Hello STH, I'm hoping someone can help me figure out how to get this network setup. I am farming Chia with:
I bought one of these, but I am not sure what controller cards I need to connect these servers using this, if I can:
Mellanox IS5022 Infiniband 8 Port 40Gb/s QSFP Networking Switch
I have a 36 drive chassis - https://www.supermicro.com/manuals/chassis/4U/SC847.pdf
Use case #1: store vm backup's
use case #2: send backups to cloud (e.g. Wasabi etc)
Looking for an o/s recommendation.
- o/s or app must have a gui so I can manage the backup's ingested.
- o/s or app must have...
I am hoping someone could help me understand what's going on. I have two HGST HUS726060ALN610 6TB 4kn drives and I'm trying to create a btrfs raid1 (in Ubuntu 22.04).
Disk /dev/sdc: 5.46 TiB, 6001175126016 bytes, 1465130646 sectors
Disk model: 726060ALN610
Units: sectors of 1 * 4096 =...
Let's start by saying that if I'm in the wrong forum please let me know so I can ask this question in the right place.
This is the first time building a home server and I would like it to be a file server, plex, and home assistant machine. Is there an OS that would best be suited for this...
So I have been looking at how much lanes each of my pcie cards were using and saw something I am not sure about.
I have 3 cards in my server. 1 Quadro P400 , a LSI 9201-8i and a Realtek 2.5gb/s nic with 2 ports.
My cpu is a Ryzen 5 2600 which has 20 pcie lanes.
My worries is that when...
I've been troubleshooting a fatal PCIe error on Linux that occurs when booting with an HBA card installed. I have gone through a lot of debugging steps; there's too much to dump here, so here's the cliff notes:
- My goal is to run Proxmox. I've ran it on this system before, just without the HBA...
In SuperStorage 2028R-DE2CR24L manual :
The system features eight lanes of PCI-E 3.0 connecting the left server module with the right server module.
This connection is used for high speed data transfers between nodes for High Availability server fail-over.
can you help me for how to...
Don't call it a h-- t-- time machine
httm prints the size, date and corresponding locations of available unique versions (deduplicated by modify time and size) of files residing on ZFS snapshots, but can also be used to the interactively view and restore such files. 'httm' might change the way...
I have 3 servers equipped with the Connect-X2 MT26418, all running Proxmox (debian11).
The cards are all 2 Port ones, and I got 2 cables running between them like this:
| serv1 |
| Port 2
I just got these ConnectX-4 Lx in the mail, but not getting very far.
I've been treating this like the ixgbe driver: I see Kernel driver in use: mlx5_core and am trying to create virtual functions in /etc/modprobe.d/mlx5_core.conf with some options like options mlx5_core num_vfs=12...
I have an EPYC/Supermicro server build with the below specs running ESXi 7.0 U2 and have been using GPU pass through to provide a 3070 to my Ubuntu Server VM. This has worked flawlessly for about 6 months until a few days ago when the GPU spontaneously is no longer recognized by the Nvidia...
So this is fun,
I just woke up to a clone job of my laptop being finished, it was kind of an experiment. It runs OpenSUSE, so it's got a BTRFS root and snapshots triggered by package manager.
I wanted to back it up so I could have a copy of the machine to run elsewhere, here's how I did it...
I'm a complete newbie when it comes to building servers so please be patient :)
Recently I decided to build a server which would be used for storage, but also as a workstation where I would have multiple virtual machines for testing/gaming/audio production. After some research it seems...
curious about how to get distributed volumes to span several devices. Unfortunately haven't seen much literature about this.
I'm actually using Ubuntu instead of Oracle Linux, but the setup procedure appears virtually identical. Here's what I'm following, which seems to be the best...
I get this Linux boot-error on all my SuperMicro X11 boards (chipset C236)
[ +8.162342] intel_ish_ipc 0000:00:13.0: [ishtp-ish]: Timed out waiting for FW-initiated reset
[ +0.010041] intel_ish_ipc 0000:00:13.0: ISH: hw start failed.
The device is:
00:13.0 Non-VGA unclassified device: Intel...
I am trying to figure out a way to set up 2 seats on one computer. I know it is possible but I have a really hard time to figure out what is the best way for my use case, what are the benefits or what are the trade-off.
Here is what I would like to do: a 2 dynamic attribution of resources seats...