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Chris Dodenhoff
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rp7410 and HP-UX 11.0

Will HP-UX 11.0 work on a rp7410? The server spec seems to suggest that HU-UX 11i is the only supported operating system.
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David Bell_1
Honored Contributor

Re: rp7410 and HP-UX 11.0

Chris,

From the February '02 Price Guide, it is the only orderable OS (11i). According to the config guide, it's the only supported OS at this release. That information may be updated since February.

HTH,

Dave
MANOJ SRIVASTAVA
Honored Contributor

Re: rp7410 and HP-UX 11.0

Hi Chris


Only 11i you may like to look at :

http://docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/hw/rp7410/index.html


Manoj Srivastava
Michael Tully
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Re: rp7410 and HP-UX 11.0

Hi,

The rp7410 only supports 11i. The reason is
that this new model of the old 'N' class
has the new capabilities of 'OLAR'
(On Line Replacement) of components. This
means that certain pieces of hardware can
be replaced without the need for an outage.
The 11.0 version does not cater for this.
You could possibly run 11.0 on the box but
it wouldn't be supported by HP.

HTH
~Michael~
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Kristopher March
Regular Advisor

Re: rp7410 and HP-UX 11.0

I'm looking for the list of replaceable parts, in which downtime is not required.

I checked: http://docs.hp.com/hpux/hw/index.html#rp7410%20Server

with no luck.
"This ain't no burger flippin job!"
Iain Ashley
Trusted Contributor

Re: rp7410 and HP-UX 11.0

Hi Kristopher,
Any PCI card with redundancy can be replaced (ie, a fibrechannel card with dual pathing on a seperate card) with proper OLAR procedure. In a dual partition system any of the cell hardware (cpu, memory, VRM and the cell itself) in one partition can be replace while the other runs on. The Bulk power supplies can be replaced (as long as redundant power exists) Any of the fans except cpu fans. Internal mirrored disks can be hot plugged.

Cheers
Iain