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PowerEdge T410 - Seagate Drives?

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Last Modified: 2017-08-06
I have a customer with a 6 year old PE T410 server (PERC6 RAID5) with 750GB Nearline SAS drives.  These drives are Dell-branded ST3750630SS drives (3Gbps, 7.2K),  One of the drives failed, and I cannot find an exact replacement drive match, since they were apparently rare.  I could probably track down  a 1TB drive from the same Seagate family, but it would also be at least 6 years old.  I need to stabilize the array while I am exploring new server options with the customer.

I know with the MD NAS products, Dell firmware on the drives is critical.  However, with the T410 and the PERC6 controller, would I be OK using a new Seagate-branded ST1000NM0023 (1TB 7.2K 6Gbps Near Line SAS Enterprise drive) as a replacement drive for this RAID 5 array?

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