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V Class V2500 A5086a and A5074a

 
Finis Conner
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V Class V2500 A5086a and A5074a

Hello all. I've the possibility to buy a V class V2500 HP 9000 server. But before I would like to know the size, weight, power consumption, etc. Where are all the pdfs and info for HP 9000 servers? Are they not free?

 

Best regards,

Mariano Deheza

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Torsten.
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Re: V Class V2500 A5086a and A5074a

Do you really think you need such big old block?

 

 

Here is some data:

 

http://www.openpa.net/systems/hp-9000_v2500_v2600.html


Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Robert_Jewell
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Re: V Class V2500 A5086a and A5074a

Here you go:

 - size:  bigger than a breadbox, but smaller than a Leibert (though not by much)

 - weight:  'bout a 1/4 ton

 - power consumption:  invest in energy stock

 

OK, so maybe your looking for facts not opinion.  I can attach another doc showing similar info to the one Torsten pointed to.

 

-Bob

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George_Dodds
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Re: V Class V2500 A5086a and A5074a

Hi

 

Here is the site prep guiide for the V 2500, it contains the info your after.

 

http://www.manualshark.org/manualshark/files/28/pdf_26764.pdf

 

Ta

 

George

Finis Conner
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Re: V Class V2500 A5086a and A5074a

>Do you really think you need such big old block?

Hello Torsten!!! I remember you from previous postings (related the serial cable for the rp5470/7400), hope you are OK :-)

First, sorry for the very very delayed response, may be I used a forgotten e-mail address.

Yes I need it :-) :-) :-); because it's the only machine with the computing power afordable for my budget... I'm at Rosario-Argentine, and the beast is at BsAs, will be hard to bring it here, uh? Power here is cheap... by now. Moreover, I love that old computers.

Best regards!

Mariano

Finis Conner
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Re: V Class V2500 A5086a and A5074a

>Here you go:
 >- size:  bigger than a breadbox, but smaller than a Leibert (though not by much)
 >- weight:  'bout a 1/4 ton
 >- power consumption:  invest in energy stock
>OK, so maybe your looking for facts not opinion.  I can attach another doc showing similar info to the one Torsten pointed to.
>-Bob

Thank you Bob!!

First, sorry for the very very delayed response, may be I used a forgotten e-mail address.

It seems that is 1/3 than a Ton approx!

Energy is cheap here, by now :-) :-) :-)  

Bob, another question: This V2500 works with a smaller hpux machine (the A500 maybe?). BUT, the guy that sells the V2500 don't has the A500 (or whatever). May be this A500 could be emulated with another hpux box??

Best regards!

Mariano