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To map 9000/800/L2000-44 with server model RPxxxx

 
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Shelley Zhou
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To map 9000/800/L2000-44 with server model RPxxxx

Hello,
How to map the system model like 9000/800/L2000-44 with server model RP4440, RP4410, RP5400 etc? When I ran 'model' command, I got 9000/800/L2000-44. But how can I determine its RPxxxx model? I have only remote access to the system, so can't check it on site.
Thanks for your help!

Kind regards
Shelley Zhou
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Torsten.
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Re: To map 9000/800/L2000-44 with server model RPxxxx

The solution is in your duplicated thread.


Please refer to

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1158518

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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tkc
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Re: To map 9000/800/L2000-44 with server model RPxxxx

the naming model for HP9000 servers are using the following convention :

RP#### ==> PA-RISC servers
RX#### ==> Integrity servers

The L2000 belongs to L-class which is the old naming convention. So we have the old L-class servers as RP54xx and N-class servers RP7400.
Shelley Zhou
Occasional Advisor

Re: To map 9000/800/L2000-44 with server model RPxxxx

Thank you all very much!!

Yesterday the Server was very slow, which made me blieve that the first one failed to submit. Sorry for duplicate thread!!

Cheers
Shelley Zhou