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How to get a pair of SSD's in RAID 1 in a ML110 G7 with LFF cage?

 
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alank22
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How to get a pair of SSD's in RAID 1 in a ML110 G7 with LFF cage?

I have a couple of 2.5" SSD's that I need to figure out how to get into a ML110 G7 with a LFF cage.  How do you accomplish this?

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Jimmy Vance
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Re: How to get a pair of SSD's in RAID 1 in a ML110 G7 with LFF cage?

There is not a supported solution from HPE. That being said, do a search for "2.5" SSD to 3.5" SATA Hard Disk Drive HDD Adapter CADDY TRAY CAGE Hot Swap Plug"

 




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alank22
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Re: How to get a pair of SSD's in RAID 1 in a ML110 G7 with LFF cage?

Thank you!

Jimmy Vance
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Re: How to get a pair of SSD's in RAID 1 in a ML110 G7 with LFF cage?

just make sure the adapter you get keeps the connectors in the same location. One I looked at showed it next to a 3.5" drive so you could see how the connector matched. I did see a few that just allowed you to fit a 2.5 in a 3.5 space and didn't include any connector, those won't work




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parnassus
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Re: How to get a pair of SSD's in RAID 1 in a ML110 G7 with LFF cage?

Successfully used some of these (They're very solid...Made in USA, not exactly cheap but they're build with solid aluminium) on some HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 machines. I know, it's definitely unsupported...but they did the job.