HP ProLiant ML150 Gen9 Server User Guide

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Copyright 2014 Hewlett Packard Development Company L P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express. warranty statements accompanying such products and services Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty HP shall. not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Linux is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U S and other countries. Microsoft and Windows are U S registered trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. MicroSD is a trademark or a registered trademark of SD 3C in the United States other countries or both. Red Hat is a registered trademark of Red Hat Inc in the United States and other countries. VMware is a registered trademark of trademark of VMware Inc in the United States and or other jurisdictions. Component identification 7,Front panel components 7. Front panel LEDs and buttons 8,Rear panel components 9. Rear panel LEDs 10,System board components 11,System maintenance switch 12. NMI functionality 13,DIMM slot locations 13,Fan locations 14. Drive numbering 15,Hot plug drive LED definitions 16.
Operations 18,Power down the server 18,Power up the server 18. Remove the tower bezel 18,Install the tower bezel 19. Remove the access panel 19,Install the access panel 20. Remove the PCI air baffle 21,Remove the system air baffle 22. Install the system air baffle 23,Remove the fans 23.
Install the fans 24,Optional installation services 26. Optimum environment 26,Space and airflow requirements 26. Temperature requirements 27,Power requirements 28,Electrical grounding requirements 28. Server warnings and cautions 28, Identifying tower server shipping carton contents 29. Installing hardware options 29,Setting up a tower server 29.
Installing the server into a rack 30,Rack warnings 31. Powering on and selecting boot options in UEFI Boot Mode 32. Installing the operating system 32,Registering the server 33. Hardware options installation 34,Introduction 34,Second processor option 34. Drive options 40,Contents 3,Installing a hot plug drive 40. Installing a non hot plug drive 41,Memory options 45.
HP SmartMemory 46,Memory subsystem architecture 46. Single dual and quad rank DIMMs 47,DIMM identification 48. Memory configurations 48,General DIMM slot population guidelines 49. Installing a DIMM 50,Graphic card option 51,PCI air baffle option 53. Storage controller options 54,Installing a storage controller 54.
Dedicated iLO port management module option 56,Enabling the dedicated iLO management module 57. HP Redundant power supply option 58,HP Smart Storage Battery holder option 63. Optical drive option 65,Mini SAS H240 cable option 68. Mini SAS P440 P840 cable option 70,Eight bay SFF hot plug drive cage option 72. Four bay LFF non hot plug drive cage option 75,Four bay LFF hot plug drive cage option 78.
LFF drive enablement option 81,HP Trusted Platform Module option 84. Installing the Trusted Platform Module board 84,Retaining the recovery key password 86. Enabling the Trusted Platform Module 86,Cabling 87. Front panel cabling 87,Storage cabling 88,Hot plug SFF drive cabling 88. Hot plug LFF drive cabling 90,Non hot plug LFF drive cabling 92.
Power cabling 93,HP 550 W Power Supply cabling non hot plug 93. HP Redundant Power Supply cabling hot plug 94,System board power cabling 94. Cache module backup power cabling 95,HP Smart Storage Battery cabling 95. Optical drive cabling 96,Software and configuration utilities 97. Server mode 97,Product QuickSpecs 97,Active Health System 98.
HP RESTful API support for HP iLO 99,Integrated Management Log 99. HP Insight Remote Support 100,Intelligent Provisioning 100. HP Insight Diagnostics 101,Contents 4,Erase Utility 101. Scripting Toolkit for Windows and Linux 102,HP Service Pack for ProLiant 102. HP Smart Update Manager 102,HP UEFI System Utilities 103.
Using HP UEFI System Utilities 103,Flexible boot control 103. Restoring and customizing configuration settings 104. Secure Boot configuration 104,Embedded UEFI shell 105. Embedded Diagnostics option 105,HP RESTful API support for UEFI 105. Re entering the server serial number and product ID 105. Utilities and features 106,HP Smart Storage Administrator 106. Automatic Server Recovery 106,USB support 106,Redundant ROM support 107.
Keeping the system current 107,Access to HP Support Materials 107. Updating firmware or System ROM 108,Drivers 109,Software and firmware 110. Operating System Version Support 110,Version control 110. HP operating systems and virtualization software support for ProLiant servers 111. HP Technology Service Portfolio 111,Change control and proactive notification 111. Troubleshooting 112,Troubleshooting resources 112,System battery replacement 113.
Regulatory information 115,Safety and regulatory compliance 115. Belarus Kazakhstan Russia marking 115,Turkey RoHS material content declaration 116. Ukraine RoHS material content declaration 116,Warranty information 116. GS Gloss declaration 116,Electrostatic discharge 117. Preventing electrostatic discharge 117, Grounding methods to prevent electrostatic discharge 117.
Specifications 118,Environmental specifications 118. Server specifications 118,Power supply specifications 119. Hot plug power supply calculations 119,Support and other resources 120. Before you contact HP 120,HP contact information 120. Contents 5,Customer Self Repair 120,Acronyms and abbreviations 128.
Documentation feedback 132,Contents 6,Component identification. Front panel components,Item Description,1 Media bays 2. 2 Slim optical disk drive optional,3 USB 3 0 connectors. Component identification 7,Front panel LEDs and buttons. Item Description Status,1 Health LED Solid green Normal.
Flashing green 1 Hz cycle per sec iLO is rebooting. Flashing amber System degraded,Flashing red 1 Hz cycle per sec System critical. 2 NIC status LED Solid green Link to network,Flashing green 1 Hz cycle per sec Network active. Off No network activity,3 Power On Standby button Solid green System on. and system power LED Flashing green 1 Hz cycle per sec Performing power on sequence. Solid amber System in standby,Off No power present. To identify components in a degraded or critical state review the system IML or use iLO to review the system health. Facility power is not present power cord is not attached no power supplies are installed power supply failure has. occurred or the power button cable is disconnected. Component identification 8,Rear panel components,Item Description.
1 Video connector,2 USB 3 0 connectors,3 USB 2 0 connectors. 4 Slot 1 PCIe3 x8 8 4 1 for Processor 2,5 Slot 2 PCIe3 x8 8 4 1 for Processor 1. 6 Slot 3 PCIe3 x16 16 8 4 1 for Processor 2,7 Slot 4 PCIe3 x8 8 4 1 for Processor 1. 8 Slot 5 PCIe3 x16 16 8 4 1 for Processor 1,9 Slot 6 PCIe3 x8 8 4 1 for Processor 1. 10 Power supply,11 NIC connector 1,12 NIC connector 2.
13 Dedicated iLO port optional,Component identification 9. Rear panel LEDs,Item Description Status,1 Power supply LED Green System on. Off No power present,2 NIC link LED Green Linked to network. Off No network connection, 3 NIC activity LED Green or flashing green Network activity. Off No network activity,4 iLO link LED Green Linked to network.
Off No network connection, 5 iLO activity LED Green or flashing green Network activity. Off No network activity,6 UID LED Solid blue Activated. Flashing blue, 1 Hz cycle per sec Remote management or firmware upgrade in. 4 Hz cycle per sec iLO manual soft reboot sequence initiated. 8 Hz cycle per sec iLO manual hard reboot sequence in progress. Off Deactivated,Component identification 10,System board components. Item Description,1 4 pin power supply connector,2 DIMM slots for processor 2.
3 Processor 2,4 10 pin RPS connector,5 24 pin power supply connector. 6 Processor 1,7 DIMM slots for processor 1,8 Power supply sideband signal connector. 9 10 pin power supply connector,10 8 pin power supply connector. 11 Fan connector 3,12 Front I O connector,13 Front USB connector. 14 SATA connector 1,15 Mini SAS connector 1,16 Mini SAS connector 2.
17 SATA connector 2,18 TPM connector,19 Fan connector 1. 20 HP Smart Storage Battery connector,21 Storage backup power connectors. 22 GPU power connectors,23 Internal USB 2 0 connector. Component identification 11,Item Description,24 Internal USB 3 0 connector. 25 System maintenance switch,26 Fan connector 2,27 System battery.
28 NMI header,29 microSD slot,30 Dedicated iLO port connector. 31 Slot 6 PCIe3 x8 8 4 1 for Processor 1,32 Slot 5 PCIe3 x16 16 8 4 1 for Processor 1. 33 Slot 4 PCIe3 x8 8 4 1 for Processor 1,34 Slot 3 PCIe3 x16 16 8 4 1 for Processor 2. 35 Slot 2 PCIe3 x8 8 4 1 for Processor 1,36 Slot 1 PCIe3 x8 8 4 1 for Processor 2. System maintenance switch,Position Default Function.
S1 Off Off iLO 4 security is enabled,On iLO 4 security is disabled. S2 Off Off System configuration can be,On System configuration is locked. S3 Off Reserved,S4 Off Reserved,S5 Off Off Power on password is enabled. On Power on password is disabled,S6 Off Off No function. On ROM reads system configuration,as invalid,S7 Off Off Set default boot mode to UEFI.
On Set default boot mode to legacy,S8 Reserved,S9 Reserved. S10 Reserved,S11 Reserved,S12 Reserved, To access the redundant ROM set S1 S5 and S6 to on. When the system maintenance switch position 6 is set to the On position the system is prepared to erase all. system configuration settings from both CMOS and NVRAM. CAUTION Clearing CMOS and or NVRAM deletes configuration information Be sure to. properly configure the server or data loss could occur. Component identification 12, IMPORTANT Before using the S7 switch to change to Legacy BIOS Boot Mode be sure the HP. Dynamic Smart Array B140i Controller is disabled Do not use the B140i controller when the. server is in Legacy BIOS Boot Mode,NMI functionality. An NMI crash dump creates a crash dump log before resetting a system which is not responding. Crash dump log analysis is an essential part of diagnosing reliability problems such as failures of operating. systems device drivers and applications Many crashes freeze a system and the only available action for. administrators is to restart the system Resetting the system erases any information which could support. problem analysis but the NMI feature preserves that information by performing a memory dump before a. system reset, To force the system to invoke the NMI handler and generate a crash dump log do one of the following.
Use the iLO Virtual NMI feature, Short the NMI header System board components on page 11. For more information see the HP website http www hp com support NMI. DIMM slot locations, DIMM slots are numbered sequentially 1 through 8 for each processor The supported AMP modes use the. letter assignments for population guidelines,NOTE The arrow indicates the front of the server. Component identification 13,Fan locations,Single processor configuration. Item Description,Two processor configuration,Item Description.
Component identification 14,Drive numbering, If only one drive cage is installed it must be installed in box 2 With optional drive cages installed the server. supports up to 16 SFF hot plug drives up to 10 non hot plug LFF drives or up to 8 LFF hot plug drives The. server does not support mixing SFF and LFF drives, HP recommends that you populate drive bays starting with the lowest SAS or SATA device number Drives. are numbered from left to right in each component box. The following images show the drive numbering for each of the supported drive configurations For drive box. numbering information see Front panel components on page 7. Four bay LFF non hot plug drive model,Eight bay SFF hot plug drive model. HP ProLiant ML150 Gen9 Server User Guide Abstract This document is for the person who installs administers and troubleshoots servers and storage systems HP assumes you are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products with hazardous energy levels Part Number 781743 001 December 2014 Edition 1

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