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Nah
Occasional Visitor

Smart Array Cluster

Is there a possibility to connect a ML 370 G1 (the old one) to a smart array cluster
Paul Weser
7 REPLIES
Mark Morgan
Regular Advisor

Re: Smart Array Cluster

This might help you, a url for the system:http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/proliantml370/. Hope this helps.
Nah
Occasional Visitor

Re: Smart Array Cluster

I'm have an old ML 370 G1 and I want to connect it to an existen SCSI smart array cluster
Paul Weser
Roberto_30
Frequent Advisor

Re: Smart Array Cluster

Yes you can.
You must use a Samrt Array 532 card.
Let me know if you need more informations.
Regards Roberto
Nah
Occasional Visitor

Re: Smart Array Cluster

Thank Roberto for your answer.
The old ML370 G1 Server
has no slot for the 532
Smart Array Controller.
If you have an Idea let me know.
Paul Weser
Doug de Werd
Honored Contributor

Re: Smart Array Cluster

The ML370 G1 is not supported with the Smart Array Cluster Storage. You must have either an integrated Smart 5i/+ or SA532 controller in order to talk to a Smart Array Cluster Storage (no other controllers are currently supported). Unfortunately, the ML370 G1 does not support the SA532, so you cannot use the ML370 G1 with the Smart Array Cluster Storage.

Thanks,
Doug
Expert in ProLiant Clusters
Nah
Occasional Visitor

Re: Smart Array Cluster

Thank you Doug for your answer.
So you think there is technical no way
to build a w2k Cluster with
a ML370 G1 and a smart Array Cluster.
Paul Weser
Doug de Werd
Honored Contributor

Re: Smart Array Cluster

No, you can't even get it to work in an "unsupported" configuration. The SA Cluster Storage requires either the integrated Smart 5i/+ (which the 370 G1 does not have) or the SA-532 PCI card. The SA-532 requires a 3.3 Volt PCI slot only, and the ML 370 G1 only has 5.0 Volt PCI slots, so the SA-532 won't work.

Thanks,
Doug
Expert in ProLiant Clusters