In pictures: Taking apart Hewlett-Packard's Proliant DL380 G5 server

We get up close and personal with the HP Proliant DL380 G5, one of the world's best selling servers.

The spare power supply slot allows the HP DL380 G5 to survive a power supply failure without having to be restarted.

The IO ports can be used if external devices need to be plugged in. The DL380 G5 still provides PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports for those who require them, as well as serial and USB ports.

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  • UTLWANG SECHELE

    the lights in front before power button keeps on ligthing red

    and have restarted the server but it keeps on coming back then the s erver stops its services

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