Quick Google says Mint will only install by default the open source drivers, which do not support Quicksync.
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Moving some of this hardware, I have multiples of most things for redundancy.
These setups measured ~30w idle/80w max on my Kill-a-watt iirc, which is respectable while being powerful enough for a fair bit of virtualization.
3 x X9SCi-LN4F (quad 1GbE) - Supermicro | Products | Motherboards |...
Linus published that video when he was really new to virtualization. Like REALLY new. He was a Windows boys from head to toe and doubt he touched a *NIX system before that. I would never recommend a system that "required* you to boot off a cheap USB drive (is that still a requirement?).
Not sure why you're so hell bent on this, but the fact is there's no binning on the 16TB drives because they only are releasing three SKUs, and they're all 2.5 million hour MTBF drives.
Maybe they sell the crappy drives to Seagate? :)
The EDFZ/EMFZ drives have been shown to be 7200 rpm as...
The part number is printed on the drive!
Surely you've never worked at a company with any sort of ERP system, otherwise you would have never uttered such foolishness. :)
There's tons of different reasons to have the same part w/ different prices: different sales channels, different support...
Except that article is only really relevant to that specific drive.
WD continually rotates what goes into each external drive depending on what's on hand, some are helium, some are air, some are CMR, some are SMR. Luckily for those currently looking to buy a 16TB drive, there's only two SKUs...
I have two of these, both came with WD160EMFZ, which are supposedly white label WD Gold/Ultrastar DC HC550 helium drives w/ 2.5 million hr MTBFs.
They also report as 5400 rpm, but perform like 7200 rpm drives supposedly, I'm not really in it for the raw speeds though.
Any input into how much CPU firepower I need for IDS/IPS with Suricata?
I know it varies by ruleset, but personal experiences would be helpful.
I'm running OPNSense virtualized on Proxmox right now, hosted on a Sandy Bridge E3-1265L with two cores assigned, and I lose about half my throughput...