USC May Not List NIC Daughtercards in a Blade Server's Mezzanine PCI Slot

USC May Not List NIC Daughtercards in a Blade Server's Mezzanine PCI Slot


Article Summary: USC May Not List NIC Daughtercards in a Blade Server's Mezzanine PCI Slot

Article Summary: This article describes that ethernet NIC daughtercards in blade servers may be listed as installed in a PCI Slot X when configured with USC.

Confusion When Installing More Than One Daughtercard

Ethernet NIC daughtercards in blade servers may be listed as installed in a PCI Slot X when configuring with Unified Server Configuration (USC). Instead, the location should be listed as a mezzanine slot letter. This may be confusing when installing more than one daughtercard of the same type.


System Is Functioning Normally

The system is functioning normally. Mezzanine PCI slots are labeled A and B on half-height blade servers and A - D on full-height blade servers. USC may instead list the location as Slot 1 which corresponds to MEZZ A.






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Última fecha de modificación: 02/23/2016 03:00 PM


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