Damaged DIMM

 
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DoHuuBa
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Damaged DIMM

  A customer requires five HPE ProLiant servers that will be mounted in a rack and shipped from site to site All servers must be online within an hour of site arrival Which feature will ensure that the servers win be available to the business if travel motion has damaged a DIMM?

  1. HPE Fast Fault Tolerance Memory protection
  2. Triple+ Parity RAID protection
  3. Flash Back Write Cache battery protection
  4. HPE Active Health System integration
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Anu_K
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Re: Damaged DIMM

Hello,

For redundancy on DIMM failure, you can use "HPE Fast Fault Tolerance Memory protection"

HPE Fast Fault Tolerant (ADDDC)—Enables the system to correct memory errors and continue to operate in cases of multiple DRAM device failures on a DIMM. Provides protection against uncorrectable memory errors beyond what is available with Advanced ECC.

For more advanced memory protection options, you can refer to this : https://techlibrary.hpe.com/docs/iss/proliant-gen10-uefi/s_config_adv_memory.html

Hope it helps!

 

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