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comment On a dual CPU server, is it normal for one CPU to run hotter than the other?
@LightnessRacesInOrbit actually he says he thinks that. The config file he linked to sets cpu temp max to 70. That would meam 70 deg above ambient before it alerts you...which seems way too high.
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comment On a dual CPU server, is it normal for one CPU to run hotter than the other?
That is definitely a large part of your problem! However, it still doesn't explain the sensors reading 2 deg C unless you encased the server in dry ice or something.
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comment Create an MBR on secondary plex
Have you tried calling HP support?
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comment Best practices for file layout in a Hyper-V server?
@BenjaminPeikes Bike shed refers to Parkinson's law of triviality - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parkinson's_law_of_triviality
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comment Best practices for file layout in a Hyper-V server?
@BenjaminPeikes Spaces often require quoting in command line parameters and scripts - its not a big deal, but if you can save yourself the hassle...
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comment Best practices for file layout in a Hyper-V server?
@BenjaminPeikes Relying on the XML files to match files to VMs is risky. I have had cases where either through accidental deletion or data corruption the XML files were gone or unreadable. Also, it's just plain faster than matching GUIDs up. But I agree you don't necessarily need to use the VM name in the filename, just the folder if you prefer. Just make sure that - by looking at nothing but the file structure - you can tell which files belong to which VM and what purpose they serve.