Discussion in 'Storage & Backup' started by oli, May 10, 2011.
If you have one of these the required tool should be in the door...
The screwdriver (allen key) to fit all the screws in the case is mounted behind the front door. No need for any other tools.
Oh! Well there you go. I didnt know that.
There are no extra screws given for the other drives is there?
Along the door as well
OH There they are too! hahaha oh well...
I used the screws that came with my samsung drives
theres a whole heap of them on the door
Nothing to see here. Move along, vultures.
Heh I completely missed the bits on the inside of the door as well.
Wham bam thank you ma'am...
Click to view full size!
ok wtf copying and reading to it is batshit slow! 1.8-3MB/s
something is not right here...
ok so it's not the system's fault...
16384000000 bytes (16 GB) copied, 81.6394 s, 201 MB/s
16384000000 bytes (16 GB) copied, 47.6354 s, 344 MB/s
Swapped over network cables and still slow over network.. hmmmmmmmm
Does this still need patching like the last version? Or have they exposed the AHCI settings finally?
The update only adds Microsoft Small Business Server 2011 support and that's about it, so one presumes it would need to be patched as well.
Only got my server functional last night,.. where can the default image be replaced with your own in that unMenu view ?
Anybody else had this issue when installing Windows Home Server v1 on the HP Microserver? Have searched the threads but couldn’t find anything relating to the below.
When I boot the install loads off the USB key, which is fine until it goes about half way into the installation and reboots. From there it automatically reboots off the USB key and repeats itself.
I have tried removing the USB key during the reboot and then placing in back in once the setup continues, but once it reaches towards the end of the installation it comes up with a drive configuration error.
I'm pretty sure there is a link in the firstpost about installing windows as you need to swap drives fro ahci/legacy to work somewhat correctly.
Anyway, After finally (read 2 days) of trying to get ubuntu up, its away! Raid5 built last night on a 128k stripe, on hitachi 2tb's. Read/Write was 300/140sih from memory. My only concern is that the USB hdd I'm using for boot (and currently home) might Die, and if thats the case whats the go about reconfiguring a raid5 array? is it just a matter of reinstalling to another drive, then configure to be raid5, and recover?
I've setup mine with Solaris Express 11 and Napp-It for ZFS management.
I've created a share, and can get full access if I authenticate but can't get any guest access at all from Windows 7 / 2008R2 machines. When I created the ZFS folder I selected the option to have it guest accessible, but it isn't. Permissions are reporting as 775, and I've done the following:
# idmap add winname:Guest unixuser:guest
Any ideas ?
I've got 11.4 on mine now and nVidia 210 setup. The video is beautiful under XBMC. I am running the XBMC pre with PVR/TV support and have vdr as the backend with an Elgato USB TV tuner. The decoding on the GPU is working I assume since when I play 1080p files the CPU util hovers around 5%.
As for remoting in, what is this RDP thing of which you speak? Apparently it uses a closed, proprietary protocol by some company called "Microsoft"??
To remote into mine I just shell on and run VNC server as a normal user and have installed Xfce4 as a light desktop. You just drop the default xinitrc for Xfce4 into ~/.vncserver iirc. Then I use a VNC client on my Macbook.
If you are using raid auto-detect partitions, all you need to do is plug the drives into another linux system, boot linux, and the raid array will be automaticly assembled.
If you are not using raid auto-detect partitions, you just need to boot your new linux install, and put your mdadm.conf file from your old system in, and tell mdadm to reassemble the array.
Thanks, Better go back it up
Installing a vnc client on all my windows machines is just as annoying =)