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To use 16GB of memory you will need XEON processor and a quantity of (4) 4GB sticks that are dual ranked and use a x8 data width (2Rx8).
You can find this information in the release notes. For T620 (iDrac firmware version 1.57.57) To launch Virtual Console using Java plug - in, only JavaWebStart versions 1.5, 1.6, and 1.7 from Sun (Oracle) is supported. Any other versions or any other installations are not supported. For PE2950 : JRE version 1.6.0 or later needs to be installed ...
The MD3220i requires disks with dell firmware, so yes you can move the drives from your servers and vice versa, but not other makes of drive. Some optional controllers in the R420 had a similar restriction however this was lifted. If you update a controller giving this error to the latest firmware it will log a warning that they are not supported but allow ...
Is it a GPT partition table? If so, you need a bios_grub aka "Reserved BIOS boot area" partition (not the same as /boot) or things don't work right, especially with software raid. Also with grub and Linux softraid, your /boot should be raid1, and ideally not metadata 1.2.
Make sure to unplug any USB/external drives. They can cause the server to hang at boot in many instances.
1) A Wireshark capture will help to see if the PXE DHCP requests use the expected MAC addresses or not. 2) The PXE DHCP request and the following DHCP request include different parameters. Please check that your reservation rule is not overlapped for some other rule taking precedence in the case of a PXE DHCP request.
You still need a CPU to: Make decisions. CUDA just does calculations; it does not have anything like an if statement to decide what to calculate. Code running on the CPU decides what will be done and then sets up the calculation for CUDA to execute. Copy data in and out of the GPUs. To speed this up make sure you have as much PCIe bandwidth as possible. ...
See Perc H710 User Guide, p 18 : Reconfiguration Of Virtual Disks An online virtual disk can be reconfigured in ways that expands its capacity and/or change its RAID level. NOTE: Spanned virtual disks such as RAID 10, 50, and 60 cannot be reconfigured. As I understand it, Raid 10 VD cannot be expanded.
Have you tried looking at the iDRAC6 troubleshooting guide? They have a whole section of things to try for logon loops Continual Loop (Normally noticed when customer is trying to log into GUI Page). Ensure customer is using a supported Browser If customer has changed browser settings, reset to defaults and check. Clear the browser cache ...
The issue was a combination of 1 bad memory module and a bad cpu socket (damaged pin). We replaced the motherboard today, pulled the bad memory, all is fine. Thank you for your time.
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