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  2. 2 points
    New rule in place: Members with less than 10 posts may not place links in posts. These posts will go to moderation.
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    Mirror the files on your Mac to your server and save $9.99. I have been charged $9.99 for my server and it is not so horrible that I will start fresh elsewhere. I have 2+ TB at crashplan and brief research shows that it won't be cheaper elsewhere. I agree that it is sad that the $2.49/month honeymoon period is over.
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    New iLO version 4.62 Version:2.62 (2 Apr 2019) Fixes Upgrade Requirement: Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience. Resolved an issue where iLO could intermittently cause adapters to lose configuration after updating adapters to newer firmware. https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=5390291&swItemId=MTX_0605845b94a948e19846dd4301&swEnvOid=4184#tab-history
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    What immediate pro's would upgrading to 2019 have, coming from a previous older OS build? I'm running 2012R2 atm, and see no immediate reason to upgrade. rob
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    https://www.raidsonic.de/en/standards/searchresults.php?we_objectID=3570
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    @ullbeking, The non-friendly community and forum of FreeNAS are widely known. Your feeling is not something new. Many people reported about hostile environment in their forums. That's the reason I especially pointed out in of my previous posts that XigmaNAS community is very friendly. These guys are totally different. That is one of the reasons I decided to stay away from FreeNAS and prefer XigmaNAS.
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    Even considered just living off the grid, in a tent?
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    Just to puncture the illusion of invincibility, here are a few disasters: - in my teens an electrical fault under the floorboards started a fire in my bedroom, destroying everything - in my 30's my flat was burgled by professionals: all electronic equipment was stolen and never recovered - in my 40's I forgot to turn the water off whilst on XMAS holiday: a burst pipe in the loft filled the ceiling with water; when it eventually collapsed everything in the bungalow below was destroyed and then drenched in water for 3 days before the fire brigade came - if I don't get round to writing my will all the data on my servers will be inaccessible since the passwords will die with me Insurance premiums sound like good value to me! MTBF = about 15 years
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    Just quick post for anyone wanting to do what I did: Having server in AHCI, not using B120i RAID at all and booting OS on ODD Sata drive. In practise it's quite easy to setup, despite many posts warning against it. In existing Linux OS (probably also possible from any OS on any computer for that matter), I connected the USB drive, removed all partitions and created a new basic bootable one with fdisk. Than installed grub by using sudo grub-install /dev/sdX (where X is the letter for the pendrive). All done, after rebooting, provided that the boot order in server's BIOS is properly set to put USB key a s number 1 - all went smoothly, GRUB2 detected the OS (Ubuntu) in ODD SATA and it's working as a charm. The HDDs spin down, for the SDD trim works, transfer speeds are good, the only downside is the fan - stuck at 15% :)
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    I agree with you on this point. In fact, I believe it is the fundamental principle.
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    CDW outlet store Startech card Inel chip: https://www.cdw.com/product/StarTech.com-1-Port-10G-Ethernet-Network-Card-PCI-Express-Intel-Chip/4309158
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    I just stayed with Crash Plan because it works and I have had no problems with it for my WHS2011. Eventually I will have to move off WHS2011 and probably go to some kind of NAS, at that point I will have to think about switching.
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    I haven't found a better solution to using crashplan on my server. It just went up to $10/month last month so annually it's about the price of one hard drive.
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    I had exactly this problem when I provisioned my first Gen8. I took the cover off, removed the backplane, ensured the SATA/SAS cabling was in good condition, tightened up the screws on the drive cage and the SATA/SAS connectors, and reassembled it. Then I made sure to use properly sized screws to hold my 3.5" drives in place in their caddies. This made a LOT of difference. My drives were then recognized. Often after moving around or transport, hardware components need to be reseated to ensure solid connections.
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    Something like this? https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/330718442818 Been a while since I have been inside a Gen8 but pretty sure there are suitable connectors for the drive cage.
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    Did you move the controller and drives to the new system or just the drives to a new controller in the new system?
  18. 1 point
    this worked, just had to update the Inteligent provisioning
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    The optional 65w heatsink solution from HPE would help. A blower forcing air over the original heatsink works as well. There have been several posts around modified cooling solutions and water cooling solutions.
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    I had not used Crashplan in years so I was not affected by the change. However, I will +1 the aggregation technique I aggregate everything to my RS2416+ and then move it to BackBlaze B2. I have gone with BackBlaze over many of the other offerings because they have a disk mailout service so I do not need to pull TB's of data back down
  21. 1 point
    Thanks. Been thinking same thing. Am hard-pressed to find something as good as CP for Small Biz, despite its quirks.
  22. 1 point
    The first WD 4TB Red I installed in my WHS2011 DrivePool on January 30, 2014 is going to be retired. DrivePool was sending me Smart Warnings via email regarding excessive head parkings. I yanked it out and replaced with a WD 6TB Red. Got 5+ years out of the WD 4TB Red so that's not bad! My very first WD 3TB RED is still going strong in my DrivePool -- it's got to be pushing 6+ years now. Currently, my DrivePool is made of 6 drives, all Reds: 1 3TB, 4 4TB, and now the single 6TB.
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    I picked up an Xeon E3-1240 V2 ontop of my Current Xeon E3-1265L V2 So decided to do a direct comparison from a performance and power use perspective The Xeon E3-1265L V2 was pulled from the primary Gen8 and Moved to the secondary Gen8 The Xeon E3-1240 V2 was fitted in the primary Gen8 Changes In Device Manager Intel Voltage interface or something was present on 1265L V2 Not Present with 1240 V2 (Cant remember its exact name and i have removed it now) Intel® 82801 PCI Bridge - 244E Present with 1240 V2 Not Present with 1265L V2 Windows 10 Pro Winsat Scores Xeon E3-1265L V2 CPUScore : 7.9 D3DScore : 9.9 DiskScore : 8.15 GraphicsScore : 4.7 MemoryScore : 7.9 WinSPRLevel : 4.7 Xeon E3-1240 V2 CPUScore : 8.2 D3DScore : 9.9 DiskScore : 8.15 GraphicsScore : 4.9 MemoryScore : 8.2 WinSPRLevel : 4.9 Xeon E3-1265L V2 CPU Speed 1 Thread 3500mhz 2 Threads 3400mhz 3 Threads 3200mhz 8 Threads 3100mhz Lowest Observed Idle VID @ 1600mhz 0.8306v Lowest Observed Idle Wattage @ 1600mhz 4.29w Highest Observed Load Wattage @ 3600mhz 38.8w (Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Lowest Idle Temp 25°C Rear Fan 11% Current Temp 69°C Highest Temp 70°C (5 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 15% Current Temp 74°C Highest Temp 74°C (10 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 19% Current Temp 73°C Highest Temp 75°C (15 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 19% Current Temp 75°C Highest Temp 75°C (20 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 19% Current Temp 74°C Highest Temp 76°C (25 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 20% Xeon E3-1240 V2 CPU Speed 1 Thread 3800mhz 2 Threads 3800mhz 3 Threads 3700mhz 8 Threads 3600mhz Lowest Observed Idle VID @ 1600mhz 0.9056v Lowest Observed Idle Wattage @ 1600mhz 4.84w Highest Observed Load Wattage @ 3600mhz 54.09w (Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Lowest Idle Temp 24°C Rear Fan 12% Current Temp 90°C Highest Temp 90°C (5 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 16% Current Temp 91°C Highest Temp 94°C (10 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 48% Current Temp 85°C Highest Temp 94°C (15 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 54% Current Temp 84°C Highest Temp 94°C (20 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 50% Current Temp 85°C Highest Temp 94°C (25 Mins Prime 95 8 thread Inplace Large FFT's) Rear Fan 49% Fan Mounting I Mounted the Blower (Delta BFB0512LD) with 3M VHB This time around instead of string it has 1 x dynamode 3 pin fan reduction cable installed dropping the fan from 3850rpm to 2850rpm http://s5.postimg.org/xuxjxahli/image.jpg http://s5.postimg.org/nv2nhe6c6/image.jpg http://s5.postimg.org/4nk3yjdee/image.jpg http://s5.postimg.org/egwpxlq52/image.jpg Prime 95 Details Xeon E3-1265L V2 IDLE http://s5.postimg.org/mp38wc7fb/1265_LV2_Idle_11.jpg Xeon E3-1240 V2 IDLE http://s5.postimg.org/5n5tgi36f/1240_V2_Idle_12.jpg 5 Mins Prime95 http://s5.postimg.org/pj1sw1k7q/5min.jpg 10 mins Prime95 http://s5.postimg.org/lp8cmw2vq/10mins.jpg 15 Mins Prime 95 http://s5.postimg.org/4ibrb4gpi/15min.jpg 20 Mins Prime 95 http://s5.postimg.org/umt2k8vbq/20mins.jpg 25 Mins Prime 95 http://s5.postimg.org/x6opecivq/25mins.jpg
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