This guide tells you how to remove and install field replaceable units (FRUs) internal to the server. Only trained or qualified technical personnel should work inside the chassis.
|Note: Information on the server's system setup utility (SSU) and replacement of external devices are covered in the SGI 1400 Server Family User's Guide.|
The following topics are covered in this manual:
Chapter 1, “Working Inside the System,” contains all the power and ESD warnings applicable to working inside the system. The chapter introduces proper access procedure, how to install option boards, and understand internal SCSI and IDE cabling.
Chapter 2, “Upgrading Baseboard Components,” covers removing and installing the baseboard, processors, memory DIMMs, and VRMs.
Chapter 3, “SGI 1400 Server SCSI Backplane Installation,” details the steps for replacing the server system SCSI backplane.
Chapter 4, “Technical Reference,” lists information on connector pinouts and baseboard locations, baseboard jumpers, I/O addresses, memory map addresses, baseboard interrupts, and video modes.
Appendix A contains a group of equipment logs and worksheets that should be used when maintaining or upgrading the server.
Appendix B lists the server's basic environmental specifications.
Appendix C provides additional basic chassis warnings and voltage related cautions.