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HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Reference And Troubleshooting Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Reference And Troubleshooting Manual (246 pages)

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Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 4.47 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Server Component Identification7................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components7................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Front Panel Components7................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Leds And Buttons8................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components10................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Leds And Buttons11................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components12................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Switch13................................................................................................................................................................
Nmi Switch14................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds14................................................................................................................................................................
System Leds And Internal Health Led Combinations16................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Usb Connector17................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Ids And Sata Device Numbers18................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Scsi Hard Drive Leds19................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Scsi Hard Drive Led Combinations20................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Battery-backed Write Cache Enabler Leds21................................................................................................................................................................
Battery-backed Write Cache Enabler Led Statuses21................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Module Locations22................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Zone Fan Module Led23................................................................................................................................................................
Server Operations25................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up The Server25................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Down The Server25................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Powering Up The Server25................................................................................................................................................................
Extending The Server From The Rack26................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Access Panel27................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Access Panel28................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Pci Riser Board Assembly28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Pci Riser Board Assembly29................................................................................................................................................................
Server Setup31................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Installation Services31................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Optional Installation Services31................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Planning Resources32................................................................................................................................................................
Optimum Environment33................................................................................................................................................................
Space And Airflow Requirements33................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Requirements34................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements35................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Grounding Requirements36................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Warnings36................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Server Shipping Carton Contents37................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hardware Options37................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Server Into The Rack38................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up And Configuring The Server39................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Operating System40................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Server41................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Options Installation43................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction43................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Option43................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Introduction43................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Options46................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Installation Guidelines47................................................................................................................................................................
Online Spare Memory Configuration47................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Dimms48................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Options49................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Hard Drive Blank49................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Hard Drive Guidelines49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Scsi Or Sata Hard Drive50................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Device Option51................................................................................................................................................................
Battery-backed Write Cache Enabler Option52................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Hot-plug Ac Power Supply Option54................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Board Options57................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Expansion Slot Definitions57................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Board57................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Expansion Board58................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Pci Express Riser Board59................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cabling63................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Overview63................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cable Routing63................................................................................................................................................................
Sata Cable Routing64................................................................................................................................................................
Server Software And Configuration Utilities65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tools65................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software65................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Configuration Tools65................................................................................................................................................................
Rom-based Setup Utility67................................................................................................................................................................
Array Configuration Utility70................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Arrays70................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Rdp71................................................................................................................................................................
Re-entering The Server Serial Number And Product Id71................................................................................................................................................................
Management Tools72................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery72................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Utility73................................................................................................................................................................
System Online Rom Flash Component Utility73................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out Technology74................................................................................................................................................................
Erase Utility75................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents76................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager76................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Support76................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support And Functionality78................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools79................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility79................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Tools79................................................................................................................................................................
Array Diagnostic Utility80................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics80................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log80................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The System Current81................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers81................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Paqs82................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Support Packs82................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Version Support82................................................................................................................................................................
Change Control And Proactive Notification82................................................................................................................................................................
Care Pack82................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement83................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting85................................................................................................................................................................
Server Diagnostic Steps85................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information85................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Server For Diagnosis89................................................................................................................................................................
Symptom Information90................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Steps91................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures For All Proliant Servers105................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Problems105................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Problems112................................................................................................................................................................
Cd-rom And Dvd Drive Problems112................................................................................................................................................................
Dat Drive Problems113................................................................................................................................................................
Data Read From The Drive Is Inconsistent, Or Drive Cannot Read Data113................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Is Not Detected113................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drive Problems114................................................................................................................................................................
Dlt Drive Problems116................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Problems118................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Problems119................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Problems121................................................................................................................................................................
Action121................................................................................................................................................................
Ppm Problems124................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Problems124................................................................................................................................................................
Video Problems126................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Is Blank For More Than 60 Seconds After You Power Up The Server126................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Does Not Function Properly With Energy Saver Features127................................................................................................................................................................
Video Colors Are Wrong127................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Problems128................................................................................................................................................................
Printer Problems128................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse And Keyboard Problems128................................................................................................................................................................
Slow-moving Horizontal Lines Are Displayed128................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Adapter Problems129................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Problems129................................................................................................................................................................
Network Controller Problems133................................................................................................................................................................
Software Problems135................................................................................................................................................................
General Remote Rom Flash Problems Are Occurring142................................................................................................................................................................
Command-line Syntax Error143................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Or Incorrect Command-line Parameters143................................................................................................................................................................
Access Denied On Target Computer143................................................................................................................................................................
Network Connection Fails On Remote Communication144................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Occurs During Rom Flash144................................................................................................................................................................
Target System Is Not Supported144................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp145................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages153................................................................................................................................................................
Adu Error Messages153................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Messages: Introduction To Adu Error Messages156................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Board Not Detected156................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Error Log157................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Parity Read Errors: X157................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Parity Write Errors: X157................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Cache Was Automatically Configured During Last Controller Reset157................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Data In The Cache Was Lost157................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Dirty Data Detected Has Reached Limit158................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Dirty Data Detected158................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Excessive Ecc Errors Detected In At Least One Cache Line158................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Excessive Ecc Errors Detected In Multiple Cache Lines158................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Obsolete Data Detected159................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Obsolete Data Was Discarded159................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Obsolete Data Was Flushed (written) To Drives159................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Permanently Disabled159................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Possible Data Loss In Cache160................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Temporarily Disabled160................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Unrecognized Status160................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Valid Data Found At Reset160................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Warranty Alert160................................................................................................................................................................
Adapter/nvram Id Mismatch161................................................................................................................................................................
Array Accelerator Battery Pack X Not Fully Charged161................................................................................................................................................................
Array Accelerator Battery Pack X Below Reference Voltage (recharging)161................................................................................................................................................................
Board In Use By Expand Operation161................................................................................................................................................................
Board Not Attached161................................................................................................................................................................
Cache Has Been Disabled Because Adg Enabler Dongle Is Broken Or Missing162................................................................................................................................................................
Cache Has Been Disabled; Likely Caused By A Loose Pin On One Of The Ram Chips162................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Signature Is Zero162................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Signature Mismatch162................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Communication Failure Occurred163................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Detected. Nvram Configuration Not Present163................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Firmware Needs Upgrading163................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Is Located In Special "video" Slot163................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Is Not Configured164................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Reported Post Error. Error Code: X164................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Restarted With A Signature Of Zero164................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Command Issued164................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Firmware Needs Upgrading165................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Has Insufficient Capacity For Its Configuration165................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Has Invalid M&p Stamp165................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Has Loose Cable165................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Is A Replacement Drive166................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Is A Replacement Drive Marked Ok166................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Is Failed166................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Is Undergoing Drive Recovery166................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Needs Replacing166................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Upload Code Not Readable167................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Was Inadvertently Replaced167................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Monitoring Features Are Unobtainable167................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Monitoring Is Not Enabled For Scsi Port X Drive Id Y167................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Time-out Occurred On Physical Drive Bay X168................................................................................................................................................................
Drive X Indicates Position Y168................................................................................................................................................................
Duplicate Write Memory Error168................................................................................................................................................................
Error Occurred Reading Ris Copy From Scsi Port X Drive Id168................................................................................................................................................................
Fyi: Drive (bay) X Is Third-party Supplied168................................................................................................................................................................
Identify Logical Drive Data Did Not Match With Nvram169................................................................................................................................................................
Insufficient Adapter Resources169................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-controller Link Connection Could Not Be Established169................................................................................................................................................................
Less Than 75% Batteries At Sufficient Voltage169................................................................................................................................................................
Less Than 75% Of Batteries At Sufficient Voltage Battery Pack X Below Reference Voltage170................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Failed Due To Cache Error170................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Failed170................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Interim Recovery (volume Functional, But Not Fault Tolerant)171................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Loose Cable Detected171................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Overheated171................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Overheating171................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Recovering (rebuilding Data On A Replaced Drive)172................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Wrong Drive Replaced172................................................................................................................................................................
Loose Cable Detected - Logical Drives May Be Marked Failed Until Corrected172................................................................................................................................................................
Mirror Data Miscompare172................................................................................................................................................................
No Configuration For Array Accelerator Board173................................................................................................................................................................
Nvram Configuration Present, Controller Not Detected173................................................................................................................................................................
One Or More Drives Is Unable To Support Redundant Controller Operation173................................................................................................................................................................
Other Controller Indicates Different Hardware Model173................................................................................................................................................................
Other Controller Indicates Different Firmware Version173................................................................................................................................................................
Other Controller Indicates Different Cache Size174................................................................................................................................................................
Ris Copies Between Drives Do Not Match174................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X Drive Id Y Failed - Replace (failure Message)174................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Firmware Needs Upgrading174................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Has Exceeded The Following Threshold(s)175................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Is Not Stamped For Monitoring175................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y May Have A Loose Connection175................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Ris Copies Within This Drive Do Not Match176................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y176................................................................................................................................................................
Power Monitor And Performance Data176................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Was Replaced On A Good Volume: (failure Message)176................................................................................................................................................................
Set Configuration Command Issued177................................................................................................................................................................
Soft Firmware Upgrade Required177................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Has A Cabling Error (bus Disabled)177................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated A Door Alert177................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated A Power Supply Failure177................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated An Overheated Condition178................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Is Unsupported With Its Current Firmware Version178................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated That The Fan Failed178................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated That The Fan Is Degraded179................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated That The Fan Module Is Unplugged179................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X - Wide Scsi Transfer Failed179................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. A Configured Array Of Drives179................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. A Drive Rearrangement180................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. An Unsupported Drive Arrangement Was Attempted180................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. The Cables Appear To Be Interchanged181................................................................................................................................................................
Attached Drives181................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. The Maximum Logical Volume Count X182................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Is Unable To Identify Which Slots The Controllers Are In182................................................................................................................................................................
This Controller Can See The Drives But The Other Controller Can't183................................................................................................................................................................
The Redundant Controllers Installed Are Not The Same Model183................................................................................................................................................................
This Controller Can't See The Drives But The Other Controller Can183................................................................................................................................................................
Unable To Communicate With Drive On Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y183................................................................................................................................................................
Unable To Retrieve Identify Controller Data. Controller May Be Disabled Or Failed184................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown Disable Code184................................................................................................................................................................
Unrecoverable Read Error184................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Bit Detected184................................................................................................................................................................
Warning - Drive Write Cache Is Enabled On X185................................................................................................................................................................
Warning: Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated It Is Operating In Single Ended Mode185................................................................................................................................................................
Write Memory Error185................................................................................................................................................................
Post Error Messages And Beep Codes186................................................................................................................................................................
Wrong Accelerator186................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Memory Protection Mode: Online Spare With188................................................................................................................................................................
An Unexpected Shutdown Occurred Prior To This Power-up188................................................................................................................................................................
Critical Error Occurred Prior To This Power-up189................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Solution Not Fully Redundant189................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Solution Not Sufficient189................................................................................................................................................................
Fatal Dma Error189................................................................................................................................................................
Fatal Express Port Error190................................................................................................................................................................
Fatal Front Side Bus Error190................................................................................................................................................................
Fatal Global Protocol Error190................................................................................................................................................................
Fatal Hub Link Error190................................................................................................................................................................
Fatal Rom Error: The System Rom Is Not Properly Programmed191................................................................................................................................................................
High Temperature Condition Detected By Processor X191................................................................................................................................................................
Illegal Opcode - System Halted191................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo Generated Nmi191................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Cpu Check - Processor192................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Password - System Halted192................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Password - System Restricted192................................................................................................................................................................
Network Server Mode Active And No Keyboard Attached192................................................................................................................................................................
Nmi - Button Pressed193................................................................................................................................................................
Nmi - Undetermined Source193................................................................................................................................................................
No Floppy Drive Present193................................................................................................................................................................
No Keyboard Present193................................................................................................................................................................
Parity Check 2 - System Dimm Memory194................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Bus Parity Error, Pci Slot X194................................................................................................................................................................
Power Fault Detected In Hot-plug Pci Slot X194................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Detected - This System Contains A Valid Backup System Rom194................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Error: Backup Rom Invalid195................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Error: Bootblock Invalid195................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Error: Primary Rom Invalid. Booting Backup Rom195................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Violation Detected - System Shutting Down In X Seconds196................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Messages: 101-i/o Rom Error197................................................................................................................................................................
102-system Board Failure197................................................................................................................................................................
102-system Board Failure, Cmos Test Failed198................................................................................................................................................................
102-system Board Failure, Dma Test Failed198................................................................................................................................................................
102-system Board Failure, Timer Test Failed198................................................................................................................................................................
104-asr Timer Failure199................................................................................................................................................................
162-system Options Not Set199................................................................................................................................................................
163-time & Date Not Set199................................................................................................................................................................
172-1-configuration Non-volatile Memory Invalid200................................................................................................................................................................
180-log Reinitialized200................................................................................................................................................................
201-memory Error201................................................................................................................................................................
203-memory Address Error201................................................................................................................................................................
207-memory Configuration Warning - Dimm In Socket X Does Not Have Primary Width Of 4 And Only Supports Standard Ecc201................................................................................................................................................................
207-invalid Memory Configuration - Dimms Must Be Installed Sequentially201................................................................................................................................................................
207-invalid Memory Configuration - Dimm Size Parameters Not Supported202................................................................................................................................................................
207-invalid Memory Configuration - Incomplete Bank Detected In Bank202................................................................................................................................................................
207-invalid Memory Configuration - Insufficient Timings On Dimm202................................................................................................................................................................
207-invalid Memory Configuration - Mismatched Dimms Within Dimm Bank202................................................................................................................................................................
207-invalid Memory Configuration - Unsupported Dimm In Bank X203................................................................................................................................................................
207-invalid Memory Configuration - Single Channel Memory203................................................................................................................................................................
207-invalid Memory Configuration - Unsupported Dimm In Socket X203................................................................................................................................................................
209-online Spare Memory Configuration - No Valid Banks For Online Spare204................................................................................................................................................................
209-online Spare Memory Configuration - Spare Bank Is Invalid204................................................................................................................................................................
212-processor Failed, Processor X204................................................................................................................................................................
214-processor Ppm Failed, Module X204................................................................................................................................................................
1609 - The Server May Have A Failed System Battery. Some210................................................................................................................................................................
1610-temperature Violation Detected. - Waiting 5 Minutes For System To Cool211................................................................................................................................................................
Either211................................................................................................................................................................
1611-cpu Zone Fan Assembly Failure Detected. Single Fan211................................................................................................................................................................
1611-fan Failure Detected212................................................................................................................................................................
1611-fan X Failure Detected (fan Zone Cpu)212................................................................................................................................................................
1611-fan X Failure Detected (fan Zone I/o)213................................................................................................................................................................
1611-fan X Not Present (fan Zonecpu)213................................................................................................................................................................
1611-fan X Not Present (fan Zone I/o)213................................................................................................................................................................
1611- Power Supply Zone Fan Assembly Failure Detected. Either214................................................................................................................................................................
1611-power Supply Zone Fan Assembly Failure Detected. Single Fan214................................................................................................................................................................
1611-primary Fan Failure (fan Zone System)214................................................................................................................................................................
1611-redundant Fan Failure (fan Zone System)215................................................................................................................................................................
1612-primary Power Supply Failure215................................................................................................................................................................
1615-power Supply Configuration Error215................................................................................................................................................................
Event List Error Messages216................................................................................................................................................................
1615-power Supply Failure, Power Supply Unplugged, Or Power Supply Fan Failure In Bay X216 1616-power Supply Configuration Failure216................................................................................................................................................................
A Cpu Power Module (system Board, Socket X)218................................................................................................................................................................
Asr Lockup Detected: Cause218................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operating System Shutdown Initiated Due To Fan Failure218................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operating System Shutdown Initiated Due To Overheat Condition218................................................................................................................................................................
Blue Screen Trap: Cause [nt]218................................................................................................................................................................
Corrected Memory Error Threshold Passed (slot X, Memory Module Y)219................................................................................................................................................................
Eisa Expansion Bus Master Timeout (slot X)219................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Bus Error (slot X, Bus Y, Device Z, Function X)219................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Correctable Error Threshold Passed (slot X, Socket Y)219................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Uncorrectable Internal Error (slot X, Socket Y)220................................................................................................................................................................
Real-time Clock Battery Failing220................................................................................................................................................................
System Ac Power Overload (power Supply X)220................................................................................................................................................................
System Ac Power Problem (power Supply X)220................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge223................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge223................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods To Prevent Electrostatic Discharge224................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Notices225................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers225................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice226................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Rating Label226................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment226................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment227................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only227................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications228................................................................................................................................................................
Cables228................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse Compliance Statement228................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)228................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Notice229................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice230................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice230................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notices230................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Compliance231................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice232................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications233................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications233................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support235................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents235................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information235................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations237................................................................................................................................................................
Index243................................................................................................................................................................

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HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon User Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon User Manual (140 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 5.2 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Server Component Identification7................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components7................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Front Panel Components7................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Leds And Buttons8................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components10................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Leds And Buttons11................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components12................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Switch13................................................................................................................................................................
Nmi Switch14................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds14................................................................................................................................................................
System Leds And Internal Health Led Combinations16................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Usb Connector18................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Ids And Sata Device Numbers18................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Scsi Hard Drive Leds19................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Scsi Hard Drive Led Combinations20................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Battery-backed Write Cache Enabler Leds21................................................................................................................................................................
Battery-backed Write Cache Enabler Led Statuses21................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Module Locations22................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Zone Fan Module Led23................................................................................................................................................................
Server Operations25................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up The Server25................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Down The Server25................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Powering Up The Server25................................................................................................................................................................
Extending The Server From The Rack26................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Access Panel27................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Access Panel28................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Pci Riser Board Assembly28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Pci Riser Board Assembly29................................................................................................................................................................
Server Setup31................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Installation Services31................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Optional Installation Services31................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Planning Resources32................................................................................................................................................................
Optimum Environment33................................................................................................................................................................
Space And Airflow Requirements33................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Requirements34................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements35................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Grounding Requirements36................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Warnings36................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Server Shipping Carton Contents37................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hardware Options37................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Server Into The Rack38................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up And Configuring The Server39................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Operating System40................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Server41................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Options Installation43................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction43................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Option43................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Introduction43................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Options46................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Installation Guidelines47................................................................................................................................................................
Online Spare Memory Configuration47................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Dimms48................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Options49................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Hard Drive Blank49................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Hard Drive Guidelines49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Scsi Or Sata Hard Drive50................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Device Option51................................................................................................................................................................
Battery-backed Write Cache Enabler Option53................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Hot-plug Ac Power Supply Option55................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Board Options58................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Expansion Slot Definitions58................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Board58................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Expansion Board59................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Pci Express Riser Board60................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cabling65................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Overview65................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cable Routing66................................................................................................................................................................
Sata Cable Routing67................................................................................................................................................................
Server Software And Configuration Utilities69................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tools69................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software69................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Configuration Tools69................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Rom-based Setup Utility71................................................................................................................................................................
Array Configuration Utility74................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Arrays74................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack75................................................................................................................................................................
Re-entering The Server Serial Number And Product Id75................................................................................................................................................................
Management Tools76................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery76................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Utility77................................................................................................................................................................
System Online Rom Flash Component Utility77................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out Technology78................................................................................................................................................................
Erase Utility79................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents80................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager80................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Support81................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support And Functionality82................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools83................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility83................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Tools83................................................................................................................................................................
Array Diagnostic Utility84................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics84................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log85................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The System Current85................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers85................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Paqs86................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Support Packs86................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Version Support86................................................................................................................................................................
Change Control And Proactive Notification87................................................................................................................................................................
Care Pack87................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement89................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting91................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Resources91................................................................................................................................................................
Server Diagnostic Steps91................................................................................................................................................................
In This Section Troubleshooting Resources91................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information92................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment92................................................................................................................................................................
Warnings And Cautions94................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Server For Diagnosis96................................................................................................................................................................
Symptom Information97................................................................................................................................................................
Service Notifications97................................................................................................................................................................
Loose Connections97................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Steps98................................................................................................................................................................
Start Diagnosis Flowchart99................................................................................................................................................................
General Diagnosis Flowchart101................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Problems Flowchart103................................................................................................................................................................
Post Problems Flowchart106................................................................................................................................................................
Os Boot Problems Flowchart108................................................................................................................................................................
Server Fault Indications Flowchart111................................................................................................................................................................
Post Error Messages And Beep Codes114................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Post Error Messages114................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge115................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge115................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods To Prevent Electrostatic Discharge116................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Notices117................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers117................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice118................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Rating Label118................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment118................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment119................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only119................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications120................................................................................................................................................................
Cables120................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)120................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Regulatory Notice121................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice122................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice122................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notices123................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Compliance123................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice124................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice125................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications127................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications127................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support129................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair129................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents129................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information129................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations131................................................................................................................................................................
Index137................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Reference Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon 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................................................................................................................................................................

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ProLiant G6  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 4.36 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Component Identification7................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components7................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Leds And Buttons8................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components9................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Leds And Buttons10................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components11................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Slots13................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Switch13................................................................................................................................................................
Nmi Jumper14................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Display Leds14................................................................................................................................................................
Systems Insight Display Led Combinations15................................................................................................................................................................
Sas And Sata Device Numbers16................................................................................................................................................................
Sas And Sata Hard Drive Leds17................................................................................................................................................................
Sas And Sata Hard Drive Led Combinations17................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Modules18................................................................................................................................................................
T-10/t-15 Torx Screwdriver19................................................................................................................................................................
Operations20................................................................................................................................................................
Power Up The Server20................................................................................................................................................................
Power Down The Server20................................................................................................................................................................
Extend The Server From The Rack20................................................................................................................................................................
Access The Hp Systems Insight Display21................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The Access Panel22................................................................................................................................................................
Install The Access Panel22................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The Bbwc Battery Pack22................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The Air Baffle23................................................................................................................................................................
Install The Air Baffle23................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The Pci Riser Board Assembly24................................................................................................................................................................
Install The Pci Riser Board Assembly25................................................................................................................................................................
Setup27................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Installation Services27................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Planning Resources27................................................................................................................................................................
Optimum Environment28................................................................................................................................................................
Space And Airflow Requirements28................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Requirements28................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements29................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Grounding Requirements29................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Warnings30................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of The Server Shipping Carton30................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hardware Options31................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Server Into The Rack31................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up And Configuring The Server32................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Operating System33................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Server33................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Options Installation34................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction34................................................................................................................................................................
Processor And Fan Module Option34................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Options39................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Subsystem Architecture39................................................................................................................................................................
Single-, Dual-, And Quad-rank Dimms40................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Identification40................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Configurations41................................................................................................................................................................
Rdimm Maximum Memory Configurations42................................................................................................................................................................
Udimm Maximum Memory Configurations42................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Ecc Memory Configuration42................................................................................................................................................................
Mirrored Memory Configuration42................................................................................................................................................................
Lockstep Memory Configuration42................................................................................................................................................................
General Dimm Slot Population Guidelines43................................................................................................................................................................
Mirrored Memory Population Guidelines44................................................................................................................................................................
Lockstep Memory Population Guidelines45................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Dimm46................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Sas And Sata Hard Drive Options46................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Hard Drive Blanks47................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Hard Drive Bezel Blanks47................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Dual Hard Drive Bezel Blank48................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Hot-plug Sas Hard Drive48................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Sas Hard Drive48................................................................................................................................................................
Dvd-rom And Dvd-rw Drive Option49................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Blackplane Option52................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Options56................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Cache Module57................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Bbwc Battery Pack58................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Board Options59................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Expansion Board59................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Pci-x Riser Board60................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Dl360 G6 Pci Thermal - Power Option61................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Nc522sfp Dual Port 10gbe Server Adapter Option64................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Hot-plug Power Supply Option64................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Trusted Platform Module Option66................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Trusted Platform Module Board67................................................................................................................................................................
Retaining The Recovery Key/password68................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Trusted Platform Module69................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling70................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Overview70................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Backplane Cabling70................................................................................................................................................................
Bbwc Battery Pack Cabling71................................................................................................................................................................
Dvd-rom And Dvd-rw Drive Cabling72................................................................................................................................................................
Power Button And Systems Insight Display Cabling72................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Power Cabling73................................................................................................................................................................
Software And Configuration Utilities74................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tools74................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software74................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Rom-based Setup Utility75................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Options76................................................................................................................................................................
Bios Serial Console76................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Amp Modes76................................................................................................................................................................
Array Configuration Utility77................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Arrays78................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack78................................................................................................................................................................
Re-entering The Server Serial Number And Product Id78................................................................................................................................................................
Management Tools79................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery79................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Utility79................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out 2 Technology79................................................................................................................................................................
Erase Utility80................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager80................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents80................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Virtualization Management Software80................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Vulnerability And Patch Management Pack81................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Server Migration Software For Proliant81................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Performance Management Pack81................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Control Environment Suites82................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Support82................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support83................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Sd Support83................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools84................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics84................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics Survey Functionality84................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log84................................................................................................................................................................
Array Diagnostic Utility85................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Support And Analysis Tools85................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Remote Support Software85................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The System Current85................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers85................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Support Packs86................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Version Support86................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smart Update Manager86................................................................................................................................................................
System Online Rom Flash Component Utility86................................................................................................................................................................
Change Control And Proactive Notification87................................................................................................................................................................
Care Pack87................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting88................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Resources88................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-diagnostic Steps88................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information88................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment89................................................................................................................................................................
Warnings And Cautions89................................................................................................................................................................
Symptom Information90................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare The Server For Diagnosis91................................................................................................................................................................
Loose Connections91................................................................................................................................................................
Service Notifications92................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowcharts92................................................................................................................................................................
Start Diagnosis Flowchart92................................................................................................................................................................
General Diagnosis Flowchart93................................................................................................................................................................
Server Power-on Problems Flowchart95................................................................................................................................................................
Post Problems Flowchart98................................................................................................................................................................
Os Boot Problems Flowchart99................................................................................................................................................................
Server Fault Indications Flowchart101................................................................................................................................................................
Post Error Messages And Beep Codes103................................................................................................................................................................
System Battery104................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Notices106................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers106................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice106................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Rating Label106................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment106................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment106................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only107................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications107................................................................................................................................................................
Cables107................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)108................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Regulatory Notice108................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of Waste Equipment By Users In Private Households In The European Union108................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice109................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice109................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notice109................................................................................................................................................................
Chinese Notice110................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Compliance110................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice110................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice111................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord Statement For Japan111................................................................................................................................................................
Acoustics Statement For Germany (geräuschemission)111................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge112................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge112................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods To Prevent Electrostatic Discharge112................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications113................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications113................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications113................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Specifications113................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support116................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Contact Hp116................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information116................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair116................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations124................................................................................................................................................................
Index128................................................................................................................................................................
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HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Setup And Installation Manual (118 pages)

HP ProLiant DL360 Generation 3 Server Setup and Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 3.17 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide8................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience8................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment8................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability10................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols In Text10................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents11................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Website12................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Authorized Reseller12................................................................................................................................................................
Reader's Comments12................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Server Installation13................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Dl360 Generation 3 Server Features13................................................................................................................................................................
Server Installation Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
Optimum Environment15................................................................................................................................................................
Space And Airflow Requirements15................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Requirements16................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements16................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Requirements17................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Planning Resources17................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Warnings And Cautions18................................................................................................................................................................
Server Warnings And Cautions18................................................................................................................................................................
Server Shipping Contents19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hardware Options20................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Internal Server Components21................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Internal Components When The Server Is Out Of The Rack21................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Internal Components When The Server Is In The Rack21................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying System Board Components25................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Additional Memory26................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing An Expansion Board28................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Expansion Board28................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting An Expansion Board Into The Pci Riser Board Assembly30................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Or Replacing An Optical Device32................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hot-plug Hard Drives34................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Second Processor And Processor Power Module (ppm)35................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Hot-plug Redundant Power Supply38................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Power Supply Setup38................................................................................................................................................................
Converting Hot-plug Power Supply Bay 239................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Dc Power Supply Wiring Setup42................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Battery-backed Write Cache Enabler44................................................................................................................................................................
Server Installation46................................................................................................................................................................
Server Installation Procedures46................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring With The Template46................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Universal Rack Rails48................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Server Into The Rack50................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Cable Tray52................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Peripheral Device Cables And Power Cord53................................................................................................................................................................
Securing The Cables In The Cable Tray55................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up The Server57................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Sequence58................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Purchased Separately58................................................................................................................................................................
Preconfigured Operating System59................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Server60................................................................................................................................................................
Routine Maintenance60................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Installation Service60................................................................................................................................................................
Server Configuration And Utilities62................................................................................................................................................................
Rom-based Setup Utility62................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Support62................................................................................................................................................................
Safety And Security Benefits63................................................................................................................................................................
Access To Redundant Rom Settings63................................................................................................................................................................
Disaster Recovery63................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq64................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software65................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Autorun Menu66................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Scripting Toolkit66................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Manager67................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility67................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Diagnostics Lx32 Utility68................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Smart Arrays68................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery69................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Self-test69................................................................................................................................................................
System Firmware Update69................................................................................................................................................................
Auto-configuration Process70................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Options70................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Menu70................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log71................................................................................................................................................................
Embedded Nic Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out Setup71................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Notices72................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers72................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice72................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment73................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment73................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo - United States Only74................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications74................................................................................................................................................................
Cables74................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien75................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Notice75................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice76................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwanese Notice76................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Devices76................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Safety Warnings77................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With Cdrh Regulations77................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With International Regulations77................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Product Label77................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Information78................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice78................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cords79................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse Compliance Statement80................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B Electrostatic Discharge81................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Damage81................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods82................................................................................................................................................................
Server Error Messages83................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix D Troubleshooting84................................................................................................................................................................
When The Server Does Not Start85................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosis Steps87................................................................................................................................................................
Problems After Initial Startup88................................................................................................................................................................
Other Information Resources96................................................................................................................................................................
Leds, Switches, And Jumpers97................................................................................................................................................................
Status Indicators97................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Led Indicators98................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Led Indicators99................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds101................................................................................................................................................................
Switches102................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Switch (sw2102................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Redundant Power Supply/pci Switch (sw1) Settings104................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Led Switch (sw3) Settings104................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing And Resetting System Password Settings105................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing And Resetting System Configuration Settings105................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Nic Operating Mode106................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications107................................................................................................................................................................
Operating And Performance Specifications For The Proliant Dl360 Generation 3 Serverf-1107................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix G Battery109................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement109................................................................................................................................................................
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HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Maintenance And Service Manual (75 pages)

Hewlett-Packard Server User Manual  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 4.68 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide5................................................................................................................................................................
Audience Assumptions5................................................................................................................................................................
Technician Notes5................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go For Additional Help7................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log7................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Numbers7................................................................................................................................................................
Illustrated Parts Catalog8................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Components Exploded View8................................................................................................................................................................
System Components Exploded View9................................................................................................................................................................
System Components Spare Parts List10................................................................................................................................................................
Removal And Replacement Procedures12................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge Information12................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment13................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Warnings And Precautions14................................................................................................................................................................
Server Warnings And Precautions14................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Procedures15................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Devices15................................................................................................................................................................
Non-hot-plug Devices15................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Down The Server15................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Server From The Rack17................................................................................................................................................................
Server Access Panel18................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Fan Module19................................................................................................................................................................
Mass Storage Devices21................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Locations21................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Blank22................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug U320 Scsi Hard Drives22................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Device24................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Device Ejector26................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drive29................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Power Supplies30................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Riser Board Assembly33................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing An Expansion Board33................................................................................................................................................................
I/o System Fan Assembly35................................................................................................................................................................
Power Converter Module36................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Device/diskette Drive Interface Board39................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Backplane Board41................................................................................................................................................................
Dimms42................................................................................................................................................................
Processors45................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Power Module49................................................................................................................................................................
Battery-backed Write Cache Enabler51................................................................................................................................................................
Battery52................................................................................................................................................................
System Board54................................................................................................................................................................
Re-entering The Server Serial Number55................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Routing Diagram56................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cable Routing56................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools57................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools Overview57................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery-257................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Manager 757................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out Technology58................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Arrays59................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack59................................................................................................................................................................
Rom-based Setup Utility59................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Utility60................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Components For Remote Rom Flash60................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software60................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Autorun Menu61................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Scripting Toolkit61................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Diagnostics Lx32 Utility61................................................................................................................................................................
Leds, Switches, And Jumpers62................................................................................................................................................................
Status Indicators62................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Led Indicators62................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Led Indicators64................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds65................................................................................................................................................................
Switches66................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Switch (sw2)67................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Redundant Power Supply/pci Switch (sw1) Settings67................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Led Switch (sw3) Settings68................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing And Resetting System Password Settings68................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing And Resetting System Configuration Settings69................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Nic Operating Mode69................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications70................................................................................................................................................................
Operating And Performance Specifications For The Hp Proliant Dl360 Generation 3 Server70................................................................................................................................................................
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HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Quickspecs (60 pages)

Generation 7  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.58 MB
Table of contents
Standard Features3................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Features9................................................................................................................................................................
Service And Support11................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Options28................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications55................................................................................................................................................................
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HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Quickspecs (53 pages)

Generation 6  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.38 MB
Table of contents
Standard Features2................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Features9................................................................................................................................................................
Service And Support11................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Options25................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications49................................................................................................................................................................
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HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Specification (48 pages)

Hewlett-Packard Generation 4p (G4p) Server QuickSpecs  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.34 MB
Table of contents
Standard Features4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents21................................................................................................................................................................
Gb Advanced Ecc Pc2-3200 Ddr2 Sdram Dimm Memory Kit (2 X 512 Mb) 343055-b2126................................................................................................................................................................
Gb Advanced Ecc Pc2-3200 Ddr2 Sdram Dimm Memory Kit (2 X 1 Gb) 343056-b2126................................................................................................................................................................
Gb Advanced Ecc Pc2-3200 Ddr2 Sdram Dimm Memory Kit (2 X 2 Gb)26................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Drive26................................................................................................................................................................
Slimline Cd-rw/dvd-rom Combo Option Kit 331903-b2126................................................................................................................................................................
Slimline Dvd-rom Drive (8x/24x) Option Kit 264007-b2126................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drive26................................................................................................................................................................
Slimline Ejectable Floppy Drive 390164-b2126................................................................................................................................................................
Note26................................................................................................................................................................
Mb Diskette Drive 354588-b2126................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications45................................................................................................................................................................
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Generation 5  
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HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Specifications (45 pages)

HP ProLiant Generation 5 (G5)  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.98 MB
Table of contents
Standard Features4................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Options21................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications42................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon User Manual

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HP Insight Management WBEM Providers for Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.3 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction5................................................................................................................................................................
Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Management Instrumentation5................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Hp Insight Providers6................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Providers Smart Components6................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Insight Providers With The Psp6................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Insight Providers As Part Of A Smartstart Assisted Path Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Insight Providers Using Hp Sim8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Insight Providers Smart Component9................................................................................................................................................................
Security Requirements For The Insight Providers10................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Agent Compatibility11................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Snmp-based Hp Insight Management Agents12................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hp Insight Management Agents On A Single Local Server12................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hp Insight Management Agents On A Single Remote Server12................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hp Insight Management Agents On Multiple Remote Servers Using Hp Sim13................................................................................................................................................................
Scripting Commands For Uninstalling Hp Insight Management Agents14................................................................................................................................................................
Scripting Commands For Hp Insight Management Agents 6.30 Through 7.6014................................................................................................................................................................
Scripting Commands For Hp Insight Management Agents 7.70 Or Later15................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Smh With The Insight Providers16................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Smh16................................................................................................................................................................
Change Data Source16................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Refresh16................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Settings16................................................................................................................................................................
Data Collection17................................................................................................................................................................
Security18................................................................................................................................................................
Security Concerns18................................................................................................................................................................
Implementation18................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practices18................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Insight Provider Security For A User Account Using Hp Sim Configure And Repair Agents19................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Insight Provider Security Using The Windows Command Line20................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2008 Firewall Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Configuration Introduction22................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Providers Architecture24................................................................................................................................................................
Architecture Overview24................................................................................................................................................................
Data Model25................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition Examples28................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Providers Usage31................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Documentation32................................................................................................................................................................
Scripting33................................................................................................................................................................
Scripting Examples33................................................................................................................................................................
Wmic Example33................................................................................................................................................................
Scripting References33................................................................................................................................................................
Support Information34................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Support34................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Support35................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Driver And Support Software Prerequisites35................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support36................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Documentation36................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information36................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations37................................................................................................................................................................
Index40................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Implementation Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon 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................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Introduction Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Introduction Manual (32 pages)

hp ProLiant DL360 generation 3 server high-density deployment  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.78 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols In Text2................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Summary2................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary3................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Dl360 G3 Server Power Requirements5................................................................................................................................................................
Power Distribution Solutions6................................................................................................................................................................
Modular Pdu6................................................................................................................................................................
Power/jumper Cords8................................................................................................................................................................
Console Management Systems8................................................................................................................................................................
In-rack Local Consoles10................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Rack Configurations12................................................................................................................................................................
Weight Considerations12................................................................................................................................................................
Special Considerations For Compaq Branded Racks12................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Management Systems13................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Rack Rails13................................................................................................................................................................
Sliding Rack Rails13................................................................................................................................................................
Telco Rack Solution13................................................................................................................................................................
Online Calculators14................................................................................................................................................................
Power Calculator Utility14................................................................................................................................................................
Rack/site Preparation Utility16................................................................................................................................................................
To Use The Rack/site Installation Preparation Utility17................................................................................................................................................................
Power Configurations Examples18................................................................................................................................................................
Suggested Configurations18................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration A: Maximum Performance Density19................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration B: Maximum Flexibility22................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration C: Traditionalist26................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion30................................................................................................................................................................
Completing The Installation30................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Information And Glossary31................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information32................................................................................................................................................................
Feedback32................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Implementation Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Implementation Manual (26 pages)

Implementing Microsoft Windows Server 2008 on HP ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.36 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Windows Server 20083................................................................................................................................................................
Server Core Installations4................................................................................................................................................................
Server Roles4................................................................................................................................................................
Read-only Domain Controllers5................................................................................................................................................................
Networking Requirements5................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp/ip5................................................................................................................................................................
Ndis 6.05................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv65................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Hardware Error Architecture (whea)5................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Configurations6................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended System Configuration7................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Proliant Server Platforms8................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Components For Proliant Servers10................................................................................................................................................................
Software Drivers10................................................................................................................................................................
Management Software10................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Options11................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Options13................................................................................................................................................................
Network Interface Controllers14................................................................................................................................................................
Ipmi And Ws-management15................................................................................................................................................................
Ipmi And Ws-management For The Hp Proliant 100 Series Servers16................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Ipmi Provider For Hp Bladesystem Servers And Proliant 300 And 500 Series Servers16................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Clustering16................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Requirements17................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Eva Host Connections17................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2008 Installation For 32-bit And 64-bit Editions On Proliant Servers18................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-installation Tasks18................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedure18................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading From Windows Server 2003 To Windows Server 200819................................................................................................................................................................
Application Requirements For Windows Server 2003 To Windows Server 2008 Upgrades19................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Policies20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Proliant Support Pack20................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Psp Updates20................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Teaming Driver20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Psp21................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A: Known Issues And Workarounds23................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Servers With Windows Server 200823................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2008 Proliant Support Pack (psp)24................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action26................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Introduction Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Introduction Manual (22 pages)

The Intel processor roadmap for industry-standard servers technology brief, 10 edition  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.85 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Intel Processor Architecture And Microarchitectures2................................................................................................................................................................
Netburst ® Microarchitecture5................................................................................................................................................................
Hyper-pipeline And Clock Frequency5................................................................................................................................................................
Hyper-threading Technology7................................................................................................................................................................
Netburst Microarchitecture On 90nm Silicon Process Technology9................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Hyper-pipeline10................................................................................................................................................................
Sse3 Instructions10................................................................................................................................................................
64-bit Extensions -intel 6410................................................................................................................................................................
Two-core Technology11................................................................................................................................................................
Intel Core™ Microarchitecture12................................................................................................................................................................
Processors12................................................................................................................................................................
Xeon Two-core Processors12................................................................................................................................................................
Xeon Four-core Processors13................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Speedstep® Technology14................................................................................................................................................................
Intel Virtualization® Technology15................................................................................................................................................................
Intel ® Microarchitecture Nehalem15................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Memory Controller15................................................................................................................................................................
Intel ® Quickpath Technology16................................................................................................................................................................
Three-level Cache Hierarchy17................................................................................................................................................................
Intel ® Hyper-threading Technology18................................................................................................................................................................
Intel ® Turbo Boost Technology18................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Power Management19................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Comparisons20................................................................................................................................................................
Tpc-c Performance20................................................................................................................................................................
Spec Performance20................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion21................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information22................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action22................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Overview

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon 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 DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Introduction Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Introduction Manual (19 pages)

HP Insight Management Agents architecture for Windows servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 2.05 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To The Insight Management Agents Architecture2................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Management Agents4................................................................................................................................................................
Foundation Agent4................................................................................................................................................................
Server Agent5................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Agent5................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Agent6................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Services7................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Snmp Agent Service7................................................................................................................................................................
Management Information Base7................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Snmp Security7................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Snmp Sets8................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Server And Delivering Snmp Traps8................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Insight Agents Functionality10................................................................................................................................................................
The Hp Insight Event Notifier10................................................................................................................................................................
Process Monitoring11................................................................................................................................................................
The System Management Homepage Framework13................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Homepage Web Server13................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Homepage14................................................................................................................................................................
Https, Single Sign-on, And Secure Task Execution15................................................................................................................................................................
Replicate Agent Settings Service15................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations When Installing And Configuring The Insight Agents16................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Insight Management Agents16................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Port Use With Insight Management Agents And Hp Sim16................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Data Collection Interval16................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Server Role17................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Support For Insight Management On Hp Proliant Servers18................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Management Wbem Providers18................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Proliant 100-series Servers18................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion18................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information19................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action19................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Troubleshooting Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Troubleshooting Manual (18 pages)

System Memory Troubleshooting Best Practices for HP ProLiant Servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.76 MB
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Introduction Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Introduction Manual (13 pages)

Critical factors in intra-rack power distribution planning for high-density systems  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.44 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Key Factors Of Power Distribution In High-density Racks3................................................................................................................................................................
Power Level And Phase3................................................................................................................................................................
Connector Types4................................................................................................................................................................
Power Consumption5................................................................................................................................................................
Space Issues6................................................................................................................................................................
Segmented Power Distribution7................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Power Distribution8................................................................................................................................................................
Power Circuit Monitoring9................................................................................................................................................................
Other Considerations9................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Power Distribution Solutions10................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Configurations For Distributing Power To Hp Proliant C-class Servers10................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Configurations For Distributing Power To Hp Proliant Dl Servers12................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion13................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information13................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action13................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Technical White Paper

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon 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 DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Implementation Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Implementation Manual (11 pages)

Implementing Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Foundation on HP ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.17 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Windows Server 2008 Foundation2................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Windows Server 2008 Foundation2................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Windows Server 2008 Foundation2................................................................................................................................................................
Comparing Windows Server 2008 Editions2................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Windows Server 2008 Foundation To Windows Server 2008 Standard3................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2008 Foundation Features3................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Configurations5................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended System Configuration5................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Proliant Server Platforms6................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Components For Proliant Servers7................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Windows Server 2008 Foundation Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-installation Tasks7................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Support Pack7................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining The Psp8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Psp8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Proliant Ml/dl 300 Series Via The Smartstart Media9................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Proliant Ml/dl 100 Series Servers Via The Easy Setup Cd9................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Windows Server 2008 Foundation10................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information11................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action11................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Firmware Update

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon 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 DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Technology Brief

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Technology Brief (9 pages)

Visualization and Acceleration in HP ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.2 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Visualization2................................................................................................................................................................
Graphics Processor Technology2................................................................................................................................................................
Visualization Application Areas3................................................................................................................................................................
Visualization Applications On Servers3................................................................................................................................................................
Acceleration3................................................................................................................................................................
Acceleration Products4................................................................................................................................................................
Graphics Processing Units4................................................................................................................................................................
Field Programmable Gate Arrays4................................................................................................................................................................
Gpgpu Versus Fpga Acceleration4................................................................................................................................................................
Acceleration Application Areas5................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Visualization And Acceleration Products In Proliant Servers5................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Bandwidth And Mechanical Support5................................................................................................................................................................
Power And Cooling Support5................................................................................................................................................................
Enablement Matrix For Hp Proliant Servers6................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Accelerator Program And Qualified Visualization And Acceleration Products7................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion9................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action9................................................................................................................................................................
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Update Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Update Manual (9 pages)

ISS Technology Update  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.39 MB
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Frequently Asked Questions

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Frequently Asked Questions (4 pages)

ISS Technology Update Index  
Brand: HP | Category: Adapter | Size: 0.08 MB
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Datasheet

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Datasheet (4 pages)

Generation 5  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.08 MB
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Installation Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Installation Manual (2 pages)

ProLiant Essentials Foundation Pack Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.27 MB
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Installation Instructions

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Installation Instructions (2 pages)

HP SATA DVD RW Optical Drive Installation Instructions for HP ProLiant DL servers  
Brand: HP | Category: DVD Drive | Size: 0.44 MB
HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Configuration Manual

HP DL360 - ProLiant - Photon Configuration Manual (2 pages)

HP Server Configuration Guide for System Center Integrations  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.46 MB

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