Category Archives: Hp Microserver Gen8

#SMB Breaking News: #HPE #MicroServer Gen10

Finally a new release of the HPE MicroServer updated at the new generation Gen10. HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 It seems that the Gen8 release of the MicroServer was so successful (I am the proud owner of 3 HP MicroServer Gen8) that HPE never released a Gen9 model. What are the main updates after a quick… Read More »


DataCenter: Setup the HP ILO device

In an enterprise environment consisting of several HP ProLiant servers it is important to set up for each of the servers the IPs of the associated ILO4 devices. This is an important step as this ILO devices are going to be used for the cluster fencing or access from the service network. To set-up the… Read More »

USB Wireless interface on Fedora Linux

I am planning to deploy a test openStack infrastructure, “Minimal architecture example with legacy networking (nova-network)”, on the 2 x Hp MicroServer Gen 8 setup from my home data centre. The nova-network architecture needs at least two nodes and on each node a minimal of two network interfaces must be available. The HP MicroServers have… Read More »

Mixed DIMMs in HP MicroServer Gen8

Idea is that I have 2x8GB Kingston in one MicroServer and 2x2GB HP the original memories in the second. I was wondering how the 1x2GB+1x8GB= 10GB combination for both servers will work. I know that Intel Pentium G2020T is Dual-Core: “Ivy Bridge” and has Fast Memory Access, Flex Memory Access.  so should be OK. Actually… Read More »