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who has an HP 9000 's white paper

if who has an hp 9000's white paper or some materials about the fault mechanism of hp 9000,pls send it to me piaoxin@ftcl.hit.edu.cn
thax very much
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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

What exactly are you looking for?
What server model we are talking about?

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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

i want to know the system architecture especially in the fault tolerant aspact,can u help me
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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

i want to now the system architecture especially in the fault tolerant aspact,can u help me
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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

The "9000" is a large family, the architecture is very different between the models - beginning with the very old models (like E-,G-,H-Class to K-,D-,V-Class there is very less redundancy) to "newer" models (like L- and N-Class) the redundancy was growing up to current systems (like rp8xxx, rp7xxx and superdome) the redundancy is very well.
Again, what systems we are talking about?
What is the aspect of this question (memory/device fault handling, power issues ...)?

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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

Perhaps you will find here what you are looking for:

http://docs.hp.com/en/hw.html

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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

i need all of them , all aspects of fault mechanisms as much as better from cpu to memory ,to bus,to disk. and its just from achitecture aspact ,for example how to prevent cup failures, and what kind of error detect tech have been used in the memory or other places. and the trend
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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

to be simply ,i just want to know where is the redundancy
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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

You would have to study each and every system model individually to determine that.

Some systems have more built-in redundancy than others.

There is no single answer to your question.

Your best bet would be to start at:

http://docs.hp.com

And go through the hardware documentation, the "Enterprise Servers, Workstations Systems Hardware" link, and research whatever system models you are interested in.
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Re: who has an HP 9000 's white paper

i got it.thax