HP Proliant DL180 Server
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487502-001-BN by Hewlett Packard HP (Factory New) The ProLiant DL180 G6 Server is a low cost, high capacity storage optimized server, that delivers on a history of design excellence and 2U density for a variety of rack deployments and applications. QuickPath Technology: QuickPath Interconnect 4.8 GT/s, .
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Part Numbers: 487502-001-BN, 487502-001BN
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HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server
Combining storage density, expandability, and energy efficiency, the new HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server gives you an extremely flexible computing platform with powerful compute technology and ample I/O and storage.
With the HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server, you will find a cost-effective, general purpose rack server that effectively meets the needs of growing businesses and corporate scale-out. The HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server is a powerful dual-processor capable server that delivers power efficiency and essential features for 32-bit and 64-bit applications. Developed to address the needs of small and medium enterprises, the DL180 G6 offers the efficiencies of a rack server while maintaining the economics of a tower server.
The G6 has an array of new features and innovations that set it apart from previous generations and the competition. The DL180 G6 features the latest Intel Xeon processors, increased dual in-line memory module (DIMM) slot count, small form factor (SFF) drives, 28 TB internal storage capacity, and efficient memory and power supplies. The HP DL180 G6 is a flexible space-saving solution, combining the benefits of a compute node with those of a storage server. Moreover, with improved features providing enhanced reliability, simplified maintenance, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO), it can help you handle complex business requirements with ease.
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PCI Riser options give you the ability to replace two x8 slots with one x16 slot Four-drive LFF models can be expanded with eight drives option kit Ease of Ownership The HP ProLiant DL180 G6 delivers performance and value while being very easy to own. Optional high-efficiency power supplies and low-voltage CPUs help achieve lower total cost of ownership Industry-standard management tools from your choice of leading operating system vendors make the DL180 G6 easy to set up, maintain, and troubleshoot Tool-less rail kits save time during rack installation Dense 2U rack design and efficient power supply choices facilitate increased usage of server rack and data center space Rack-optimized, 2U form factor allows fast deployment and efficient maintenance of large-scale cluster solutions Easy-access chassis and internal component labels enable fast and simple maintenance and expansion Enhanced reliability Embedded HP NC362i dual-port 1 Gb NIC features load-balancing, failover, and sideband supportreducing network latency Support for up to two (2) redundant hot plug power supplies helps keep environments up and running Internal USB option provides additional connectivity and security Trusted Platform Module (TPM) option facilitates enhanced data protection Energy Efficiency Leadership The HP DL180 G6 comes with new features and components that reduce power consumption without affecting performance. This is ideal for energy-conscious customers. With a family of high-efficiency power supplies, you can lower your power consumption and make sure that you do not oversubscribe your power requirements. With the DL180 G6, you can: Reclaim lost data center power with right-sized ProLiant power supplies that enable you to meet your exact needs Choose from 460W, 750W power supplies that are up to 94 percent efficient Benefit from common power slots that significantly reduce the spares needed Rely on efficient choices at the component level power supplies, low-power processors and memory, voltage regulatorsto conserve energy
Processor and memory Processor Type Available Processors Intel Xeon 5500 and 5600 series Six-Core Intel Xeon Processor X5650 (2.66 GHz, 95W) Six-Core Intel Xeon Processor X5660 (2.80 GHz, 95W) Six-Core Intel Xeon Processor X5670 (2.93 GHz, 95W) Six-Core Intel Xeon Processor L5640 (2.26 GHz, 60W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor E5640 (2.66 GHz, 80W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor E5630 (2.53 GHz, 80W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor E5620 (2.40 GHz, 80W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor L5630 (2.13 GHz, 40W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor E5540 (2.53 GHz, 80W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor E5520 (2.26 GHz, 80W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor E5506 (2.13 GHz, 80W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor E5504 (2.00 GHz, 80W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor L5630 (2.13 GHz, 40W) Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor L5520 (2.26 GHz, 60W) Dual-Core Intel Xeon Processor E5503 (2.0 GHz, DC) 6, 4, or MB, 8 MB, or 4 MB Level 3 cache 2.93 GHz MHz PC3-10600E DDRPC3-8500 DDR4 GB, 8 GB, or 16 GB depending on model 192 GB using 16 GB DIMMs 12 DIMM Advanced ECC Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Plug Plug Plug Plug Plug 3.5-inch SAS 3.5-inch SATA 2.5-inch SAS 2.5-inch SATA SATA Midline SSD
Processor Core Processor Cache Max Processor Speed Multi-processor Maximum Front Side Bus Speed Memory Type Standard Memory Max Memory Memory slots Advanced Memory Protection Storage Type
Max number of hard drives
25 Note: Up to 14 hot plug LFF SAS 7.2K rpm 2 TB and 15K 1 TB and 300/147/72 GB Up to 14 hot plug LFF SATA 7.2K rpm 1 TB and 750/500/250/160 GB Up to 25 hot plug SFF SAS 15K rpm 146/72 GB, 10K rpm 600/300/146, 7.2K rpm 500 GB Up to 25 Hot plug SFF SATA 7.2K rpm 500/160 GB total, 3 or 4 available depending on model HP Smart Array P212, HP Smart Array P410, or HP Smart Array B110i SATA RAID Controller on standard models; optional Smart Array controllers
Removable Media Bays Expansion Slot Storage Controller Deployment Form Factor Rack Height Networking Infrastructure Management Redundant Power Supply Redundant Fans Warranty
Rack 2U Embedded HP NC362i Integrated Dual Port Gigabit Server Adapter ProLiant Onboard Administrator powered by Lights-Out 100i 1 built-in power supply (optional redundant power supply) Optional 3-year parts
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The HP ProLiant DL180 G6 Server provides ultimate flexibility and capacity for small and mid-sized businesses as well as scale-out computing. Small and mid-size businesses Performance in a cost-effective solution can meet small and mid-size business budget needs. Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors and DDR3 memory options allow for fast throughput on most applications. Network service providers Large capacity and low-cost drive options make the DL180 G6 ideal for gaming, mail and messaging; Web search; 1 GB mailboxes; video storage and streaming; file/print; and photo applications. Rack-optimized, 2U form factor enables fast deployment and efficient maintenance of large-scale cluster solutions.
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When changing the system configuration including:
Setting the system time and date Configuring the hard drives Specifying the boot device sequence Configuring the power management modes Setting up system passwords or making other changes to the security setup
When a configuration error is detected by the system and you are prompted by a Run Setup message to make changes to the BIOS settings.
NOTE: If you repeatedly receive Run Setup messages, the battery located on the system board (XBAT1) may be defective. In this case, the system cannot retain configuration values in CMOS. Ask a qualified technician for assistance. The Setup Utility loads the configuration values in a battery-backed nonvolatile memory called CMOS RAM. This memory area is not part of the system RAM, which allows configuration data to be retained when power is turned off. The values take effect when the system is booted. POST uses these values to configure the hardware. If the values and the actual hardware do not agree, POST generates an error message. You must run the Setup Utility to change the BIOS settings from the default or current configuration.
Accessing the Setup Utility
Turn on the monitor and the server. If the server is already turned on, save your data and exit all open applications, then restart the server. During POST, press F10. If you fail to press F10 before POST is completed, you need to restart the server and repeat this step. The first page displayed is the Main menu. Use the left () and right () arrow keys to move between selections on the menu bar.
Figure 1 Main menu
NOTE: System Serial Number and Asset Tag are not updated even when CMOS defaults are loaded or CMOS is cleared.
Navigating through the Setup Utility
Use the keys listed in the legend bar on the bottom of the Setup screen to access the various menu and submenu screens of the Setup Utility. Figure 1 in the previous section shows the legend bar at the bottom of the Main menu. Table 1 lists these legend keys and their respective functions. Table 1 Setup Utility navigation keys Key
Move between selections on the menu bar. Move the cursor to the field you want. The currently selected field is highlighted. The right side of each menu screen displays the Item Specific Help panel. This panel displays the help text for the selected field. It updates as you move the cursor to each field.
Select a value for the currently selected field if it is user-configurable. Press the (+) or (-) keys repeatedly to scroll through each value one at a time, or press the Enter key to choose from a pop-up menu that displays all possible values at once. A parameter that is enclosed in square brackets [ ] is user-configurable. Grayed-out parameters are not user-configurable for one of the following reasons:
The field value is auto-configured or auto-detected. The field value is informational only. The field is password-protected.
Enter Select a field value or display a submenu screen. Indicates a submenu field. To view a submenu screen, use the and keys to move the cursor to the submenu you want, then press Enter. Esc When you press this key:
On a primary menu screen, the Exit menu displays. On a submenu screen, the previous screen displays. On a pop-up menu, closes the pop-up without making a selection.
F1 Displays the General Help screen. See Figure 2. The General Help screen describes other Setup navigation keys that are not displayed on the legend bar. F9 F10 Loads the default system values. Saves all changes to settings and closes the Setup Utility.
Figure 2 General Help Screen
Setup Utility menus
Figure 3 Main Menu
NOTE: The time is in 24-hour format. For example, 5:30 A.M. appears as 05:30:00, and 5:30, P.M. as 17:30:00. If you clear CMOS, setup time and date values will be 00:00:00 and 02/29/2006.
Table 2 Main menu fields Field
System Overview Processor System Memory Power Supply Asset Tag System Serial Number System Time System Date Boot Settings Configuration
Displays the system ROM Version, the date when the Setup utility was created and identification number. Displays the CPU version, speed and count. Displays the amount of conventional memory detected during POST. Displays the redundant power supply. Enter the server asset tag. Enter the server serial number. The serial number is indicated on the serial number label pull tab on the front panel. Adjusts the system time. Adjusts the system date. Sets which options to run during system boot up. Press Enter to access the related submenu. For details on the submenu options, see the Boot Settings Configuration submenu section on page 10.
Boot Settings Configuration submenu
Figure 4 Boot Settings Configuration submenu
Table 3 Boot Settings Configuration submenu fields Field Description Options
Disabled Enabled Enabled
Table 14 Serial Port Configuration submenu fields Field
Serial Port Assignment
This setting will assign the serial port connector to the system. This is the default setting. This setting will assign the serial port connector to the BMC (Baseboard management controller
System BMC Enabled Disabled Direct Modem
Serial Port Switching This setting allows the Serial port switch between system and BMC. This is the default setting This setting will prevent the Serial port from switching between system and BMC. Serial Port Connection Mode Serial port connection mode is Direct. This is the default setting Serial port connection mode is Modem
Figure 18 LAN Configuration submenu
Table 15 LAN Configuration submenu fields Field
Share NIC Mode
Setting this value will prevent support from share NIC mode Setting this value will allow support share NIC mode.(Disabled the KVM).
Disabled Enabled Enabled Contents 23
DHCP IP Source
Setting this value will allow dynamic IP assignment.
Table 15 LAN Configuration submenu fields Field Description
Setting this value will allow manual IP assignment.
Figure 19 Watchdog Configuration submenu
Table 16 Watchdog Configuration submenu fields Field
POST Watchdog Timer Action
Set this value to allow BMC to reset if the operating system crashes or hangs. Disabling this option disables any BMC action if OS crashes or hangs. This is the default setting. Set this value to allow BMC to power down if the operating system crashes or hangs. Set this value to allow BMC to power cycle if the operating system crashes or hangs.
Reset System Disabled Power Down Power Cycle 10 Min 5 Min
BMC Watch Dog Time Out
Sets a10 minute timeout valuefor BMC to wait before assuming the system has crashed and needs to reset. This is default value. Sets a 5 minute timeout value for BMC to wait before assuming the system has crashed and needs to reset. This is the default setting.
Table 16 Watchdog Configuration submenu fields Field Description
Sets a 15 minute timeout valuefor BMC to wait before assuming the system has crashed and needs to reset. Sets a 20 minute timeout value for BMC to wait before assuming the system has crashed and needs to reset. Sets a 25 minute timeout valuefor BMC to wait before assuming the system has crashed and needs to reset. Sets a 30 minute timeout value for BMC to wait before assuming the system has crashed and needs to reset.
15 Min 20 Min 25 Min 30 Min
Figure 20 Hardward health information submenu
Figure 21 Fan Control Policy submenu
Type the same password in the Confirm New Password box to verify the first entry, then press Enter, The Password Installed OK windows display, press Enter to finish
Figure 35 Confirm New Password submenu
Figure 36 Password installed
To clear the administrator password:
In the Security menu screen, in the Clear Administrator Password field, press Enter. The Clear Administrator Password window displays. The OK is to clear the administrator password, the cancel is to discard the password.
Figure 37 Clear Administrator Password submenu
In the Security menu screen, in Password Check [setup] field, press Enter. The Setup is to check password while invoking setup, the Always is to check password while invoking setup a well as on each boot.
Figure 38 Password Check submenu
Table 24 Password Check fields Option
Setup Always 3.
Set this value need to check password while invoking the set up utility. Set this value must check password while invoking setup on each boot.
Press F10 to save the changes you made and close the Setup Utility.
The Exit menu displays several options on how to quit the Setup Utility. Select any of the exit options then press Enter.
Figure 39 Exit menu
Table 25 Exit menu options Option
Save Changes and Exit Discard Changes and Exit Discard Changes Load Option Default
Save the changes made and exit the Setup Utility Discard the changes and exit the setup utility Discard the changes in the utility Loads the default settings for all BIOS setup fields.
The boot-time diagnostic screen displays basic and important information about the current server configuration and is necessary for troubleshooting and may be required when asking for technical support. This information includes:
BIOS version and release date BMC firmware version Size of the system and video memory, as well as the memory size allotted for the cache RAM and option ROM Serial port base I/O address Available hard drives and expansion boards Server asset tag and serial number MAC address of each of the three LAN ports
It is recommended that you check this screen during the initial system setup and each time you install, remove, or upgrade accessories. You first need to enable the display of the diagnostic screen during bootup. Follow the steps below. Boot-time diagnostic screen To view the boot-time diagnostic screen
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
In the Main menu screen, select Boot Options. Select the Boot Summary Screen field. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) key to set the field to Enabled. Press F10 to save the changes you made and close the Setup Utility. Reboot the server. The diagnostic screen is displayed briefly at the end of POST.
If an optional POST code expansion board is installed in the server, during these instances, the server emits a buzzing sound followed by a series of audible beeps. An external ROM module can also issue audible errors, usually consisting of one long tone followed by a series of short tones. If you get a blank screen on boot but hear beeps, count the beeps and refer to Table 18 for their corresponding meaning. If you miss the beep code:
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Turn off the server by pressing the power button for five seconds or more. Restart the server by pressing the power button. Listen for the signal again. The 8-bit error code is broken down to four 2-bit groups (Discard the most significant group if it is 00). Each group is made one-based (1 through 4) by adding 1. Short beeps are generated for the number in each group.
The routine derives the beep code from the test point error as follows:
Example: Test point 01Ah = = 1-2-3-3 beeps Table 27 lists the checkpoint codes written at the start of each test and the beep codes issued for terminal errors. Table 27 Checkpoint codes
01h 02h 03h 04h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Eh 0Fh 10h 11h 12h 13h 14h
Initialize IPMI Verify real mode Disable non-maskable interrupts Get processor type Initialize system hardware Disable shadow and execute code from the ROM Initialize chipset with initial POST values Set IN POST flag Initialize processor registers Enable processor cache Initialize caches to initial POST values Initialize I/O component Initialize the local bus IDE Initialize power management Load alternate registers with initial POST values Restore processor control word during warm boot Initialize PCI bus mastering devices Initialize keyboard controller Contents 44
Table 27 Checkpoint codes
16h 17h 18h 1Ah 1Ch 20h 22h 24h 26h 28h 29h 2Ah 2Bh 2Ch 2Eh 2Fh 30h 32h 33h 34h 35h 36h 37h 38h 39h 3Ah 3Ch 3Dh 41h 42h 45h 46h 2-1-2-3 1-3-4-1 1-3-4-3 1-3-1-1 1-3-1-3
BIOS ROM checksum Initialize cache before memory auto size 8254 timer initialization 8237 DMA controller initialization Reset programmable interrupt controller Test DRAM refresh Test 8742 keyboard controller Set ES segment register to 4 GB Enable gate A20 line Autosize DRAM Initialize POST memory manager Clear 512 KB base RAM Initialize extended CMOS RAM failure on address line xxxx RAM failure on data bits xxxx of low byte of memory bus Enable cache before system BIOS shadow RAM failure on data bits xxxx of high byte of memory bus Test processor bus-clock frequency Initialize AMI Dispatch Manager Test CMOS Reinitialize registers Warm start shut down Reinitialize chipset with initial POST values Shadow system BIOS ROM Reinitialize caches to initial POST values Auto size cache Advanced configuration of chipset registers Load alternate registers with CMOS values Initialize extended memory for ROM pilot Initialize interrupt vectors POST device initialization Check ROM copyright notice
a. Perform the pre-installation procedures described on page 73. b. Move the memory modules installed in slots DIMM1 and DIMM2 to their original locations in
slots DIMM3 and DIMM4.
Perform the post-installation procedures described on page 73.
Table 28 Supported network operating systems (NOS) NOS
Microsoft Windows Server 2003Enterprise, Standard, and Web Editions Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2Enterprise, Standard, and Web Editions Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for 64-bit
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Extended SystemsEnterprise and Standard Editions Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 for 64-bit Extended SystemsEnterprise and Standard Editions Microsoft Windows Vista (32- and 64-bit) Enterprise, Standard, and Web Editions (beta support) Red Hat Enterprise Linux Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (32- and 64-bit)AS, ES, and WS versions Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (32- and 64-bit)AS, ES, and WS versions
SUSE Linux Enterprise SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (32- and 64-bit) SUSE Server Linux Enterprise Server 10 (32- and 64-bit) Sun Solaris Enterprise Sun Solaris 10 (64-bit)
NOS pre-installation procedure
Perform the two pre-NOS installation steps in this section before installing the NOS of your choice.
Configure the hardware aspect of the server. Update the server BIOS.
Prepare the server following the instructions in the HP ProLiant DL180 Server Installation Sheet. It is recommended that you do not install any third party adapter until you verify that the HP equipment is functioning properly and you complete the NOS installation. Your ProLiant server comes with new hard disk drive(s) that do not need specific setup. However, if you install additional used hard disk drives in your new server:
Note that most NOS installations remove all data from the hard disk on which they are installed. If you want to use additional hard disk drives to access existing data in the new server, HP
recommends that you install and configure any of these hard drives after completing the NOS installation.
If you want to recycle used hard drives, use a utility such as fdisk to erase all data and partitions from that particular hard drive.
2. 3. 4. 5.
Follow the procedures corresponding to the type of hard disk that is installed in the server. At the Welcome to Setup screen, press Enter to continue. Press F8 to accept the licensing agreement At the drives partitioning screen, select the target drive. If you want to use the entire drive to install the Windows NOS, press Enter. Otherwise, press C to create a drive partition. NOTE: Windows Server 2003 does not have the 2-GB limitation present in Windows NT 4.0. In this example, we will create a 10-GB partition.
a. Press C to create a partition. b. At the Create partition size prompt, type 10240, then press Enter. c.
Select unpartitioned space and press C again to create additional partitions. HP recommends that you create all the partitions needed for each hard drive present on your system.
Select the target drive to be used to install the Windows NOS, then press Enter. On the next screen, select Format the partition using the NTFS file system, then press Enter. The installer formats and copies files to the hard drive, after which the system reboots and launches the Windows NOS graphic interface. Be sure to remove the Windows NOS CD-ROM before rebooting. You can now customize your installation using the graphical interface.
NOTE: The network settings may need to be customized to your environment. Refer to the Windows NOS manual should you need further details on the networking settings.
After completing the customization phase, click Next to proceed with the installation. The installation status is indicated by the Install Network progress bar. This may take some time. After the installation is completed, the system automatically reboots.
At the Welcome to Windows dialog box, press Ctrl-Alt-Del, then log on as Administrator.
If you have successfully installed the Windows NOS, the Configure Your Server wizard launches. Close this window to postpone the customization of the server until all of the installation steps are completed. You can open the Configure Your Server wizard at any point by clicking Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > Configure Your Server.
Section 3. Completing the installation
Phase 1 - Installing the chipset driver
Insert the Support CD in the servers optical media drive. By default, the Support CD automatically runs and displays the Welcome page. However, if this does not occur, double-click the Startup.htm file located on the root directory of the Support CD.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Click the HP ProLiant DL180 server drivers for chipset, Network, and Video link. Select the ServerEngines chipset driver option for Windows [NOS version] option. The File Download dialog box displays. Click Open to download the driver. The Security Warning dialog box displays. Click Yes. The installation menu for the selected driver is displayed. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the ServerEngines chipset driver. After completing the installation, reboot the server.
Phase 2 - Installing the HP network driver
During the Windows NOS installation, the OS may not detect the embedded HP network interface card. The following procedure helps you install the LAN driver using the Support CD.
Insert the Support CD in the servers optical media drive. By default, the Support CD automatically runs and displays the Welcome page. Close this window. Click Start > Settings > Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device Manager. Open the Other Devices tree, labeled with a yellow question mark (?), and double-click on the appropriate Ethernet Controller option to display its menu. Follow the installation wizard for additional configuration. Wait for the system to find the appropriate driver, and then click Next. Click Finish after the LAN driver has loaded. Close all open windows and restart the server to properly initialize the LAN adapter. After restarting Windows, configure the network settings for the LAN card to connect to your network. Verify connectivity.
Phase 3 - Installing the embedded video driver
Insert the Support CD in the servers optical media drive. By default, the Support CD automatically runs and displays the Welcome page. However, if this does not occur, double-click the Startup.htm file located on the root directory of the Support CD. Click the HP ProLiant DL180 server drivers for chipset, Network, and Video link.
Select the embedded VGA driver for the Windows [NOS version] option. The File Download dialog box displays.
3. 4. 5. 6.
Click Open to download the driver. The Security Warning dialog box displays. Click Yes. The installation menu for the selected driver is displayed. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the embedded VGA driver. After completing the installation, reboot the server.
Section 4. Configuring the system
Phase 1 - Performing a hardware status check
In this section, you will run the Windows NOS Device Manager tool to identify any issues with the installed devices or resource conflicts.
Click Start | Settings | Control Panel | System | Hardware | Device Manager. Verify that no devices have either a yellow exclamation mark (!) or question mark (?) symbol next to it.
An exclamation mark (!) means that there is a resource issue with the device. A question mark (?) means that the device is unknown.
If (!) or (?) symbols are reported, double-click each of the devices with (!) or (?). Refer to the Device Status message for troubleshooting. If a printer is available, click View | Print to get a report.
Verify that the installed drivers are digitally signed:
a. In the Device Manager window, select the device (such as HP AHA-29160) that you want to
d. Right-click Properties, then click the Driver tab. e. Locate the Digital Signer.
If the driver of that device is digitally signed, the message MS Windows 2003 Publisher or Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher displays. If the driver of the device is not digitally signed, HP recommends that you check HPs website at www.hp.com to install the latest driver package.
Close the Device Manager, System Properties, and Control Panel windows. Click Start | Programs | Administrative Tools | Event Viewer to make sure that there are no errors in the log.
NOTE: The Windows NOS Event Viewer may have recorded network errors because your network is not yet configured. Please disregard these errors.
Close the Event Viewer window.
Phase 2 - Initializing the hard drive
There are two types of hard drive configurations: Dynamic and Basic. You can select the appropriate type by right-clicking on the disk drive icon.
Dynamic drives are used to create volumes, which can contain more than one physical hard drive. Basic drives are used to create primary or local partitioned drives.
To manage different drives and partitions:
Click Start | Programs | Administrative Tools | Computer Management. Double-click Storage in the tree, then click Disk Management. The Write Signature and Upgrade wizard starts if you have new hard drives with no signatures on them. Follow the on-screen instructions to create the signature. Select the available hard disk space on the graphic and use menus to create additional partitions. Format all partitions that are not yet formatted. Close the Computer Management window.
Phase 3 - Adding Windows Terminal Services
Click Start | Settings | Control Panel | Add or Remove Programs. Click Add/Remove Windows Components. Locate then select the Terminal Services checkbox, then click Next. Select the mode you want to use, then click Next. There are two mode options: Remote administration mode and Application server mode.
NOTE: The following instructions are based on the Application server mode. Please note the licensing requirement listed on the screen for this mode. Consult with your Microsoft representative for setting the licensing server.
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Select the default permissions for application compatibility, then click Next. Click Next to accept the support tools and administrator tools settings. If prompted, insert the Windows NOS CD-ROM. Click Finish to close the wizard. Click Yes to reboot the system. Be sure to remove the Windows NOS CD-ROM from the drive. After the system reboots, log on to the system. Click Start | Settings | Control Panel | Administrative Tools. Check that the following services are now available:
You may test the link further by doing a ping between two clients. At the same command
prompt type: ping other_client_IPaddress
You should get four replies from the second client.
Copy files back and forth from the clients to the server. Click Start | Programs | Terminal Services Client | Terminal Services Client on a client you installed Terminal Services on. Select the target server from the Available Servers list displayed on the screen. Click Connect. Complete the User ID and Password login form.
To test the network link using Terminal Services:
Phase 3 - Configuring the domain controller setup
The Windows NOS manual calls this process "Promoting the server to a domain controller.
Click Start | Programs | Administrative Tools | Configure Your Server. Select Active Directory. Scroll down and click Start the Active Directory wizard. Click Next to continue.
NOTE: The following instructions correspond to the standard steps for new domain creation. You may customize the options proposed by your Windows NOS to match your environment.
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Click Next at Domain Controller Type to accept the default settingDomain controller for a new domain. Click Next at Create Tree or Child Domain to accept the default settingCreate a new domain tree. Click Next at Create or Join Forest to accept the default settingCreate a new forest of domain trees. At the Full DNS name for new domain text box, type in the assigned DNS name for your server (for example: mycompany.com). Click Next. The system may take a few minutes before moving to the next screen. NOS installation 38 Click Next at the NetBIOS Domain Name dialog box to accept the default settingDomain NetBIOS name. Click Next at Database and Log Locations to accept the default directories. Click Next at Shared System Volume to accept the default settings. The system displays a dialog box that reads: "The Wizard can not contact the DNS Server" Confirm your DNS configuration, or install and configure a DNS server on this computer. Click OK. Click Next to accept the installation of DNS on your new server. Click Next to accept the default permission valuePermissions compatible with pre-Windows Server . Enter and confirm an administrator password, then click Next. Review the Summary display, then click Next to continue. The system starts configuring the active directory display. It will take a few minutes to complete. If prompted, insert the Windows NOS CD-ROM, then click OK to continue. The Configuring active directory display shows again. Click Finish to close the Wizard utility. This completes the active directory installation. Click Restart Now to reboot the system. Remove the Windows NOS CD-ROM if it is present. At the login prompt:
Section 1. Launching the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 installer
Turn on the server and insert the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 CD 1. The system displays a text menu.
Press Enter to start the installation. At the CD Found dialog box, click Skip. The Welcome to Red Hat Enterprise Linux page displays. Click Next to proceed through the customization of your installation.
Language Selection Select the language you prefer for the installation, then click Next to continue. Keyboard Configuration Your HP server comes with a Generic 104-key PC keyboard. After selecting the appropriate option for the keyboard layout, click Next to continue. Disk Partitioning Setup HP recommends selecting the automatic partitioning mode.
Click Automatically partition to continue. Remove all system partitions, then select a hard drive. Click Next to continue. If a Warning dialog box appears, click Yes to continue. At the Partitioning dialog box, click Next. Review the Disk Setup settings and modify if necessary, then click Next.
Boot Loader Configuration HP recommends keeping the default option, then click Next to continue. Network Configuration Review the Network Configuration settings and verify that they fit your environment, then click Next to continue. Firewall Configuration Review the Firewall Configuration settings and modify if necessary, then click Next to continue. Additional Language Support Review the Additional Language Support setting and modify if necessary, then click Next to continue. Time Zone Selection Review the Time Zone Selection setting and modify if necessary, then click Next to continue. Set Root Password Enter a root password consisting of at least six alphanumeric characters, then click Next to continue. Package Defaults Review the software selection and modify if necessary, then click Next to continue. Package Group Selection Review and modify the selection as necessary, then click Next to continue. If you selected the Custom install option, pre-determined packages have already been selected. However, depending upon your network environment additional packages may be necessary.
NOTE: Remember to select the appropriate package groups that match your network settings. For example, the DNS Name Server package may be required if you have set-up your new server to be the DNS controller.
Select Installation, then press Enter to proceed to the customization of your installation.
Section 2. Customizing the Installation
Language Select the language you prefer for the installation, then click Accept to continue. Media Check Skip this stage of the installation. Click Next to continue. License Agreement Read the license agreement. If the terms of the agreement are acceptable, click Yes, I agree to the license agreement, then click Next to continue. Installation Mode Click New Installation, then click Next to continue. Clock and Time Zone Modify the Clock and Time Zone settings, then click Next to continue. Installation Setting
Review the default installation settings and modify them to meet your network environment. Click Accept to initialize the installation process. Click Install to start the file copying. The system automatically reboots once the first part of the file copying is completed. You may be prompted to insert the rest of the SLES10 CD-ROMs, depending on the packages you have chosen to install.
Hostname and Domain Name Set host name and domain name, then click Next to continue. Password for the System Administrator Enter a root password consisting of at least six alphanumeric characters, then click Next to continue. Network Configuration Review the Network Configuration settings and verify that they fit your environment, then click Next to continue. Test Internet Connect Review the Network Configuration settings and verify that they fit your environment, then click Next to continue. Installation Setting Review the installation settings once again, then click Next to continue. User Authentication Method Select the authentication method appropriate for your environment, then click Next to continue. Add a New Local User
Follow the prompt to add a new local user account, then click Next to continue. Release Note Review the release notes, then click Next to continue. Hardware Configuration Review the default hardware settings and modify them as necessary, then click Next to continue. Installation Completed Click Finish to reboot the system and proceed to the login window
Installing Sun Solaris 10
Perform the procedures in this section to install Sun Solaris 10 to your ProLiant server.
HP ProLiant DL180 Server Support CD Sun Solaris 10 Update 1 DVD
NOTE: You must first install a DVD-compatible optical media drive on your ProLiant server before installing Sun Solaris 10.
A Windows PC that has a: Floppy drive Optical media drive Browser that supports HTML Two or more clients for testing purposes (optional)
Install Sun Solaris 10. Refer to the next section for detailed instructions. Install additional HP accessories. The HP ProLiant DL180 Server Support CD includes the drivers for accessories compatible to your server. Refer to the product manual enclosed with the accessory for the detailed installation procedure and/or to the attached readme.txt file associated with the driver. The readme.txt file can be found on the appropriate driver diskette.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from hot surfaces, allow the chassis and any installed hardware components to cool before touching them.
CAUTION: Follow the ESD precautions listed in Chapter 2 of the HP ProLiant DL180 Server Maintenance and Service Guide when handling any hardware component.
Turn off the server and all the peripherals connected to it. Disconnect the AC power cord from the power supply cable located on the server rear panel to turn off the service processor and reduce the risk of electrical shock. Remove the top cover from the chassis:
a. Loosen the captive screw on the rear panel. b. Slide the cover approximately 1.25 cm (0.5 in) toward the rear of the unit, then lift the cover
away from the chassis.
Figure 41 Removing the top cover
Place the top cover in a safe place for reinstallation later.
Be sure all components are installed according to the described step-by-step instructions. Check to make sure you have not left loose tools or parts inside the server. Reinstall any expansion boards, riser board assemblies, peripherals, board covers, brackets, and system cables that you have removed. Reinstall the top cover:
a. Place the cover on the chassis approximately 1.25 cm (0.5 in) toward the rear of the unit,
then slide the cover forward into place.
b. Tighten the captive screw on the rear panel. 5. 6.
Connect all external cables and the AC power cord to the system. Route the cables properly through the available cable management arrangement. Press the power button on the front panel to turn on the server.
Configuring the BMC
The server includes a BMC for systems management, which you can access through a 10/100 Mbps LAN port for IPMI management. To access the BMC through this LAN port, you must configure the IP address. You can configure the settings for the BMC by using either the Setup Utility or another system (such as a laptop) that is connected to the serial port on the server. The serial port can be controlled by the server or shared between the server and the BMC (the default setting). To configure the BMC through the Setup Utility:
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