I was wondering is there a way to have a "golden image" and multiple child volumes in Napp-it?
In Windows Server I used to make one complete install of the OS and programs, create 10 child disks and diskless boot 10 different machines of them using ISCSI.
If not, is there anything similar? :)
2 x 2660v2 all cores enabled 8 x 4gb 1600mhz, 185w according to bmc, 1040 h/s
edit - started the miner again, now getting 1060 h/s. Every time I start the miner I get a different result, don't know why
A small package from China has arrived :) nvme adapters and 4 sff-8643 to sff-80877 cables. I will need to order 4 more for the other two cards.
I am currently using 2 x Dell H330 in HBA mode and 1 x HP H222, at the moment everything is in single path as I am missing the cables. I plan to add...
Multipath finaly working.
It turns out that Solaris didn't see the RMS25CB080 raid module, it seems that the drivers are missing. I also found out that it has some bandwith limitations, so will try and skip that one. Curently using 2 x hp h222 flashed to lsi p20, will need to downgrade to p19...
I followed the second guide, but after using the
# mpathadm list LU command, I don't get anything :(
On Windows, after adding the mpio feature, I had to add the drive in the mpio settings, and after a reboot, they were working in dual port configuration.
I am in the process of building a storage server with the following components:
Intel 2u chassis
Intel S2600GL motherboard
2 x E5-2660
18 x 500gb dual port NetApp sm1625
Chelsio T580-CR connected to Cisco 3064
3 x Intel dual port backplane
X x Hba's as I would like to avoid using the...
I have a bunch of SM1625 drives, taken from a NetApp storage array and reformated to 512b. The problem is that they fail in every raid array, tried on different controllers. Someday I will hopefully find a stock Samsung firmware :)