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Servers are computing devices that are similar to desktop computers in that they have the same basic components, but are significantly different in size, configuration and purpose. Servers are usually accessed over a network, and many run unattended, without a computer monitor, input device, audio hardware or USB interfaces. Many servers do not have a graphical user interface (GUI), and are configured and managed remotely. Servers typically include hardware redundancy such as dual power supplies, RAID disk systems, and ECC memory, along with extensive pre-boot memory testing and verification. Critical components might be hot swappable, and to guard against overheating, servers might have more powerful fans or use water cooling.

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Are there any HPE boffins out there that deal with Server Hardware troubleshooting daily/often?  (Specifically Gen 9)
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by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)
PM me a link and I'll have a look. As for helpful with the Dumb Arse HP Engineers we meet every week which cannot diagnose I think it would be very helpful!
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by:David Atkin
Thanks Andrew, I'll send you over a link.
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Do you dabble in Lotus Notes?  Check out this new article by one of our newest members.  Don't forget to follow them if you're interested in seeing their future contributions.

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Great job, Michelle!
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by:John Hurst
I thankfully gave up Lotus Notes two decades ago.
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by:Sjef Bosman
What a silly remark...
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by:masnrock
The sad part is a common failure in projects is failing to ask users for requirements.
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by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)
The NHS does not consider the opinion of NURSES and DOCTORS worthy!

Very Wrong, and they wonder why, they are all leaving and retiring, now leaving a brain drain in the NHS!
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by:Juana Villa
Welcome to EE!!
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Server Hardware

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Servers are computing devices that are similar to desktop computers in that they have the same basic components, but are significantly different in size, configuration and purpose. Servers are usually accessed over a network, and many run unattended, without a computer monitor, input device, audio hardware or USB interfaces. Many servers do not have a graphical user interface (GUI), and are configured and managed remotely. Servers typically include hardware redundancy such as dual power supplies, RAID disk systems, and ECC memory, along with extensive pre-boot memory testing and verification. Critical components might be hot swappable, and to guard against overheating, servers might have more powerful fans or use water cooling.