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  1. 2 points
    The problem was infact the power management! PEte_79 is a god!
  2. 2 points
    Everyone has access to HPE support for drivers. BIOS downloads require a warranty or service contract. I think the Server 2016 driver will work https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=MTX_4360dc484acb4f8badf3d9ea42
  3. 1 point
    interesting. when my son who is a 'professional' gamer needed more oomph I got a newegg deal with a b450m mobo, ryzen 5 2600, and 16gig of corsair vengeance. Worked a treat - his machine benchmarks out at double what my xeon server can do. I hope you enjoy your new setup!
  4. 1 point
    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-easystore-10tb-external-usb-3-0-hard-drive-black/6278208.p?skuId=6278208
  5. 1 point
    It's here! I'm trying not to get in a hurry though. The i/o shield on the mobo was the normal silvery aluminum so I have a few coats of black drying on it now. Will see what it looks like tomorrow. I still have yet to settle on a video card. I'll use what I have here first before getting a new one.
  6. 1 point
    If PEte_79 is god, then by my reckoning, schoondoggy is god's god's God.
  7. 1 point
    Depending on how your ML10 Gen9 was configured, I think it has room for six disk drives. Review starting on page 10: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=c04960468 This is also a good reference document: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=c04960486 Let us know if that helps.
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    Micro-trench is 20mm is it not? I know its ridiculously small depth. Yes, do not run 6/6A underground or any copper for that matter unless its proper gel-filled (and that stuff is nasty bloody oozy gel) Fibre should also be underground rated but its less critical at our last property I just ran an indoor one and it was fine for 13 years, (copper shorted out after about 4) also has the benefit of greater longevity due to component upgrades. When they say duplex they MAY be referring to duplex lights down the same core, but most likely not as that is exotics stuff each core in fibre is simplex, so 2 cores for a full duplex connection, hence the two connectors on the cables. Those fibre converters are FIBRE CHANNEL NOT FIBER ETHERNET (Confirmed as si googled it but the 8GB statement kind of gave that away), I have never used fibre channel before but I do not believe that you can establish an ethernet connection with them, they are different things and are used for storage. But as I said I have never used fibre channel anything all my stuff has been ethernet based. If you decide to use them let me know how it goes. Finally, I do not know your regs there but here 100mm is considered enough for a data cable (although often we go much deeper) but the power which you also mentioned is a 600mm minimum to be above board if it's not above board your insurance is automatically void so I would check that. Power can Fibre can share the same conduit but copper cannot, minimum of 100mm separation for noise issues. If you are going to run the cables in the same conduit but not in the same pull, be sure to use cable lube. I mean its a good idea anyway (having said that I rarely do unless I am running multiple thick cables) Also put a couple of extra stringers in the conduit you will be thankful if you need to pull more cable later. Put in the largest conduit you can as well.
  9. 1 point
    Hi matf, I've just checked mine and it is slightly different to Schoondoggy. It is a WD100EZAZ. I noticed that Shonk has two of the same drives as me in the following thread. He says they work fine as well and doesn't mention having to do anything to the Gen 8 for them to work: https://homeservershow.com/forums/topic/10329-update-on-my-gen-8/page/6/
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    schoondoggy, I initially misread your reply and was thinking, "not up to his usual highly ultra-helpful standard - he's only telling me what I already know, about warranty and service contract!". 😉 Then I read it properly! D'oh! I downloaded from the link you gave and a minute or so later my G8 was transformed. As always, HUGE thanks! Cheers Bob Update Graphics before the update were horrible - now they are at a sensible resolution and there's no huge delay when opening folders as there was before. However, I'd likely not choose to watch much online video on my G8, it's a bit laggy. That said, I'm hoping to bring the machine back into commission, to use as a backup of my backups, so the lagging on video is of hardly any consequence. Again, many thanks!
  11. 1 point
    I tried one in a MS Gen10 and it worked fine without needing the 3.3v mod. https://www.servethehome.com/wd-wd100emaz-easystore-10tb-external-backup-drive-review/
  12. 1 point
    I've got one of these drives when they were on Amazon for £153.99. If it is this one : https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07CRZK9BX/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Then you don't need to cover the pin on the Gen 8, it worked fine for me without touching it.
  13. 1 point
    Hi, My name is Simar and I love online shopping.
  14. 1 point
    I didn't see a post or sticky for introductions, so I figured this was probably the best place to start. Hi. I'm Ryan. I've been a HSS/RESET listener for a few years and have lurked the forums off and on and finally feel like I need to become a bigger part of this community. I'm going to paste my profile bio below and then expand on that a little bit. " My passion for tech started with our first family computer sporting a 66MHz CPU and 400MB harddrive. Discovering the world of DIY PCs in the late 90’s led me down an educational, then professional, path in the IT field, and soon I was modifying mice to add cooling fans, cutting up side panels to install case windows, and wiring in automotive LED and EL lighting products to enhance the aesthetics of my builds. There was no looking back. " As stated above, I work in IT full-time and have been involved in the enthusiast PC industry since the late 90's as both a consumer and journalist. I've had my hands on, and in, everything from low-level consumer gadgets to enterprise-level storage systems from today's biggest manufacturers. That being said, I'm definitely not an expert at everything, but I've experienced a lot. I've been a bit hesitant to hop into the cryptocurrency realm, as I have always kicked myself for not buying in when BTC was at around $20 and thinking that it going up to $50 made it way too expensive to get into. That hurt just typing that out. Listening to Dave and others like Jim and Mike over at Home Gadget Geeks has me wanting to get in on the action, so here I am. Sure, there are nearly endless subreddits and blogs I could check out and comb through to learn from, but I've always been a fan of traditional forums and the communities they build up over time. Plus, I already have a feel for what this community is like having been a listener for so long. Thanks for having me, and hope to see you on the boards!
  15. 1 point
    Hi Guys, I am the new user of this forum community. Hope it will be a nice informative place to gain knowledge.
  16. 1 point
    Meh, when it comes time to dodge bullets, I wont have too...
  17. 1 point
    Can you dodge bullets (hushed voice) I am Agent Smith
  18. 1 point
    There is nothing wrong with your Gen 8. I had the same issue running Server 2019. Just go in to bios and set the Power Profile to OS Controlled.
  19. 1 point
    Openness and self regulation builds a better child in the long run, as long as there are consequences for stuff when they do go off track..
  20. 1 point
    By chance do you happen to work for this company? Having only one post here makes me think so. If so what do you do for iOS devices? Speaking of, there was a shakeup in the iOS world concerning these apps. I'm sure you have heard by now. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/27/technology/apple-screen-time-trackers.html I have yet to see a comprehensive list of the apps in question but one in my list was for sure effected. OurPact, Freedom, Mobicip, Kidslox, and Qustodio, and more. I need to go through the app store and dig around some more. I have also changed some things I'm doing with my kids. I think I spoke about it on RESET but I am giving more freedom to the kids as long as I still have access to the device and can look at history. I still will run some sort of gateway control to catch viruses and scams, etc. I also want to continue to encourage self regulation of usage. Having said that my kids still don't have official phones. Just and xbox and iPad. Phones will come soon and still might do some location type thing on them. My guess is that will also be taken out of the mix with some good behavior. Not real sure yet.
  21. 1 point
    Thank you Schoondoggy, I certainly will. Servers are a steep learning curve.
  22. 1 point
    Welcome and good luck on the healing process! There is a lot of info here, but sometimes it is hard to find. Let us know if you have questions.
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