Maybe this helps:
On a number of Supermicro boards while installing linux I've also had to unplug plug in a USB device to get past weird installation issues using a...
Some additional results:
On FreeNAS Corral Host: iperf -s
On the NAT network mode VM guest targeting its host(above): iperf -c XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -P1 -i1 -t100
Result: 2.2 Gbits/s
On a remote FreeNAS 9.10U2 box (over 10Gbe): iperf -s
On the NAT network mode VM guest hosted on...
I installed Corral and have been playing around with VMs.
I've observed an interesting problem when running some simple network tests and I'm wondering if anyone has seen similar results in their testing.
All tests are running on a 10G Network and involve running the following 2 commands.
I have two (well more, but let's start with two) SC826 Chassis. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a product that would allow me to stack two vertically, back to back to effectively create a 4U tower?
Floor space is precious, vertical space less so.
Couple of thoughts I'd just throw out there as I don't know the answers to any of them :)
Does the board have IPMI?
Do you actually need a CPU installed to run IPMI?
If you don't need a CPU installed can you use IPMI to update the bios?
Maybe I missed this in the thread but some observations:
1) I never had to enable LAN1/LAN2 so odd to me they came disabled on your board.
2) LAN3/LAN4 are enabled via jumper JPTG1 10Gb Ethernet Enable Pins 1-2 (Enabled). Again, didn't have to do this for my board.
Here's what my device manager looks like. This is for Windows 8.1 Enterprise 64bit.
Opened the zip, right clicked the inf file, select install and then reboot.
All adapters are enabled, have working IPs (1Gb for the moment as I've not completed my network setup).
Just some info.
From the wordage (not the image) it wasn't totally obvious to me these are in fact SV843s but after a convo with the seller and ordering/receiving the the items, the drives I received do appear to be SV843s.
I connect up the USB connectors on the motherboard giving me 4 USB2 and 2 USB3 ports total and then use a USB thumbdrive. I have also been considering something like this: Amazon.com: StarTech.com 2 Port USB Motherboard Header Adapter (USBMBADAPT2): Computers & Accessories but not...