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HPUX 11iV3 hardware support matrix

 
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HPUX 11iV3 hardware support matrix

I am looking for a document that show what hardware is supported for HPUX 11iV3. We currently have several rp7400 and rp7410 systems. We are looking to purchase an HP integrity with itanium processors. It is my understanding that you must us HPUX 11iV3 in order to create virtual machines on this system. Is 11iV3 supported on the rp7400 and rp7410 hardware also?
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For Integrity Virtual Machines you need to have an Integrity Server installed with HP-UX 11iV2, currently 11iV3 is NOT supported as a Virtual Machine Host.

For server support on HP-UX 11iV3, refer to the Release Notes at:
http://docs.hp.com/en/5992-1996/5992-1996.pdf

and teh Installing and Update manual at:
http://docs.hp.com/en/5992-0689/5992-0689.pdf
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Here is the list:

http://docs.hp.com/en/5992-0689/ch02s03.html

rp7400 is not supported
rp7410 is supported

HP virtual machines currently (version 3) cannot run on 11iv3 (host), but you can install it as a guest.

In order to run HPVM you need 11iv2 (11.23).

Hope this helps!
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Re: HPUX 11iV3 hardware support matrix

Thanks to you all. All answers pointed me to the information I was looking for.