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ats1
Frequent Advisor

hpux configuration

Hi all,
1) I search a HP server with the caracteristics below. in this server i want to install a cluster hpux. i need your assistance please.

Power6 based series
cpu : dual core 4.2 ghz or 4.7 ghz
Memory:8 Gb
internal disk: 7 disks of 300GB

bests regards
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Pete Randall
Outstanding Contributor

Re: hpux configuration

You are out of luck. HP servers, at least as far as this forum are concerned, run either PA-RISC or Itanium processors, not POWER6.


Pete

Pete
ats1
Frequent Advisor

Re: hpux configuration

can you show me a server without power6 option
Torsten.
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Re: hpux configuration

http://www.hp.com/go/integrity

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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johnsonpk
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Re: hpux configuration

>>Power6 based series


Hp Unix cannot run on Power processor ,
What o/s you have it on that server ? AIX or LINUX?

do you have linux on the box and want to create a cluster using Service guard ?
ats1
Frequent Advisor

Re: hpux configuration

let's forget power6. help me to have the server below in wich i can install a cluster hp ux:

cpu : dual core 4.2 ghz or 4.7 ghz
Memory:8 Gb
internal disk: 7 disks of 300GB
BUPA IS
Respected Contributor

Re: hpux configuration

Hello ,
The hp itanium chip set does not exactly match the power chip set but if you want to run an hp-ux service guard cluster, then a pair of properly configured rx8640 with 4 or 6 processors may give you the setup you want . I stress may.
You need to do the research into the specifications and the needs of your application carefully. See this link for the itanium midrange server details :

http://h20341.www2.hp.com/integrity/w1/en/mid-range/integrity-mid-range-servers.html
I hope this of some help
Mike
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ats1
Frequent Advisor

Re: hpux configuration

is it possible to install a cluster hpux on blade server? can i have a server with 7 internal disks of 300GB ?
BUPA IS
Respected Contributor

Re: hpux configuration

Hello,
You could but typically the internal disks on blade systems are used for the os and software. The application data is usually held on an outboard SAN.
You indicated that you wanted 2100GB of internal disk space, So I suggested the midrange systems.

You can research the HP Blades systems here

http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/integrity-bl/c-class/870c/index.html

Mike


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