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    The DL360 Gen8s we've bought recently have the SD slot? next to the PCI riser.

    2013-08-13 16.46.25.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    The DL360 Gen8s we've bought recently have the SD slot? next to the PCI riser.

    2013-08-13 16.46.25.jpg
    Not on mine - must have been an option.2013-08-13 16.50.54.jpg

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    Darn, means I'm gonna be extra careful which one I pick out for future hosts then...

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    I'll let you know how I get on getting it on a USB stick.
    Won't be for another week or so - got a week off first. First week for 2013 !! Hooray !!!

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    I would be very surprised if it doesn't have a SD slot i have seen it either next to PCI riser to behind the PSU's.

    With regards to come with 4 x 1Gb connections I think its the dl360e's which come with that whereas dl360p's come with the new card. Although it might be some models which come with 4 x 1gb.

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    They do have an SD Slot as we were a bit eek! as we needed it to, its behind the PSUs on the P model and where the FlexLOM card is on the E's So lots of SD goodness for everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    They do have an SD Slot as we were a bit eek! as we needed it to, its behind the PSUs on the P model and where the FlexLOM card is on the E's So lots of SD goodness for everyone
    I'll have a look tomorrow and will let you know. If it does that would be great. Anyone got these running ESXi just out of interest ?

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    Yup. You get the HP esxi image to put on them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Yup. You get the HP esxi image to put on them?
    Thanks, did not know there was a custom ESXI HP image - just checking it out now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Thanks, did not know there was a custom ESXI HP image - just checking it out now.
    Yup I installed 6 in the last few weeks, lovely machines. The HP ESXI image gives you greater ability to monitor hardware from ESXI (its almost the same as installing Standard ESXI and the HP offline bundle).

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    Yup I installed 6 in the last few weeks, lovely machines. The HP ESXI image gives you greater ability to monitor hardware from ESXI (its almost the same as installing Standard ESXI and the HP offline bundle).
    I have not installed ESXi for years - last time was in my old job just before I left [ 36 months ago] so I'm bound to be a tad rusty. I've been using Virtual Box on my laptop but now hoping to get some test VMs on this server. Nothing like a bit of a challenge......
    Its only got 32GB ram and 3x500 GB HDs but I should get at least 3 VMs from it.

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    Interesting - it won't see the SD card I put in.
    Anyone know if it needs to be a specific class or anything that needs doing to start with for it in order to see the SD card ?

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    We normally buy the HP branded SD card, as thats the only way HP will support the install: HP 4GB SD Enterprise Performance Flash Media Kit - Secure Digital cards - HP: 580387-B21 but I'm sure it's just a rebadged something else.

    Also, it's not a hot plug port, if the server was on when you put it in it'll need power cycling. Does the inbuilt smart start replacement doohicky see it?

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    I've got it installing on a USB stick for the time being - will see how we go with that first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Interesting - it won't see the SD card I put in.
    Anyone know if it needs to be a specific class or anything that needs doing to start with for it in order to see the SD card ?
    I've never had an issue with SD Cards, we have always used Kingston SD cards and never had a problem.

    With regards to ESXI the basic parts of the client. Its very similar its just the extended features which are complicated.

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