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  1. 2 points
    I had the same problem. The solution that worked for me was to change the Power Regular Settings to "OS Control Mode" in ILO. Hope this helps.
  2. 2 points
    was looking for a youtube video on Qnap's Qvpn product and right up there on the top search results was a Home Server show legend - Mike Faucher aka PCDoc He has been relatively active recently on his YouTube channel and from what I can see has been posting useful and interesting content of interest to Reset users. Much like he was back in the halcyon days of the HomeServer show - He was our "Joe Friday" - "Just the facts mam" The QVPN video was exactly what I was looking for search for his name on youtube here is link to his website. https://thedocsworld.net/
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  4. 2 points
    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.
  5. 1 point
    From someone who has worked the Enterprise IT business professionally for over 35 years, I have used these for trade shows and demo gear: https://www.skbcases.com/music/products/prodlist.php?o=&c=117&s=80 https://www.pelican.com/us/en/professional/rack-mount-cases/ https://www.gatorcases.com/rack-cases-accessories/ Height, depth and shock rating vary. Craigslist, eBay and band equipment shops are good sources for used. FYI, there are lots of robust travel racks that are wood based. I have used these many times: https://ospcases.com/collections/the-protector
  6. 1 point
    Thanks, I was looking on Swiss shopping sites only, and all they'd turn up were RDIMMs. Thanks for the links, I'm going to take a look at all those. I've pulled the trigger on buying the 5029T-C with a Xeon E-2278G and will order Ram+M.2 SSD+Raid card next month and possibly a 2.5" or two so I could achieve at least having a spare drive for RAID5 or even do RAID6. This site is so full of knowledge, especially from you Schoondoggy, thanks again! It'll be a continuation of my current Microserver Gen8, but with some additional VMs. Should be fun to setup.
  7. 1 point
    It is generally hard to find high capacity ECC UDIMM; Samsung appears to make them: https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/dram/module/M391A4G43AB1-CVF/ SuperMicro is showing a part, but I do not see Micron offering it as a part: https://store.supermicro.com/memory/ddr4/32gb-ddr4-2666-mem-dr432l-cv02-eu26.html Nemix seems to be making parts: https://www.nemixram.com/nemix-ram-32gb-ddr4-2933-pc4-23400-2rx8-ecc-unbuffered-memory.html DataRam has one as well: http://www.dataram.com/__downloads/memory/memory-specs/DVM26E2T8_32G.pdf
  8. 1 point
    It's most likely a bug in the Memtest86+ SMP code as it can be consistently replicated where it fails at test 7. There's a PSA on it here. TL;DR warning. Memtest86+ hasn't been updated since that PSA. I don't know if it ever will. I'm running it with SMP disabled now on one of my N54Ls and it's so far hasn't failed or locked up after over 3 hrs. Memtest86 4.3.7 does not have a SMP mode. What I've noticed with my experience with the SMP bug is that it bites me if there's > 4 GB RAM in the system (X64 mode or 64-bit addressing). I remember the old days over dealing with the IOAPIC with SMP with socket 5/7 CPUs. My first SMP machine was a home build with a Tyan Tomcat S1564D (dual socket 7) built to run FreeBSD. I also was big into the Abit BP6s with dual Celeron 533s. If the server function could handle 768 MB, it ran very well; too well in fact which is why Intel lobotomized the IOAPIC in later Celerons making it SMP impotent. What I'm going to do after I've done the initial memory burn it is put FreeBSD 12.1 on them, run a make buildworld on them and run Memtest86+ 5.01 from the FreeBSD ports collection. The old *nix school of mem testing was to do a clean kernel or world build. If you got a core dump, it's most likely a hardware problem and memory is highly suspect. If I get the same results only from the FreeBSD Memtest86+ 5.01 port, I'll chalk it up to the PSA and buggy SMP code and drop FreeNAS on them but watch them closely. It's possible the FreeBSD SMP kernel code will circumvent the bug in which case there's a (more) reliable SMP Memtest86+; the FreeBSD port.
  9. 1 point
    I need to see a picture of Dave riding this! https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/segway-s-pod-ces-reveal-features/
  10. 1 point
    I dropped some coin on their Kickstarter project, be interesting to see the v1 frames that they have there, although they're not delivering them, they're moving straight to v2.
  11. 1 point
    Standard ANSI screws do have a 82 degree included angle on the countersink You have to specifically search for "6-32 100 degree countersunk flat head screws" and who is able to ship in less than bulk quantities to your location Length may be an issue. You may be able use a slightly longer bolt, or can carefully cut to lenght using a cut off wheel on a dremel I once had to buy 600 4mm bolts to replace 2 bolts on a piece of equipment at work. 300 bucks !
  12. 1 point
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Memory-Ram-Kingston-KTH-PL316E-8G-8GB-16GB-32GB-DDR3-1600Mhz-ECC-Unbuffered-DIMM/163422264638?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 Hi. Just trying to help like the others did for me here. CPU upgrade to XEON E3-1265l v2 was a dream as well. The above worked as well. Check it out 😉
  13. 1 point
    Great information. Worked for me too. Software still okay in December 2019.
  14. 1 point
    LOL No, but serious hardware there. I was impressed to see the time it rendered MKBHD's video file. Normal 20 minute render took 4 minutes. Less time than the actual playtime of the video . That is impressive. It's probably a good box for some folk. More than I need for sure. Can't wait for the comparison build videos that will no doubt pop up soon.
  15. 1 point
    Good to hear!
  16. 1 point
    It may be a good idea to not connect the drives to the new P410 until you get the driver loaded and update the firmware.
  17. 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!
  18. 1 point
    The OS booting and BIOS update are unrelated things. Just flash the latest BIOS using iLO and then start to think about OS boot.
  19. 1 point
    you could use two tacks or pins to penatrate the insulation and make contact with the wires. then short between the two tacks/pins.
  20. 1 point
    Basically DNS utilitizes round-robin/forwarding lists unless told otherwise. What I do for clients that have to have DNS filtering is the following · Server Local DNS: o 127.0.0.1 (To allow for local lookups) o Secondary DC, or Upstream filtered DNS if no secondary DC, there should be a secondary DC, always, if in doubt see previous statement · Server DNS Server o Filtered Upstream in Forwarder, this set to primary position. Round robin disabled o ISP/Cloudfare/Google Public DNS as next in list. Then fallback to Root DNS servers o Conditional Forwarders for known domains. If I have specific domains that need to be looked up on specific servers, I create a conditional forwarder for that domain · DHCP o DNS set to Server IP o DNS set to Secondary Server IP, or upstream filtered DNS
  21. 1 point
    It should. RAID migration from the B120i to P222 is supported. Make sure the firmware on the P222 is up to date, before moving the drives over.
  22. 1 point
    I had the same problem today after sticking in a 1260L, cured by removing the non HPE ram and then rebooting. After it had rebooted properly, shut down added the ram back and its working fine.
  23. 1 point
    The onboard RAID is implemented with the Marvell SATA controller. Four SATA 6Gb/s ports AHCI or RAID 0-1-10 no cache.
  24. 1 point
    How long is a piece of string? at work I have deployed VEEAM infrastructure (just like 90% of people) that backs up not via SMB but directly. It has multiple snapshots on some replica's of highly important servers, and multiple backups 21 daily Weekly active full's backups Long Term Storage via iSCSI( so it is vulnerable to attack there but they actually have to get access to the server) Daily's for 1 week 5 weekly's 4 Monthly's 5 Quarterly's 8 Yearly's Offsite 15 Days Home I have a similar system Daily PC backups VEEAM Agent for Windows Time Machine for Mac Data Sync'd to NAS Websites Downloaded via scripts to Local Storage NAS Syncs to 2x Offsite 2 Disk NAS' (Mirrored Drives) at two different sites, each store's 8TB OneDrive (each user's one drive is Mirrored to the NAS) Backblaze B2 (Selected this one as I can order a disk with all the data on it unlike many of the other providers) USB HDD This has a TP-Link Kasa plug that turns off and on as required, the Synology ejects the disk once it completes the backup and the plug turns off at a pre-determined time, it turns on about 30 minutes before the backup is due to start so the disk is physically off most of the time. I would like to have it so the Synology sends a command to the switch (lets say 5 minutes) before the backup job starts (could use a wait command) that turns it on, and then another that runs after the job is complete to turn it off but I have not worked this one out yet and Synology have been no help, they just do not seem to be able to grasp the concept of what I want to happen or that I want to run pre-processing and post-process jobs Servers are backed up via VEEAM Now I have a better link I may send these off to the offsite backups above
  25. 1 point
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EHBERSE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_3NglDb0ZNDACZ
  26. 1 point
    Just bought the following SUPERMICRO MOTHERBOARD X9DRi-LN4F+ with two e5-2560s and I noticed that it takes 2x8PIN power rails. Where do I find a power supply that is ATX based that offers that?
  27. 1 point
    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-easystore-10tb-external-usb-3-0-hard-drive-black/6278208.p?skuId=6278208
  28. 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.
  29. 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/
  30. 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.
  31. 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.
  32. 1 point
    You can fit two 15mm 2.5" drives side by side on the bracket. You can't stack a 7mm and a 15mm as it would be too thick. You could mount one 15mm and mount two 7mm (stacked) next to it. Hope that helps. Let me know if you have other questions.
  33. 1 point
    yes I understood the command. About the drives, now that I checked and reconnected the cable, I see the 4 drives. I found the old version on the broadcom website, now time to flash !! It worked, I flashed 7.39.00.00 version through freedos on the microserver. Thanks for yout help!
  34. 1 point
    Here is a search string I use in ebay: 16gb 2x8gb ddr3 ecc -reg -registered -non -register Look for 12800 or 1600 for speed, no registered memory. I would look at this pair: https://www.ebay.com/itm/16GB-2-x-8GB-Super-Talent-W1600EB8GH-DDR3-1600-ECC-Server-Memory-RAM-R754/264307150169?hash=item3d89ef0d59%3Ag%3Atw0AAOSwrIpcyy-S%3Asc%3AUSPSFirstClass!55016!US!-1&LH_BIN=1 If you have questions about certain modules post them here before you buy them.
  35. 1 point
    As for external drives I have used the Sans Digital listed in this thread, the Silverstone is a good choice and the IcyDock solution is cheap:
  36. 1 point
    Nice HBA for MicroServers four internal and four external ports: https://www.ebay.com/itm/SAS9207-4I4E-LSI-6GB-S-8-PORTS-PCI-E-3-0-SAS-SATA-HOST-BUS-ADAPTER-LP/253937005699?epid=1342137380&hash=item3b1fd33483:g:oIcAAOSwPF9chG3U
  37. 1 point
    There is a new HPE iLO 4 2.70 User Guide on the HPE support site: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?sp4ts.oid=1009143853&docLocale=en_US&docId=emr_na-c03334051&withFrame The problem is I cannot find the firmware. Any idea?
  38. 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.
  39. 1 point
    But then what will I do when you guys are asleep lol
  40. 1 point
    Bought https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Micron-8GB-2Rx8-PC3L-12800E-DDR3-1600MHz-240Pin-ECC-Server-Memory-RAM/223417440593?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 Works without issues
  41. 1 point
    There is a keypad which can run hard wired to power or via battery. There is a base that needs constant power but has a Ring style battery in it for 24 hour backup battery purposes. My question has always been, can I take down the alarm keypad that is in place now and put the Ring one in it's place with its power plug? May need some mods to do so. Maybe this? https://www.amazon.com/Yeeco-Waterproof-Converter-Converters-Transformer/dp/B00QTJWRFW Existing doorbell? Yes, Ring! Intercom?
  42. 1 point
    Blast from the past! Maybe Gulftown can chip in, and tell if he succeeded with adding a new fan to his own design to the Gen8? cheers! rob
  43. 1 point
    Hey RESET Forums, One of the updates I ran on the forums recently changed some guest permissions so I have been finding guest posts here and there. You will know when you see them, they are total spam, and usually the username says Guest - Melissa or something like that. Alert me with the report post button if you see something like this and I'll squash it. I've since went through all the permissions and removed guest posting. Thanks! Dave
  44. 1 point
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  45. 1 point
    I fixed it for my server (ubuntu-16.04 on an SSD connected to the internal ODD SATA Port): In the bios go to: System Options => SATA Controller Options => Embedded SATA Configuration: Next in the bios go to "Boot Controller Order" and make sure that: I see the following output for the SATA stuff: And the server boots fine nowadays. Reboot, cold boot, kernel updates... Everything works! Not sure if interesting, but I formatted my root partition as ext4 which seems to be /dev/sde2:
  46. 1 point
    Generally, you won't. For the most part, you need a server power supply to support this natively. And these get expensive, fast. The connector type (the 8 pin connector on the motherboard) is called an "EPS" connector, in case it helps in your searches. You can find Molex to EPS adapters, though. But remember to find and buy good quality parts here. A decent example is: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OSR3V84/
  47. 1 point
    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
  48. 1 point
    With the Xeon E3-1265Lv2 I used CoreTemp and OpenHardwareMonitor (in addition to iLO) in: and you can find other links to temp studies in the Gen8 Links page http://homeservershow.com/forums/index.php?/topic/5639-proliant-microserver-gen8-links/ in Gen8 Temp Management Heading One of the links is to here http://homeservershow.com/forums/index.php?/topic/6762-anyone-who-has-changed-the-heat-sink-on-a-gen8-microserver/page-3#entry77590
  49. 1 point
    I get that feeling with almost everything HP does.
  50. 1 point
    That normally indicates that the system is right on the edge of compatibility. In this case, the RAM detection routine is sometimes getting the proper responses from the RAM sticks in the alloted time slot, and sometimes it's not. You may be able to get the system to consistently detect the RAM by changing the RAM timings and/or voltages in the BIOS. I used to do this when I was an overclocker. I would increase the clock rate of my system and it would become unstable, sometimes detecting the RAM correctly, sometimes not. I would set the system back to defaults, then boost the voltage to the RAM and/or change the RAM timings, then increase the clock rate again and try another boot. It was a processof trial and error.
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