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Schaer Sebastien
Occasional Visitor

EOS list

Hello,

I have some old compaq server, and I wonder to konw if it exist in HP website a "end of service" information for proliant system?

Then I can check when we have to renew them.

Thanks in advance for the answer.
5 REPLIES

Re: EOS list

Hi Sebastien,

Please find attached PDF. Hope this will provide you the information.

Regards
Edwin P

Schaer Sebastien
Occasional Visitor

Re: EOS list

Edwin,

Thats just exactly what I was searching for!

Thanks a lot for the file.

Regards
Schaerer Paul
Occasional Visitor

Re: EOS list

Hi all
Where is this list from?
Is there a new version available?
Thanks
jbtille
Occasional Visitor

Re: EOS list

Any listing newer than this. Looking for EOS data on Proliant Generation 6 models.  -JBT

Renjiv
Respected Contributor

Re: EOS list

Hello,

 

Greetings!

 

HP may be able to give a more definitive answer, but one way to check is to view the QuickSpecs or Product Bulletin for the model you are interested in.

 

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/productbulletin.html

 

For example, search for DL380 G5  (I had to spell out "generation" in this case) and you get this:

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/productbulletin.html#!spectype=worldwide&type=html&doc...

 

Open the PDF or HTML page and look at the bottom of the document.  In this case I found:

 

 DA-12477 63 - Version 63 - September 23, 2010 --- Retired on November 30, 2009

 

This tells me that the EOL date was Nov 30, 1999.  EOSL date is typically 5 years later, so Nov 30, 2014.  The 5 year timeline isnt a hard fast rule though.

 

Regards,

Renji V

I am an HP employee.

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