How to install HP UNIX 11i v3

Posted on 2011-05-08
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
I'm new to HP UNIX 11i v3, I have to install HP UNIX 11I v3 on a HP blade server  and create a supvg and assign 100 GB to the /epic/sup/ volume group and create a supvg and assign 100 GB to the /epic/sup/ volume group. Please help  I
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    Do you mean you're trying to install HP-UX on a blade server? I don't think there's such a thing as a brake server.

    If so click request_attention link and ask the moderators to remove the question from FreeBSD and add it to HP-UX.
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    Check the hardware specification of your balde server first, pay attention to the CPU type, if you have intel CPU, forget about the installation, HP-UX will not run on intel CPU, if is the itanium blade server, you can install HP-UX on the server.

    Please read this "HP-UX 11i v3 Installation and Update Guide: HP Integrity Server Blades, HP Integrity Servers, and HP 9000 Servers"

    also "HP-UX 11.0 Installation Checklist":

    also: "HP-UX System Administration Tasks: HP 9000"

    More HP-UX docs:

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