my core installation is on the basement (where the ISP fiber come to, with servers and switches)
After that, i want to deliver a network to :
- the ground floor (living room, the office room)
- the upstairs (children's bedrooms)
At the upstairs, i want one "uplink" cable from the...
Will it be mostly silent ?
I have (on the servers room) theses ones:
None of theses can be used on living rooms because they do to much noise...
How much noise do brocade ones ?
I want to install small switches in my basement at differents locations
Ideally i want small switches that must be quiet and offer multi-gig connectivity (at least 2.5Gbps RJ45)
I will buy 3 switchs (can be a mix)
For now i studies theses switches:
4x RJ45 10Gbps
So from my perspective
I'm really aware from the "Elements in grown defect list"
A no-zero value is a no go for me. In your case it's OK.
For the high corrected ECC read values, i would perform such things like badblocks (write+read) and rerun a long smartctl to see how theses values...
yes i expected a bit less...
I will using them in a zfs (mirror + stripping) so i will have redundancy.
At this time they (4x 10Tb) will replace Seagate SAS drives (8x 3Tb) from 2012. Theses have huge power on hours (but very low read/writes compared to the 10 tb ones)
The future will say if...
RTX4000, it's a killer machine ^^ too costly for me...
I'm going more onto p400 (relatively cheap) and will not having more than 3 transcodes at a time
I juste have no experience in GPU Passthrough for plex.
I think i will give a try to a P400
My home lab is too small for having any benefit (regarding the cost) to jump on the 100Gb.
I already had difficulties to saturate 40Gb links
But for real networks theses switches are awesomes.
I reply to an old thread
But i was playing again with freenas + proxmox, so i read again what i wrote few years back and posted on this thread.
In the meantime, i checked if it is always needed and if Proxmox didn't included some native stuffs like this for doing ISCSI with freenas.
It depends the purpose.
Recently i decommissioned NAS/MEDIA disks that was online for almost 10 years at home.
On a total of 4, only one having a large batch of bad sectors (that was customer hdd)
On more "crucial" storage pool, i use redudancy and let the failure to come.
For spinning disks...
I had similar problem some times ago : https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/x10drh-ct-bios-password-reset.24606/#post-228799
If you have access to IPMI console, you can flash directly from it.
In this case, you need a licence but following this guide is quiet easy : Reverse...