Ê Ê Locate the desired server with the ID button. "Shutting down the server node" on page 45 Ê Ê If applicable, remove all external cables from the server node. "Removing the server node from the server enclosure"...

  • Page 220: Concluding Steps

    System board and components Figure 128: Removing the UFM board (B) Ê The UFM spacer remains on the system board (1). 9.2.2.4 Concluding steps Perform the following procedures: "Installing the server node in the server enclosure" on page 63 Ê Ê...

  • Page 221: Replacing The Ufm Board

    System board and components 9.2.3 Replacing the UFM board Upgrade and Repair Units (URU) Average hardware task duration: 50 minutes Average software task duration: 10 minutes 9.2.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: ● – combination pliers and flat nose pliers Main steps: ●...

  • Page 222: Re-installing The Ufm

    System board and components 9.2.3.4 Re-installing the UFM Ê Connect the UFM board to the system board and secure the UFM module on the UFM spacer with the nylon screw as described in "Installing the UFM board" on page 215. Destroying the defective UFM board CAUTION! The UFM board contains customer information (e.g.

  • Page 223: Software Configuration

    System board and components Ê If applicable, reconnect all external cables. "Switching on the server node" on page 64 Ê "Enabling boot watchdog functionality" on page 74 Ê 9.2.3.6 Software configuration The UFM delivery set includes the "Recovery Tool CD" to setup the ESXi configuration.

  • Page 224: Replacing The System Board

    System board and components Replacing the system board Field Replaceable Units (FRU) Average hardware task duration: 50 minutes Average software task duration: 10 minutes Note on system information backup / restore The system board contains the Chassis ID EPROM that contains system information like server name and model, housing type, serial number and manufacturing data.

  • Page 225: Required Tools

    System board and components 9.3.1 Required tools Preliminary and concluding steps: tool-less ● Removing and installing the processor heat sink: ● – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Removing and installing the UFM (if applicable): ● – Phillips PH1 / (+) No. 1screw driver Removing and installing the processor: tool-less ●...

  • Page 226: Removing The System Board

    System board and components 9.3.3.1 Removing the system board Figure 130: Removing the system board Ê Remove ten screws from the system board (see circles). Ê Slightly lift up the system board (1) by the memory module ejectors. Ê Carefully shift the system board in the direction of the arrow until the plug shells disengage from the cut-outs in the connector panel (2).

  • Page 227: Installing The System Board

    System board and components 9.3.3.2 Installing the system board Figure 131: Installing the system board Ê Hold the new system board by the memory module ejectors. CAUTION! – Do not lift or handle the system board by any of its heat sinks! –...

  • Page 228

    System board and components Preparing the processor socket load plates on the new system board module Figure 132: Opening socket release lever 1 (new system board module) Ê Unlatch the socket release lever marked Open 1st by pushing it down and away from the socket (1).

  • Page 229

    System board and components Figure 133: Opening socket release lever 2 (new system board) Ê Unlatch the socket release lever marked Close 1st by pushing it down and away from the socket (1). Ê Fully fold back the second socket release lever (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 230

    System board and components Figure 134: Opening the load plate (A) Ê Push down on the first socket release lever (1) to lift the load plate away from the socket (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    System board and components Figure 135: Opening the load plate (B) Ê Fully open the load plate. CAUTION! Be careful not to touch or bend the spring contacts on the processor socket! Ê Make sure that the load plate is in the fully open position. Ê...

  • Page 232

    System board and components CAUTION! Never not try to fix bent contact springs. Doing so may result in loss of electrical performance and reliability. Removing heat sinks and processors from the defective system board module Ê Remove the heat sinks on the defective system board as described in section "Removing processor heat sinks"...

  • Page 233

    System board and components Installing processors on the new system board module Figure 136: Installing the processor Ê Hold the processor with your thumb and index finger. Ê Make sure that the four notches on the processor align with the posts on the socket (see close-up).

  • Page 234

    System board and components – Never touch the underside of the processor. Even minor soiling such as grease from the skin can impair the processor’s operation or destroy the processor. – Ensure not to scrape or dent the processor edges. Figure 137: Closing the load plate Ê...

  • Page 235

    System board and components Figure 138: Removing the protective socket cover Ê When closing the load plate, the protective socket cover will automatically detach. Ê Remove the socket cover and save it for future use. CAUTION! Always replace the socket cover if you remove the processor from the socket! Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 236

    System board and components Figure 139: Closing socket release lever 2 Ê Fully close and hold shut the load plate. Ê Close the socket release lever marked Close 1st (1) and latch it under the load plate retention tab to lock down the load plate (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 237

    System board and components Figure 140: Closing socket release lever 1 Ê Close the socket release lever marked Open 1st (1) and latch it under the load plate retention tab (2). Ê If applicable, install the second processor accordingly. Applying thermal paste Ê...

  • Page 238

    System board and components Installing protective socket covers on the defective system board module Since the defective system board is sent back for repair, protect the delicate processor socket springs with a socket cover. Figure 141: Closing the load plate Ê...

  • Page 239

    System board and components Figure 142: Attaching the protective socket cover (A) Ê Carefully lower the protective socket cover onto the CPU socket in a vertical motion until it snaps in place. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 240

    System board and components Figure 143: Attaching the protective socket cover (B) Ê Ensure that the protective socket cover is properly installed on the socket as shown above. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 241

    System board and components Figure 144: Closing socket release lever 2 Ê Fully close and hold shut the load plate. Ê Close the socket release lever marked Close 1st (1) and latch it under the load plate retention tab to lock down the load plate (2). Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 242: Completing The System Board

    System board and components Figure 145: Closing socket release lever 1 Ê Close the socket release lever marked Open 1st (1) and latch it under the load plate retention tab (2). 9.3.3.4 Completing the system board "Installing the riser module" on page 59 Ê...

  • Page 243: Concluding Steps

    System board and components Ê Reconnect all cables to the system board. For a complete cabling overview, please refer to section "Cabling overview" on page 246. 9.3.4 Concluding steps Perform the following steps: "Installing the server node in the server enclosure" on page 63 Ê...

  • Page 244

    System board and components Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 245: Cabling

    Cabling This chapter provides information on how to connect, disconnect and route cables. Safety notes CAUTION! Always hold cables by their connectors when disconnecting them. ● Never pull on the cable to disconnect cables. Ensure that none of the cables are scraped, strained or otherwise ●...

  • Page 246: Cabling Overview

    Cabling 10.1 Cabling overview The part number of the cables can be the first or the second one. Part number Part number Note (Label) FTS/FJ DD0S2LTH200 or A3C40143757 CBL SATA 2-ONB 1U - 3.5 DD0S2LTHP00 DD0S2LTH301 or A3C40143756 CBL SATA 4-ONB 1U - 3.5 DD0S2LTHQ00 DD0S2LTH400 or A3C40143758...

  • Page 247: Cabling

    Cabling 10.2 Cabling 2.5-inch HDD configuration - onboard cabling Figure 146: 2.5-inch HDD configuration - onboard cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 248

    Cabling 2.5-inch HDD configuration - mezzanine RAID cabling Figure 147: 2.5-inch HDD configuration - mezzanine RAID cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 249

    Cabling 3.5-inch HDD configuration - onboard cabling Figure 148: 3.5-inch HDD configuration - onboard cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 250

    Cabling 3.5-inch HDD configuration - mezzanine RAID cabling Figure 149: 3.5-inch HDD configuration - mezzanine RAID cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 251: Connectors On The Boards

    Cabling 10.3 Connectors on the boards Figure 150: Connectors on the system board (A) Connector MINI SAS1 Connector MINI SAS2 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 252

    Cabling Figure 151: Connectors on the system board (B) Connector SATA/SAS1 SGPIO Connector HDD0 Connector HDD1 Connector HDD2 Connector HDD3 Connector HDD4 Connector HDD5 Connector SAS1/SAS2 SGPIO Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 253

    Cabling Figure 152: RAID controller SAS 6G 8port internal SAS connector port 0-3 SAS connector port 4-7 Connector to the linking board BBU connector Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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    Cabling Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 255: Appendix

    Appendix 11.1 Mechanical overview 11.1.1 Server node interior Figure 153: PRIMERGY CX250 S2 server node interior Pos. Component Riser card USB Flash Module (UFM) (not visible, located under the mezzanine card Mezzanine card CPU0 with heat sink Memory slots for CPU0...

  • Page 256: Server Node Rear

    Appendix 11.1.2 Server node rear Figure 154: PRIMERGY CX250 S2 server node rear 1 Slot for mezzanine cards 5 Video connector (VGA) 2 Slot for riser cards 6 Serial connector 3 Left: LAN2 7 USB 2.0 connectors Right: LAN1 & Shared LAN...

  • Page 257: Connectors And Indicators

    Appendix 11.2 Connectors and indicators 11.2.1 Connectors and indicators on the system board 11.2.1.1 Onboard connectors CPU 0 CPU 1 Figure 155: Internal connectors of system board D3196 Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

  • Page 258

    Appendix No. Print Description PWR BTN Power-on button NIC 1 LAN connector (NIC 1) NIC 2 LAN connector (NIC 2) MNIC Management LAN connector COM_SEL (J3) REAR COM PORT SWITCH JUMPER Video connector (VGA) DIS_BMC (J2) BMC DISABLED JUMPER Serial connector ID LED ID indicator USB port...

  • Page 259: 11.2.1.2 Onboard Settings

    Appendix 11.2.1.2 Onboard settings ME FIRMWARE UPDATE JUMPER Location Jumper Function Default position setting ME IN FORCE UPDATE MODE NORMAL MODE Table 9: ME firmware update jumper BMC DISABLE JUMPER Location Jumper Function Default position setting DISABLE BMC NORMAL Table 10: BMC disable jumper REAR COM PORT SWITCH JUMPER Location Jumper...

  • Page 260: 11.2.2 Connector Panel

    Appendix BIOS RECOVER MODE JUMPER Location Jumper Function Default position setting BIOS IN RECOVER MODE NORMAL MODE Table 12: BIOS recovery mode jumper 11.2.2 Connector panel 11.2.2.1 Controls and indicators Figure 156: Controls and indicators of the server node On/off button / Power-on 1 ID indicator (blue) indicator Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 261: 11.2.2.2 Control Elements

    Appendix 11.2.2.2 Control elements On/Off button When the system is switched off, it can be switched on again by pressing the On/Off button. When the system is operating, pressing the On/Off button will switch off the system. CAUTION! Risk of loss of data! The On/Off button does not disconnect the server node from the mains voltage.

  • Page 262: 11.2.2.4 Lan Indicators

    Depending on the settings in the BIOS, the standard LAN connector 1 may also be used as a service LAN connector. You will find further information in the "D3196 BIOS Setup Utility for PRIMERGY CX250 S2" Reference Manual. Upgrade and Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 263: Minimum Startup Configuration

    Appendix 11.3 Minimum startup configuration Field Replaceable Units (FRU) If the server does not start up or other problems occur, it may be necessary to take the system down to its most basic configuration in order to isolate the defective component. The minimum startup configuration consists of the following components and cables: Component...

  • Page 264

    Appendix The minimum startup configuration must be used exclusively for diagnostic purposes by maintenance personnel, never in daily operation! Upgrade and Maintenance Manual CX250 S2...

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