After my limited testing on 800 G2s and T620 plus, I think the only way of sensing, if you are using a genuine PSU, was the voltage.
Even a 0.5V difference, while using an other HP PSU, was enough to make it just beep an error code .
Could anyone recommend a script for dynamic fan speeds for X10 running on proxmox directly?
I have previously used a pretty simple bash script before on Asrock, but everything I found available for Supermicro is meant for freenas and are written in perl... I'm not sure they are directly compatible.
Before throwing them on eBay, I have some spare Cisco POE switches and a spare server.
All good condition, factory reset.
1) 4x Cisco WS-C3750X-24P-L V03 + C3KX-NM-1G sfp module. Comes with dual PSUs.
2) 4x Cisco 3750G-24PS-S
3) Fujitsu RX1330 M1 Xeon E3-1231 v3, 32GB ddr3...
It looks like my new Supermicro motherboard suports superdoms and it looks like a perfect boot drive option Supermicro.
I would need one... or possibly two if they can be run in raid, not really sure since I have never used them before.