Question about Dell PowerEdge 2600 Server
Just got a used PowerVault 770N, that thing does not boot up at all.
I get no VGA Display/output, no keyboard light, the system status light is blue for a few seconds, then the caution indicator blinks ("off" status + "blinking" caution = The system has detected an error and requires attention according to the Dell troubleshooting guide).
I don't think I can use console redirection at this time to troubleshoot this further.
I looked into finding a manual for the motherboard to see if any of the internal LED would give me any kind of hint on what's wrong (since no post code/sound is heard, I'm at loss).
What would you guys try first/next?
I recommend that you first try replacing the power cord, if that doesn't work try replacing the power supply.
Posted on Apr 16, 2017
Its called the JBOD RAID option - just a bunch of discs.
I don't know of any system that makes a RAID array an operational imperative, I would say the answer to your question is yes.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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