6P85J 4TB 7200RPM SAS 6GB/s 3.5-inch Internal Hard Disk Drive by Dell (Refurbished)
Dell 6P85J 4Tb 7200Rpm Sas-6Gbits 128Mb Buffer 512N 3.5Inch Form Factor Self Encrypted Hard Disk Drive With Tray For Poweredge & Powervault Servers.
Dell 4TB 7200RPM SAS 6GB/s 3.5-inch Internal Hard Disk Drive
Device Type : 6P85J Hard Drive - Hot-Swap
Form Factor : 3.5
Interface : Sed Serial Attached Scsi 2
Capacity : 4Tb
Buffer : 128Mb
Feature : 512N
Spin Speed : 7200 Rpm
Drive Transfer Rate : 600 Mbps (External)
Interfaces : 1 X Serial Attached Scsi 2
Compatible Bays : 1 X Hot-Swap - 3.5
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Hot plugging (also called hot swapping) is the ability to add and remove devices to a computer system while the computer is running and have the operating system automatically recognize the change. This is useful when a system component fails as it enables a new device to be installed without system downtime.
Hot swapping is the term given to the process of replacing a key component of a computer system while it’s still running. Essentially you change a specific part without having to switch it or the whole system off. This enables a business to continue utilising the system without experiencing any kind of downtime.
This may sound like a relatively strange process given that we are all told to power down devices before making changes; but it is highly effective when changing the components a build. 6P85J Hot Swap Hard Drive.
Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is a technology designed to move data to and from computer storage devices such as hard drives and tape drives. It is a point-to-point serial protocol that replaces the parallel SCSI
6P85J Serial Attached SCSI (SAS). SAS is the logical evolution of SCSI including its long-established software advantage and the serial physical connection interface. With enterprise storage requirements escalating and becoming more complex factors such as larger capacity greater density security scalability and accessibility are more critical than ever. Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) meets all these demands while providing the highest performance.