Anyone seen Supermicro 6019P-ACR12L ? 12x 3.5" + 4x NVMe 1U

Blinky 42

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I stumbled across this system today wile looking for some storage servers for work:
Supermicro | Products | SuperServers | 1U | 6019P-ACR12L

Has anyone seen them in real life? It appears to have a built-in drawer that slides out for the 12x 3.5" drives. I am wondering how robust this setup is and how hot-swappable the drives are by your average data center techs w/o causing problems. Not a lot of hits with my google-fu on the server other than clones of the same PR in December of '17.

If it is feasible for normal people to use and maintain vs. just those with big pockets to buy 100's of the same system it may be a nice size and performance upgrade from the 2U Supermicro | Products | SuperServers | 2U | 2028R-E1CR24H we have been using for several years.
 

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I saw this at Computex and was able to remove drives. The mechanism is very good and easy to maintain. I really like the drawer design versus the older single chassis designs. No need to pull the entire chassis out to service and it does away with the huge cable arms.

Raw photo:Supermciro 6019-ACR12L Latching Mechanism.JPG
 
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Jeggs101

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That looks great. How's the depth though? I remember the earlier gens were really deep chassis that didn't fit some racks.

Is that photo from an upcoming STH review?
 

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Dual sata Dom an m2 slot and 4 NVMe drives for SSD storage. That's great. It even has slots for networking
 

cesmith9999

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That looks great. How's the depth though? I remember the earlier gens were really deep chassis that didn't fit some racks.

Is that photo from an upcoming STH review?
Spec sheet says it is 38.5". Too deep for many racks.

Chris
 

Dacesilian

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I'm looking after this chassis as well, it's very interesting - sadly only 7mm NVMe, which is not so common as 15mm.