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Noble Sebastian
Frequent Advisor

HPserver 807S

Hi experts ,

I have one old server 807S model , this not booting , I think disk problem ,
How to change disk this server …
Booting prompt ..SEARCH command not working same as SEA …which command using this server ….HP UX which version support this server …
Now using 4 GB scsi disk , I can use hot strable disk though converter …



Thanks …all ….
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: HPserver 807S

What OS version is running? 9.xx?

This box must be at least 15 years old.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Noble Sebastian
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Re: HPserver 807S

hi, HP UX 7, or 8

any idea ..

thanks
Noble
melvyn burnard
Honored Contributor

Re: HPserver 807S

Well HP-UX 7 and 8 are ancient history I am afraid, and the serevr itself is also a museum piece.
If you still have your install media there should be a diagnostics and recovery tape (or possibly CD)
Use that to try to recover
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Bill Hassell
Honored Contributor

Re: HPserver 807S

If you changed the boot disk, then you must locate the installation media, probably a DDS tape for version 7, dds or CD for later versions. Hopefully you still have some documentation on installing this very old version of HP-UX.


Bill Hassell, sysadmin
Andrew Rutter
Honored Contributor

Re: HPserver 807S

hi,

I think 10.20 was the last supported version on the 807 family of servers

To boot them you cannot do the search command at BCH as it wasnt available on these older machines. Everything is very specific.

you will have to know the exact boot path

ie, boot 16/8/6.0.0

depending upon the boot path of what you want to boot.

Andy