Johan Ström wrote:
> What I'm looking at is a DL360 G5, probably with one E5335 (quad 2.0)
> and 4G of RAM and 4x 146Gb SAS disks on the Smart Array P400i card.


We have exactly that combination. You can find dmesg,
pciconf, DMI etc. here:

http://www.secnetix.de/olli/dmesg/hp-dl360g5/

Those machines work very well with both FreeBSD 6 and 7.
If you install FreeBSD 7, remember to enable ULE instead
of the default BSD scheduler.

Best regards
Oliver

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