Preface

This guide describes how to extend your engineered system and cable multiple racks together. It includes information about the cables, new server installation, and cabling tables.

Audience

This guide is intended for Oracle Engineered Systems customers and those responsible for data center site planning, configuration, and maintenance of the Oracle Engineered Systems and racks.

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Related Documentation

In addition to theOracle Engineered System documentation set, the following guides contain hardware information for Oracle Engineered System:

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