HP P6300 Noise/*dba

 
ChrisKolti
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HP P6300 Noise/*dba

Hi,

i am thinking to order a P6300 but i could not find any information how loud this is liek i found it for the P2000 this was about 70 dba. Can someone tell me how loud the P6300 or P6500 is ?

Thanks,

Chris

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Torsten.
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Re: HP P6300 Noise/*dba

The P6300 is obsolete for many years now.


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ChrisKolti
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Re: HP P6300 Noise/*dba

Hi @Torsten. ,

thanks for the quick answer. This is for private use. Would you even not go for the P6500 ? or thinking for going to the D3700 ?

I could not find any Information how this D3700 works. Currently i am running on a D2000.

Regards,

Chris

Torsten.
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Re: HP P6300 Noise/*dba

The P6500 needs a license you probably don't have.

You need Adobe Flash to manage it.

It provides FC connectivity only.

The P6500 is like the P2000 a disk array, the D2xxx and D3xxx are just JBODs with SAS connectivity.

All depends on your needs.

 


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ChrisKolti
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Re: HP P6300 Noise/*dba

Hi @Torsten. ,

thanks again for this useful Information. So i will stay with the D2000 after you told me these Information.

Which one would you recommend for a disk array after the D2000? just form information.

the think behind is that a Oracle Database Cluster will be running on it, and i was looking to save electricity

Regards,

Chris