How many HDD can this server hold?

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Laurens.v
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How many HDD can this server hold?

Postby Laurens.v » Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:17

Heya all

i need to know how many HDD's this server can hold
http://www.mercateo.nl/p/C1NL1-4546192/ ... 00_S7.html

i wanne know how many Hot swap drives i can put in it
and how many normal HDD's

thnx guys

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Re: How many HDD can this server hold?

Postby me@work » Mon Nov 19, 2012 14:55

In which significant way does this query differ from your previous one here?

You might be better off asking someone from a sales division, than in a technical forum. Unless, of course, you would search for this information yourself in Fujitsu's product data sheets, e.g. here.

Davie
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Re: How many HDD can this server hold?

Postby Davie » Mon Nov 19, 2012 15:02

That particular link seems to point to a dutch reseller (and my dutch isn't too good...)

But it appears to be a bundled package with 3.5" disks and no expansion box - so 4 disks would be the maximum in that configuration. Add an expansion box instead of the exchangables and you get another 4 disks space

It also seems to come pre-equipped with the SAS RAID 5/6 controller so SAS disks would be supported in RAID levels 0, 1, 10, 5, 6, 50, 60 (of course you wouldn't get much milege out of RAID 50 or 60 with only 4 disks...

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Re: How many HDD can this server hold?

Postby me@work » Mon Nov 19, 2012 16:01

I don't speak Dutch, either, but the following lines should give an indication to someone who does:

Algemeen: Aantal vakken voor hot-swap = 4
Uitbreiding: Aansluting/Bays = 4 (totaal)/4 (vrij) x hot-swap 3.5"

I would imagine that Mercateo would happily discuss different configurations (e.g. according to Davie's suggestions) with you, if you could tell them what exactly you are looking for. Good luck! :)


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