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I picked up this server and want to expand the storage. It came with a 16kGB SATA drive. A look st the specs says it can support a bit over 1TB, howver with 6 slots it would seem I could get a lot more than that. A look at the HP drives that are "compatible" looks like I could get 6TB. So my first...
Adding to the issue of "shot gunning, in that same 3011 maintenance actions on 10,000 servers over one year there were 54 instances where the engineer replaced 2 memory DIMMs, is he guessing or does he know both are bad? Is that even likely? Jim4522