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    Multiple GPU cards fit...

    Riser cables? I don't know. I've never done that before.
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    ZFS on Linux 0.8.0 released!

    I was confused on this point (Can't we already remove/replace faulty drives?), so I clicked the link and read up. Device removal #6900 - This feature allows single and mirrored top-level devices to be removed from the storage pool with zpool remove. All data is copied in the background to the...
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    MCX311A-XCAT with "wrong" GUIDs

    IIRC, it's flint -d /dev/whatever -guid newGUID sg
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    eBay - $3 Off $3.01 or More Purchases

    Dang it, missed that. Mea culpa!
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    eBay - $3 Off $3.01 or More Purchases

    Also seeing a 10% off coupon: Fill Your Cart With Fun and Save 10% Don’t miss out! Use code TEN4FUN to save up to $50.
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    Which switch?

    Looks like you win the cookie. 7124SX incoming! Thanks all!
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    Instead of blanking plates...

    Two of the switches are passively cooled. The remaining switch is rear-to-front.
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    Instead of blanking plates...

    I'm upgrading to a 14U rack this month, and I'll be moving my networking gear from front to rear. That leaves three units of empty/ugly up front (with the rear half of the same units full), and I'd like to close it up. Initially I was just going to pick up some cheap blanking plates, but now I'm...
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    Maximize Data Transfers Between Two NAS' (with 10GbE)

    If copies from a local RAM disk to the array (or vice versa) are capping out at 480MB/s, then the network has nothing to do with it. (If I'm misunderstanding, and the RAM disk was on a different machine, sorry!) How many and what size files are you moving? 100x 100MB files might not saturate the...
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    Which switch?

    Looking for recommendations for a 10GbE switch for my home rack. Like most of us here, I've got a bit of a hard-on for enterprise gear. Unfortunately I'm not as knowledgeable on the networking front as some of you guys, so here I am. Please let me know what's out there! 24+ SFP+ ports (would...
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    Connect-X2 and ESXi 6.7?

    QSFP connector. The cards are detected natively, but are listed as disconnected. There's no link light on the switch or cards, either. If I pass the card through to a VM, I have no issues. It's just natively that it doesn't work. I even tried installing the 5.0 "1.8.x.x" drivers. No joy.
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    Connect-X2 and ESXi 6.7?

    My old Connect-X2 cards are starting to show their age. I last used them with 6.0, and life was good. Infiniband worked (once I ripped out the VMware drivers and installed the 1.8 drivers), Ethernet mode worked, everything just did what I thought it would. Well, that was then. This is now. 6.7...
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    The new Apple Mac Pro has one interesting motherboard design...

    As someone who is in the market for a new workstation and loves Apple I am happy that they gave us what power users asked for. I just wish it wasn't so bloody expensive. A comparable Windows PC can be built for under $5K, and that includes the nVidia card I need for CUDA apps. I've got a couple...
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    P420 in the mail a month ago ... A cookie to whoever notices whats missing!

    This would be my guess... Although the card also appears to be missing the bracket, the plastic shield that goes under the BBU/RAM, and the BBU/RAM card and associated battery. edit: Here's a pic of what's missing.
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    ZFS Cron jobs

    Here's what I use for 30-day rolling snapshots (ZFS on Linux): 1 1 * * * /usr/bin/rsync -av --delete /pool/ /backup/ 2>> /var/log/rsync.errors 1 0 * * * /usr/sbin/zfs snapshot -r backup@`date +\%Y-\%m-\%d` 2>> /var/log/zfs.snapshot 0 2 * * * /usr/sbin/zfs destroy -r backup@`date -d -30days...