At first, I apologize for my question, but I am complete beginner.
My friend gave me an old HP Proliant DL385 server which was replaced in bank, where he works, by newer stuff. Because of privacy, he removed all hard-drives from it and told me that I have to search for my own.
I've realized that this server uses SCSI-SCA interface and these kind of hard drives are not selling anymore. I've tried to search for second hand; however, I found only one person in my country, who is willing to sell only two very old SCSI drives.
I would like to ask you, is it possible "somehow" to replace SCSI interface with SATA one on the server motherboard, or is there any way to adapt SATA harddrives to SCSI interface?