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Thanks for your help anyway. interesting that Open Indiana booted on your i3 2100.. is that the "T" model as thats the processor Im thinking of...
All I need to know is what OS's can I run providing ZFS support for sandy bridge CPUs (H67 or P67 chipsets). I am planning a i3-2100T (35W TDP)...
Wow, seriously? No one?
What OS are you running on that?
What are my options for a ZFS based SB Nas?
There is no support for SB chipsets in Solaris 11 Express... I am not sure about BSD variants..
Can you provide us with upgrade instructions please, for those of us who have older versions of napp-it?
if it was any good, you'd think Microsoft would have bought the company and grafted it onto Windows Home Server codenamed "Fail"
I've been setting up a server with Solaris 11 Express with the following conf;
1x750GB Boot Disk
3x1.5TB Pool Disks
All set up nicely....
I will try,I'm not confident.. I'm more concerned about the yellow fault light..
Just starting to build my ZFS box. Got a SASUC8I second hand.
Initially when I boot/tested it, it was displaying the card bios fine. I went...
You don't need Xeons or ECC ram for ZFS. ECC ram might help but it's not required.