Yes, I tried dual for all 3 of these. If both CPUs are installed it won't boot. I also tried it on 2 different D51B-1Us, same exact behavior. The 2680s have same TDP as the 2678 v3s I'm currently running so I don't see why this would be the case.
With the B22 BIOS a single V4 CPU works perfectly fine. However, with the second CPU installed the server refuses to even power on. The power button literally does nothing. I will try the B04 BIOS later to see if it makes any difference but I'm feeling skeptical at this point.
Has anyone installed dual V4 CPUs in this? I'm having issues with the server not even powering on when 2 V4 CPUs are installed. If I just install one V4 into CPU0 socket it boots fine however. I've tried 2680, 2690 and 2697A. They all behave the exact same way. I'm using the S2B_3B22 BIOS, which...
I pulled the formatted disk and plugged it back, but it still didn't show the increase capacity. I also tried creating a dummy pool with the single disk after. That didn't change the size too. Is there something else I can try?
I used the following command for the formatting
What capacity are you guys seeing after format? I tried both 4k and 512 but the drive is still showing as 7.15TB in TrueNAS.
This is the diskinfo
512 # sectorsize
7865536647168 # mediasize in bytes (7.2T)
15362376264 # mediasize in sectors