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Apple Xserve RAID (SFP) Specs

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Apple Xserve RAID (SFP) Specs by Kenyans247(1): Sat 26, December, 2020 08:11pm
The Apple Xserve RAID (SFP) is a 3U rack mountable storage solution designed for use with an Xserve or Power Macintosh G5 with an installed dual-channel 2 GB Apple Fibre Channel PCI-X card (sold separately).

The Xserve RAID (SFP) features fourteen independent ATA/100 drive channels, dual independent RAID controllers each with 512 MB of controller cache memory, 8 MB of on drive cache per drive, a dual 2.0 GB Fibre Channel host interface with SFP connectors, redundant load-sharing hot-swappable 450W power supplies, redundant hot-swappable "cooling modules", and optional "Cache Battery Backup Modules" that provide 72 hours of backup power.

This model is quite similar to the original Xserve RAID, but has 512 MB of controller cache memory standard and SFP connectors.

It supports a total of fourteen drives, and Apple has increased the maximum "officially" supported capacity several times -- it was 3.5 TB in RAID 0 on January 6, 2004 when it was introduced -- and 5.6 TB on October 19, 2004, and 7.0 TB on September 13, 2005 as new Xserve models were introduced and larger drives became available.

The final configurations -- discontinued February 19, 2008 -- were configured with either four 250 GB (M9721LL/A), seven 500 GB (M9721LL/A), or fourteen (MA209LL/A) 500 GB 7200 RPM ATA/100 drives (Apple Drive Modules).

Despite the age of this system, site sponsor Other World Computing has RAM, hard drives, SSDs, and other upgrades available for this specific Mac while supplies last.

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