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I want to buy one of these servers because they are affordable, but most of the ones I'm looking at have 2x 72GB SAS drives in them which is not enough for my needs. Can anyone tell me if there is any way to use a regular 2.5" (or 3.5" if i...
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good afternoon guys. read the manual on the HPE ProLiant BL420c Gen8 Server sever server site. More precise to know what the maximum consumption in watts of it. Because I want to scale a no-break to a group of servers.
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hello i am planning to buy a hpe synergy 480 gen10 and im wondering if this blade is usable on C7000 chassis or not previously thanks a lot
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I want to buy one of these servers because they are affordable, but most of the ones I'm looking at have 2x 72GB SAS drives in them which is not enough for my needs. Can anyone tell me if there is any way to use a regular 2.5" (or 3.5" if i...
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hello i am planning to buy a hpe synergy 480 gen10 and im wondering if this blade is usable on C7000 chassis or not previously thanks a lot
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Hello All, I am trying to update firmware with SUM tool. I have installed SUM tool and trying to below command. <servername>:/mnt/iso/packages # ./smartupdate add --nodes x.x.x.x type=linux Copying sum files to /var/tmp/localsum Add in progress...
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Hi Matt Had the same problem with Proliant BL660c gen 8, we tried almost everything we could think off, no success. Elevated the call to Level 2 engineering and they were taking very long to resolve. So we decided to apply some classical troubleshoot...
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Firmware DVD 10.10 (4 Jun 2012) is the final version. HP Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) has replaced it. Click here to download SPP . Regards, Vijayasarathy
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It works as always, but better start at www.hpe.com now. Select the enclosure or a blade of your choice and you get http://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=1844083&swItemId=MTX_dc5dc1fa9051424caa148ee23a&swEnvOid=54 Type:...
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