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comment Apache local domain hosting through exposed server
Worked beautifully thanks!
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comment Munin throwing errors with fresh install
could you post the contents around server.pm line 600 and munin-graph line 74?
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Shouldn't you just remove the line all together? Or is that the same thing?
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comment How do I power SATA drives in my DELL poweredge 2850?
crazyperson - If you can add a parts list I'll select this as the correct answer! It sounds just like what I wanted to do in the first place. (Sorry for the huge delay, I've been busy with school and figuring out why my raid has 5MB throughput)
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comment How do I power SATA drives in my DELL poweredge 2850?
Already did that, I got 12,5,0 on the HDM_PWR and 0,12,5,0 on the tape_pwr (3 vs. 4 pin). Do you think the tape_pwr comes from the board power?
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comment How do I power SATA drives in my DELL poweredge 2850?
So, I just took the backplane out of my server and I've got a couple of ideas. The board seems to get all it's power from a three wire source at the bottom near a 6x~15pin HDM connector, but there is a source at the top that says tape power. Any ideas as to which is more suitable?
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comment How do I power SATA drives in my DELL poweredge 2850?
I guess that's what I'll have to try, starting with like two of coarse. I wouldn't want to destroy the whole array :) Just to be sure, does the SCSI connector have all the power connectors required?
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comment How do I power SATA drives in my DELL poweredge 2850?
Well back to my question; I know I cannot just swap back-planes, can I cut part or all of it out and solder power off the existing connections and run SATA cables for the data?
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comment How do I power SATA drives in my DELL poweredge 2850?
I don't have any power connectors... The SCSI drives get their power through their hotswap bays
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