Sue, I ran across this information the other day:

The feature EJ0P storage backplane option has expanded function compared the feature EJ0N backplane. Feature EJ0P provides eighteen SSF-3 bays; a pair of integrated SAS controllers, each with 1.8 GB physical (effectively up to 7.2 GB with compression) write cache; a DVD bay; two SAS ports enabled for attaching an external EXP24S Disk Drawer (#5887); and Easy Tier functionality. The SAS ports are indicated by the EJ0Z feature and must be ordered with feature EJ0P. The SAS ports are physically mounted on the rear of the server and use up one PCIe x8 slot.

Does this mean that I can implement Easy Tier on my Power7 (8202) internal disk drives?


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