- Apr 6, 2015
Does Supermicro say v4 is compatible?
Oh that's awesome because the bundled io shield flops around a atx caseWould just like to mention that the IO layout is the same as various other SM boards.
The part number for the IO shield is MCP-260-00084-0N.
Standard Design For mATX, ATX, and eATX Motherboards Compatible With Various A1 and X10 Motherboards High Quality Anti-Rust Material Supermicro Certifiedstore.supermicro.com
Yes - I apparently didn't have it mounted properly. Once I reseated the ram everything came up fine.Three slow beeps? Ram
I am using non registered non ecc in mine no problem
Try using just one stick at a time in different slots
I am passing my SuperMicro branded LSI SAS controller through to a virtual machine so it looks just like a raw device. Devices on hosts that support hardware virtualization get grouped into IOMMU for translating from virtual to physical addresses. This requires enabling Intel VT-d virtualization in the bios. I am also passing some of the 10Gb ethernet ports. However, out of the box all 6 ports were grouped into a single IOMMU group, meaning that you can either pass all ports or none at all to the virtual machine. Enabling the ACS option allows individual PCIE connections to be isolated from others and allowing to passthrough only some of the the 10Gb ports. There a plenty of good guides for PCIE passthrough available online that explain this in much more depthThanks for the info. What do you mean by "passing though the hba controller"? What is ACS and IOMMU?