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 xserveoriginal_userguide.pdf has 78 pages with the file size of 2.3Mb. 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 / 2.3Mb / 78 pages
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PDF File Information

Title: Xserve (Original) User's Guide (Manual)
Subject: Includes setup, expansion, and hardware specifications for Xserve
Keywords: kmanual kxserve
Author: Instructional Products
Creator: FrameMaker 5.5.3
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 4.05 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Tue May 28 15:16:36 2002
ModDate: Fri Mar 18 12:34:20 2005
Tagged: no
Pages: 78
Encrypted: no
Page size: 540 x 648 pts
File size: 2403067 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.5

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  • Xserve User ’s Guide

    • Contents
      • Preface Introducing Xserve 7
      • 1 Xserve Overview 9
        • Your Server at a Glance—Front Panel 10
        • Your Server at a Glance—Back Panel 12
        • Your Server at a Glance—Interior 14
        • Your Server at a Glance—Mounting Hardware 16
      • 2 Preparing to Install Your Server 19
        • Guidelines for Server Installation 19
          • Choose the Server’s Position in a Rack 19
          • Electrical Power 20
          • Operating Environment 21
          • Rack Stability 21
          • Considerations for Cables 21
          • Security 22
      • 3 Installing Your Server in a Rack 23
        • Installing the Server 24
          • Get Ready to Install 24
          • Prepare the Server for Installation 25
          • Install the Server in a Four-Post Rack or Cabinet 29
          • Install the Cable-Management Arm 33
          • Place the Server in the Rack 36
          • Install the Server in a Two-Post (Telco) Rack 37
          • Connect Cables to the Server 40
        • Preparing the Server for Software Setup 43
      • 4 Using Your Server 45
        • Starting Up the Server 45
        • Monitoring Status Lights and Other Indicators on the Server 46
        • If the Server Has a Problem 46
          • What to Do If . . . 47
      • 5 Installing or Replacing Server Components 49
        • Installing or Replacing an Apple Drive Module 50
        • Opening and Closing the Server 52
        • Adding Memory 56
        • Installing a PCI Card 59
          • About PCI Cards for the Server 59
          • Install a PCI Card in a Long Card Slot 60
          • Install a PCI Card in the PCI/AGP Card Slot 64
        • Replacing the Battery 67
      • Appendix A Specifications 69
        • Processor and Memory Specifications 69
        • Dimensions and Operating Environment 69
        • CD-ROM Specifications 70
        • Ethernet Specifications 70
        • FireWire Specifications 70
        • USB Specifications 70
        • Serial Port Specifications 71
        • Video Card Specifications 71
        • Power Supply 71
        • Power Requirements for Devices You Can Connect 72
        • System Clock and Battery 72
      • Appendix B Safety, Maintenance, and Ergonomics 73
        • Important Safety Information 73
        • Handling Your Computer Equipment 74
        • Protecting Your CD Drive 75
        • Power Supply 75
        • Cleaning Your Equipment 75
          • Cleaning the Server’s Case 75
        • Apple and the Environment 76
          • For More Information 76
        • Health-Related Information About Computer Use 76
    • Introducing Xserve
    • Xserve Overview
      • Your Server at a Glance—Front Panel
      • Your Server at a Glance—Back Panel
      • Your Server at a Glance—Interior
      • Your Server at a Glance—Mounting Hardware
    • Preparing to Install Your Server
      • Guidelines for Server Installation
        • Choose the Server’s Position in a Rack
        • Electrical Power
        • Operating Environment
        • Rack Stability
        • Considerations for Cables
        • Security
    • Installing Your Server in a Rack
      • Installing the Server
        • Get Ready to Install
        • Prepare the Server for Installation
        • Install the Server in a Four-Post Rack or Cabinet
        • Install the Cable-Management Arm
        • Place the Server in the Rack
        • Install the Server in a Two-Post (Telco) Rack
        • Connect Cables to the Server
      • Preparing the Server for Software Setup
    • Using Your Server
      • Starting Up the Server
      • Monitoring Status Lights and Other Indicators on the Server
      • If the Server Has a Problem
        • What to Do If . . .
    • Installing or Replacing Server Components
      • Installing or Replacing an Apple Drive Module
      • Opening and Closing the Server
      • Adding Memory
      • Installing a PCI Card
        • About PCI Cards for the Server
        • Install a PCI Card in a Long Card Slot
        • Install a PCI Card in the PCI/AGP Card Slot
      • Replacing the Battery
    • Specifications
      • Processor and Memory Specifications
      • Dimensions and Operating Environment
      • CD-ROM Specifications
      • Ethernet Specifications
      • FireWire Specifications
      • USB Specifications
      • Serial Port Specifications
      • Video Card Specifications
      • Power Supply
      • Power Requirements for Devices You Can Connect
      • System Clock and Battery
    • Safety, Maintenance, and Ergonomics
      • Important Safety Information
      • Handling Your Computer Equipment
      • Protecting Your CD Drive
      • Power Supply
      • Cleaning Your Equipment
        • Cleaning the Server’s Case
      • Apple and the Environment
        • For More Information
      • Health-Related Information About Computer Use