Apple 9150 User Manual
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Workgroup Server 9150

Workgroup Server 9150

Workgroup Server 9150/120

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Basics

Workgroup Server 9150

Basics

Rear Panel Connectors - 1

 

 

 

Rear Panel Connectors

Sound Out

ADB

SCSI

Ethernet

DB-15Video

Sound In

 

Modem

 

 

 

Printer

 

 

Sound In Left

Sound In Right

 

 

Basics

Logic Board Connectors - 2

 

 

 

Logic Board Connectors

Note: The order of the cache and ROM SIMMs will vary according to the manufacturing date of the logic board. Be sure to correctly identify the cache SIMM, which has four chips on both sides, and remove it before returning the logic board to Apple for repair. Do NOT remove the ROM SIMM before returning the logic board.

Basics

Logic Board Connectors - 3

 

 

 

WS 9150

NuBus Internal

Slots SCSI

Connector

Sound Out

Sound In

Sound In Left

Sound In Right

ADB

Printer

Modem

SCSI

Ethernet

 

 

DB-15Video

 

 

 

Cache/ROM

PowerPC

PDS Slot

601 Chip

SIMM Slots

 

 

Floppy DRAM

Connector SIMMs

16 MB Soldered DRAM

Basics

Logic Board Connectors - 4

 

 

 

Note: The order of the cache and ROM SIMMs will vary according to the manufacturing date of the logic board. Be sure to correctly identify the cache SIMM, which has four chips on both sides, and remove it before returning the logic board to Apple for repair. Do NOT remove the ROM SIMM before returning the logic board.

Basics

Logic Board Connectors - 5

 

 

 

WS 9150/120

NuBus Internal

Slots SCSI

Connector

Sound Out

Sound In

Sound In Left

Sound In Right

ADB

Printer

Modem

SCSI

 

 

Ethernet

 

 

DB-15Video

 

 

PDS Slot

Cache/ROM

PowerPC

601 Chip

SIMM Slots

 

 

Floppy DRAM

Connector SIMMs

8 MB Soldered DRAM

Basics

Logic Board Connectors - 6

 

 

 

Important: The WS 9150/120 logic board has a thermoelectric cooling device that attaches directly to the microprocessor's heatsink. You can identify this cooling device by the black and red wires that run to the right of the heatsink and plug into the logic board via a keyed connector. This device is not a serviceable item. Do not unplug this device or you may damage the logic board. Also note that the order of the cache and ROM SIMMs may vary. Be sure to correctly identify the cache SIMM and remove it before returning the logic board to Apple for repair. Do NOT remove the ROM SIMM before returning the logic board.

Basics

RAID Information - 7

 

 

 

RAID Information

Apple RAID Software

Apple RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) software protects data from loss during a disk failure and enhances the speed of data storage and retrieval. It is available for all Power Macintosh Workgroup servers.

Data protection is achieved through disk mirroring, a data storage scheme in which identical data is stored on two different disks. Apple RAID can also be configured for disk striping, a data storage scheme in which successive units of data are transferred to several disks at one time.

Basics

RAID Information - 8

 

 

 

If you plan to install the Apple RAID software on an existing Power Macintosh Workgroup Server, or if you are reinitializing an existing Apple RAID drive, keep in the mind the following:

If you wish to use your server’s startup disk for Apple RAID, do not install the Apple RAID program on your startup disk until you have initialized and set up new volumes on that disk. Before you initialize the startup disk, backup all valuable data.

You must reinitialize all disks on which you will use Apple RAID volumes. Initializing with Apple RAID removes all data, so be sure to backup your disks first.