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Mar
28
comment Gparted not detecting controller after removing a drive
@MarkHenderson The P410 is an enterprise controller. For the OP, just reboot and hit F8 when prompted to configure the controller. Create a new array with 4 disks and be done with it.
Mar
28
comment Gparted not detecting controller after removing a drive
Well, a P410 controller can indicate any HP ProLiant server built between 2009 and early 2012... So if your server is under warranty, you can obtain a replacement drive... And go from there.
Mar
28
answered Gparted not detecting controller after removing a drive
Mar
28
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
28
answered Link aggregation on ESXi: can one TCP/IP stream in a guest VM use more than one link's banwidth?
Mar
28
comment RAID 5 + hot spare, rebuild
What type of server? Make/model of array controller? Operating system? This sounds like hardware RAID, so the details matter.
Mar
27
answered LSI 3042 supported with Oracle VM Server
Mar
27
comment LSI 3042 supported with Oracle VM Server
Which generation HP ProLiant DL165 server is this?
Mar
27
awarded  Revival
Mar
27
revised Authenticating to Exchange 2010 smarthost?
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Mar
27
revised Rolling update with puppet, ansible or fabric
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Mar
27
answered Better to run single file server for multiple subnets or setup file server on each subnet?
Mar
27
comment Better to run single file server for multiple subnets or setup file server on each subnet?
Do you have Active Directory?
Mar
27
revised Will adding HD's to a Proliant 350e server invalidate the warranty
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Mar
27
comment Will adding HD's to a Proliant 350e server invalidate the warranty
The HP servers won't complain about firmware. And support has no way of knowing what types of drives are installed. There's no technical impediment to using non-HP disks, but the OP doesn't have a good reason not to.
Mar
27
revised Will adding HD's to a Proliant 350e server invalidate the warranty
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revised Will adding HD's to a Proliant 350e server invalidate the warranty
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27
answered Will adding HD's to a Proliant 350e server invalidate the warranty
Mar
26
comment Running two subnets over the same physical LAN
Seems to be an issue with DVR installers/vendors.
Mar
26
answered Running two subnets over the same physical LAN