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How to identify my server series and size

80skeys
Frequent Advisor

How to identify my server series and size

I feel silly asking this, but how do I tell what kind of server I've got? I'm not familiar with HP hardware, so I go to the server and look at the front, which says "HP 9000 N-class Model N4000", but I don't see "N4000" anywhere in the following list:

http://h20180.www2.hp.com/apps/Nav?h_pagetype=s-001&h_lang=en&h_cc=us&h_product=321931&h_client=S-A-R163-1&h_page=hpcom〈=en&cc=us

Nor do I see it listed in HP Certified System Administrator 3rd ed pages 128-129.
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Torsten.
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Re: How to identify my server series and size

Naming for this server has changed several years ago, new name is

N4000 = rp7400


Hope this helps!
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Torsten.
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Re: How to identify my server series and size

If you follow the link you posted above, you will find this:

http://h20180.www2.hp.com/apps/Nav?h_pagetype=s-001&h_lang=en&h_cc=us&h_product=86774&h_client=S-A-R163-1&h_page=hpcom〈=en&cc=us



(you will finally reach the ITRC site).

If you need documentation, go to

http://docs.hp.com/en/hw.html#HP%209000%20rp7400%20Server%20%28N-Class%29

Hope this helps!
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80skeys
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Re: How to identify my server series and size

Question answered by Torsten