Question about HP ProLiant ML370 G4 Server
It may be that the lithium battery is dead; usually a CR2032 button battery. Signs of CMOS Battery Failure Dom Tech Computer Blog
Go into the BIOS settings during initial power on boot up, often F10 or F2 are common. Check the date and time, if they are off, you should be able to temporarily boot by setting the date and time but you'll have to do it every time you boot. If the date and time is off, and you set the correct date and time and it still doesn't boot, you'll want to make sure it's booting to the correct drive.
When it doesn't boot, does it give you any error?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your server definetly has issue booting first of all this is a little old server model so first open and blow air from a blower (¬ use vaccum cleaner)
since problem could be anything frm a struck cpu fan or anything
then poer donw theM/c and locate the RAM its a smal hardware in green color vertically fitted to the motherboard it will have locks at the both ends press them downwards the RAM will pop out then clean the side that was inside the motherboard with eraser and nothing else(it might damage the RAM) then fix it as it was aligning the notch it should work
If this does not work out then tell me exct LED and sybol near it
Bye for Now
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: Compaq ProLiant ML370 G3
How big if your environment? How many users? Do you have remote access needs? If your environment is under 75 users then you might want to consider moving to Windows Small Business Server. It's a great little package that includes Exchange with it. You can also get the premium edition which includes Sharepoint.
Don't forget licensing needs during this whole process too. You want to make sure you are covered properly with software licenses from Microsoft when making the migration.
The hardware specs seem adequate but it will depend on the amount of users in your environment and workload for it.
I've included three links to different options for migration:
This link is pretty good to explain using the Microsoft tool.
This link provides info on the swing migration which is a bit more popular in the small business arena. Works pretty good. I've done it a few times.
This link is for Acronis products that allow for easy ghosting or copying of data from one server to another. The good thing about this tool is that your SIDs are kept the same. So I don't know if its a big deal (depends on your environment size) but it can be a pain to rejoin workstations to a domain if new servers are added without successfully moving necessary settings. I've used this tool a few times. It's quick and easy.
I look forward to hearing more from you. Please update me on the questions I asked and if I can help further I will be glad too. Don't forget to rate the solutions once we're done! Thanks.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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