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What is the maximum configuration i can upgrade

By hrcomputersolution ·
Hi all,
I am having a hp server model ml350 generation 4. its current configuration is 1 GB ram, 300 GB HDD, 3.0 GHz Cpu.
We need to upgrade the server upto its maximum capacity
It will very greatful for me if somebody could let me know what is the maximum capacity i can upgrade the server

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Well I suppose you should look at the Specifications for this unit

by OH Smeg In reply to What is the maximum confi ...

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/au/en/sm/WF06a/15351-15351-241434-241477-241477-3884315.html

Which says that it can have up to 192 GB of RAM

And that you can have 2 X 6 Core Xeon CPU's

As well as whatever size HDD you want as this unit supports both 2.5 & 3.5 Inch SATA Drives in a Hot Plug configuration

So what is it you want to know?

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by hrcomputersolution In reply to Well I suppose you should ...

Hi

Sorry but It is Not a G6 server it is a g4 server

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12199_div/12199_div.html#Storage

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Well then by the specifications

by OH Smeg In reply to What is the maximum confi ...

On the Web Site you provided it has

At A Glance
The HP ProLiant ML350 G4p is a traditional server refined with essential availability features to form a versatile, dependable backbone for expanding businesses and dedicated workgroups.
The HP ProLiant family now includes an HP ProLiant ML350 server that combines fourth generation features with top notch performance and remote management capabilities. To complement our popular G4 features, the HP ProLiant ML350 G4p packs the latest Intel Xeon processors with 2MB cache, DDR2 memory, Integrated Lights-Out management, and support for serial hard drives.


Processors:

Intel?? Xeon??? processors up to 3.6 GHz (dual processor capability) with 2MB level 2 cache; processors include support for Hyper-Threading

Intel?? E7520 chipset

800-MHz front side bus

Memory:

PC2-3200 400 MHz DDR2 SDRAM with Online Spare support (expandable to 12 GB)

Storage Controller:

Integrated Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI Adapter

HP integrated 2 Port SATA controller

Smart Array 641 Controller (standard in Array Models only)

Internal Drive Support:

Standard support for six hot plug SCSI or two SATA hard drives (SCSI models support Ultra320 drives. Serial models support SAS and SATA drives)
NOTE: See the "Storage" section of this QuickSpecs for important information on controllers and cables required to support SAS or SATA hard drives as well as storage management software available for SATA hard drives.

Internal storage capacity of up to 4.5TB (SATA HDD)

Up to 2.4TB with optional 2-bay hot plug SCSI drive cage

Support for optional duplex SCSI backplane and second serial port

Network Controller:

Embedded NC7761 Gigabit Server Adapter

Expansion Slots:

6 Total: (1) 64-bit/133-MHz PCI-X; (2) 64-bit/100-MHz PCI-X; (1) 64-bit/66-MHz PCI-X; (1) x4 PCI Express; (1) x8 PCI Express

USB 2.0 Ports:

3 Total: (1) front; (1) internal; (1) rear accessible port

Redundancy:

725W Hot-Plug Power Supply

Optional 725W Hot-Pluggable Redundant Power Supply (1+1) available

Management:

Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) Standard for remote management

Support for ROM based setup utility (RBSU) and redundant ROM

Systems Insight Manager, SmartStart, and Automatic Server Recovery 2 (ASR-2)

HP Power Regulator for ProLiant, delivering server level, policy based power management with industry leading energy efficiency and savings on system power and cooling costs

Form Factor:

Tower or rack (5U)

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What configuration do you need?

by oldbaritone In reply to What is the maximum confi ...

Why do you ask what is the maximum configuration?

You would be better off to begin by defining the capacity you need. Frequently when you try to upgrade a server to its maximum configuration, you spend more money than you would by purchasing a newer server that meets your needs. And often, the maximum configuration of your current server really isn't enough.

Start at the beginning. Define your need. Then decide what equipment will meet that need. Finally, decide whether upgrade or replacement makes more sense for your situation.

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Disk drive full windows 7

by hrcomputersolution In reply to What is the maximum confi ...

hi friends i am facing a new problem with my windows 7 pro machine which is indicating that the drive is full but actually it is not please tell me what is the solution for the same

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by Mehul Bhai In reply to Disk drive full windows 7

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