Microsoft Cluster Server. These configurations minimize single points of failure (SPOF), provide maximum availability, and have been certified by Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft. This guide is prescriptive; it describes the configurations supported by HP. Any deviance to these configurations can result in an inoperative cluster or an operating cluster with degraded performance, hidden SPOFs, etc., and...
Power source Direct from power mains, power conditioner or uninterruptible power supply (UPS) using any power conditioner or UPS. System software: Navigator version L.18.02 or later Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server Model HP NetServer LC 2000 Clock speed 733 MHz No.
FC Array Cards HP Fibre Channel Array Controller - D5990A No. of cards per cabinet 2 (Requires second card be installed in the Rack Storage/12FC) Firmware 4.64-00 or later Status SCSI ID 5 (fixed) Disk SCSI IDs 0 – 3, 8 – 15 (fixed) Disk drives: HP 9.1 GB (7200 rpm)Ultra SCSI Disk Module D6106A HP 9.1 GB (10k rpm) Ultra SCSI Disk Module D6107A...
Shared Storage Cabling This part of the guide defines the allowable cabling configurations for clusters using the HP NetServer LC2000 and HP Rack Storage/12FC. Only this cabling configuration and cables are supported. Fibre-channel HBA with GBICs 6-port Fibre-channel Hub with GBICs. The recommend port connections are as shown.
Versions 16 May 2000 Corrected drawing. 11 May 2000 Initial release.