There is a Hyper-V Integration Services for Linux you can download from Microsoft, or it comes with some newer versions of Linux, that you can install on the Linux guest. This should do it, but if there are specific problems I wouldn't know.
Not an Exchange expert, but my two cents:
For big enough files SIS would be more efficient in terms of IOPS. But for smaller files, SIS has to read in all the files it currently has to see whether to write a new file or point to an existing file.
I see those for 6.99 from "hotnow" seller. They all look the same and should all work. But I have not tried them.
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Edit: I just noticed the seller is "away" for a week.
1) What data specifically does your automation system create? CSV files, something else?
2) Are you looking to run this on Windows?
This will not take you thousands of hours. I think you are looking at about a 20 hour project if the automation output is easy to work with.
I also don't use MySQL much...
It is possible that MySQL did not release the free disk space you created, but will use it for new data. This is what SQL Server would do - the database file size doesn't decrease even if you delete a huge table.
If this is the case, you want to google...
You have to run a Windows program to enable the 1 TB drive. It says Mac coming soon.
It is also not supported for Windows Server OS's. This product is aimed squarely at laptops with only 1 hard drive bay.
SQL Server TDE (transparent data encryption)- this would be a nice project, to compare performance between encrpyted and not encrypted database with different types of queries.
TDE only comes with SQL Server Enterprise and Developer.
Part 1 - Installing TDE
Part 2 - benchmarks of TDE vs not...
I don't know. If I lose the phone or the battery goes dead, I don't want to be locked out too. And if a hacker somehow hacks into the phone, it is not a good thing IMO if they can also open your doors.
I haven't used Storage Spaces but I have had a MSDN subscription for 15 years so I have used a lot of Microsoft technology, and I can tell you they rarely if ever get anything right until at least the 3rd version of it.
It appears to me that big CPU Heatsink doesn't help the chipset, because it is blocking cool air from the fan on the left of the picture, and also blowing hot air on to it from the CPU. A chipset fan is going to be your cheapest/easiest fix.
I think SM expects you to use their chassis with...
The benchmark program would likely have to be reprogrammed and recompiled for these types of new features of the CPU. The CPU gives you new "instructions" you can use, so either the compiler or the programmer has to use them.
Also, it is my understanding that the transaction memory logic is...
I was browsing the Supermicro site, and I noticed SuperMicro also has some 1150 Core Motherboards coming soon, including C7Z87-OCE. (doesn't support Xeon)
Supermicro | Products | Motherboards | 4th Gen. CoreÃ¢â€žÂ¢ | C7Z87-OCE
They are selling a barebones with this motherboard as a "Gaming...