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HP-UX Virtual Partitions for March 2007

Requests for this release are due back to Hewlett-Packard by: November 1, 2007

HP-UX 11i v1 Virtual Partitions - March 2007 (vPars A.03.04) is now available.

Please note: 
This release is for Select HP 9000 cell-based servers based on the HP 
sx1000 or sx2000 chipsets, including:
    HP 9000 Superdome, HP 9000 Superdome with sx2000, HP rp8440,
    HP rp8420, HP rp8400, HP rp7440, HP rp7420, HP rp7410, HP rp7405, 
    HP rp7400/N4000, HP rp5470/L3000

HP-UX 11i Virtual Partitions is software that divides a physical server into multiple virtual 
servers, each with their own HP-UX OS, and CPU, memory and I/O resources. By using vPars, customers can utilize unused server capacity, increase overall server utilization, and increase flexibility of those resources. HP-UX 11i v1 Virtual Partitions - March 2007 (vPars A.03.04) software only runs with HP-UX 11i v1. The main new capability provided by HP-UX 11i v1 vPars - March 2007 is: vPars support for HP 9000 sx2000 cell-based servers Customers may choose to use HP-UX 11i v1 vPars - March 2007 (vPars A.03.04), if they are upgrading their HP9000 servers with HP-UX 11i v1 with the HP-UX 11i v1 Virtual Partitions - March 2007 release. If the HP-UX 11i v1 vPars software is under an HP upgrade support contract, this release would be covered by that contract. Please be aware of the firmware requirements and end of support dates for vPars releases, listed in the "HP-UX Virtual Partitions Ordering and Configuration Guide" at: http://docs.hp.com/en/oshpux11iv3.html#Virtual%20Partitions.
 
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