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For

 

a

 

list

 

of

 

supported

 

optional

 

devices

 

for

 

the

 

server,

 

go

 

to:

 

http://www.lenovo.com/thinkserver.

System

 

reliability

 

guidelines

 

To

 

help

 

ensure

 

proper

 

system

 

cooling

 

and

 

system

 

reliability,

 

make

 

sure

 

that

 

the

 

following

 

requirements

 

are

 

met:

 

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If

 

the

 

server

 

has

 

redundant

 

power,

 

each

 

of

 

the

 

power-supply

 

bays

 

has

 

a

 

power

 

supply

 

installed

 

in

 

it.

 

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There

 

is

 

adequate

 

space

 

around

 

the

 

server

 

to

 

allow

 

the

 

server

 

cooling

 

system

 

to

 

work

 

properly.

 

Leave

 

approximately

 

50

 

mm

 

(2

 

in.)

 

of

 

open

 

space

 

around

 

the

 

front

 

and

 

rear

 

of

 

the

 

server.

 

Do

 

not

 

place

 

objects

 

in

 

front

 

of

 

the

 

fans.

 

For

 

proper

 

cooling

 

and

 

airflow,

 

replace

 

the

 

server

 

cover

 

before

 

you

 

turn

 

on

 

the

 

server.

 

Operating

 

the

 

server

 

for

 

extended

 

periods

 

of

 

time

 

(more

 

than

 

30

 

minutes)

 

with

 

the

 

server

 

cover

 

removed

 

might

 

damage

 

server

 

components.

 

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You

 

have

 

followed

 

the

 

cabling

 

instructions

 

that

 

come

 

with

 

optional

 

adapters.

 

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You

 

have

 

replaced

 

a

 

failed

 

fan

 

as

 

soon

 

as

 

possible.

 

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You

 

have

 

replaced

 

a

 

hot-swap

 

drive

 

within

 

2

 

minutes

 

of

 

removal.

Working

 

inside

 

the

 

server

 

with

 

the

 

power

 

on

 

Attention:

  

Static

 

electricity

 

that

 

is

 

released

 

to

 

internal

 

server

 

components

 

when

 

the

 

server

 

is

 

powered-on

 

might

 

cause

 

the

 

server

 

to

 

halt,

 

which

 

might

 

result

 

in

 

the

 

loss

 

of

 

data.

 

To

 

avoid

 

this

 

potential

 

problem,

 

always

 

use

 

an

 

electrostatic-discharge

 

wrist

 

strap

 

or

 

other

 

grounding

 

system

 

when

 

you

 

work

 

inside

 

the

 

server

 

with

 

the

 

power

 

on.

 

The

 

server

 

supports

 

hot-plug,

 

hot-add,

 

and

 

hot-swap

 

devices

 

and

 

is

 

designed

 

to

 

operate

 

safely

 

while

 

it

 

is

 

turned

 

on

 

and

 

the

 

cover

 

is

 

removed.

 

Follow

 

these

 

guidelines

 

when

 

you

 

work

 

inside

 

a

 

server

 

that

 

is

 

turned

 

on.

 

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Avoid

 

wearing

 

loose-fitting

 

clothing

 

on

 

your

 

forearms.

 

Button

 

long-sleeved

 

shirts

 

before

 

working

 

inside

 

the

 

server;

 

do

 

not

 

wear

 

cuff

 

links

 

while

 

you

 

are

 

working

 

inside

 

the

 

server.

 

v

   

Do

 

not

 

allow

 

your

 

necktie

 

or

 

scarf

 

to

 

hang

 

inside

 

the

 

server.

 

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Remove

 

jewelry,

 

such

 

as

 

bracelets,

 

necklaces,

 

rings,

 

and

 

loose-fitting

 

wrist

 

watches.

 

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Remove

 

items

 

from

 

your

 

shirt

 

pocket,

 

such

 

as

 

pens

 

and

 

pencils,

 

that

 

might

 

fall

 

into

 

the

 

server

 

as

 

you

 

lean

 

over

 

it.

 

v

   

Avoid

 

dropping

 

any

 

metallic

 

objects,

 

such

 

as

 

paper

 

clips,

 

hairpins,

 

and

 

screws,

 

into

 

the

 

server.

 

 

Chapter

 

2.

 

Installing

 

optional

 

devices

 

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