Oracle is playing hide-and-seek with its x64-based Sun Fire servers again, but El Reg has found two new ones and some new blade gadgetry lurking out there on the Oracle site. The Sun Blade X6270 M2 and X6275 M2 blade servers are two-socket machines and are updates of existing Sun blade servers that have been certified to run …
The sockets are for sodimm flash modules?
And probably some ram, too.
This would be really nice if you can mix and match flash + disk like this.
I read that as 'sodium' and got worried
RE: The sockets are for sodimm flash modules?
meteort popsts, "FMODs perhaps in the Storage Module M2?"
When one reads the on-line document, that's how they are labeled in the picture.
Florian posts, "This would be really nice if you can mix and match flash + disk like this"
The subsystem looks like it was architected with that concept in mind.
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