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  1. Once you got the drive plugged into the router, you probably need to set it up further using the admin pages of your router. I am not familiar with SRM but typically on other platforms, you need to access the admin page to add/recognize the drive, format it, and create a network file share. There may be other steps involved like adding users or setting up basic security for the file share.
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  2. Just speculating, but keywords; 'SchedulerConsole', 'HP', 'diagnostics', 'telemetrywatch' would point to an application that interacts between your printer and the manufacturer, HP. When you install most printers they ask about participating in customer use experience, sharing info with the printer vendor, toner levels, printer use, firmware version, software version and diagnostics. This is likely the scheduler trying to communicate with HP.
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  3. Frye's is shutting down all it's stores. https://www.kron4.com/news/national/frys-electronics-permanently-closes-nationwide/ Sad news but not surprising. I visited the frye's in Indy back in the fall and it looked half shutdown already. We had great fun visiting frye's after one of the legendary homeserver show meetups
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  4. the almost complete transition to digital media really decimated their business model in doing some 'covid housecleaning' last year, I noted the drastic reduction in the amount of physical media my kids have in going from the nintendo gamecube (100% physical) nintendo wii (50% physical media) and the latest switch only 1 physical pc of media purchased ditto for software i've only purchased 1 pc of software on disk in the lasr several years
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  5. Well our local Microcenter is still open.
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  6. If you are looking to expand storage options on the cheap, this card is very affordable and works wonders! It doesn't need extra power so it makes it ideal to connect to a USB-C Icy dock enclosure or similar. At this point, I just have a USB-C to USB-A hub and a regular HDD dock (USB 3.0) but it works at full speed. I had to do this because if I used a regular (even powered) usb-hub on the 3.0 ports I was getting disks disconnecting all the time. I have it on a W2019 server, no drivers needed. I guess it should be farily easy to pass-through on a ESXi or KVM box. This
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  7. It would depend on what you are using the storage for. Increased RPM will help with seek and latency. This helps for random access. The number I look at when comparing drives is sustained throughput. These numbers reflect how fast data can be read or written to the drive. It is based on aerial density and RPM of the drive. The average hard drive can not saturate the 6Gb/s interface of SATA or SAS. 12Gb/s SAS is beneficial for SSD, but not HDD. Also the P420 does not support 12Gb/s SAS. P420 are a great card, be sure it comes with the low profile bracket, cache memory and the capacitor. Update
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  8. I remember this coming up before, pretty sure it was a NIC driver issue.
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  9. You use that FDD connector with an adapter such as the one linked above, and then the SATA data cable plugs in next to the internal USB slot iirc...
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  10. ***CRITICAL*** iLO 4 update available here. HPE requires users update to this version immediately. Potential vulnerabilities in network stack. VULNERABILITY SUMMARY A potential security vulnerability has been identified in Integrated Lights-Out 5 (iLO 5), Integrated Lights-Out 4 (iLO 4), and Integrated Lights-Out 3 (iLO 3) firmware. The vulnerability could be remotely exploited to cause memory corruption. HPE has released updated firmware to mitigate these vulnerabilities. References: CVE-2020-27337
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