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HP disk array / 9GB SE drive question

Jesse Dougherty
Honored Contributor

HP disk array / 9GB SE drive question

does anyone know what HP disk array takes Seagate 9GB single ended (50 pin) 72000 RPM disk drives, either part number ST39173N or ST39216N as the internal mechs? I'm doing some backwards math to track some of these drives down.

Thanks
Jesse Dougherty
Cypress Technology, Inc
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Jesse Dougherty
Honored Contributor

Re: HP disk array / 9GB SE drive question

The array manufacture does no necessarily need to be HP, if anyone knows of any other manufactures array that uses those drive, Sun, DEC, IBM, EMC, etc.. I could use that information also.
Rao Uppuluri
Advisor

Re: HP disk array / 9GB SE drive question

I think HP AutoRAID 12h is one of the arrays that take these disks.

Rao
Jesse Dougherty
Honored Contributor

Re: HP disk array / 9GB SE drive question

the 9GB 7200 RPM drives for the 12H (A3703A) are actually the ST39173WC drives, I'm looking for the ST39216N 50-pin drives. There commonly found in the 9000 R class boxes, E class boxes, and the 9000 A180 boxes... but I can't seem to find what array there use in.


Jesse@cypress-tech.com
Patrick Wallek
Honored Contributor

Re: HP disk array / 9GB SE drive question

Jesse,

Possibly Jamaica JBOD units in the SE configuration?
Jesse Dougherty
Honored Contributor

Re: HP disk array / 9GB SE drive question

no, you have the ST39173WC or the ST39175WC for the 9GB in the Jamaica HASS