An extra network card can be installed if you require additional connectivity for client networks, or for a separate network. A memory expansion kit can be installed to increase memory capacity for the database servers. Memory expansion kit is not available for the storage servers. Licenses requred.
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If lit, there is a fault condition that requires service. A steady light indicates the PCIe is ready, and in use by the operating system. A flashing green light indicates the DPCC is booting. If the LED is not lit, then power is not present. If this LED is lit, then the hard drive can safely be removed. If this LED is lit, then a fault was detected in the hard drive. If flashing, this LED indicates the drive is not functioning correctly, which is related to a status of predictive failure, poor performance, or critical.
The rate at which the LED blinks can vary by activity. If the LED is a steady green, then the storage drive is functioning normally. If this LED is lit, then a fault was detected in the power supply. If the LED is a steady green, then the power supply is functioning normally.
If the LED is a steady green, then the power supply is connected to a properly rated AC power source. This LED lights when the network port is active. If the LED is not lit, it indicates that there is no activity, and the link is not operational.
When there is network traffic, the LED flashes green. If this LED is lit, then a fault was detected in the system module. It flashes quickly during server start up and when AC power cords are connected to the server. It flashes slowly in standby power mode. Temperature Fault LED is amber. If lit, this LED indicates the internal server temperature exceeds the upper threshold. This LED enables you to locate a server quickly and easily.
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