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Studied at WSU now a
Software Engineer at SEL
Go Cougs!


Apr
1
comment Apache local domain hosting through exposed server
Worked beautifully thanks!
Jan
30
comment Munin throwing errors with fresh install
could you post the contents around server.pm line 600 and munin-graph line 74?
Jan
30
comment cygwin ssh works locally, not remotely
Shouldn't you just remove the line all together? Or is that the same thing?
Oct
11
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)
Aug
16
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?
Aug
16
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?
Jul
29
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?
Jul
29
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?
Jul
29
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
Mar
1
comment Supertype question from a mega noob
Maybe that's what I want to do... let me give the correct diagram
Feb
18
comment Finding matches from one large file in another?
true, sorry, you can also place the foreach loop inside the while loop to only iterate the larger file once. I just went a little too fast for myself :/