This is definitely an important note, I bet there are other people that didn't notice this either in this thread....Just to double check... those aren't LRDIMMs right? The Xeon D series doesn't support them.
i haven't really checked the power consumption but i am sure they are low.Oh the temptation
Have you measured the wattage from wall with it on low/mid-load? only found from its own management in thread when looking.
And what model/driver is 10g found as in esxi?
I haven't, but would be curious if others have. I think I had found the part number ( 1HY9ZZZ049E) reached out to a number of resellers/partners and even Quanta to see if I could source them. I never got a response from anyone. I'm guessing its likely due to volume, I offered to purchase a few dozen as I figured there would be a number of us here that could use them.Has anyone found a source/replacement for the 3.5" drive caddies? I see none of the current listings have them. I was thinking of buying a couple more just as compute nodes since I have one with all drive caddies intact but hoping to find more drive trays regardless.
Does anyone happen to have a copy of the BIOS and BMC updates for D51PH-1ULH that used to be on the QCT site? They removed those sections of their Download Center.@BLinux just to point out, you have the D51PH expander, so make sure you use the firmware at QuantaGrid D51PH-1ULH | 1U Storage Server | QCT.io. I'd just boot UEFI, with storecli.efi and the .fw files on a FAT32 flash stick.
This worked for me as well for a D51PH-1ULH, very helpful.storcli.efi /c0 /eXX download src=S1Q_LSI_FW_v1.0.8.fw
Hello @fiftynine. I've read your post. I've recently Quanta D51PH-1ULH, however, I am locked out of the BMC. When you reflashed the BIOS did the BMC password default to admin? If so do you still have the BIOS files? Quanta has EOL the unit and removed all the related downloads.After who knows how long, maybe a year or something similar, I power cycled my server and disconnected it completely from power as I arranged my rack again. After booting the fans didn't slow down but kept spinning around 14krpm, and bmc reported their speed value as normal with that rpm. Well, boots, power cycles nor nothing felt like helping.
I updated the bios (is there a newer one, I updated to 3A14 I think even though bmc reports 3A12.02?), and that fixed this in my case. Now bmc reports normal fan speeds with approx 4000 rpm speeds, and the server is quite silent.
I have maybe 8 spinning disks and power consumption is maybe 130 watts perhaps?
Overall, I've been quite content and satisfied with these machines. I'd like the new firmware to be available, but old ones work, too.
Hi,Hello @fiftynine. I've read your post. I've recently Quanta D51PH-1ULH, however, I am locked out of the BMC. When you reflashed the BIOS did the BMC password default to admin? If so do you still have the BIOS files? Quanta has EOL the unit and removed all the related downloads.
Thank you very much. I will give it a go. Cheers.Hi,
I don't sadly remember as I have a KVM connected to my device, so I don't in fact keep this particular machine's BMC connected to my lan unless there's something funky going on - and while I understand it's bad practice, I have kept the default usernames/passwords for this reason on it. And thus, I don't recall whether they were defaulted, sorry.
In this post quoted below, you can find at least new-ish releases of the firmware files