User's Guide Summary

The manual was written in by Apple. The language is listed as follows: User's Guide English. The manual is applied to the following one product model as follows: Xserve. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of xserveg5_userguide.pdf has 96 pages with the file size of 2.4Mb. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

User's Guide Information

Brand:Apple
Category: Computer
Model:Xserve
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 2.4Mb / 96 pages
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PDF File Information

Title: Xserve G5 User's Guide (Manual)
Subject: 034-2384
Keywords: kmanual kxserve
Author:
Creator: FrameMaker 6.0
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 6.0 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Fri Jan 23 13:54:33 2004
ModDate: Fri Mar 18 11:48:30 2005
Tagged: no
Pages: 96
Encrypted: no
Page size: 540 x 649 pts
File size: 2565975 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.5

PDF Bookmark and List of Contents

  • User’s Guide

  • Contents

    • Preface 7 Introducing Xserve G5
    • Chapter 1 9 Xserve G5 Overview
      • 10 Your Server at a Glance—Front Panel
      • 12 Your Server at a Glance—Back Panel
      • 14 Your Server at a Glance—Interior
      • 16 Your Cluster Node Server at a Glance
      • 18 Your Server at a Glance—Mounting Hardware
    • Chapter 2 21 Preparing to Install Your Server
      • 21 Guidelines for Server Installation
        • 21 Choose the Server’s Position in a Rack
        • 22 Electrical Power
        • 23 Operating Environment
        • 23 Rack Stability
        • 23 Considerations for Cables
        • 24 Security
    • Chapter 3 25 Installing Your Server in a Rack
      • 26 Getting Ready to Install
        • 27 Determine the Position for the Server in the Rack
      • 28 Preparing the Server for Installation
      • 32 Installing the Server in a Four-Post Rack or Cabinet
        • 36 Place the Server in the Rack
        • 37 Install the Cable-Management Arm and Cables
      • 46 Installing the Server in a Short Four-Post Rack
        • 49 Place the Server in the Rack
      • 51 Installing the Server in a Two-Post (Telco) Rack
        • 54 Connect Cables Directly to the Server
      • 55 Disconnecting Cables From the Server’s Back Panel
      • 56 Preparing the Server for Software Setup
    • Chapter 4 57 Using Your Server
      • 57 Starting Up the Server
      • 58 Monitoring Status Lights and Other Indicators on the Server
      • 58 Working With Advanced Network Services
        • 59 Setting Up a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN)
        • 59 Enabling Jumbo Ethernet Frames
      • 59 Controlling Access to a Connected Keyboard and Mouse
      • 60 Working With an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
      • 60 Changing the System Language
      • 60 Shutting Down the System Remotely
      • 61 If the Server Has a Problem
        • 62 What to Do If . . .
      • 63 Entering Firmware Boot Commands From the System’s Front Panel
    • Chapter 5 65 Updating or Installing Software on Xserve G5 Systems
      • 65 Installing or Restoring Software on Your XserveG5System
        • 66 Using a Second Xserve G5 System to Install Server Software
        • 67 Starting Up From an External FireWire Optical Drive
        • 68 Connecting Another Mac With the Xserve G5 System in Target Disk Mode
        • 68 Installing and Restoring From a Network Server
    • Chapter 6 69 Installing or Replacing ServerComponents
      • 70 Installing or Replacing an Apple Drive Module
      • 72 Opening and Closing the Server
      • 75 Adding Memory
      • 78 Installing a PCI-X Card or PCI Card
        • 79 About PCI-X Cards for the Server
        • 79 Installing a PCI-X Card or PCI Card
        • 83 Replacing the Battery
    • Appendix A 85 Specifications
      • 85 Processor and Memory Specifications
      • 85 Dimensions and Operating Environment
      • 85 Optical Drive Specifications
      • 85 Ethernet Specifications
      • 86 FireWire Specifications
      • 86 USB Specifications
      • 86 Serial Port Specifications
      • 87 Power Supply
      • 87 Power Requirements for Devices You Can Connect
      • 87 System Clock and Battery
    • Appendix B 89 Safety, Maintenance, and Ergonomics
      • 89 Important Safety Information
      • 90 Handling Your Computer Equipment
      • 90 Protecting Your Optical Drive
      • 90 Power Supply
      • 91 Cleaning Your Equipment
        • 91 Cleaning the Server’s Case
      • 91 Apple and the Environment
        • 91 For More Information
      • 91 Health-Related Information About Computer Use
  • Introducing Xserve G5

  • Xserve G5 Overview

    • Your Server at a Glance—Front Panel
    • Your Server at a Glance—Back Panel
    • Your Server at a Glance—Interior
    • Your Cluster Node Server at a Glance
    • Your Server at a Glance—Mounting Hardware
  • Preparing to Install Your Server

    • Guidelines for Server Installation
  • Installing Your Server in a Rack

    • Getting Ready to Install
    • Preparing the Server for Installation
    • Installing the Server in a Four-Post Rack or Cabinet
    • Installing the Server in a Short Four-Post Rack
    • Installing the Server in a Two-Post (Telco) Rack
    • Disconnecting Cables From the Server’s Back Panel
    • Preparing the Server for Software Setup
  • Using Your Server

    • Starting Up the Server
    • Monitoring Status Lights and Other Indicators on the Server
    • Working With Advanced Network Services
    • Controlling Access to a Connected Keyboard and Mouse
    • Working With an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
    • Changing the System Language
    • Shutting Down the System Remotely
    • If the Server Has a Problem
    • Entering Firmware Boot Commands From the System’s Front Panel
  • Updating or Installing Software on Xserve G5 Systems

    • Installing or Restoring Software on Your XserveG5System
  • Installing or Replacing ServerComponents

    • Installing or Replacing an Apple Drive Module
    • Opening and Closing the Server
    • Adding Memory
    • Installing a PCI-X Card or PCI Card
  • Specifications

  • Safety, Maintenance, and Ergonomics

    • Important Safety Information
    • Handling Your Computer Equipment
    • Protecting Your Optical Drive
    • Power Supply
    • Cleaning Your Equipment
    • Apple and the Environment
    • Health-Related Information About Computer Use
  • Communications Regulation Information