Recent content by ljwobker

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    FS: 6x HGST 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM SATA 6.0Gb/s $180

    I outgrew this set in my home array, so looking for a good home. These were purchased online maybe mid-2016 and have been happily spinning in my home server since then. All drives passed SMART check, and a full 4-pass (~24 hour) badblocks run. a zipfile with smartctl and hdparm output for...
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    FS: Supermicro X10SRL-F motherboard $200

    Gently used, updated to current IPMI/BIOS. $200 plus shipping. Supermicro | Products | Motherboards | Xeon® Boards | X10SRL-F
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    FS: HP EX920 1TB SSD - $120: basically new: less than 4TB drive writes so far

    Selling a barely used 1TB HP920EX SSD. I bought this ~6mo ago to get my "old" work laptop through it's last little bit of lease time, and just got a refresh with its own 1TB so this one gets to find a good home. It's been lightly used, the SMART data reports between 3-4 TB of data written, so...
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    SOLD: Supermicro X9SRA, e5-2630L v2, 32GB DDR3 ECC, Radeon 4350 512MB

    Price reduced to $280. It's a fileserver in a box! ;-)
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    $15: Almost free to good home! 2xNZXT 120mm 3-pin fans, 1xKingwin 140mm 3-pin fan

    new case, new fans, so these get to find somewhere to live. all 3-pin variants, pulled from my old system, all run smoothly with no rattles or vibration or anything like that. 2x NZXT 120mm 3-pin 1x Kingwin 140mm 3-pin. $10 for all three (I just want them to get used somewhere rather than...
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    REALLY "sluggish" video drawing on X10SRL-F via IPMI VGA

    Yeah it was really odd, like there was some horrible block/sync call in the frame buffer. As far as the IPMI versions, I think from something like 3.27 up to 3.65.
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    REALLY "sluggish" video drawing on X10SRL-F via IPMI VGA

    ARGH. Upgrading the IPMI firmware fixed it. I was told by the person I bought the board from that it had been updated to the latest, but I never actually verified this. Sorry for the spam ;-)
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    SOLD: Supermicro X9SRA, e5-2630L v2, 32GB DDR3 ECC, Radeon 4350 512MB

    It's a fileserver in a box - just add power and drives! Somewhat seriously: I upgraded my home VM/lab machine recently so I'm selling the guts of the old one. Components (with links): CPU: Intel E5-2630L v2 CPU. 6 core / 12 thread. Memory: (qty 8) 4GB Micron PC3-10600 ECC DRAM. 32GB...
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    REALLY "sluggish" video drawing on X10SRL-F via IPMI VGA

    So I never said it needed to be super fast, nor would I plan on doing anything like this in a "real" production environment. I was just curious as to whether this was a known / expected thing and/or if it could be mitigated. And I wouldn't consider it a graphical environment, it's just the boot...