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90$? lol, where can we buy it? :)
:) you are welcome
One good reason is UTP cable instead SFP+
the closest option which is similar to the one, which i've suggested is
Option #3 - £123.95 - Pair of...
what about "other" :)
Dell Broadcom 57810S Dual Port 10GBE Converged Network Adapter W1GCR | eBay
thanks for reply :)
Yes, it worked for me, drive was automatically recognized and pool creation was successful.
i think the price for this one looks very good if someone needs 16 port 10Gb copper :)
Netgear 16-Port 10G Ethernet Switch Smart...
i would like to know if someone tried to use samsung nvme drive (960 evo or pro series) with solaris 11.4 and if it worked.
Oki, thanks BLinux, i will have a look :)
i am going to buy Z820 v1 (boot block 2011) and i would like to upgrade RAM to 256GB (or maybe even 512GB), but i am not sure which...
1) esxcli storage core device list
2) esxcli storage core device smart get -d device
Where device is a value found in step 1 :)
I have Z620 and it definitely doesn't support it :)
you've answered the question by yourself :)
You need your board to suport pcie bifurcation, which (on Z420) is not supported.
Something similar happened with 10GBase-T unfortunately. If we compare SATA3 to 1Gbps Gbase-T and SAS3 to 10GBase-T situation looks similar in...
What is brand/model of video card?
Can you please clarify what is this vCPU limitation for ESXi?
I see...you use free version of ESXi... :) well, i have same Z620 but with v1 xeons...
regarding the switch, I had Asus XG-U2008 and returned it, as it was overheating like hell.
Lots of problems with that switch and Asus...
yes, if you are going to connect HBA to SAS/SATA drives, then you need forward cable, the one shown on your link :)
AQC107 is going to have official ESXi driver soon (this info comes from Aquantia).
I've contacted Aquantia support few days ago about ESXi driver...
"NBT" - N-BaseT - 2.5Gb/s and 5Gb/s
2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T - Wikipedia
This is from Oracle support portal:
fmdump -eV reports ereport.io.scsi.cmd.disk.dev.rqs.derr associated with SCSI Mode Select or SCSI Mode Sense...