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HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Troubleshooting Manual

HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Troubleshooting Manual (307 pages)

ProLiant Server Troubleshooting Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 2.14 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide11................................................................................................................................................................
Who Should Use This Guide11................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Guide12................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols In Text13................................................................................................................................................................
Developing A Troubleshooting Plan15................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Troubleshoot The Server16................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Server For Diagnosis16................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Troubleshooting Methodology16................................................................................................................................................................
Gathering Information18................................................................................................................................................................
Preliminary Information18................................................................................................................................................................
When The Server Does Not Start19................................................................................................................................................................
When The Self-tests Fail25................................................................................................................................................................
When The Operating System Does Not Load28................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Troubleshooting Information31................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp33................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Technical Support Or Authorized Reseller33................................................................................................................................................................
Server Information You Need34................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Information You Need35................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Problems43................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information44................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment44................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability46................................................................................................................................................................
Power Problems47................................................................................................................................................................
Power Source47................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply48................................................................................................................................................................
System Power Module48................................................................................................................................................................
Uninterruptible Power Supply49................................................................................................................................................................
System Short Circuit50................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Line Cord Switch51................................................................................................................................................................
General Hardware Problems52................................................................................................................................................................
Loose Connections52................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Order52................................................................................................................................................................
New Hardware53................................................................................................................................................................
General Devices54................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Environment55................................................................................................................................................................
Internal System Problems56................................................................................................................................................................
Processors56................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Power Modules58................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Or Pci-x Hot Plug59................................................................................................................................................................
Memory59................................................................................................................................................................
Fans62................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Problems64................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drives64................................................................................................................................................................
Cd-rom And Dvd Drives65................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drives66................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Drives73................................................................................................................................................................
External Device Problems77................................................................................................................................................................
Video77................................................................................................................................................................
Audio79................................................................................................................................................................
Printers79................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse And Keyboard80................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Adapter81................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Display82................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Management Module82................................................................................................................................................................
Network And Modem Problems83................................................................................................................................................................
Network Controllers83................................................................................................................................................................
Modems85................................................................................................................................................................
Software Problems89................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems90................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Problems90................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Updates93................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring To A Backed-up Version93................................................................................................................................................................
When To Reconfigure Or Reload Software94................................................................................................................................................................
Application Software96................................................................................................................................................................
Clustering Software97................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Rom Flash Problems97................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining Current Drivers100................................................................................................................................................................
Erasing The System102................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools104................................................................................................................................................................
Array Diagnostic Utility105................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Diagnostics Lx32106................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics On A 32-bit System108................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics On A 64-bit System109................................................................................................................................................................
Server Management111................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility112................................................................................................................................................................
Running Survey Utility112................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Station113................................................................................................................................................................
Inspect Utility113................................................................................................................................................................
Running Inspect On A 32-bit System113................................................................................................................................................................
Running Inspect On A 64-bit System114................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Administrator115................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out115................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log115................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Events116................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Self-test121................................................................................................................................................................
Bios Serial Console121................................................................................................................................................................
Server Blade Health Driver121................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Disaster Recovery123................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Image Recovery125................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery-2125................................................................................................................................................................
Unattended Recovery126................................................................................................................................................................
Attended Recovery127................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements127................................................................................................................................................................
Health Driver130................................................................................................................................................................
Initiating Diagnostics131................................................................................................................................................................
Initiating The Operating System135................................................................................................................................................................
Asr-2 Password Security136................................................................................................................................................................
Asr-2 Integrated Management Log Messages136................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Revision Tracking139................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Fault Recovery Tracking140................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Automatic Reconstruction140................................................................................................................................................................
Network Interface Fault Recovery Tracking140................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Fault Recovery Tracking140................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Changes142................................................................................................................................................................
Minimizing The Impact Of Changes By Using Hp Tools143................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Updates Through Integration Servers143................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Servers Consistently Through Replicated Install144................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining Server Software144................................................................................................................................................................
Other Ways To Minimize The Impact Of Changes144................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Methodology145................................................................................................................................................................
Visually Checking Your Server147................................................................................................................................................................
Recognizing Power Problems Caused By Acts Of Nature148................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Power Management Problems148................................................................................................................................................................
General Power Requirements149................................................................................................................................................................
Power Consumption Considerations149................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Considerations149................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord Considerations149................................................................................................................................................................
Power Redundancy Considerations150................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Grounding Problems150................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Temperature Problems150................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Damage To Removable Drives151................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Damage152................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Cable Damage152................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Tape Drive Errors153................................................................................................................................................................
Online Resources155................................................................................................................................................................
Test Error Codes166................................................................................................................................................................
Primary Processor Test Error Codes167................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Test Error Codes168................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard Test Error Codes170................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Printer Test Error Codes171................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drive Test Error Codes173................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Test Error Codes174................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Communications Test Error Codes175................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Hard Drive Test Error Codes178................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Tape Drive Test Error Codes180................................................................................................................................................................
Pointing Device Interface Test Error Codes180................................................................................................................................................................
Post Error Messages181................................................................................................................................................................
Adu Error Messages251................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Reference Manual

HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Reference Manual (138 pages)

Microsoft Windows Event ID and SNMP Traps Reference Guide for use with SmartStart version 8.25  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.82 MB
Table of contents
Reference Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction4................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Nt ® Event Log Format4................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Descriptions4................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go For Additional Help5................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Numbers5................................................................................................................................................................
Foundation Agents6................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 256-7746................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1105-18089................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 2048-235917................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 3072-387621................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 4352-462625................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Agents29................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1061-109832................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1101-119938................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1200-129464................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1343-461377................................................................................................................................................................
Server Agents82................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1024-109285................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1103-118393................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1539-3352124................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 5632-5684126................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Agents129................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 256-299129................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 300-1293133................................................................................................................................................................
HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Implementation Manual

HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Implementation Manual (35 pages)

Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 on ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.47 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction3................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Considerations3................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Considerations4................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade/migration Considerations4................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Server Platforms5................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Software9................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Management Options And Agents10................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Storage Options11................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Network Interface Controllers (nics)13................................................................................................................................................................
Support Video16................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware System Requirements16................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Configurations17................................................................................................................................................................
System Roms And Option Roms For Microsoft Windows 200018................................................................................................................................................................
Server Setup18................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Array Configuration18................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Components18................................................................................................................................................................
Support Software19................................................................................................................................................................
Installation19................................................................................................................................................................
Before Beginning19................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Configuration20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Steps20................................................................................................................................................................
Features21................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents22................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Insight Lights-out Edition Management22................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out Remote Management22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Workload Management Pack23................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Memory Protection23................................................................................................................................................................
Online Spare Memory23................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Plug Mirrored Memory23................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Plug Raid Memory23................................................................................................................................................................
Wake On Lan (wol)23................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-boot Execution Environment (pxe)24................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Hot Plug24................................................................................................................................................................
Teamed Nics25................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting26................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Issues And Solutions For Windows 200027................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Implementation30................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion33................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Hp Proliant Server Features34................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information35................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action35................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Overview

HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Overview (20 pages)

Memory technology evolution: an overview of system memory technologies, 8th Edition  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.06 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Dram Operation2................................................................................................................................................................
Dram Storage Density And Power Consumption4................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Access Time4................................................................................................................................................................
Chipsets And System Bus Timing4................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Bus Speed5................................................................................................................................................................
Burst Mode Access5................................................................................................................................................................
Sdram Technology6................................................................................................................................................................
Bank Interleaving7................................................................................................................................................................
Increased Bandwidth7................................................................................................................................................................
Registered Sdram Modules7................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Configurations8................................................................................................................................................................
Single-sided And Double-sided Dimms8................................................................................................................................................................
Single-rank, Dual-rank, And Quad-rank Dimms8................................................................................................................................................................
Rank Interleaving9................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Channel Interleaving10................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Memory Technologies11................................................................................................................................................................
Double Data Rate Sdram Technologies11................................................................................................................................................................
Ddr-213................................................................................................................................................................
Ddr-114................................................................................................................................................................
Ddr-314................................................................................................................................................................
Module Naming Convention And Peak Bandwidth14................................................................................................................................................................
Fully-buffered Dimms15................................................................................................................................................................
Fb-dimm Architecture16................................................................................................................................................................
Challenges17................................................................................................................................................................
Rambus Dram18................................................................................................................................................................
Importance Of Using Hp-certified Memory Modules In Proliant Servers19................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion19................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information20................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action20................................................................................................................................................................
HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Error Prevention Manual

HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Error Prevention Manual (12 pages)

Error Prevention Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.18 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract4................................................................................................................................................................
Audience Assumptions4................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Changes4................................................................................................................................................................
Minimizing The Impact Of Changes5................................................................................................................................................................
Version Control5................................................................................................................................................................
Server Design5................................................................................................................................................................
Software Updates5................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Methodology6................................................................................................................................................................
Visually Checking The Server7................................................................................................................................................................
Recognizing Power Problems Caused By Acts Of Nature8................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Power Management Problems9................................................................................................................................................................
General Power Requirements9................................................................................................................................................................
Power Consumption Considerations9................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Considerations10................................................................................................................................................................
Power Redundancy Considerations10................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Damage To Removable Drives10................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Damage11................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Cable Damage11................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Tape Drive Errors11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Library And Tape Tools11................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Drives12................................................................................................................................................................
Dat Drives12................................................................................................................................................................
Lto, Sdlt, And Dlt Drives12................................................................................................................................................................
Ait Drives12................................................................................................................................................................
HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Technical White Paper

HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Technical White Paper (12 pages)

HP Insight Diagnostics Online Edition Featuring Survey Utility and IML Viewer  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.31 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Importance Of Service Tools4................................................................................................................................................................
What Is The Insight Diagnostics Online Edition4................................................................................................................................................................
How Insight Diagnostics Online Edition Works4................................................................................................................................................................
Theory Of Operation5................................................................................................................................................................
Online Serviceability: Configuration Capture And Online Reporting7................................................................................................................................................................
Simplified Collection Process7................................................................................................................................................................
Automated Configuration History/audit Trail Reporting7................................................................................................................................................................
Integration With The Remote Insight Lights-out Edition7................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting And Updating Insight Diagnostics Online Edition Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing And Viewing Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing From A Browser9................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Requirements9................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing From System Management Homepage9................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing From Systems Insight Manager9................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In9................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Reports10................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring And Printing Survey Files10................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion10................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications11................................................................................................................................................................
HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Firmware Update

HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Firmware Update (9 pages)

Regular Firmware Updates Essential for Optimal Performance and Functionality of HP ProLiant Servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.59 MB
HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Installation Manual

HP 1850R - ProLiant - 128 MB RAM Installation Manual (2 pages)

ProLiant Essentials Foundation Pack Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.27 MB

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