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Senthil Kumar .A_1
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server hardware layouts

hello friends,

This is quite out of context as far as technical consultaion is concerned .Since HP has stopped supporting servers like D230/330, G30,F30...so on etc.It has caused me much inconvenience gathering information regarding the system board layouts.that is a simple diagrams depicting the number of CIO slots,EISA slots ...etc.

I was wondering if any could help me find the site were i could lay hand upon the hardware diagrams of all historic servers of HP
to present servers,...

Responders will be aptly rewarded with points

senthil

p.s : I am also interested in knowing h/w details of HP 1000/9000 Apollo systems...as well series 100,300/400,700,800....
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erics_1
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Re: server hardware layouts

Senthil,

While not all inclusive in what you're searching for, this link should get you quite a bit of what you're looking for:

http://www.docs.hp.com/hpux/hw/index.html

Best Regards,
Eric
Victor Fridyev
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Re: server hardware layouts

Try this
http://www.wdpi.com/hp_servers.htm

HTH
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curt larson_1
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Re: server hardware layouts

you could take a look at:
http://www.openpa.net/
and see if they have anything that your looking to get
SureshKumar_2
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Re: server hardware layouts

Hi

Plz find the URL where u can the info....
This site will cover including layout.

http://www.openpa.net/systems/ultralight.html
http://www.openpa.net/systems/j-class.html
http://www.openpa.net/systems/hawk.html
http://www.openpa.net/systems/e-class.html
http://www.openpa.net/systems/nova.html

This url descripes about the history of PA-Risc processor and Used servers this also will be help ful to u.

http://www.openpa.net/cpu.html

sorry apollo i dont have any idea

Hope these info were useful to you

suresh
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