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A "A blue check mark denotes 
the option supports active pci function(s)" means the option supports hotplug feature(s).

Click on the "A blue check mark denotes the option supports active pci function(s)" to display which Active PCI featues are supported with or without any applicable limitations.

IBM High Availability Solutions for Microsoft Windows Server 2003/2003 R2, Enterprise x64 Edition
Supported
Components
x3800/x260 (8865) x455 (8855) x450 (8688) x445 (8870) x370 (8681) x440 (8687) x360 (8686) x350 (8682) x255 (8685) x250 (8665) x240 (8664) x235 (8671)
Part No. Product Description Mfg.
06P3601 IBM 10/100 Ethernet Server Adapter IBM   06P3601 with x455 (8855) 06P3601 with x450 (8688)                  
06P3701 IBM Gigabit Ethernet SX Server Adapter IBM     06P3701 with x450 (8688)                  
06P5736 IBM ServeRAID-4Mx Ultra160 SCSI Controller IBM   06P5736 with x455 (8855) 06P5736 with x450 (8688)                  
22P6801 PRO/1000 XT Server Adapter by Intel IBM   22P6801 with x455 (8855) 22P6801 with x450 (8688)                  
22P7801 NetXtreme 1000 SX Fiber Ethernet Adapter IBM   22P7801 with x455 (8855)                    
31P6301 NetXtreme 1000 T Ethernet Adapter IBM   31P6301 with x455 (8855)                    

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Notes:

  • Except where noted all drivers were from the Windows 2000 Release CDServices
  • Except where noted all drivers were from the Windows 2000 Release CDServices
  • All adapters can Hot Add and Hot Eject
  • **Updating a "boot device" driver may require a reboot by Windows 2000.
  • ServeRAID also supports Hot Swap of a stand-alone adapter. Only one ServeRAID failover pair is supported with IBM Active PCI Services.

Active PCI Definitions:

  • Hot Add: Adding a new PCI Adapter to an empty slot while the system is running.
  • Hot Eject: Removing a PCI adapter from a slot while the system is running.