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HP ML330 - ProLiant - G3 Troubleshooting Manual

HP ML330 - ProLiant - G3 Troubleshooting Manual (152 pages)

Hewlett-Packard ProLiant Servers Troubleshooting Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.98 MB
Table of contents
Troubleshooting Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
What's New10................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History10................................................................................................................................................................
375445-xx4 (may 2006)10................................................................................................................................................................
375445-xx3 (september 2005)10................................................................................................................................................................
The Fifth Edition Of The Hp Proliant Servers Troubleshooting Guide, Part Number 375445-xx5, Includes The10................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started11................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-diagnostic Steps12................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information12................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment12................................................................................................................................................................
Symptom Information14................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare The Server For Diagnosis14................................................................................................................................................................
Common Problem Resolution15................................................................................................................................................................
Loose Connections15................................................................................................................................................................
Service Notifications15................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Firmware15................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Guidelines16................................................................................................................................................................
Sas And Sata Hard Drive Guidelines16................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Hard Drive Guidelines16................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Scsi Hard Drive Led Combinations16................................................................................................................................................................
Sas And Sata Hard Drive Led Combinations17................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Flowcharts19................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowcharts19................................................................................................................................................................
C-class Server Blade Post Problems Flowchart (on19................................................................................................................................................................
C-class Server Blade Fault Indications Flowchart (on19................................................................................................................................................................
Start Diagnosis Flowchart20................................................................................................................................................................
General Diagnosis Flowchart20................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Problems Flowchart22................................................................................................................................................................
Post Problems Flowchart26................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Boot Problems Flowchart28................................................................................................................................................................
Server Fault Indications Flowchart29................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Problems32................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures For All Proliant Servers32................................................................................................................................................................
Power Problems32................................................................................................................................................................
Power Source Problems32................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Problems32................................................................................................................................................................
Ups Problems33................................................................................................................................................................
General Hardware Problems33................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With New Hardware33................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown Problem34................................................................................................................................................................
Third-party Device Problems35................................................................................................................................................................
Internal System Problems35................................................................................................................................................................
Cd-rom And Dvd Drive Problems35................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drive Problems36................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Drive Problems37................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Problems39................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Problems40................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Problems41................................................................................................................................................................
Ppm Problems42................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Problems42................................................................................................................................................................
System Open Circuits And Short Circuits43................................................................................................................................................................
External Device Problems43................................................................................................................................................................
Video Problems43................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse And Keyboard Problems44................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Problems45................................................................................................................................................................
Printer Problems45................................................................................................................................................................
Local I/o Cable Problems45................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Problems45................................................................................................................................................................
Network Controller Problems47................................................................................................................................................................
Software Problems49................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Problems And Resolutions49................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Problems49................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Updates50................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring To A Backed-up Version51................................................................................................................................................................
When To Reconfigure Or Reload Software51................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Operating Systems52................................................................................................................................................................
Application Software Problems52................................................................................................................................................................
Software Locks Up52................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Occur After A Software Setting Is Changed52................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Occur After The System Software Is Changed52................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Occur After An Application Is Installed52................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Rom Flash Problems52................................................................................................................................................................
General Remote Rom Flash Problems Are Occurring52................................................................................................................................................................
Command-line Syntax Error53................................................................................................................................................................
Access Denied On Target Computer53................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Or Incorrect Command-line Parameters53................................................................................................................................................................
Network Connection Fails On Remote Communication53................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Occurs During Rom Flash53................................................................................................................................................................
Target System Is Not Supported53................................................................................................................................................................
Software Tools And Solutions54................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tools54................................................................................................................................................................
Array Configuration Utility54................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software54................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Scripting Toolkit55................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Rom-based Setup Utility55................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Online Spare Memory56................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Arrays57................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack57................................................................................................................................................................
Re-entering The Server Serial Number And Product Id57................................................................................................................................................................
Management Cd58................................................................................................................................................................
Management Tools58................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery58................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Utility58................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Insight Lights-out Edition Ii58................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out Technology58................................................................................................................................................................
Erase Utility59................................................................................................................................................................
Storageworks Library And Tape Tools59................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager59................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents59................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Virtualization Management Software59................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Server Migration Pack - Physical To Proliant Edition60................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Bladesystem Essentials Insight Control Data Center Edition60................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Control Tower60................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Homepage61................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support61................................................................................................................................................................
Clustering Software61................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools61................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics61................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility62................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log62................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Scsi Diagnosis Feature62................................................................................................................................................................
Array Diagnostic Utility63................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Support And Analysis Tools63................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Instant Support Enterprise Edition63................................................................................................................................................................
Web-based Enterprise Service63................................................................................................................................................................
Open Services Event Manager63................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The System Current63................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers63................................................................................................................................................................
Version Control64................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Paqs64................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Support Packs64................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Version Support64................................................................................................................................................................
Softpaqs64................................................................................................................................................................
Change Control And Proactive Notification64................................................................................................................................................................
Care Pack65................................................................................................................................................................
Firmware Maintenance65................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Rom65................................................................................................................................................................
System Rom65................................................................................................................................................................
Methods For Updating Firmware66................................................................................................................................................................
Current Firmware Versions67................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Resources For Troubleshooting69................................................................................................................................................................
Online Resources69................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Website69................................................................................................................................................................
Server Documentation69................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber's Choice69................................................................................................................................................................
Natural Language Search Assistant69................................................................................................................................................................
White Papers70................................................................................................................................................................
General Server Resources70................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Product Information70................................................................................................................................................................
Device Driver Information70................................................................................................................................................................
External Cabling Information70................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Tolerance, Security, Care And Maintenance, Configuration And Setup70................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Configuration Information For The Server Management System70................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Configuration Information For The Server Setup Software70................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo Information70................................................................................................................................................................
Key Features, Option Part Numbers70................................................................................................................................................................
Management Of The Server71................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Installation And Configuration Information (for Factory-installed Operating Systems)71................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Server Features And Installation Instructions71................................................................................................................................................................
Power Capacity71................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Server71................................................................................................................................................................
Server Configuration Information71................................................................................................................................................................
Software Installation And Configuration Of The Server71................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Settings, Led Functions, Drive, Memory, Expansion Board And Processor Installation Instructions, And Board Layouts71................................................................................................................................................................
Server And Option Specifications, Symbols, Installation Warnings, And Notices72................................................................................................................................................................
Teardown Procedures, Part Numbers, Specifications72................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Topics72................................................................................................................................................................
Adu Error Messages73................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Adu Error Messages73................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Board Not Detected73................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Error Log73................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Parity Read Errors: X73................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Parity Write Errors: X74................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Cache Was Automatically Configured During Last Controller Reset74................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Data In The Cache Was Lost74................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Dirty Data Detected Has Reached Limit74................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Dirty Data Detected74................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Excessive Ecc Errors Detected In At Least One Cache Line74................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Excessive Ecc Errors Detected In Multiple Cache Lines74................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Obsolete Data Detected75................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Obsolete Data Was Discarded75................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Obsolete Data Was Flushed (written) To Drives75................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Permanently Disabled75................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Possible Data Loss In Cache75................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Temporarily Disabled75................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Unrecognized Status75................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Valid Data Found At Reset76................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Status: Warranty Alert76................................................................................................................................................................
Adapter/nvram Id Mismatch76................................................................................................................................................................
Array Accelerator Battery Pack X Not Fully Charged76................................................................................................................................................................
Array Accelerator Battery Pack X Below Reference Voltage (recharging)76................................................................................................................................................................
Board In Use By Expand Operation76................................................................................................................................................................
Board Not Attached76................................................................................................................................................................
Cache Has Been Disabled Because Adg Enabler Dongle Is Broken Or Missing76................................................................................................................................................................
Cache Has Been Disabled; Likely Caused By A Loose Pin On One Of The Ram Chips77................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Signature Is Zero77................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Signature Mismatch77................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Communication Failure Occurred77................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Detected. Nvram Configuration Not Present77................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Firmware Needs Upgrading77................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Is Located In Special "video" Slot77................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Is Not Configured77................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Reported Post Error. Error Code: X78................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Restarted With A Signature Of Zero78................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Command Issued78................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Firmware Needs Upgrading78................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Has Insufficient Capacity For Its Configuration78................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Has Invalid M&p Stamp78................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Has Loose Cable78................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Is A Replacement Drive79................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Is A Replacement Drive Marked Ok79................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Is Failed79................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Is Undergoing Drive Recovery79................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Upload Code Not Readable79................................................................................................................................................................
Drive (bay) X Was Inadvertently Replaced79................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Monitoring Features Are Unobtainable80................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Monitoring Is Not Enabled For Scsi Port X Drive Id Y80................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Time-out Occurred On Physical Drive Bay X80................................................................................................................................................................
Drive X Indicates Position Y80................................................................................................................................................................
Duplicate Write Memory Error80................................................................................................................................................................
Error Occurred Reading Ris Copy From Scsi Port X Drive Id80................................................................................................................................................................
Fyi: Drive (bay) X Is Third-party Supplied80................................................................................................................................................................
Identify Logical Drive Data Did Not Match With Nvram81................................................................................................................................................................
Insufficient Adapter Resources81................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-controller Link Connection Could Not Be Established81................................................................................................................................................................
Less Than 75% Batteries At Sufficient Voltage81................................................................................................................................................................
Less Than 75% Of Batteries At Sufficient Voltage Battery Pack X Below Reference Voltage81................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Failed Due To Cache Error81................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Failed81................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Interim Recovery (volume Functional, But Not Fault Tolerant)82................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Loose Cable Detected82................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Overheated82................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Overheating82................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Recovering (rebuilding Data On A Replaced Drive)82................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive X Status = Wrong Drive Replaced83................................................................................................................................................................
Loose Cable Detected - Logical Drives May Be Marked Failed Until Corrected83................................................................................................................................................................
Mirror Data Miscompare83................................................................................................................................................................
No Configuration For Array Accelerator Board83................................................................................................................................................................
One Or More Drives Is Unable To Support Redundant Controller Operation83................................................................................................................................................................
Other Controller Indicates Different Hardware Model83................................................................................................................................................................
Other Controller Indicates Different Firmware Version84................................................................................................................................................................
Other Controller Indicates Different Cache Size84................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Reduced Power Mode Enabled In Rbsu84................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Not Started (processor Stalled)84................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Not Started (stepping Does Not Match)84................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Not Started (unsupported Processor Stepping)84................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Not Supported (unsupported Core Speed)84................................................................................................................................................................
Ris Copies Between Drives Do Not Match84................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X Drive Id Y Failed - Replace (failure Message)85................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Firmware Needs Upgrading85................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Has Exceeded The Following Threshold(s)85................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Is Not Stamped For Monitoring85................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y May Have A Loose Connection85................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Ris Copies Within This Drive Do Not Match85................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y85................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Data85................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y Was Replaced On A Good Volume: (failure Message)86................................................................................................................................................................
Set Configuration Command Issued86................................................................................................................................................................
Soft Firmware Upgrade Required86................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Has A Cabling Error (bus Disabled)86................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated A Door Alert86................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated A Power Supply Failure86................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated An Overheated Condition87................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Is Unsupported With Its Current Firmware Version87................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated That The Fan Failed87................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated That The Fan Is Degraded87................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated That The Fan Module Is Unplugged87................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X - Wide Scsi Transfer Failed87................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. A Configured Array Of Drives88................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. A Drive Rearrangement88................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. An Unsupported Drive Arrangement Was Attempted88................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. The Cables Appear To Be Interchanged88................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. The Configuration Information On The Attached Drives89................................................................................................................................................................
Swapped Cables Or Configuration Error Detected. The Maximum Logical Volume Count X89................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Is Unable To Identify Which Slots The Controllers Are In89................................................................................................................................................................
The Redundant Controllers Installed Are Not The Same Model89................................................................................................................................................................
This Controller Can See The Drives But The Other Controller Can't90................................................................................................................................................................
This Controller Can't See The Drives But The Other Controller Can90................................................................................................................................................................
Unable To Communicate With Drive On Scsi Port X, Drive Id Y90................................................................................................................................................................
Unable To Retrieve Identify Controller Data. Controller May Be Disabled Or Failed90................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown Disable Code90................................................................................................................................................................
Unrecoverable Read Error90................................................................................................................................................................
Unsupported Processor Configuration (processor Required In Slot #1)91................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Bit Detected91................................................................................................................................................................
Warning - Drive Write Cache Is Enabled On X91................................................................................................................................................................
Warning - Mixed Feature Processors Were Detected91................................................................................................................................................................
Warning - Resetting Corrupted Cmos91................................................................................................................................................................
Warning - Resetting Corrupted Nvram91................................................................................................................................................................
Warning - Resetting Corrupted System Environment91................................................................................................................................................................
Warning - Restoring Default Configurations As Requested91................................................................................................................................................................
Warning: Storage Enclosure On Scsi Bus X Indicated It Is Operating In Single Ended Mode92................................................................................................................................................................
Write Memory Error92................................................................................................................................................................
Wrong Accelerator92................................................................................................................................................................
Post Error Messages And Beep Codes92................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Post Error Messages92................................................................................................................................................................
Non-numeric Messages Or Beeps Only93................................................................................................................................................................
Power Faults/supply Solutions98................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Detected/errors98................................................................................................................................................................
100 Series101................................................................................................................................................................
Rom Error101................................................................................................................................................................
Series103................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Error103................................................................................................................................................................
300 Series106................................................................................................................................................................
400 Series107................................................................................................................................................................
600 Series108................................................................................................................................................................
1100 Series109................................................................................................................................................................
1700 Series112................................................................................................................................................................
1779-slot-x Drive Array Replacement Drive Detected119................................................................................................................................................................
1783-slot-x Drive Array Controller Failure119................................................................................................................................................................
1783-intelligent Drive Array Controller Failure119................................................................................................................................................................
1784-slot X Drive Array Drive Failure119................................................................................................................................................................
1785-slot X Drive Array Not Configured120................................................................................................................................................................
1786-slot 1 Drive Array Recovery Needed120................................................................................................................................................................
1787-drive-array Operating In Interim Recovery Mode121................................................................................................................................................................
Event List Error Messages124................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Event List Error Messages124................................................................................................................................................................
A Cpu Power Module (system Board, Socket X)124................................................................................................................................................................
Asr Lockup Detected: Cause124................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operating System Shutdown Initiated Due To Fan Failure125................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operating System Shutdown Initiated Due To Overheat Condition125................................................................................................................................................................
Blue Screen Trap: Cause [nt]125................................................................................................................................................................
Corrected Memory Error Threshold Passed (slot X, Memory Module Y)125................................................................................................................................................................
Eisa Expansion Bus Master Timeout (slot X)125................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Bus Error (slot X, Bus Y, Device Z, Function X)125................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Correctable Error Threshold Passed (slot X, Socket Y)125................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Uncorrectable Internal Error (slot X, Socket Y)125................................................................................................................................................................
Unrecoverable Host Bus Data Parity Error126................................................................................................................................................................
Real-time Clock Battery Failing126................................................................................................................................................................
System Ac Power Overload (power Supply X)126................................................................................................................................................................
System Ac Power Problem (power Supply X)126................................................................................................................................................................
System Fan Failure (fan X, Location)126................................................................................................................................................................
System Fans Not Redundant126................................................................................................................................................................
System Overheating (zone X, Location)126................................................................................................................................................................
System Power Supplies Not Redundant126................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Bladesystem Infrastructure Error Codes127................................................................................................................................................................
Server Blade Error Codes127................................................................................................................................................................
Uncorrectable Memory Error (slot X, Memory Module Y)127................................................................................................................................................................
Server Blade Management Module Error Codes127................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management Module Error Codes130................................................................................................................................................................
Port 85 Codes And Ilo Messages131................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The System Using Port 85 Codes131................................................................................................................................................................
Processor-related Port 85 Codes131................................................................................................................................................................
Memory-related Port 85 Codes132................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Board-related Port 85 Codes133................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Port 85 Codes133................................................................................................................................................................
Message Id: 4137134................................................................................................................................................................
Message Id: 4140134................................................................................................................................................................
Message Id: 4141134................................................................................................................................................................
Message Id: 4169134................................................................................................................................................................
Message Id: 4190134................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Event Log Processor Error Codes134................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Diagnostics Processor Error Codes135................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_1135................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_2135................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_3135................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_5135................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_6135................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_7136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_8136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_9136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_10136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_11136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_12136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_13136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_14136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_15136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_16136................................................................................................................................................................
Msg_cpu_rr_17137................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp138................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp Technical Support Or An Authorized Reseller138................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair138................................................................................................................................................................
Server Information You Need139................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Information You Need139................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Operating Systems139................................................................................................................................................................
Novell Netware Operating Systems141................................................................................................................................................................
Sco Operating Systems141................................................................................................................................................................
Ibm Os/2 Operating Systems142................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris Operating Systems142................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations144................................................................................................................................................................
Index148................................................................................................................................................................

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HP ML330 - ProLiant - G3 Reference Manual

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Microsoft Windows Event ID and SNMP Traps Reference Guide for use with SmartStart version 8.25  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.82 MB
Table of contents
Reference Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction4................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Nt ® Event Log Format4................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Descriptions4................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go For Additional Help5................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Numbers5................................................................................................................................................................
Foundation Agents6................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 256-7746................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1105-18089................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 2048-235917................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 3072-387621................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 4352-462625................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Agents29................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1061-109832................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1101-119938................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1200-129464................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1343-461377................................................................................................................................................................
Server Agents82................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1024-109285................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1103-118393................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1539-3352124................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 5632-5684126................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Agents129................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 256-299129................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 300-1293133................................................................................................................................................................
HP ML330 - ProLiant - G3 Setup And Installation Manual

HP ML330 - ProLiant - G3 Setup And Installation Manual (135 pages)

HP ProLiant ML330 Generation 3 Server Setup and Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 3.96 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide9................................................................................................................................................................
Audience Assumptions9................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment9................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability11................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols In Text11................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents12................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help12................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support12................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Website13................................................................................................................................................................
Authorized Reseller13................................................................................................................................................................
Reader's Comments13................................................................................................................................................................
Component Identification14................................................................................................................................................................
Features14................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components15................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1: Front Panel Components15................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Leds16................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-2: Front Panel Leds16................................................................................................................................................................
Media Components18................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-3: Media Components18................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components19................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-4: Rear Panel Components19................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Leds20................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-5: Rear Panel Leds20................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components21................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-6: System Board Components21................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Switch22................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-7: System Configuration Switch Settings22................................................................................................................................................................
System Id Switch23................................................................................................................................................................
Jumper Settings23................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds24................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-8: System Board Leds24................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Controller Components26................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Cable Components27................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Cable Components28................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-9: Ata Cable Components28................................................................................................................................................................
Server Operations29................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up The Server29................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Down The Server29................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Front Bezel30................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Access Panel31................................................................................................................................................................
Server Setup33................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Installation Services33................................................................................................................................................................
Tower Server Optimum Environment34................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Server Optimum Environment34................................................................................................................................................................
Space And Airflow Requirements34................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Requirements36................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements36................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Grounding Requirements37................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Rack Server38................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Server Shipping Carton Contents39................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Server39................................................................................................................................................................
Server With A Factory-installed Os40................................................................................................................................................................
Server With An Os Purchased Separately41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Server42................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Server43................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Options Installation44................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Procedures44................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Option45................................................................................................................................................................
Dimms48................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Devices50................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Bezel Blanks50................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Media Bay Drive Tray51................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Hard Drive Into A Hard Drive Bay53................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Hard Drive Into A Removable Media Bay56................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling A Hard Drive58................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1: Ata Cabling Sequence61................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Tape Drive Or Other Removable Media Device62................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Two-bay Hot-plug Scsi Drive Cage65................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Boards70................................................................................................................................................................
Server Configuration And Utilities73................................................................................................................................................................
Rom-based Setup Utility73................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating Rbsu73................................................................................................................................................................
Using Rbsu74................................................................................................................................................................
Auto-configuration Process80................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1: Auto-configuration Process80................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Options81................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Support81................................................................................................................................................................
Safety And Security Benefits81................................................................................................................................................................
Access To Redundant Rom Settings81................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq83................................................................................................................................................................
System Online Rom Flash Component Utility83................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support84................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software84................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Autorun Menu85................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Scripting Toolkit86................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Diagnostics Lx32 Utility86................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers86................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Arrays87................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents87................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Manager 787................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery-288................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility88................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log89................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Self-test89................................................................................................................................................................
Raid Configuration And Management90................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Raid90................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Raid90................................................................................................................................................................
Raid Terminology90................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Ata Raid Configuration Utility92................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Utility Features92................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Configuration Utility92................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Ata Raid Management Utility96................................................................................................................................................................
Management Utility Features96................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Management Utility96................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting97................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Connection Tips98................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Setup Tips98................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Notices100................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers100................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice100................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment101................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment101................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo - United States Only102................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications102................................................................................................................................................................
Cables102................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien103................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Notice103................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice104................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice104................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Devices105................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Safety Warnings105................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With Cdrh Regulations105................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With International Regulations105................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Product Label106................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Information106................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice107................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cords107................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse Compliance Statement108................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B Electrostatic Discharge109................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods110................................................................................................................................................................
Server Error Messages111................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specific Troubleshooting112................................................................................................................................................................
When The Server Does Not Start112................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Steps115................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-1: Diagnostic Steps115................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-2: Is The System Power Led Amber116................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-3: Is The System Power Led Green?117................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-4: Is The Internal Health Led Green?118................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-5: Is The Monitor Displaying Information?119................................................................................................................................................................
Problems After Initial Power Up120................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-6: System Cannot Load Smartstart120................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-7: Smartstart Fails During Installation122................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-8: Server Cannot Load The Operating System122................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Reset123................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Disaster Recovery124................................................................................................................................................................
Other Information Resources125................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix E Server Specifications126................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications126................................................................................................................................................................
Table E-1: Server Specifications126................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications127................................................................................................................................................................
Table E-2: Environmental Specifications127................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement128................................................................................................................................................................

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Standard Features4................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Options23................................................................................................................................................................
Power Specifications40................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications41................................................................................................................................................................
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Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 on ProLiant servers  
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Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction3................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Considerations3................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Considerations4................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade/migration Considerations4................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Server Platforms5................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Software9................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Management Options And Agents10................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Storage Options11................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Network Interface Controllers (nics)13................................................................................................................................................................
Support Video16................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware System Requirements16................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Configurations17................................................................................................................................................................
System Roms And Option Roms For Microsoft Windows 200018................................................................................................................................................................
Server Setup18................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Array Configuration18................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Components18................................................................................................................................................................
Support Software19................................................................................................................................................................
Installation19................................................................................................................................................................
Before Beginning19................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Configuration20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Steps20................................................................................................................................................................
Features21................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents22................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Insight Lights-out Edition Management22................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out Remote Management22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Workload Management Pack23................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Memory Protection23................................................................................................................................................................
Online Spare Memory23................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Plug Mirrored Memory23................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Plug Raid Memory23................................................................................................................................................................
Wake On Lan (wol)23................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-boot Execution Environment (pxe)24................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Hot Plug24................................................................................................................................................................
Teamed Nics25................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting26................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Issues And Solutions For Windows 200027................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Implementation30................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion33................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Hp Proliant Server Features34................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information35................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action35................................................................................................................................................................
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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................................................................................................................................................................
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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................................................................................................................................................................
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Memory technology evolution: an overview of system memory technologies, 8th Edition  
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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................................................................................................................................................................
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Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Requirements Checklists3................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Server Checklist3................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Sbs 2003 R2 Installation Checklist For Supported Proliant Servers4................................................................................................................................................................
Servers With Modems Checklist4................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Process For Supported Proliant Ml300 Series Servers5................................................................................................................................................................
Part 1: Installing Windows Sbs 2003 R2 With Smartstart5................................................................................................................................................................
Part 2: Installing And Configuring A Modem6................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Process For Supported Proliant Ml100 Series Servers7................................................................................................................................................................
Part 1: Creating Storage Driver Media For Use During The Windows Sbs 2003 R2 Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Method 1: Downloading Drivers From The Hp Website7................................................................................................................................................................
Method 2: Downloading Drivers From The Server Support And Documentation Cd7................................................................................................................................................................
Part 2: Installing Windows Sbs 2003 R28................................................................................................................................................................
Task 1: Starting The Installation8................................................................................................................................................................
Task 2: Choosing Disk Carving Options9................................................................................................................................................................
Task 3: Installing The Windows Sbs 2003 R2 Os10................................................................................................................................................................
Task 4: Updating The System Drivers12................................................................................................................................................................
Part 3: Installing And Configuring Modem(s) And Nic(s)12................................................................................................................................................................
Task 1: Installing And Configuring Modem(s) And The Appropriate Driver(s)12................................................................................................................................................................
Task 2: Installing And Configuring Nic(s) And The Appropriate Driver(s)13................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting14................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information15................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action15................................................................................................................................................................
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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................................................................................................................................................................
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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................................................................................................................................................................
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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................................................................................................................................................................
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