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#101 gibster

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 01:17 AM

Thanks Gib. You go lots of storage! I don't think I have that budget for now. For now I plan to use the ML10 v2 not as a NAS, I plan to use my Synology DS414  as a NAS. So i guess I could get away with the B120i controller as I plan to use it as an OS drive.

 

What is the best way to connect my Synology? iSCSI or just SMB?

 

Someone else will have to help you with this answer :)


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Posted 12 March 2017 - 01:33 AM

It's still there.  Just followed the link from HSS and was taken to the "Not Found" page but then did a search in the site search bar in upper right of screen for 686745-002 and got several options: 1) was to click on a link for "New" 686745-002 to get a price quote; 2nd) was a link to their page for the 686745-002 "Refurbished" for $44.99 which is what I got; 3rd) is for 686745-001 for $27.49 "Refurbished" then the other options were for other part numbers
 
My direct link to the 686745-002 "Refurbished" still works from my machine so I'm not sure why it doesn't when copied to HSS
 
Don't go by the pictures for the devices, go by the description and you can check with the online "Pat" from their site
 
BTW, I have no connection to Calhoun Tech or know anybody there but I've been pleased with the customer service I've gotten from them and the two items I got from them were shipped quickly and very well wrapped and protected.


What's the difference between cage 686745-001 and 002 please?
Which backplane should I use for them? 686756-001 or 002?
I need to install it in ML10v2.
Thank you very much for your attention.

p.s. For the link you posted that doesn't work you should remove %C2%A0 (space) at the end of the link to make it working.

Edited by pass75, 12 March 2017 - 01:54 AM.


#103 Joe_Miner

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 11:29 AM

Part Number 686745-002 is the replacement Part Number specified on the ML30G9 drive-cage/backplane assembly.  Calhoun Technologies listed it as HP 686745-002 SPS-HDD Cage 4LFF 4U Enhanced "Refurbished" at $44.99. Worked for me anyway.  I'm sure there are other vendors out there but this was the cheapest I found.  I'm working on a blog post for HSS and will be posting more info/pics ASAP.

 

Thanks for the info on the link!

 

http://www.calhounte...g-drv-cage.html


Edited by Joe_Miner, 12 March 2017 - 11:33 AM.

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LAB: W8.1p HP ML10v2 E3-1220v3 ECC KVR16E11K4/32, OS: Corsair GT240GB, P222/512FBWC 4*5TB RAID5, 4*1TB RAID10, Samsung 840 Pro SSD, MB326SP-B, 686745-002  -|-

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#104 Joe_Miner

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 03:00 PM

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Install Drive-Cage in HPE ProLiant ML10v2 http://homeserversho...ant-ml10v2.html

 

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HTPC2 W10P Gen8 MS E3-1265LV2,ECC KVR1333D3E9SK2/16G, SDM, OS: Corsair GT240GB RAID0; HD6450 -|- 

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LAB: W8.1p HP ML10v2 E3-1220v3 ECC KVR16E11K4/32, OS: Corsair GT240GB, P222/512FBWC 4*5TB RAID5, 4*1TB RAID10, Samsung 840 Pro SSD, MB326SP-B, 686745-002  -|-

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#105 k3nnis

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 06:45 PM

NIce setup :)

 

What do you guys mainly use your ml10v2 for these days?



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Posted 13 March 2017 - 02:44 AM

Part Number 686745-002 is the replacement Part Number specified on the ML30G9 drive-cage/backplane assembly.  Calhoun Technologies listed it as HP 686745-002 SPS-HDD Cage 4LFF 4U Enhanced "Refurbished" at $44.99. Worked for me anyway.  I'm sure there are other vendors out there but this was the cheapest I found.  I'm working on a blog post for HSS and will be posting more info/pics ASAP.
 
Thanks for the info on the link!
 
http://www.calhounte...g-drv-cage.html


Yes, the strange thing is you got it with the backplane already installed because referring to hp spare parts doc it should not include the backplane:
http://h20566.www2.h...4ts.oid=5404563

#107 gibster

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Posted 13 March 2017 - 06:34 AM

Yes, the strange thing is you got it with the backplane already installed because referring to hp spare parts doc it should not include the backplane:
http://h20566.www2.h...4ts.oid=5404563

 

Yeah, I think Joe got very lucky with this one :)


NIce setup :)

 

What do you guys mainly use your ml10v2 for these days?

 

 

I use mine as backups for my Win10 machines (5 of them), iHomeServer, and Plex Server.


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#108 Joe_Miner

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Posted 13 March 2017 - 07:41 AM

Part Number 686745-002 is the replacement Part Number specified on the ML30G9 drive-cage/backplane assembly.  Calhoun Technologies listed it as HP 686745-002 SPS-HDD Cage 4LFF 4U Enhanced "Refurbished" at $44.99. Worked for me anyway.  I'm sure there are other vendors out there but this was the cheapest I found.  I'm working on a blog post for HSS and will be posting more info/pics ASAP.

 

Thanks for the info on the link!

 

http://www.calhounte...g-drv-cage.html

 

 

Yes, the strange thing is you got it with the backplane already installed because referring to hp spare parts doc it should not include the backplane:
http://h20566.www2.h...4ts.oid=5404563

 

Yes! Thanks for the link.  The ML350eG8v2 parts list shows a backplane # as 686756-002.  On my backplane  of the 686745-002 from Calhoun the # is 686756-001 and the tag on the side of the 686845-002 gives a number of 684524-001 

 

Yeah, I think Joe got very lucky with this one :)


 

 

I use mine as backups for my Win10 machines (5 of them), iHomeServer, and Plex Server.

 

Yes, I think I got lucky with Calhoun Technologies!  The assembly was dusty so it certainly came out of a previously in-service system.


Edited by Joe_Miner, 13 March 2017 - 07:44 AM.

WHS-2011: HAF932,X58A-UD3R,i7-930, 12GB, HD6450, R640L, Corsair GS240GB, 5in3FatCage, 3*DuoSwap, 5*Red4T+1*Red3T, DrivePool&Scanner-|-  CrashPlan -|-
HTPC1 W10P: NUC6i5SYH 16GB DDR4 2133 HX421S13IBK2/16, 500GB Samsung 850 EVO M2 SATA III -|- 

HTPC2 W10P Gen8 MS E3-1265LV2,ECC KVR1333D3E9SK2/16G, SDM, OS: Corsair GT240GB RAID0; HD6450 -|- 

Desktop W10P: Lian-Li PC-K9WX,Z77X-UD5H, i7-3770,32GB-RAM,OS-SamPro840-256SSD, ST3000DM001 -|-
LAB: W10P: GD05B, Z68MX-UD2H-B3, i5-2500K, 16GB G.Skill, CorsairGTX240GB, VR -|- W10Pro; HPE ML30 Gen9 Xeon E3-1240v5 MB994SP-4SB-1, 8GB, -|- W10PN40L ECCKVR1333D3E9SK2/8G, HD5450,R620L,256GB Crucial M4 -|- 

LAB: W8.1p HP ML10v2 E3-1220v3 ECC KVR16E11K4/32, OS: Corsair GT240GB, P222/512FBWC 4*5TB RAID5, 4*1TB RAID10, Samsung 840 Pro SSD, MB326SP-B, 686745-002  -|-

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 03:07 AM

Yeah, I think Joe got very lucky with this one :)


 

 

I use mine as backups for my Win10 machines (5 of them), iHomeServer, and Plex Server.

 

Nice. What is a iHomeserver? 

 

I plan to use it as a plex server as well, can the stock pentium chip transcode 2 X 1080P video? Or I shouldn't bother with the pentium and get a xeon? Not cheap though :)

 

Also I'm not sure what else I am going to use the ML10V2 for besides PMS. Maybe as a seedbox/torrents.

 

Thanks,

K.



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Posted 14 March 2017 - 05:41 PM

Nice. What is a iHomeserver? 

 

I plan to use it as a plex server as well, can the stock pentium chip transcode 2 X 1080P video? Or I shouldn't bother with the pentium and get a xeon? Not cheap though :)

 

Also I'm not sure what else I am going to use the ML10V2 for besides PMS. Maybe as a seedbox/torrents.

 

Thanks,

K.

 

Google iHomeServer :)

 

The only real way to tell if the stock chip will do what you want is to try it. If not, then do the chip upgrade. Don't need to upgrade if you don't need it. I probably shouldn't have upgraded mine for what I use it for, but  when I was putting it together I was going to get a Nimbie NB21 to  automate my dvd ripping/transcoding to the server. The xeon would have really speeded up the transcoding part of the operation, but I never got around to it. Very costly in Australia for a Nimbie. Still might get one some day to finish the 400 or so remaining disks I have left to rip.


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 07:21 PM

ok thanks. Yep nimble aint cheap:)

 

Google iHomeServer :)

 

The only real way to tell if the stock chip will do what you want is to try it. If not, then do the chip upgrade. Don't need to upgrade if you don't need it. I probably shouldn't have upgraded mine for what I use it for, but  when I was putting it together I was going to get a Nimbie NB21 to  automate my dvd ripping/transcoding to the server. The xeon would have really speeded up the transcoding part of the operation, but I never got around to it. Very costly in Australia for a Nimbie. Still might get one some day to finish the 400 or so remaining disks I have left to rip.