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DR Series DR4300e - Owner's Manual

DR4300e system overview Technical specifications Initial system setup and configuration Pre-operating system management applications
Options to manage the pre-operating system applications System Setup Dell Lifecycle Controller Boot Manager PXE boot
Installing and removing system components
Safety instructions Before working inside your system After working inside your system Recommended tools Front bezel (optional) System cover Cooling shroud Cooling fans Cooling-fan assembly System memory Processors and heat sinks PCIe card holder Cable retention bracket Integrated storage controller card Expansion cards and expansion card riser Internal dual SD module (optional) Network daughter card Internal USB memory key (optional) System battery Power supply units (PSU) System board Trusted Platform Module Hard drives Hard drive backplane SD vFlash card (optional) Control panel assembly
Using system diagnostics Jumpers and connectors Troubleshooting your system

Viewing System Information

You can use the System Information screen to view system properties such as Service Tag, system model name, and the BIOS version.

To view the System Information screen, perform the following steps:

3.
On the System Setup Main Menu screen, click System BIOS.
4.
On the System BIOS screen, click System Information.

The System Information screen details are explained as follows:

System Information details

You can use the System Information screen to view system properties such as Service Tag, system model name, and the BIOS version.

To view the System Information screen, perform the following steps:

3.
On the System Setup Main Menu screen, click System BIOS.
4.
On the System BIOS screen, click System Information.

The System Information screen details are explained as follows:

Memory Settings

You can use the Memory Settings screen to view all the memory settings and enable or disable specific memory functions, such as system memory testing and node interleaving.

To view the Memory Settings screen, perform the following steps:

3.
On the System Setup Main Menu screen, click System BIOS.
4.
On the System BIOS screen, click Memory Settings.

The Memory Settings screen details are explained as follows:

Specifies whether the system memory tests are run during system boot. Options are Enabled and Disabled. This option is set to Disabled by default.
Specifies the memory operating mode. The options available are Optimizer Mode, Advanced ECC Mode, Mirror Mode, Spare Mode, Spare with Advanced ECC Mode, Dell Fault Resilient Mode and Dell NUMA Fault Resilient Mode. This option is set to Optimizer Mode by default.
NOTE: The Memory Operating Mode option can have different default and available options based on the memory configuration of your system.
NOTE: The Dell Fault Resilient Mode option establishes an area of memory that is fault resilient. This mode can be used by an operating system that supports the feature to load critical applications or enables the operating system kernel to maximize system availability.
Specifies if Non-Uniform Memory architecture (NUMA) is supported. If this field is set to Enabled, memory interleaving is supported if a symmetric memory configuration is installed. If the field is set to Disabled, the system supports NUMA (asymmetric) memory configurations. This option is set to Disabled by default.
Specifies the Snoop Mode options. The Snoop Mode options available are Home Snoop, Early Snoop, and Cluster on Die. This option is set to Early Snoop by default. This field is available only when the Node Interleaving is set to Disabled.

Viewing Memory Settings

You can use the Memory Settings screen to view all the memory settings and enable or disable specific memory functions, such as system memory testing and node interleaving.

To view the Memory Settings screen, perform the following steps:

3.
On the System Setup Main Menu screen, click System BIOS.
4.
On the System BIOS screen, click Memory Settings.

The Memory Settings screen details are explained as follows:

Specifies whether the system memory tests are run during system boot. Options are Enabled and Disabled. This option is set to Disabled by default.
Specifies the memory operating mode. The options available are Optimizer Mode, Advanced ECC Mode, Mirror Mode, Spare Mode, Spare with Advanced ECC Mode, Dell Fault Resilient Mode and Dell NUMA Fault Resilient Mode. This option is set to Optimizer Mode by default.
NOTE: The Memory Operating Mode option can have different default and available options based on the memory configuration of your system.
NOTE: The Dell Fault Resilient Mode option establishes an area of memory that is fault resilient. This mode can be used by an operating system that supports the feature to load critical applications or enables the operating system kernel to maximize system availability.
Specifies if Non-Uniform Memory architecture (NUMA) is supported. If this field is set to Enabled, memory interleaving is supported if a symmetric memory configuration is installed. If the field is set to Disabled, the system supports NUMA (asymmetric) memory configurations. This option is set to Disabled by default.
Specifies the Snoop Mode options. The Snoop Mode options available are Home Snoop, Early Snoop, and Cluster on Die. This option is set to Early Snoop by default. This field is available only when the Node Interleaving is set to Disabled.
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