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HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Service Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Service Manual (177 pages)

User Service Guide, Third Edition - HP Integrity rx2620 Server  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 12.1 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document15................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience15................................................................................................................................................................
New And Changed Information In This Edition15................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Release Name And Release Identifier15................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History Details15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux 11i Releases15................................................................................................................................................................
Document Organization16................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions16................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents17................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp17................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Contact Hp17................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information18................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service18................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback18................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction19................................................................................................................................................................
Server Overview19................................................................................................................................................................
Server Dimensions19................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Rx2620 Server (front View)19................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Rx2620 Server (front View With Bezel Removed)19................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Rx2620 Server (rear View)19................................................................................................................................................................
Server Components20................................................................................................................................................................
Processor20................................................................................................................................................................
Memory20................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Riser20................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Core I/o20................................................................................................................................................................
External Core I/o20................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Unit21................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Manageability21................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Server Manageability Using The Integrated Lights Out Management Processor21................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drives21................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components21................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Sockets22................................................................................................................................................................
System Block Diagram22................................................................................................................................................................
Data Pathing22................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Bus23................................................................................................................................................................
Zx1 I/o And Memory Controller23................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Architecture24................................................................................................................................................................
Dimms24................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Block Diagram24................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Array Capacities24................................................................................................................................................................
Chip Spare Functionality25................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Presence Detect25................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Bus Interface25................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Dependent Hardware Controller25................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Serial Controller26................................................................................................................................................................
Field Programmable Gate Array26................................................................................................................................................................
Baseboard Management Controller26................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Controller27................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Interface27................................................................................................................................................................
Gb System Lans A And B27................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Connectors27................................................................................................................................................................
Data Pathing Information27................................................................................................................................................................
Controls, Ports, And Leds29................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel29................................................................................................................................................................
Front View29................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel29................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel Leds And Switches29................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Disk Drive Indicators30................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Disk Drive Led Indicators30................................................................................................................................................................
Power On/off Button30................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Leds31................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Removable Media Drive31................................................................................................................................................................
Dvd Leds31................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Led Definitions31................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Led Definitions31................................................................................................................................................................
Dvd Drive Led Definitions31................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel32................................................................................................................................................................
Rear View32................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Connectors And Switches32................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Gb A Connector33................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Gb B Connector33................................................................................................................................................................
Base-t Ethernet Gb Lan A Connector Leds33................................................................................................................................................................
Management Processor Lan Leds34................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Lan Leds34................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo Mp Lan Leds34................................................................................................................................................................
Base-t Ethernet Gb Lan B Connector Leds34................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Off And Powering On The Server37................................................................................................................................................................
Power States37................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Off The Server37................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Off The Server Using Ilo37................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Off The Server Manually37................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On The Server38................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On The Server Using Ilo38................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On The Server Manually38................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Components39................................................................................................................................................................
Esd Information39................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools39................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Component And Connector Locations39................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Physical Layout40................................................................................................................................................................
Component Locations40................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Connectors And Slots41................................................................................................................................................................
Connector Locations41................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing System Top Metal Cover And Bezels42................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-mount System42................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing A Rack Mounted Server42................................................................................................................................................................
Extending The Server From The Rack42................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting The Server Into The Rack43................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Top Metal Cover43................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Top Metal Cover43................................................................................................................................................................
Release The Rack Latches43................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Top Metal Cover44................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Top Metal Cover44................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Front Bezel45................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Front Bezel45................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Front Bezel45................................................................................................................................................................
Closing The Top Metal Cover45................................................................................................................................................................
Front Bezel Retaining Clip45................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Hot-swap And Hot-plug Devices46................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Server Fans46................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Server Fan46................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Fan 1a Or Fan 1b47................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Fan 247................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Fan 347................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Server Fan48................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Power Supply48................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Power Supply48................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Power Supply49................................................................................................................................................................
Releasing The Power Supply Retaining Clip49................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing An Internal Hard Drive50................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Hard Drive50................................................................................................................................................................
Unlocking And Releasing The Disk Drive51................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Hard Drive52................................................................................................................................................................
Releasing The Disk Drive52................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Disk Drive52................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Internal Components53................................................................................................................................................................
Memory And Processor Airflow Guides53................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Memory Airflow Guide53................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Memory Airflow Guide53................................................................................................................................................................
Airflow Guides Locations53................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Memory Airflow Guide54................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Processor Airflow Guide54................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Processor Airflow Guide54................................................................................................................................................................
Opening The Release Clip55................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Processor Airflow Guide56................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Front Airflow Guide56................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Memory Dimms57................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Dimm Sizes57................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Dimms58................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Slot Identification58................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Dimms59................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting Dimm Into Slot60................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Processor61................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Locations On Server62................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Location On System Board62................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Processor63................................................................................................................................................................
Unscrewing The Captive Screws64................................................................................................................................................................
Slide Sequencing Retainer Plate64................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Processor65................................................................................................................................................................
Unlocking The Processor Module Locking Mechanism65................................................................................................................................................................
Unlocked Zif Socket Lock66................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Alignment Pins66................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Slot Alignment Holes67................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Processor Module67................................................................................................................................................................
Locking The Processor Module In Place68................................................................................................................................................................
Sliding The Sequencing Retainer Plate68................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The System Battery69................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Notice69................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Battery69................................................................................................................................................................
Securing The Captive Screws69................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Battery70................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Pci Card Cage71................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Pci Card Cage71................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Pci Cage71................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Pci Card Cage72................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Pci Cage Cover72................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Pci Cards73................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Pci Card73................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Pci Or Graphics Card74................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Pci Slot Cover74................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Pci Card74................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Pci Backplane75................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Pci Backplane75................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Pci Backplane75................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Removable Media Drive76................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Removable Media Drive76................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Removable Media Drive77................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Mp Card77................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Mp Card77................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Removable Media Drive77................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Mp Blank78................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Mp Card79................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Mp Card Battery79................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Mp Card Battery79................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Mp Card Battery80................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Led Status Panel81................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Led Status Panel81................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Led Status Panel81................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The System Board82................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Board82................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Board Mounting Screws82................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Board83................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Board Mounting Screw83................................................................................................................................................................
Sliding The System Board Into The Chassis84................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The System Board Pci Connector84................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Rear Panel Mounting Screws85................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling The Power Connectors86................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Power Supply Interface Module87................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Power Supply Interface Module87................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cables And Holding Clips87................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Mounting Screw88................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Psi Interface Module88................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Power Supply Interface Module89................................................................................................................................................................
Securing The Power Supply Interface Module And Cables89................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Hard Drive Scsi Backplane90................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Hard Drive Scsi Backplane90................................................................................................................................................................
Opening The Fan Power Bridge90................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnecting Scsi Cables90................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Mounting Screws91................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Hard Drive Scsi Backplane92................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Backplane92................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Backplane From The Chassis92................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting95................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Tips95................................................................................................................................................................
Possible Issues95................................................................................................................................................................
The System Does Not Power-on95................................................................................................................................................................
The System Does Not Boot95................................................................................................................................................................
The System Has Intermittent Failures96................................................................................................................................................................
The System Led Or Diagnostic Leds Are Not On, And No Error Messages Appear96................................................................................................................................................................
The Server Powers Off But Does Not Restart97................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting And Fru Identification97................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Frus98................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Hard Drive Operation99................................................................................................................................................................
Led Apertures On Hard Drive99................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying And Diagnosing Hardware Issues100................................................................................................................................................................
Power And System Leds100................................................................................................................................................................
Systems With The Optional Management Processor Installed100................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo Mp Event Logs100................................................................................................................................................................
System Led States100................................................................................................................................................................
System Event Logs101................................................................................................................................................................
Systems Without An Ilo Management Processor103................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Leds103................................................................................................................................................................
Power And System Led States103................................................................................................................................................................
Warnings104................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Leds Fault And Warning Categories104................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown Warning105................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Warnings105................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Warnings105................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Warnings105................................................................................................................................................................
Faults106................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Warnings106................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Warnings106................................................................................................................................................................
Video Warnings106................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Warnings106................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown Faults106................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Faults106................................................................................................................................................................
Firmware Errors107................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Faults107................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Faults107................................................................................................................................................................
Processor Faults107................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface108................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface Menu108................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Example Using Cli108................................................................................................................................................................
Bmc Faults108................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Faults108................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Errors108................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Diagnostic Leds109................................................................................................................................................................
Stby, F/w, And Bmc Leds Locations109................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Lan Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Lan Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
Lan A Connector Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
Lan B Connector Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
Gb Lan A Connector Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
Gb Lan B Connector Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Management Processor Lan Leds111................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics111................................................................................................................................................................
Online Diagnostics And Exercisers111................................................................................................................................................................
Online Support Tool Availability112................................................................................................................................................................
Online Support Tools List112................................................................................................................................................................
Offline Diagnostics And Exercisers112................................................................................................................................................................
Offline Support Tool Availability112................................................................................................................................................................
Offline Support Tools List112................................................................................................................................................................
General Diagnostic Tools113................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Management Overview113................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Fault Management113................................................................................................................................................................
General Diagnostic Tools List113................................................................................................................................................................
Wbem Indication Providers And Ems Hardware Monitors114................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Cleaning Procedures114................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Get Help114................................................................................................................................................................
Information To Collect Before You Contact Support114................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning114................................................................................................................................................................
Online Support115................................................................................................................................................................
Phone Support115................................................................................................................................................................
A Parts Information117................................................................................................................................................................
Field Replaceable Parts View117................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Identification117................................................................................................................................................................
Field Replaceable Parts List118................................................................................................................................................................
Tower Parts118................................................................................................................................................................
Parts List118................................................................................................................................................................
B Booting The Operating System125................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems Supported On Hp Integrity Servers125................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring System Boot Options125................................................................................................................................................................
Booting And Shutting Down Hp-ux126................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Hp-ux To The Boot Options List126................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Hp-ux Boot Option126................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Hp-ux Booting127................................................................................................................................................................
Single-user Mode Hp-ux Booting128................................................................................................................................................................
Booting Hp-ux In Single-user Mode (efi Shell)129................................................................................................................................................................
Lvm Maintenance Mode Hp-ux Booting130................................................................................................................................................................
Booting Hp-ux In Lvm-maintenance Mode (efi Shell)130................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down Hp-ux130................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down Hp-ux (/sbin/shutdown Command)130................................................................................................................................................................
Booting And Shutting Down Hp Openvms131................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Hp Openvms To The Boot Options List131................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Hp Openvms Boot Option131................................................................................................................................................................
Booting Hp Openvms132................................................................................................................................................................
Booting Hp Openvms (efi Boot Manager)132................................................................................................................................................................
Booting Hp Openvms (efi Shell)132................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down Hp Openvms133................................................................................................................................................................
Booting And Shutting Down Microsoft Windows134................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Microsoft Windows To The Boot Options List134................................................................................................................................................................
Booting The Microsoft Windows Operating System135................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down Microsoft Windows136................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Shutdown From The Command Line137................................................................................................................................................................
Booting And Shutting Down Linux137................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Linux To The Boot Options List137................................................................................................................................................................
Booting The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Operating System138................................................................................................................................................................
Booting Red Hat Enterprise Linux From The Efi Shell139................................................................................................................................................................
Booting The Suse Linux Enterprise Server Operating System139................................................................................................................................................................
Booting Suse Linux Enterprise Server From The Efi Shell140................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down Linux140................................................................................................................................................................
C Utilities141................................................................................................................................................................
Extensible Firmware Interface Boot Manager141................................................................................................................................................................
Efi Boot Sequence141................................................................................................................................................................
C-1 Efi Boot Sequence141................................................................................................................................................................
Efi Commands142................................................................................................................................................................
Efi/posse Commands144................................................................................................................................................................
Help144................................................................................................................................................................
Syntax144................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters144................................................................................................................................................................
Operation144................................................................................................................................................................
Baud147................................................................................................................................................................
Boottest148................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Parameters148................................................................................................................................................................
C-2 Communications Parameters148................................................................................................................................................................
Cpuconfig149................................................................................................................................................................
Ioconfig150................................................................................................................................................................
Conconfig151................................................................................................................................................................
Notes151................................................................................................................................................................
Default152................................................................................................................................................................
Errdump153................................................................................................................................................................
Info153................................................................................................................................................................
Lanaddress159................................................................................................................................................................
Monarch160................................................................................................................................................................
Pdt160................................................................................................................................................................
Sysmode161................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Scsi Parameters162................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Scsi Setup Utility162................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Boot Option Maintenance Menu167................................................................................................................................................................
Paths167................................................................................................................................................................
Boot From File167................................................................................................................................................................
Server Sockets167................................................................................................................................................................
Server Drives167................................................................................................................................................................
C-3 Server Sockets167................................................................................................................................................................
C-4 Server Drives167................................................................................................................................................................
Add A Boot Option168................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Boot Entry168................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Boot Options168................................................................................................................................................................
Change Boot Order169................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Bootnext Setting169................................................................................................................................................................
Set Autoboot Timeout170................................................................................................................................................................
Select Active Console Output Devices170................................................................................................................................................................
Select Active Console Input Devices171................................................................................................................................................................
Console Output Devices171................................................................................................................................................................
Select Active Standard Error Devices172................................................................................................................................................................
Using The System Configuration Menu172................................................................................................................................................................
Security/password Menu172................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Passwords172................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced System Information172................................................................................................................................................................
Set System Time172................................................................................................................................................................
Set System Date172................................................................................................................................................................
Set User Interface172................................................................................................................................................................
Set System Wake-on Lan173................................................................................................................................................................
Set System Defaults173................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo Mp173................................................................................................................................................................
Index175................................................................................................................................................................

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HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Manual (122 pages)

Windows Integrity nPartition Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.23 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction11................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Start11................................................................................................................................................................
System Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Getting To Know Npartitions12................................................................................................................................................................
Partitioning Continuum12................................................................................................................................................................
Cell Structure Of Npartitions12................................................................................................................................................................
Properties Of Npartitions13................................................................................................................................................................
Cell And Npartition Boot Process14................................................................................................................................................................
Cell Boot Phase14................................................................................................................................................................
Npartition Boot Phase15................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing A Management Tool15................................................................................................................................................................
Management Interface Options16................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Platform Management Interface (ipmi)16................................................................................................................................................................
Ipmi Block Transfer (ipmi Bt)16................................................................................................................................................................
Ipmi Over Lan16................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Npartitions Using Ipmi Over Lan17................................................................................................................................................................
Running Partition Manager Using Ipmi Over Lan17................................................................................................................................................................
Running Npartition Commands Using Ipmi Over Lan18................................................................................................................................................................
Web-based Enterprise Management (wbem)18................................................................................................................................................................
Securing The Wbem Connection18................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Npartitions Using Wbem19................................................................................................................................................................
Running Partition Manager Using Wbem19................................................................................................................................................................
Running Npartition Commands Using Wbem19................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing A Management Mode19................................................................................................................................................................
Local Management20................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Management Using Ipmi20................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Management Using Wbem21................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication And Authorization Issues21................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Management Station22................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Management Station Remotely23................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Control23................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Services23................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Desktop23................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet23................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Npartition Management Tasks24................................................................................................................................................................
Listing The Status Of An Npartition Or Complex24................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Partition Manager24................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Npartition Commands24................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Management Processor Command Menu25................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Efi Shell25................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Npartitions25................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The First Npartition In A Server Complex25................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Genesis Partition For A Server Complex25................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Additional Npartitions In A Server Complex25................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Npartitions26................................................................................................................................................................
Booting And Resetting Npartitions27................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Mp Command Menu28................................................................................................................................................................
Using Microsoft Windows Commands28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Npartition Management Utilities31................................................................................................................................................................
Npartition Commands31................................................................................................................................................................
Install Npartition Commands Bundle From The Smart Setup Media31................................................................................................................................................................
Partition Manager32................................................................................................................................................................
Install The Partition Manager Bundle From The Smart Setup Media32................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Installation33................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Npartition Commands33................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Partition Manager33................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Installation Issues34................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring For Secure Wbem Communications34................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Service Packs Later (after Installation)35................................................................................................................................................................
Using Partition Manager37................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Partition Manager37................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Partition Manager Gui37................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Actions Menu38................................................................................................................................................................
Partition Manager (hardware Tab)38................................................................................................................................................................
Actions Menu (npartitions Submenu Expanded)39................................................................................................................................................................
Actions Menu (npartition > Modify Npartition, General Tab)39................................................................................................................................................................
Determining The Status Of A Device41................................................................................................................................................................
Actions Menu (npartition > Modify Npartition, Add/remove Cells > Cells > General Tab)41................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Status Icons And Legend41................................................................................................................................................................
Using Other Tools To Manage Npartitions43................................................................................................................................................................
Complex-level Tasks43................................................................................................................................................................
Rename A Server Complex43................................................................................................................................................................
Unlock Complex Profile Entries44................................................................................................................................................................
Cancel Pending Changes To The Complex Profile45................................................................................................................................................................
List Product And Serial Numbers45................................................................................................................................................................
Npartition-level Tasks45................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Configuration Options For Npartition Systems45................................................................................................................................................................
Find Bootable Devices47................................................................................................................................................................
List Npartition Configurations47................................................................................................................................................................
List The Local (current) Npartition Number47................................................................................................................................................................
List Memory Configurations48................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Boot Paths And Options48................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Autoboot Options50................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Boot-time System Tests51................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Windows Server 200352................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Over A Network53................................................................................................................................................................
Shut Down Windows Server 200355................................................................................................................................................................
Reboot And Reset56................................................................................................................................................................
Reboot For Reconfiguration58................................................................................................................................................................
Shut Down To A Shutdown For Reconfig (inactive) State59................................................................................................................................................................
Boot An Inactive Npartition61................................................................................................................................................................
Perform A Transfer Of Control Reset62................................................................................................................................................................
Create A Genesis Partition63................................................................................................................................................................
Create A New Npartition65................................................................................................................................................................
Remove (delete) An Npartition67................................................................................................................................................................
Add Cells To An Npartition70................................................................................................................................................................
Set Core Cell Choices71................................................................................................................................................................
Rename An Npartition72................................................................................................................................................................
Cell-level Tasks73................................................................................................................................................................
List Processor Configurations73................................................................................................................................................................
List Cell Configurations74................................................................................................................................................................
Unassign (remove) Cells From An Npartition74................................................................................................................................................................
Set Cell Attributes76................................................................................................................................................................
Power-, Status-, And Hardware-level Tasks78................................................................................................................................................................
List Input/output (i/o) Configurations78................................................................................................................................................................
List Cabinets In A Server Complex79................................................................................................................................................................
List Power Status And Power Supplies79................................................................................................................................................................
List Fan And Blower Status80................................................................................................................................................................
Turn Attention Indicators (leds) On And Off80................................................................................................................................................................
Power Server Cabinets On And Off82................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cells And I/o Chassis On And Off84................................................................................................................................................................
Configure And Deconfigure Cells85................................................................................................................................................................
Configure And Deconfigure Processors (cpus)86................................................................................................................................................................
Configure And Deconfigure Memory (dimms)87................................................................................................................................................................
Npartition Commands Reference89................................................................................................................................................................
Parcreate89................................................................................................................................................................
Parmodify92................................................................................................................................................................
Parremove95................................................................................................................................................................
Parstatus96................................................................................................................................................................
Parunlock99................................................................................................................................................................
Fruled100................................................................................................................................................................
Frupower102................................................................................................................................................................
Cplxmodify104................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting107................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Problems107................................................................................................................................................................
Services (wmi Mapper + Npartition Provider) Fail To Start During Installation107................................................................................................................................................................
Npartition Provider Fails To Start During Installation107................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Component Installation And Operation107................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Wmi Mapper Installation107................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Wmi Mapper Service With Http Connection108................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Wmi Mapper Service With Https Connection109................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Wmi Npartition Provider Registration109................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Wmi Npartition Provider Operation111................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Problems111................................................................................................................................................................
All Commands: Ordinal Not Found111................................................................................................................................................................
All Commands: Required Data Unavailable Or Locked111................................................................................................................................................................
Fruled: Led Error Messages (mid-range Servers Only)112................................................................................................................................................................
Frupower: Cannot Power Off Error112................................................................................................................................................................
Parcreate And Parmodify: Cell Local Memory Warnings112................................................................................................................................................................
Parcreate, Parmodify, And Parremove: Failure To Update Stable Complex Configuration Data (sccd)112................................................................................................................................................................
Parremove: Shutdown And Reset Instructions113................................................................................................................................................................
Parstatus -c -v: Apparent Incorrect Output113................................................................................................................................................................
Parstatus -p -v: Apparent Incorrect Output114................................................................................................................................................................
Parstatus: Local Partition Error114................................................................................................................................................................
Parstatus: Unable To Get Read Lock Error114................................................................................................................................................................
Using Wmiop.exe To Pinpoint Problems114................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages And Corrective Actions115................................................................................................................................................................
Npartition Commands Messages115................................................................................................................................................................
Application Event Log Messages117................................................................................................................................................................
Index121................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual (110 pages)

HP ProLiant Server Management Packs for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 7.37 MB
Table of contents
Intended Audience2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide5................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction5................................................................................................................................................................
Features5................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits6................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Manager 2007 Platform Support6................................................................................................................................................................
Product Architecture7................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Server Management Packs Elements8................................................................................................................................................................
Wmi Management And Planning9................................................................................................................................................................
Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Overview10................................................................................................................................................................
Preinstallation Checklist11................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Hp Proliant Server Management Packs For Operations Manager 2007 (x86 Or X64 Editions)12................................................................................................................................................................
After Installing The Hp Proliant Server Management Packs For Operations Manager 200718................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling The Hp Proliant Server Management Packs For Operations Manager 200719................................................................................................................................................................
Overriding Hp Proliant Server Management Setting For Snmp And Wmi Management Preference23................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Single Server23................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring All Servers25................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Software28................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp Proliant Server Management Packs For Operations Manager 200728................................................................................................................................................................
Classes28................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Manager28................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Servers Core Library Classes30................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Servers Base Classes32................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Servers Snmp Classes35................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Servers Wmi Classes36................................................................................................................................................................
Views37................................................................................................................................................................
Active Alerts View37................................................................................................................................................................
Computers View40................................................................................................................................................................
Group State View41................................................................................................................................................................
Health Collection State View42................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Management Servers View42................................................................................................................................................................
Server Diagram View43................................................................................................................................................................
Server State View45................................................................................................................................................................
Health Explorer46................................................................................................................................................................
Task Status View53................................................................................................................................................................
Wmi View53................................................................................................................................................................
Discovering Hp Servers53................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Core Management Pack Discovery Rule53................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Base Management Pack Discovery Rules54................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Snmp Management Pack Discovery Rules56................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Wmi Management Pack Discovery Rules57................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Servers Discoveries57................................................................................................................................................................
Event Processing Rules57................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks For Hp Proliant Servers60................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Custom Data Manager61................................................................................................................................................................
Hp System Management Homepage Task66................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager Task68................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Hp Systems Insight Manager Task68................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Desktop And Computer Management Tasks73................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Integrated Management Log Task73................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrated Lights-out Task76................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Servers Wmi Management Pack Tasks77................................................................................................................................................................
Monitors77................................................................................................................................................................
Overriding Individual Monitors85................................................................................................................................................................
Security Settings For Hp Tasks91................................................................................................................................................................
Event Rules For Hp Proliant Servers (snmp)93................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Base Hardware Events93................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Environmental Hardware Events94................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Remote Management Processor Events95................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Cluster Hardware Events95................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Network Interface Events95................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Server Storage Events96................................................................................................................................................................
Event Rules For Hp Proliant Servers (wmi)99................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Memory Events99................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Processor Events99................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Sensor Events99................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant System Events99................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Ethernet Events100................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Smart Array Events100................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Sas Events101................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Scsi Events101................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Fibre Channel Events101................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support103................................................................................................................................................................
Additional References103................................................................................................................................................................
Before Contacting Hp Support103................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support Contact Information For The Free Downloads Of Hp Proliant Server Management Packs For Operations Manager 2007104................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support And Update Service For The Hp Insight Control Suite For Microsoft System Center104................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information105................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations106................................................................................................................................................................
Index108................................................................................................................................................................

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Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction9................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract9................................................................................................................................................................
How To Read This Document9................................................................................................................................................................
Section Layout9................................................................................................................................................................
An Executive Overview Of Teaming11................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming11................................................................................................................................................................
The Goals Of Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming11................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Tolerance: Self-healing Network Connectivity11................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing: Raid 5 For Server Network Adapters12................................................................................................................................................................
Why Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming13................................................................................................................................................................
Teaming Fundamentals For The First-time User15................................................................................................................................................................
A Technical Overview Of Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming15................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Tolerance: Dual Homing Or Network Adapter Teaming15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming15................................................................................................................................................................
Using Multi-homing For Server Network Redundancy16................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing: Server-based Routing Protocol Or Nic Teaming17................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Team Types17................................................................................................................................................................
Using Nic Teaming For Server Network Redundancy17................................................................................................................................................................
Network Fault Tolerance Only (nft)18................................................................................................................................................................
Network Fault Tolerance Only With Preference Order18................................................................................................................................................................
Teaming Types And Functionality18................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit Load Balancing With Fault Tolerance (tlb)19................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit Load Balancing With Fault Tolerance And Preference Order19................................................................................................................................................................
Switch-assisted Load Balancing With Fault Tolerance (slb)19................................................................................................................................................................
802.3ad Dynamic With Fault Tolerance19................................................................................................................................................................
Switch-assisted Dual Channel Load Balancing19................................................................................................................................................................
802.3ad Dynamic Dual Channel Load Balancing20................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic20................................................................................................................................................................
How To Choose The Best Team Type20................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Teaming Versus Advanced Teaming22................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Versus Advanced Teaming Features22................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Deployment Steps For Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming23................................................................................................................................................................
Download23................................................................................................................................................................
Install23................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel Capabilities Comparison23................................................................................................................................................................
Launch24................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Hp Network Configuration Utility24................................................................................................................................................................
Ncu Main Page24................................................................................................................................................................
Primary Actions From The Ncu Main Page24................................................................................................................................................................
Team Properties Page25................................................................................................................................................................
Team Properties Page Tabs25................................................................................................................................................................
Adapter Properties Page25................................................................................................................................................................
Adapter Properties Page Tabs25................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started26................................................................................................................................................................
Example Deployment Of Basic Teaming26................................................................................................................................................................
Example Deployment Of Advanced Teaming26................................................................................................................................................................
The Mechanics Of Teaming For The Advanced User29................................................................................................................................................................
Section Objectives And Prerequisites29................................................................................................................................................................
Architecture Of Hp Integrity Networking Adapter Teaming29................................................................................................................................................................
The "networking Layers" Of An Operating System29................................................................................................................................................................
Teaming Software Components30................................................................................................................................................................
Network Adapter Miniport Driver30................................................................................................................................................................
Teaming Intermediate Driver30................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Network Configuration Utility30................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Teaming And Layer 2 Versus Layer 3 Addresses30................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teams31................................................................................................................................................................
Network Addressing And Communication With Nft32................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 4-a: A Device Pings An Nft Team On The Same Layer 2 Network32................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Nft Communication32................................................................................................................................................................
Nft Redundancy Mechanisms34................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Redundancy Mechanisms34................................................................................................................................................................
Team Properties Page - Settings Tab Containing The Heartbeat Settings35................................................................................................................................................................
Heartbeat Frame Format36................................................................................................................................................................
Q Tagged Heartbeat Frame Format36................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Redundancy Mechanisms37................................................................................................................................................................
Upstream Link Failures Cause Server Isolation38................................................................................................................................................................
Directed Arp Echo Node Probe Request Frame Format40................................................................................................................................................................
Directed Arp Echo Node Probe Reply Frame Format40................................................................................................................................................................
Community Address Arp Echo Node Probe Request Frame Format43................................................................................................................................................................
Community Address Arp Echo Node Probe Reply Frame Format43................................................................................................................................................................
Active Path Failover Configuration: Directed Arp46................................................................................................................................................................
Active Path Failover Configuration: Community Address Arp47................................................................................................................................................................
Upstream Link Failures Cause Server Receive Bandwidth Bottleneck50................................................................................................................................................................
Upstream Link Failures Add Extra Hop For Server Receive Traffic50................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Path Operation Overview52................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Path Configuration And Monitoring53................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Mechanism Priority54................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Mechanism Comparison Chart54................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Events55................................................................................................................................................................
Nft Network Adapter Failure Recovery56................................................................................................................................................................
Nft Applications56................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Configurations For Nft Environments57................................................................................................................................................................
Nft With Preference Order Applications57................................................................................................................................................................
Network Addressing And Communication With Tlb58................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 4-b: A Device Pings A Tlb Team On The Same Layer 2 Network58................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Tlb Communication58................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit Load Balancing Methods (algorithms)60................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Automatic Method61................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit Load Balancing Method Configuration61................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit Load Balancing Method Comparison61................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Tcp Connection Method62................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Destination Ip Address Method62................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Based On Destination Ip Address (two- And Three-port Teams)62................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Based On Destination Ip Address (four- And Five-port Teams)62................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Destination Mac Address Method64................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 4-c: Tlb Team Using Ip Address For Load Balancing Algorithm64................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Based On Destination Mac Address (two- And Three-port Teams)64................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Based On Destination Mac Address (four- And Five-port Teams)65................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Round Robin Method For Outbound Load Balancing66................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 4-d: Tlb Team Using Mac Address For Load-balancing Algorithm66................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Redundancy Mechanisms67................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Network Adapter Failure Recovery67................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Applications67................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Configurations For Tlb Environments67................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit Load Balancing With Fault Tolerance And Preference Order Applications68................................................................................................................................................................
Network Addressing And Communication With Slb69................................................................................................................................................................
Slb Outbound Load-balancing Algorithms69................................................................................................................................................................
Slb Inbound Load-balancing Algorithm69................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Slb Communication69................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Etherchannel70................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Load-balancing Algorithms #170................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Load-balancing Algorithms #270................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Vendor Port Trunking Technology Supported By Slb71................................................................................................................................................................
Slb Redundancy Mechanisms72................................................................................................................................................................
Slb Network Adapter Failure Recovery72................................................................................................................................................................
Slb Applications72................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Configurations For Slb Environments72................................................................................................................................................................
Tlb Does Not Provide Receive Load Balancing74................................................................................................................................................................
Slb Does Not Provide Switch Redundancy74................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel & Dynamic Dual Channel Provide Full Load Balancing And Switch Redundancy75................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel/dynamic Dual Channel Capabilities Comparison To Other Team Types75................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel Configuration76................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Dual Channel Communication76................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel Transmit Balancing Algorithm77................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel Receive Load-balancing Algorithm77................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Load Balancing On A Per-port Trunk Basis77................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Load Balancing On Multiple Trunks77................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel Redundancy Mechanisms78................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel Network Adapter Failure Recovery78................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Channel Applications78................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Configurations For Dual Channel Environments78................................................................................................................................................................
802.3ad Dynamic Dual Channel Configuration79................................................................................................................................................................
Team Types And Redundancy Mechanisms Interoperation80................................................................................................................................................................
Team Type And Redundancy Mechanisms Compatibility Chart80................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanism Priority80................................................................................................................................................................
Team Type And Redundancy Mechanism Compatibility80................................................................................................................................................................
Active Path And Fast Path Disagree On Primary Teamed Port81................................................................................................................................................................
Team Status And Icons82................................................................................................................................................................
Network Adapter Teamed Status82................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanisms Priority Configuration: Fast Path Prioritized Higher Than Active Path82................................................................................................................................................................
Teamed Port Information Tab83................................................................................................................................................................
Team State84................................................................................................................................................................
Team Icons84................................................................................................................................................................
Team State Icons84................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming And Advanced Networking Features85................................................................................................................................................................
Checksum Offloading85................................................................................................................................................................
802.1p Qos Tagging85................................................................................................................................................................
Large Send Offload (lso)85................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Frame Size (jumbo Frames)85................................................................................................................................................................
Q Virtual Local Area Networks (vlan)86................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Tagging Used With Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming86................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming Configuration And Deployment With Integrity Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack (rdp)87................................................................................................................................................................
Teaming Feature Matrix89................................................................................................................................................................
A - Overview Of Network Addressing And Communication91................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Versus Layer 391................................................................................................................................................................
Address - Unicast Versus Broadcast Versus Multicast91................................................................................................................................................................
Example Scenarios Of Network Addressing And Communication91................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario A-1: One Device Pings Another On The Same Layer 2 Network92................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario A-2: One Device Pings Another On A Different Layer 2 Network93................................................................................................................................................................
B - Frequently Asked Questions97................................................................................................................................................................
C - Overview Of Utilities Included With Hp Integrity Network Adapter Teaming101................................................................................................................................................................
D - Glossary103................................................................................................................................................................
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Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document9................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience9................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History9................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions9................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents10................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh Documentation10................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments10................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction11................................................................................................................................................................
Product Features11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim11................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Management Tools11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux System Administration Manager (sam) Deprecation11................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Operating Systems12................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Browsers13................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Hp Smh Software14................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Media14................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites14................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started15................................................................................................................................................................
Signing In15................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Hp System Management Homepage (hp Smh) From Internet Explorer16................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Hp Smh From Mozilla Or Firefox17................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Hp Smh From Hp Sim18................................................................................................................................................................
Starting From The Hp-ux Command Line18................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh Management Server18................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Firewall Settings19................................................................................................................................................................
Windows19................................................................................................................................................................
Linux19................................................................................................................................................................
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 And 519................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Exceptions19................................................................................................................................................................
Suse Linux Enterprise Server20................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Timeout Settings For Hp-ux21................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Smh Service Timeout21................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Smh Session Timeout21................................................................................................................................................................
Automatically Importing Certificates22................................................................................................................................................................
Signing Out22................................................................................................................................................................
Scenarios25................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Binding25................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Restricted Login25................................................................................................................................................................
Local Server Certificate25................................................................................................................................................................
Port 230125................................................................................................................................................................
Kerberos Authentication25................................................................................................................................................................
User Groups25................................................................................................................................................................
Alternative Names25................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating The Software27................................................................................................................................................................
Information Areas28................................................................................................................................................................
Icon View30................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icons30................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh32................................................................................................................................................................
The Home Page33................................................................................................................................................................
Overall Status Summary33................................................................................................................................................................
System Status33................................................................................................................................................................
Default Hp-ux Property Pages33................................................................................................................................................................
System33................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System34................................................................................................................................................................
Network34................................................................................................................................................................
Software34................................................................................................................................................................
Storage34................................................................................................................................................................
Sysmgmtplus34................................................................................................................................................................
The Settings Page35................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Webagent Box35................................................................................................................................................................
Smh Data Source Category35................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Configuration Category35................................................................................................................................................................
Ui Options Category35................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Homepage Box36................................................................................................................................................................
Ui Properties Category36................................................................................................................................................................
User Preferences Category37................................................................................................................................................................
Security38................................................................................................................................................................
Anonymous/local Access Category38................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Binding Category40................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Restricted Login Category41................................................................................................................................................................
Local Server Certificate Category42................................................................................................................................................................
Port 2301 Category43................................................................................................................................................................
Timeouts Category44................................................................................................................................................................
Session Timeout45................................................................................................................................................................
Ui Timeout45................................................................................................................................................................
Timeout Settings45................................................................................................................................................................
Trust Mode Category46................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Trust Mode49................................................................................................................................................................
Trusted Management Servers Category50................................................................................................................................................................
Kerberos Authentication Category53................................................................................................................................................................
Kerberos Authentication Procedure53................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh Kerberos Authentication54................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages54................................................................................................................................................................
Kerberos Administrator55................................................................................................................................................................
Kerberos Operator55................................................................................................................................................................
Kerberos User55................................................................................................................................................................
User Groups Category56................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Group57................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Group58................................................................................................................................................................
User Group58................................................................................................................................................................
Alternative Names Certificates59................................................................................................................................................................
Menus (hp-ux Only)59................................................................................................................................................................
Add Custom Menu (hp-ux Only)59................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Custom Menu (hp-ux Only)60................................................................................................................................................................
The Tasks Page61................................................................................................................................................................
System (hp-ux Only)61................................................................................................................................................................
The Tools Page (hp-ux Only)63................................................................................................................................................................
The Logs Page65................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Homepage Log65................................................................................................................................................................
Sam Log65................................................................................................................................................................
Httpd Error Log65................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Languages66................................................................................................................................................................
Locale Names Of Supported Languages66................................................................................................................................................................
Suffixes Of Supported Languages67................................................................................................................................................................
10 The Installed Webapps Page69................................................................................................................................................................
1 The Support Page71................................................................................................................................................................
The Help Page71................................................................................................................................................................
Search Form72................................................................................................................................................................
Credits72................................................................................................................................................................
12 Command Line Interface Configuration73................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface Configuration (windows And Linux Only)73................................................................................................................................................................
Anonymous Access73................................................................................................................................................................
Local Access73................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Restricted Logins73................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Arguments73................................................................................................................................................................
Trust Modes74................................................................................................................................................................
Restart Service75................................................................................................................................................................
Reject Program Admin Login75................................................................................................................................................................
Win32disableacceptex75................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Ssl V275................................................................................................................................................................
Log Rotations75................................................................................................................................................................
Rotate Log Size75................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Number Of Threads Allowed75................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Number Of Sessions75................................................................................................................................................................
Log Level76................................................................................................................................................................
Multihomed Certificate Alternative Names List76................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Ui76................................................................................................................................................................
Box Order77................................................................................................................................................................
Box Item Order77................................................................................................................................................................
Help Message78................................................................................................................................................................
File Based Command Line Interface78................................................................................................................................................................
13 Troubleshooting79................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Problems80................................................................................................................................................................
Other Problems85................................................................................................................................................................
Support86................................................................................................................................................................
Service And Support86................................................................................................................................................................
File Locations89................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh File Locations89................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary91................................................................................................................................................................
Index97................................................................................................................................................................
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Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document11................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience11................................................................................................................................................................
New And Changed Information In This Edition11................................................................................................................................................................
Document Organization11................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions11................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information12................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History13................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments13................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For The Installation15................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Installation Method15................................................................................................................................................................
Ensuring Platform Compatibility16................................................................................................................................................................
Check Hardware Compatibility16................................................................................................................................................................
Back Up Existing Data17................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Installation Environment17................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Matrix17................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing The Installation Media18................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Microsoft Os Media18................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp Reinstallation Media18................................................................................................................................................................
Locating The Microsoft Certificate Of Authenticity18................................................................................................................................................................
Locating The Microsoft Coa19................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Console22................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up A Headless Console22................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up The Headless Console Using A Null Modem Cable22................................................................................................................................................................
Headless Console Configurations22................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up The Headless Console Using A Lan23................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up The Headless Console Using A Remote Serial Console (rx2660, Rx3600, Rx6600, Bl860c, And Bl870c Only)23................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up A Gui Console23................................................................................................................................................................
Gui Console Configuration24................................................................................................................................................................
Graphics Support On Server Models24................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up An Integrated Remote Console (rx2660, Rx3600, Rx6600, Bl860c, And Bl870c Only)25................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up A Virtual Media (vmedia) Drive25................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Pxe/ris26................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up A Ris Server27................................................................................................................................................................
Pxe/ris Configuration27................................................................................................................................................................
Install Ris28................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Ris28................................................................................................................................................................
Authorize A Ris Server In Active Directory29................................................................................................................................................................
Use The Client Installation Wizard29................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Server Hardware30................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up The Boot Drive30................................................................................................................................................................
Boot To Efi30................................................................................................................................................................
Locate The Dvd/cd Drive31................................................................................................................................................................
Efi Device Mapping Fields31................................................................................................................................................................
Set Acpi Flag To Windows (cell-based Servers Only)32................................................................................................................................................................
Set Cell Local Memory To 100% (cell-based Servers Only)32................................................................................................................................................................
Specify Nic For A Network Boot32................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Os35................................................................................................................................................................
Installing From A Headless Console35................................................................................................................................................................
Run Ebsu36................................................................................................................................................................
Enter Ebsu36................................................................................................................................................................
Select Express Setup36................................................................................................................................................................
Update Firmware37................................................................................................................................................................
Partition Disk37................................................................................................................................................................
Run Windows Setup38................................................................................................................................................................
Install Diagnostic Tools38................................................................................................................................................................
Insert The Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Cd38................................................................................................................................................................
Enter The Product Key39................................................................................................................................................................
Installing From A Gui Console39................................................................................................................................................................
Specify Server Settings42................................................................................................................................................................
Installing From Pxe43................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling From A Headless Console43................................................................................................................................................................
Integrity Servers Supporting Pxe/ris Installations43................................................................................................................................................................
Load The System Image44................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling From A Gui Console46................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Os Updates47................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Windows Components48................................................................................................................................................................
Install Tcp/ip48................................................................................................................................................................
Install Snmp48................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Snmp49................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ip Addresses From A Headless Console49................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up And Run A Remote Desktop Connection49................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Firmware, Drivers, And Software50................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Greater Than 256 Interrupts (cell-based Servers Only)50................................................................................................................................................................
Update Device Drivers51................................................................................................................................................................
Install The Integrity Support Pack (isp)52................................................................................................................................................................
Install Updates From The Web53................................................................................................................................................................
Register For Hp Support Notifications53................................................................................................................................................................
Register For Microsoft Security Notifications53................................................................................................................................................................
Register For Microsoft Windows Update53................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Installation Issues53................................................................................................................................................................
Using Integrated Remote Console To Install Windows On Rx2660, Rx3600, Rx6600, Bl860c, And Bl870c Servers53................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Windows Guest On An Hp Integrity Virtual Machine Host54................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Hyperthreading On Hp Integrity Servers55................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Hyperthreading Using Efi55................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Hyperthreading Using Partition Manager56................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Hyperthreading In The Partition Manager56................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Management Tools57................................................................................................................................................................
Installing System Management Homepage57................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Smh After Support Pack Installation57................................................................................................................................................................
Install Smh Separately57................................................................................................................................................................
Hp System Management Homepage For Windows57................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing Smh59................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Management Agents59................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Management Agents After Support Pack Installation60................................................................................................................................................................
Install Management Agents From Smart Setup Media60................................................................................................................................................................
Activating And Configuring Agents60................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Agents60................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Management Agents For Windows Server 2003 On Itanium-based Systems60................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Event Notifier61................................................................................................................................................................
Services Tab Screen61................................................................................................................................................................
Welcome Message61................................................................................................................................................................
Mail (smtp) Server Information62................................................................................................................................................................
Event Recipients Information62................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New User62................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Agent Snmp Data Collection Interval63................................................................................................................................................................
Event Selection Window63................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Server Processes64................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Settings Tab64................................................................................................................................................................
Process Monitor Tab64................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Snmp Traps To Management Applications Via Ip65................................................................................................................................................................
Component Services Window65................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Partition Management Tools66................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Traps Tab66................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Service Configuration66................................................................................................................................................................
Install Npartition Commands Bundle From The Smart Setup Media67................................................................................................................................................................
Install Partition Manager Bundle From The Smart Setup Media67................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Installation68................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Npartition Commands68................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Partition Manager Installation68................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Hot-plug Operations71................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin71................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Pci Card72................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Interface For All Hp Integrity Servers Except Superdome72................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Cards That Do Not Support Hot-plug Addition72................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Interface For Superdome Servers73................................................................................................................................................................
Software Interface74................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Pci Card74................................................................................................................................................................
Software Interface For All Hp Integrity Servers Except Superdome74................................................................................................................................................................
Software Interface For Superdome Servers74................................................................................................................................................................
A Preparing The Server For Microsoft Sql Server 200577................................................................................................................................................................
Sql Server 2005 Installation77................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Sql Server From The Command Prompt77................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Sql Server From The Gui78................................................................................................................................................................
B Efi Utilities81................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Efi81................................................................................................................................................................
Efi Boot Manager81................................................................................................................................................................
Efi Shell81................................................................................................................................................................
Common Efi Shell Commands82................................................................................................................................................................
Efi Shell Commands And Descriptions82................................................................................................................................................................
Efi-based Setup Utility85................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Boot File Using The Efi Shell86................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Successful Boot File Creation87................................................................................................................................................................
C Management Processor And Special Administration Console89................................................................................................................................................................
Management Processor89................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Mp89................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Commands89................................................................................................................................................................
Special Administration Console94................................................................................................................................................................
Sac Channel Management Commands96................................................................................................................................................................
Channel Management Commands96................................................................................................................................................................
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Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Preface9................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience9................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions9................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History11................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information12................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments12................................................................................................................................................................
Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction13................................................................................................................................................................
Reviewing The Toolkit14................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Deployment15................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Workstation15................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Boot Mechanism15................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Repository16................................................................................................................................................................
Using Repository Creation Scripts16................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Sstk Deployment Workflow21................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Model Server21................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Server Profile21................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Toolkit Environment22................................................................................................................................................................
Launching The Server Replication22................................................................................................................................................................
Capturing And Deploying System Images22................................................................................................................................................................
Capturing Images23................................................................................................................................................................
Image Format And Compatibility23................................................................................................................................................................
Original Hdd Size X Cloned Hdd Size23................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying Images23................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Rhel Installations23................................................................................................................................................................
San Environment Autoconfiguration24................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Toolkit Environment24................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Selinux Attributes After Replicating Rhel5 And Rhel5u124................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Volume Manager Support25................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Static Ipv6 Address25................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Workstation27................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Headless Server Console Output At The Workstation27................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking The Toolkit29................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up An Unattended Os Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Sstk.conf Script33................................................................................................................................................................
Sstk Variables33................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Linux Boot Loader34................................................................................................................................................................
Sstk Configuration Variables34................................................................................................................................................................
Global Options34................................................................................................................................................................
Image Options35................................................................................................................................................................
Sstk Command Line Options35................................................................................................................................................................
Reviewing The Main_toolkit_launch.sh Script37................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Linux-setup.sh Script37................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Repository Access Permissions38................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Boot Mechanism39................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Bootable Cd Or Dvd39................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Bootable Disk Image39................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Cd Build Directory40................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Iso File40................................................................................................................................................................
Booting From The Cd Or Dvd40................................................................................................................................................................
The Mkisofs Command Options40................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Usb Flash Device41................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Bootable Usb Flash Device41................................................................................................................................................................
Booting From A Usb Flash Device41................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Usb Flash Device As External Media43................................................................................................................................................................
Using Network Boot43................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Linux Network Boot Server43................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Dhcp Server43................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Tftp Server43................................................................................................................................................................
Populating The Tftp Directory44................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Hp Integrity Server For Pxe-enabled Boot44................................................................................................................................................................
Booting The Hp Integrity Server From A Pxe-enabled Nic44................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities Reference47................................................................................................................................................................
Cfggen47................................................................................................................................................................
Synopsis47................................................................................................................................................................
Description47................................................................................................................................................................
Cfggen Commands47................................................................................................................................................................
Examples48................................................................................................................................................................
Cfggen List Command48................................................................................................................................................................
Cfggen Display Command48................................................................................................................................................................
Clmchecking49................................................................................................................................................................
Clmchecking Options49................................................................................................................................................................
Conrep50................................................................................................................................................................
Conrep Options50................................................................................................................................................................
Conrep Return Codes51................................................................................................................................................................
Cpqacuxe52................................................................................................................................................................
Cpqacuxe Capture Utility52................................................................................................................................................................
The Cpqacuxe Utility53................................................................................................................................................................
Cpqacuxe Options53................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Script File Format54................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Script File Options54................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Script File Format56................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Script File Options57................................................................................................................................................................
Error Reporting62................................................................................................................................................................
Error Codes63................................................................................................................................................................
Efibootmgr67................................................................................................................................................................
Efibootmgr Options67................................................................................................................................................................
Efibootmgr Commands68................................................................................................................................................................
Efibootmgr Command Line Input68................................................................................................................................................................
Efivar69................................................................................................................................................................
Getuuid69................................................................................................................................................................
Efivar Options69................................................................................................................................................................
Hpacucli70................................................................................................................................................................
Commands70................................................................................................................................................................
Getuuid Options70................................................................................................................................................................
Hpacucli Commands70................................................................................................................................................................
Hpia64info71................................................................................................................................................................
Output71................................................................................................................................................................
Hplpcfg71................................................................................................................................................................
Format72................................................................................................................................................................
Hpqlarep72................................................................................................................................................................
Hplpcfg Options72................................................................................................................................................................
Hpqlarep Options72................................................................................................................................................................
Hpsetacpi73................................................................................................................................................................
Hpshowdisk73................................................................................................................................................................
Hpsetacpi Options73................................................................................................................................................................
Hwdisc74................................................................................................................................................................
Hpshowdisk Options74................................................................................................................................................................
Example75................................................................................................................................................................
Hwdisc Options75................................................................................................................................................................
Hwquery77................................................................................................................................................................
Hwquery Options77................................................................................................................................................................
Ifhw78................................................................................................................................................................
Ifhw Options78................................................................................................................................................................
Parted79................................................................................................................................................................
Expressions79................................................................................................................................................................
Parted Options79................................................................................................................................................................
A Known Issues83................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-os Linux Prompts Are Not Displayed83................................................................................................................................................................
Potential Rhel Deployment Errors83................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Rhel4u4 With Disks Without Partition Tables83................................................................................................................................................................
Ipmi Errors On Rhel483................................................................................................................................................................
Labeling Issue With Rhel4u583................................................................................................................................................................
Smartarray P600 In Slot 0 On Sx2000 Server83................................................................................................................................................................
No Msa Storage Information Displayed By Acu84................................................................................................................................................................
Incorrect Logical Disk Drive Size Displayed84................................................................................................................................................................
Capturing And Deploying An Image On The Same Server84................................................................................................................................................................
Cfggen Crashes On Hp Integrity Virtual Machine84................................................................................................................................................................
Hpshowdisk Unknown Device Error84................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Mp Version Displayed On Sx1000 Servers84................................................................................................................................................................
Efibootmgr Utility Issues85................................................................................................................................................................
Sstk Image Does Not Boot And Lsi Driver Loops85................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Installation Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Installation Manual (69 pages)

HP-UX, Linux, and Microsoft Windows Operating Systems  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 2.23 MB
Table of contents
Installation Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document7................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
New And Changed Information In This Edition7................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions7................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information7................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh Documentation7................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Documentation8................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History8................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments9................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Product Features11................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Requirements13................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Operating Systems13................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Browsers14................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying System Requirements15................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Hp Smh Software15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Media15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites15................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Install Hp Smh17................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Information17................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh On Hp-ux Operating Systems19................................................................................................................................................................
System Administration Management Tool Changes: Sam And Hp Smh19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh On Hp-ux19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh And Dependent Applications19................................................................................................................................................................
Bundle Information19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh Using The Applications Media21................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Using Hp Smh Software Depot21................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hp Smh22................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Startup Mode22................................................................................................................................................................
Variables And Tags22................................................................................................................................................................
Patching Or Updating Hp Smh Software23................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh On A Windows Operating System25................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh Directly On Windows25................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh For Windows Silently36................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Setup.iss File36................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Silently Using The Cli36................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling Silently Using The Cli36................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Variables And Tags37................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh Using Hpsum39................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh Remotely On A Windows Operating System Using Hpsum39................................................................................................................................................................
Preconfiguring The Hp Smh Component40................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh Directly On Linux Operating Systems43................................................................................................................................................................
Installation For Linux On X86 And X86_64 Operating Systems43................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh On Linux X86 Operating Systems43................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh On X86_64 Operating Systems43................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh Directly On Itanium-based Linux Operating Systems49................................................................................................................................................................
Installation For Itanium-based Linux Operating Systems49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh On Itanium-based Linux Operating Systems49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh Directly On Linux Using Linux Deployment Utility53................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh With Preconfiguration53................................................................................................................................................................
Preconfiguring Hp Smh Components53................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh As A Single Component57................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Smh Without Preconfiguration57................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing The Software For The First Time59................................................................................................................................................................
Key And Certificate Information59................................................................................................................................................................
1 Signing In And Signing Out Of Hp Smh61................................................................................................................................................................
Signing In With Microsoft Windows Xp61................................................................................................................................................................
Signing In With Microsoft Internet Explorer61................................................................................................................................................................
Signing In With Mozilla And Firefox62................................................................................................................................................................
Signing In From The Hp-ux Cli62................................................................................................................................................................
Signing Out62................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hp Smh65................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling From An Hp-ux Operating System65................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling From A Itanium-based Linux, X86 Or X86_64 Operating System65................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling From A Windows Operating System65................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling From A Windows 2008 Operating System65................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Manually For Windows And Linux Operating Systems66................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Manually For Hp-ux Operating Systems67................................................................................................................................................................
Index69................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual (66 pages)

HP Insight Foundation Suite for Integrity with Linux User's Guide - HP Smart Setup - HP Support Pack  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.74 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document7................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Documentation7................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions7................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History8................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments10................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Installation11................................................................................................................................................................
Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Support Information11................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Linux Os Distributions11................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Hardware11................................................................................................................................................................
Support Exceptions12................................................................................................................................................................
Ensure Support For Linux On Hp Integrity Servers12................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Installation Scenario13................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Installation Environment13................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Serial Console14................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Vga Console14................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp Smart Setup Ebsu Utility15................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Process15................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Installation17................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining The Latest Hp Insight Foundation Suite For Integrity With Linux17................................................................................................................................................................
Ensuring Platform Compatibility17................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Hardware Compatibility17................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Existing Data18................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Console18................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Serial Console18................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Vga Console19................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Server Hardware19................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Boot Drive19................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Removable Media Devices Using Efi20................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling A Cd/dvd Device20................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling A Usb Device21................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Os And Updating The Server23................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Smart Setup To Install The Os23................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Linux Media To Install The Os30................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Server31................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Updates From The Web31................................................................................................................................................................
Registering For Hp Support Notifications31................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Fibre Channel Hba Drivers For Linux32................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpt Fusion Hba Drivers For Linux33................................................................................................................................................................
Efi And Hp Smart Setup Media Utilities35................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Option Rom Configuration For Arrays Utility35................................................................................................................................................................
Using Efi35................................................................................................................................................................
Efi Boot Manager35................................................................................................................................................................
Efi Shell36................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smart Setup Utilities36................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Hp Smart Setup Utilities36................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Using The Hp Support Pack39................................................................................................................................................................
Software Provided In The Hp Support Pack39................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Management Base For Integrity Servers39................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Management Agents39................................................................................................................................................................
Hp System Management Homepage40................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Server Manageability Extensions40................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Wbem Providers For Linux40................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Partition Manager40................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Npartition Commands40................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Array Configuration Utility - Command Line Interface41................................................................................................................................................................
Openpegasus41................................................................................................................................................................
Small Footprint Cim Broker41................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Utilization Provider Including Wbem41................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smartsetup Scripting Toolkit42................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sas Integrated Raid (ir) Configuration Utility42................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Virtual Machines Wbem Provider42................................................................................................................................................................
Product Installation Dependencies42................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Openwbem43................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Java Development Kit Product43................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Sun Jdk 6 For The Linux Ia64 Platform43................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Bea Jrockit 5.0 Jdk For The Linux Ia64 Platform43................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Software From The Hp Support Pack44................................................................................................................................................................
Before Running The Installer44................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Installer45................................................................................................................................................................
A Configuring And Using A Serial Console49................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Serial Console49................................................................................................................................................................
B Hp Support Pack Dependencies51................................................................................................................................................................
Rhel451................................................................................................................................................................
Rhel552................................................................................................................................................................
Sles1052................................................................................................................................................................
Sles1153................................................................................................................................................................
C Known Issues55................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Management Wbem Providers On Pegasus Cimserver Supports Multi-process Mode Only55................................................................................................................................................................
Unaligned Access Messages55................................................................................................................................................................
Superfluous Pam Authentication Message55................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Management Wbem Providers Information Reporting56................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Ip Address Of Network Interface56................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Storage Adapters56................................................................................................................................................................
Partitioning Fibre Channel Hba Adapters56................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpt Fusion Hba Driver On Rhel 5u2 And Rhel 5u3 Using A Xen Kernel Hangs The Server56................................................................................................................................................................
Hp System Management Homepage Session Time-out Error58................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual (55 pages)

Smart Array Controllers for HP Integrity Servers  
Brand: HP | Category: Computer Hardware | Size: 1.58 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Features5................................................................................................................................................................
E500 Model5................................................................................................................................................................
P700m Model6................................................................................................................................................................
P800 Model6................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Of Controller Features And Capabilities7................................................................................................................................................................
Features Common To All Controller Models7................................................................................................................................................................
Model-specific Features8................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Installation Procedure10................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Installation Procedure (windows Or Linux)10................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Controller Hardware12................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Server12................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Controller Board12................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Storage Devices13................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Internal Storage13................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting External Storage13................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Cable Part Numbers14................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Firmware15................................................................................................................................................................
Methods For Updating The Firmware (windows Or Linux)15................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Array16................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities Available For Configuring An Array16................................................................................................................................................................
Comparing The Utilities16................................................................................................................................................................
Using Orca17................................................................................................................................................................
Using Acu18................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Device Drivers And Management Agents19................................................................................................................................................................
Systems Using Microsoft Windows19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Device Drivers19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Event Notification Service19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Management Agents19................................................................................................................................................................
Systems Using Linux19................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Or Replacing Controller Options21................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The E500 Cache21................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The P700m Cache Battery21................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A P800 Cache Battery24................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The P800 Cache Module Or Controller29................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing, Moving, Or Adding Hard Drives32................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Status Of A Hard Drive32................................................................................................................................................................
Recognizing Hard Drive Failure33................................................................................................................................................................
Effects Of A Hard Drive Failure34................................................................................................................................................................
Compromised Fault Tolerance34................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From Compromised Fault Tolerance34................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Hard Drives35................................................................................................................................................................
Factors To Consider Before Replacing Hard Drives35................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Data Recovery (rebuild)36................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Hard Drive Capacity38................................................................................................................................................................
Moving Drives And Arrays38................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Drives39................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosing Array Problems41................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Board Runtime Leds41................................................................................................................................................................
Runtime Leds For E500 Model41................................................................................................................................................................
Runtime Leds For P700m Model42................................................................................................................................................................
Runtime Leds For P800 Model43................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Pack Leds44................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools45................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge47................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge47................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods To Prevent Electrostatic Discharge47................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Notices48................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice48................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Rating Label48................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment48................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment48................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only49................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications49................................................................................................................................................................
Cables49................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)49................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Regulatory Notice50................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice50................................................................................................................................................................
Chinese Notice50................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice51................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notice51................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice51................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice52................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations53................................................................................................................................................................
Index54................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual (53 pages)

HP Integrity Essentials Intelligent Networking Pack User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.71 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction9................................................................................................................................................................
Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Networking Pack Licenses10................................................................................................................................................................
Different Ways To Install Intelligent Networking Pack Licenses10................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Essentials Network License Manager10................................................................................................................................................................
Running License Manager From The Network Configuration Utility11................................................................................................................................................................
Ncu Tray Icon11................................................................................................................................................................
Running License Manager During A Virus Throttle Installation12................................................................................................................................................................
Ncu Main Page12................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle Tray Icon12................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A License Using The License Manager13................................................................................................................................................................
Install License Key Window13................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Licenses Using The Network Adapter License Utility14................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Licenses Using The Virus Throttle License Utility14................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Licenses Using The Systems Insight Manager (sim) License Manager15................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle17................................................................................................................................................................
How Virus Throttle Works17................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Virus Throttle17................................................................................................................................................................
Using Virus Throttle18................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle Status Tab18................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle Inconsistency Message19................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle Configuration Tab19................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Virus Throttle Parameters20................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Virus Throttle Status21................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle Interruption Message21................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle Wait Message21................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle Success Message21................................................................................................................................................................
Unbinding Virus Throttle From A Network Connection23................................................................................................................................................................
Local Area Connection Properties24................................................................................................................................................................
Re-binding Virus Throttle To A Network Connection25................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Network Interface Cards From A Virus Throttle System26................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Virus Throttle From The System26................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Throttle License Utility27................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Syntax27................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Arguments27................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes28................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Examples28................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Networking Features31................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Team Types31................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Dual Channel Team32................................................................................................................................................................
Teaming Controls Tab33................................................................................................................................................................
Teaming Controls Tab - Showing Group 0 And Group 1 Sections34................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Redundancy Types35................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Active Path Failover36................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Redundancy Tab37................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Fast Path Failover38................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Router Path Failover38................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Redundancy Tab Team Members Information39................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vlan Ids39................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Tab40................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Properties Input Box40................................................................................................................................................................
Using Discovery Protocols43................................................................................................................................................................
About Cisco Discovery Protocol And Link Layer Discovery Protocol43................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Discovery Protocols43................................................................................................................................................................
Team Discovery Protocols Tab44................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Support47................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Intelligent Networking Pack License49................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Advanced Networking Features50................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Installation Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Installation Manual (45 pages)

HP Version Control Agent Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 0.7 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Vcrm7................................................................................................................................................................
Vca7................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Integration7................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Functions Of Vcrm And Vca8................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim9................................................................................................................................................................
Security Considerations9................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Version Control To The System Management Homepage11................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Version Control With Proliant Support Pack 7.1 And Earlier11................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Version Control With Proliant Support Pack 7.2 And Later11................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating The Vca And The Vcrm From Management Http Server To Smh To Use Operating System Authentication11................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining The Software15................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Hp Sim, Vca, And Vcrm15................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca Remotely Using The Hp Remote Deployment Utility17................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-configuring The Vca For Windows Using The Hp Remote Deployment Utility17................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca On Windows Operating Systems19................................................................................................................................................................
Vca For Windows Requirements19................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements19................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Hardware And Software19................................................................................................................................................................
Client Requirements20................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware And Software20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Overview20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca For Windows20................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Vca21................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca For Windows Silently21................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Silently Using The Cli21................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca Using The Linux Deployment Utility23................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-configuring The Vca Component23................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca As A Single Component23................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca Without Pre-configuration24................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca On Linux Operating Systems25................................................................................................................................................................
Vca For Linux Requirements25................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca For Linux26................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Vca Service Is Running27................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vca For Linux Silently28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vcrm On Windows29................................................................................................................................................................
Vcrm Requirements For Windows29................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware And Software Requirements30................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Internet Explorer Settings For Smh Pre-configuration30................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vcrm31................................................................................................................................................................
Vcrm Setup - Repository Directory31................................................................................................................................................................
Repository Population - Initial Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Automatic Update32................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Vcrm For Windows Silently33................................................................................................................................................................
Updating A Repository35................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Repository From The Hp Smartstart Cd35................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Repository Manually From The Hp Smartstart Cd35................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Repository Manually From The Hp Smartsetup Cd36................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling The Vca On Windows Operating Systems37................................................................................................................................................................
1 Uninstalling The Vca On Linux Operating Systems39................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling The Vcrm On Windows Operating Systems41................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary43................................................................................................................................................................
Index45................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual (41 pages)

Windows Integrity HP Smart Update Manager User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document7................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions7................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments7................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying Hp Integrity Support Packs In Windows9................................................................................................................................................................
Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Requirements For Integrity Servers9................................................................................................................................................................
Isps Powered By Hp Smart Update Manager11................................................................................................................................................................
Deployment Scenarios11................................................................................................................................................................
Graphical Deployment On A Local Host11................................................................................................................................................................
Scripted Deployment On A Local Host11................................................................................................................................................................
Deployment To Multiple Remote Hosts12................................................................................................................................................................
First-time Installations12................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Installation Host13................................................................................................................................................................
Inventory Progress Screen13................................................................................................................................................................
Select Installation Host(s) Screen - Local14................................................................................................................................................................
View Options14................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Bundles To Filter15................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Components To Install15................................................................................................................................................................
Select Bundle Filter Screen15................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gui: Local Host Installations16................................................................................................................................................................
Select Items To Be Installed Screen16................................................................................................................................................................
Select Installation Host(s) Screen - Local Host17................................................................................................................................................................
Status Field19................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Installation Results19................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Results Screen For Single Host19................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Update Manager Installation Log20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gui: Multiple-host Installations21................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Remote Hosts Or Groups21................................................................................................................................................................
Select Installation (host(s) Screen - Remote21................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Hosts22................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Hosts Screen22................................................................................................................................................................
New Host Screen22................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Groups23................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Host Screen23................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Host Confirmation Screen23................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Groups Screen24................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Group Screen24................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Credentials For Hosts25................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Group Confirmation Screen25................................................................................................................................................................
Enter Credentials For Host Screen25................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Bundles To Filter On Multiple Hosts26................................................................................................................................................................
Enter Credentials For Group Screen26................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Components To Install On Multiple Hosts27................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Installation Results For Multiple Hosts28................................................................................................................................................................
Selections For Host Screen28................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Results Screen For Multiple Hosts28................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Installation Of Isps In Windows31................................................................................................................................................................
Component Configuration31................................................................................................................................................................
Command-line Installation31................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Syntax31................................................................................................................................................................
Command-line Arguments31................................................................................................................................................................
Command-line Examples34................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes35................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting37................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support39................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Documentation39................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Information39................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information39................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Manual (40 pages)

Generic Site Preparation Guide, Third Edition  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.72 MB
Table of contents
Revision History2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
General Site Preparation Guidelines7................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Factors7................................................................................................................................................................
Synopsis7................................................................................................................................................................
Ac Electrical Distribution System7................................................................................................................................................................
Ac Power Quality Devices7................................................................................................................................................................
Ups Recommendations8................................................................................................................................................................
Power Consumption8................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Systems8................................................................................................................................................................
Comprehensive Discussion9................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Room Safety9................................................................................................................................................................
Fire Protection9................................................................................................................................................................
Fire Suppression10................................................................................................................................................................
Lighting Requirements For Equipment Servicing10................................................................................................................................................................
Cabinet Recommendations10................................................................................................................................................................
Working Space For Server Access10................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Load Requirements (circuit Breaker Sizing)11................................................................................................................................................................
Power Quality11................................................................................................................................................................
Sources Of Voltage Fluctuations11................................................................................................................................................................
Power System Protection11................................................................................................................................................................
Distribution Hardware12................................................................................................................................................................
Wire Selection12................................................................................................................................................................
Raceway Systems (electrical Conduits) (lahj)12................................................................................................................................................................
Building Distribution12................................................................................................................................................................
Power Distribution Safety Grounding (lahj)12................................................................................................................................................................
Main Building Electrical Ground12................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Conduit Ground13................................................................................................................................................................
Power Panel Ground13................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Safety Ground13................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Power Source Grounding13................................................................................................................................................................
Cabinet Performance Grounding (high-frequency Intercabinet Ground)13................................................................................................................................................................
Raised Floor "high-frequency Noise" Grounding13................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Grounding Implementation Details14................................................................................................................................................................
Raised Floor Metal Strip Ground System14................................................................................................................................................................
System Installation Guidelines15................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Connections15................................................................................................................................................................
Data Communications Cables15................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Elements15................................................................................................................................................................
Air Quality15................................................................................................................................................................
Airflow16................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Orientation16................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge (esd): Source Of Greatest Failure Rate Without Detection17................................................................................................................................................................
Cellular Telephone And Wireless Usage17................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Room Preparation17................................................................................................................................................................
Row Orientation18................................................................................................................................................................
Dust And Pollution Control18................................................................................................................................................................
Metallic Particulate Contamination19................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Contaminant Gas Levels19................................................................................................................................................................
Cooling Requirements20................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Air-conditioning Equipment Requirements20................................................................................................................................................................
Air-conditioning System Guidelines20................................................................................................................................................................
Air-conditioning System Types20................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Air-distribution Systems21................................................................................................................................................................
Air-conditioning System Installation21................................................................................................................................................................
Air-conditioning Ducts21................................................................................................................................................................
Humidity Level22................................................................................................................................................................
Esd Prevention22................................................................................................................................................................
Humidity Levels Influence The Creation Of Static Charges22................................................................................................................................................................
Relative Humidity22................................................................................................................................................................
Static Protection Measures22................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of Humidity On Esd Charge Levels22................................................................................................................................................................
Acoustics23................................................................................................................................................................
Facility Characteristics23................................................................................................................................................................
Floor Loading23................................................................................................................................................................
Floor Loading Terms23................................................................................................................................................................
Floor Loading Term Definitions23................................................................................................................................................................
Raised Floor Loading24................................................................................................................................................................
Average Floor Loading24................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Raised Floor Site24................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Raised Floor Specifications24................................................................................................................................................................
Windows25................................................................................................................................................................
Space Requirements25................................................................................................................................................................
Delivery Space Requirements25................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Space Requirements25................................................................................................................................................................
Product Technical Requirements Based On Customer Environments25................................................................................................................................................................
Floor Plan Grid26................................................................................................................................................................
Power Plug Configuration26................................................................................................................................................................
C20 Male Receptacle (at Power Supply)27................................................................................................................................................................
C19 Female Plug (on One End Of The Power Cord)27................................................................................................................................................................
Unterminated Plug27................................................................................................................................................................
L6-20 Plug27................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 309 Plug28................................................................................................................................................................
Cee 7-7 Plug28................................................................................................................................................................
L6-30 Plug28................................................................................................................................................................
Nema 5-20p Plug (left) And Receptacle (right)28................................................................................................................................................................
Isi 32 Plug28................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Factors And Formulas29................................................................................................................................................................
Gb 1002 Plug29................................................................................................................................................................
L6-20 Power Cable29................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of An Installation Schedule30................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Site Inspection Checklist30................................................................................................................................................................
Site Inspection Checklist30................................................................................................................................................................
Customer And Hp Information31................................................................................................................................................................
Delivery Survey32................................................................................................................................................................
Delivery Survey (part 1)33................................................................................................................................................................
Delivery Survey (part 2)34................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary35................................................................................................................................................................
Index39................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Software Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Software Manual (38 pages)

ProLiant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.53 MB
Table of contents
Hp Proliant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack1................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing4................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing Options4................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Licenses4................................................................................................................................................................
Evaluation Licenses4................................................................................................................................................................
Purchased Licenses5................................................................................................................................................................
Applying A License File5................................................................................................................................................................
Applying License Files During A First-time Installation5................................................................................................................................................................
Applying License Files During An Upgrade Installation5................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Licenses To An Existing Installation5................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Licenses In An Existing Installation6................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisites7................................................................................................................................................................
Network Infrastructure Requirements7................................................................................................................................................................
Deployment Server Requirements7................................................................................................................................................................
Installing8................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started8................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Upgrade8................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Support And Contact Information25................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents25................................................................................................................................................................
Online Resources25................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Software Technical Support And Update Service27................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Manually Installing Distribution Files28................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B Manually Modifying Configuration Settings29................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronize Display Names With Computer Names Option29................................................................................................................................................................
Primary Lookup Key Option30................................................................................................................................................................
Pxe Initial Deploy Boot Timeout Option31................................................................................................................................................................
Client/server File Transfer Port Option32................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Iis Ftp Virtual Directory Option33................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Product Keys34................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C Installing An Iis Ftp Server35................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix D Creating And Using Automation Boot Media36................................................................................................................................................................
Index37................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM User Manual (37 pages)

Rapid Deployment Pack Windows Edition User Guide 3.70  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.11 MB
Table of contents
Hp Proliant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack1................................................................................................................................................................
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Rapid Deployment Pack5................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bladesystem Enclosures5................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Image Installs6................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Imaging Jobs6................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Windows Sysprep Jobs6................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Scripted Installs7................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Scripted Install Jobs7................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring San-attached Scripted Install Jobs7................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Boot From San Scripted Install Jobs8................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Rapid Deployment Pack9................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Server Blades9................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Reference Server And Image12................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying A Captured Image To Other Similar Servers14................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfiguring The New Servers15................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining Server Blades With Rip-and-replace17................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Boot From San Installation18................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Deployment Server20................................................................................................................................................................
Jobs20................................................................................................................................................................
Job Default Settings21................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Configuration Settings21................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Scripted Install Settings21................................................................................................................................................................
How A Job Is Run On A Target24................................................................................................................................................................
Deployment Server Directory Structure28................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Proliant And Integrity Integration Modules29................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started29................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing Jobs29................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing Files30................................................................................................................................................................
Reasons To Customize The Integration Modules30................................................................................................................................................................
All Operating Systems30................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Unattend Text Files30................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Esx Server Kickstart Files31................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Machine Jobs31................................................................................................................................................................
Red Hat Linux Kickstart Files31................................................................................................................................................................
Suse Linux Control Files31................................................................................................................................................................
Customization Examples31................................................................................................................................................................
Example 1-using A Specific Proliant Support Pack Version31................................................................................................................................................................
Example 2-modifying The Windows Unattend Text Files32................................................................................................................................................................
Example 3-modifying The Red Hat Linux Kickstart Files32................................................................................................................................................................
Example 4-modifying The Altiris Deployment Agent For Linux32................................................................................................................................................................
Example 5-modifying A Create Virtual Machine Job For Custom Virtual Values32................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Support And Contact Information33................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents33................................................................................................................................................................
Online Resources33................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information33................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Software Technical Support And Update Service34................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Manual (35 pages)

Windows Integrity Kernel Debug Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.86 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document7................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
New And Changed Information In This Edition7................................................................................................................................................................
Document Organization7................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions7................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History8................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments8................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging The Kernel Locally9................................................................................................................................................................
Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Kernel Debugging Setup Options9................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Host Machine10................................................................................................................................................................
Install Debugging Tools For Windows10................................................................................................................................................................
Building A Converter For Your Cable11................................................................................................................................................................
Build A 5x2-to-db9m Converter (rx1620)11................................................................................................................................................................
Build A Rj45-to-db9f Converter (rx5670, Rx7620, Rx8620, And Superdome/sx1000)12................................................................................................................................................................
Rx1620 Debug Port (male Pins On System Board)12................................................................................................................................................................
Required Plug Ends And Internal Wiring12................................................................................................................................................................
Db9 Male Pin-out To 5x2 Female12................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up And Connecting To The Target Machine13................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Pin-outs Or Hp Integrity Rx5670 Servers13................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Pin-outs For Hp Integrity Rx7620 And Rx8620 Servers13................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Pin-outs For Hp Integrity Superdome/sx1000 Servers13................................................................................................................................................................
Change The Boot Configuration (applies To All Servers)14................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2003 Systems Only Option 1: Using Bootcfg (recommended)14................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2003 Systems Only Option 2: Using Nvrboot17................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2008 Systems Only Using Bcdedit18................................................................................................................................................................
Bl860c And Bl870c Servers19................................................................................................................................................................
Rx1620 Server19................................................................................................................................................................
Bl860c/bl870c Debugging Port19................................................................................................................................................................
Rx2600 And Rx2620 Servers20................................................................................................................................................................
Rx2660 Servers20................................................................................................................................................................
Rx1620 Debugging Port20................................................................................................................................................................
Rx2600 And Rx2620 Debugging Port20................................................................................................................................................................
Rx3600 And Rx6600 Servers21................................................................................................................................................................
Rx4640 Server21................................................................................................................................................................
Rx2660 Debugging Port21................................................................................................................................................................
Rx3600 And Rx6600 Debugging Port21................................................................................................................................................................
Rx5670 Server22................................................................................................................................................................
Rx4640 Debugging Port22................................................................................................................................................................
Location Of Three Jumpers On Rx4640 Motherboard22................................................................................................................................................................
Rx7620, Rx8620, And Superdome/sx1000 Servers23................................................................................................................................................................
Locate The Debug Port23................................................................................................................................................................
Option 1: Identifying The Core Cell Using An Efi Command (recommended)23................................................................................................................................................................
Rx5670 Debugging Port23................................................................................................................................................................
Option 2: Identifying The Core Cell Using An Npartition Command24................................................................................................................................................................
Copy The Kd Utility To The Efi System Partition (applies To Rx7620 And Rx8620 Servers Only)24................................................................................................................................................................
Enable The Debugging Port (applies To Rx7620 And Rx8620 Servers Only)24................................................................................................................................................................
Connect To The Debug Port25................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging Port On The Rx862025................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging Port On Superdome/sx100026................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging The Kernel Remotely27................................................................................................................................................................
Change The Boot Configuration29................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Ipmi Lan Access And The Debugging Option34................................................................................................................................................................
Connect With The Target Machine And Initiate Debugging34................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Installation And Configuration Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Installation And Configuration Manual (32 pages)

Windows Integrity Cluster Installation and Configuration Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.62 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document9................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience9................................................................................................................................................................
New And Changed Information In This Edition9................................................................................................................................................................
Document Organization9................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions9................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information10................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History10................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments10................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction11................................................................................................................................................................
Clustering Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cluster Versus Network Load Balancing12................................................................................................................................................................
Server Cluster13................................................................................................................................................................
Nlb13................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Terminology14................................................................................................................................................................
Nodes14................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Service14................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Disks14................................................................................................................................................................
Resources14................................................................................................................................................................
Nlb Example14................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Dependencies15................................................................................................................................................................
Groups15................................................................................................................................................................
Quorums15................................................................................................................................................................
Single Quorum16................................................................................................................................................................
Single Quorum Example16................................................................................................................................................................
Majority Node Set (mns) Quorum17................................................................................................................................................................
Mns Quorum Example17................................................................................................................................................................
Heartbeats18................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Servers18................................................................................................................................................................
Failover18................................................................................................................................................................
Failback19................................................................................................................................................................
Administering The Cluster21................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Minimum System Requirements21................................................................................................................................................................
Gathering Required Installation Information22................................................................................................................................................................
Example Cluster Hardware Cabling Scheme22................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Configuring The Cluster24................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Public And Private Networks25................................................................................................................................................................
Private Network25................................................................................................................................................................
Public Networks26................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Teaming27................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Node 1 For Clustering27................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Shared Storage27................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Node 2+ For Clustering28................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Cluster29................................................................................................................................................................
Joining Node 2+ To The Cluster29................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Private And Public Network Role And Priority Settings30................................................................................................................................................................
Validating Cluster Operation31................................................................................................................................................................
Method 1: Simulate A Failover31................................................................................................................................................................
Method 2: Run The Cluster Diagnostics And Verification Tool31................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Individual Nodes31................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Installation Manual

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Installation Manual (29 pages)

Hewlett Packard PCI Graphics Controller Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Video Card | Size: 0.76 MB
Table of contents
Ati Radeon 7500 Pci Graphics Controller1................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview8................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction8................................................................................................................................................................
Module Description8................................................................................................................................................................
Option Numbers8................................................................................................................................................................
Connector Pinouts10................................................................................................................................................................
Standard 15-pin Vga Connector Pinout10................................................................................................................................................................
Installation12................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking12................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedure12................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Openvms I64 - Graphics Software Installation And Customization14................................................................................................................................................................
Video Resolutions Supported14................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Video Modes - Openvms14................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions, Limitations And Defaults15................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Console Revision15................................................................................................................................................................
No Vga Console Support15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Platform Slot Restrictions15................................................................................................................................................................
Default Depth (24 Bits Per Pixel)15................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Colormaps (8 Bits Per Pixel)16................................................................................................................................................................
Single Pixel Depth (no Mixed Depth Windows)16................................................................................................................................................................
Visual Types16................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Bus Performance Under Load16................................................................................................................................................................
Open3d Support16................................................................................................................................................................
Transformation, Clipping And Lighting Support17................................................................................................................................................................
Threads Restriction17................................................................................................................................................................
No Backing Store/save Under For 3d Windows17................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Graphics Cards Support17................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-screen Versus Xinerama17................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Order And Forcing Single Headed Operation18................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Graphics Configuration18................................................................................................................................................................
Ati Radeon 7500 Default Graphics Settings18................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Current Settings18................................................................................................................................................................
Overriding The Default Settings18................................................................................................................................................................
Server Startup And Configuration Messages19................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting20................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Criteria20................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Of Software Installation22................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Boot Console23................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Of Hardware Installation24................................................................................................................................................................
Ati Radeon 7500 As Default Xserver Device24................................................................................................................................................................
Resolutions25................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions And Limitations25................................................................................................................................................................
No Accelerated 3d Support25................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Colormaps25................................................................................................................................................................
Default Visual Information25................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Supported Video Modes - Hp-ux25................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Graphics Resolution Or Vertical Refresh Rate For Hp-ux26................................................................................................................................................................
Current Graphics Resolution26................................................................................................................................................................
How To Change The Resolution And Refresh Rate26................................................................................................................................................................
Multihead Support27................................................................................................................................................................
Dual-screen27................................................................................................................................................................
Xf86config Changes27................................................................................................................................................................
Messages29................................................................................................................................................................
HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Release Note

HP Rx2620-2 - Integrity - 0 MB RAM Release Note (27 pages)

System Management Homepage Release Notes HP-UX, Linux, and Windows Systems  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.38 MB
Table of contents
Release Notes1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document7................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
New And Changed Information In This Edition7................................................................................................................................................................
March 2009 Release For Hp-ux7................................................................................................................................................................
January 2009 Release For Linux And Windows7................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions8................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh Documentation9................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Documentation10................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing History10................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Encourages Your Comments11................................................................................................................................................................
Features13................................................................................................................................................................
Product Features13................................................................................................................................................................
Partition Manager13................................................................................................................................................................
Available Ip Addresses13................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Applications To Hp Smh13................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements17................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Operating Systems17................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Browsers18................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying System Requirements19................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Hp Smh Software19................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Media19................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites19................................................................................................................................................................
Known Issues21................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh 3.0.0 Release For Hp-ux21................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh 2.2.9 Release For Hp-ux22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh 2.2.8 Release For Hp-ux22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh 2.2.7 Release For Hp-ux22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh 2.2.6 Release For Hp-ux22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh 2.2.5 Release For Hp-ux22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh 2.2.4 Release For Hp-ux23................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Smh 2.2.3 Release For Hp-ux23....................................................................................................................................................