Now, if you’re small, they may simply choose to ignore your business if you insist on heterogeneous storage. Have you updated all the firmware for your system? Please don’t suggest “ease” as an excuse for bad practices. Anyways, it’s kind of unfortunate because the writeback cache on these would be nice for a little ZFS acceleration, but you’ll probably be delighted even using just a plain SATA controller. Yes, when you purchase an enterprise array and you allow the vendor to define what gets put into it, that’s what you get. So I tried a couple of things, got some advice and learned some things.
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That is simply how it is in the industry and you can’t get around it. This turned out to be case. We run a lot of traffic through ‘s though.
3ware 9500s-8 8 Ports SATA 150 RAID Controller Card
We break it down. People are buying 4G LTE laptops — and then not activating LTE Lenovo has found people buy its Qualcomm-powered always-connected PCs more for their long battery life than the fact they’re always connected. Upgraded back to firmware 2. Money’s tight right now so I’d rather not buy a new card if I can help it.
Thread starter dave 58ghz. The ‘s used to work really nicely with FreeBSD. Running a verify on the array, just in case.
3wxre But I’m going to advise people that this is risky, and I’m certainly going to speak up when someone actually suggests it as though it’s a best practice. All the data is there. Maybe, if you find yourself on the side of being wrong.
Lenovo has found people buy its Qualcomm-powered always-connected PCs more for their long battery life than the fact they’re always connected. Packaged Quantity for specs.
Try throwing the old chips in, just for kicks to see what happens? Yes, when you purchase an enterprise array and you allow the vendor to define what gets put into it, that’s what you get.
I just checked, and I’m running the latest motherboard bios version.
3ware S-8 RAID controller failure? Uh-oh. – Ars Technica OpenForum
Even if you don’t, it isn’t that unusual to find that your storage vendor was decent enough to use drives sourced from two or more batches in building your array, which would appear to be tacit acknowledgment that using all one drive from a single batch is a really bad idea. Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius et Subscriptor.
So I, too, am a little disappointed to hear there’s trouble with the ‘s. Phones by Jessica Dolcourt Dec 10, Mobile by Shara Tibken Dec 6, It’s not too hard to check my references.
Sat Oct 23, 6: Wow, makes me feel old. Wed Oct 20, 1: Isn’t that an improvement? The carve size is adjustable from GB to GB default prior to unit creation.