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September 15, 2011 12:59:24 PM

can i use scsi and sas on the same server?

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a b G Storage
September 15, 2011 2:16:39 PM

As long as you had all the right equipment I don't see why not. scsi is really old tech at this point though, I'm not sure why you would be using it on something that also supports sas drives. Maybe you are referring to iscsi?
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September 15, 2011 3:05:07 PM

tomatthe said:
As long as you had all the right equipment I don't see why not. scsi is really old tech at this point though, I'm not sure why you would be using it on something that also supports sas drives. Maybe you are referring to iscsi?


Thank you. The issue is this: I have a server that is using 4 sas hard disks. I want to add 3 sas had disks. Is it possible for the two hard disks (sas and scsi) to co-exist in the same server. The hard disks are all 146 GB
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a b G Storage
September 15, 2011 7:53:03 PM

Do you mean Sata and SAS disks? Sata drives will run on SAS controllers if thats what you mean.
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a b G Storage
September 15, 2011 9:15:25 PM

SAS and SCSI can co-exist as long as you have the required hardware (e.g. SAS and SCSI controllers).

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