Need manual URL/hardcopy for HP Netserver LX Pro 6/200 server

From: Russ Blakeman <>
Date: Tue Jan 22 09:41:55 2002

I hear that on the video, done it with all of my servers. Normally I run a
workstation on a KVM next to the server with great video and use a cheap
baseline vard in the servers, like my old Dell 4066/XE 486 server. I did
upgrade the ram on the video and it works fien for server apps but the card
that came in my server 320 stunk so I put a better 2mb SVGA in it.

This has 512mb in it alrwady and I plan on trying for more, regardless of
the wattage/power consumption. Power here is cheap and the better system I
have the more I can learn and play with it.

I'll definitely keep you in mind as my "brain picking" source for the

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Colin Eby
Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2002 8:58 AM
Subject: Re: Need manual URL/hardcopy for HP Netserver LX Pro 6/200

Russ --

Let me know if you need any other resources for this
system. We're still using this model -- after four
years of co-habitation, I couldn't know them much
better. We have four or five of these, and one
ultra-rare LXr-Pro8. I get around to doing a fresh
build on them every 4 months or so. That's because
they're part of our benchmarking equipment pool. So
they get reconfigured very regularly. The performance
engineering folks (myself included) use them. And they
certainly do perform well, even if they are bordering
on classic status. I understand you have a source for
manuals already. So anything else you need, please let
me know.

One word of advice. I'd leave the RAM in. It's the RAM
that keeps them running like much newer equipment,
since there aren't that many applications that'll peg
a quad, even an old one, they'll run best with
everything resident in main. Second piece of advice,
put a better video card in. There's an embedded one --
but it's a flicker-fest at anything higher than

Colin Eby
Senior Consultant
CSC Consulting

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