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  1. I would check all of your existing WD Reds to see if you have any that are SMR drives. SMR should not be an issue with DrivePool, but you never know. Even though WD owns Hitachi HGST I find their drives to be consistently good. Toshiba drives are good, specifically their NAS drives. Seagate NAS drives like IronWolf seems to be doing well. Best price per TB is buying WD externals and shucking them, but you can never be sure of what you will get. Depending on the drive model and the system you are putting them in, you may need to modify the 3.3v pin. I needed to add some drives to exis
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  2. This is the go to link you need with a tonne of information in for all things Gen10 Plus. https://www.servethehome.com/hpe-proliant-microserver-gen10-plus-ultimate-customization-guide/ I’ve not had any temp issues running an E-2246G and mine is under a good amount of load 24x7.
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  3. 8TB drives in service here ... ... as a BIOS machine the 1st (boot) disk must be <2TB ... ... but declaring other disks with GPT partitioning ... ... the sky is the limit.
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  4. LSI is the manufacturer of the chip used many HBA's and RAID cards. The chip used on a card will determine features, functions and driver support.
    1 point
  5. The card you linked to appears to use a Marvell controller, generally not the best choice for Linux. LSI based cards work well with Linux and a card configured as 4i4e gives you four internal and 4 external drives: https://www.ebay.com/itm/IBM-LSI-SAS9212-4i4e-6G-SATA-SAS-Host-Bus-Adapter-HBA-46C8935-46C8934-46M0907/192562587005?epid=23002590603&hash=item2cd59fe57d:g:g5AAAOSwlCdbGpcb
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  6. 3.5" might be a push, one on top of the existing drives and one where the SDM would fit, you'd be better off looking at 2.5" drives. I didn't need cooling on the Supermicro card, its a load cooler than the HP unit.
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  7. I would remove one stick of RAM and try again, then try the other, it might be the new CPU doesn't like the existing RAM. Its only a guess though, sorry can't be more help.
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  8. I had the 4 drives in the bays connected to my addon card and then 2x SSD's connected to the onboard on an SDM for OS and VM storage, didnt require any additional cooling, however at one point I did have a P222 (I think it was) that got a bit warm so I had a small fan blowing over the heatsink to keep the card itself cool, the drives themselves don't really need it.
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  10. The RESET Dark Theme is back! Scroll all the way down to the bottom, tap Theme, Tap RESET Dark. Let me know if you see any major issues. If you would like to help out around here please disable your ad blocker for this site. I don't use anything nefarious. I load my own ads, like the RESET Podcast, or Stablebit DrivePool (which is awesome BTW) or I use Google Adsense. I also have Google Analytics for tracking site usage and I set cookies for your login. I have a JavaScript that turns links into commission links as well. That is SkimLinks. It's also getting low usage since Ama
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  11. If you look at the last page of this thread, a forum member converted the SDM R4 into a 3D printable:
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  12. Aye least I have got it half working, just fighting with the Raid Controller now Thanks for the guidance and the support. I would not have gotten this far without ya!
    1 point
  13. go ahead and deactivate the drivepool/scanner licenses, then reinstall on your new build covecube makes it very easy to transfer licenses to new installs never heard of perfect disk
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  14. No worries; the original generations of HP Microservers: N36, N40, N54 took all versions and updates of Windows from 7 to the very latest 10, as far as my experience goes. The glitch to which SD refers was a network issue for the GEN8 Microserver on a specific Windows 8 update, solved by a driver release from HP. My music library is still running happily on an N36L device, which must be coming up to its 10th anniversary. If one only wants a file server then the available 100MBs+ transfer rate is constrained by Ethernet and disk bandwidth, not the rest of the server. Remot
    1 point
  15. I would think so... they have visibility on the types of clients connecting as well as the type of services they access... All they can see are mobile devices, Amazon Echo, lots of IOTs and smart devices, etc. They'll also see that most of the traffic are bound for streaming services and social media... nothing like hosting a work server and such, even though I also have a Plex server. Then again, that's also for personal use. I don't think the Cisco switch matters much. And although I may have a relatively complex network, I've proven to them that I'm using their produ
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  16. Pentium model is around £450 (no point buying the £700 model if you are going to change the CPU anyway) and was recently covered under one of eBay’s money off deals so was even cheaper, i was tempted to change my second Gen8 too but its rather expensive by the time I’ve changed the CPU and put 64GB RAM in, the reality is i don’t need it as much as it would make migrating VMs between the two easier.
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  17. So looking at your setup, it looks like your double NAT? If so that could be probably is the reason why your having trouble. I suggest you put the AT&T IN "bridge" mode to disable all routing and use the ASUS for all routing. Also are you sure port 80/443 is not blocked by service provider? You can run a port check tool such as https://canyouseeme.org/
    1 point
  18. Upgraded to E-2246G. Night and day difference from the stock E-2224 Xeon CPU. Don’t know why they didn’t include this one in first place. Like a completely different performance improvement. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  19. WD Changes Course, Alters 5400-RPM Hard Drive Model Numbers, Reporting https://www.tomshardware.com/news/wd-changes-course-alters-5400-rpm-hard-drive-model-numbers-reporting I hope the marketing bozos at least have their bonus's cut this year
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  20. Ok, who here had a Trash 80? I mean TRS-80? It's on eBay. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Radio-Shack-TRS-80-Color-Computer-Appliance-and-Light-Controller/313231809317?
    1 point
  21. Trig0r

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    64Gb is possible, they did it at STH.. "32GB DDR4 PC4-21300 / DDR4-2666, CL19, Dual Ranked, x8, Unbuffered ECC and non-ECC DIMMs from Crucial"
    1 point
  22. Just updated to ESXI 7.0 Update 1. No problems whatsoever. Do note that i'm using a E3-1265L V2 cpu.
    1 point
  23. an update - I am in the process of upgrading to the nanobeam 5ac gen2. one comment about both these and the older "M" models - I had lots of trouble when I was checking them out "up close" until I turned off the auto distance mode. Once I told it manual/0.1 miles all was good. As always YMMV. And I really like the additional Admin Radio they provided. Very handy! FWIW the latest airos 8 used on these has some look-and-feel similarities with the ubiquiti controller software. The newer models also have a pass thru net port on them so if you had a 1amp injector you could hang a poe AP
    1 point
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