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comment Log Windows 7 Shutdown Process
Thanks Wesley, it's definitely worth a shot. For the first ten minutes it shows the background with just the mouse cursor, then for another ten minutes it shows "logging off", so perhaps we'll see a bit more info on that screen with this enabled, I'll report back when I know more.
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Feb
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comment robocopy mirror, but do not use timestamps
Thanks for trying, but your answer is somewhat cryptic and doesn't actually answer anything. Essentially I want to mirror the source to the destination, but when a file is brought over from the source, it uses the current time (i.e. the time the file is written to the destination), not the timestamp on the source file.
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comment Speed up CIFS remote file shares
Have you tried to move around files when everything is wired vs. wireless? Are you using 802.11n for wifi? I'm curious if the speeds when wired would be satisfactory. You can compare by using 'robocopy' on windows and 'rsync --progress' in Ubunutu.
Feb
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answered Speed up CIFS remote file shares
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comment Dell H710P, Non-Dell SSDs, and RAID Failures
Hey Coré, these systems will be running OME (current day Server Administrator), and be monitored via iDRAC as well. It seems RAID failures would be reported, just curious for some feedback, thanks!
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comment RAID10 (16 x 256GB SSDs) in PowerEdge R720 for Build Server
Thanks @ewwhite, but price-wise an ioDrive2 (1.2TB) is around $14k, where as 16 x 256GB Crucial m4s be around $2880. As far as realistic speeds, I'd like to be able to read data at around 300MB/s and write close to that speed as well.
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