both boards are Xeon V1/2 capable
I've checked the NIC "BIOS" setup several times and I've enabled SR-IOV there
I am running 7u3d on the new board
I am running &u3c on the old board
in Hardware => PCI devices, both ports are listed as disabled. I am trying to enable it but all I get...
It hangs on the message "initialization done". Before I flashed it, the card will try to "initialize" the 2 ports after displaying "initialization done" message.
Once I disable "Option ROM" in the BIOS, the PC will boot to windows and windows have no problems loading the drivers (at...
I was looking at fs.com and they have multiple "versions" of a transceiver depending on the manufacturer.
An example would be this product: Cisco SFP-10G-SR Compatible 10GBASE-SR SFP+ Transceiver Module - FS
Is this purely marketing?
What should I be looking for when looking for compatible...
FIXED: I fixed my problem by flashing 9205-8e firmware...
I am using P14 sas2flash with P20 firmware and this is what I get. I had another HP 22x in the past and never had this problem.
any ideas on how to fix?
I have already erased my card and most guides says not to...
So I found a good deal on a Supermicro 1u/2u board (Super Micro Computer, Inc. - Aplus Products | Motherboards | H8DGU-F).
According to the manual the riser slot is PCIe 16x (+8x slot).
I'll be using the board in your everyday case that can support EATX boards.
due to cabling constraints, my server can only connect to the internet via WiFi (currently an Intel 8260AC).
- Can I use my current setup to setup ESXi 6.x/7.x (not the workstation edition)
- OR maybe I need something like this? (DAP‑1522 - Xtreme N Duo Wireless N Access Point)
I am thinking of getting this one (X9DRi-LN4F+ 13.6in by 13in) and I'm worried that the back ports would not align with the back hole. Looking at pics, it's almost like the back ports are in the middle.
Is the extra width above or below the back ports?
TLDR: I need to destroy and recreate my pool. I'm wondering what advantages is available to me when using zfs send/receive vs good old rsync. I've search the net but cannot find the answer. This is with the assumption zfs send/receive is available to me.
I need to recreate my pool as I've made...