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AT350 F1 SeriesUser Guide

Seite 2 - Acer AT350 F1

xRemoving and installing the processor 50Upgrading the system memory 53System memory interface 53Installing an expansion card 64Installing a SAS card

Seite 3 - Safety instructions

4 System BIOS88Altitude This feature defi nes how many meters above or below sea level the system is located.Sea Level or Below, 1~300, 301~600, 601~

Seite 4 - Using electrical power

89ACPI Configuration Use this feature to confi gure Advanced Confi guration and Power Interface (ACPI) power management settings for your system. P

Seite 5 - Disposal instructions

4 System BIOS90WHEA Support Select Enabled to enable Windows Hardware Error Architecture (WHEA) support which will provide a common infrastructure fo

Seite 6 - FCC notice

91Power Configuration Parameter Description OptionsWatch Dog FunctionIf the Watch Dog timer is set to enabled, the system will reboot when it is

Seite 7 - Laser compliance statement

4 System BIOS92Restore on AC Power LossUse this feature to set the power state after a power outage. Select Power-Off for the system power to remain

Seite 8 - List of applicable countries

93Security Settings The AMI BIOS provides a Supervisor and a User password. If you use both passwords, the Supervisor password must be set first. Sup

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4 System BIOS94If the User Password is installed, the following items will display.Boot Sector Virus ProtectionWhen enabled, the AMI BIOS displays a

Seite 10 - 5 System troubleshooting 105

95If this item is set to Yes, the following items will display.TPM Enabled/Disabled Status: No StateThis feature indicates if TPM support is enabled o

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4 System BIOS96Server Management System Information This submenu displays the following system information:• System Product Name• System Seria

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97IP Address SourceThis features allows the user to select how an IP address is assigned to a client computer or network device. Select DHCP (Dynamic

Seite 13 - 1 System tour

xiAppendix A Server management tools 115Server management overview 116RAID configuration utilities 117Intel Onboard SATA RAID Creation 117Adaptec Onbo

Seite 14 - System notes

4 System BIOS98Console Redirection Parameter Description OptionsConsole RedirectionSelect Enabled to use Console Redirection for remote access. I

Seite 15 - Front panel

99Event Log Configuration Sredir Memory Display DelayThis feature defines the length of time in seconds to display memory information.No DelayDe

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4 System BIOS100Boot ConfigurationUse this feature to configure boot settings. Boot Setting Configuration Parameter Description OptionsQuick Boot S

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101Boot Device Priority This feature allows the user to specify the sequence of priority for the Boot Device. The settings are 1st boot device, 2nd

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4 System BIOS102Network Drives This feature allows the user to specify the boot sequence from all available network drives.Retry Boot Devices Sel

Seite 19 - Rear panel

103Exit Options Select the Exit tab from the AMI BIOS Setup Utility screen to enter the Exit BIOS Setup screen. Parameter Description OptionsSave

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4 System BIOS104Load Optimal DefaultsTo set this feature, select Load Optimal Defaults from the Exit menu and press <Enter>. Then select OK to

Seite 21 - Internal components

5 Systemtroubleshooting

Seite 22 - Mainboard Layout

5 System troubleshooting106Resetting the system Before going through in-depth troubleshooting, attempt first to reset the system using one of the

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107Initial system startup problemsProblems that occur at initial system startup are usually caused by an incorrect installation or configuration. Hard

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5 System troubleshooting108Initial troubleshooting checklistUse the checklist below to eliminate possible causes for the problem you are encountering

Seite 26 - Mainboard jumper settings

109Hardware diagnostic testing This section provides a detailed approach to identifying a hardware problem and its cause.Checking the boot-up statusC

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5 System troubleshooting110Verifying the condition of the storage devicesAs POST determines the system configuration, it tests for the presence of ea

Seite 28 - Mainboard LEDs

111Specific problems and corrective actionsListed below are specific problems that may arise during the use of your server and their possible solution

Seite 29 - 2 System setup

5 System troubleshooting112Optical drive activity indicator does not light.Do the following:• Make sure the SATA and power cables are properly connec

Seite 30 - Setting up the system

113Network activity indicators do not light.Do the following:• Make sure the correct network drivers are loaded on the system.• Network might be idle.

Seite 31 - Connecting peripherals

5 System troubleshooting114• Make sure that you have properly installed system-compliant memory modules, and that they are populated according to the

Seite 32 - Rear connections

Appendix A Server management tools

Seite 33 - Turning on the system

Appendix A Server management tools116Server management overviewThe server management tools supported by this system are listed in the table below.Too

Seite 34 - Power-on problems

117RAID configuration utilitiesIntel Onboard SATA RAID CreationConfiguring Intel onboard SATA RAIDThis section briefly shows how to create RAID volume

Seite 36 - Turning off the system

Appendix A Server management tools1182The CREATE VOLUME MENU displayed.3 Type in the name of RAID volume.4 Select RAID 5 level.5 Select desired HDD t

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1196 Press <F10>.7 Select Ok to save the setting and close the Setup Utility.Entering onboard SATA RAID Configuration UtilityTo start Adaptec on

Seite 38 - Installation precautions

Appendix A Server management tools120Assigning a Hot Spare DriveA hot spare is a hard disk drive that automatically replaces any failed drive in a RA

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121Creating RAID Volume1 Select Configuration from the Management Menu.2 Select New Configuration from the Configuration menu. An array selection wind

Seite 40 - Opening the server

Appendix A Server management tools1225 Select Yes and the selected drive changes from READY to HOTSP.6 Press <Esc> to return to the Management

Seite 41 - Installing the side panel

1235 Press and hold the <Ctrl> key and select the drives that you want to add into the array. After selecting the drives, click on Add to Array.

Seite 42 - Accessing the drive bays

Appendix A Server management tools124Flex IO SAS RAID CreationConfiguring Flex IO SAS RAIDThis section briefly shows how to create RAID with Flex IO

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125Initialing a RAID Volume1 After you create the logical volumes on all of the RAID volume, click on Accept and Yes to save the configuration.2 Click

Seite 44 - Determining the drive status

Appendix A Server management tools126

Seite 45 - System with 2.5-inch

Appendix B Rack mount configuration

Seite 46 - 3 System upgrades

1 System tour2System notesThe AT350 F1 is an outstanding 4U dual socket rack-mountable tower server that supports up to two new generations of Intel

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Appendix B Rack mount configuration128Rack installation informationRack installation precautionsFollow the rack manufacturer's safety and instal

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129• Mechanical loading Exercise care when mounting the system in a rack to avoid any accidents.• Circuit overloading Appropriate consideration should

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Appendix B Rack mount configuration130System rack installation The server should be mounted into a rack. A tool-less rack rail kit is available for i

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131Vertical mounting hole patternThe four vertical rails of the system rack contain mounting holes arranged in a manner shown in the figure below: The

Seite 51 - 3.5-inch HDD bays

Appendix B Rack mount configuration132Installing the system into the rackCaution! To minimize the chances of injuries, make sure that two or more peo

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1333 Attach the inner rails to both sides of the server.(1) Align the screw holes on the rack handles with those on the server and use the screws from

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Appendix B Rack mount configuration1344 Install the mounting rails to the rack posts.(1) Align the left and right mounting rails to the front rack po

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1355 Extend the middle sliding piece of each mounting rail forward until you hear an audible click.

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Appendix B Rack mount configuration1366 Install the server in the system rack. (1) Insert the inner rails attached to the server into the mounting r

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1377 Secure the rack handles to the system rack. For security purposes, you can use screws to secure the rack handles to the front of the rack as illu

Seite 57 - Replacing the processor and

3External and internal structureFront panelWith 3.5-inch HDD bays

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Appendix B Rack mount configuration138

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Appendix C Acer Smart Console

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Appendix C Acer Smart Console140Using Acer Smart ConsoleAcer Smart Console has a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) and a standard Internet

Seite 61 - Air Flow

141Note: KVM Remote Console Redirection needs to run in a JAVA environment. Ensure the JAVA Runtime Environment Tool is installed.Accessing Acer Smart

Seite 62 - Replacing the processor

Appendix C Acer Smart Console142Acer Smart Console user interfaceThe Acer Smart Console page opens once you have logged in. This page provides a cent

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143Server HealthDisplays data related to the server's health, such as sensor readings and the event log. This menu has two options: Sensor Readin

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Appendix C Acer Smart Console144destination, please go to Alert section. To refresh the sensor status, just click Refresh.Event LogProvides a record

Seite 65 - Upgrading the system memory

145ConfigurationAllows you to designate email recipients for notification of system alerts, configure the Date and Time, configure the LDAP (Lightweig

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Appendix C Acer Smart Console146AlertsAllows you to designate up to 15 email recipients for notification of system alerts. When alerts occur, the sys

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1474 Enter a subject and message.5 Click Save.Date and TimeThe Date and Time option allows you to set the BMC date and time.LDAP (if available)The LDA

Seite 68 - Mirroring mode

1 System tour4With 2.5-inch HDD bays No. Icon Component Description1 Hard disk drive baysDrive bays for 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch hard disk dri

Seite 69 - Lockstep mode

Appendix C Acer Smart Console148Configuring LDAP settings1 On the LDAP Settings page and check Enable LDAP Authentication.2 Enter the required inform

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149Mouse modeThe Mouse mode option allows you to set a mouse mode to control your mouse.Setting the mouse mode1 Select a mouse mode from the Mouse Mod

Seite 71 - Sparing mode

Appendix C Acer Smart Console150settings by using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) or manually.Configuring network settings1 On the Network

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151Configuring Dynamic DNS1 On the Dynamic DNS Settings page, check Enable Dynamic DNS.2 Enter the required information to access the Dynamic DNS serv

Seite 73 - Memory identification

Appendix C Acer Smart Console152SMTPThe SMTP option allows you to configure the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) mail server settings.Configuring

Seite 74 - Installing a memory module

153SSL UploadThe SSL Certificate option allows you to upload a SSL certificate manually.Uploading an SSL certificate1 On the SSL Upload page, click Br

Seite 75 - Removing a memory module

Appendix C Acer Smart Console154UsersThe Users option allows you to create, edit, delete, and view user accounts from the user list.To configure user

Seite 76 - Installing a SAS card

155that allows the user to change the behavior of the out-of-band interfaces. Operator privilege can not disable individual channels or change user ac

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Appendix C Acer Smart Console156KVM Remote Console RedirectionThe KVM Remote Console Redirection option allows you to start the KVM Remote Console ut

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157Launch SOLSOL allows you to launch the remote console by using Serial over LAN.Click Launch SOL. Select the Baud rate from the pull-down menu as yo

Seite 79 - 4 System BIOS

56 HDD activity indicator Indicates the status of a system hard disk drive. 7 System status/fault indicatorIndicates the status of the system operati

Seite 80 - BIOS overview

Appendix C Acer Smart Console158Virtual MediaFloppy diskThis floppy disk option allows you to upload and share images via the BMC. These images will

Seite 81 - Entering BIOS Setup

159CD-ROM imageThis option allows you to upload and share images via the BMC. These images will then be emulated to the host server as USB application

Seite 82 - BIOS setup navigation keys

Appendix C Acer Smart Console160MaintenanceFirmware UpdateMaintenance allows you to upgrade the BMC firmware (including Acer Smart Console and FRU in

Seite 83 - Main menu

161IPMI configurationIPMI Configuration allows you to save the current configuration settings or to restore the settings to a previously-saved state.M

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Appendix C Acer Smart Console162• English Keyboard: The screen above shows the Virtual Keyboard in English. Click any key on the keyboard for your BM

Seite 85 - Advanced menu

163Macro hotkeys.• Macro Hotkeys: Click this item to display the macro hotkey pop-up submenu. The hotkeys include the following:•<Ctrl> + <Al

Seite 86 - Processor Configuration

Appendix C Acer Smart Console164the selection.• Close: After configuring the hotkey settings, click Close to close this submenu.PreferencesDisplayRec

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165Once you have selected a language to use, click OK.WindowFrom the Preference submenu, click Window to display the submenu. The Window pop-up menu w

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Appendix C Acer Smart Console166Preferences submenu: Click this item to access the Preferences submenu.Full-screen Mode: Click this item to change th

Seite 89 - ATA Controller Configuration

167ExitYes: At the prompt, click Yes to exit from remote redirection.No: Click No to return to the current session.

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1 System tour6Front panel LED indicator status LED indicatorLED colorLED state StatusPower state indicatorGreen On S0: Power OnGreen Blink (1 Hz

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Appendix C Acer Smart Console168

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169IndexNumerics5.25 inch device bayslocation 45.25 inch storage deviceinstalling 41removing 44AAcer Smart Setupscope 23using 23additio

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170thermal grease 52heatsink fan assemblyinstalling 48removing 45Iinstalling5.25 inch storage device 41additional hard disk drive 38har

Seite 94 - USB Configuration

1715.25 inch storage device 44hard disk drive with carrier 33heatsink fan assembly 45processor 50side panel 28system memory 63Ssafet

Seite 96 - Advanced Chipset Control

7Rear panel No. Icon Component Description1 Power supply moduleProvides power to the system. 2Server management port (10/100) Reserved for remote man

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Model Number : Serial Number: Purchase Date: Place of Purchase:© 2010. All Rights Reserved. Acer AT350 F1 SeriesUser Guide Acer AT350 F1

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1 System tour8 LAN port LED indicator status 6 Monitor port Connects to monitors.7 Gigabit LAN portConnects to an internet or intranet network.8 S

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9Internal components No. Component1 Power supply 2 Heat sink fan (HSF) assemblies3 Sliders for the 5.25" devices4 HDD carriers5 DIMM modules6 M

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1 System tour10Mainboard Layout No. Code Description1 P1 DIMM 3A,P1 DIMM 3B,P1 DIMM 3C,P1 DIMM 2A,P1 DIMM 2B,P1 DIMM 2C,P1 DIMM 1A,P1 DIMM 1B,P1

Seite 101 - ACPI Configuration

114 JPW1 24-pin ATX power connector5 JPW2/JPW3 8-pin 12V power connectors6 CPU2 Processor 2 socket7 FAN1 System fan header8 JF1 Front panel control he

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1 System tour1224 I-SATA4 Intel SB SATA connector 425 I-SATA5 Intel SB SATA connector 526 USB8 Front panel accessible USB connection27 USB10 Front pa

Seite 103 - Power Configuration

1347 FAN8/CPU1 CPU1 fan header48 UID SW1 System ID button49 CPU1 Processor 1 socket50 LAN2 LAN2 port51 LAN1 LAN1 port52 COM1VGASerial port (top)VGA po

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1 System tour14Mainboard jumper settings No. Code Jumper Default Setting1 JP7 ME Mode Select Open (Normal)2 JP5 ME Recovery Open (Normal)3 JWD Watch

Seite 105 - Security Settings

156 JPB Enable BMC 1-2 Close: Enabled2-3 Close: Normal (default setting)7 JPL1 Enable GLAN ports 1-2 Close: Enabled (default setting)2-3 Close: Disab

Seite 106 - Clear Case Open Status

1 System tour16Mainboard LEDs No. LED Description State Status1 LE1 Standby power LED Green: On Power on2 LEM1 BMC heartbeat LED Green: blinking BMC

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2 System setup

Seite 108 - Server Management

iiiInformation for your safety and comfortSafety instructionsRead these instructions carefully. Keep this document for future reference. Follow all wa

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2 System setup18Setting up the systemPre-installation requirementsSelecting a siteBefore unpacking and installing the system, select a suitable site

Seite 110 - Console Redirection

19Connecting peripheralsRefer to the illustration below for specific connection instructions on the peripherals you want to connect to the system.Fron

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2 System setup20Rear connectionsNote: Consult the operating system manual for information on how to configure the network setup.Caution: Do not route

Seite 112 - Boot Configuration

21Turning on the system After making sure that you have properly set up the system, applied power and connected all the necessary peripherals, you can

Seite 113 - CD/DVD Drives

2 System setup22Power-on problemsIf the system fails to boot after you have applied power, check the following factors that might have caused the boo

Seite 114 - Network Drives

23Configuring the system OS Acer Smart Setup assists you to conveniently install your choice of operating. To start using Acer Smart Setup, follow th

Seite 115 - Exit Options

2 System setup24Turning off the system There are two ways to turn off the server—via software or via hardware. The software procedure below applies t

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3 System upgrades

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3 System upgrades26Installation precautions Before you install any server component, it is recommended that you read the following sections first. T

Seite 118 - Resetting the system

274 Place the server on a flat, stable surface.5 Open the server according to the instructions on page 41.6 Follow the ESD precautions described in th

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iv• Slots and openings are provided for ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating. These openings mus

Seite 120 - 5 System troubleshooting

3 System upgrades28Opening the serverCaution: Before you proceed, make sure that you have turned off the system and all peripherals connected to it.

Seite 121 - Hardware diagnostic testing

295 Slide the side panel toward the rear of the server to disengage it then lift the panel away from the server (3). Installing the side panel1 Observ

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3 System upgrades30Configuring the hard disk driveThe AT350 F1 accommodates up to eight 3.5-inch or sixteen 2.5-inch hot-plug SATA/SAS hard disk dri

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31Note: The operating system you use must have RAID support to enable the hot-plug capability of the SATA drives.Caution! When working around the SATA

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3 System upgrades32Determining the drive statusEach HDD carrier features two status LED indicators (see page 6) to display the hard drive status. If

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33Removing a hard disk drive with carrierIf you intend to replace a HDD and need to remove the old drive, proceed to the instructions below. 1 Observe

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3 System upgrades344 Remove the hard disk drive with carrier. (1) Unlock the HDD carrier latch.(2) Slide the HDD carrier latch to release the lever.

Seite 127 - Server management

352.5-inch HDD with carrier 5 If you have no plans of installing a new HDD to the server, you must reinstall the blank HDD carrier or HDD cover to mai

Seite 128 - Server management overview

3 System upgrades36Installing a hard disk drive with carrier1 Observe the ESD precautions described on page 26.2 If necessary, unlock the bezel door

Seite 129 - RAID configuration utilities

37(1) Use the lever to push the HDD carrier in the empty bay until it locks into place.(2) Close the HDD carrier lever. (3) Lock the HDD carrier.3.5-i

Seite 130 - Enabling onboard SATA RAID

vNote: The grounding pin also provides good protection from unexpected noise produced by other nearby electrical devices that may interfere with the p

Seite 131 - Creating a RAID 1 Volume

3 System upgrades38Installing additional hard disk drives with carriers in the optional bay cageIf you intend to install an additional HDD, you first

Seite 132 - MegaRAID SAS 8204ELP Creation

392.5-inch HDD bays6 Install the optional hard disk drive bay cage by pushing it until it locks into place. 3.5-inch HDD bays

Seite 133 - Assigning a hot spare disk

3 System upgrades402.5-inch HDD bays 7 Install a hard disk with carrier into the optional hard disk drive bay (refer to the procedures in "Inst

Seite 134 - Creating a RAID Volume

41Configuring a 5.25-inch storage device The three 5.25-inch device bays support a variety of storage devices for additional storage capacity and scal

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3 System upgrades425 Remove the four screws (1) that attach the metal brackets to the empty 5.25-inch drive cage. Detach the metal brackets (2). 6 A

Seite 136 - Flex IO SAS RAID Creation

438 Insert the new 5.25-inch storage device with brackets into the bay (1). The drive is properly inserted if you hear a click and the locking tab lo

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3 System upgrades44Removing a 5.25-inch storage device 1 Perform the pre-installation instructions described on page 26.2 Remove the side panel descr

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45Replacing the processor and heatsink fan assemblyNotes:• Always connect the power cord last and always remove it before adding, removing or changing

Seite 139 - Rack mount

3 System upgrades464 Disconnect the heatsink fan cable (1) from its mainboard connector and lift the heatsink fan (2).

Seite 140 - Rack installation information

475 Use a screwdriver to loosen the four heatsink screws from the mainboard by turning it counter-clockwise (1).6 Lift the heatsink (2) away from the

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viRegulations and safety noticesFCC noticeThis device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Par

Seite 142 - System rack installation

3 System upgrades48Installing the heatsink and fan assemblyCaution! The heatsink fan assembly has a thermal interface material (TIM) on the underside

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497 Insert the heatsink fan (1) and connect the heatsink fan cable (2) to its connector on the mainboard. Note: When inserting the heatsink fan, ma

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3 System upgrades50Removing and installing the processorProcessor configuration guidelinesThis server has two LGA 1366 processor sockets for supporti

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51(3) Grasp the processor by its edges and lift it out of its socket. (4) Store the old processor inside an anti-static bag. 6 Remove the new proce

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3 System upgrades52keyed in such a way that you cannot install the processor in the wrong orientation without bending the pins. (2) Hold the proce

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53Upgrading the system memorySystem memory interfaceThe server has a total of eighteen DIMM slots. Each CPU controls three channels and each channel

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3 System upgrades54• It is recommended to install the DIMM modules in the following sequence:For single processor• Populate slot 1A first, followed b

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55Dual processors configuration Notes: 1. Place DIMMs in “X” location.2. DIMM population must correspond to the above tables.3. DIMM modules suppor

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3 System upgrades56Mirroring mode • For mirroring mode, the memory contains a primary image and a copy of the primary image. Therefore, the effective

Seite 151 - Smart Console

57Dual processors configuration Notes: 1. Place DIMMs in “X” location.2. DIMM population must correspond to the above tables.3. DIMM modules suppor

Seite 152 - Using Acer Smart Console

viiOperation conditionsThis device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may n

Seite 153 - Accessing Acer Smart Console

3 System upgrades58Memory population for lockstep mode Single processor configuration Notes: 1. Place DIMMs in “X” location.2. DIMM population mu

Seite 154 - System Information

59Sparing mode• In this mode, if the system detects degrading memory and did not crash, the data in the failed channel will be copied to the spare cha

Seite 155 - Server Health

3 System upgrades60Dual processors configuration Notes: 1. Place DIMMs in “X” location.2. DIMM population must correspond to the above tables.3. D

Seite 156 - Event Log

61Memory identificationGenerally, there are some memory information printed on the label of the DIMM module. Different vendors may have different form

Seite 157 - Configuration

3 System upgrades62Installing a memory moduleWarning! Memory of the identical size, speed, and organization must be installed in the same colored DIM

Seite 158 - Setting up alerts

63Removing a memory moduleImportant: Before removing any DIMM from the mainboard, make sure to create a backup file of all important data.1 Perform st

Seite 159 - LDAP (if available)

3 System upgrades64Installing an expansion card I/O interface The AT350 F1 has six PCI bus slots with separate bus segments, namely:• Two PCI Expres

Seite 160 - Configuring RADIUS

65Caution: Do not discard the slot cover. If the expansion card is removed in the future, the slot cover must be reinstalled to maintain proper system

Seite 161 - Mouse mode

3 System upgrades6610 Close the restraining latch (7). 11 Connect the appropriate cables to the card.12 Observe the post-installation instructions

Seite 163 - Remote Session

viiiProdotto laser di classe 1Attenzione: Radiazioni laser invisibili in caso d’apertura. Evitare l’esposizione ai raggi.Producto láser de Clase 1Prec

Seite 164 - Configuring the SMTP settings

4 System BIOS68BIOS overview BIOS setup is a hardware configuration program built into the system's Basic Input/Output System (BIOS). Since mos

Seite 165 - SSL Upload

69Entering BIOS Setup 1 Turn on the server and the monitor. If the server is already turned on, close all open applications, then restart the server.

Seite 166 - User Privileges

4 System BIOS70BIOS setup navigation keysUse the following keys to move around the Setup Utility:• Left and Right arrow keys – Move between selection

Seite 167 - Remote Control

71Main menu Parameter Description OptionSystem Overview System BIOS Version Build DateVersion of the BIOS used in your system.Date when the BIO

Seite 168 - Server Power Control

4 System BIOS72Quiet Boot Modifies the bootup screen options between POST messages or the OEM logo. Select Disabled to display the POST messages. Sel

Seite 169 - Launch SOL

73Advanced menu The Advanced menu display submenu options for configuring the function of various hardware components. Select a submenu item, then pr

Seite 170 - Virtual Media

4 System BIOS74Processor Configuration This submenu displays the status of the processor as detected by the BIOS, including items such as the proce

Seite 171 - CD-ROM image

75Intel® Virtualization Technology (Available when supported by the CPU)Select Enabled to enable Intel Virtualization Technology support, which will

Seite 172 - Maintenance

4 System BIOS76Performance/Watt SelectPower Optimized: Turbo Boost engages after P0 state is sustained for more than 2 seconds.Traditional: Turbo Boo

Seite 173 - KVM function description

77ATA Controller ConfigurationWhen this submenu is selected, the AMI BIOS automatically detects the presence of IDE or SATA devices and displays the f

Seite 174 - Playback

ContentsInformation for your safety and comfort iiiRegulations and safety notices vi1 System tour 1System notes 2External and internal structure 3Fron

Seite 175 - Hotkey settings

4 System BIOS78 Type This feature allows the user to select the type of device connected to the system.Auto, Not Installed, CD/DVD, ARMD LBA/Larg

Seite 176 - Preferences

79 PIO Mode The IDE PIO (Programmable I/O) Mode programs timing cycles between the IDE drive and the programmable IDE controller. As the PIO mode incr

Seite 177 - Full-screen mode

4 System BIOS80 DMA Mode Auto, SWDMAn, MWDMAn, UDMAnSelect Auto to allow the BIOS to automatically detect IDE DMA mode when the IDE disk drive supp

Seite 178 - User List

81Serial Port Configuration S.M.A.R.T. Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) can help predict impending drive failures. Sel

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4 System BIOS82USB Configuration USB Mass Storage Device Configuration This feature allows the user to configure the USB Mass Storage Device S

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83PCI/PnP Configuration Emulation Type If set to Auto, USB devices that are smaller than 530MB will be emulated as floppy and the remaini

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4 System BIOS84Advanced Chipset Control This submenu is used to configure the following sub-items: CPU Bridge Configuration Onboard LAN Option ROM

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85NorthBridge Chipset Control Memory Mode If Independent is selected, all DIMMs are available to the operating system.If Channel Mirror is select

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4 System BIOS86DCA Prefetch DelayA DCA Prefetch is used with TOE components to prefetch data in order to shorten execution cycles and maximize data p

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87ME Subsystem Configuration System Acoustic & Performance Configuration Parameter Description OptionsME-HECI SupportSelect Enabled to ena

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