1. X

    FS: 6x 3.2TB Oracle MZWLK3T2HCJL (Samsung PM1725) U.2 PCIe NVMe Enterprise SSD

    I am selling 6x 3.2TB Oracle MZWLK3T2HCJL (Samsung PM1725) U.2 PCIe NVMe Enterprise SSD Selling each for $280 shipped via USPS Priority Mail (US48 ONLY) Payment: Cash App, Venmo, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, Zelle, PayPal + fee (2.9%), Cash (Local) I am located at 94583 (USA) my trader feedback...
  2. AveryFreeman

    Anybody seen a Supermicro board not recognize hard drives/SSDs before?!

    Hey, I got a new board recently to upgrade my oddball UIO case server, it's an X10SRW-F, which is like a WIO form factor X10SRL-F My BIOS is rev 3.22 (latest) and IPMI Redfish 3.9 (also latest - just updated both last night) I was really excited to set this board up and retire my X9SPU-F, but...
  3. T

    AU WANTED - DDR3 24x32GB/ LDIMMs or 16GB / SSDs-PCIe / E5-2695-97 V2 (Will pay International Shipping)

    Chasing the following, hoping someone has stuff to clear. More than happy to pay for international shipping I have set out my Needs, and Wants Have another server being built so trying to beef it up. 24 x 32GB DDR3 LDIMMS 1600/1866 Preferred (preferred) would be happy enough with 1333 if...
  4. A

    Intel DC P4610 - SSDPE2KE016T8 Not sure how great of a deal this is, YMMV. Bought 3 of these via PM for $360 each. (received the drives today 1/3/21)...
  5. V

    Drive and RAID configuration questions

    I am really confused about some drive / raid configurations I've seen people have with their homelab servers. Both virtualization servers and NAS servers. Below I put some examples. ------------------------------------------------------------- Configuration 1: Variety of different drives on...
  6. R

    AU (6x + 8x) Intel DC S3700 + S3610 800GB 2.5" SSDs (Offers & Free Express Post!)

    G'day, This was in the wrong forum so reposting here in For Sale. We've got 14x Intel DC SSDs for sale that we were going to sell as a bulk lot to a buyer in Victoria. STH deserves first rights. 6x S3700 800GB 2.5"...
  7. C

    EU [FS] Brocade ICX6610-24p | Optane 900p 280GB PCIe | Samsung 3.2TB PM1725a |ntel P3700 1.6TB U.2

    Hello, i want to sell a few things. So here is a list: Brocade ICX6610-24p - one PSU - need to sell it cause of the to high power drain - 330€ Intel Optane 900p 280GB PCIe HHHL - 14TBW - 220€ Samsung PM1725a 3.2TB PCIe3x8 HHHL- High Endurance drive 29.2PBW ( 0,044PB used) - 6200MB/s read...
  8. G

    EU (SOLD) >> 3.2TB - Fusion ioMemory™ / Sandisk SX350 PCIe (very low usage)

    I'm selling a 3.2TB barely used Sandisk SX350. Current vsl-iomemory4 drivers are available from Snuf's GitHub repository. Got it running in Debian (Proxmox), Gentoo and even Arch Linux. The cards are traded on eBay for >500EUR even with high usage. Due to its very low usage, I'm asking for 399...
  9. A

    HGST HUSMM1616ASS201 1.6TB $184.99 obo Has anyone bought some of these? If so, how much life is left? Another auction here for $221 obo...
  10. D

    WTS: Sold

  11. L

    Gone - Like New - Samsung PM1643 1.92TB SAS3

    Hi everyone, selling a Samsung PM1643 1.92TB SAS3 The SSD has not even 17 power on hours and 1.69TB written. Cause for the writes was a reformat to 4k sectors (the drive's native) from the shipped 512e Otherwise the SSD has not seen any real operations; the SSD was bought as a read cache for a...
  12. A

    Seagate Nytro 5000 1920GB@$200 These are datacenter-grade 22110 nvme with power loss protection. Why are they so cheap, where's the catch?
  13. L

    Intel P5500/P5600 availability?

    Anyone know when the Intel P5500/P5600 SSDs will be available? The June 18th press release announcing these parts said they are "available today". However, I haven't seen them anywhere yet and the entries for these products still don't show the orderable part numbers for any of...
  14. G

    EU CLOSED - WTB: Looking for 1x 3.2TB+ or 2x 1.6+TB PCIe NVMe/SSD - Price max 350EUR

    I bought a brand new SanDisk ioMemory 3.2TB SX350 on eBay recently for less than 350EUR and had the chance to work with and test it for some time now as storage for VM's and databases. I'm totally happy, if not super happy, with the performance and how it works out in Proxmox and I'm therefore...
  15. BoredSysadmin

    RDMA(RoCE v2) with Nutanix 7-8 nodes Cluster

    Hello, I am seeking advice or consensus if we should try to engineer our Nutanix cluster with RDMA. It stands now the nodes are fairly beefy: Each node is 2x 6226R and 1.5TB ram each,12x3.84TB SAS12 SSDs (no NVME drives). The load is a mixed server load, various biz apps, SQL databases, some...
  16. MrCalvin

    Power-Loss-protected cache size on SSD: Yes, finally someone reveals the size (Kingston)

    Beside the obvious reason of PLP it should also help synchronous I/O performance e.g. SQL (and all ESX guest writes I believe!), as when data are written to the quick PLP protected disk-cache the disk rightfully can report back that the data IS written to the disk and the system can move on. But...
  17. Z

    FS: 12TB HGST SATA (cold spare) + Bonus

    Selling a (cold spare) drive that has been sitting on the shelf for going on 1 year. We are moving to larger 16TB drives, so my raid is being set to our test environment. (Might post the old old raid 4-8TB drives soon or the whole ESXi server). The drive was used in the original setup and may...
  18. R

    Intel SSD, Change or Convert Read Intensive to Mixed Use

    Hi, Is there any solution to change or convert Intel SSD DC S3510 1.6TB working mode from "Read Intensive" to "Mixed Use"? I have some of these drives and I need to use them on "Mixed Use" mode thanks
  19. adminmat

    How can I check SSD's TBW in ESXi?

    I have an SSD mounted in an Dell Optiplex Micro running ESXi 6.7.0 with an Ubuntu VM. I just use a single SSD. I'd like to check the TBW of this SSD but the last mention I can find to do this in ESXi was in 2016. A tool on that is no longer supported. I can't check SMART from Ubuntu...
  20. ElCoyote_

    [FS] Samsung 970 Evo 2Tb (3 pieces), light use, perfect condition with EKWB heatsink

    Hi everyone, Due to some of my Towers (T430, T630) not having PCIe bifurcation, my plan to use dual M.2 PCIe cards went bust and I had to look for alternatives. I've now successfully converted over to HGST PCIe SSDs and I'm selling the original SSDs because I no longer need them. Here's what is...