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Fusion ioMemory ioDrive2 Duo devices
This might be all of them this time given the odd number this was also close to the number of pending offers he had in while I was deciding if to buy or put in an offerLast link is sold out again but seller put another up: https://www.ebay.com/itm/SuperMicro-Fusion-ioScale-F11-002-3T20-CS-0001-PCI-E-3-20TB-MLC-SSD/114108193053?hash=item1a9160d91d:g:8W4AAOSwG5teMv3U
IDK it said he had 18 earlier and now it is at 28. So he getting more in. But yea supply won't last forever.This might be all of them this time given the odd number this was also close to the number of pending offers he had in while I was deciding if to buy or put in an offer
Those drives probably use the same technology as these enterprise drives. Back then, there wasn't the big difference in durability as there is today between consumer and enterprise ssd.The Samsung 830 drives we got like 9 years ago are still all going. So not all consumer drives are made equal.
Still rare even in enterprise goods. Great to see the USA still making some great stuff.Just noticed on the listing these Fusion drives were made in USA if you look on the back of the card. Pretty rare these days for computer parts, though maybe enterprise equipment is more common.
What was the workload that you saw corruption on? Did you see the same corruption on large sequential data?I wouldn't touch anything fusion/io without enterprise support. Using heavily threaded workloads I've been able to corrupt data.
The same workload on a retail ssd doesn't show this problem.
YMMV of course...
I didn't see it on sequential, but the FIOs I've used (160GB SLC) didn't really break 800MB/sec in sequential, so they aren't a good buy for that.What was the workload that you saw corruption on? Did you see the same corruption on large sequential data?
Interesting. Do you know if those drives also used 4k sectors like these?I didn't see it on sequential, but the FIOs I've used (160GB SLC) didn't really break 800MB/sec in sequential, so they aren't a good buy for that.
I ran multiple threads (> # cpus) on uncompressing a large (several hundred GB)file with > 100k small files....and the data was corrupted.
Just go eat something or watch some tv for a bit. I've realized this is a lot better than staring at slow computers stuff.Fuck this is my first system crash in a long time and I’m staring at this slow ass fucking drive check
what happens if the drive gets pulled from the slot and then reinserted?
Not too bad then.it started at 20% and finished before 50%, I think it took 12-15 min
I don't watch TV and I lost 72lbs in the last 7 1/2 months pass
Who's she marrying? . Oh, you mean someone else's wedding, lol.Not too bad then.
That's awesome! I haven't watched TV regularly in 20 years now--so much more free time. And great job on the weight loss! My wife is working hard to do the same for a wedding in December.
omg, I know what you mean about tying shoes! I sometimes feel like I'm going to pass out. I used to be skinny but have blown up in the last 7 years.thank you. literally everything is easier, especially the embarrassing stuff like drying after a shower, tying shoes. i lose my keys in my jeans now because they don't poke the shit out of me haha
but seriously any firmware command to disable the check? adobe ate all my RAM and crashed and my system is very stable but ehh
You'll need a ioMemory SX300 driver from Western Digital's website, the driver ought to be named Fusion_ioMemory_VSL_220.127.116.115_x64_storport.exe the one I downloaded was dated Jan 30 2020. Latest firmware available seems to be v8.9.9 my drive shipped with v8.9.5I just made an offer on the 6TB version. Would I follow the same directions as the 3TB version assuming he bites.
I'll send you my 3tb that will work in your x4 slot for yoursYou'll need a ioMemory SX300 driver from Western Digital's website, the driver ought to be named Fusion_ioMemory_VSL_18.104.22.1685_x64_storport.exe the one I downloaded was dated Jan 30 2020. Latest firmware available seems to be v8.9.9 my drive shipped with v8.9.5
You have to sign up for an account to access the consumer area where the drivers are located. Note that when I accessed the site with Microsoft Edge, I could not get the driver selection page to work correctly, but Firefox worked fine, if you use Chrome it should also work. Since I only have one working x8 slot(Thanks ASUS) I pulled my vid card and used the Intel IGP for all this. Per the manual, x8 PCIe is required for this device, along with a minimum 16GB of RAM for 4k sector format usage, smaller sectors require at least 32GB RAM.
Alright time for the guud stuffs:
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This device will have to wait for a new build where I have more functioning x8 PCIe slots .
servers blow stupid amounts of CFM and static pressure. i installed a corsair SP series 120mm fan in my side case with some spacers to blow air at it.Just got mine hooked up. I'm a bit concerend about this part, what do you guys think?
Internal temperature: 71.36 degC, max 72.84 degC
You would save power. And you could take the fans used to cool the raids and put them on the ssds.man i could ditch both raid 10 arrays in both servers, idk if i have the air flow fo the SSDs or if they would really be any faster, plus i have stock pile of WD enterprise 2TB drives
Same server I run, lol. Would love to ditch my raid 10 and drop one or two of these in just because.They should work in an x4 slot (assuming it fits), but only be running at x4. They should work fine in a x16 slot as well. Heck, I've got a x16 video card that runs in an x8 slot in my server (Dell R710 if you want to look it up) at x8 speeds after cutting a gap in the end of the slot.