None Even with the physical block size change, it operates fine for bulk storage. Liked what you read? My earlier comment was incorrect– namely, on the actual final Oct firmware 6. Operating system and drivers making no difference. Sign up using Facebook.
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This is what it seems to me so far: As expected for the lower rotational speed, the WD Reds operate more slowly.
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Post as a guest Name. I took out the hitachi’s and plugged in a Samsung evo GB.
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Steve Bonds 1 If you do not press any key, you will be given a chance to run the Option ROM Configuration for another controller.
HP P410/P410i Array Configuration Guide
Dont fight the fed, for the cost differential just get the vendor hardware. Thank you very much, you are precisely right.
The server will confirm once more and ask you to press F10 to save the changes. I should mention I’ve checked the ILO and the motherboard firmware is up to date.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. It may take a few presses, after which the server should start displaying details about the startup process.
None And here’s the WD red physical drive details: Medium Surface Scan Delay: Here are some details about the Pi itself from the same show config detail: None P401 with the physical block size change, it operates fine for bulk storage. Here is some example output from ssacli ctrl all show config detail with some details obscured o410 show how they compare to HP branded SATA drives. WD RED are awfully slow Built Exactly to Your Needs.