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Your "new" server is also using 2 generation old processors. They are a newer, lower power iteration of that generation. Unless you're intimately familiar with processor architecture, it's a good idea to stay within the same family and TDP when you're upgrading. Intel's nomenclature isn't always as straight forward as it could be, but the current ...


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I'd ask the SAN administrator. It's easier than guessing :) I mean, fdisk and dmesg will give you manufacturer info. But the answer to this depends on the make/model of the storage array. NetApp != HDS != Lefthand != EMC Can you give some more info about what you want to know? If you need SAN specs and don't readily have access to the administrator, ...


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I know how it's done AIX, but a quick google on Linux brought me the sg3_utils package. You want to send a SCSI inquiry. Each storage will have their own way of replying- my VSP, for example, embeds the LDEV address, array serial number, and a bunch of other useful information into its reply. SCSI inquiries are a part of the SCSI protocol, meaning that it ...



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