I have an ESX Cluster with three hosts running HA, and I want to shuffle around some stuff on my storage, but I'm a little short on free-space.
I've run into some file locking issues where only a single hosts can RW any particular datastore with another much older storage product, causing...
I imagine for some of you this would be a fairly basic question;
I deployed a ESX cluster a few years ago on a 2960s stack. HP G6 dual quad core, each server with 8 1gb NIC's. HP P4300 storage
It was relatively low traffic and seemed to work well from what I can tell.
I've since added a...
Maybe one of those Seagate NAS units then. The drobos are okay too, but they don't come with disks. I'm not sure transplanting disks between a broken drobo and a repaired one (or ANY prebuilt NAS) will work.
I'd also encourage you, if you haven't already to establish a backup routine for your...
I have a 16x1TB server in RAIDZ3.
I had a disk throw a write error, went ahead and replaced it.
I am aware that the rebuild does take a long time, probably 5-7 days.
We're on day 2, and we lost a second disk
Question is, do I go ahead and replace it now, or let the first disk finish?
Supermicro site says unbuffered (which is NOT registered)
I've recently done a similar build and didn't have any issues with MBD-X9SCM-F-O.
The OS compatibilty matrix is a bit useless. http://www.supermicro.com/support/resources/OS/C226.cfm
You might check online to see if anyone else has...
Backups are better. RAID5 != data protection, it is for uptime and capacity.
Does your workstation have onboard intel ports? They may support TRIM in RAID configurations.
Maybe in sequential reads, but otherwise very much no.
Depends on the controller, but probably not at all close. The...
Just an FYI, I set my page file to 1024MB, but i'm careful not to be one of those 400 tab people in chrome, etc. I also run 16/24/64gb of ram in my various computers.
Also, you can generally right click on the "Libraries" in C:\Users, for example if you're using the "admin" user, your music...