I have got an HP Proliant ML350 generation 4. I want to upgrade the memory but I only have non-ECC memory. How can i disable ECC in the bios settings to let the non-ECC ram work?
on 08/11/2012 – Made popular on 08/11/2012
Long time lurker, rarely if ever post. I've always wanted to give Linux a shot in the past but never had the knowledge. Currently, I'm a networking student and finally have a course focused on CentOS. It is a blast and I'm finding that the more I work with it, the more I want to learn about it. Up until now, I've had CentOS running in a virtualbox, which is fine for doing labs and learning.
I have a new used ML350 server and there is something strange with the Smart Array Controller, sometimes it show at POST (message with F8 possibility to configure) and sometimes not. Can't do any firmware update when not showed, and the last time I started the firmware has hanged.
I support a non profit. They got an ML350 G5 donated to them and I immediately put it to good use for them :) It came with four HP 300GB 15K SAS drives - and of course, they have all now failed. I have been replacing the drives and they are all 6Gb/s drives, but the HP controller in the ML350 is a 3Gb/s controller.
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I'm the proud new owner of an HP Proliant Microserver N40L, and planning to upgrade the (obviously paltry 2 GB of) memory to the maximum of 16 GB. (Theoretically 8 GB is the limit, but empirically 16 GB has been shown to work.) Some guides advise that ECC memory is not that important, but I'm not so sure I believe this.
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