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Nicky_5
Regular Advisor

HP Servers question

Hi All,

Can some one tell me how i can find the specifications of the followinf HP server model:
1)800 H60
2)9000 D Class

I dont have any access to these machines. I gan get these machines for a very very low cost, but just wanted to know if they are worth the space in the server room.
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: HP Servers question

not sure the H is still available online.

All Enterprise servers documents are available online at

http://docs.hp.com/en/hw.html

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Nicky_5
Regular Advisor

Re: HP Servers question

Hi Thanks for youre response.

I think i should take the 9000 class D server, but i could not find anything on the 800 H60 machine...
any hints in that direction?
Jesse Dougherty
Honored Contributor

Re: HP Servers question

here are some quick specs for the G60 box:

A2436A HP 9000/G60
Transactions per minute: 680
1 x 96MHz PA-RISC 7100LC CPU w/ 2MB Cache
Floating Point Coprocessor CPU type
1.5GB Maximum Memory
Maximum of 5 Internal SE Disk Drives
Maximum of 2 Internal Media Drives
4 Single High HP-PB Expansion I/O slots
Ports on the Multi Function I/O Board:
Single Ended Port
Console Port
Remote Management Port / Modem port
AUI LAN Port
ThinLan Port
Jesse Dougherty
Honored Contributor

Re: HP Servers question

Sorry, that was for the G50, below is for the G60. The part number and transactions per minute changed:

A2980A HP 9000/G60
Transactions per minute: 900
1 x 96MHz PA-RISC 7100LC CPU w/ 2MB Cache
Floating Point Coprocessor CPU type
1.5GB Maximum Memory
Maximum of 5 Internal SE Disk Drives
Maximum of 2 Internal Media Drives
4 Single High HP-PB Expansion I/O slots
Ports on the Multi Function I/O Board:
Single Ended Port
Console Port
Remote Management Port / Modem port
AUI LAN Port
ThinLan Port
Robert_Jewell
Honored Contributor

Re: HP Servers question

Regarding the H60 or "nova" class:

Taken from the following website:
http://www.openpa.net/systems/nova.html

Model
G60/H60: TNova96 - 9000/887

CPU
*60: PA-7100 96MHz with 1024/1024KB off-chip I/D L1 cache

Buses
* HP-PB bus for the general I/O
* SCSI-2 Narrow single-ended bus for disk I/O

Memory
* HP proprietary modules
* 12 slots
* ? minimum, 768MB (12*64MB) maximum

IO Expansion
G*: 4 HP-PB slots

Operating Systems
The only operating system that runs on these servers is HP-UX; all of these servers are officially supported in versions 10.20 for 800s servers and 11.00. Official support for the Nova servers was dropped in 11.11 (11i), however it is still possible in most cases to install and run 11i on these systems, although the OS patches must be carefully reviewed as some could very well break the system (e.g. patches to the SCSI-subsystem).

-Bob
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