Re: Just at CLOS in a Box
Clos, not CLOS. It's a bloke's name, not an acronym.
182 posts • joined 13 May 2010
Clos, not CLOS. It's a bloke's name, not an acronym.
Check out the demo video on their website https://youtu.be/TIxJHDdcHnw?list=UUBwSqQJQ520NYoy2QlcYJKA&t=105 - the guy's "Downloads" folder is full of pirated music and warez!
No. No no no no no no no. We don't need any more special connectors.Use a standard 0.1" pin header you numpty
Here was me thinking that was an even smaller build of DSL
12mm's hardly big.
I thought the whole point of the CVV number was that is **was** required for CNP transactions?
People still use the email services of their ISP?
" ported Microsoft Office and Visual Studio (full version) to Linux as well (using the cross-platform ability of .NET)"
There are significant portions of native code in Office and VS
If you look at the PR piece Chris has regurgitated - http://www.diablo-technologies.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Supermicro-Solution-Guide.pdf - you'll see the blanks
1028U-TR4T+ is the server, X10DRU-i+ is just the board. It's also not a Fat-Twin server as those are the 2/4/8-node in 4U boxes
An "enterprise" tape library runs PHP?!?!!
Interesting that that Supermicro enclosure has the red-tabbed drive trays (SAS/SATA), not the yellow-tabbed ones (NVMe)
do not use gavels
I thought that processor architecture was long dead and gone!
Shampoo for my real friends, real poo..
Big fad over here as well. Got right confused when a bunch of the ex-lady's friends were posting triumphantly about how they'd gone "no poo" for a week and it turned out they were just being mucky buggers and didn't have chronic constipation.
I think NVME with the U.2 connector in 2.5" format is establishing itself moreso as the backplaned PCIE-connected flash format of choice.
There's a couple of M.2-to-AIC adapters out there but HP is pitching these more as a workstation product rather than a server one. There's compatibility questions over lane division/pcie switching as well.
STH community Edgeswitch SFP+ transceiver/DAC compatibility list here: https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/ubiquiti-edgeswitch-es-16-xg-sfp-compatibility-thread.11129/
Also worth a read on STH is the shocking QC issues found by Patrick https://www.servethehome.com/ubiquiti-edgeswitch-es-16-xg-review-quality-control-absent/
You've put a picture of the older Dell Poweredge based one at the top
PMR, not SMR apparently. Certainly makes the 5TB 2.5 inchers an attractive proposition
Looks awfully like 2U to me!
An HBA can still have firmware issues that will ruin your day
Eeesh, what year is it?
any of the decent Dell ones are just rebadges
Should check their layout first
Then how do you do your deco calcs?
You wouldn't take an apple watch diving, it'd be no use. I take my tmx-upgraded luna and an old Vytec DS as a backup bottom timer with the plan on a slate. Never got the point of "diving watches" other than for posing. Get a computer, get a backup.
6.56 x 10^-6 Norrises per nanowales by my reckoning
Where's Yaussia to, then?
StorageReview covered it two days ago! They've got hardware pics and corrects specs, too
C'mon guys, you could have tried a bit harder to shoehorn one in
If they're not SAS are we to assume they're NVME?
That and ADAT tapes which were (IIRC) basically just S-VHS
What features in this article are only in EE?
Stretch Database - in all editions, even express
Row-level security, Data masking - Standard, Enterprise, Web, Developer
SQL Server R Services - all editions
Datazen - remains to be seen
I remember having a play with an early version of the Haptic Cow http://www.live.ac.uk/haptic-cow at Glasgow over a decade ago!
David Allen Green aka Jack of Kent on this http://jackofkent.com/2016/07/the-mishcon-de-reya-legal-challenge-on-article-50-some-thoughts/ - it's unclear what Mishcon de Reya actually want from this action
Is a *very* smart idea on farm. We rapidly discovered that the big ol' spike caused by the vacuum pumps kicking in on the milking machine was not at all healthy for our cow imaging systems
Those guys are pipe welders, nowt to do with pile driving nor cabling. You need to sack your photo editor
I work in animal health/agri tech R&D and trying to run our cattle imaging systems when they're on the end of a 1.8D/0.06U ADSL bit-of-wet-string connection is... challenging
Does the UK /really/ need more computer scientists or does it need more software engineers?
Unless you're monumentally cheap, I don't know why anyone wouldn't stump up the extra £64 to get, for example, a 480GB Crucial BX200 SSD. No spinny bits to get damaged and significantly better performance. The days of the mobile HDD are done.
Even then, 500GB is a joke, WD has a 1TB 7mm Blue drive and Seagate has a 2TB two-platter drive that's still only 7mm.
Once all those Tumblr users find their beloved platform is owned by the Faily then there's sure to be many toy-pram ejection events
Odd that they've given the 170TFlops figure for 16-bit rather than the standard 32-bit single-precision float figure. Shenanigans?
That's a decent amount of power but for how long?
" login credentials for the AS/400 were stored on the front-end web server."
How can 32 Gb/s provide 3200MB/s throughput or am I missing something?
Wide Division Wibble Multiplexing, the wibbles are further apart
But only if it's 99.9999% OFC with an odd number of strands in an anticlockwise twist?