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we have hp porlaint ml 350 servers , and it working proper now we need to replace server disks without loss the data, note: -os : windows server 2003
I have a ML 350 with a 641 controller running RAID5 with 3 36 gb drives and 2 72 gb drives. Since the 72s are acting as 36s can I rebuild them with 36s?
can anyone tell me which is best suitable server i can set up in my office. the server is used for backing up data and storing emails etc !!!! actually what do u suggest of hp proliant ml350 series???