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  1. 3 points
    I must say this is a life-saving source of useful information about the Gen8 MicroServer! And speaking as someone resurrecting their Gen8 with a rebuild, it has proven to be extremely useful. My thanks to all who have added and curated this list of links and details. 🙂
  2. 2 points
    i have some notes but dont remember what they mean i believe you will figure it out http://downloads.linux.hpe.com/SDR/project/mcp/ hp-health HPE System Health Application and Command line Utilities (Gen9 and earlier) hponcfg HPE RILOE II/iLO online configuration utility amsd HPE Agentless Management Service (Gen10 only) hp-ams HPE Agentless Management Service (Gen9 and earlier) hp-snmp-agents Insight Management SNMP Agents for HPE ProLiant Systems (Gen9 and earlier) hpsmh HPE System Management Homepage (Gen9 and earlier) hp-smh-templates HPE System Management Homepage Templates (Gen9 and earlier) ssacli HPE Command Line Smart Storage Administration Utility ssaducli HPE Command Line Smart Storage Administration Diagnostics ssa HPE Array Smart Storage Administration Service NOTICE: The health/snmp functionality was moved to the iLO card on HPE ProLiant Gen10 servers. The hp-health, hp-snmp-agents, hp-smh* and hp-ams debs are only to be installed on Gen9 servers and earlier. Gen10 users, please subscribe to "11.xx" or "current" repositories. Gen9 users, please use "10.xx" or earlier. Subscribe Deb-based systems to the mcp repository Cut-n-paste the following section (substituting distribution, architecture and project version) into /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mcp.list on your system: # HPE Management Component Pack deb http://downloads.linux.hpe.com/SDR/repo/mcp dist/project_ver non-free Where: dist buster, bionic, xenial, trusty, precise, stretch, jessie, squeeze ---- hp-ams is in jessie project_ver current, 12.00, 11.30, 11.21, 11.05, 10.80, 10.60, 10.50, 10.40, 9.50 Install the HPE public gpg key http://downloads.linux.hpe.com/SDR/keys Enroll keys for DEB-based systems Issue the following commands to enroll all keys on your deb-based system: curl https://downloads.linux.hpe.com/SDR/hpPublicKey2048.pub | apt-key add - curl https://downloads.linux.hpe.com/SDR/hpPublicKey2048_key1.pub | apt-key add - curl https://downloads.linux.hpe.com/SDR/hpePublicKey2048_key1.pub | apt-key add -
  3. 2 points
    Ah. Had this same issue with WS202 R2. It is caused by updating the .NET version from the default 4.5 version that installs with the OS. I was able to simply rollback the server to the original version and not update it to latest future versions like 4.8, etc and everything is fine. Unfortunately the Dashboard simply isn’t compatible with the newer versions of .NET. The result is crashing Dashboard and hung up statuses as you’ve seen.
  4. 2 points
    Where else can you compliment someone on their "nice rack" these days
  5. 2 points
    schoondoggy

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    No it is not. That is registered memory. This server does not support registered memory.
  6. 1 point
    Yes it works. Ive installed it recently on proxmox
  7. 1 point
    In several post I have mentioned Amahi as a possible alternative to WHS. I have completed my VERY LIMTIED testing and thought I would give an update. I installed Amahi on my virtual server and did some VERY limited testing resulting in me determing Amahi is not the answer for me as my main storage system. For that I am going to go with unRAID, but may throw all my old drives (ie 500gig and less, plus some non SATA drives) into an old system and use Amahi as a backup of some files on the unRAID server. A little more on Amahi, (http://www.amahi.org/): To install Amahi, you must first install Fedora 14 (Linux) and then the Amahi server software. All that is pretty easy and straight forward (just be careful to follow the directions for adding the software respository). Once installed, Amahi will load a DNS and DHCP server by default, which I had to immediately stop since pfSense handles those task on my network. Access is then made to the Amahi server through a web page interface which is not wonderful, but also not nearly as sparse as the unRAID web admin. As far as I can tell, Amahi does not have any method for automatically backing up computers in the house, but I suppose you could use something like Crashplan to solve that problem. For me that feels like a step backwards since this is one of the main features I like about WHS. Amahi will pool the drives using something called Greyhole which seems similar to DE. In addition, not only can you duplicate files, but you can tell the system how many times to copy the file, each time to a separate drive. You can also have it copy files to ALL drives. While this seems like it is taking the duplication protecting method to the next level, for me this could be an incredible waste of space. Amahi does have various apps you could load, but I never got to that part of the testing. There are not near as many apps as there are available for WHS and many of them look like things I would never use anyway, at least not on my internal server. In the end, for me Amahi still feels to much like a BETA program to trust with my data and really doesn’t offer anything appealing over just using unRAID, which will not waste near as much space. BUT, I love playing around with new systems and have an old Athlon XP system lying around that may be converted into an Amahi server which can hold most of my old drives that may never see a home otherwise. On another note, this was the first time I tried Fedora and I must say it looks very interesting. I run Ubuntu in a virtualbox on my Windows 7 machine all the time and do most of my browsing through it. Ubuntu is the first Linux system I have used more than a day past the initial install and while I can’t see it ever taking the place of my main OS, I have enjoyed using it. From the few minutes I spent with Fedora, I think it may replace Ubuntu as my second OS or at least become a new install in virtualbox.
  8. 1 point
    WS2019 Standard on Gen10 plus also.
  9. 1 point
    I've been following the Homeservershow podcasts, now RESET podcasts, since 2011. A lot of stuff has changed. Homeserver is long gone and replaced by NAS devices. Cloud is everywhere, streaming is everything and home media-stuff as we knew it is almost gone. So, what's your setup in 2020 @DavidMcCabe? Is your server closet empty? Looking forward to your reply. Have a really wonderful day. Kind regards, Bjorn
  10. 1 point
    Windows Server 2019 Essentials on HPE Microserver Gen10 Plus
  11. 1 point
    Thank you for your answers! They helped so much. Ive updated and switched the P222 to HBA, to find out that it xpenology doesnt support it anymore. Ordered a IBM M1015 for cheap and flashed it to IT mode, passed it on to xpenology. This also gave me extra internal ports(there are 13 sata now of wich I use 6 now). So I can connect extra 2,5 drives in the future. For now there is one SSD where ESXI 7.0 runs on. Ive installed 6.5 preGEN9 and updated it to 7.0 with generic build. The onboard controller is in AHCI indeed. This all works wonderfull now. Next steps, create more sata power and some more cooling I think.
  12. 1 point
    @schoondoggy is your man, not sure they will though as think he uploaded the plan for them a while back so people could do their own as the number required to make it worth while made it not worth while...
  13. 1 point
    On WSE2012R2 I setup Microsoft DirectAccess for this. I think MS has since deprecated the functionality altogether but it did exactly what you wanted. It enabled me to add remote family PCs to the domain over their remote internet connections. They would turn each see the server via the server essentials connector and make nightly backups. They could also access the file shares.
  14. 1 point
    Im successfully running 6.5U1, anything later than that refuses to install due to unsupported CPU warnings
  15. 1 point
    The server won't double in price, this may well do.
  16. 1 point
    That's for sure. The two items I can't block from the internet, I'd like to isolate more. I for one don't want an open mic in my house, but for those wishing to control stuff by voice I think some of the things you show in your layout can help tighten things up. thanks for sharing it!
  17. 1 point
    No. Access-lists on the L-3 switch prevents that. They only have access to the internet.
  18. 1 point
    All APs boradcast multiple SSIDs while each SSID is assigned to a specific VLAN. Each family is assigned an SSID and consequently, a VLAN. It was primarily used to separate our IoT devices from seeing each other (which they will if they were all on the same broadcast domain).
  19. 1 point
    Looks like my enablement kit shipped today for delivery tomorrow.
  20. 1 point
    It would be useful if you could describe the steps which worked in some detail up to the point of failure ... ... and NOT follow MSFT's lead by saying 'something went wrong somewhere' 😉 Using the USB method I presume you loaded the RAID driver (S100i or whatever - I don't have a 10+). I have found that, even with the oldest devices, if the network driver is located and installed ... then the W10 installation program is pretty good at finding any other missing drivers. One somewhat abstruse idea occurs. If you are attempting to install the latest 2004 version of W10, then MSFT may not yet have released the HP 10+ because of a driver incompatibility (as indeed they have not even for some MSFT devices!!). Whether you can grab an older version of W10 I leave in your hands. I suspect though that someone else on the forum must have managed to install W10 2004 on this machine.
  21. 1 point
    The latest update I had from hardware.com was they were due in on the 17th, even though the website says the 14th.
  22. 1 point
    I have added active cooling with good results, but I went about it MacGyver style and hacked into it. The stock heatsink is actually quite effective, so I decided to keep it and cut a diagonal part out of it and simply lay the fan on an angle. It actually works well as the fan pulls cool air in across the heatsink and blows it out towards the rear exhaust fan. The photos will speak for themselves... CPU - Xeon 1270 V2 COOLER - Stock (Hacked) CPU FAN - Noctua NF-A9x14 (Feeding 12v directly with a low speed adapter NA-RC12) REAR Fan stock (No need to change it) TEMPS - Idle 27c, Load 54c Very quiet RAID mode, OS controlled fan speeds via Windows 2019 https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rypw5zk81wn7mah/AAAAQXZHW9Qb_kbv-lNGGHFOa?dl=0
  23. 1 point
    that might be considered verboten in a law-abiding forum
  24. 1 point
    FYI, I have just installed Windows Server 2019 Standard (Desktop Experience) using the latest (WS2016) HP AMD chipset & VGA driver. Everything is recognised in Device Manager and stable.
  25. 0 points
    No, I wish I had. I used the advisory information with circa 10 PCI Slots though it has only 1: no success. It would really interesting to know if it's possible to find a solution to replicate the ESXI way to pass-through in Linux.
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