tbcpp wrote:you end up bending all the flanges.
jan-jaap wrote:I believe it was on purpose, so you wouldn't be tempted to put a 24" monitor on top of it. Apparently some people tried that with Indys or Indigo2's and ended up with bent or cracked cases
I always wondered if SGI had a department whose only mission in life was to design drive sleds.
R-ten-K wrote: Plus making the Octane slightly taller would have given enough volume to include an internal 5 inch storage unit for a CD-ROM.
Other vendors (like Sun) have things like that too
un_ wrote:The Visual Workstation 540 also has a another completely different kind of drive sled, fortunately there was one spare in mine after the original owner had taken their disks out.
To be fair it does use SCA SCSI drives, but they are installed on a little metal tray that slides into the drive bay. Of course the RAM is completely weird..R-ten-K wrote:Are you kidding? Only SGI would make a PeeCee completely propietary.
In contrast, I have used the same SUN drive sleds in an Ultra2, Ultra60, Blade1000, Ultra20, and in a brand new storagearray... for SCSI/SCA, FC, and SATA drives.
R-ten-K wrote:Are you kidding? Only SGI would make a PeeCee completely propietary.
hamei wrote:R-ten-K wrote:Are you kidding? Only SGI would make a PeeCee completely propietary.
No, IBM pulled the same stunt with some of their x86 servers. There are at least two variations on that black-with-slats drive sled that look almost identical but in fact, they're about .125" different in height. Thanks, IBM. Great job.
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