Hey guys, hopefully this is an easy one. What is the maximum power draw that a 5108 chassis can handle? In other words, how many amps can the chassis actually take? I thought I heard 32A at some point, but I can't find it in any documentation.
The Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis is powered by 208 V (220 V outside the US) 50-60 Hz AC. Up to four power supply units (PSUs) may be installed, each with a single C20 connector for input power connection to the UCS 5108 power supply.
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Upload the Script to Datastore
1. Browse to any Datastore of ESXi Host2. Upload the folder "lsigetvmware_022817" ex. Suppose the datastore name is "Datastore3"
Run the Commands
Enable SSH of ESXi Host
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