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A First Time Build with Windows Home Server 2011 and HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer – Part II

• June 23, 2013 • Comments (0)
A First Time Build with Windows Home Server 2011 and HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer – Part II

By: John Stutsman   This is Part II of the posting A First Time Build with Windows Home Server 2011 and HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer – Part I. In Part I, we saw how to take a Stock MicroServer (Stock Factory BIOS, Stock VB0250EAVER HP HDD, and Stock 2GB RAM) and added Windows Home Server […]

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A First Time Build with Windows Home Server 2011 and HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer – Part I

• June 23, 2013 • Comments (4)
A First Time Build with Windows Home Server 2011 and HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer – Part I

By: John Stutsman   In the Forum Thread “First Timer MicroServer with WHS Build” I talked about how it was possible to get started with a stock HP ProLiant MicroServer, two large data drives in RAID1 (Mirrored in Disk Manager), and Windows Home Server 2011 (“WHS2011”). In this paper I wanted to take that basic […]

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Performance Comparison of a Modified HP EX-487 and the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer & the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer

• May 21, 2013 • Comments (1)
Performance Comparison of a Modified HP EX-487 and the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer & the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer

By: John Stutsman After working with Intel’s NAS Performance Toolkit in testing the performance of the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer (“N40L”) and the HP ProLiant N54L MicroServer (“N54L”) I became curious to see how my HP Media Smart Server EX-487, which had been modified up from Stock, would perform compared to the MicroServer’s.   Note: […]

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Performance Comparison of Windows Home Server 2011 on the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer & HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer

• May 20, 2013 • Comments (3)
Performance Comparison of Windows Home Server 2011 on the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer & HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer

By: John Stutsman After posting Performance Comparison of Windows Server 2012 Essentials on the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer and the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer I wanted to continue with similar performance tests of Windows Home Server 2011 (“WHS-2011”). The NAS Performance Toolkit (“NASPT”) v1.7.1 is the same test as described in the previous posting […]

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Moving my Windows Home Server 2011 to the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer

• May 10, 2013 • Comments (5)
Moving my Windows Home Server 2011 to the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer

By: John Stutsman   Last July, 2012, I wrote about how I Installed Windows Home Server 2011 on a 60GB SSD in a HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer and using that as my primary home server. More recently in March, 2013, I wrote about Updating my Windows Home Server 2011 installed on the HP ProLiant N40L […]

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Performance Comparison of Windows Server 2012 Essentials on the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer and the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer

• May 3, 2013 • Comments (9)
Performance Comparison of Windows Server 2012 Essentials on the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer and the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer

By: John Stutsman One of the things I wanted to do with the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer was compare it’s performance to its predecessor HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer. In a previous writing I compared the rated performance of the CPU’s that showed the N54L scoring 43% higher than the N40L on benchmark tests accumulated […]

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Performance Measurement of the HP ProLiant N40L and N54L G7 MicroServer and Other NAS Devices

• May 3, 2013 • Comments (1)
Performance Measurement of the HP ProLiant N40L and N54L G7 MicroServer and Other NAS Devices

By: John Stutsman   We all want to know how our MicroServer’s and other Machines compare in performance and how this performance is impacted by different hardware, storage drives, OS’s, drive extender replacements, RAID configurations, etc. Dave, Chris, and I thought it would be useful to build a jumping off point (a Start Menu of […]

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