RH2285H V2 expansion slot

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The RH2285H V2 supports a maximum of six PCIe cards:
? One full-height half-length PCIe card
? One full-height 3/4-length PCIe card
? One full-height half-length PCIe card
? Two half-height PCIe cards
? One RAID controller card installed in a non-standard slot
The PCIe slots support Huawei PCIe iNIC, which improves the I/O bandwidth and throughput.

Two Huawei SSD cards, which greatly improves I/O performance for search, cache, and download services

The PCIe slots support the GPUs Quadro 2000 and Quadro 4000.

For details about the PCIe cards supported by the RH2285H V2 server, see the compatibility list:
http://support.huawei.com/onlinetoolsweb/ftca/en

Other related questions:
Server black box
The black box consists of a built-in memory chip and fault monitoring software. The memory chip, independent from the server hard disks, stores fault information. The fault monitoring software records the kernel information when the server OS breaks down. For detailed information about the black box, see the iMana User Guide for your server model.

RH2288H V2 health indicator
V2 rack server health indicator status description: ? Steady green: The server is operating properly. ? Blinking red at 2 Hz: A major alarm is generated. ? Blinking red at 4 Hz: A critical alarm is generated.

Server memory configuration assistant
Huawei Server DIMM Configuration Assistant helps you rapidly determine the DIMM installation sequence based on the server model and number of CPUs and DIMMS configured in the server. You can obtain this tool at: DIMM Configuration Assistant

How many expansion slots does a file engine node have and where are they?
A file engine node offers four expansion slots for an Ethernet adapter with four 1 Gbit/s network ports, a 10 Gbit/s Ethernet adapter with two 10 Gbit/s network ports. A1, A2, A3, and A4 (B1, B2, B3, and B4) on the slot area of the rear panel of the file engine stand for expansion slots.

Differences between the RH2288 V2, RH2288H V2, and RH2288E
The four NICs of the RH2288 V2 are GE NICs on the mainboard while the NICs of the RH2288H V2 are flexible NICs. The number of PCIe slots on riser cards is also different. The RH2288E V2 supports holding guide rails for installation. For details, see their respective user guide.

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