I have a DL380 G3 with a 2.8 Processor. Cisco Communications Manager (CallManager) version 6.x and above checks to see if it's particular processor speed (2.4Ghz or 3.06GHz). The software is Linux based.
Would like to see if there is a way of 'fooling' the software to allow the installation to continue.
Re: Software Checking for Particular DL380 Processor
If your proc speed is 2.8, then what is the problem? The min speed required is 2.4 GHz right?
Anyways you may try overclocing the processor, however at your own risk as this may cause damage to the server.
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if you mean that just shows a bue screen and no task bar or desktop ..this is probably from a virus attack that cause it ..Try to press ctrl+alt+del this should show the task manager and in the task manager run a new tas ...and lunch the windows explorer again .. or just run from task manager the system restore..and try to restore it to an earlier date that worked..To do that pres those like I said ..and than in the task manager on screen choose file and new task (run) and type system restore..and hit enter ..ths should run it ...choose the date that you know it worked and run it ..If it do not restore you have to reinstall or ..to use it for the moment find the desktop address and add it in the start-up for that run MSconfig and press enter ..in the start menu ..choose normal ..and enter ..and choose restart ..it should get along well again..
If the server is configured with split SCSI channels these indicate which bays are part of each of the two channels. The common use for this would be to use the split with two drives for a RAID 1 system drive and the remaining four for RAID 5 data or in some cases two sets of RAID 1.