Month: September 2014

HP SPP(Service Pack for Proliant) “2014.09” Released

HP SPP(Service Pack for Proliant)  “2014.09” Released HP SPP Page go here www.hp.com/go/spp HP Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) is a comprehensive systems software and firmware update solution, which is delivered as a single ISO image. This solution uses HP Smart Update Manager (HP SUM) as the deployment tool and is tested on all HP ProLiant Gen9, Gen8 and earlier servers as defined in the Service Pack for ProLiant Server Support Guide found at www.hp.com/go/spp/documentation.   This is the 3rd release in the this year , you can find details of previous versions here SPP 2014.06.0  , SPP 2014.02.0(B) , with the release of then Gen9 Proliant servers , there is a new version of “SPP” Service Pack for Proliant available , 2014.06.0 & 2014.02.0(B) were the old release this year , previous year release was SPP 2013.9(C). Important Notes: This release no longer supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 This release no longer supports ProLiant G5 and earlier platforms Release Summary: Added new support for the following HP ProLiant servers:   HP BL460c Gen9   HP DL380 Gen9   HP DL360 Gen9   HP ML350 Gen9   HP DL180 Gen9   HP DL160 Gen9   HP XL230a Gen9 Added support for new HP ProLiant options Includes VMware driver support Provides operating system support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and vSphere 5.5 U2 Contains HP Smart Update Manager v7.1.0  See the HP Service Pack for ProLiant Release...

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HP Releases the Next Generation Gen9 Proliant Servers

Building on 25 years of server industry leadership, HP announces a bold new compute strategy to help customers thrive in the era of Big Data, mobility and the cloud. Traditional server silos are too inefficient and slow for the New Style of IT. HP is reimagining the server and thinking instead about compute — the vast pool of processing resources that are converged, software-defined, cloud-ready and workload-optimized for business growth. The new HP ProLiant Gen9 portfolio is HP’s latest compute milestone, helping customers: Lower IT service costs Accelerate IT service delivery time Boost IT business value Now available, HP ProLiant Gen9 platforms with Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 processor series: BL460c, DL160, DL180, DL360, DL380, ML350, XL230a (HP Apollo 6000), and XL730f (HP Apollo 8000). Rear view of a DL 380 Gen9 Server  The Comman Slot power supplies are replaced by Flexible slot power supplies , so the Gen8 power supplies does not fit in Gen9. by choosing for the flexible power supplies this gives you the options to choose for 2 redundant power supplies or for 1 power supply and a battery based power supply in the second slot.This battery gives you up to 5 minutes of power in the server. Power supplies are now rated 500W,800W, 1400W and there is also a  550W power supply for the Gen9 entry level servers DL160 and DL 180 The Smart Array controller is not on-board anymore. This means the RAID controller is now...

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How to make Multiple ISO bootable Pendrive (Windows & Linux same time)

How to make Multiple ISO bootable Pendrive (Windows & Linux same time) Connect your usb drive to your pc (min 8gb) Open up gparted tool in you linux format your pendrive in fat32 format after that download grub4dos-0.4.5c (not grub4dos-0.4.6a) here is the link https://code.google.com/p/grub4dos-chenall/downloads/list and extract it to the desktop type following command in terminal  df  which will give you details about your pendrive and all drives from there you can find your filesystem name of pendrive in this case its /dev/sde1 but in the following command line we only need to use /dev/sde then install the grub4dos on the MBR with zero second time-out on your USB Stick,by typing the following command in the terminal  sudo ~/Desktop/grub4dos-0.4.5c/bootlace.com --time-out=0 /dev/sde Note: You can change the path to your grub4dos folder. sde is your USB and can be checked by ” df ” command in a terminal or by using the gparted or disk utility tools Copying Easy2Boot files to USB your pendrive is ready to boot , but we need menu files, which are necessary to detect the .ISO files in your USB. go to Easy2Boot website http://www.easy2boot.com/download/ then extract its files to your pendrive after that you find both windows and linux related ISO folders simply copy your ISO’s to corresponding  OS folders Adding Linux .ISO files  After that adding Windows ISO Files to Windows Version Folder dont...

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