Tag: RAID 0

BYOB Episode 130

BYOB Episode 130

We have a bunch of topics to cover tonight.  We  talk about some RAID 0, Essentials upgrade, update on the Nexus 7, Untangle, and memory timings as well as spend a few minutes discussing our thoughts on the retirement of Steve Ballmer.  Home you enjoy the show and as always we look forward to your […]

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

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

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 Tests using a Rocket RAID 2720 in a HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer

Performance Tests using a Rocket RAID 2720 in a HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer

By: John Stutsman   The purpose of this paper is to measure a performance baseline of up to 4 similar Hard Disk Drives in a number of RAID configurations using a Rocket RAID 2720 in an HP ProLiant MicroServer. I first looked at a Rocket RAID 2720 (“RR2720”) in a MicroServer in HP ProLiant N54L […]

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HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer — First Look

HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer -- First Look

The HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer looks exactly like its predecessor HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer. I chose to wait on flashing the BIOS-MOD — electing instead to do some testing with the stock HP BIOS which, by-the-way, is the same as the stock BIOS ( #O41 July 29, 2011 – see Figure 10) that came […]

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When Fast is not Fast Enough

When Fast is not Fast Enough

Sometimes in life you just do something that may not make sense just to try it and end up glad you did.  This is exactly what happened when I grabbed 2 Vertex 120G SSD drives which are fast in there own right, and hooked them together to create a 240G stripe.  I had always wanted […]

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