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Introduction

This guide describes how to replace the PCIE riser card in the ORV1 Leopard server.

    • Perform a warm shut down on the server. Run:

    • ssh -l root <hostname> shutdown -h now

  1. Disconnect the 10G network interface cable. Pull the 10G network interface cable pull-tab. Pull the 10G network interface cable pull-tab.
    • Disconnect the 10G network interface cable.

    • Pull the 10G network interface cable pull-tab.

  2. Pull the green retention plunger upwards. Pull the server away from the rack, as shown. Pull the server until about (2) inches of the black lid is exposed.
    • Pull the green retention plunger upwards.

    • Pull the server away from the rack, as shown.

    • Pull the server until about (2) inches of the black lid is exposed.

  3. Move the server on the crash cart for transportation or out of rack repairs.
    • Move the server on the crash cart for transportation or out of rack repairs.

  4. Disconnect the following cables by pressing down on the metal retention tabs pulling away from the HDD. Power Cable SATA Cable
    • Disconnect the following cables by pressing down on the metal retention tabs pulling away from the HDD.

    • Power Cable

    • SATA Cable

  5. Loosen the (2) green thumbscrews, shown. Loosen the (2) green thumbscrews, shown.
    • Loosen the (2) green thumbscrews, shown.

  6. Pull the PCI riser card assembly upwards and remove the assembly from the server. Pull the PCI riser card assembly upwards and remove the assembly from the server.
    • Pull the PCI riser card assembly upwards and remove the assembly from the server.

  7. Remove (2) phillips head screws which secure the riser card to the cage. Remove (2) phillips head screws which secure the riser card to the cage. Remove (2) phillips head screws which secure the riser card to the cage.
    • Remove (2) phillips head screws which secure the riser card to the cage.

  8. Slid the riser card upwards to release it from the metal cage studs. Remove the failed riser card.
    • Slid the riser card upwards to release it from the metal cage studs.

    • Remove the failed riser card.

  9. Align the riser card guides with the (2) metal studs on the riser cage. Slide the riser card downwards until it has seated on the studs. Slide the riser card downwards until it has seated on the studs.
    • Align the riser card guides with the (2) metal studs on the riser cage.

    • Slide the riser card downwards until it has seated on the studs.

  10. Install (2) phillips head screws. Install (2) phillips head screws.
    • Install (2) phillips head screws.

  11. Align the riser cage assembly with the (3) metal studs on the ORV1 Leopard chassis. Lower the assembly on to the server chassis studs. Press firmly to seat the PCIE riser card.
    • Align the riser cage assembly with the (3) metal studs on the ORV1 Leopard chassis.

    • Lower the assembly on to the server chassis studs.

    • Press firmly to seat the PCIE riser card.

  12. Tighten the (2) green thumbscrews, shown. Tighten the (2) green thumbscrews, shown.
    • Tighten the (2) green thumbscrews, shown.

  13. Connect the boot hard disk drive (HDD) SATA and power cables. Connect the boot hard disk drive (HDD) SATA and power cables. Connect the boot hard disk drive (HDD) SATA and power cables.
    • Connect the boot hard disk drive (HDD) SATA and power cables.

  14. Slide the server back into the rack. Continue pushing the server until the server chassis pin secures the server.
    • Slide the server back into the rack.

    • Continue pushing the server until the server chassis pin secures the server.

    • A distinctive 'click' will be felt when the pin secures the server in the rack.

  15. Connect the 10G network interface cable. Connect the 10G network interface cable.
    • Connect the 10G network interface cable.

  16. Press the power button.
    • Press the power button.

Conclusion

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