Hi, I have built a server for virtualisation, it is Supermicro chassis with H8SGL-F motherboard, 64GB ECC Kingston RAM, AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6320, installed minimal CentOS 6.4 Final on s... [by vladixx]
I'm going to build a server and would like to know if those parts are good quality and compatible with each other, especially the Motherboard with Chassis.
Also I'm not sure from the official site if the motherboard can support more than 2GBit internet speed.
it says "intel dual gigabit". Can I include other Ethernet cards to achieve for instance 8GBit/sec?
For some reason /proc/cpuinfo is only displaying one core from a 16 core processor. However hwinfo --cpu shows the 16 cores. I have ACPI enable in the bios and I have cleared the noacpi tags out of the grub.cfg file.
I want to build a new home server, and the OS of my choice will be ubuntu server 12.04 64-bit. Choosing the components has been hard since it's been a long time (really long actually) since the last time I built my own PC.
I'm opting for the Supermicro X9SCM-F Motherboard
But checking Supermicro's OS compatibility list I noticed that Ubuntu Server 12.04 was not listed as supported.
Has anyone tested Kingston microSDXC 64GB (SDCX10/64GB) with Galaxy S2? I've read a threads about Sandisk 64GB Micro SD where people often with troubles but made it work. Can anybody confirm the same applies to Kingston card?
I am planning on building a NAS/Home File server. I will be building it out of many salvaged parts. One thing I need is a chassis (tower or rackmount, doesn't matter) that can fit an Extended ATX dual-socket server motherboard such as a SuperMicro X7DBN or X8DTI-F.