Yeah, 10 as 10U: "SolidRack 10 is a 19” 10U desktop rack with adjustable angle and additional space for cable management. "The name of the 19" rack is "SolidRack 10"
Working fine here with pfsense with passtrough (i226) and other VMs and LXC. Appears to be snappier honestly, there are some improvements from Intel on 6.2 (even more on 6.3), I should have run an iperf before and after the update.Just to let any one interested in Proxmox. New opt-in kernel 6.2
apt install pve-kernel-6.2
What happens if you run powertop?Working fine here with pfsense with passtrough (i226) and other VMs and LXC.
alasia@pve:~$ uname -a Linux pve 6.2.6-1-pve #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC PVE 6.2.6-1 (2023-03-14T17:08Z) x86_64 GNU/Linux alasia@pve:~$ sudo dmesg|grep microcode [ 0.000000] microcode: microcode updated early to revision 0x24000024, date = 2022-09-02 [ 0.123487] SRBDS: Vulnerable: No microcode [ 1.238842] microcode: Microcode Update Driver: v2.2.
Correct!What made you switch the NVME to a different slot? And to which one? My P3 ssd is coming in today and then my CWWK N5105 V5 might be ready to go
Edit: I missed your previous post. You moved it from the center adapterboard to the side port to not use the adapter.
I think it should recognize the ssd in the 2nd slot, but only after a reboot for some reason.Hi,
I own a V4 N5105 from CWWK, upgrade with V5 Bios (the problem also occurs with V3 Bios), when NVME Lexar NM620 512GB is installed on slot near SATA port, computer doesn't recognize the NVME, when is installed in the slot near memory the NVME is recognized and boots.
Any idea of the problem?
PS: Photos aren't mine, only to visually aid
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To update, I've been running this for two weeks as my router/server, running about a dozen services on Ubuntu 22.04, bare metal. It's been rock solid - no problems at all.I'll follow up here with anything else interesting I find. Let me know if there's something you want me to look at while I'm testing it out.
No USB3.Not sure if I missed a post, but the n95/n100/n200/n305 firewall boxes have appeared on ali - https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005005369671744.html
I think the written specs are wrong (no surprise there) - it has 2 blue usb 3 so looks like 2x USB2 and 2x USB3No USB3.
NVME is just x1.
RAM is DDR5. One slot. Too expensive right now.
Wasn't i225 older versions having the issues? Someone here said the issues were happening on windows and not that much on Linux.I'll be waiting for (at least) the 2nd gen, especially with the i226 issues.