4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 11, 2012 4:16 AM by rukbat RSS

    Sun Fire T2000 Server End of support (EOS)

    prateek
      Hi,

      Sun fire T2000 Sever has reached its end of life (EOL) in November 2009. does that means that its End of Support as well ?? Can spare parts be ordered??

      Best Regards,
      Prateek
        • 1. Re: Sun Fire T2000 Server End of support (EOS)
          805789
          Hi;

          Please verify that information in [1]. Oracle Lifetime Support Policy: Oracle Hardware and Operating Systems.

          Sustaining support offered is in TBD (To Be Defined).

          Regards. </SQ>


          [1]. http://www.oracle.com/us/support/library/lifetime-support-hardware-os-337182.pdf
          • 2. Re: Sun Fire T2000 Server End of support (EOS)
            910181
            Sergio... I'm trying to get official word on EOL and EOS for the Sun Netra T5220. And that unit somehow missed the support document you referenced. Netra servers are on pages 14 and 15, but no T5220 (or T5440 for that matter).

            Any thoughts about who to poke to get the official word?
            • 3. Re: Sun Fire T2000 Server End of support (EOS)
              805789
              Page 5:

              Oracle’s Sun SPARC Servers – Entry Level

              Release:
              Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220
              Last Ship Date: Sep 2011
              Premier Support Ends: Sep 2016
              Sustaining Support Ends: To be Defined

              ¿Is this the information you 're looking for?

              Cheers. </SQ>
              • 4. Re: Sun Fire T2000 Server End of support (EOS)
                user9345221 wrote:

                Any thoughts about who to poke to get the official word?
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