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GeeTee
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ML370 G2

Hi all.

We have one of these servers in a live environment and it is rapidly running out of space. It currently has 6x 18.2gb HDD fitted in the cage so we need to fit either the Internal two bay hot plug SCSI drive cage or an internal non-hot plug drive. My problem is I do not what these part numbers are so that we can order from HP. Any assisance greatfully received
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Igor Karasik
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Re: ML370 G2

See "HP ProLiant ML370 G2 Server - Option Parts"
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&objectID=c00399187#N1010D
I understand that is live environment, but maybe better option will be replace 6*18 Gb disks to 6*72 Gb disks for example.
You can use "replace one by one" disk method.
GeeTee
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Re: ML370 G2

Thanks for the quick response Igor.
Would you recommend fitting any additional PSU's when we do this upgrade? Also, do you know the part number for the SCSI cable needed to connect the cage?
Igor Karasik
Honored Contributor

Re: ML370 G2

I think you don't need additional PSU.
We have such drive cages on some our
ML370 G3 servers (and we use it with 300Gb disks) , if I rememeber right you don't need any additional SCSI cable - you receive all that you need with drive cage kit.