Mon Aug 12 20:06:32 UTC 2013
"Supermicro Intelligent Management (SIM) module monitors onboard
instrumentation such as temperature sensors, power status, voltages and fan
speed, and provides remote power control capabilities to reboot and/or reset
the server. It also includes remote access to the BIOS configuration and
operating system console information via SOL (Serial over LAN) or embedded
KVM capabilities. Because the controller is a separate processor, the
monitoring and control functions work regardless of CPU operation or system
The user manual is here
The card for the X7SBE Phil mentioned is for sale at provantage.com for
I think it is probably worth the money in your situation.
Will Langford said:
"Dell perc4/dc's are relatively cheap (being a few generations old), get
around 20mb/sec write speed sustained or so, 128mb bbu."
20mb/sec wtf. and I thought my adaptec 2100s was POS at 60 MB/s. What are
you doing, retro fitting some quantum fireballs? Random writes? IDK, I hope
you left out a 0.
The audio racks I have seen have been 2 post. You probably want a 4 post
Good point. I guess when I think of radio stations I think of streaming
You mentioned freeNAS I've used that. I like openfiler
http://www.openfiler.com/ check it out if you haven't. I've been playing
with openfiler on xen to make a wannabe equallogic san.
..filter. OK big girl panty hose.
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