I know what you mean, Buck. I just had no idea how involved drive
replacement might be. At over 100 pounds, even remove and replace is
pretty involved. I would be totally guessing on what else is required, but
imagine power and data cables are the bulk of the issue, aside from finding
and removing/replacing the bolts on the rack. There are people here who
likely could do all of that. There were a number of servers that were
decommissioned. Between 1U and 3U high. They were stacked like cordwood
until they were sent to be destroyed.
On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 3:11 PM, Buck Calabro <kc2hiz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 9/16/2015 3:36 PM, John McKee wrote:
amount requested. I can't even find out from IBM is the 3590 E11 is
considered a customer replaceable component.
With a machine that is not on maintenance, it sort of accidentally
becomes a customer replaceable item.
Any WAG as to how heavy a 3590 E11 is?
103 pounds, according to
109. Confirmed by
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