Dell POWEREDGE C6145 user manual

User manual for the device Dell POWEREDGE C6145

Device: Dell POWEREDGE C6145
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Date of adding : 2013-02-28 17:51:53
Number of pages: 183
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Dell PowerEdge C6145
Systems
Hardware Owner’s
Manual


Regulatory Model B05S

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Notes, Cautions, and Warnings NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better user of your computer. CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates potential damage to hardware or loss of data if instructions are not followed. WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death. Information in this publication is subject to change without notice. © 2011 Dell Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction of these mate

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Contents 1 About Your System ...................................................................... 10 Accessing System Features During Startup ................................................... 10 Front-Panel Features and Indicators ............................................................... 11 Hard-Drive Indicator Patterns ........................................................................... 14 Back Panel Features and Indicators ...........................................

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Processor ..................................................................................................... 30 System Memory ........................................................................................... 31 Advanced Menu ................................................................................................... 32 CPU Configuration ....................................................................................... 34 Power Management Maximum Performance .......

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Command Line Interface for Setup Options .................................................... 68 3 Installing System Components ................................................. 78 Safety Instructions ............................................................................................... 78 Recommended Tools ........................................................................................... 78 Inside the System ...............................................................

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Installing the Heat Sink .............................................................................. 91 Processors ............................................................................................................. 92 Removing a Processor ............................................................................... 92 Installing a Processor................................................................................. 94 Expansion-Card Assembly and Expansion Card .........

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Installing a System Board ........................................................................ 116 Opening and Closing the System .................................................................... 117 Opening the System .................................................................................. 117 Closing the System .................................................................................... 118 Cooling Fans.............................................................

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Removing the Sensor Board for 3.5” Hard Drive System .................. 143 Installing the Sensor Board for 3.5” Hard Drive System .................... 145 Removing the Sensor Board for 2.5” Hard Drive System .................. 146 Installing the Sensor Board for 2.5” Hard Drive System .................... 148 4 Troubleshooting Your System ................................................. 149 Safety First – For You and Your System ........................................................ 1

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5 Jumpers and Connectors ......................................................... 164 System Board Connectors ................................................................................ 164 Backplane Connectors ..................................................................................... 166 3.5" Hard-Drive Backplane With CPLD .................................................. 166 2.5" Hard-Drive Backplane With Expander ........................................... 167 2.5" Ha

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1 About Your System Accessing System Features During Startup The following keystrokes provide access to system features during startup. Keystroke Description Enters the System Setup program. See “Start Menu” on page 26. Enters the BIOS Boot Manager. See “System Setup Options at Boot” on page 26. Starts Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE) boot. Enters the SAS 2008 Daughter Card Configuration Utility. For more information, see the SAS adapter documentation

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Front-Panel Features and Indicators Figure 1-1. Front Panel −3.5” x8 Hard Drives With Two Motherboards Figure 1-2. Front Panel −3.5” x12 Hard Drives With Two Motherboards About Your System | 11

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Figure 1-3. Front Panel −2.5” x18 Hard Drives With Two Motherboards Figure 1-4. Front Panel −2.5” x24 Hard Drives With Two Motherboards Figure 1-5. Front Panel −2.5” x24 Hard Drives With One Motherboard 12 | About Your System

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Item Indicator, Button Icon Description Or Connector 1,3 Power-on indicator/ The power-on indicator lights power button when the system power is on. (motherboards 1,2) The power button controls the DC power supply output to the system. NOTE: When powering on the system, the video monitor can take from several seconds to over 2 minutes to display an image, depending on the amount of memory installed in the system. NOTE: On ACPI-compliant operating systems, turning off the syste

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Hard-Drive Indicator Patterns Figure 1-6. Hard-Drive Indicators 1 hard-drive activity indicator 2 hard-drive status indicator (green and (green) amber) Table 1-1. Hard-Drive Status Indicators −For 3.5" Hard-Drive Backplane With CPLD Hard Activity LED Status LED Drive Function Green Green Amber Type SAS Slot Empty Off Off Off Drive On- Blinking On Off line/Access when active Drive Failed Off/ Off On 150 ms Blinking Off 150 ms when active Drive Blinking On 400 ms Off Rebu

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Table 1-2. Hard-Drive Status Indicators −For 2.5" Hard-Drive Backplane With Expander Activity LED Status LED Hard Drive Function Type Green Green Amber SAS Slot Empty Off Off Off Drive On- Blinking On Off line/Access when active Drive Failed Off/ Off On 125 ms Blinking Off 125 ms when active Drive Blinking On 400 ms Off Rebuilding when active Off 100 ms Drive Off/ On 3000 ms Off 3000 ms Rebuilding Blinking Off 3000 ms Off 3000 ms Abort when active Off 3000 ms On 3000 ms Of

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Figure 1-8. Back Panel −One Motherboard Item Indicator, Button Icon Description Or Connector 1 Power supply 2 1100 W/1400 W 2 Power supply 1 1100 W/1400 W 3 NIC connector 1 Embedded 10/100/1000 NIC connectors. 4 NIC connector 2 Embedded 10/100/1000 NIC connectors. 5 Serial port Connects a serial device to the system. 6 VGA port Connects a VGA display to the system. 7 System Both the system management software identification and the identification buttons located on

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Item Indicator, Button Icon Description Or Connector 9 USB port 0 Connects USB devices to the system. The ports are USB 2.0-compliant. 10 USB port 1 Connects USB devices to the system. The ports are USB 2.0-compliant. 11 Power On/Off The power button controls the DC power button supply output to the system. NOTE: When powering on the system, the video monitor can take from several seconds to over 2 minutes to display an image, depending on the amount of memory installed in th

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NIC Indicator Codes Figure 1-9. NIC Indicators 1 speed indicator 2 link/activity indicator NIC Status Indicator (Speed) Condition Solid green Linking at 100 Mbps speed Blinking green Port identification with 10 or 100 Mbps speed Solid amber Linking at 1 Gbps speed Blinking amber Port identification with 1 Gbps speed Off Linking at 10 Mbps speed when the link/activity LED is green; no link when the link/activity LED is off. NIC Status Indicator (Link/Activity) Condition Solid

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Figure 1-10. NIC Indicators (BMC Management Port) 1 speed indicator 2 link/activity indicator NIC Status Indicator (Speed) Condition Green Linking at 100 Mbps speed Off Linking at 10 Mbps speed when the link/activity LED is solid green; no link when the link/activity LED is off NIC Status Indicator (Link/Activity) Condition Green LAN linking/Accessing Off No link About Your System | 19

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Power and System Board Indicator Codes The LEDs on the system front panel and back panel display status codes during system startup. For location of the LEDs on the front panel, see Figure 1-1 for 3.5" hard drive and Figure 1-4 for 2.5" hard drive systems. For location of the LEDs on the back panel, see Figure 1-7. Table 1-3. Status Indicator Codes lists the status associated with the status codes. Table 1-3. Status Indicator Codes Component Indicator Condition Power-on Green


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