Server walkthrough: Taking apart the HP Proliant DL380 G6 server

HP has released the sixth generation of its popular DL380 server

The rear of the HP DL380 G6 has four Ethernet ports ('2'), which can also be used for iSCSI; as well, you get PS/2, serial, monitor and USB 2.0 ports ('4'), and an iLO 2 Ethernet port for accessing the server's built-in management console ('3'). There is space for up to six PCI Express expansion cards ('1'); there is an option to have a PCI-X/PCI Express card configuration instead. The UID light on the back ('5') lets you quickly identify the server if you can't get to the front of it.

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