Where can I find detailed information on the HP ProLiant ML370 G6 specifications and supported options?
The HP ProLiant ML370 G6 QuickSpecs include descriptions of all models and an extensive list of supported options from HP.
What is the difference between the HP ProLiant ML370 G6 Entry and Base Models?
The new HP ProLiant ML370 G6 offers two partially configured models with different processor models, Smart Array RAID controllers, memory capacity, and other options.
For more information regarding the exact specifications for these models refer to the “Model” section of the HP ProLiant ML370 G6 QuickSpecs.
What new product specific options are available for the HP ProLiant ML370 G6 server?
The HP ProLiant ML370 G6 offers optional support for optical drives small form factor (SFF) hard drive cage and large form factor (LFF) hard drive cage.
For a complete list of options, including product specific, please refer to the 'Options' section of the HP ProLiant ML370 G6 QuickSpecs
What operating systems are supported on the HP ProLiant ML370 G6?
Operating system support includes:
- Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2
- Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2
- Microsoft Windows Server 2008
- Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V
- Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 and Microsoft Windows Essential
- Business Server 2008
- Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL)
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
- Citrix XenServer
For a complete and up-to-date listing of supported OS's and versions, please visit our OS Support Matrix.
Does the HP ProLiant ML370 G6 support the 6Gb SAS or 3Gb SATA technology?
Yes, the HP ProLiant ML370 G6 is 6Gb SAS and 3Gb SATA ready.
Does DDR3 Memory always run at 1333MHz?
No, it will depend on the processor model, and memory configurations.
Can the SD Card slot or USB ports on the HP ProLiant ML370 G6 be used as a boot device or floppy replacement?
Utilities are now available that allow the use of SD Card/ USB instead of floppy for a number of tasks, including system boot from USB drive key. For additional information, view the HP Drive Key Boot Utility whitepaper.
How does SD Card/USB compare to floppy?
USB 2.0 offers a fast interface for low speed peripheral devices - including storage devices. USB drive keys support large data capacities. Available capacities on USB disk keys can support anywhere from 16 to 300 times more capacity than a 1.44 MB floppy disk.
What is the system health LEDs used for? What do the different colors mean (green, red, and amber)?
The front panel and internal LEDs are used to help diagnose a server failure. When an internal component fails, the indication is made on an internal component LED (amber) and on the front panel. If the item is serviceable without removing the server hood, as in the case of a redundant power supply failure, the External Health LED will illuminate. If the item is serviceable by removing the hood, as in the case of a fan failure, the Internal Health LED will illuminate.
If no failures have occurred, the system health LEDs will be green. If a failure has occurred, but a redundant feature has enabled the system to continue running, the LED will be amber. If the failure is critical and is/has caused the system to shutdown, the LED will be red. These LEDs serve as local indicators for several failure conditions. Insight Manager will continue to report these, and many other failure conditions, as well.
What new management features are available on G6?
Insight Control (ICE) - essential infrastructure management that speeds server deployment, proactively manages health, optimizes power management, and offers control from anywhere – now on broader selection of supported operating environments.
HP Systems Insight Manager and Insight Remote Support ship with every ProLiant server and delivery fault monitoring, inventory reporting and system software updates as well as an improved support experience for ProLiant servers.
ProLiant Onboard Administrator simplifies server setup, health monitoring, power and thermal control, and lights-out remote administration of individual ProLiant servers.
iLO Advanced unlocks the full capabilities of the ProLiant OA to deliver precise control of ProLiant servers from any location via a web browser.
Integrated VMware and XenServer virtualization technology internal USB and SD slot.
System Insight Display: A rugged slide-out system diagnostics display saves administrators time with easy to find trouble shooting information at the front of the server.
What is the warranty on this product?
Industry Standard Servers are supported with a worldwide limited warranty featuring 3 years of parts, labor, and on-site service. Click for a complete description of your warranty.
What Service offerings are recommended?
HP recommends customers purchase for deployment, HP Care Pack hardware installation and start up and same day 24×7 hardware support combined with software technical support for operating system and management software. This combination provides ready access to technical expertise, will help minimize downtime, and enable customers to focus on their core business.
For a complete list of Support Services that are available, visit: http://www.hp.com/services/proliant
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