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You can download the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) from java.com.


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Probably the safest thing to do would be to send them all to a company like Kroll OnTrack. They understand the on-disk format of HP's RAID. Since all of the drives are operational, this probably wouldn't be too expensive but you'll have to talk to the right rep to get them to understand what you want: identify and group, but do not recover. If you have ...


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I don't think it's worth using this server in ANY situation right now. Even an entry-level modern $500 system will be more capable and robust. I'm not sure I understand the desire to use something for "non-critical functions" just because it's there. To answer your specific questions, though, Ultra 320 SCSI drives topped out at 300GB 15k RPM before SAS/SATA ...


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Interesting question from a customer/end user perspective. My advice is not to use the HP DL380 G5 systems for anything today, if you can avoid it? They are unfavorable for power, performance, support and compatibility reasons. A few examples: RAM is very limited on this model. Any SATA SSD used on a Smart Array P400-era controller (2005-2008) will be ...


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The controller will erase the disks if you do this the wrong way... Since HP Smart Array controllers store the array metadata on the actual drives, you can often move or relocate HP disk sets. However, there's some tolerance for drive displacement (slot reordering, etc). So if the drives are moved together, the RAID is usaully intact. If you start doing ...


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Probably not. You've added a foreign component to the HP system. It can't be expected to work the same way as native parts. My experience with LSI controllers running the internal disks of a ProLiant server is that the disk LED activity is random or may not correlate to what's actually happening. But in the end, it really doesn't matter. It's worth noting ...


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Ok, finally figured out what was wrong! Thanks to Chopper3 for pointing me in the right direction. The problem is that the firmware was too old for the Windows Server 2012R2 B110i driver. I had to upgrade the firmware using Smart Update Firmware DVD Proliant Support Pack v10.10 first, then I was able to run SPP to get the latest version. After all that, ...


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Dude... you need to have working parts. There's a minimum number of fans required for that server to POST. You mention four fans. There are six slots. You probably only have one processor, which means that you need THREE running fans of FOUR to operate in order for the system to behave. At POST: o The BIOS performs an orderly shutdown if two or more fans ...


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From both the server spec sheet and the SmartArray 6i manual, the maximum HDD size is capped at 300 GB. While I think that this is not an hard limit, the fact that you had to use old Ultra320 disks (not newer SAS ones), let me think that you can not buy bigger disk at all. Regarding the supported disks, from my understanding HP controller have no problem in ...


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Set the port on the HP switch to untagged for that VLAN. Assuming you are using the same HP switch to connect to the ASA, set the VLAN to tagged on the port connecting to your ASA Don't tag traffic on the endpoint.


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I searched HP's website... http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-bpj02930#N10473 That is all.



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