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Questions on adding a new disk to an RX2620

 
John Dorak
Advisor

Questions on adding a new disk to an RX2620

I'm trying to add a new disk to our existing Integrity RX2620. I'm not that familiar with this particular piece of hardware.
Is there a spare bay in this to add a new disk?

If so, I need to know how to find the Model Number for my system based on the product matrix:
http://h20141.www2.hp.com/hpparts/Search_Multi_Product.asp?mscssid=BN50T0UGDJV59GPF3G9XXL1LJEEN3V0E&SearchCriteria=RX2620

Thanks,
John D.
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Sameer_Nirmal
Honored Contributor

Re: Questions on adding a new disk to an RX2620

Take a look at the link given below which shows the server schematic and the specifications.If there is a space in the hard disks bay, you can add the disk there.

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=c00271397
Sameer_Nirmal
Honored Contributor

Re: Questions on adding a new disk to an RX2620

The procedure to add a hard disk in the interbal bay is given at
http://docs.hp.com/en/AD117-9001A/ch03s04.html
John Dorak
Advisor

Re: Questions on adding a new disk to an RX2620

Thanks very much Sameer,
Still have a question on how to determine the model number so I can get the correct part number from the matrix referenced above.

Regards,
John D.
Sameer_Nirmal
Honored Contributor

Re: Questions on adding a new disk to an RX2620

You can get the product number using following offline interfaces
1. MP -> CM -> DF ( If you have MP installed)
2. EFI Shell i.e shell>info sys

From within online HPUX OS environment,
# print_manifest
# echo "sel path 'system';info;wait;infolog;exit" | cstm

Phil uk
Honored Contributor

Re: Questions on adding a new disk to an RX2620

Hi,

Try:
AB332A
This is certainly a product number for a variant of the RX2620.
HTH,
Phil
John Dorak
Advisor

Re: Questions on adding a new disk to an RX2620

Thanks to all for your responses. As part of a "Duh" moment I finally got physical access to the machine (it's in a server room maintained by the IT group) and low and behold there's a little tab on the front of the machine with all the info I need.

Thanks again,
John D.