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If you see the NIC in the BIOS, your issue is possibly with the OS. In addition, the timing following an OS upgrade is suspect. Try booting a Live CD of some sort to see what devices are registered and exclude your OS install as a cause. Have you looked at the NICs and their link lights? Upgrade firmware. "Neglected server" implies lack of relevant ...


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If you are still interested in the Answer, this here should help you. Summarized it means that you can disable the RAID functionality in the BIOS and create the Software Raid in Linux. Windows only means that you donĀ“t have to configure any RAID in Windows.


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You're right on the edge of what's acceptable for an ESXi 5.5 host. The processors on that host are about 5 generations old. RAID 5 is also a bit of an issue, but if you have an array battery and write caching enabled, it shouldn't be terrible. I'd say that the gear is too old to be used for a new deployment. 8GB of RAM is tight. How have you apportioned ...


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In GRUB, you can define a default menu item and a timeout. Both must to be defined in order to achieve auto-boot after power outage. GRUB 0.97 (http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/legacy/grub.html) GRUB config file: '/boot/grub/menu.lst', you must edit this file with any text editor like 'nano'. The variables are 'default' and 'timeout'. GRUB 2.x ...



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