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Old 08-24-2006
Hard Drive Question

Good day,

I have an rs/6000 server, model 7044-270. I bought a 2nd hard drive for it but im not sure its the right one. (fru:H13060) As you surely know, the 7044-270 hard drives are put in some sort of tray/carrier. There is a cable that will interface the HDD with the tray/carrier so the carrier can connect inside the PC.

My peoblem is.. The cable i have does not fit on my HDD (FRU:H113060). I

The cable i have got 1 large scsi connecor (to connect in the server) on 1 end and a 3 way connector on the other end. (SCSI, POWER and another connection). What i need is a 1 to 1 SCSI extention. not a 1 to 3.

I have a single large connector on my HDD and 1 single large connector inside the server. The cable is have a 1 large connector (attached to the tray) and a 3 way connector on the otherside.

So whats wrong here?

Did i bought the wrong hard drive? did the guys ship methe wrong Case carrier?


Any help woulf be much apreciated.

P.S: Sorry for any typos/sentence structure, english is not my 1st language.

Merci.
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NAME
rotate - Rotate, mirror, and transpose JPEG images (losslessly whenever possible) SYNOPSIS
rotate { options } file [ file ... ] DESCRIPTION
rotate is a convenience frontend to jpegtran, allowing JPEG images to be rotated, mirrored, or transposed in several ways. These opera- tions are conducted losslessly (i.e., no image recompression) and keep all EXIF metadata intact. OPTIONS
-f, -flip, --flip {horizontal | vertical} horizontal: Mirror image horizontally (left-right). vertical : Mirror image vertically (top-bottom). -r, -rotate, --rotate {90 | 180 | 270} 90 : Rotate image 90 degrees clockwise. 180: Rotate image 180 degrees. 270: Rotate image 270 degrees clockwise (or 90 ccw). -tp, -transpose, --transpose Transpose image (across UL-to-LR axis). -tv, -transverse, --transverse] Transverse transpose (across UR-to-LL axis). SEE ALSO
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