Combining concentrated 1U compute power, integrated Lights-Out management, and essential fault tolerance, the HP ProLiant DL360 is optimized for space constrained installations. Quad or Dual-core Xeon processors, DDR2 Fully Buffered DIMMs, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) and PCI Express technology provide a high performance system ideal for the full range of scale out applications. What's more, the HP ProLiant DL360 G5 steps up the fault tolerant in an ultra dense platform with redundant power, redundant fans, mirrored memory or online spare memory, embedded RAID capability, and full-featured remote Lights-Out management. - - - - - HP ProLiant Dl360 G5 64-bit Server 2x 2.33GHz Intel Xeon Quad Core E5345 24GB 5300F 6x 146GB 10K 2.5" HDD 2x 700W PSUs No OS No Rails
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
Is a great server I use it to hosting my invoice and ...
By Juan Pumar
Is a great server I use it to hosting my invoice and inventory system, I installed Windows Server 2012 and works perfect. I was a little nervous for the shipping (I shipped it to Dominican Republic) but the box was very secure. Everything works, there wasn't any problem, maybe when I tested the server, overheat more than usual, but is not a big problem
I'm very proud on this buy, I recommend this server for home hosting or a small company.
Oh! and the price it's awesome! I tried to find a server with the same configuration in Dominican Republic but the prices are to high ($1,000-1,500)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Powerhungry, loud, and a little warm, but still good for the price.
I bought this server to be mounted in my media closet to replace a slow core 2 duo desktop I have been using for close to a decade for running my own webserver.
This server generates about 1400 BTUs an hour, and it uses about 340 watts average power (around $20 in electricity a month where I live). Noise is insane without good cooling, and just barely tolerable when cold. But this runs in a closet with an exaust fan in the ceiling dumping heat into the attic with the door closed, so I never notice it.
It has worked great for what I am using it for now - I plan on using it as a Plex media server and game server host in the future. I am running Arch Linux on this server, and everything works out of the box with zero issues (Redhat and CentOS dropped CCISS support on these older RAID cards, so you may have trouble with other distros).
Extra credits go to the seller - about 2 weeks after the server was set up on of the SAS drives failed -- no data loss because it was a RAID 6 array. I decided to contact the seller to see what kind of replacement they might offer before ordering my own, and in less than 5 minutes I received a reply that I could dispose of the drive on my own and they would mail an immediate replacement! First time I have been so happy with replacement or defective parts in my life. I will try to order from the same seller again for similar items.
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Excellent price/value, snappy server. A little on the big side, you'll need a big rack for these.