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HP Proliant ML110 w/ Ultra ATA/100 controller

 
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David in Tennessee
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HP Proliant ML110 w/ Ultra ATA/100 controller

Has anyone used 250GB ATA drives in a ML110? It seems so strange that HP only offers 40GB and 80GB drives for this server. HP states the max internal storage as 240GB even in the QuickSpecs dated March 17, 2004 (using three drives). Looks like it would be simple and inexpensive to configure 3x250GB.
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Prashant (I am Back)
Honored Contributor

Re: HP Proliant ML110 w/ Ultra ATA/100 controller

Is this what you are looking for.

Hard Drives Wide Ultra320 SCSI - Non-Hot Plug

NOTE: These drives require an additional SCSI controller in ATA models.

36-GB U320 10,000 rpm Non-Hot Plug Hard Drive,1"
271832-B21
72-GB U320 10,000 rpm Non-Hot Plug Hard Drive 1"
332751-B21
ATA 100 - Non-Hot Plug (ATA Models only)

80-GB ATA/100 7,200 rpm Drive, 1" 278424-B21
40-GB ATA/100 7,200 rpm Drive, 1" 230534-B21
160GB ATA/100 7,200 rpm Drive, 1"
366486-B21

SATA 1.5 Gb - Hot Plug HDD (SATA Models Only)

80-GB SATA 1.5Gb 7,200 rpm Drive 1"
349237-B21
160-GB SATA 1.5Gb 7,200 rpm Drive 1"
349238-B21
250-GB SATA 1.5Gb 7,200 rpm Drive 1" 349239-B21


From following site. http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/11889_div/11889_div.HTML]]

Regards,
PRashant S.



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Stephen Kebbell
Honored Contributor
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Re: HP Proliant ML110 w/ Ultra ATA/100 controller

Hi,

I haven't used an ML110, but I had an ML310 with 200GB ATA Drives, and they were not recognised properly on the onboard controller(only saw up to 135GB or so). An extra PCI ATA Controller (non-HP) was installed to get these disks correctly recognised. But there were problems if there were disks on both the onboard and the PCI controller (system wouldn't boot from a disk on the onboard controller anymore)

Regards,
Stephen
e4services
Honored Contributor

Re: HP Proliant ML110 w/ Ultra ATA/100 controller

This is correct, the old IDE controllers did not have mapping for more than 120GB drives. I would also suggest replacing the onboard controller with a modern ATA133 one to get the best results/.
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