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Table Of Contents

1 Product Information
System Description
Packaging
Consideration for External SCSI Devices
Front Panel
Specifications and Characteristics
Physical Characteristics
Electrical Specifications
Power Consumption and Cooling
Environmental Specifications
Hot-Swappable/Pluggable Devices
•Hot-Swapping a Fan
•Hot-Swapping a Power Supply
•Hot-Plugging a Hard Disk Drive
Hot-Swapping a Fan
Hot-Swapping a Power Supply
Hot-Plugging a Hard Disk Drive
Documentation
Access HP World Wide Web Site
Where to Find the Information
2 Installing or Replacing Parts and Accessories
Overview
Pre-Removal/Replacement Information
Power and EMI Warning and Note
Tools Required
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions
Removing and Replacing the Tower System’s Access Panels
Removing the Tower System’s Access Panels
Replacing the Tower System’s Access Panels
Replacing the System’s Access Panel
Removing and Replacing a Rack System’s Front Access Panel
Removing and Replacing a Rack System’s Front Access Panel
Removing the Rack System’s Front Access Panel
Replacing the Rack System’s Front Access Panel
Removing and Replacing the Memory Airflow Guide
Removing the Memory Airflow Guide
Replacing the Memory Airflow Guide
Figure2-14Replacing the Memory Airflow Guide
Removing and Replacing Memory
Removing or Replacing an Accessory Card
Removing an Accessory Card
Replacing an Accessory Card
Removing and Replacing an Audio Card
Removing an Audio Card
Replacing an Audio Card
Removing and Replacing the PCI/AGP Backplane
Removing the PCI/AGP Backplane
Replacing the PCI/AGP Backplane
Removing and Replacing an Optical Drive
Removing an Optical Drive
Replacing an Optical Drive
Removing and Replacing a Hard Disk Drive
Removing a Hard Disk Drive
Replacing a Hard Disk Drive
Removing and Replacing a Power Supply
Removing a Power Supply
Replacing a Power Supply
Removing and Replacing the System Fans
Removing a System Fan
Replacing a System Fan
Removing and Replacing the Processor Airflow Guide
Removing the Processor Airflow Guide
Replacing the Processor Airflow Guide
Figure2-49Replacing the Processor Airflow Guide
Removing and Replacing the Management Card
Removing the Management Card
Replacing/Installing the Management Card
Removing and Replacing the LED Status Panel
Removing the LED Status Panel
Replacing the LED Status Panel
Removing and Replacing a Processor
Removing a Processor
Replacing/Installing a Processor
Removing and Replacing the System Board
Removing the System Board
Replacing the System Board
Removing and Replacing the System Batteries
Removing the System Board’s Battery
Replacing the System Board’s Battery
Removing the Management Card’s Battery
Replacing the Management Card’s Battery
Removing and Replacing the Power Supply Interface Module
Removing the Power Supply Interface
Replacing the Power Supply Interface Module
Figure2-78Replacing the Power Supply Interface Module
Removing and Replacing the Hard Drive Backplane
Removing the Hard Drive Backplane
Replacing the Hard Drive Backplane
3 System Configuration
Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI)
•EFI Overview
EFI Overview
Accessing the EFI Shell Prompt
EFI Editor Commands
EFI Configuration Menus
Updating Your Firmware
Classes of EFI Commands
Creating EFI Scripts
Management Card
Overview of Management Card Components
Management Card I/O Functionality
Management Processor (MP)
MP Overview
Using MP
MP Commands
Baseboard Management Controller (BMC)
Using the BMC Command Line Interface (CLI)
BMC Commands
Flowcharts for Troubleshooting
Running Support Tools Manager (HP-UX only)
Running Event Monitoring Service
Running TopTools (for Linux® on an rx2600 only)
Running HP’s e-DiagTools
HP e-DiagTools Hardware Diagnostics
Using the System’s LEDs and e-buzzer to Troubleshoot
Troubleshooting with the System’s LEDs
Troubleshooting with the System’s e-buzzer
Troubleshooting Monitor Problems
A System Accessories
Component Overview
Graphics Cards
ATI FireGL 4 Graphics Card
ATI Radeon 7000 Graphics Card
nVIDIA Quadro4 900XGL Graphics Card (Linux and Windows)
nVIDIA Quadro2 EX (Linux and Windows)
Select a Monitor for your Graphics Card
I/O Cards
Ultra 160 SCSI Single Port Card
10/100BT Ethernet Card
GbE-TX (Copper) Card
IEEE-1394 (Firewire) Card
Audio Card
B System Board
System Board Overview
System Board Components
Overview of System Board Components
Intel® Itanium® 2 Processor
ZX1 I/O and Memory Controller
I/O Bus Interface
Processor Dependent Hardware Controller
Dual Serial Controller
Field Programmable Gate Array
Baseboard Management Controller
SCSI Controller
zx6000 Supported Accessories
rx2600 Supported Accessories
Exploded View and Part Numbers
zx6000 Exploded View and Parts List
rx2600 Exploded View and Parts List
D Event, Error and Warning Messages
EFI Error and Warning Messages
TableD-1 EFI Error and Warning Messages
IPMI Event Messages
BMC fpl Format
MP Log Output Format
Type 2 and Type E0 Records
Generator IDs
Sensor Types
Event Types
Sensor Data Record Repository (SDRR)
Sensor and Event Lists
FRU Device Locator Records
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ZX6000 WS Service Manual

ZX6000 WS Service Manual

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