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    [SOLVED] 1U - 2U -3U - 4U etc? Noobie Question


    When you see these numbers for example

    a 4U Server or a 1U Server etc etc

    What does this mean and how can I tell what number a Server is?

    I need to buy a Server Cabinet but dont know what number my Server is?

    Sorry for the dumb question

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    It's a unit, as in 1 unit, 2 unit, 3 unit etc. where each unit is a 44.45mm high server.

    19-inch rack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Basically it's the height of the server in a rack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtomrodney View Post
    It's a unit, as in 1 unit, 2 unit, 3 unit etc. where each unit is a 44.45mm high server.

    19-inch rack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Basically it's the height of the server in a rack.
    Thank You very much Big Tom, now I understand perfectly. Thanks for helping me

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