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Why the Maximum internalstorage of ProLiand Microserver Gen10 is 16TB (4 x 4TB) 3.5" SATA?

 
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Why the Maximum internalstorage of ProLiand Microserver Gen10 is 16TB (4 x 4TB) 3.5" SATA?

I found that the Product features of ProLiand Microserver Gen10 shows Maximum internalstorage:NHP 16TB (4 x 4TB) 3.5" SATA? I want to know why the limit is 16TB? Is the reason of Embedded Storage Controller  Marvell 88SE9230 PCIe to SATA 6Gb/s Controller or other reasons?

If I want to install 16TB (2 x 8TB)  3.5" SATA Hard Drivers into the server, what will happen?

If I want to install one 12TB 3.5" SATA Driver into the server, what will happen? 

Is the HPE Smart Array E208i-p SR Gen10 controller a option kit, not a ship standard ? 

 

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Re: Why the Maximum internalstorage of ProLiand Microserver Gen10 is 16TB (4 x 4TB) 3.5" SATA?

Hello

The best way to verify what is supported in particular server model is Quick Specs:
http://h20195.www2.hpe.com/v2/redirect.aspx?/products/quickspecs/15950_div/15950_div.PDF

In section HPE Hard Drives you can check what could be istalled and functionall properly in Microserver Gen10;
The biggest hard drive in this days is 4TB;
HPE 4TB SATA 6G Midline 7.2K LFF (3.5in) RW 1yr Wty HDD 801888-B21;
HPE cannot give any recommendation for unsupported options;

According to Quick Specs you can install Essential HPE Smart Array RAID Controller:
HPE Smart Array E208i-p SR Gen10 (8 Internal Lanes/No Cache) 12G SAS PCIe Plug-in Controller 804394-B21
http://h20195.www2.hpe.com/v2/redirect.aspx?/products/quickspecs/15920_div/15920_div.PDF

 

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Marcin Weglarski

HPE employee

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