Bladecenter

admin on June 1st, 2006

This post discusses the Standard IBM Bladecenter Chassis, not the T -or H Chassis systems. A common warning message you might recieve from an IBM Bladecenter is as follows: “Demand exceeds a single power module. Throttling can occur in power domain 1.” The message is normal. In a normal rudundant situation, all power needs are […]

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admin on March 28th, 2006

I was approached by a contributer of the Wikimedia group, if they could use some of the pictures I had uploaded of Bladecenters, for the official Wikipedia article on them. I of course said it was oke, and now 3 of my pictures have become part of the Wikimedia archive as offical resources under the […]

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admin on December 17th, 2005

Here are some pics of the Bladecenter now that its been installed. (click on pics for way more detail and additional notes) (This post is also a test of the new Blogjet, which has some really fantastic new features) The front of our two bladecenters, with an HS20 server partially removed. The top media tray […]

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admin on November 24th, 2005

2 x xSeries 366 Servers, unpacked, and ready to recieve options So much stuff to build, so much to unpack!! Over 100.000 dollar worth of components on the table here. Extra CPU’s, Harddisks, Option cards, even Acoustic Attenuation Modules .. all to be built into our Blades, Bladecenters, and xSeries 366’s 21 HS20 Blade Servers, […]

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