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post #21 of 24
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No the HDD is operating at 1.5 Thus operating at a SATA 1 standard.

Im not going to bother contacting there support. At the end of the day its a moot point and has no affect on performance in this case.
post #22 of 24
Sorry I didnt spot this thread earlier,
I will see if I can find anything out about this at work, Im hoping that HP dont do something to `thier` drives, HP WILL NOT support any warranty on NON HP kit in thier servers! as far as they are concerned its not thier own stuff so it probably caused the fault(if any!)
Im sure the ML110`s and ML115`s only support SATA1 and the drives HP officialy supply are SATA1 for these models.
I will do some investigating, hopefully come up with summat usefull!
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post #23 of 24
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Well it makes no logical sense either way.

The SATA controllers in the ML110 is of SATA2 compliance and is obviously backwards compatible with SATA 1 drives.

The Seagate Drive within the ML110 is an ES.2 drive with the model number above and they only come in SATA 2 configurations.

So for it to only operate at SATA1 is odd.

In anycase the server is now out of my hands so there is nothing I can do lol...Thanks to all.
post #24 of 24
Hello All,

It has been a while ago since the last post in this topic, but I thought its worth a try. Today at work I received a HP ML110 for internal testing purposes. Because of the (old) specs I had (controller at max 150MB and the delivered disk would be 150) of this server I ordered a second 250 GB HDD, from wich the specs say that it runs at 150MB/S. Finally unpacking and installing the server I found out that the drive that came with the server runs at 300MB/S !! and the one I ordered with it at 150MB/S !! Conclusion: The controller is 300MB/S capable, since a little while.
So I decided to order another new drive that is 300MB/S. Now uninstalling the drives from the machine I found out that both discs (150 and 300 !!) are identically. They both have the same Seagate numbers (ST3250310NS). And the Seagate website sais these drives can manage up to 300MB/S ! So it must be HP that has limited the drive in its speedperformance.

My question is: Is it possible to undo this limitation?

Hope anyone can provide me with an answer.

Mark
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