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HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Setup And Installation Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Setup And Installation Manual (170 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 5.45 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide11................................................................................................................................................................
Audience Assumptions11................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information11................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment11................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability13................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols In Text13................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents14................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help14................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support14................................................................................................................................................................
Server Features16................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Hardware Features18................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Bay Configuration18................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1: Proliant Ml310 Server18................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2: Drive Bay Configuration19................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1: Drive Bay Dimensions19................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3: Front Panel Components20................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-2: Front Panel Components20................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Connectors21................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-4: Rear Panel Connectors21................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-3: Rear Panel Connectors21................................................................................................................................................................
Network Interface Controller Connector Leds22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-5: Nic Connector22................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-4: Nic Connector Leds22................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-6: Scsi System Board Components23................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-5: Scsi System Board Components24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-7: Ata System Board Components25................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-6: Ata System Board Components26................................................................................................................................................................
Processor And Server Memory27................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Slots27................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Controller27................................................................................................................................................................
Network Controller27................................................................................................................................................................
Video Controller28................................................................................................................................................................
Ports/connectors28................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply29................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty29................................................................................................................................................................
Server Configuration And Management30................................................................................................................................................................
Security31................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Server Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Site33................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Rack Server34................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-enabling Option34................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1: Proliant Ml310 Server Installed Into A Rack34................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Environment35................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Materials36................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Sequence37................................................................................................................................................................
Factory-installed Operating Systems37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2: Powering Up The Server39................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems Purchased Separately40................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Server42................................................................................................................................................................
Server Registration42................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3: Inserting A Cd Into The Cd-rom Drive42................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Options Installation43................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Server44................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Down The Server44................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Front Bezel45................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1: Removing The Front Bezel45................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Access Panel46................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2: Removing The Access Panel46................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Bezel Blanks47................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3: Removing A Bezel Blank47................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Drive Tray48................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-4: Removing A Drive Tray48................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Devices49................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Hard Drive From A Hard Drive Bay50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-5: Disconnecting The Hard Drive Cables (scsi Model)50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-6: Disconnecting The Hard Drive Cables (ata Model)51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-7: Removing A Hard Drive52................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Hard Drive Into A Hard Drive Bay53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-8: Removing The Drive Compartment53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-9: Locating The Hard Drive Screws54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-10: Installing A 3.5-inch Hard Drive55................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Hard Drive Into A Removable Media Bay56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-11: Installing A Hard Drive Into A Removable Media Bay Drive Tray56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-12: Installing A Hard Drive Into A Removable Media Bay57................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Hard Drive Or Other Device From A Removable Media Bay58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-13: Removing A Device From The Removable Media Bay58................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Tape Drive Or Other Removable Media Device59................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-14: Removing The Rails From The Drive Tray60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-15: Installing A Tape Drive61................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Two-bay Hot-plug Scsi Drive Cage Into A Removable Media62................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-16: Removing The Bezel From The Drive Cage62................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-17: Removing Media Bay Blanks63................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-18: Removing The Cd-rom Drive64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-19: Moving The Cd-rom Drive64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-20: Attaching The Rails To The Drive Cage65................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-21: Expansion Slots66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-22: Removing The Expansion Slot Cover67................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-23: Releasing The Expansion Board Retainer68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-24: Installing An Expansion Board68................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Modules69................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-25: Removing A Dimm70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-26: Locating Dimm Sockets71................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-27: Installing A Dimm72................................................................................................................................................................
Processor73................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Processor73................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-28: Locating The Processor Socket73................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-29: Removing The Processor From The System Board74................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Processor75................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-30: Installing A Processor75................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-31: Installing The Heatsink76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-32: Securing The Heatsink Retainer Clips76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-33: Plugging In The System Fan77................................................................................................................................................................
Battery78................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Battery79................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-34: Removing The Battery From The Scsi System Board80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-35: Removing The Battery From The Ata System Board80................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Guidelines82................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Cabling83................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Scsi Components84................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1: Scsi Cable With Terminator84................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2: Internal Scsi Components85................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1: Internal Scsi Components85................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-3: 68-to-50 Pin (wide-to-narrow) Scsi Adapter86................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Scsi Devices And Hard Drives87................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-4: Cabling A Scsi Hard Drive Or Other Device87................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling A Smart Array Controller88................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-5: Removing The Scsi Cable From The System Board88................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling A Two-bay Hot-plug Scsi Drive Cage89................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-6: Connecting The Scsi Cable To The Smart Array Controller89................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-7: Cabling A Two-bay Hot-plug Scsi Drive Cage90................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Cabling91................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Ata Components92................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-8: Ata Cable Connectors92................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-2: Ata Cable Connectors92................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-9: Internal Ata Components93................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-3: Internal Ata Components93................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Ata/100 Raid Devices94................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-10: Ata Cabling Sequence94................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-4: Ata Cabling Sequence95................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling An Atapi Tape Drive Or Other Atapi Device96................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-11: Cabling An Atapi Tape Drive96................................................................................................................................................................
Server Configuration And Utilities97................................................................................................................................................................
Rom-based Setup Utility98................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating Rbsu98................................................................................................................................................................
Using Rbsu99................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Support103................................................................................................................................................................
Safety And Security Benefits104................................................................................................................................................................
Access To Redundant Rom Settings104................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq105................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software105................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Diskette Builder106................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Manager106................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility107................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics Utility107................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery108................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Self-test108................................................................................................................................................................
System Firmware Update108................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Raid109................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Raid109................................................................................................................................................................
Raid Terminology110................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Ata Raid Configuration Utility111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Utility Features111................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Configuration Utility112................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Ata Raid Management Utility116................................................................................................................................................................
Management Utility Features116................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Management Utility116................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting117................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Connection Tips117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Setup Tips118................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers119................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice119................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment120................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment120................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo – United States Only121................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications121................................................................................................................................................................
Cables121................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)122................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Notice122................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice123................................................................................................................................................................
China Taiwan Notice123................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Devices124................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Safety Warnings124................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With Cdrh Regulations124................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With International Regulations124................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Product Label125................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Information125................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice126................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cords126................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse Compliance Statement127................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge128................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods129................................................................................................................................................................
Server Error Messages130................................................................................................................................................................
When The Server Does Not Start133................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosis Steps135................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-1: Diagnosis Steps135................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-2: Front Panel Power-on/standby Led Is Not On137................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-3: Server Does Not Have Video138................................................................................................................................................................
Problems After Initial Startup139................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-4: Problems After Initial Startup140................................................................................................................................................................
Other Information Resources142................................................................................................................................................................
Table D-5: Proliant Ml310 Server Troubleshooting Resources142................................................................................................................................................................
Leds144................................................................................................................................................................
Server Leds144................................................................................................................................................................
Figure E-1: Power Button And Server Leds145................................................................................................................................................................
Table E-1: Power Button And Server Leds145................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds146................................................................................................................................................................
Figure E-2: System Board Leds146................................................................................................................................................................
Table E-2: System Board Leds147................................................................................................................................................................
Network Controller Leds149................................................................................................................................................................
Figure E-3: Network Controller Leds149................................................................................................................................................................
Table E-3: Network Controller Leds149................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Settings150................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Switch Settings150................................................................................................................................................................
Figure E-4: System Configuration Switch Default Settings150................................................................................................................................................................
Table E-4: System Configuration Switch Settings151................................................................................................................................................................
System Id Switch Settings154................................................................................................................................................................
Figure E-5: System Id Switch154................................................................................................................................................................
Table E-5: System Id Switch Settings154................................................................................................................................................................
Jumper Settings155................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Device Jumper Settings155................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Device Jumper Settings155................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications156................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications157................................................................................................................................................................
Table F-1: Proliant Ml310 Server Specifications157................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Hardware Configuration158................................................................................................................................................................
Table F-2: Minimum Hardware Configuration158................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Operating Systems159................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers159................................................................................................................................................................

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HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Troubleshooting Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p 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................................................................................................................................................................
Xx4 (may 2006)10................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Problems49................................................................................................................................................................
Software Problems49................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Problems And Resolutions49................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Updates50................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring To A Backed-up Version51................................................................................................................................................................
When To Reconfigure Or Reload Software51................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Operating Systems52................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
General Remote Rom Flash Problems Are Occurring52................................................................................................................................................................
Application Software Problems52................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Rom Flash Problems52................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Array Configuration Utility54................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software54................................................................................................................................................................
Software Tools And Solutions54................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tools54................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery58................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Utility58................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Insight Lights-out Edition Ii58................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out Technology58................................................................................................................................................................
Management Tools58................................................................................................................................................................
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 Home61................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support61................................................................................................................................................................
Clustering Software61................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics61................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools61................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Homepage61................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility62................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log62................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Scsi Diagnosis Feature62................................................................................................................................................................
Array Diagnostic Utility63................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Instant Support Enterprise Edition63................................................................................................................................................................
Web-based Enterprise Service63................................................................................................................................................................
Open Services Event Manager63................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers63................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Support And Analysis Tools63................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The System Current63................................................................................................................................................................
Version Control64................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Paqs64................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Support Packs64................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Version Support64................................................................................................................................................................
Softpaqs64................................................................................................................................................................
Change Control And Proactive Notification64................................................................................................................................................................
Care Pack65................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Rom65................................................................................................................................................................
Firmware Maintenance65................................................................................................................................................................
System Rom65................................................................................................................................................................
Methods For Updating Firmware66................................................................................................................................................................
Current Firmware Versions67................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Website69................................................................................................................................................................
Server Documentation69................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber's Choice69................................................................................................................................................................
Natural Language Search Assistant69................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Resources For Troubleshooting69................................................................................................................................................................
Online Resources69................................................................................................................................................................
White Papers70................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
General Server Resources70................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Board Layouts71................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems71................................................................................................................................................................
Server And Option Specifications, Symbols, Installation Warnings, And Notices72................................................................................................................................................................
Teardown Procedures, Part Numbers, Specifications72................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Topics72................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Adu Error Messages73................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Board Not Detected73................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Error Log73................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerator Parity Read Errors: X73................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages73................................................................................................................................................................
Adu Error Messages73................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Post Error Messages92................................................................................................................................................................
Post Error Messages And Beep Codes92................................................................................................................................................................
Non-numeric Messages Or Beeps Only93................................................................................................................................................................
Power Faults/supply Solutions98................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Rom Detected/errors98................................................................................................................................................................
Series101................................................................................................................................................................
Rom Error101................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Error103................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Event List Error Messages124................................................................................................................................................................
A Cpu Power Module (system Board, Socket X)124................................................................................................................................................................
Asr Lockup Detected: Cause124................................................................................................................................................................
Event List Error Messages124................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Windows® Event Log Processor Error Codes134................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Reference Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Reference Manual (138 pages)

Microsoft Windows Event ID and SNMP Traps Reference Guide for use with SmartStart version 8.25  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.82 MB
Table of contents
Reference Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction4................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Descriptions4................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go For Additional Help5................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Numbers5................................................................................................................................................................
Foundation Agents6................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1105-18089................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 256-77429................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 300-1293133................................................................................................................................................................

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HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual (124 pages)

ProLiant ML310 Generation 2 Server User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 4.42 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Leds And Buttons8................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components9................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Leds And Buttons10................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components11................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Switch11................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds13................................................................................................................................................................
System Leds And Internal Health Led Combinations14................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Ids16................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Scsi Hard Drive Leds17................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Scsi Hard Drive Led Combinations18................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Fans19................................................................................................................................................................
Server Operations21................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up The Server21................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Down The Server21................................................................................................................................................................
Unlocking The Tower Bezel22................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Access Panel22................................................................................................................................................................
Server Setup25................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Installation Services25................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Planning Resources26................................................................................................................................................................
Optimum Environment27................................................................................................................................................................
Space And Airflow Requirements27................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Requirements28................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements29................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Grounding Requirements30................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Warnings And Cautions30................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Tower Server Shipping Carton Contents33................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hardware Options33................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Tower Server33................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up And Configuring The Server35................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Operating System36................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Server36................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Options Installation37................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction37................................................................................................................................................................
Processor And Heatsink38................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Options41................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Installation Guidelines41................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Dimms42................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Options43................................................................................................................................................................
Non-hot-plug Sata Hard Drive44................................................................................................................................................................
Non-hot-plug Scsi Hard Drive46................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Sata And Sas Hard Drives49................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Controller50................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Cd-rom Drive51................................................................................................................................................................
Dvd-rom Drive52................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Diskette Drive53................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Boards54................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Slot Cover54................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Expansion Boards55................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cabling57................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Scsi Cabling57................................................................................................................................................................
Non-hot-plug Scsi Cabling58................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Sata Cabling59................................................................................................................................................................
Non-hot-plug Sata Cabling59................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Cabling60................................................................................................................................................................
Server Software And Configuration Utilities61................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tools61................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software61................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Scripting Toolkit62................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Rom-based Setup Utility63................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Replication Utility63................................................................................................................................................................
Auto-configuration Process64................................................................................................................................................................
Array Configuration Utility65................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Options65................................................................................................................................................................
Bios Serial Console65................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Arrays66................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack66................................................................................................................................................................
Re-entering The Server Serial Number And Product Id67................................................................................................................................................................
Management Tools67................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery68................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Utility68................................................................................................................................................................
System Online Rom Flash Component Utility69................................................................................................................................................................
Erase Utility69................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents70................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager70................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support And Functionality70................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools72................................................................................................................................................................
Survey Utility72................................................................................................................................................................
Array Diagnostic Utility72................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics73................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log73................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The System Current73................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers74................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Paqs74................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Support Packs75................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Version Support75................................................................................................................................................................
Change Control And Proactive Notification75................................................................................................................................................................
Care Pack75................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement77................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting79................................................................................................................................................................
Server Diagnostic Steps79................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information80................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment80................................................................................................................................................................
Warnings And Cautions81................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Server For Diagnosis83................................................................................................................................................................
Symptom Information84................................................................................................................................................................
Service Notifications85................................................................................................................................................................
Loose Connections85................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Steps85................................................................................................................................................................
Start Diagnosis Flowchart86................................................................................................................................................................
General Diagnosis Flowchart88................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Problems Flowchart90................................................................................................................................................................
Post Problems Flowchart93................................................................................................................................................................
Os Boot Problems Flowchart95................................................................................................................................................................
Server Fault Indications Flowchart98................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Disaster Recovery101................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Recovery101................................................................................................................................................................
Other Information Resources102................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Notices103................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers103................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice104................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Rating Label104................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment104................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment105................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only105................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications106................................................................................................................................................................
Cables106................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse Compliance Statement106................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Regulatory Notice106................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)107................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice108................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice108................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Compliance108................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice109................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice110................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge111................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge111................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods To Prevent Electrostatic Discharge112................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications113................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications113................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support115................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents115................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information115................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Contact Hp116................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations117................................................................................................................................................................
Index121................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual (119 pages)

Storage Server  
Brand: HP | Category: Network Storage Server | Size: 2.34 MB
Table of contents
Hp Proliant Ml310 Storage Server1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide11................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience11................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions12................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Hardware Support Services13................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring The Server15................................................................................................................................................................
Network Access Methods15................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Configuration Checklist16................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Kit Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On The Server17................................................................................................................................................................
Factory Image17................................................................................................................................................................
Ml310 Hardware Raid18................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Remote Browser Method19................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Options Screen20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Remote Desktop Method22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storage Server Management Console22................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Integrated Lights-out 2 Method23................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Server On The Network25................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin25................................................................................................................................................................
Server Configuration Worksheet25................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Rapid Startup Wizard26................................................................................................................................................................
Completing System Configuration26................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Management Overview29................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Management Process Example30................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Tolerance31................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arrays From Physical Drives31................................................................................................................................................................
Raid 0 (data Striping) (s1-s4) Of Data Blocks (b1-b12)31................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Of Raid Methods32................................................................................................................................................................
Two Arrays (a1, A2) And five Logical Drives (l1 Through L5) Spread Over five Physical Drives33................................................................................................................................................................
File Sharing Elements34................................................................................................................................................................
Clustered Server Elements34................................................................................................................................................................
Network Adapter Teaming35................................................................................................................................................................
File Server Management37................................................................................................................................................................
New Or Improved file Services Features In Windows Storage Server 2003 R237................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Manager For Sans37................................................................................................................................................................
Single Instance Storage37................................................................................................................................................................
Search Enhancements37................................................................................................................................................................
File Server Resource Manager37................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Sharepoint Services38................................................................................................................................................................
File Services Management38................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable And Pre-configured Storage38................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks And Utilities Needed For Storage Server Configuration39................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Management Utilities39................................................................................................................................................................
Array Configuration Utility40................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Management Utility40................................................................................................................................................................
When Managing Disks And Volumes41................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Defragmentation41................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Managing Disks And Volumes41................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Storage42................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Quotas42................................................................................................................................................................
Expanding Storage43................................................................................................................................................................
Extending Storage Using Windows Storage Utilities43................................................................................................................................................................
Expanding Storage For Eva Arrays Using Command View Eva44................................................................................................................................................................
Expanding Storage Using The Array Configuration Utility44................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Volume45................................................................................................................................................................
Allocating Disk Space45................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Storage Area46................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Creation Frequency46................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Shadow Copies47................................................................................................................................................................
The Shadow Copy Cache file48................................................................................................................................................................
System Administrator View Of Shadow Copies For Shared Folders48................................................................................................................................................................
Shadow Copies Stored On A Source Volume48................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Creating Shadow Copies49................................................................................................................................................................
Shadow Copies Stored On A Separate Volume49................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Shadow Copy Properties50................................................................................................................................................................
Redirecting Shadow Copies To An Alternate Volume50................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Shadow Copies From The Storage Server Desktop51................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Shadow Copies From My Computer52................................................................................................................................................................
Client Gui53................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Deleted file Or Folder54................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering An Overwritten Or Corrupted file55................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Folder55................................................................................................................................................................
Backup And Shadow Copies55................................................................................................................................................................
Shadow Copy Transport56................................................................................................................................................................
Folder Management57................................................................................................................................................................
Properties Dialog Box, Security Tab58................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Security Settings Dialog Box, Permissions Tab59................................................................................................................................................................
User Or Group Permission Entry Dialog Box60................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Security Settings Dialog Box, Auditing Tab61................................................................................................................................................................
Select User Or Group Dialog Box61................................................................................................................................................................
Auditing Entry Dialog Box For Folder Name Ntfs Test62................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Security Settings Dialog Box, Owner Tab63................................................................................................................................................................
Integrating Local file System Security Into Windows Domain Environments64................................................................................................................................................................
File Screening Management65................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Library And Tape Tools66................................................................................................................................................................
More Information66................................................................................................................................................................
Print Services69................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Print Management Console69................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Install Network Printer Wizard69................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Download Manager For Jetdirect Print Devices69................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Print Migrator Utility69................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Web Jetadmin Installation70................................................................................................................................................................
Web-based Printer Management And Internet Printing70................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Considerations For Print Services70................................................................................................................................................................
Print Queue Creation71................................................................................................................................................................
Sustaining Print Administration Tasks71................................................................................................................................................................
Driver Updates Print Drivers72................................................................................................................................................................
User-mode Vs. Kernel-mode Drivers72................................................................................................................................................................
Additional References For Print Services73................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Services For Network File System (msnfs)75................................................................................................................................................................
Msnfs Features75................................................................................................................................................................
Msnfs Components76................................................................................................................................................................
Administering Msnfs77................................................................................................................................................................
Server For Nfs77................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Msnfs From Hp Storage Server Management Console77................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Table78................................................................................................................................................................
User Name Mapping78................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Services For Nfs Command-line Tools83................................................................................................................................................................
Msnfs Command-line Administration Tools83................................................................................................................................................................
Other Network file And Print Services85................................................................................................................................................................
File And Print Services For Netware (fpnw)85................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Services For Netware85................................................................................................................................................................
Managing File And Print Services For Netware86................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Managing Netware Users87................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Local Netware Users87................................................................................................................................................................
File And Print Services For Netware Dialog Box87................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Local Netware User Accounts88................................................................................................................................................................
New User Dialog Box88................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Ncp Volumes (shares)89................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Ncp Share89................................................................................................................................................................
Netware Services Tab89................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Ncp Share Properties90................................................................................................................................................................
Print Services For Netware90................................................................................................................................................................
Point And Print From Novell To Windows Server 200390................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Appletalk Protocol91................................................................................................................................................................
Installing File Services For Macintosh91................................................................................................................................................................
Completing Setup Of Appletalk Protocol And Shares91................................................................................................................................................................
Print Services For Macintosh92................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Print Services For Macintosh92................................................................................................................................................................
Point And Print From Macintosh To Windows Server 200392................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting, Servicing, And Maintenance93................................................................................................................................................................
Firmware Updates94................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance And Service Documentation94................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance Updates94................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair94................................................................................................................................................................
Certificate Of Authenticity95................................................................................................................................................................
System Installation And Recovery97................................................................................................................................................................
The Installation And Recovery Dvd97................................................................................................................................................................
To Restore A Factory Image97................................................................................................................................................................
Systems With A Don't Erase Partition97................................................................................................................................................................
A Server Components99................................................................................................................................................................
Ml310 Hardware Components99................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel100................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components100................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel101................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components101................................................................................................................................................................
B Configuring Storage Server For Web Access (optional)103................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up An Internet Connection103................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Configuration Settings103................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Server Settings103................................................................................................................................................................
C Regulatory Compliance And Safety105................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment105................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only105................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications106................................................................................................................................................................
International Notices And Statements107................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien) Class A Equipment107................................................................................................................................................................
Safety108................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice108................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice109................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cords109................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Power Cord Notice109................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge109................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge109................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods109................................................................................................................................................................
Czechoslovakian Notice110................................................................................................................................................................
Danish Notice110................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Notice110................................................................................................................................................................
Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment (weee) Directive110................................................................................................................................................................
English Notice111................................................................................................................................................................
Estonian Notice111................................................................................................................................................................
Finnish Notice111................................................................................................................................................................
French Notice111................................................................................................................................................................
German Notice112................................................................................................................................................................
Greek Notice112................................................................................................................................................................
Hungarian Notice112................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Notice112................................................................................................................................................................
Latvian Notice113................................................................................................................................................................
Lithuanian Notice113................................................................................................................................................................
Polish Notice113................................................................................................................................................................
Portuguese Notice113................................................................................................................................................................
Slovenian Notice114................................................................................................................................................................
Slovakian Notice114................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Notice114................................................................................................................................................................
Swedish Notice114................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual (103 pages)

ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 3 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Component Identification6................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components6................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Leds And Buttons7................................................................................................................................................................
Sas And Sata Device Numbers8................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Sata Or Sas Hard Drive Leds8................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components9................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Leds10................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components11................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Switch12................................................................................................................................................................
Nmi Functionality13................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds13................................................................................................................................................................
System Leds And Internal Health Led Combinations14................................................................................................................................................................
Pci-x Extender Board Components15................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Locations15................................................................................................................................................................
Operations16................................................................................................................................................................
Power Up The Server16................................................................................................................................................................
Power Down The Server16................................................................................................................................................................
Unlock The Bezel17................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The Bezel17................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The Access Panel18................................................................................................................................................................
Install The Access Panel18................................................................................................................................................................
Remove A Media Bay Blank19................................................................................................................................................................
Remove A Bezel Blank19................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The System Air Baffle And Pci Card Guide20................................................................................................................................................................
Setup21................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Installation Services21................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Planning Resources21................................................................................................................................................................
Optimum Environment21................................................................................................................................................................
Space And Airflow Requirements22................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Requirements22................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements23................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Grounding Requirements23................................................................................................................................................................
Warnings And Cautions23................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Server Shipping Carton Contents25................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hardware Options25................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Server25................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Operating System26................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Server27................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Options Installation28................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction28................................................................................................................................................................
Memory28................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Installation Guidelines28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Dimms29................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drives29................................................................................................................................................................
Sata Optical Drive31................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Tape Drive32................................................................................................................................................................
Full-height Tape Drive34................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drives36................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Legacy Diskette Drive36................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Usb Diskette Drive38................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Boards38................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Expansion Slot Cover38................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Expansion Boards39................................................................................................................................................................
Pci-x Extender Board40................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Controller41................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel And Second Serial Connector41................................................................................................................................................................
Battery-backed Write Cache Battery Pack Option42................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Trusted Platform Module Option44................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Trusted Platform Module Board45................................................................................................................................................................
Retaining The Recovery Key/password46................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Trusted Platform Module47................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling48................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cabling48................................................................................................................................................................
Sata Hard Drive Cabling49................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Hard Drive Cabling49................................................................................................................................................................
Software And Configuration Utilities50................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tools50................................................................................................................................................................
Smartstart Software50................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Rom-based Setup Utility51................................................................................................................................................................
Array Configuration Utility52................................................................................................................................................................
Embedded Sata Raid53................................................................................................................................................................
Option Rom Configuration For Arrays55................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Control Server Deployment (formerly Rdp)56................................................................................................................................................................
Re-entering The Server Serial Number And Product Id56................................................................................................................................................................
Management Tools56................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Server Recovery56................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Utility57................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Lights-out 2 Technology57................................................................................................................................................................
Erase Utility57................................................................................................................................................................
Management Agents58................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager58................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support58................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools59................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics59................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics Survey Functionality60................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log60................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Disaster Recovery60................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The System Current61................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers61................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Support Packs61................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Version Support61................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smart Update Manager61................................................................................................................................................................
Change Control And Proactive Notification62................................................................................................................................................................
Care Pack62................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting63................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Resources63................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-diagnostic Steps63................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information63................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment64................................................................................................................................................................
Symptom Information65................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare The Server For Diagnosis65................................................................................................................................................................
Loose Connections66................................................................................................................................................................
Service Notifications67................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowcharts67................................................................................................................................................................
Start Diagnosis Flowchart67................................................................................................................................................................
General Diagnosis Flowchart68................................................................................................................................................................
Server Power-on Problems Flowchart70................................................................................................................................................................
Post Problems Flowchart73................................................................................................................................................................
Os Boot Problems Flowchart75................................................................................................................................................................
Server Fault Indications Flowchart76................................................................................................................................................................
Post Error Messages And Beep Codes78................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement80................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Notices81................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers81................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice81................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Rating Label81................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Notice, Class A Equipment81................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Notice, Class B Equipment81................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only82................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications82................................................................................................................................................................
Cables82................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)82................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Regulatory Notice83................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of Waste Equipment By Users In Private Households In The European Union83................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice84................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice84................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notice84................................................................................................................................................................
Chinese Notice85................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Compliance85................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice85................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord Statement For Japan86................................................................................................................................................................
Acoustics Statement For Germany (geräuschemission)86................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge87................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge87................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods To Prevent Electrostatic Discharge87................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications88................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications88................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications88................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources90................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Contact Hp90................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information90................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair90................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations98................................................................................................................................................................
Index100................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Maintenance And Service Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Maintenance And Service Manual (90 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 5.04 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide7................................................................................................................................................................
Audience Assumptions7................................................................................................................................................................
Technician Notes7................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go For Additional Help9................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log9................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Numbers9................................................................................................................................................................
Illustrated Parts Catalog10................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Parts Exploded View11................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Spare Parts List12................................................................................................................................................................
Server Components Exploded View (ata Model)13................................................................................................................................................................
Server Components Exploded View (scsi Model)14................................................................................................................................................................
Server Components Spare Parts List15................................................................................................................................................................
Removal And Replacement Procedures17................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge Information18................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols On Equipment19................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Procedures20................................................................................................................................................................
Server Warnings And Precautions21................................................................................................................................................................
Front Bezel22................................................................................................................................................................
Access Panel23................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Devices24................................................................................................................................................................
Bezel Blanks25................................................................................................................................................................
System Fan26................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Fan27................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Routing Diagrams28................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Cable Routing29................................................................................................................................................................
Atapi Tape Drive Cable Routing30................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Tray31................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Hard Drive Compartment32................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drives34................................................................................................................................................................
Loosening The Diskette Drive Screws35................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Failure Scenarios36................................................................................................................................................................
Raid 1+0 Configurations37................................................................................................................................................................
Power Switch And Led40................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Led Shield41................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Device From A Removable Media Bay42................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Device From The Removable Media Bay43................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Slots44................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Expansion Slot Retainer45................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Board Guide46................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Modules47................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Memory Module48................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Socket49................................................................................................................................................................
Processor And Heatsink With Cpu Fan Assembly50................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Levers From The Heatsink/cpu Fan Assembly51................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Processor52................................................................................................................................................................
System Board53................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply54................................................................................................................................................................
Battery55................................................................................................................................................................
Locating And Removing The Battery From The Scsi System Board56................................................................................................................................................................
Re-entering The Server Serial Number57................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools58................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools Utility Overview59................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information62................................................................................................................................................................
Connectors64................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi System Board Components65................................................................................................................................................................
Ata System Board Components66................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Connectors68................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Scsi Components69................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Ata Components70................................................................................................................................................................
Switches71................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Switch Default Settings72................................................................................................................................................................
System Id Switch Settings73................................................................................................................................................................
Leds74................................................................................................................................................................
Server Leds75................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds76................................................................................................................................................................
Network Controller Leds78................................................................................................................................................................
Physical And Operating Specifications79................................................................................................................................................................
Server Unit80................................................................................................................................................................
Memory81................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Cd-rom Drive82................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Hard Drives83................................................................................................................................................................
Wide Ultra3 Scsi Hard Drives84................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated 10/100/1000 Wake On Lan Network Interface Controller85................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Dual-channel Ultra Ata 100 Controller86................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Maintenance And Service Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Maintenance And Service Manual (73 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 2.8 MB
Table of contents
Audience Assumptions2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair5................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Only Warranty Service5................................................................................................................................................................
Illustrated Parts Catalog16................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Components16................................................................................................................................................................
System Components19................................................................................................................................................................
Removal And Replacement Procedures23................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools23................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Considerations23................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge23................................................................................................................................................................
Server Warnings And Cautions23................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Warnings24................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Procedures25................................................................................................................................................................
Power Down The Server25................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The Server From The Rack25................................................................................................................................................................
Unlock The Tower Bezel26................................................................................................................................................................
Access Panel26................................................................................................................................................................
System Fan Air Baffle26................................................................................................................................................................
System Fan Module And Fan Holder27................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Cage Fan And Baffle28................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Sas And Sata Hard Drives29................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Sas And Sata Hard Drive Cage30................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Sas Or Sata Backplane31................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drive32................................................................................................................................................................
Cd-rom/dvd-rom Drive33................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Power Supply34................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Power Supply Backplane Assembly34................................................................................................................................................................
Non-redundant Power Supply35................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm36................................................................................................................................................................
Heatsink37................................................................................................................................................................
Processor39................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Boards43................................................................................................................................................................
Power Button/led Board44................................................................................................................................................................
Battery45................................................................................................................................................................
System Board46................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling53................................................................................................................................................................
Sata Cabling53................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Cabling53................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools55................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Resources55................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics Survey Functionality55................................................................................................................................................................
Array Diagnostic Utility55................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Diagnostics56................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Log56................................................................................................................................................................
Rompaq Disaster Recovery56................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Rompaq Disaster Recovery56................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Rompaq Disaster Recovery57................................................................................................................................................................
Server Component Identification58................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components58................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Leds And Buttons59................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components59................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Leds61................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components62................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Switch63................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds64................................................................................................................................................................
System Leds And Internal Health Led Combinations65................................................................................................................................................................
Sas And Sata Device Numbers66................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Sata Or Sas Hard Drive Leds66................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Locations67................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications68................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications68................................................................................................................................................................
Server Specifications68................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations70................................................................................................................................................................
Index72................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs (39 pages)

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5 (G5)  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.87 MB
Table of contents
Standard Features4................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Options22................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications36................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs (36 pages)

HP ProLiant Generation 2 (G2)  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.43 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Implementation Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Implementation Manual (35 pages)

Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 on ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.47 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
System Roms And Option Roms For Microsoft Windows18................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Implementation30................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion33................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Hp Proliant Server Features34................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information35................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action35................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs (32 pages)

HP ProLiant Generation 3 (G3)  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.43 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs (29 pages)

Hewlett-Packard Desktop Computer Cabinet QuickSpecs  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.78 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Quickspecs (29 pages)

HP ProLiant Generation 4 (G4)  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.79 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Implementation Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Implementation Manual (26 pages)

Implementing Microsoft Windows Server 2008 on HP ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.36 MB
Table of contents
Abstract3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Windows Server3................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading From Windows Server 2003 To Windows Server19................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Servers With Windows Server23................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2008 Proliant Support Pack (psp)24................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action26................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Integration Notes

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Integration Notes (26 pages)

Implementing Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 on HP servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.43 MB
Table of contents
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Windows Server 20082................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Windows Server2................................................................................................................................................................
Server Core Installations3................................................................................................................................................................
What's New In Service Pack 23................................................................................................................................................................
What's New In Service Pack3................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Configurations4................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended System Configuration4................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Proliant Server Platforms5................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Integrity Server Platforms8................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Components For Proliant Servers9................................................................................................................................................................
Software Drivers9................................................................................................................................................................
Management Software9................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Options9................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Options12................................................................................................................................................................
Network Interface Controllers13................................................................................................................................................................
Ipmi And Ws-management14................................................................................................................................................................
Ipmi And Ws-management For Hp Proliant 100 Series Servers15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Ipmi Provider For Hp Bladesystem Servers And Proliant 300 And 500 Series Servers15................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Clustering15................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Requirements16................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Eva Host Connections16................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2008 Installation For 32-bit And 64-bit Editions On Proliant Servers17................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-installation Tasks17................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedure17................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Proliant Servers From Windows Server 2008 To Windows Server 2008 Service Pack218................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Proliant Support Pack18................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Psp Updates18................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Teaming Driver19................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Integrity Servers From Windows Server 200820................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Integrity Servers From Windows Server20................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A: Known Issues And Workarounds22................................................................................................................................................................
Known Issues And Workarounds With Hp Proliant Servers22................................................................................................................................................................
Known Issues And Workarounds With Integrity Servers23................................................................................................................................................................
Known Issues And Workarounds With The Proliant Support Pack24................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action26................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual (25 pages)

HP Factory-Installed Operating System Software for Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.95 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support5................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Contact Hp5................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information5................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair5................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Customer Support6................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Features7................................................................................................................................................................
Gathering Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Certificate Of Authenticity9................................................................................................................................................................
Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Before Installing The Operating System10................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Operating System10................................................................................................................................................................
Signed Drivers11................................................................................................................................................................
Found New Hardware Wizard11................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Configuration12................................................................................................................................................................
Post-installation Tasks13................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In To The Server13................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Administrator Password13................................................................................................................................................................
Altering Regional Settings13................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Lights-out Management Features14................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Disk Drives14................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Additional Page File15................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Tape Drives15................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Errors16................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The Server16................................................................................................................................................................
Network Protocols16................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Remote Access Server16................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Java Virtual Machine16................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hyper-v (for Windows 2008 64-bit Only)17................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Bitlocker Drive Encryption17................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Windows 2008 Operating System On Virtual Machines Using Hp Branded Media19................................................................................................................................................................
Post-installation Tasks For Hp Proliant 300 Series Servers Only20................................................................................................................................................................
Web-based Management Utility20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Hp Management Agents20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Network Teaming And Configuration Utility21................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Software Update Manager (hpsum)21................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Array Controllers21................................................................................................................................................................
Using Management Agents22................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Support End Point Device Enablement (rsp)22................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting23................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling The Operating System23................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations24................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p User Manual (24 pages)

HP Factory-Installed Operating System Software for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.92 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support5................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Contact Hp5................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information5................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair5................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Customer Support6................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Features7................................................................................................................................................................
Gathering Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Certificate Of Authenticity9................................................................................................................................................................
Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Completing The Operating System Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Signed Drivers11................................................................................................................................................................
Found New Hardware Wizard11................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Configuration11................................................................................................................................................................
X64 Multilingual Cd Installation12................................................................................................................................................................
Post-installation Tasks13................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In To The Server13................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Administrator Password13................................................................................................................................................................
Web-based Management Utility13................................................................................................................................................................
Altering Regional Settings14................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Hp Management Agents14................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Licensing Mode (standard Edition Only)15................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Licenses In Per-server Mode15................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Microsoft Internet Information Service15................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Additional Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 R2 Software16................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Lights-out Management Features16................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages17................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Array Controllers17................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Disk Drives17................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Network Teaming And Configuration Utility18................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Additional Page File18................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Tape Drives19................................................................................................................................................................
Medium Changer19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Client Printer Drivers20................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Errors20................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The Server20................................................................................................................................................................
Using Proliant Support Software20................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Network Protocols21................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Remote Access Server21................................................................................................................................................................
Using Management Agents21................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Java Virtual Machine21................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting22................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling The Operating System22................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations23................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Introduction Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Introduction Manual (22 pages)

The Intel processor roadmap for industry-standard servers technology brief, 10 edition  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.85 MB
Table of contents
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Intel Processor Architecture And Microarchitectures2................................................................................................................................................................
Hyper-pipeline And Clock Frequency5................................................................................................................................................................
Hyper-threading Technology7................................................................................................................................................................
Netburst Microarchitecture On 90nm Silicon Process Technology9................................................................................................................................................................
Sse3 Instructions10................................................................................................................................................................
Two-core Technology11................................................................................................................................................................
Processors12................................................................................................................................................................
Xeon Two-core Processors12................................................................................................................................................................
Intel Core™ Microarchitecture12................................................................................................................................................................
Xeon Four-core Processors13................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Memory Controller15................................................................................................................................................................
Intel Quickpath Technology16................................................................................................................................................................
Three-level Cache Hierarchy17................................................................................................................................................................
Intel Turbo Boost Technology18................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Power Management19................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Comparisons20................................................................................................................................................................
Tpc-c Performance20................................................................................................................................................................
Spec Performance20................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion21................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information22................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action22................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Overview

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Overview (20 pages)

Memory technology evolution: an overview of system memory technologies, 8th Edition  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.06 MB
Table of contents
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-111................................................................................................................................................................
Ddr-213................................................................................................................................................................
Ddr-314................................................................................................................................................................
Module Naming Convention And Peak Bandwidth14................................................................................................................................................................
Fully-buffered Dimms15................................................................................................................................................................
Fb-dimm Architecture16................................................................................................................................................................
Challenges17................................................................................................................................................................
Rambus Dram18................................................................................................................................................................
Importance Of Using Hp-certified Memory Modules In Proliant Servers19................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion19................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information20................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action20................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Introduction Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Introduction Manual (19 pages)

HP Insight Management Agents architecture for Windows servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 2.05 MB
Table of contents
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To The Insight Management Agents Architecture2................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Management Agents4................................................................................................................................................................
Foundation Agent4................................................................................................................................................................
Server Agent5................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Agent5................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Agent6................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Services7................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Snmp Agent Service7................................................................................................................................................................
Management Information Base7................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Snmp Security7................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Snmp Sets8................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Server And Delivering Snmp Traps8................................................................................................................................................................
The Hp Insight Event Notifier10................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Insight Agents Functionality10................................................................................................................................................................
Process Monitoring11................................................................................................................................................................
The System Management Homepage Framework13................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Homepage Web Server13................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Homepage14................................................................................................................................................................
Https, Single Sign-on, And Secure Task Execution15................................................................................................................................................................
Replicate Agent Settings Service15................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations When Installing And Configuring The Insight Agents16................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Insight Management Agents16................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Port Use With Insight Management Agents And Hp Sim16................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Data Collection Interval16................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Server Role17................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Support For Insight Management On Hp Proliant Servers18................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Management Wbem Providers18................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Proliant 100-series Servers18................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion18................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information19................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action19................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Troubleshooting Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Troubleshooting Manual (18 pages)

System Memory Troubleshooting Best Practices for HP ProLiant Servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.76 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Installation Instructions Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Installation Instructions Manual (15 pages)

Instructions for installing Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2 on HP ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.2 MB
Table of contents
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................................................................................................................................................................
Part 2: Installing Windows Sbs 2003 R8................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Technical White Paper

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Technical White Paper (12 pages)

HP Insight Diagnostics Online Edition Featuring Survey Utility and IML Viewer  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.31 MB
Table of contents
What Is The Insight Diagnostics Online Edition4................................................................................................................................................................
How Insight Diagnostics Online Edition Works4................................................................................................................................................................
Theory Of Operation5................................................................................................................................................................
Online Serviceability: Configuration Capture And Online Reporting7................................................................................................................................................................
Simplified Collection Process7................................................................................................................................................................
Automated Configuration History/audit Trail Reporting7................................................................................................................................................................
Integration With The Remote Insight Lights-out Edition7................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting And Updating Insight Diagnostics Online Edition Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing And Viewing Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing From A Browser9................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Requirements9................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing From System Management Homepage9................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing From Systems Insight Manager9................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In9................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Reports10................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring And Printing Survey Files10................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion10................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications11................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Implementation Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Implementation Manual (11 pages)

Implementing Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Foundation on HP ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.17 MB
Table of contents
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................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended System Configuration5................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Proliant Server Platforms6................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Windows Server 2008 Foundation Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-installation Tasks7................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Support Pack7................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Windows Server 2008 Foundation7................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information11................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action11................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Update Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Update Manual (9 pages)

ISS Technology Update  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.39 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Firmware Update

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Firmware Update (9 pages)

Regular Firmware Updates Essential for Optimal Performance and Functionality of HP ProLiant Servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.59 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Technology Brief

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Technology Brief (9 pages)

Visualization and Acceleration in HP ProLiant servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.2 MB
Table of contents
Abstract2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Visualization2................................................................................................................................................................
Graphics Processor Technology2................................................................................................................................................................
Visualization Application Areas3................................................................................................................................................................
Visualization Applications On Servers3................................................................................................................................................................
Acceleration3................................................................................................................................................................
Graphics Processing Units4................................................................................................................................................................
Field Programmable Gate Arrays4................................................................................................................................................................
Acceleration Application Areas5................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Visualization And Acceleration Products In Proliant Servers5................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Bandwidth And Mechanical Support5................................................................................................................................................................
Power And Cooling Support5................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Accelerator Program And Qualified Visualization And Acceleration Products7................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion9................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Call To Action9................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Frequently Asked Questions

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Frequently Asked Questions (4 pages)

ISS Technology Update Index  
Brand: HP | Category: Adapter | Size: 0.08 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Installation Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Installation Manual (2 pages)

ProLiant Essentials Foundation Pack Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.27 MB
HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Configuration Manual

HP ProLiant ML310 Generation 5p Configuration Manual (2 pages)

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

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