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PA RISC -Hardware Question

 
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subhashni
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PA RISC -Hardware Question

Hello,
Is it necessary to use power management cables for console solutions for new PA-Risc systems.
Thanks in advance.
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Zinky
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Re: PA RISC -Hardware Question

Please elaborate.

You mean UPS connections?
Power management on the newer PARISC systems?

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HGN
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Re: PA RISC -Hardware Question

Hi

Could you explain better what you are looking for

Cable connection for the console or
UPS connections

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John Payne_2
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Re: PA RISC -Hardware Question

Are you talking about the 3 headed dongle that comes with the machine? You just plug it in, and use the one labeled 'console' to plug the console in. The newer machines can do multiple functions with the same connection.

We have no need for the 'UPS' head or the 'Remote' head, they just remain covered up...

Hope it helps

John
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subhashni
Regular Advisor

Re: PA RISC -Hardware Question

Thank you
unix4me
Mahesh Kumar Malik
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Re: PA RISC -Hardware Question

Hi Subhashni

Power management is basically useful when you have UPS. Its connectivity with system will monitor state of input power and let the system switch over to UPS in case of main power failure and gracefully shutdown the server.


Regards
Mahesh
subhashni
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Re: PA RISC -Hardware Question

Thanks All
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