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Processor Dual processor slots supporting Intel XeonTM processors in an INT3/FCPGA Socket 604 package. Chipset Intel E7500 chipset Memory Six dual inline memory module (DIMM) slots support: (1) DDR-200 or DDR-266 compliant, ECC, registered, 72-bit, 168-pin, DIMMs (2) From 256MB to 12GB of memroy Graphics Integrated onboard ATI RAGE+ XL PCI SVGA controller. Video 8MB SDRAM of video memory PCI Bus Two PCI riser slots capable of supporting either of the following configurations: (1) Network Dual on-board 10/100/1000 Network Interface Controllers (NIC). System I/O (1) One PS/2, keyboard/mouse port (6 pin DIN). (2) One VGA video port (15 pin) (3) Two external USB ports, internal header providing two additional USB. (4) One external serial port (RJ-45), one internal COM1 header. (5) One external SCSI port(SCSI server board only), one internal. (6) Two NIC ports(RJ-45). SCSI Controller Adaptec 7899W 2-channel U160 SCSI controller. RAID Support Optional add on SCSI RAID supported. LAN Controller Integrated dual channel Gigabit Ethernet on board with load balancing and fail tolerance supported. Form Factor Server ATX form factor. 2U configuration-three full-length, full-height 64-bit PCI riser slots and three LP 64-bit PCI riser slots and three LP 64-bit PCI riser slots.
System Block Diagram
System Board Layout
Item A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD
Description System status LED ID LED Diagnostic LEDs( POST code) 64-bit PCI riser slot for PCI-X bus B (full height) DIMM slots I/O ports SCSI channel B connector (SCSI version only) COM1 serial header ICMB connector IPMB connector 64-bit PCI riser slot for PCI-X bus ( low profile) Secondary processor socket Secondary processor fan connector Primary processor socket Primary processor fan connector Auxiliary signal connector Sys fan 1 connector Sys fan 2 connector Main power connector Battery Power supply signal connector ATX front panel connector SSI front panel connector Floppy/FP/IDE connector ATA/IDE connector Floppy drive connector USB 2 & 3 header ATA-100 connectors (ATA version only) Hard Disk Drive LED header Speaker
Item A B C D E F G H I J K L
Description USB 0 connector Video connector SCSI channel A connector (SCSI server board only) NIC 2 RJ-45 connector Status LED Speed LED NIC 1 RJ-45 connector Status LED Speed LED PS/2 keyboard/mouse connector RJ-45 serial port USB 1 connector
FG H I J
K L O N M
Item A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O
Description Power Supply PCI card bracket (full-length) Riser card assembly (full-length) PCI card bracket (low-profile) Server Board ( accessory to system) PCI add-in card ( accessory to system) Riser card assembly ( low-profile) Processor air duct Front panel board Intrusion switch Control panel Flex bay(optional DVD/CD-ROM drive/FDD module available) Tape drive bay (tape drive available from others) Hard drive bay( one of six, accessory to system) Backplane board
Item A B C D E F
Description Chassis Handles(2) Drive Bay(1-inch) HDD activity/fault Indicator Flex bay( optional DVD/CD-ROM drive/ FDD module) Front Panel indicator lights Tape drive bay ( tape drive not included)
Description PCI card bracked (low profile) RJ45 NIC 2 connector Green Status LED/Yellow Status LED Serial A port mounting hole PCI card bracket ( full-height) AC Power input ( primary)* AC Power input (redundant)* Power supply module, redundant (system accessory)* Power supply module, primary* USB connector 2 RJ45 serial port PS/2 mouse/keyboard connector RJ45 NIC 1 connector SCSI channel A connector ( If available) Video connector USB connector1
Hardware Specifications and Configurations
Processor Item Type Slot Speed Bus frequency Voltage Memory Configuration Item DDR200 and DDR 266 registered DIMM organization Pin count DIMM capacity Serial PD Voltage options Interface Description ECC DIMM modules x72 ECC 184 128MB, 256MB, 512Mb, 1GB, 2GB DIMMs JEDEC Rev 2.0 2.5V ( VDD/VDDQ ) SSTL2 Specification Dual processor slots supporting Intel XeonTM processors in an INT3/FCPGA Socket 604 package. Socket 604 933MHz/1GHz/1.13GHz/1.26GHz 100/133 MHz Processor voltage can be detected by the system without setting any jumper
Two DIMMs must be populated in a bank for a X144 wide memory data path. Any or all memory banks may be populated
I2C Address Map I2C Bus PB1 PB3 I2C Add 0x58 0x60 0x30 0x32 0x44 0x60 0xA0 0xA2 0xA4 0xA6 0xA8 0xAA 0xAC 0xAE 0xC4 0xD2 PB4 Chapter 1 Device Heceta5 SIO CPU1 therm sensor CPU2 therm sensor ICH3 MCH DIMM1 DIMM3 DIMM5 CPU1 SEEPROM DIMM2 DIMM4 DIMM6 CPU2 SEEPROM P64H2 CK408B NIC 9
DDR Configurations DIMM Capacity 128MB 128MB 128MB 256MB 256MB 256MB 256MB 512MB 512MB 512MB 512MB 1GB 1GB 1GB 2GB DIMM Organization 16M x 72 16M x 72 16M x 72 32M x 72 32M x 72 32M x 72 32M x 72 64Mx 72 64M x 72 64M x 72 64M x 72 128M x 72 128M x 72 128M x 72 256M x 72 SDRAM Density 64 megabit 64 megabit 128 megabit 64 megabit 128 megabit 128 megabit 256 megabit 128 megabit 256 megabit 256 megabit 512 megabit 256 megabit 512 megabit 512 megabit 512 megabit SDRAM Organization 16M x 4 8M x 8 16M x 8 16M x 4 32M x4 16M x 8 32M x 8 32M x 4 64M x 4 32M x 8 64M x 8 64M x 4 64M x 8 128M x 4 128M x4 #SDRAm Device/Rows/ Banks 18/1/4 18/2/4 9/1/4 36/2/4 18/1/4 18/2/4 9/1/4 36/2/4 18/1/4 18/2/4 9/1/4 32/2/4 18/2/4 18/1/4 36/2/4 # Address Bits Rows/Banks/ Column 12/2/10 12/2/9 12/2/10 12/2/10 12/2/11 12/2/10 13/2/10 12/2/11 13/2/11 13/2/10 13/2/11 13/2/11 13/2 13/2/12 13/2/12
Setup Utility Operation
The ROM-resident BIOS Setup utility is only used to configure on-board devices. The System Setup Utility is required to configure added PCI cards. The BIOS Setup utility screen is divided into four functional areas. The following table will describe each areas: Setup Utility Screen Functional Area Keyboard Command Bar Description Located at the bottom of the screen or as part of the help screen. This bar displays the keyboard commands supported by the Setup Utility. Located at the top of the screen. Displays the various major menu selections available to the user. The server Setup utility major menus are: Main Menu, Advanced Menu, Security Menu, Server Menu, Boot Menu, and the Exit Menu. Each Option Menu occupies the left and center sections of the screen. Each menu contains a set of features. Selecting certain features within a major Option Menu drops you into sub-menus.
Menu Selection Bar
Item Specific Help Screen Located at the right side of the screen is an item-specific Help screen.
Entering the BIOS Setup Utility
During the BIOS POST operation, the user is prompted to use the F2 function key to enter Setup as follows: Press <F2> to enter Setup A few seconds might pass before Setup is entered. This is the result of POST completing test and initialization functions that must be completed before Setup can be entered. When Setup is entered, the Main Menu options page is displayed.
Keyboard Command Bar
Keyboard Command Bar Key Enter Option Execute Command Description The Enter key is used to activate sub-menus when the selected feature is a sub-menu, or to display a pick list if a selected option has a value field, or to select a sub-field for multi-valued features like time and date. If a pick list is displayed, the Enter key will undo the pick list, and allow another selection in the parent menu. The ESC key provides a mechanism for backing out of any field. This key will undo the pressing of the Enter key. When the ESC key is pressed while editing any field or selecting features of a menu, the parent menu is re-entered. When the ESC key is pressed in any sub-menu, the parent menu is re-entered. When the ESC key is pressed in any major menu, the exit confirmation window is displayed and the user is asked whether changes can be discarded. If No is selected and the Enter key is pressed, or if the ESC key is pressed, the user is returned to where they were before ESC was pressed without affecting any existing any settings. If Yes is selected and the Enter key is pressed, setup is exited and the BIOS continues with POST. The up arrow is used to select the previous value in a pick list, or the previous options in a menu items option list. The selected item must then be activated by pressing the Enter key. The down arrow is used to select the next value in a menu items option list, or a value fields pick list. The selected item must then be activated by pressing the Enter key. The left and right arrow keys are used to move between the major menu pages. The keys have no affect if a sub-menu or pick list is displayed. The Tab key is used to move between fields. For example, Tab can be used to move from hours to minutes in the time item in the main menu. The menus key on the keyboard is used to change the value of the current item to the previous value. This key scrolls through the values in the associated pick list without displaying the full list. The plus key on the keyboard is used to change the value of the current menu item to the next value. This key scrolls through the values in the associated pick list without displaying the full list. On 106-key Japanese keyboards, the plus key has a different scan code than the plus key on the other keyboard, but will have the same effect.
Primary Master and Slave Adapters Sub-menu Selections Feature PIO Mode Option Standard / DMA 4 / DMA 4 Description Displays the method for moving data to/from the drive. This field is informational only.
Displays the method for moving data to/from the drive. This field is informational only.
Processor Settings Sub-menu Feature Processor Type Processor POST Speed Feature Processor Retest Hyper-Threading Technology Option Information Only Information Only Option Disabled Enabled Disable Enabled Description Displays the type of processor(s) installed Displays the measured processor speed Description If enabled, BIOS will clear historical processor status and retest all processors on the next boot. Controls the states of Hyper-Threading Technology in the processors. Reports CPUID for Processor 1, if present. If empty, reports Not Installed. If disabled by BMC, reports Disabled. 28
Processor 1 CPUID CPUID Non Installed Disabled Chapter 2
Processor Settings Sub-menu Feature Processor 1 L2 Cache Size N/A Option Description Reports L2 Cache Size for Processor 1. Reports CPUID of Processor 2, if present. If empty, reports Not Installed. If disabled by the BMC, reports Disabled. Reports L2 Cache Size for Processor 2.
Processor 2 CPUID CPUID Non Installed Disabled Processor 2 L2 Cache Size N/A
The following tables describe the menu options and associated sub-menus available on the Advanced Menu.
Feature PCI Configuration Peripheral Configuration Memory Configuration N/A N/A N/A
Option Selects sub-menu Selects sub-menu Selects sub-menu
Advanced Chipset Control N/A
Selects sub-menu. May not be present, if there are no advanced chipset settings under user control. If enabled, the boot diagnostic screen is displayed during POST. If disabled, the boot logo is displayed during POST. Select Yes if you want to clear the System Configuration Data during next boot. Automatically reset to No in next boot. Sets power on Numlock state.
Description If disabled, the embedded SCSI device is turned off and the device resources are hiddend from the system. ( This option is only present in the SCSI SKU) If enabled, initialize embedded SCSI device expansion ROM. ( This option is only present in the SCSI SKU)
On-board SCSI ROM
Feature On-board Video
Option Enabled Disabled
Description If disabled, embedded video is turned off and the device resources are hidden from the system.
I/O Device/ Peripheral Configuration
Feature Serial 1 (9-pin header) Address
Option Disabled 3F8h 2F8h 3E8h 2E8h Disabled 3F8h 2F8h 3E8h 2E8h Disabled Enabled Disabled Keyboard only Auto Keyboard and Mouse Disabled Enabled
Description Selects the base I/O address for serial port 1
Serial 1 ( 9-pin header) IRQ Serial 2 ( RJ45) Address
Selects the IRQ for serial port 1 Selects the base I/O address for serial port 2
Serial 2 (RJ45) IRQ Diskette Controller Legacy USB support
Selects the IRQ for serial port 2 If disabled, the diskette controller in the Super I/O is disabled. If disabled, legacy USB support is turned off at the end of the BIOS POST.
Front Panel USB
If disabled, the front panel USB ports are inactive
Feature Extended Memory Test
Option Disabled 1MB 1KB Every Location Installed Not Installed Disabled Installed Not Installed Disabled Installed Not Installed Disabled No Yes
Description Selects the size of step to use during Extended RAM tests.
Memory Bank #1
Displays the current status of the memory bank. Disabled indicated that a DIMM in the bank has failed and the entire bank has been disabled. Displays the current status of the memory bank. Disabled indicated that a DIMM in the bank has failed and the entire bank has been disabled. Displays the current status of the memory bank. Disabled indicated that a DIMM in the bank has failed and the entire bank has been disabled. Causes BIOS to retest all memory on next boot.
Memory Bank #2
Memory Bank #3
Feature User Password is Administrator Password is Set Administrative Password Set User Password
Option Not Installed Installed Not Installed Installed Press Enter
Description Status only; user cannot modify. Once set, can be disable by setting to a null string, or clear password jumper on board. Status only; user cannot modify. Once set, can be disabled by setting to a null string, or clear password jumper on board. When the Enter key is pressed, the user is prompted for a password; press ESC key to abort. Once set, can be disabled by setting to a null string, or clear password jumper on board. When the Enter key is pressed, the user is prompted for a password; press ESC key to abort. Once set, can be disabled by setting to a null string, or clear password jumper on board. If enabled, requires password entry before boot. Period of key/PS/2 mouse inactivity specified for Secure Mode to activate. A password is required for Secure Mode to function. Has no effect unless at least one password is enabled.
Password On Boot Secure Mode Timer
Disabled Enabled 1 minute 2 minutes 5 minutes 10 minutes 20 minutes 60 minutes 120 minutes
Feature Secure Mode Hot Key (Ctrl-Alt-) (Z) (L)
Description Key assigned to invoke the secure mode feature. Cannot be enabled unless at least one password is enabled. Can be disabled by entering a new key followed by a backspace or by entering delete. System boots in Secure Mode. The user must enter a password to unlock the system. Cannot be enabled unless at least one password is enabled. Blank video when Secure mode is activated. A password is required to unlock the system. This cannot be enabled unless at least one password is enable. This option is only present if the system includes an embedded video controller. When enabled, the power switch is inoperable. Enables/disables NMI control through the BMC for the front panel NMI button.
Secure Mode Boot
Disabled Enabled Disabled Enabled
Power Switch Inhibit NMI Control
Disabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
Feature System Management Console Redirection Event Log Configuration Assert NMI on PERR Assert NMI on SERR FRB-2 Policy N/A N/A N/A Disabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
Description Selects sub-menu Selects sub-menu Selects sub-menu If enabled, PCI bus parity error (PERR) is enabled and is routed to NMI. If enabled, PCI bus system error (SERR) is enabled and is routed to NMI. Controls the policy of the FRB-2 timeout. This option determines when the Boot Strap Processor (BSP) should be disabled if FRB-2 error occur. If enabled, the system will wait for user intervention on critical POST errors. If disabled, the system will boot with no intervention, if possible. Enable/Disable triggers for system sensor events inside the BMC.
Disable BSP Do Not Disable BSP Retry 3 Times Disable FRB2 Timer Enabled Disabled
POST Error Pause
Platform Event Filtering
Feature Boot Monitoring
Option Disabled 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 20 minutes 25 minutes 30 minutes 35 minutes 40 minutes 45 minutes 50 minutes 55 minutes 60 minutes Retry 3 times Retry Service Boot Always Reset
Description Sets the amount of time the OS Watchdog timer is programmed with. If disabled, the OS Watchdog timer is not programmed. BIOS programs this value in the BMC when setting the OS Watchdog timer at the end of POST.
Boot Monitoring Policy
Configures the system response to the expiration of the OS Watchdog timer. If Retry 3 times is selected, the system will attempt to boot the OS partition 3 times followed by the Service Partition once. If Retry Service Boot is selected, the system will attempt to boot the OS partition 3 times followed by the Service Partition 3 times followed by halting the system. If Always Reset is selected, the system will always retry booting the OS partition.
Feature Board Part Number Board Serial Number System Part Number System Serial Number Chassis Part Number Chassis Serial Number BIOS Revision BMC Device ID BMC Firmware Revision BMC Device Revision PIA Revision SDR Revision HSBP Revision N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Description Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only Information field only, hidden if not detected
Serial Console Redirection
Description Selects the Serial port to use for BIOS Console Redirection. Disabled completely disables BIOS Console Redirection. Selects the Serial port to use for ACPI Headless Console Redirection. Disabled completely disables ACPI Headless Console Redirection. When console redirection is enabled, use the baud rate specified. When the Emergency Management Port shares the COM port as console redirection, the baud rate must be set to 19.2K to match the Emergency Management Port baud rate, unless auto-baud feature is used. BMC/IPMI may override this value. NoFlow Control = No flow control CTS/RTS=Hardware base flow control XON/XOFF= Software flow control CTS/RTS+CD= Hardware based+Carrier Detect flow control must be set to CTS/RTS or CTS/RTS+CD depending on whether a modem is used.
BIOS Disabled Redirection Port Serial 1 (DB-9) Serial 2 (RJ45) ACPI Disabled Redirection Port Serial 1 (DB-9) Serial 2(RJ45) BIOS Redirection Baud Rate 9600 19.2K 57.6K 115.2K
BIOS Redirection Flow Control
No Flow Control CTS/RTS XON/XOFF CTS/RTS+CD
Feature BIOS Redirection Terminal Type
Option VT100+ VT-UTF8 PC-ANSI
Feature Lists Bootable Removable Devices in the System
Option + -
Description Use +/- keys to place the removable devices in the boot order you want. Includes Legacy 1.44MB floppy, 120MB floppy etc.
Option Exit Saving Changes Exit Discarding Changes Load Setup Defaults Load Custom Defaults Save Custom Defaults Discard Changes
Description Exit after writing all modified Setup item values to NVRAM. Exit leaving NVRAM unmodified. User is prompted if any of the setup fields were modified. Load default values for all SETUP items. Load values of all Setup items from previously saved Custom Defaults. Hidden if custom defaults are not valid to prevent. Stores Custom Defaults in NVRAM. Read previous values of all Setup items from NVRAM.
Fault Resilient Booting
Feature Late Post Timer Option Disable 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 20 minutes Stay On Reset Power Off Description This controls the time limit allowed for add-in card option ROM initialization. The system resets if the timer times out.
OS Boot Timer
Controls the policy of OS Boot Timer timeouts. No Action will take on over action, but the firmware may support enabling a platform LED. Reset will force the system to reset after a timeout occurs. Power off force the system to Power Off after a timeout occurs. This controls the time limit allowed to load the operating system from a Hard Disk Drive. This timer MUST BE DISABLED by Platform Instrumentation Software after operating system load. The timeout policy is controlled by the OS Boot Timer policy option. This controls the time limit to load the operating system from a device compliant with the PXE specification. This timer MUST BE DISABLED by Platform Instrumentation Software after operating system load. The timeout policy is controlled by the OS Boot Timer policy option. Chapter 2
Hard Disk OS Boot Timeout
Disable 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 20 minutes
PXE OS Boot Timeout Disable 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 20 minutes
This chapter contains step-by-step procedures on how to disassemble the server system for maintenance and troubleshooting. To disassemble the computer, you need the following tools: Wrist grounding strap and conductive mat for preventing electrostatic discharge A screw driver NOTE: The screws for the different components vary in size. During the disassembly process, group the screws with the corresponding components to avoid mismatch when putting back the components.
Before You Begin
Before proceeding with the disassembly procedure, make sure that you do the following: 1. 2. 3. Turn off the power to the system and all peripherals. Unplug the AC adapter and all power and signal cables from the system. Anti-static wrist strap.
BIOS Recovery Beep Codes
In the case of a Bootblock update, where video is not available for text messages to be displayed, speaker beeps are necessary to inform the user of any errors. The following table describes the type of error beep codes that may occur during the Bootblock update. BIOS Recovery Beep Codes Beeps Error message Recovery started Recovery boot error Flashing series of POST codes: E9h EEh EBh ECh EFh EEh POST Progress Code Description Start recovery process Unable to boot to floppy, ATAPI, or ATAPI CD-ROM. Recovery process will retry.
Series of long low-pitched single beeps 2 long highpitched beeps
Unable to process valid BIOS recovery images. BIOS already passed control to operating system and flash utility. BIOS recovery succeeded, ready for power-down, reboot.
Recovery BIOS will generate two beeps and flash POST code sequence of 0E9h, 0EAh, 0EBh, 0ECh, and 0EFh on the POST Progress Code LEDs. During recovery mode, video will not be initialized. One high-pitched beep announces the start of the recovery process. The entire process takes two to four minutes. A successful update ends with high-pitched beeps. Failure is indicated by a long series of short beeps.
Bootblock Error Beep Codes
Bootblock Error Beep Codes Beeps 11 Error message Refresh timer failure Parity error Base memory failure System timer Processor failure Keyboard controller Gate A20 failure Processor exception interrupt error Display memory read/ write error ROM checksum error Shutdown register error Invalid BIOS Parity can not be reset Base memory test failure. System timer is not operational Processor failure detected The keyboard controller may be bad. The BIOS cannot switch to protected mode. The CPU generated an exception interrupt. The system video adapter is either missing or its memory is faulty. This is not a fatal error. System BIOS ROM checksum error Shutdown CMOS register read/write error detected General BIOS ROM error Description The memory refresh circuitry on the mainboard is faulty.
Three-beep Boot Block Memory Failure Error Codes Beep Code 00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h-0Dh Dignostic LED Decoder G=Green, R=Red, A=Amber Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off G G G G G G G G Off Off Off Off G G G G Off Off Off Off G G G G Off Off G G Off Off G G Off Off G G Off Off G G Off G Off G Off G Off G Off G Off G Off G Off G Meanings No memory was found in the system Memory mixed type detected EDO is not supported First row memory test failure Mismatched DIMMs in a row Base memory test failure Failure on decompressing POST module Generic memory error
SMBUS protocol error Generic memory error
Jumpers and Connectors
The following figure shows the jumper and connector locations on the system board:
Label A B
Jumper Name RJ-45 Serial port Config CMOS CLR
Description Configurations either a DSR or a DCD signal to the connector. If these pins are jumpered, the CMOS settings are cleared. These pins should not be jumpered for normal operation. If these pins are jumpered, the password is cleared. These pins should not be jumpered for normal operation.
System Recovery and Update Jumpers
The server board SE7500WV2 provides one 11-pin single online header (J1D4), which provides a total of three 3-pin jumper blocks that are used to configure several system recovery and update options.
The following table describe each jumper option. Please note that pins 4 and 8 are removed.
Option CMOS Clear
Description If pins 1 and 2 are jumpered ( default ), preservation of configuration CMOS through system reset is controlled by the BMC. If pins 2 and 3 are jumpered, CMOS contents are set to manufacturing default during system reset.
Password Clear If pins 5 and 6 are jumpered ( default ), the current system password is maintained during system reset. If pins 6 and 7 are jumpered, the password is cleared on reset. Recovery Boot If pins 9 and 10 are jumpered ( default ) the system will attempt to boot using the BIOS programmed in the Flash memory. If pins 10 and 11 are jumpered, the BIOS will attempt a recovery boot, loading BIOS code from a floppy disk into the Flash device. This is typically used when BIOS code has been corrupted. 80
DCD to Pin#7
For serial concentrators that require a DSR signal ( Default), the J5A2 jumper block must be configured as follows: The Serial Port jumper in position 3 and 4. Pin 1 on the jumper is denoted by an arrow directly next to the jumper block.
DSR to Pin#7
For those server applications that require a DB9 serial connector, an 8-pin RJ45-to-DB9 adapter must be used. The following table provides the pin-out required for the adapter to provide RS232 support.
Signal Request to Send Data Terminal Ready Transmitted Data Signal Ground Ring Indicator Received Data DCD or DSR Clear To Send RTS DTR TD SGND RI RD
Abbr 9 2
1 or 6* 8
NOTE: The RJ45-to-DB9 adapter should match the configuration of the serial device used. One of two pin-outs configurations are used depending on whether the serial device requires a DSR or DCD signal. The final adapter configuration should also match the desired pin-out of the RJ45 connector, as it can also be configured to support either DSR or DCD. For example, Modem applications typically use a DCD signal. In this case the user would use a DCDconfigured adapter and set the jumper block as shown in.
FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List
This chapter gives you FRU ( Field Replaceable Unit ) listing in global configuration of Acer Altos R700.
Refer to this chapter whenever ordering for parts to repair or for RMA ( Return Merchandise Authorization ). Please note that WHEN ORDERING FRU PARTS, you should check the most up-to-date information available on your regional web or channel. For whatever reasons a part number change is made, it will not be noted on the printed Service Guide. For ACER AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS, your Acer office may have a DIFFERENT part number code from those given in the FRU list of this printed Service Guide. You MUST use the local FRU list provided by your regional Acer office to order FRU parts for repair and service of customer machines. NOTE: To scrap or to return the defective parts, you should follow the local government ordinance or regulations on how to dispose it properly, or follow the rules set by your regional Acer office on how to return it.
The part number of the exploded drawing is for reference only, for the most updated information, please refer to the Spare Parts List database.
Part Name 5V RISER CARD ACCESSORY
Description BOARD, 5V 2U RISER BULK
Part No. TC.R7003.008
ALTOS R700 MAINBOARD INTEL/ SE7500WV2
SERVERBOARD ( INTEL SE7500WV2 SERVERBOARD)
SERIAL CABLE-2U FOR ADDITIONAL REAR SERIAL PORT
SERIAL CABLE ACCESSORY TO ENABLE A SECOND REAR SERIAL PORT. FOR INTER SERVER CHASSIS SR2300
SERIAL CABLE CONVERTER DONGLE CABLE
SERIAL CABLE CA.R7003.002 CONVERTER DONGLE CABLES (RJ45 TO DB9) FOR SE7500WV2
TAPE DRIVE CABLE ACCESSORY KIT W/I POWER CONNECTOR AND TAPE CABLE
TAPE DRIVE CABLE ACCESSORY FOR INTEL SERVER CHASSIS SR2300
FRONT BEZEL FOR THE INTEL SERVER CHASSIS SR2300
Part Name HOTSWAP DRIVE CARIER ACCESSORY W/I ANTI-PLIABLE BOX
Description HOTSWAP DRIVE CARIER ACCESSORY, 1 INCH, BLACK
Part No. TC.R7003.001
POWERUNIT CAGE FOR 2 500W POWER SUPPLY W/O POWER SUPPLY MODULE
POWERUNIT FOR 500W 1+1 WITHOUT POWER MODULE FOR SR2300
POWER SUPPLY MODULE 500W FOR CHASSIS SR2300
OPTIONAL REDUNDANT 500W POWER SUPPLY MODULE FOR INTEL SERVER CHASSIS SR2300
SINGLE FAN UPGRADE TO 4 FANS FOR REDUNDANT COOLING MODULE ON CHASSIS
SINGLE FAN UPGRADE TC.R7003.007 TO 4 FANS FOR REDUNDANT COOLING FOR INTEL SERVER CHASSIS SR2300
CPU HEATSINK PLATE
HEATSINK FOR AAR700/G900
ACER ALTOS R700 CABLE KIT ( FROMT ITEM 12 TO ITEM 20) 12 N/A INCLUDE TWO RJ45 DONGLES ALTOS R700 CABLE KIT TZ.R7008.005
Part Name MOUSE/KEYBOARD DONGLE
Description SAME AS ABOVE
Part No. SAME AS ABOVE
SAME AS ABOVE
FAN BRACKET AND 3 FANS
FRONT PANEL CABLE
Part Name SCSI CABLE
RETENTION MODULE, SAME AS ABOVE AIR DAM AND SCREWS
ACER ALTOS R700 BOARD KIT ( FROMT ITEM 21 TO ITEM 23 ) 21 INCLUDE FRONT PANEL BOARD AND LIGHT PIPE ALTOS R700 BOARD KIT TZ.R7008.004
TWO PCI RISER CARDS
Part Name SCSI BACK PLANE
Model Definition and Configuration
The Altos R700 Model No. Define: 1. Trade Mark:
2. 3. 4.
Brand Name: Acer Description: Intel Xeon Processor from 1.8GHz to 2.4GHz or above Product Name: Acer Altos R700
Test Compatible Components
Altos R700 compatibility is tested and verified by Acers internal testing department. All of its system functions are tested under Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Advanced Server environment. In addition to these tests, the network communication functions are also tested under Novell NetWare 6.0 Red Hat Linux 7.3 SCO OpenServer 5.0.6 and SCO Unixware 7.1.1environments. Refer to the following lists for components, adapter cards, and peripherals which have passed these tests.
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Environment Test
Items CPU Xeon 2.6GHz/400FSB/512KB Xeon 2.4GHz/400FSB/512KB Xeon 2.2GHz/400FSB/512KB Xeon 2.0GHz/400FSB/512KB Xeon 1.8GHz/400FSB/512KB DDR module ( with ECC) 1GB PC2100 DDR registered Infineon 1GB 64x4x36 (128x4x18 stacked) CL2 HYB25D256400 AT-7/HYS72D128020-7-A Apacer DDR 64x4x36 (128x4x18 stacked) CL2.5 Infineon HYB25D256400 AT-7 512MB PC2100 DDR registered Infineon DDR 32x8x9 CL2 HYB25D256800 AT-7/HYS72D32000GR-7-A Apacer DDR 32x8x9 CL2.5 Infineon HYB25D256800 AT-7 128MB PC2100 DDR registered SCSI RAID card 4ch Ultra160 RAID card, PCI LSI Enterprise 1600, 64bit/66MHz Q12160A, i960RN 64/66, Battery Backup Module & 64MB SDRAM F/W C170, W2K driver 5.25, Acer Altos CD4.0 LSI MegaRAID Elite 1600 64MB, 64bit/66MHz PCI, i960RN, F/W C170, Acer Altos CD 4.0, W2K driver 5.25 LSI MegaRAID Elite 1600 128MB with Battery back up, 64bit/66MHz PCI, i960RN, F/W C170, Acer Altos CD 4.0. W2K driver 5.25 Intel Pionner SQ. U320 64Bit 64/66 MHz, 80303 64MB DDR U160 53C1010R 2ch, 64/66MHz PCI-2.2 BIOS 4.19 with 7conn U160 SCSI cable w/o SDMS CD4.8 for Altos Seagate Cheetah146LP ST3146807LC f/w IBM Daytona146, f/w Seagate Cheetah X15 73LP ST373453LC f/w Seagate Cheetah 146LP ST373307LC f/w 73GB, U320, 10K RPM 36GB, U320, 15K RPM IBM Daytona146 ,f/w IBM Discovery II 73LZX IC35L073UCD210, f/w S5CQ Seagate Cheetah X15 73LP ST336753LC f/w Apacer DDR 16x8x9 CL2 Infineon HYB25D128800 AT-7 Prestonia, C1 stepping, FC-mPGA2P/INT-mPGA,603pin Specifications
2ch Ultra160 RAID card, PCI
0ch Ultra320 SCSI RAID Card SCSI Card 2ch U160 SCSI card
SCSI Hard Drive (80 pin) 146GB, U320, 10K RPM 73GB, U320, 15K RPM
Items 36GB, U320, 10K RPM 18GB, U320, 15K RPM 18GB, U320, 10K RPM SCSI Tape Drive DDS4 20/40GB, Internal IBM Daytona146, f/w
Specifications Seagate Cheetah 146LP ST336607LC f/w IBM Piranha IC35L036UCPR15 f/w S80D Seagate Cheetah X15 73LP ST318453LC f/w IBM Daytona146, f/w IBM Piranha IC35L018UCPR15 f/w IBM Discovery II 73LZX IC35L018UCD210, f/w S5CQ HP DDS4 20/40GB, 68pin, interface UW 40MB, rev. B004 f/w C104 C5683-00156 kit includes DDS4, data media, clean media, acerlogo front bezel HP DDS4 20/40GB, 68pin, interface UW 40MB, rev. B004 f/w C104 C5683-00158 kit includes DDS4, data media, clean media, acerlogo front bezel and Tapeware v6.20 SP4C Sony AIT-1 SDX400C/R(5.25 bay), Dust-proof bezel, 35/91GB, 68pin, UW 40MB, f/w 0702, Driver 2.00.000.8 for Windows Shipping kit includes AIT1, data media, clean media, CD with manual/drivers and s/w compatibility list Sony AIT-1 data cartridge 35GB with 230m 3COM 3C996B-T-P25V 10/100/1000 Server Network Int. card, Gigabit PCI-X 64/133MHz, Coper Broadcom 5701 Driver kit5.5.7
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