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HP Proliant DLG7, where is [F8] menu? | IT Blog
Not to be rude, but a little effort on your part will go along way in garnering some good will here and provoking thoughtful, well considered answers in addition to furthering your IT career. Even with a clean layout it’s just damn hard to h7 to the locking tabs on the ethernet cables without using a small screwdriver or hiring an intern with long fingernails.
Wed Jan 19, 8: I normally didn’t have to go to the P unless I needed external controller ports. We had plenty of problems with iLo drivers and firmware until we disabled ASR, but that was caught before production Nah, once we disabled Rraid we haven’t had any issues with the G5’s. Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor.
Question about HP G7 servers RAID controllers
Works well and saves the power consumption of a couple of disks, plus the cost. Will any SSD work?
Sign up using Email and Password. Dec 22, Posts: From the “i” designation, I would think it’s integrated but all price lists seems to indicate that one of the machine’s internal PCI slot is already in use we assume by the RAID card.
Last edited by scorp on Tue Jan 11, 9: The only supported key I’ve seen if an awfully expensive 2gb one. More specs here, with diagrams: Jun 28, Posts: That being said, the actually aren’t much more expensive than the if at all so we ccontroller get these anyway.
Tue Jan 11, 2: Be warned that using non-HP disks SSDs included with a HP SmartArray is not supported and may not work though they typically doand there may be performance losses which is common with mismatched equipment. Apr 24, Posts: Tue Jan 11, They actually use less power under load for the same configuration because of the more efficient fans so if you aren’t space limited and it really is the same cost that’s a good idea.
How to boot to RAID setup configuration utility on – Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community