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Sun Blade X6270 Server Module Service Manual




1. Sun Blade X6270 Hardware and Software Features

1.1 Server Hardware and Software Features

1.2 Server Indicators and Buttons

1.3 Attaching Devices To the Server

1.4 Replaceable Server Components

2. Powering On and Configuring BIOS Settings

2.1 Powering On and Off the Server

2.1.1 Power On the Server Module

2.1.2 Power Off and Verify Server Is Ready for Removal From Chassis

2.1.3 Troubleshoot Server Power States

2.1.4 Wake On LAN - Remote Power On WOL Set Up Requirements

2.2 About The BIOS

2.2.1 BIOS Booting and Set Up Considerations Default BIOS Power-On Self-Test (POST) Events BIOS POST F1 and F2 Errors How BIOS POST Memory Testing Works PCI Express ExpressModule Slot Booting Priority Ethernet Port Device and Driver Naming Ethernet Port Booting Priority

2.2.2 BIOS Setup Utility Menus

2.2.3 Enabling Support for Common BIOS Settings Accessing the BIOS Setup Utility Menus

procedure iconsmall spaceAccess BIOS Setup Utility Menus Enabling Support for Wake ON LAN

procedure iconsmall spaceEnable or Disable WOL in BIOS Configuring Support for TPM

procedure iconsmall spaceConfigure TPM Support Configuring SP LAN Settings

procedure iconsmall spaceConfigure LAN Settings for SP Configuring Option ROM Settings in BIOS

procedure iconsmall spaceEnable or Disable Option ROM Settings

2.2.4 Updating the BIOS Firmware

3. Maintaining the Sun Blade X6270 Server

3.1 Tools and Supplies Needed

3.2 Avoid Electrostatic Discharge

3.3 Removing or Replacing Filler Panels

3.3.1 Remove or Insert Filler Panels

3.4 Removing the Server From the Chassis and Removing the Cover

3.4.1 Remove Server Module From Chassis

3.4.2 Remove or Install Server Cover

procedure iconsmall spaceRemove Cover From Server

procedure iconsmall spaceInstall Cover on Server

3.5 Locations of Replaceable Components

3.6 Replaceable Component Procedures

3.6.1 Replacing or Adding a Hard Disk Drive Internal System Software Designation for Storage Devices HDD or SSD Failure and RAID Replace or Add HDD or SSD

3.6.2 Replacing the System Battery

3.6.3 Replacing the Compact Flash Module

3.6.4 Replacing or Upgrading Memory Modules (DIMMs) Memory Module Installation Considerations Replace or Add DIMM Error Correction and Parity Inconsistencies Between DIMM Fault LEDs and the BIOS Mapping of Faulty DIMMs Locations of Faulty DIMMs Using ILOM Versus BIOS

3.6.5 Adding a RAID Expansion Module Add a REM Card Replace a REM Card 4620A

procedure iconsmall spaceReplace a REM Card 4620A When the REM Battery Is Installed on the REM Card

procedure iconsmall spaceReplace a REM Card 4620A When the REM Battery Is Installed on the Motherboard Replace a REM Battery

procedure iconsmall spaceReplace a REM Battery on the REM Card

procedure iconsmall spaceReplace a REM Battery on the Motherboard

3.6.6 Adding or Replacing a Fabric Expansion Module Replace or Add a FEM

3.6.7 Replacing or Upgrading the CPU

3.6.8 Replacing Motherboard Enclosure

4. Troubleshooting the Server and Restoring ILOM Defaults

4.1 Troubleshooting the Server

4.1.1 Sun Diagnostic Tools

4.1.2 Diagnostic Tool Documentation

4.2 Restoring ILOM Defaults

4.2.1 Accessing the Preboot Menu

procedure iconsmall spaceAccess to the Preboot Menu

procedure iconsmall spaceEdit Preboot Menu for Remote Serial Access

4.2.2 Restoring the Factory Default ILOM Root Password

procedure iconsmall spaceRestore ILOM Root Password to Factory Default Using the Preboot Menu

4.2.3 Restoring ILOM Access to the Serial Console

procedure iconsmall spaceRestore Access to the Serial Console Using the Preboot Menu

4.2.4 Restoring the SP Firmware Image Prerequisites for Restoring SP Firmware Using the Preboot Menu Special Recovery Considerations for Systems Running ILOM Firmware 2.0.2.x or Later Restore the SP Firmware Image Using the Preboot Menu

4.2.5 Preboot Menu Command Summary

A. Server Module Specifications

A.1 Physical Specifications

A.2 Electrical Specifications

A.3 Environmental Requirements

B. BIOS Setup Utility Menus

B.1 BIOS Main Menu Selections

B.2 BIOS Advanced Menu Selections

B.2.0.1 BIOS Advanced Menu Main

B.2.0.2 BIOS Advanced Menu CPU Configuration

B.2.0.3 BIOS Advanced Menu On-board SATA Configuration

B.2.0.4 BIOS Advanced Menu ACPI Configuration

B.2.0.5 BIOS Advanced Menu Event Logging Details

B.2.0.6 BIOS Advanced Menu IPMI Configuration

B.2.0.7 BIOS Advanced Intel VT-d Configuration

B.2.0.8 BIOS Advanced Menu LAN Configuration

B.2.0.9 BIOS Advanced Menu MPS Configuration

B.2.0.10 BIOS Advanced Menu Remote Access Configuration

B.2.0.11 BIOS Advanced Menu Trusted Computing

B.2.0.12 BIOS Advanced Menu USB Configuration

B.3 BIOS PCI Menu Selections

B.4 BIOS Boot Menu

B.4.0.1 BIOS Boot Menu Main

B.4.0.2 BIOS Boot Menu Boot Settings Configuration

B.4.0.3 BIOS Boot Menu Boot Device Priority

B.4.0.4 BIOS Boot Menu Option ROM

B.4.0.5 BIOS Boot Menu Wake On LAN

B.5 BIOS Security Menu

B.6 BIOS Chipset Menu Settings

B.6.0.1 BIOS Chipset Main Menu

B.6.0.2 BIOS Chipset Menu CPU Bridge Configuration

B.6.0.3 BIOS Chipset Menu NorthBridge Configuration

B.6.0.4 BIOS Chipset Menu SouthBridge Configuration

B.7 BIOS Exit Menu

C. Connector Pinouts

C.1 3-Cable Dongle Pinouts

C.2 4-Cable Dongle Pinouts

C.3 SAS/SATA Connectors

C.4 SAS Diskplane

C.5 SAS Power/LED Connector

C.6 Compact Flash