HP Proliant ML110 G4 Server
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The ProLiant ML110 G4 delivers the improvements that provide small businesses with the server power and features required to accomplish day-to-day server tasks.
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HP Proliant ML110 G4 Server
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|kipra||7:30am on Monday, September 27th, 2010|
|repeat review Hard disk controller HP Embedded 6 Port SATA Controller with embedded RAID (4 ports for HDD) * Internal drive bays Four 3. Hard disk controller HP Embedded 6 Port SATA Controller with embedded RAID (4 ports for HDD) * Internal drive bays Four 3. Bought this from a friend, It was brilliant pretty fast, Got it racked at Telehouse works like a dream in there. I do recoomend this as a server|
|stevencalifornia||5:21pm on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010|
|Good Server - bad tech support I bought this server on mid-June an HP ML110 G6 with 2 GB memory factory installed. This computer is really good.|
|glevtinw||9:20pm on Sunday, September 5th, 2010|
|HP ProLiant ML110 G5 - Dual-Core Xeon 3065 2.33 GHz by spuddybuddys Bought this from a friend, It was brilliant pretty fast.|
|teejtc||4:11am on Friday, July 30th, 2010|
|Affordable, high build quality, extendible BIOS" RAID not readily supported by Debian Linux|
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HP ProLiant ML110 Generation 4 (G4)
Front View: 1. CD-ROM Drive 2. Power LED 3. Drive Activity LED 4. Well ventilated chassis design 5. Main System Board 6. HDD controller card (Optional) 7. HP LO 100c Management Card (Optional) 8. Rear System Fan 9. 370W Power Supply
Rear View: 1. Power Supply Outlet 2. S/2 Mouse Port 3. PS/2 Keyboard Port 4. Serial Ports A,B 5. VGA Port 6. Rear USB 2.0 Ports 7. LAN Port (RJ-45) 8. HP Lights-Out 100 Remote Management Card Port
Processors: Dual-Core Intel Pentium D Processor 935 (3.2 GHz, 800 MHz FSB) Dual-Core Intel Pentium D Processor 945 (3.4 GHz, 800 MHz FSB) Storage Controller: HP SC44Ge Host Bus Adapter Communications: HP NC110T PCI Express Gigabit Server Adapter Internal Storage: Support up to 1.2TB SAS max storage (4 x 300 GB)
DA - 12577
Worldwide Version 18 February 29, 2008
At A Glance
Processor: Processor Dual-Core Intel Xeon processors 3000 sequence Dual-Core Intel Pentium D processors 800 or 900 sequence Single-Core Intel Celeron D processors Memory 512 MB Standard / 8 GB Maximum of PC2-5300 DDRMHz ECC unbuffered Memory Controller: Storage Controller 4 Port SATA controller with Embedded RAID on Motherboard HP 8 Internal Port SAS HBA with RAID Support: Internal Drive Support 4 HDD Support: 2TB SATA max storage (utilizing 500GB CTO HDD) 1.2TB SAS max storage (4 x 300GB) Controller: Network Controller Embedded NC320i PCIe Gigabit Server Adapter Slots: Expansion Slots Two 32-bit/33MHz PCI at 3.3V slot Two PCI-Express slots (x4 and x8, both in an x8 connector). Ports: USB Ports Six total USB ports (2 internal, 2 front, 2 rear) Factor: Form Factor Micro ATX tower Management: Management Standard IPMI reporting Lights Out 100c Remote Management Card (Optional) Warranty: Warranty Protected by HP Services and a worldwide network of HP Authorized Channel Partners, including a one-year, limited warranty, Next Business Day 1, year on-site limited Global warranty. Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. SATA hard drives have a one year warranty
NOTE: For a brief, printer friendly data sheet that describes this product and informs you of the essential capabilities and specifications, please visit: http://h71028.www7.hp.com/ERC/downloads/4AA0-7780ENW.pdf Dual-Core Intel Pentium D Processor 945 (3.4 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)* Processor One of the following Dual-Core Intel Pentium D Processor 935 (3.2 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)* depending on Model Dual-Core Intel Pentium D processor 925 (3.0 GHz, 800MHz, FSB) Dual-Core Intel Pentium D processor 915 (2.8 GHz, 800MHz FSB) Dual-Core Intel Pentium D processor 820 (2.8 GHz, 800MHz FSB)* Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 3050 (2.13 GHz, 1066MHz FSB)* Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 3040 (1.86 GHz, 1066MHz FSB) Single-Core Intel Celeron D processor 352 (3.20 GHz, 533MHz FSB)* *Available through Configure To Order only. See Factory Integration Models section for more details.
Cache Memory One of the following depending on Model
1x2 MB shared Level 2 cache (Xeon sequence) 2x2 MB Level 2 cache (Pentium D 900 sequence) 2x1 MB Level 2 cache (Pentium D 800 sequence) 512KB Level 2 cache (Celeron D)
Type Standard Maximum
PC2-5300 unbuffered DDR2 SDRAM (667MHz) 512 MB 8 GB
Embedded NC320i PCIe Gigabit Server Adapter
Slot Number 4 3
Bus Speed x8 PCI Express x4 PCI Express
Hot Plug Y/N No No
PCI Voltage n/a n/a 3.3V
Notes Full Height In a x8 slot Full Height Full Height
1/2 32bit/33MHz PCI No NOTE: Only one brace for full length cards provided.
Storage Controller One of the following depending on Model
Integrated 4 port SATA controller with embedded RAID
Storage CD-ROM Hard Drives
48x IDE (ATAPI) CD-ROM Drive 160GB SATA 7200 rpm Drive SATA 72GB SAS 15,000 rpm Drive SAS
Maximum Internal Storage
Type 1.2TB (4x300GB) SAS (Not-hot plug) 2TB (4 x 500GB*) SATA (Non-hot plug) *Available through Configure To Order only. See Factory Integration Models section for more details.
Parallel Serial Pointing Device (Mouse, PS2) Graphics Keyboard (PS2) USB
total (2 rear, 2 front panel, 2 internal (one for USB Tape connectivity)) NOTE: Internal USB ports are optimal for the attachment of HP USB DAT Tape Drives NOTE: Please see the following URL for additional information regarding USB support: http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/platforms/usb-support.html 1 Optional Lights-Out 100c Remote Management port
Network RJ-45 (Ethernet) Management
Integrated 2MB video controller
Micro ATX Tower (4U)
Industry Standard Compliance
ACPI V2.0 Compliant PCI 2.3 Compliant PXE Support WOL Support IPMI 2.0 compliance
Embedded IPMI standard reporting Optional HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100c Remote Management Card
Security Power-on password Setup password
Server Power Cords
12' country specific, lowline NEMA power cord. NOTE: Rack models ship standard with a 12' IEC cable. Most redundant power supply options ship with a 6' country specific power cord. Localized cables included with geographic specific models in other world regions.
1 non-redundant system fan shipped standard 1 non-redundant CPU heatsink fan shipped standard
Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Standard & Enterprise Edition (32 and 64 bit) Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 Microsoft Windows 2003 Server, Web Edition Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Novell NetWare 6.5 SBS (only after SP6 release) RedHat Enterprise Linux SUSE Linux Enterprise Server NOTE: For an up-to-date listing of the latest ML110 G4 OS support matrix, please see: http://www.hp.com/go/supportos NOTE: For an up-to-date listing of the latest software and drivers available for your server, please select your server: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Product.jsp?lang=en&cc= us&taskId=135&prodTypeId=15351&prodCatId=241435 NOTE: Drivers may also found on the base media for some Linux OS's. When configuring your server, please consult your base media driver base, or visit HP.com at: http://h18023.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/index.html NOTE: For more Linux OS support & certification information, please visit our the ProLiant & Bladesystem Server Linux matrix: http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/linux/hpLinuxcert.html NOTE: When installing a Windows OS Environment and configuring the embedded SATA RAID, AHCI, or SAS controllers, installation of a driver from a diskette device is required. The optional USB floppy drive (part number DC361B) is required on the ML110 G4 to accomplish this operation. NOTE: Netware 6.5 SP6 is not supported with the embedded SATA RAID.
Factory Express Portfolio for Servers and Storage
HP Factory Express offers configuration, customization, integration and deployment services for HP servers and/or storage products. Customers can choose how their factory solutions are built, tested, integrated, shipped and deployed. Factory Express offers service packages for simple configuration, racking, installation, complex configuration and design services as well as individual factory services, such as image loading, asset tagging and custom packaging HP products supported through Factory Express include a wide array of servers and storage: HP Integrity, HP ProLiant, HP ProLiant Server Blades, HP BladeSystem, HP 9000 servers, as well as, the MSA1000, VA7xxx, EVA, XP, rackable tape libraries and configurable network switches. For more information on Factory Express services for your specific server model please contact your sales representative or go to http://www.hp.com/go/factory-express.
HP Enterprise Configurator
The HP eCo-Enterprise Configurator now provides factory default racking for our HP hardware portfolio. This approach is aligned with our strategic direction to meet the needs and expectations of our valued customers. If you require "custom" rack configuration, please contact HP's Customer Business Center or an Authorized Partner for assistance.
Service and Support
This product is covered by a global limited warranty and supported by HP Services and a worldwide network of HP Authorized Channel Partners. Hardware diagnostic support and repair is available for one year from date of purchase. Support for software and initial setup is available for 90 days from date of purchase. Additional support may be covered under the warranty or available for an additional fee. Enhancements to warranty services are available through HP Care Pack services or customized service agreements. NOTE: Server Warranty includes 1 year Parts, 1 year Labor, 1-year on-site support with next business day response. Additional information regarding worldwide limited warranty and technical support is available at: http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/platforms/warranty/index.html HP Care Pack Services provide total care and support expertise with committed response designed to meet your IT and business needs. HP Care Pack services include coverage for the HP branded hardware options qualified for the server that are purchased at the same time or afterward and internal to the enclosure. It also includes the 22" and smaller external monitors and tower UPS options up to 3kVA. These items will be covered at the same service level and for the same coverage period as the server. Coverage of UPS Battery is not included and standard warranty terms & conditions apply. For servers or storage systems installed within a rack, service also covers all HP qualified rack options installed within the same rack. To fully capitalize on your HP ProLiant servers' capabilities requires a service partner who thoroughly understands your server technology and systems environment. HP Services, an industry leader in provision of multi vender support solutions provides a range of support services designed to meet the varying needs of business. Whether an SMB or large global corporation HP has a ProLiant server support offer to help you speedily deploy and maximize system uptime. Recommended Service - Simplify ProLiant solution implementation, maintenance and management. Support Service -3 Year, 9x5 Next Business Day coverage, excluding HP holidays only Deployment Service - Hardware Installation only Enhanced Service - Optimize service level to increase IT performance and availability DA - 12577 Worldwide Version 18 February 29, 2008 Page 6
Support Service - 3 Year 13x5 Same Business Day, 4-Hour response coverage Deployment Service - Installation and Start-up only Installation & Start-Up of a ProLiant server and Microsoft or Linux O/S per the Customer Description and/or Data Sheet. To be delivered on a scheduled basis 8am-5pm, M-F, excl. HP holidays. For a complete listing of service offerings and information visit: http://www.hp.com/services/proliantservices http://www.hp.com/go/proliant/carepack
NOTE: For the Standard Features shipped in the "Factory Integrated Models", please see the "Configuration Information - Factory Integrated Models" section.
HP ML110G4 P925 512MB, NHP 160GB SATA (1P) 440288-001 Processor(s) One of the following depending on Model Cache Memory One of the following depending on Model Memory Storage Controller Hard Drive Internal Storage Optical Drive Form Factor One (1) Dual-Core Intel Pentium D Processor 925 (3.0 GHz, 800 MHz FSB) 2 x 2MB Level 2 cache (Pentium 915 & Pentium 925) 1 x 2MB shared Level 2 cache (Xeon 3040) 512 MB PC2-5300 ECC (DDR2-667Mhz) (1 x 512 MB) HP Embedded 4 Port SATA Controller with embedded RAID 160GB SATA HDD Maximum 1TB (4 x 250GB) SATA 48x CD-ROM Micro ATX Tower
HP ML110G4 3040, 512MB, NHP-SAS (1P) 432126-001 Processor(s) One of the following depending on Model Cache Memory Memory Storage Controller Hard Drive Internal Storage Optical Drive Form Factor One (1) Dual-Core Intel Xeon 3040 Processor (1.86 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB) 1 x 2MB shared Level 2 cache (Xeon 3040) 512 MB PC2-5300 ECC (DDR2-667Mhz) (1 x 512 MB) HP 8 Internal Port SAS HBA with RAID (0,1) 72GB SAS HDD Maximum 1.2TB (4 x 300GB) SAS 48x CD-ROM Micro ATX Tower
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Configuration Information-Factory Integrated Models
NOTE: This section lists some of the steps required to configure a Factory Integrated Model. To ensure only valid configurations are ordered, HP recommends the use of an HP approved configurator. Contact your local sales representative for information on CTO product offerings and requirements. NOTE: HP does not allow factory integration of options into standard models listed above. Configure-to-order servers must start with a CTO Chassis. NOTE: This product offering does not support HP Factory Express Server Configuration Level 1. NOTE: FIO indicates that this option is a Factory Installable Option.
Step 1: Base Configuration
Models HP ProLiant ML110 G4 Tower Chassis (North America) Factory Integrated Models ship with: Embedded NC320i PCIe Gigabit Server Adapter Keyboard and Mouse 370 Watts, PFC (Power Factor Correcting) Tower Form Factor (4U) 417710-B21
Step 2: Choose Required Options (only one of the following from each list unless otherwise noted)
Processors Single-Core Intel Celeron D processor 352 3.20 GHz/533MHz/512 MB L2 Cache, Factory Integrated Dual-Core Intel Pentium D processor 925 3.0 GHz/800MHz/2x2 MB L2 Cache, Factory Integrated Dual-Core Intel Pentium D Processor 935 3.2 GHz/800 MHz, 2x2 MB L2 Cache, Factory Integrated Dual-Core Intel Pentium D Processor 945 3.4 GHz/800 MHz/2x2 MB L2 Cache, Factory Integrated Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 3040 1.86 GHz/1066MHz/1x2M L2 Cache, Factory Integrated Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 3050 2.13 GHz/1066MHz/1x2M L2 Cache, Factory Integrated 430934-L21 433357-L21 440284-L21 440285-L21 432125-L21 430936-L21
2 GB Unbuffered PC2-5300 ECC DIMM (1 x 2 GB) 1 GB Unbuffered PC2-5300 ECC DIMM (1 x 1 GB) 512 MB Unbuffered PC2-5300 ECC DIMM (1 x 512 MB)
432806-B21 432804-B21 432803-B21
Serial ATA (SATA) Non-hot Plug HDD (SATA or SAS Models) HP 80GB 1.5G SATA 7.2K NHP 3.5" HDD HP 160GB 1.5G SATA 7.2K NHP 3.5" HDD HP 250GB 1.5G SATA 7.2K NHP 3.5" HDD HP 500GB 1.5G SATA 7.2K NHP 3.5" HDD, FIO* * Factory Integrated Only Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Non-Hot Plug (SAS Models Only) HP 300GB SAS 3.5" 15K NHP HP 146GB SAS 3.5" 15K NHP HP 72GB SAS 3.5" 15K NHP
383410-B21 411275-B21 411276-B21 404469-B21
431950-B21 432093-B21 432095-B21
CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive Option Kit HP DVD+R/RW 8X HH HP ProLiant 48X CD DVD ROM Drive 16x NOTE: For the installation of Windows and other OS's, a floppy drive (DC361B) may be required to complete driver installation. A USB drive key may not work to complete driver installation.
331346-B21 383974-B21 398972-B21 217053-B21
Step 3: Choose Additional Options for Factory Integration
NOTE: For additional options, please refer to the "Options" section below. NOTE: Some options may not be factory integratable. Please contact your local sales representative for additional information. Operating Systems Pre-install Microsoft Windows 2003 SBS Standard Edition MS W2003 SBS R2 Std 1XX FIO Eng SW 432564-xx1 MS W2003 SBS R2 Prm 1XX FIO Eng SW 432566-xx1
xx=00 xx=01 xx=03 xx=04 xx=05 xx=06 xx=07 xx=20 xx=21 xx=22 xx=24 xx=33 xx=37 xx=42 xx=AA
NA Australia UK Germany France Italy Spanish Brazil Hungarian Czech Polish Dutch AP Euro PRC
xx=29 xx=AB xx=AD Japan Taiwan Korea
CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive Option Kit 48X CD-ROM Option, Carbon DVD-RW Drive Option Kit 1.44 MB USB Diskette Drive NOTE: For the installation of Windows and other OS's, a floppy drive may be required to complete driver installation. A USB drive key may not work to complete driver installation.
331346-B21 398972-B21 383974-B21 DC361B
Serial ATA (SATA) Non-Hot Plug (SATA Models Only) HP 80GB 1.5G SATA 7.2K NHP 3.5" HDD HP 160GB 1.5G SATA 7.2K NHP 3.5" HDD HP 250GB 1.5G SATA 7.2K NHP 3.5" HDD NOTE: When purchasing systems with the 500GB Non-Hot Plug SATA drives, please reference the Configuration Information Section of this QuickSpecs to order via Configuration to Order. NOTE: The purchase of additional SATA hard drives requires the purchase of additional HP 1-Port SATA RAID Cables, (P/N 413748-B21) Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Non-Hot Plug (SAS Models Only) HP 300GB SAS 3.5" 15K NHP HP 146GB SAS 3.5" 15K NHP HP 72GB SAS 3.5" 15K NHP NOTE: The purchase of SAS hard drives requires the purchase of HP Internal SAS/SATA 4-Port Cable (P/N 430479-B21). This cable is standard in the SAS BTO model. NOTE: The purchase of SAS HBA or array controller is required.
383410-B21 411275-B21 411276-B21
HP SC44Ge Host Bus Adapter HP SC11Xe Host Bus Adapter HP 8 Internal Port SAS HBA with RAID NOTE: PCI-X Interface (PCI 32bit/33MHz compatible) 64-Bit/133-MHz Single Channel Ultra320 SCSI HBA G2 NOTE: PCI-X Interface (PCI 32bit/33MHz compatible) HP Smart Array E200/128 BBWC Controller 128MB Battery-Backed Write Cache Enabler NOTE: Supports the Smart Array E200 Controller, Smart Array 641 Controller and Smart Array 642 Controller. HP 1-Port SATA RAID Cable NOTE: The purchase of SATA hard drives requires the purchase of the HP 1-Port SATA RAID Cable (P/N 430479-B21) for each additional hard drive. HP Internal SAS/SATA 4-Port Cable NOTE: The purchase of a SAS Storage Controller requires the purchase of HP SAS/SATA 4-Port Cable (P/N 430479-B21) NOTE: SAS Storage Controllers will run both SATA and SAS drives.
416096-B21 412911-B21 347786-B21 374654-B21 411508-B21 351580-B21
HP NC110T PCI Express Gigabit Server Adapter NOTE: Does not support Windows 2000. HP NC360T PCI Express Dual Port Gigabit Server Adapter Agere 2006 PCI Hi-Speed 56K Modem
434905-B21 412648-B21 440519-B21
NOTE: Installation of SCSI internal tape drives in a ML110 G4 model requires SCSI controller kit (PN: 412911-B21). NOTE: For complete listing of tape drive offerings see: http://www.hp.com/products1/storage/compatibility/tapebackup/ISS/index.html USB Tape Drives HP StorageWorks DAT 40 USB Internal Tape Drive (Carbonite) HP StorageWorks DAT 72 USB Internal Tape Drive (Carbonite) HP StorageWorks DAT 160 USB Internal Tape Drive SAS Tape Drives HP StorageWorks DAT 160 SAS Internal Tape Drive DAT SCSI Tape Drives HP StorageWorks DAT 40 SCSI Internal Tape Drive (Carbon) HP StorageWorks DAT 72 SCSI Internal Tape Drive (Carbon) HP StorageWorks DAT 160 SCSI Internal Tape Drive
DW022A DW026A Q1580A Q1587A C5686C Q1522B Q1573A
HP D2D Backup System
HP StorageWorks D2D110 Backup System NOTE: 1TB of Disk Storage HP StorageWorks D2D110 Backup System with Data Protector Express Software Kit NOTE: 1TB of Disk Storage HP StorageWorks D2D120 Backup System NOTE: 2TB of Disk Storage HP StorageWorks D2D120 Backup System with Data Protector Express Software Kit NOTE: 2TB of Disk Storage HP StorageWorks D2D130 Backup System NOTE: 3TB of Disk Storage. HP StorageWorks D2D130 Backup System with Data Protector Express Software Kit NOTE: 3TB of Disk Storage. HP StorageWorks D2D130 Backup System with LTO-3 Ultrium 920 SAS Tape Drive NOTE: 3TB of Disk Storage. NOTE: Please see the HP D2D Backup Systems QuickSpecs for additional information: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12651_div/12651_div.HTML (Worldwide)
EH880A EH923A EH884A EH924A EH950A EH951A EH952A
Installation of Server into ProLiant Rack Enabling Kit Racks
Lights Out Management Card
Lights-Out Management Card Kit for ML110 G4
HP T1000 UPS, JPN/TWN HP T1000 UPS, NA HP T1000 UPS, INTL HP T750 UPS, Low Voltage (NA/JPN) HP T750 UPS, High Voltage (INTL)
AF404A AF403A AF405A 378439-D71 378439-B31
HP 1GB USB 2.0 Floppy Drive Key HP 256MB USB 2.0 Floppy Drive Key HP USB 2-Button Optical Scroll Mouse (Carbonite/Silver) HP USB 04 Standard Keyboard USB 2.0 4-port HUB
442085-B21 442084-B21 DC172B DT528A#xxx DG954A
HP KVM Switch Options
HP 1x4 Console Switch HP PS2 Server Console Cable, 6 foot, 2-Pack HP USB Server Console Cable, 6 foot, 2-Pack NOTE: required for supporting USB peripherals. NOTE: For additional information regarding KVM Switches, Serial Console servers, rack mount monitors, keyboards and all related options please see the following URL: http://www.hp.com/go/kvm.
AF611A AF612A AF613A
Service and Support, HP Care Pack, and Warranty Information
Service and Support Offerings (HP Care Pack Services)
Hardware Services 4-Hour On-site Service 13-Hour x 5-Day Coverage, 3 Years 24-Hour x 7-Day Coverage, 3 Years Hardware Services Next Business Day On-Site Service 9-Hour x 5-Day Coverage, 3 Years Hardware Services 6 Hour Call-to-Repair 24-Hour x 7-Day Coverage, 3 Years, 6 Hour Call-to-Repair Hardware Installation Service HP Install ProLiant ML110 Service NOTE: For more information, customer/resellers can contact: http://www.hp.com/services/carepack.
U4434E U4435E U4433E U4436E U4444E
HP ProLiant ML110 G4 Models Standard Memory 512 MB of PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM running at 512 MB with ECC capabilities Memory installed (1 x 512 MB SDRAM DIMM). Standard Memory Plus Optional Memory Up to 5120 MB memory is available with the optional installation of PC2-5300 un-buffered ECC DDR2 SDRAM DIMM Memory kits. Standard Memory Replaced with Optional Memory Up to 8192 MB of memory is available with the removal of the standard 512 MB of memory and the optional installation of PC25300 un-buffered ECC DDR2 SDRAM DIMM Memory kits. NOTE: The below chart does not represent all possible memory configurations. NOTE: In memory configurations requiring 2 DIMM and 4 DIMM configurations, the memory must be paired for optimal performance. This means that DIMMs in slot 1 and 3 have to be identical, in slot 2 and 4 have to be identical. (For example, the Optional memory configuration shown below)
Memory Standard Optional Maximum 512 MB 5120 MB 8192 MB 4 Empty 2048 MB 2048 MB 3 Empty 512 MB 2048 MB
Slot 2 Empty 2048 MB 2048 MB MB 512 MB 2048 MB 432806-B21 432804-B21 432803-B21
Following are memory options available from HP: 2 GB Unbuffered PC2-5300 ECC DIMM (1 x 2 GB) 1 GB Unbuffered PC2-5300 ECC DIMM (1 x 1 GB) 512 MB Unbuffered PC2-5300 ECC DIMM (1 x 512 MB)
48x IDE (ATAPI) CD-ROM
Removable Media Bays (1.6" each)
3, 4, 5, Four (4) Non-Hot Plug Drive Bays 6
Quantity Supported Removable Media DVD + CDRW Drive DVD-RW Drive Position Supported 1 or or 2
Controller Integrated IDE (ATAPI) Integrated IDE (ATAPI)
Hard Drives (SATA Models only) SATA 1.5Gb Non-Hot Plug Quantity Supported Up to 4 3.5-inch 80GB 7.2K, SATA 160GB 7.2K, SATA 250GB 7.2K SATA 500GB 7.2K SATA
Position Supported 3,4,5,6
Controller 4 Port SATA controller with Embedded RAID on Motherboard
Hard Drives (SAS Models only) SAS Non-Hot Plug Quantity Supported Up to 4 3.5-inch 72GB 15K SAS 145GB 15K SAS 300GB 15K SAS Position Supported 3,4,5,6
Controller HP 8 Internal Port SAS HBA with RAID (0,1)
Maximum Storage Capacity SATA/SAS Models Internal SATA SAS SATA SAS
1TB (4x250GB (BTO) 2TB (4 x 500GB (CTO) 1.2TB (4x300GB) 1TB (4x250GB (BTO) 2TB (4 x 500GB (CTO) 1.2TB (4x300GB)
Tape Drives and D2D Backup System NOTE: A SCSI controller needs to be purchased to operate internal SCSI devices in the SATA Models. NOTE: For an up-to-date listing of the latest O/S Support details for each of the Tape Drives listed below, please see the following: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/Division/10233.html (Worldwide) Position Controller Controller/HBA Supported Option Kit Part Number 2 USB 2.0 port N/A Internal USB Tape Drives DAT 24 USB DAT 40 USB DAT 72 USB External USB 2.0 port N/A External USB Tape Drives DAT 40 USB DAT 72 USB DAT160 USB 2 HP SC44Ge Host Bus Adapter 416096-B21 Internal SAS Tape Drives DAT 160 SAS External HP SC44Ge Host Bus Adapter 416096-B21 External SAS Tape Drives DAT 160 SAS 2 HP SC11Xe Host Bus Adapter 412911-B21 Internal SCSI Tape Drives DAT 40 DAT 72 DAT160 External HP SC11Xe Host Bus Adapter 412911-B21 External SCSI Tape Drives DAT 40 DAT 72 DAT160
HP StorageWorks D2D Backup Systems D2D110 D2D120 External
Embedded Network Controller
Part Number Spare Kit Operational Input Voltage Range (Vrms) Frequency Range (Nominal) (Hz) Nominal Input Voltage (Vrms) Max Rated Output Wattage Rating Nominal Input Current (A rms) Max Rated Input Wattage Rating (Watts) Max. Rated VA (Volt-Amp) Efficiency (%) Power Factor Leakage Current (mA) Maximum Inrush Current (A peak)
416121-001 419029-to 127 and 200 to 240 V auto ranging 50 to 60 Hz 100 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0.25mA (at 60HZ) N/A 8 N/A N/A >65% N/A N/A No component was damaged and input fuse shall not blow N/A 208 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 220 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 4 N/A N/A >65% N/A N/A No component was damaged and input fuse shall not blow N/A 240 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Maximum Inrush Current duration (mS)
Power ** (see **) 370W 8A @ 115V, 4A @ 230V 1907BTU 920 0.75mA@240V 0.45mA@120V 80A HP ProLiant ML110 G4 Fully Configured Fully Loaded System output Wattage (W) Fully Loaded System Input Current (A rms) Fully Loaded System Thermal (BTU- Hr) Fully Loaded System VA (Volt-Amp) System Leakage with all power supplies loaded (mA) System Inrush Current with all power supplies loaded (A) Power cord requirements
Nema 5-15P to IEC320-C13 IEC320-C13 to IEC320-C14 **Power shown is for a fully configured system consisting of (1) CPU, (4) double-sided DIMMs, (4) HDDs, (1) CD-ROM, (1) DVDROM, (4) PCI cards, and (1) power supply. Power Cord Part Number 100614-009, 100613-008, 139867-004, 187487-004 (India) 285052-001 100661-001 100614-009 100614-009 100614-009 139867-004 286496-001 100613-008 121565-001
Power Cords (13 Cord Sets) Country APD Brazil Australia Euro France Germany Japan PRC UK US, Taiwan
System Unit Dimensions (HxWxD) (with feet) Weight (approximate) Input Requirements (per power supply) Line Frequency Rated Input Current BTU Rating SCSI Connectors (SCSI Models only) Power Supply Output Power (per power supply) Temperature Range Relative Humidity (non-condensing) Acoustic Noise
14.46 x 6.88 x 16.76 in (36.7 x 17.5 x 42.6 cm) 23.15 lb (10.5 kg) Range Input Voltage 100 to 127 VAC/200 to 240 VAC Normal Line Voltage 115 or 230 VAC 50 to 60 Hz load 8A at 115VAC, 4A at 230VAC 1907 BTU One internal LVD/SE connector for U160 devices, plus two internal SE connectors for legacy devices. Rated Steady-State Power 370W Maximum Peak Power Operating Shipping Operating Non-operating Idle (Fixed Disk Drives Spinning) L WAd (BELS) Operating (Random Seeks to Fixed Disks) L WAd (BELS) 370W 50 to 95 F (10 to 35 C) -40 to 140 F (-40 to 60 C) 10% to 90% 10% to 90%
HP 160GB 1.5G SATA 7.2K NHP 3.5" HDD 411275-B21
160GB 7,200 rpm
Capacity Height Width Interface Transfer rate synchronous (maximum) Seek time (typical reads, including settling)
160,041 MB 1.0 in. (26.1 mm) 4.0 in. (101.6 mm) Serial ATA 1.5 Gb/s Single track 0.9 ms Average 9.0 ms Full-stroke 17.8 ms Rotational speed 7,200 rpm Bytes/Sector 512 Logical Blocks 312,581,to 131 F (5 to 55 C)
Physical Configuration Operating Temperature
NHP 72GB 3G SAS 15K 72GB 15K 3.5" HDD 431950-B21 Capacity Height Width Interface Transfer rate synchronous (maximum) Seek time (typical reads, including settling)
73,407,856,856 1.0 in (25.4mm) 4.0 in. (101.6 mm) SAS 3 Gb/sec Single track Average Full-stroke Rotational speed Bytes/Sector 0.27 ms 3.5 ms 3.5 ms 15,000 rpm 512
Logical Blocks 143,374,to 95 F (10 to 35 C)
48X Max IDE (ATAPI) CD- Disk ROM Drive 398972-B21
Capacity Block Size Mode 1 Mode 2 CD-DA CD-XA IDE (ATAPI) Random Full-Stroke Sustained Burst Bus Rate 128 KB < 7 seconds < 4 seconds Type Wave Length Temperature Humidity (HxWxD, maximum) Weight
CD-ROM, CD-XA, CD-DA (Mode 1, Mode 2, Form 1 and 2) Photo CD (Single and Multi-session) Mixed Mode (Audio and Data combined) CD-R 540MB (Mode 1, 12 cm) 650MB (Mode 2, 12 cm) 2,048 bytes, 1024 bytes 2,340 bytes, 2,336 bytes, 1024 bytes 2,352 bytes 2,328 bytes <100 ms <150 ms 3000 to 7200 KB/s (20X to 48X) 150 KBps to 7,200 KBps 16.7 MBps
Interface Access Times (typical) Data Transfer Rate
Cache Buffer Start-up Time (typical) Stop Time Laser Parameters Operating Conditions Dimensions
Semiconductor Laser GaA1As nm 41 to 122 F (5 to 50 C) 10% to 90% 1.63 x 5.75 x 7.87 in (41.3 x 146 x 200 cm) 2.64 lb (1.2 kg)
4 port Embedded SATA controller SATA Protocol SATA Ports Port transfer rate Maximum Capacity RAID Levels Supported
SATA 1.5Gb/s 4 internal 1.5 Gb/s total up to 2 TB (4 x 500GB non hot plug SATA HDD) RAID 1+0 (Striping & Mirroring) RAID 1 (Mirroring) RAID 0 (Striping)
Logical RAID Volumes Supported
Embedded NC320i PCIe Network Interface Gigabit Server Adapter Compatibility
10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-TX IEEE 802.3 10Base-T IEEE 802.3ab 1000Base-T IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX Single lane (x1), 100MHz PCI Express Reference Clock 10Base-T (Half-Duplex) 10 Mb/s 10Base-T (Full-Duplex) 20 Mb/s 100Base-TX (Half-Duplex) 100 Mb/s 100Base-TX (Full-Duplex) 200 Mb/s 1000Base-TX (Half and 2000Mb/s Full-Duplex) RJ-45 connector 10Base-T Categories 3, 4 or 5 UTP; up to 328 ft (100 m) 10/100/1000Base-TX Category 5 UTP; up to 328 ft (100 m)
Data Transfer Method Network Transfer Rate
Connector Cable Support
Environment-friendly Products and Approach
End-of-life Management and Recycling
Hewlett-Packard offers end-of-life HP product return, trade-in, and recycling programs in many geographic areas. For trade-in information, please go to http://www.hp.com/go/green. To recycle your product, please go to: http://www.hp.com/go/green or contact your nearest HP sales office. Products returned to HP will be recycled, recovered or disposed of in a responsible manner. The EU WEEE directive (2002/95/EC) requires manufacturers to provide treatment information for each product type for use by treatment facilities. This information (product disassembly instructions) is posted on the Hewlett Packard web site at: http://www.hp.com/go/green. These instructions may be used by recyclers and other WEEE treatment facilities as well as HP OEM customers who integrate and re-sell HP equipment.
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Error Prevention Guide
August 2003 (First Edition) Part Number 335894-001
HP CONFIDENTIAL Writer: Ted Weiman File Name: 335894-1.doc Codename: Part Number: 335894-001 Last Saved On: 7/28/03 8:48 AM
2003 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Hewlett-Packard Company shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. The information in this document is provided as is without warranty of any kind and is subject to change without notice. The warranties for HP products are set forth in the express limited warranty statements accompanying such products. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Error Prevention Guide August 2003 (First Edition) Part Number 335894-001
Abstract.... 5 Audience Assumptions... 5 Preparing for Changes.... 5 Minimizing the Impact of Changes.. 6
Version Control.... 6 Server Design.... 6 Software Updates.... 6
Using a Methodology... 7 Visually Checking the Server... 8 Recognizing Power Problems Caused by Acts of Nature.. 9 Preventing Power Management Problems.. 10
General Power Requirements... 10 Power Consumption Considerations... 10 Power Supply Considerations... 11 Power Redundancy Considerations.... 11
Preventing Damage to Removable Drives.. 11 Preventing Electrostatic Damage.. 12 Preventing Cable Damage... 12 Preventing Tape Drive Errors... 12
HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools... 12 Cleaning Drives.... 13 DAT Drives.....13 LTO, SDLT, and DLT Drives...13 AIT Drives....13
This guide provides information to help you avoid future system problems. While many of the pointers provided are common-sense suggestions, these prevention tasks are too important to overlook.
This guide is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots servers. HP assumes you are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products with hazardous energy levels.
Preparing for Changes
Most problems occur when something in the server system has been changed. Follow these tips when making any changes to the server: Back up the system often. Be sure that the backups are not corrupted before making changes. If the system contains valuable data, have at least two complete known functional backups of the operating system and data, a copy of the backup software, and a functional tape drive that can read the backup. Two backups ensure complete data recovery in the event that something happens to the first tape or during the first restore attempt. Document the system settings. If the system configuration will be changed, first obtain a record of the current system configuration settings using the Survey Utility. Check the HP resources, the software documentation, and third-party product documentation for information about potential problems. Websites are excellent places to find this information. If possible, make changes one at a time. This minimizes variables and maintains a controlled environment. Record the results of each change after it is executed, being sure to include any error messages or additional information collected.
Be sure that you allow enough time to make the changes. Check for potential device conflicts before adding a device. If a fixed cable tray or other cable routing system is available for the server, using this system can help prevent loose cabling and damage to cables that can result from improper disconnection.
Minimizing the Impact of Changes
Keep track of new versions of system software with the version control feature of Insight Manager 7. Using this feature, you can easily determine whether version updates are available for server BIOS, drivers, and agents.
Design the server setup to minimize the impact of downtime. For example, on enterprise class servers, high availability features such as Hot-Pluggable RAID memory functionality and Hot-Plug PCI slots effectively minimize the amount of downtime experienced due to memory or PCI card upgrades. If possible, divide the workload between several machines rather than just one. If you can, group users across different servers in the network. Anticipate the utilization rate and distribute servers based on that rate.
Stay aware of the latest software updates for the operating system and applications, and update software for fixes that you require.
Using a Methodology
Following a set of procedures when using the server can help prevent problems, or make troubleshooting easier if problems do occur. Use uniform naming conventions for the servers, such as names that denote server location. Uniform naming conventions help when trying to remember often overlooked details that can hold the key to resolving a crisis. Use unique IDs or names for the devices. You can reduce the risk of components competing for the same resource if you have a list. Use the server setup utility to check for conflicts. Make a habit of using the HP tools, resources, software, and third-party product resources to keep abreast of potential problems. You may be able to avoid problems by noting the problems of others. Have a reliable backup plan. Schedule backups based on the server needs. If data is changed frequently, frequent backups are required. Maintain a library of backups based on your information-restoring needs. Test the backups periodically to be sure that the data is correctly stored. Have a plan of action before the server fails, planning for failures of different hardware parts. Check hard disk space periodically. It is recommended that hard drives have a minimum of 15 percent free space. Scan for viruses weekly. Use the latest virus-scanning utilities available to be sure that the data is not corrupted. Keep historical data. You cannot know that the CPU utilization has increased 50 percent if you do not know what it was initially. If you have problems, you can use the data to compare before and after scenarios. For example, you might want to know about the user, bus, and power utilization rates. Keep a trend analysis so that you will know what to expect during certain points in time. For example, if the CPU utilization rate always increases by 50 percent during certain hours, you will know that increase is normal for the server you are tracking.
Create a problem resolution notebook. When problems do occur, keep a log of the actions you took to resolve them. This could help you solve the same problem more quickly in the future. System configuration, Survey Utility, and Array Diagnostic Utility (ADU) printouts, as well as utility diskettes, can also be stored with the resolution notebook. This information can save a great deal of time in the future and ensure accuracy, especially when dealing with future part replacement. Keep an up-to-date network topology map in an accessible location. This will help in troubleshooting networking problems. If you have a tape drive, maintain a scheduled cleaning program. If you have a tape drive, remember the importance of tape cartridge label placement. Place the label on the exposed surface of the cartridge so that it cannot fall off or get lodged inside the tape drive. Consider keeping certain spare parts available onsite. Spare parts to maintain (if applicable to the server) include SCSI controllers, hot-pluggable redundant power supplies, hot-pluggable fans, hot-pluggable drives, SCSI cables, network adapters, Processor Power Modules (PPMs), and perhaps even complete I/O, media, processor, and memory modules, if the server is modular. Restock spare parts as they are used. Do not clean card edge connectors with erasers; it removes the gold, causes static discharge, and leaves residue. If connectors have to be cleaned, use isopropyl alcohol or a special cleaning solution applied with a cotton-tipped swab.
Visually Checking the Server
Periodically, you should look at the following items on the server. A visual check can prevent many problems. Be sure that systems and racks are not positioned tightly up against walls and that adequate space exists around them for proper airflow. Move magnetized office items such as magnetized screwdrivers and telephones with electromagnetic ringers away from the system.
Be sure the server does not share a power line with high-current machines, such as laser printers, air conditioners, copiers, and coffee machines, or ungrounded power strips. Periodically check AC grounded (earthed) outlets to see if they are in need of repair. Take the system cover off, and then remove any dust buildup with a can of compressed air, tighten any loose connections, reseat boards, and inspect any cables for frays. Move the cables away from sources of heat and give them more slack if possible.
CAUTION: To avoid potential problems, always read the cautionary information in the server documentation before removing, replacing, reseating, or modifying system components.
Check for adequate airflow and dislodge anything blocking the fans. Check for dust on external server parts, such as fans. Check the server after power disruptions due to acts of nature. Refer to the Recognizing Power Problems Caused by Acts of Nature section in this guide.
Recognizing Power Problems Caused by Acts of Nature
Some power problems are caused by acts of nature, which can range from lightning and excessive heat to ice, rain, and windstorms. Lightning can cause spikes and surges (a spike is a quick impulse of undesirable high voltage on a power line, typically lasting only a fraction of a second, whereas a surge is a sudden increase in line voltage of short duration). Excessive heat from increased use of air conditioners can overload utility grids, causing erratic voltages, brownouts, or power outages (brownouts are voltage reductions by a utility company to counter excessive demand on its generation and distribution system). Storms can cause total blackout conditions due to downed power lines.
Power disruptions take many forms, including power surges and sags, high-voltage spikes, switching transients, brownouts, and complete power failure. When a power disruption occurs, check the server for signs of data damage, data loss, file corruption, and hardware damage. The difficulty of dealing with power fluctuations is that the damage is not always immediately noticeable; thus, problems may not be noticed until long after the power disruption has occurred. Power management hardware like an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) minimizes the effect of power fluctuations and disruptions and is highly recommended.
Preventing Power Management Problems
When determining the power requirements for the server, consider the factors in this section.
General Power Requirements
Be sure that you are following the power requirements described in the server documentation. Also, the installation of the system equipment must be in accordance with local/regional electrical regulations governing the installation of information technology equipment by licensed electricians. For electrical power ratings on options, refer to the rating label on the product or user documentation supplied with that option.
Power Consumption Considerations
Before configuring the server, you must evaluate power consumption requirements and determine the appropriate number of power supplies to be sure that the server has sufficient power capacity. In addition to determining the minimum power supply requirements, you must also consider whether AC power redundancy is a requirement, if applicable to the server. For more information on the specific power capabilities of the server, refer to the server documentation. To obtain the most accurate power capacity and assessment of power margin, use the power calculator provided on the ActiveAnswers website at
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Power Supply Considerations
After you determine the appropriate amount of power for the server, install the power supplies needed for the level of redundancy you require.
Power Redundancy Considerations
If available for the server, power redundancy protects the server from power failures caused by: Power failure in one of the two AC circuits providing power to the server Accidentally unplugging one of the power cords providing power to the server Failure of one power supply
IMPORTANT: The power redundancy described in this section is not the same as protection provided by a UPS. In the event of a catastrophic power failure affecting each power cord providing power to the server, the server loses power and shuts down. To provide complete power protection, HP recommends installing a suitable UPS.
Refer to the server documentation to determine what power redundancy requirements are necessary for the server.
Preventing Damage to Removable Drives
Removable drives are fragile components that must be handled with care. To prevent damage to the computer, damage to a removable drive, or loss of information, observe these precautions: Before removing a diskette drive, CD-ROM drive, or DVD drive, be sure that a diskette or disc is not in the drive. Be sure that the CD-ROM or DVD tray is closed. Before handling a drive, be sure that you are discharged of static electricity. While handling a drive, avoid touching the connector. Handle drives on a work surface that has at least one inch of shockproof foam. Do not drop drives from any height onto any surface.
Do not expose a hard drive to products, such as monitors or speakers, that have magnetic fields. Do not expose a drive to temperature extremes or liquids.
Preventing Electrostatic Damage
Many electronic components are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Circuitry design and structure determine the degree of sensitivity. Networks built into many integrated circuits provide some protection, but in many cases the discharge contains enough power to alter device parameters or melt silicon junctions. A sudden discharge of static electricity from your finger or other conductor can destroy static-sensitive devices or micro-circuitry. Often the spark is neither felt nor heard, but damage occurs. An electronic device exposed to electrostatic discharge may not be affected at all and can work perfectly throughout a normal cycle. However, the device may function normally for a while, then degrade in the internal layers, reducing the life expectancy of the device.
Preventing Cable Damage
Handle cables with extreme care to avoid damage. Apply only the tension required to unseat or seat the cables during removal and insertion. Handle cables by the connector whenever possible. In all cases, avoid twisting or tearing cables. Make sure that cables are routed in such a way that they cannot be caught or snagged by parts being removed or replaced.
Preventing Tape Drive Errors
HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools
Use HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools (L&TT) to update tape drive firmware, as well as manage and diagnose problems with the tape drive. For more information, refer to
DAT Drives Clean the tape heads of the drive regularly with a cleaning cartridge to maintain the integrity of backup data. For optimum performance and to prevent the loss of data, HP recommends that you incorporate a cleaning cycle into your backup routine. As a general guideline, you should clean the tape heads after every fifth backup cartridge. You should also clean the tape heads if the media caution signal (flashing amber light) is displayed on a tape drive or the Clean Me message is displayed on an autoloader. Refer to the device documentation for more information. Cleaning Cartridges Use only an HP cleaning cartridge to clean the tape heads. Do not use swabs or other means of cleaning the heads. The cleaning cartridge uses a special tape to clean the tape heads. A cleaning cartridge can only be used 50 times or as instructed on the cartridge packaging. When the cartridge runs out of tape, discard it and use a new one. LTO, SDLT, and DLT Drives Use the cleaning cartridge if cleaning is indicated by the backup software or if the Cleaning LED is on. Refer to the device documentation for more information.
AIT Drives The tape drive has a cleaning roller built in, which assists in preventing and recovering from head contamination. This feature minimizes buildup on the read/write heads so fewer cleaning cycles with a cleaning cassette are required. However, HP recommends you schedule a routine cleaning every 100 hours of use to keep the tape drive in good working order. The drive also needs cleaning when the drive Status LED displays long flashes with short pauses. Refer to the device documentation for more information.
|Recommended Use||Small business, corporate business|
|Product Form Factor||Tower - 4U|
|Internal Bays Qty||4|
|Front Accessible Bays Qty||2|
|Type||Intel Pentium D 925 / 3 GHz|
|Max Supported Qty||1|
|Processor Main Features||Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology, Intel Execute Disable Bit, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology|
|Installed Size||4 MB|
|Cache Per Processor||4 MB ( 2 x 2 MB )|
|Chipset Type||Intel 3000|
|Data Bus Speed||800 MHz|
|Installed Size||512 MB / 8 GB (max)|
|Technology||DDR2 SDRAM - Advanced ECC|
|Memory Speed||667 MHz|
|Memory Specification Compliance||PC2-5300|
|Form Factor||DIMM 240-pin|
|Configuration Features||1 x 512 MB|
|Type||1 x RAID - integrated|
|Controller Interface Type||Serial ATA-150|
|RAID Level||RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0+1|
|Storage Controller (2nd)|
|Type||1 x IDE - integrated|
|Controller Interface Type||IDE|
|Hard Drive||1 x 160 GB - standard - Serial ATA-150 - 7200 rpm|
|Type||CD-ROM - IDE|
|Video Memory||2 MB|
|Networking||Network adapter - PCI Express - integrated|
|Ethernet Controller(s)||Broadcom BCM5721|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet|
|Remote Management Protocol||IPMI 2.0|
|Features||Wake on LAN (WoL)|
|Compliant Standards||IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.1Q, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.1p, IEEE 802.3ad (LACP), IEEE 802.1x|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Bays Total (Free)||2 ( 1 ) x front accessible - 5.25" x 1/2H 4 ( 3 ) x internal - 3.5" x 1/3H|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||1 ( 1 ) x PCI Express x8 - full-height 1 ( 1 ) x PCI Express x8 - full-height ( x4 mode ) 2 ( 2 ) x PCI - full-height 4 ( 3 ) x memory - DIMM 240-pin 1 ( 0 ) x processor - LGA775 Socket|
|Interfaces||1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) 1 x keyboard - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) 1 x mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) 1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25) 2 x serial - RS-232 - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9) 6 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A ( 2 front, 2 rear, 2 internal ) 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45|
|Features||System password, power-on password, Power Factor Correction (PFC)|
|Compliant Standards||ACPI 2.0|
|Device Type||Power supply|
|Voltage Required||AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )|
|Power Provided||370 Watt|
|Operating System / Software|
|OS Certified||Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Web Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Novell Small Business Suite 6.5, SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for x86/AMD64/Intel EM64T, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard x64 Edition, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - on-site - response time: next business day|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||10 - 90%|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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