I hope the fans remain silent: Post as a guest Name. Steve Bonds 1 Our requirements are cheap, reliable, and far third, lots of storage space. Dont fight the fed, for the cost differential just get the vendor hardware. None And here’s the WD red physical drive details: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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HP Smart Array P410
You can have monitoring and fan speed problems with random SATA disks on that controller. Data Drive Interface Type: True Number of Ports: Being a small company, we have scanty budget, but also flexibility. Disabled Total Cache Size: Now I think I need the help of someone who actually knows hardware.
Here are some details about the Pi itself from the same show config detail: Medium Surface Scan Delay: Sign up using Facebook. False Shingled Magnetic Recording Support: Sign up using Email and Password.
HP Smart Array P Controller (QuickSpecs/cpdf)
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Post as a guest Name. Probably worth mentioning that getting the hitachis to work would be nice, but isn’t vital.
I had the opportunity to test these same WD reds on a different controller firmware revision and they worked fine there too: I should mention I’ve checked the ILO and the motherboard firmware is up to date.
SATA drives will downshift speed to 3. We have a p41 server room, but the thunderous noise from a bunch of these would have disturbed the office.
Steve Bonds 1 Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. False Drive Write Cache: At this point, after googling numerous articles about HP fan noise, I was getting worried.