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The issue can be maybe because you changed the speed and duplex of vmnic, try to reset it, login in support mode and list your vmnic and see if is 0mbps this mean that you've changed the settings. first see details with: esxcfg-nics -l So reset in this way: esxcfg-nics -a vmnic1 or esxcfg-nics -s 100 -d full vmnic1 More details here: ...
This question is on the borderline of shopping, but I can tell you our experience with those servers. Dell, like any other server vendor, wants your unborn children for upgrades after you've bought a server. My solution was to replace all the RAM in the system with Kingston system-specific memory, which have a lifetime guarantee and is 100% compatible. ...
I managed to find a solution for this. Go to system setup (F2), select Profile Settings and set Perfomance to custom, then make sure that: C1E = Enabled C States = Disabled. All seems to work fine for the last couple of hours and the fans keeps the same RPM.
I would search on the official Dell part number. It's not about the OEM for RAM like this. It's about the compatible part numbers (from Dell's perspective). Buy SNPX3R5MC/8G.
We got a new R220 (with a xeon e3-1220v3) a week ago and had similar problems with it. Starting with the 12th Generation, a part of the thermal control is made by the iDRAC management, so you have to upgrade this firmware aswell. This fixed the problem for us. However, we still had an issue with high CPU temperatures on this machine. Under heavy load the ...
Don't worry about it. It's just a rounding issue... 2267MHz is usually represented as 2.27GHz From dmidecode on a similar system: Version: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5520 @ 2.27GHz Voltage: 1.4 V External Clock: 133 MHz Max Speed: 4800 MHz Current Speed: 2267 MHz Or look at how a 2.8GHz CPU is represented...
As implied by @Zoredache your premise is flawed. All USB 2.0 ports are 480mb/sec and according to this link all the USB ports are USB 2.0 - including the internal, 2 front and 2 rear ports. USB 1.x is limited to 12 megs, not USB 2.0 - see here.
You can buy a bit of vinyl tape... http://www.supersoundproofingsales.com/products.asp?dept=33 something like this. Remove the lid of the server and stick a few squares on the inside of the server. If you are really ambitious you can get rubber o-rings and mount them on the stand off screws on the mainboard. This will help. There is better stuff out there, ...
You are better off soundproofing the room the server is in, or the inside of the enclosure at any rate. I've see some tricks with memory foam on the inside of racks to control noise pretty effectively. You want soft surfaces, but removable without mess. 1u servers are the worst though.
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