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HP Superdome (HP-UX) USB Hard Disk

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Hello,

Does anyone have any experience with connecting a USB mass storage device (specifically a hard disk) to a HP Superdome running HP-UX?

I know that Superdome will accept a USB keyboard so there must be USB ports on the backpane.  I have a suspicion that this is not possible but wanted to see if anyone else had tried.

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According to this:

   http://docs.hp.com/en/13702/3-UpdatetoUSBDriverSupportonHPUX11iv2.pdf

It supports some flash drives bu no hard disks.
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