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The HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 has been introduced by HPE Today June 5, 2017, at 5PM ET (4PM CT).  Please check out the many Posts/Topics in this Forum Including:

My First Review of HPE ProLiant Gen10 MicroServer BETA:  

Components & Specs of the Gen10 MicroServer BETA Tested:  

RAM for my Gen10 BETA:

Drive Performance – Gen10 MicroServer BETA:

PassMark Performance of Gen10 MicroServer BETA:

VIDEO Controller Gen10 MicroServer BETA: 

Comparing the HPE ProLiant Gen10 MicroServer BETA to Previous MicroServers:  

HPE ProLiant Gen10 MicroServer BETA – Early Pictures:  

HPE ProLiant Gen10 MicroServer – HPE Web Page (June 5, 2017):

https://www.hpe.com/nl/en/product-catalog/servers/proliant-servers/pip.specifications.hpe-proliant-microserver-gen10.1009955118.html

 

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hello,

Is it possible to send me a link to the new firmware for gen10 microserver ? I don't understand but there's a lock when I try to download it.

the file is :

Type : BIOS (Entitlement Required) - ROM système
Version : ZA10A320(12 oct. 2017)
Système(s) d'exploitation :
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 | Tout afficher
Nom de fichier : System_BIOS_v_ZA10A320_for_MicroServer_Gen10_Windows.zip (3.1 MB)

 

I don't understand why HP make a lock to that file because if I want to download it, the only usage is for Gen10 microserver users ???

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Hi,

 

My CPU utilization stays at maximum for most of the times. Maybe due to this reason, the Gen10 went into thermal shutdown twice from the first bootup which was last day.

 

I have stick X3216 with 8 GB RAM. I am using ESXi 6.5 and running Win10 Pro. I have allocated all the resources to this VM. What should I do? Anything I do on the Windows, the CPU spikes to the max.

 

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So far, I have shut down the "superfetch" service on Windows, allocated some pagefile and that's it. Also, updated windows to the latest.

 

Thanks & Regards

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You shouldn't need to allocate rersources anywhere in ESX - it's much better than you at doing that in most cases.

 

If CPU usage is at full look at the Windows OS - whats using the CPU in Task Manager?

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3 hours ago, Scepticalist said:

You shouldn't need to allocate rersources anywhere in ESX - it's much better than you at doing that in most cases.

 

If CPU usage is at full look at the Windows OS - whats using the CPU in Task Manager?

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Thanks for your response.

 

I have been constantly looking at the Task Manager in Windows, nothing suspicious there. 

 

What do you mean by, "You shouldn't need to allocate rersources anywhere in ESX - it's much better than you at doing that in most cases."? 

 

I have started to get the feeling that I shouldn't run Bare Metal server, my server is stock and doesn't have a lot of resources. It couldn't even handle a single VM. Do you think I should install Windows directly on my SSD?

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