[olug] C6100 3.5in HDD cage question

Justin Reiners justin at hotlinesinc.com
Thu Mar 5 21:24:04 CST 2015

Well, I know what I am digging for tomorrow...

On Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 5:04 PM, Aric Aasgaard <aric at omahax.com> wrote:

> Have any of you tried connecting an additional SFF 8087 breakout cable into
> the open port on the midplane board (1) and connecting them to ports on the
> backplane (2) and connecting additional SATA cables from the interposer
> board (3) to the motherboard of the node to allow for the use of 6 HDD bays
> on one node?  ...I want a SAN node.
> See image http://omahax.com/img/c6100hdd.jpg
> I remember a while back Tom Fritz telling me that you can't do it but I
> don't understand why.  It looks fairly straight forward and not too
> proprietary.
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