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Whereabouts of quickspec for 8400 (aka Keystone)

 
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Ralph Grothe
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Whereabouts of quickspec for 8400 (aka Keystone)

Hello,

a colleague of mine asked me if I knew where to find the quickspec PDF file for a 8400 Keystone server.
He said that he could only find those specs for newer servers.
He already has searched all of HP's websites he could think of.
I had to admit to him that I haven't come accross these quickspecs at all so far.
Maybe they were named differently in former days, or were in a completely other form available?
Has anyone heard of this particular one?

Rgds
Ralph
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Robert-Jan Goossens
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Jaime Bolanos Rojas.
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Re: Whereabouts of quickspec for 8400 (aka Keystone)

Ralph, yes that's an impossible search.

The better thing that I got for you is this link:

http://asset.westernblue.com/cssi/beta2.1a/specs/serverRX8620/quickspecs.htm

it talk a lot about the rp8400.

Regards,

jaime.
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Ralph Grothe
Honored Contributor

Re: Whereabouts of quickspec for 8400 (aka Keystone)

Hello Mates,

many thanks for supplying me the links!

At first glance I find them very useful
but I am not sure what my colleague precisely is after.
So I forwarded the link to this thread to him to let decide himself.

Rgds.
Ralph
Madness, thy name is system administration
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Robert Daly_2
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Re: Whereabouts of quickspec for 8400 (aka Keystone)

Ralph, here's the direct link to the rp8420 (follow on to the rp8400):

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/11894_div/11894_div.PDF

If your colleague also wants to look into the equivalent Integrity server, here's the .pdf link for the rx8640:

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12471_div/12471_div.PDF

Quickspecs are basically datasheets; they've been popular in the Proliant space, so more areas are using them now for reference
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