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    The End of Blu-ray

    A 4 billion dollar industry is dead? Shrinking yes, but dead no.
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    Tesla Launches $35,000 Standard Model 3

    Hybrid mileage goes down at least 15% in the winter. The motor has to run longer to keep the oil at a stable temperature, and to keep the heat going in the cabin.
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    Jensun Huang Comments on the Viability of Streaming Games

    I think a lot of the confusion here comes from understanding network speeds. Bandwidth actually has little to do with speed. More Bandwidth is like having a larger pipe to carry more packets, but amount of time that the packet takes to get from point A to point B is latency. While bandwidth...
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    Windows 10 Web Market Share Overtakes Windows 7

    I wonder if the Government shutdown has any affect. ~ 500k employees not using windows 7 for the past week.
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    The Next Version of HTTP Won't Be Using TCP

    Chrome has actually been using this protocol for a while. At work we kept seeing UDP/443 in wireshark and thinking it was some type of data exfiltration.
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    Jar Jar Binks Actor Says He Considered Suicide after “Star Wars” Backlash

    If they would have turned his character into a sith lord like the story originally intended, JarJar would not have been so insufferable. We would have gone back to Episode one and realized Darth JarJar had been manipulating the situation the entire time. Every time he *accidentally stumbles...
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    New ZFS build and data transfer

    Thanks for the help everyone! I was able to do a zfs send | receive to move all the data to the new pool. I tried to upgrade Open Indiana to the latest hipster version but it failed. So I just did a fresh install and imported the ZFS pools. I'm going to take the old 3tb mirror, and move it...
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    New ZFS build and data transfer

    Oh nice! I didn't know OpenIndiana was getting new release updates! Gea, would you recommend OmniOS Community Edition or OpenIndiana at this point?
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    New ZFS build and data transfer

    Nice, that is good to know.
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    New ZFS build and data transfer

    Wow, if you are using it at home and work, it must be pretty stable. With OpenIndiana, my windows shares have previous versions enabled. It uses the snapshots in ZFS and I am able to restore files from within windows. I've been able to restore deleted or modified files relatively easy that...
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    New ZFS build and data transfer

    Back in 2013 I built a ZFS box on Open Indiana 151a with napp-it. I'm currently running version oi_151a8. It's been incredibly stable and besides the lack of updates, Open Indiana has been a great OS. I use linux at work quite a bit, so I'm leaning towards ZFS on Linux or FreeBSD, but Napp-it...
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    Stanley Gets Interviewed

    There is an achievement for playing after not playing for so many years. I think it’s 5?
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    FSFT Only Users Not Contributing to the Community - You Will Be Banned

    If HardOCP is was about money, I think Kyle would have sold it years ago. That’s what all of the tech sites have done. Kyle pretty much proves every day that money isn’t the primary reason he hosts this site. The proof is the fact that it’s the last non-corporate owned tech site left.
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    Zuckerberg Receives Negative Backlash on Virtual Puerto Rico Tour

    He’s an ass who is only interested in his public image. The real hero’s are the people on the ground doing the work to restore services, and the people who donate without expectation of good PR.
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    After 10 Years, I’ve Finally Accepted That “Half-Life” Is Dead

    It’ll happen some day, but today is not that day.
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    Crashplan Is Exiting the Consumer Market

    With black blaze can you backup network drives? It won't work with linux which is a major setback, and all my files are on ZFS.
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    Facebook is Spying On Your Phone Habits To Figure Out What Ideas To Steal Next

    I need to login to Facebook to delete my account. I stopped using facebook after it started giving suggestions on what photos to post. That means they are scanning my phone photos in the background. Who knows what data they are collecting while they root around all my photos.
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    Police Get Search Warrant for Everyone Who Googled Minnesota Resident's Name

    The MAC address isn't accessible from the browser, and it changes at every hop.
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    Police Get Search Warrant for Everyone Who Googled Minnesota Resident's Name

    They might know your shoe size, but they don't know your MAC address unless you have google fiber.
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    Kaby Lake 7700K vs Sandy Bridge 2600K IPC Review @ [H]

    Anand did something like this in 2013. It basically shows that things started slowing down after sandy bridge. It looks like things have slowed down ever more since then... On the topic of overclocking...
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    Kaby Lake 7700K vs Sandy Bridge 2600K IPC Review @ [H]

    Kyle, you're my hero. All my other favorite tech sites have gone to shit. This one just keeps getting better. Keep up the good fight.
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    OpenSolaris derived ZFS NAS/ SAN (OmniOS, OpenIndiana, Solaris and napp-it)

    Thanks Gea, Its back running again! I want to move to OmniOS, but everything has been so stable I've had no reason to upgrade. My uptime is at 450+ days, and the only reason it's not more is because I added a 1TB SSD for my VM's. I'm planning on upgrading my storage this year when I have the...
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    OpenSolaris derived ZFS NAS/ SAN (OmniOS, OpenIndiana, Solaris and napp-it)

    I found in /opt/csw/lib so I copied it to /usr/lib but I'm still getting the same error code root@nas:/opt/csw/bin# find / -name "" /opt/csw/lib/amd64/ /opt/csw/lib/ root@nas:/opt/csw/bin# cp /opt/csw/lib/ /usr/lib/
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    OpenSolaris derived ZFS NAS/ SAN (OmniOS, OpenIndiana, Solaris and napp-it)

    Today I logged into the Napp-it interface for the first time in months. It was on version .9f ? and I upgraded to the lastest version. Unfortunately the web service has not come back up. Running Open Indiana version 151a8 I did a ./etc/init.d/napp-it stop When I run ./etc/init.d/napp-it...
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    AMD Presents New Horizon

    A friend of mine has a 6 core i7 and it doesn't keep up with games + streaming. Most streamers have 2 PCs. 1 for gaming and 1 for streaming.
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    From ATI to AMD back to ATI? A Journey in Futility @ [H]

    I was wondering why my AMD stock jumped up so high. I was pretty surprised to see Hardforum linked in a Forbes article quoting Kyle himself.
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    Massive DDoS Attack Causing Major Problems On The East Coast

    As long as you are connecting to an https site, and you have a green bar or green lock, you should be fine. That is the entire point of the public certs.
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    Do I Really Need 1Gbps Internet?

    Gigabit really comes in handy once you have 2 kids streaming netflix and a wife who is uploading pictures to facebook. Before, I would get lag, now I can't tell. Also, the upload speed is incredible.
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    Internet Speeds In The U.S. Have Tripled Since 2011

    I went from 10mb in 2011 to Gigabit in 2014. Thanks to Google Fiber coming to my neighborhood, the cable company increased bandwidth and reduced their prices. Google hasn't even connected my house yet.
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    AMD Radeon R9 Nano Video Card PAPER Launch @ [H]

    Anand sold it to the owners of Toms Hardware. The advertisement has gotten way more intrusive.
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    Storage Spaces and ZFS

    So, I haven't done any research on this for a while, but it looks like there are quite a few counter points for ZFS being fine with non-ecc memory. At least as good as any other filesystem. The original point I made was...
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    What Drive to get Red, Green or Other

    Nobody has mentioned read retry? Green drives will atempt to re-read a sector several times before giving up. If the drive is in a RAID array the raid controller will time out and drop the drive from the array. Red Drives will re-read the data twice, and then move on. If the drive is not in a...
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    Seasonic Snow Silent 750W PSU LUCKY DRAW!

    If [H] gives a gold to a power supply, you know it's the best.
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    Storage Spaces and ZFS

    With non-ecc memory I would suggest staying away from ZFS. There have been articles published on how ZFS scrubs with memory errors can write bad data over the entire pool. ZFS expects to be run on error free memory.
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    Open Indiana rpool full

    Too late. After troubleshooting all night, I rebooted, and it didn't boot back up. I must have deleted something important. Oh well. I've spent most of today upgrading ESXi to 6.0, and installing omniOS. Hopefully it will run for 3 years with no issues like Open Indiana.
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    Open Indiana rpool full

    Well, I removed a few be snaps, and freed up 2.5GB, so the disk is no longer 99% full. I'm still unable to find the majority of the disk space usage.
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    Open Indiana rpool full

    Just looked for core and crash files and found neither:
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    Open Indiana rpool full

    The rpool is full on my Open Indiana build. The disk is 30tb, and is full. It seems as though the /proc folder is using the most amount of space, but I don't know what to remove. If anyone has any suggestions on where to look to free up some space that would be great...
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    Crashplan 4.2 drops support for OpenSolaris

    Well, the backup started working again, so false alarm. Not sure why it stopped working for 5 days. I wonder when the windows code will stop communicating with the solaris code.
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    Crashplan 4.2 drops support for OpenSolaris

    What version is the windows box running? You can double click the crashplan icon on the top right corner and type 'version' to find out.