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HP ProLiant ML150 Server
Operations and Maintenance Guide
July 2003 (First Edition)
Part Number 343329-001
HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 9:52 AM

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    HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide July 2003 (First Edition) Part Number 343329-001 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 9:52 AM...

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    “as is” without warranty of any kind and is subject to change without notice. The warranties for HP products are set forth in the express limited warranty statements accompanying such products. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Installing Additional DIMMs ......................2-15 Removing DIMMs ..........................2-18 Processors..............................2-19 Guidelines ............................2-19 Installing a Second Processor ......................2-21 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 9:52 AM...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    BIOS Reset/Update/Recovery ........................4-7 BIOS Reset ............................4-7 BIOS Update/Recovery ........................4-7 Clearing the BIOS Configuration ......................4-8 Password Problems ............................4-8 Supervisor Password ...........................4-8 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 9:52 AM...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Power Supply Requirements ........................7-1 Environment .............................. 7-2 Weight and Dimensions ..........................7-2 Hardware Specifications..........................7-3 System Board Layout.......................... 7-4 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 9:52 AM...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Grounding Methods To Prevent Electrostatic Damage ................B-1 Appendix C Power Cord Set Requirements General Requirements..........................C-1 Country-Specific Requirements........................ C-2 Index HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 9:52 AM...

  • Page 7: About This Guide, Audience Assumptions, Technician Notes

    Improper repairs can create conditions that are hazardous. Audience Assumptions This guide is for service technicians. HP assumes you are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazard in products with hazardous energy levels and are familiar with weight and stability precautions for rack installations.

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    AC power cord into a properly grounded AC outlet only. NOTE: Any indications of component replacement or printed wiring board modifications may void any warranty. viii HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 9:52 AM...

  • Page 9: Controls And Indicators Location

    Controls and Indicators This chapter describes the controls, ports, and indicators on the front and rear of the HP ProLiant ML150 server. Controls and Indicators Location Please refer to your HP ProLiant ML150 server Installation Sheet for the locations of the controls and indicators on the front and rear panels.

  • Page 10: Hot Swap Hard Drive Indicators

    Disk spinning up or “hung” - I/O activity • Amber (flashing): predictive failure • Amber (solid): hard drive failure HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:01 AM...

  • Page 11: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel The ports and connectors at the rear are listed below. • The power connector accepts a standard power cable to connect the HP server with a UPS or the site power source. • The mouse port accepts a standard mouse with a PS/2 connector.

  • Page 12: Applying Power To The Hp Server

    WARNING: The power supply will continue to provide standby current to the HP server until the power cable is disconnected from the rear panel. 2. Press the power switch on the HP server's control panel when prompted by the operating system.

  • Page 13: Sleep States (acpi)

    CD-ROM or SCSI hard drive activity. The HP server has another sleep state with a slower wake-up time, sometimes referred to as “hibernate” by various operating systems. In this sleep state, the server appears to be off as described earlier, but the fans and the front panel power LED are also turned off.

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    NOS. NOTE: The HP server power switch will force a power-down without waiting for the NOS to gracefully shut down the server, if the power switch is pressed and held more than four seconds.

  • Page 15: Opening And Closing The Hp Proliant Ml150 Server

    Wear a wrist strap and use a static-dissipating work surface connected to the chassis when handling components. Be sure the metal of the wrist strap contacts your skin. Figure 2-1 shows the HP ProLiant ML150 server, available with SCSI cold swap hard drives and hot swap hard drives. •...

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    Installing and Configuring...

  • Page 17: Opening The Lower Bezel (cold Swap Model)

    3. Press down on the two tabs at the top of the lower bezel, pull the bezel toward you, and lower the door. Refer to Figure 2-3. Figure 2-3: Lower bezel (open) HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 18: Opening The Side Panel

    Installing and Configuring Opening the Side Panel The power supply and fan can be installed and removed through the side panel. The user can also access the CPU, system board, memory DIMMs, and all SCSI and IDE cables and power cords.

  • Page 19: Mass Storage

    This section describes how to install the internal mass storage devices. Mass Storage Configuration Table 2-1 lists the number and types of mass storage devices that may be installed in the HP ProLiant ML150 server. Table 2-1: Mass Storage Device Types...

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    SCSI drives. SCSI Drive Addressing • The drives in the hot swap cage are automatically assigned SCSI addresses by the HP server. • The cold swap SCSI devices use SCSI IDs from 0 through 15, with the following restrictions: —...

  • Page 21: Boot Priority

    Add cold swap hard drives starting from the bottom drive cage in the HP ProLiant ML150 server. • Add hot swap hard drives starting from the bottom of the drive cage in the HP ProLiant ML150 server. Use spare filler panels and spare carriers available in the chassis to close up the front of the cold swap or hot swap mass storage cage.

  • Page 22: Replacing A Flexible Disk Drive

    10. Reconnect the external cables and power cord. 11. Power up the server and return to normal operation. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 23: Replacing A Cd-rom Drive

    9. Reconnect the external cables and power cord. 10. Power up the server and return to normal operation. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 24: Installing Cold Swap Hard Drives

    2. Disconnect the power cord and any external cables connected to the server. If necessary, label each one to expedite re-assembly. WARNING: The power supply will continue to provide standby current to the HP server until the power cord is disconnected.

  • Page 25: Removing Cold Swap Hard Drives

    2. Disconnect the power cord and any external cables connected to the server. If necessary, label each one to expedite re-assembly. WARNING: The power supply will continue to provide standby current to the HP server until the power cord is disconnected.

  • Page 26: Installing Hot Swap Hard Drives

    8. Close the lower bezel, the upper bezel, and then the side panel. NOTE: If you are not replacing the drive, place a filler panel in the drive slot. Operating the HP server without filler panels in empty SCSI drive slots may cause the HP server to suffer thermal damage.

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    The handle was probably not pulled out far enough, and the locking latch failed to engage the hot swap mass storage cage. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide 2-13 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 28: Removing Hot Swap Hard Drives

    Installing and Configuring Removing Hot Swap Hard Drives 1. Unlock the hot swap key lock above the hot swap mass storage cage before attempting to remove the drive. 2. To unlock the drive, push the locking latch in and then pull the ejector handle toward you.

  • Page 29: Memory Modules

    DIMM sizes may be mixed on the system board and may be loaded in any order. However, HP recommends starting at slot 1 and filling the slots in order with the largest size first: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.

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    3. Open the side panel. NOTE: It is not necessary to remove the system board from the HP server to install the additional DIMM memory. 4. Select a DIMM slot for the desired DIMM. Refer to Figure 2-11.

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    Installing and Configuring 5. Spread the two retaining latches outward to accept the DIMM. 6. Remove the HP DIMM from its protective container, handling the module by its edges. If you must lay it down, place it on an anti-static mat.

  • Page 32: Removing Dimms

    Follow the steps in the preceding section, but instead of installing a DIMM, remove the DIMM by first pushing the retaining latches outwards. NOTE: If you power up the HP server when there are no DIMMs installed, the system will not boot up and the screen displays blank.

  • Page 33: Processors

    Guidelines The HP ProLiant ML150 server supports speeds of 2.4 GHz and above with a front side bus (FSB) speed of 533 MHz. For the most recent support information, visit the HP website http:/www.hp.com...

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    8-pin CPU power connector CPU 2 fan Processor 2 (CPU 2) System fan (option) Power connector System fan (option) 2-20 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 35: Installing A Second Processor

    2. Log off all users, back up files, and shut down the NOS according to the instructions in your NOS documentation. 3. Press the power switch on the HP server control panel when prompted by the operating system. Normally, this completes the shutdown procedure.

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    9. Close the ZIF lever to fully seat the processor. You should hear the ZIF lever click when it closes properly. 2-22 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 37: Installing The Heatsink

    3. Use the two screws to lock the bracket. 4. Repeat the process to mount the other bracket. Refer to Figure 2-17. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide 2-23 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

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    Then, position the heatsink between the brackets on the processor. Refer to Figure 2-18. Figure 2-18: Positioning heatsink 2-24 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

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    NOTE: No speed switch settings are required for the supported processors in the HP server. These processors rely on the internal settings within the processors and do not rely on the external switch settings.

  • Page 40: Removing A Processor And Heatsink

    Accessory Boards The system board in the HP ProLiant ML150 server provides five PCI slots (slot 1 through slot 5), with one 32-bit slot and four 64-bit slots. All PCI slots accept full-length accessory boards.

  • Page 41: Guidelines

    4. Embedded LAN Using the PCI Bus The HP ProLiant ML150 server has four 64-bit PCI-X buses, dispatched on a primary and a secondary channel. The four 64 bit PCI-X busses are peer-to-peer, which provides approximately equal performance. The fifth PCI slot is a 32-bit PCI bus, which is compliant with standard PCI 2.2.

  • Page 42: Installing An Accessory Board

    PCI boards must be set to INT A on the board if jumpers are provided. NOTE: Adding an accessory board to the HP server may alter the server’s boot order. This boot order can be changed using the Setup Utility (pressing the Delete key during the boot process). Refer to “Boot Priority”...

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    Installing and Configuring Figure 2-20: Removing IO locking bracket HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide 2-29 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

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    Refer to Figure 2-22. NOTE: Be sure you save the slot covers for use later to prevent EMI interference. 2-30 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 45: Removing An Accessory Board

    13. Power up the server and return to normal operation. Once the HP server is returned to normal operation, you may need to install software drivers. The drivers for the new PCI board are either part of your existing server software or included on a flexible disk or CD-ROM provided with the accessory board.

  • Page 46: Racking The Server

    The HP Startup CD-ROM provides you with the configuration information utilities and resource information. The Main Menu of the HP Startup CD-ROM directs you to modules where you can perform the required configuration tasks, or access the utilities used in the configuration process.

  • Page 47: Bios Setup Utility

    Installing and Configuring BIOS Setup Utility The HP server (BIOS) Setup Utility is used to configure the following server options: • Main • Advanced • PCIPnP • Boot • Chipset • ACPI • Security • Exit Accessing the Setup Utility The (BIOS) Setup Utility menu offers the choices listed above, and the corresponding items are described in the topics below.

  • Page 48: Menu Bar

    Hardware Monitor – Use this option to access the information on CPU temperature, fan speed, and voltage. 2-34 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

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    Removable Devices – Specify the boot sequence for removable drive booting. • ATAPI CDROM Drives – Specify the boot sequence for CD-ROM drive booting. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide 2-35 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

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    CAUTION: Do not enable the Watchdog Timer item unless you are familiar with the feature. If you enable this item, you must install the HP ML150 System Monitor (MSM) so that the server can boot successfully with watchdog timer enabled. Please refer to the HP ProLiant ML150 Server NOS Installation and Software Guide for installation information on MSM.

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    Load Failsafe Defaults – Use the option (or press the F8 key) to load failsafe values for all items. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide 2-37 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 52: Changing The System Date And Time

    Changing the System Date and Time Use this topic to change the HP server's date and time and refer to the following procedure. 1. To reach the Setup Utility, boot or reboot the system and press the Delete key when prompted.

  • Page 53: Setting The Hp Server's Boot Passwords

    Installing and Configuring Setting the HP Server's Boot Passwords Use this topic to set a password to boot the HP server. Further, you can have a separate Supervisor password and User password, but the User password is limited in access once booted.

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    After re-entering the new password and pressing the Enter key, the pop-up menu disappears and the Supervisor Password is field changes to Set and on the next boot the HP server will request a password to access the Setup Utility and complete the boot process.

  • Page 55: Scsi Configuration Utility

    Installing and Configuring SCSI Configuration Utility The HP server uses the SCSISelect Utility to verify or modify the embedded SCSI controller settings for the devices connected to the two SCSI channel connectors on the system board. If you need to verify or modify SCSI controller settings, or if you need to low-level format SCSI disks or verify SCSI disk media, run the SCSISelect Utility.

  • Page 56: Using Scsiselect Settings

    These IUs are passed as synchronous transfers, reducing overhead and improving overall efficiency. 2-42 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

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    SCSISelect Utility by pressing the Ctrl -A keys after the SCSI host bus adapter BIOS banner displays. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide 2-43 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

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    • BIOS Support for Bootable CD-ROMs—(Default: Enabled) When set to Enabled, the SCSI host bus adapter BIOS allows the HP server to boot from a CD-ROM drive. 2-44 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 59: Using Scsi Disk Utilities

    Pressing the Esc key at any time aborts the utility. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide 2-45 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:09 AM...

  • Page 60: Power-on Self Test (post)

    3. The server and monitor are turned on. (The power-on indicator should be illuminated.) 4. The display's contrast and brightness settings are correct. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:15 AM...

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    If the server now works, replace the boards and accessories one at a time to determine which one is causing the problem. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:15 AM...

  • Page 62: Post Error Messages

    Refer to Tables 3-1 to 3-7. NOTE: HP recommends you correct the error before proceeding, even if the server displays to start successfully. If POST still reports an error message after the corrective action, clear the CMOS configuration, as described later in this chapter.

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    The NVRAM data used to store Plug’n’Play (PnP) data was not used for system configuration in POST due to a data error. continued HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:15 AM...

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    CMOS is not retaining its data due to malfunction. This error can typically be resolved by using the Setup Utility. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:15 AM...

  • Page 65: Clearing The Cmos Configuration, Post Error Messages: Miscellaneous

    9. Select the Exit option and save the changes to save the configuration and exit the Setup Utility. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:15 AM...

  • Page 66: Hp Management Solutions

    In order to be effective, diagnostic software tools must be used in the context of a wider troubleshooting procedure. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:15 AM...

  • Page 67: Hp Server Diagnostics For Windows Capabilities

    Diagnostics HP Server Diagnostics for Windows Capabilities The HP Server Diagnostics for Windows is a set of off-line diagnostic tests, including tests for system and processor components, memory, storage elements, graphics, communications, and input devices. The software is supplied on the HP Startup CD-ROM.

  • Page 68: About Error Messages

    For Windows 2000 and 2003 only • Inability to indicate problems with wrongly configured servers or the network HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:15 AM...

  • Page 69: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you are having problems installing your HP ProLiant ML150 server, there are a number of tools available for troubleshooting, including the information provided in this chapter. Refer to the HP website at to access the most comprehensive support http:\\www.hp.com...

  • Page 70: Preventive Maintenance Procedures

    These chemicals could damage the keyboard’s plastic surfaces). HP recommends the periodic cleaning of tape heads, capstans, and guides on HP tape drive units and those products using high-density data cartridges and mini-data cartridges. These maintenance procedures prolong tape and head life and helps reduce read/write errors due to dust and oxide.

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    HP server. Reboot and watch for any POST error messages as the HP server goes through POST then look up the error message in Chapter 5 of this manual. If the HP server passes POST, the HP Server Diagnostics for Windows can be used to further test the hardware.

  • Page 72: Troubleshooting Checklist

    3. Always check the most recently added items added, both hardware and software. Remove any third-party components. 4. Be sure the HP server BIOS is updated to the latest version posted to HP’s external website. Flashing/updating the system BIOS and clearing CMOS will resolve many different issues.

  • Page 73: Server Does Not Power On

    Remove the power connectors from all internal devices except the system board. Reconnect the power cord. g. Verify that the front panel green LED light is on. If it is off, call your HP Customer Support provider. h. If the front panel green LED light is on, reconnect the power connectors one by one to the internal devices in order to check which device or connection is defective.

  • Page 74: Server Passes Post, But Does Not Function

    Check for an error message. 4. Reboot the server. 5. Run the HP Diagnostics for Windows and verify the server’s hardware integrity. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:25 AM...

  • Page 75: Bios Reset/update/recovery

    NOTE: It is recommended that the system’s setup and configuration settings be noted before resetting the system to the defaults in the BIOS Setup Utility. 1. Reboot the HP server in a normal manner and press the Delete key to enter the BIOS Setup Utility.

  • Page 76: Clearing The Bios Configuration

    Troubleshooting 4. Boot the HP server with the BIOS update diskette in the flexible disk drive. The BIOS Utility Update program will start and you will be prompted to update the system BIOS. 5. After the BIOS update is complete, remove the BIOS update diskette and then reboot the HP server.

  • Page 77: User Password

    2. Check for a tape in the tape drive. If found, remove the tape cartridge from the drive. 3. Power on the HP server. If the message still appears, reboot the HP server and when prompted, enter the system BIOS Setup Utility and check that the device boot order is correct.

  • Page 78: Server Stops Working (hangs)

    A flashing green power LED indicates the HP ProLiant ML150 server is in a sleep mode. 1. Verify the HP server’s power cord is plugged in to a known good power source. 2. Is the On/Off LED on the front of the HP ProLiant ML150 server a steady green, which indicts it is getting power? 3.

  • Page 79: Video/monitor Problems

    4. Verify the AC power source is good: a. Verify the circuit breaker for the AC power outlet. b. If the breaker was off, verify all devices connected to the HP server share the same circuit breaker and are the only devices on it.

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    5. Take the HP server down to base memory (1 DIMM) and reseat that DIMM. 6. Plug the HP server into a known good power source and power on the HP server. 7. If video returns, reinstall the removed components one at a time back into the HP server.

  • Page 81: Configuration Problems

    — Exit the BIOS Setup Utility, making sure to save changes. On reboot, check if the issue is resolved with the good battery in the HP server. If this still does not resolve the issue, please contact the HP Customer Support Center for further troubleshooting assistance before replacing any parts.

  • Page 82: Printer Problems

    1. Be sure that the keyboard is not locked, if the HP server has this feature. 2. Be sure that the keyboard cable connections at the rear of the HP server and at the back of the keyboard are secure.

  • Page 83: The Mouse Does Not Work

    1. Verify that the mouse cable is properly and securely connected to the HP server or KVM switch box. 2. If a KVM switch box is used with this HP server, remove the mouse and plug the mouse directly into the mouse port on the HP server.

  • Page 84: Flexible Disk Drive Problems, Cd-rom Problems

    1.75 inches (40 mm). 3. Remove the disk and close the drawer. 4. After the disk is removed, start the HP server and try to open the drawer again with the eject button or software command.

  • Page 85: The Cd-rom Drive Is Not Working Properly

    Troubleshooting The CD-ROM Drive Is Not Working Properly The CD-ROM drive provided with all the HP server models is an IDE CD-ROM. If the CD- ROM drive does not work, do the following: 1. Review the basic IDE installation guidelines to ensure a proper configuration.

  • Page 86: Server Will Not Boot From A Cd-rom Disk, Scsi Problems

    Utility. To access this utility, press Ctrl-A when an Adaptec controller banners on POST. 3. Determine what the boot order is for the HP server. To verify that the SCSI boot controller board is in the correct position in the boot order, press the Delete key on POST to access the system BIOS Setup Utility.

  • Page 87: A Scsi Controller Does Not Work At Initial Installation

    HP server. 2. If the SCSI controller still does not banner on POST: a. Do all the previous to power off the HP server then move the SCSI controller board into another slot. b. If this still does not resolve the issue: —...

  • Page 88: A Scsi Device Stops Working

    A SCSI Device Does Not Work after Installation NOTE: The SCSI controller board supplied with some HP servers come with a single channel SCSI controller board and cannot support internal and external SCSI devices on the same controller.

  • Page 89: Processor Problems

    DDR DIMMs. The EDO DIMMs and PC 100 SDRAM DIMMs from earlier HP server models will fit into the DIMM slots in the HP ProLiant ML150 server, but the EDO DIMMs and PC 100 SDRAM will not function properly and are not supported.

  • Page 90

    CAUTION: Wear an anti-static wrist guard when working inside the HP server. If the problem persists: 1. Power off the HP server, unplug the power cord from the power source and remove the left side cover. 2. Locate and reseat the memory modules.

  • Page 91: Network Interface Card (embedded Or Pci) Problems

    Network Interface Card (Embedded or PCI) Problems If the HP server cannot connect to the network and all the LEDs are lit on the NIC: 1. Verify that there are no resource conflicts between the NIC and any other accessory. Do this from the system BIOS Setup Utility (pressing the Delete key on POST when prompted).

  • Page 92

    1. Power off the HP server and unplug the power cord/s from the power source. Remove the left side cover. NOTE: The HP ProLiant ML150 server has an integrated NIC so skip the following steps unless a PCI NIC is installed in the server.

  • Page 93: Safety Information

    Note that the power switch does not turn off the standby power. Disconnect the power cord to turn off standby power. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:30 AM...

  • Page 94: Chassis Fan

    6. Unplug the connector and lift out the fan. Refer to Figure 5-1. Figure 5-1: Removing chassis fan HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:30 AM...

  • Page 95: Power Supply

    9. Remove the four screws securing the power supply to the chassis. These are located at the rear of the chassis. Refer to Figure 5-2. 10. Slide the power supply forward and remove it. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:30 AM...

  • Page 96

    18. Replace the external cables and power cord. 19. Power up the server and restore it to normal operation. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:30 AM...

  • Page 97: Battery

    2. Disconnect the power cord and any external cables connected to the server. If necessary, label each one to expedite re-assembly. WARNING: The power supply will continue to provide standby current to the HP server until the power cord is disconnected.

  • Page 98: System Board

    12. Slide the system board forward and then lift the board up and away from the chassis. Refer to Figure 5-4. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:30 AM...

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    Replacing Parts...

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    26. Connect the power cord and any external cables to the server. 27. Close the side panel. 28. Power up the server and return it to normal operation. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:30 AM...

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    NOTE: The part numbers listed in this chapter were available at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. Order parts by the number listed in this chapter; HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the revised part number. If a system board needs to be replaced, remove processor modules, DIMMs, or adapter boards and transfer these to the new board.

  • Page 102: Exploded View And Parts List – Bezels And Drives

    Parts Identification and Parts List Exploded View and Parts List – Bezels and Drives...

  • Page 103: Exploded View And Parts List– Internal Components

    Cold Swap Hard Drive Cage 344698-003 Hot Swap Hard Drive Cage 344697-003 Hot Swap SCSI Back Plane 344682-003 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:33 AM...

  • Page 104: Exploded View And Parts List – System Board Components

    Processor, P4, 2.8 GHz 344710-003 Processor, P4, 2.4 GHz 344711-003 Processor, P4, 2.66 GHz 344916-003 Processor, P4, 3.06 GHz 344917-003 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:33 AM...

  • Page 105: Parts List – Accessories

    Power Cord, India/South Africa 187487-004 Power Cord, China 346001-AA1 Cold Swap SCSI Cable 344678-003 Hot Swap SCSI Cable 344681-003 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:33 AM...

  • Page 106: Power Supply Requirements

    HP server. Ensure the operating environment for any mass storage devices you intend to install are compatible with the server environmental requirements.

  • Page 107: Environment

    17.44 inches (443mm) with feet; 17.32 (440mm) without feet Width 8.5 inches (216mm) Depth 24.38 inches (619mm) including 5mm fan dimple HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:37 AM...

  • Page 108: Hardware Specifications

    PS/2 style mouse and keyboard connectors; two USB ports CD-ROM 5.25-inch optical device; IDE interface Flexible Disk 3.5-inch device Drive HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:37 AM...

  • Page 109: System Board Layout

    Processor 2 (CPU 2) Wake-on-LAN Activity /Link header Battery System fan (option) Power connector Front panel connector System fan (option) HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:37 AM...

  • Page 110

    Specifications Figure 7-2: System board connectors Item Description Mouse and keyboard USBs Parallel Serial Video SVGA HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:37 AM...

  • Page 111: Regulatory Compliance Series Number

    Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at personal expense. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:40 AM...

  • Page 112: Class B Equipment

    (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:40 AM...

  • Page 113: Laser Device Notices

    IEC60825. Laser Product Label The following label or equivalent is located on the surface of the HP supplied laser device. This label indicates that the product is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. This label appears on a laser device installed in your product.

  • Page 114: Laser Information

    Unless specific replacement instructions are provided as part of this guide, replacement is to be done by an authorized service provider using the HP spare designated for this product. For more information about battery replacement or proper disposal, contact your authorized reseller or your authorized service provider.

  • Page 115: Regulatory Statements

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Regulatory Statements Korea RRL Class B statement Japan VCCI Class B Statement HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:40 AM...

  • Page 116: Declaration Of Conformity, Additional Information

    ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014 ___________________________________________________________________ Manufacturer's Name: Hewlett-Packard Singapore Pte Ltd Manufacturer's Address: 452, Alexandra Road,Singapore 119961 declares, that the product ProLiant ML150 Product Name: Regulatory Model: SNPRD-0301 Product Options: conforms to the following Product Specifications: Safety:...

  • Page 117

    European Contact : Hewlett-Packard GmbH, HQ-TRE, Herrenberger Strasse 140, 71034 Boeblingen, Germany Asia Pacific: Hewlett-Packard Singapore Pte Ltd. 452, Alexandra Road, Singapore 119961 (fax: +65 6275 9195) HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:40 AM...

  • Page 118: Preventing Electrostatic Damage

    • Use a portable field service kit with a folding static-dissipating work mat. If you do not have any of the suggested equipment for proper grounding, have an HP authorized reseller install the part. For more information on static electricity, or assistance with product installation, contact your authorized reseller.

  • Page 119: General Requirements

    The appliance coupler must meet the mechanical configuration of an EN60320/IEC60320 Standard Sheet C13 Connector, for mating with the appliance outlet on the computer. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:42 AM...

  • Page 120: Country-specific Requirements

    Certification rule. Flexible cord must be Type RVV, 3-conductor, 1.0 mm conductor size. Wall plug must be a two-pole grounding type configuration. HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:42 AM...

  • Page 121

    Center for Devices and Radiological Health See internal components 6-3 CDRH system board components 6-4 chassis fan HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide Index-1 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:43 AM...

  • Page 122

    6-5 Hyper-Threading 2-34 troubleshooting 4-15 mouse compliance statement A-2 configuring 2-34 parts list 6-1 specifications 7-3 Index-2 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:43 AM...

  • Page 123

    Hyper-Threading 2-34 configuring speed 2-34 installing 2-21 part number 6-4 technician notes vii Pin-1 marker 2-23 removing 2-26 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide Index-3 HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:43 AM...

  • Page 124

    1-3 printers 1-3 ZCR cards 2-27 USB support 1-3 ZIF 2-22 User password 2-37 ventilation clearances viii Index-4 HP ProLiant ML150 Server Operations and Maintenance Guide HP CONFIDENTIAL Codename: Stone Soup Part Number: 343329-001 Last Saved On: 8/14/03 10:43 AM...

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