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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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asked What speed should I expect from an MSA60 attached to an HP p212
Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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revised Advice on DL380 G5 RAM, and why the DIMMS I have aren't supported
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Jan
26
accepted Advice on DL380 G5 RAM, and why the DIMMS I have aren't supported
Jan
25
answered Advice on DL380 G5 RAM, and why the DIMMS I have aren't supported
Jan
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comment Advice on DL380 G5 RAM, and why the DIMMS I have aren't supported
I found this question that I believe you had input on a year or two ago. I hadn't considered the possibility of a BIOS update, as HP now require a support subscription for BIOS downloads. I had a bit of a moan at them, and they provided me with the update, which I will try. Hopefully it will be a similar issue.
Jan
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comment Advice on DL380 G5 RAM, and why the DIMMS I have aren't supported
Comparing the HP Part with the Micron part, are they not essentially identical?
Jan
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comment Advice on DL380 G5 RAM, and why the DIMMS I have aren't supported
Thanks. Being in the UK, it would cost me twice as much to get the HP branded part, as it would for a standard RAM manufacturers part. I can get 16GB as 4x4GB for £19.90, but for the HP stuff, it costs about £17 for only 8GB. The DIMMs share the same specifications, and the ones I had were working. This is only a home lab, so double cost is quite a consideration.
Jan
24
comment Advice on DL380 G5 RAM, and why the DIMMS I have aren't supported
Thanks Aron. Yes 1 and 3 are bank A, 5 and 7 bank B and so on. I tried each DIMM set seperately, but only the two of them worked, the rest showed unsupported DIMMs. I will try again just in case I was going crazy, but pretty sure I will get the same result.
Jan
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asked Advice on DL380 G5 RAM, and why the DIMMS I have aren't supported
Nov
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accepted Mapped drive not reconnecting with other credentials on login (Server 2003)
Nov
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comment Mapped drive not reconnecting with other credentials on login (Server 2003)
Great thanks, seems pretty straightforward. Will give it a go! Thanks
Nov
16
comment Mapped drive not reconnecting with other credentials on login (Server 2003)
I did toy with the idea of a VBscript, but is there anyway to specify the credentials to use, as the drive needs to be connected with credentials different to the current users Windows login. Thanks
Nov
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asked Mapped drive not reconnecting with other credentials on login (Server 2003)
Sep
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accepted Copy VM folder from ESX 3.0.1 host
Sep
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answered Copy VM folder from ESX 3.0.1 host
Sep
27
comment Copy VM folder from ESX 3.0.1 host
Thanks for your reply. Yes the same principle applies to 3.0, and I have enabled SSH server under security profile. The problem is, by default the root user is no granted SSH access, and I have to use a different user account I created. Again, as the VM folders only have read access for root user, my new user account does not have permission to copy files.
Sep
27
comment Copy VM folder from ESX 3.0.1 host
Well I was sllightly off the mark, the host is 3.0.2, and the datastore only has a VMFS version, which is VMFS 3.21
Sep
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asked Copy VM folder from ESX 3.0.1 host