I have 4 x 2TB WD Reds. I want to put 4 SSD the server, 1 for the os on the ODD en the 3 others for vms and datastore and 1 HDD for a daily back-up of the server. If you think this as an option, we can continue communicating via email. If you are concerned about power you might be able to have the server power off then do a wake-on-lan when you need it, or have it power off at night and set the BIOS to turn it on. How much juice does your machine take in off, idle, typical load and full load? Once i’d set the 500gb as that, it installed it fine. Maybe you need to configure raid when in Esxi / vSphere? Neither did my 2x8gb non-ecc ram from my PC (high end), so I’m at 2×4 ecc at the moment. What makes the UJ-262 the best option over say the much cheaper Uj-162? Hewlett Packard Enterprise ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus Xeon E-2224 16GB RAM 1TB HDD - P18584-421 HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 X3216, 8 GB-U, 4LFF, nicht Hot-Plug … When you have it all set up it’s not the CPU which is going to bottleneck you.. that will be drive IO. Could you please clarify; Choosing BBWC over FBWC doesn’t mean anything other than the “battery” part is placed seperately instead of on the printboard? Ben. I hope to use this as a dev server for my Web & WordPress projects. I’ll try and follow-up to get further clarification. Which is very good low budget home lab server. E.g. Since it’s hidden far away, away, I don’t much mind. While HP specify that 16GB is the maximum, I have read some accounts that the Microserver Gen8 may support 32GB of RAM (in the form of two 16GB modules. All four cores clocking in at 3.292GHz. It DOES NOT support Non-ECC Memory, I mistakenly bought a non-ECC 8G and it won’t boot. I have both tried in the USB 3.0 and 2.0 (both front and back). Well maybe another Microserver is not necessary, if someone could try to install latest XenServer on USB key that would prove this is possible without destroying current installation on hard drive… Simply change boot drive, that’s it. Problem Description: Microserver Gen8 fan noise Condition is "Used". I currently have 5 harddrives in my N36L and would love to be able to transfer the whole raid set to the Gen8. how many disk i can put inside the GEN8 i planning to put 6 2,5 disk inside… 2 on the top and 2 on each side? As soon as I have the updates I will post my readings. 5.1 update 1 is the latest you can use. It’s a bit expensive but if it works it is worth the money. 2. I added a SATA disk so it would run on a mirrored internal Apple RAID, which has never missed a beat. Thank you in advance! This appears to be partly true: The BIOS appears to read the airflow temperature through the disk cage using SMART parameters on the disk, and adjust the airflow accordingly. So I am not sure what is the correct reading. Pick any two. Ilo 2 and 3 licenses Work with ilo4 as well btw. Hi. – virtual Media PC HP … Microserver Gen8. You have got to be kidding! ————. I’m looking to order some so watch this space! I am using ESXi 5.1 just fine but I had to download the following image – VMware-ESXi-5.1.0-Update1-1065491-HP-5.50.26 as the vanilla iso didn’t have correct drivers. The only reason it’s not on HP’s approved list is because 1x16GB ECC UDIMM RAM is not popular. Ended: Nov 10, 2020. When adding flash and battery you get much better performance on the P410, but it also comes at a Price Premium compared. I’ve switched over to home-built Supermicro servers and I’m much happier with that setup (KVM over IP is free). There are a total of three ethernet ports. You also need to use the HP Customized ISO of ESXi, not the VMWare standard one as the HP one provides the correct drivers for Gen8 Servers. I had that one before going to the P410. Fan speed is now at 6%. 2 SAS HDDs which I run in raid 1 for Host OS. Hi, John. I have this too, it works well and heat wise there’s barely and difference compared with the Celeron in it, it’s within safe levels, Intel C204 chipset does support Intel I/OAT technology. As a side note, I found that disabling VT-d on the cpu makes for a more stable run. No response. Only issue I’m having, if you can call it that, is HPs limited certificate choices where I can’t use an existing certificate I have. It’s clearly less than 150W though! Starting February 2014, an active warranty or contract is required to access HP ProLiant Server firmware updates. I would go for an adapter with 2 internal as I have 4 3½ drives + 3x 2½ drives internally in my server. How about drivers? Not confident the heatsink will suffice? Lese days the ambiant temperature was over 25 °C and the processor temperature did not exceed 42 °C. Hp Gen8 Microserver - Die preiswertesten Hp Gen8 Microserver unter die Lupe genommen! found an E3-1220 V2 I installed and works fine! Thank you Ben, this is detailed and very useful information on the MicroServer Gen8. Once I got this running I was able to ditch my old HP ML370 ESXi 4.1 host, it blew such a gale none of us in the house could sleep! It’s too expensive and too noisy. I’ll post more details on my setup in the future, but on the HP Microserver N40L which is half the speed of the G1610T I’ve run a Napp-It All-in-one ZFS server for my RAID/NAS, shared the storage back to VMWare via NFS, and ran half a dozen Ubuntu VMs on top of it without issues. IEC 60950-1, I’m a little less knowledgeable than some of your guys when it comes to raid and vm, so some of my questions may seem a little…err….out there, lol? After the upgrade i had the option to create a datastore of 4tb but passthrough didn’t work anymore. It needs to do a full parity/checksum on all the discs to do that, it is rather likely that one more disc fails on you and you loose evertyhing. Filip, that’s right, the V3 Xeons are not compatible. Cheers •Server operating in a virtualized environment Virtual-APIC Page Accesses With 32-Bit PAE Paging May Cause a System Crash. Did you order any in the end? from my GEN8? USB2.0 & 3.0 passthrough for keyboard/mousen en USB storage when needed THX Morton for your info. Verbaut ist eine Intel Xeon CPU E3 1220 v2 mit 3,10 GHz und 4 Cores. I am planning on buying the cheapest version with the G1610T Celeron CPU (to make it at first cheap), so I try it out and upgrade to E3-1220L v2/v3 if more CPU is needed. I just enabled HyperThreading as well now, so all 4 cores, turbo mode and hyperthreading is enabled now. HP NC365T (HP 4 port gigabit NIC) Your still welcome to mail me Frank, if needed. This obviously needs the Xeon CPU upgrade to access this hardware feature. I got one, and it works, and I was able to flash it into IT mode, but I could not get a VM in ESXi 5.5 to turn on with it mapped via PCI Passthrough (VT-D). (P.S. Skelzer FYI: They are usually only set in response to actions made by you which amount to a request for services, such … You’re right that 10 minutes isn’t long enough to properly stress test. With the new Server 2012 R2 we can configure storage tiers that includes both SATA and SSD in order to get the maximum IO possible. Hi, Brendan. Right i’m using a 500gb SSHD plugged into the ODD sata port as my OS disk (i eventually sorted a molex connecotr out :)). I have sent a request to Intel seeking clarification – I will post an update when I receive a response. If i used the ODD conector then i’d only get 3gbit surely? For the fan I don’t think it’s necessary based on the temperatures I saw on my load test, but I like to do things by best practice when possible so if there’s a way to get a fan in cheaply it’s probably worth doing. Thanks to a homeservershow forum member keeping track of prices I ordered the HP Gen8 Microserver 1610T … of course, nobody wants to run VMWare on a Celeron so obviously the first thing to try is installing a Xeon processor.. Update April 12, 2020.The 8th Gen HP Microserver … I didn’t think the P222 solved the fan issue? The Gen8 Microserver differs from its predecessors by offering a socketed CPU (socket 1155), making user CPU upgrades possible. However, the transfer seems to go in bursts, like nas4free is taking its time writing the data. For a pre-built supported solution like the HP Microserver I don’t know of anything that’s had a recent hardware refresh, I imagine most manufacturers are going to skip Broadwell and wait for Skylake processors and hopefully have some updated hardware for us next year. The top ODD bay doesn’t seem to room a disk…. VMWare ESXi 5.1U1 (HP bundle) installed on internal SD Card, Thanks for the info Patrik! If i do get a raid 5 card, is there a way of putting say a 256Gb SSD in to run the host OS and use the mechanical drives as raid storage array? Details about HP Proliant MicroServer Gen8 Intel Xeon E3-1220L V2 2.3GHz 16GB RAM NO HDD NO OS See original listing. Furthermore, I would not recommend using the B120i with ESXi as unless you are using the P222 or P420i with FWBC, it will perform poorly in anything than RAID 0/1 without the FWBC anyway. Scary. Ben, Hi Ben, Turbo also disabled the dynamic performance. I found the stock heatsink was able to handle 69W in my environment so you probably don’t need a CPU fan (might be another story if you’re running the processor at 100% on all cores for hours on end). I’m going to resolve 1 by getting a USB-to-Optical out adapter and just avoid the passthrough issue. What my main issue is that it ends in 5 and might have GPU problems and the TDP rating of 77w. I’m running Win7, and it doesn’t show up in the add new USB unit section in VMware. Frank, you need to use the HP version of the esxi installer. When I boot the server, the array I’ve created is seen (or the logical drive is), but when ESXi is booted up and ready, and I use vSphere to try to create a datastore, all disks are seen, not the logical drive. No pictures yet, as long as the ODD sata port can run a drive it should be possible. I checked with intelligent memory, their 16GB modules are not going to work because of Intels lack of support in the chipset, specifically the memory reference code. The latest patches fix the initial issues with passthrough in 5.5, have you tried patching 5.5 to the latest version? Please visit Contact HPand call our technical support team so that we can assess your entitlement. Well, at least when the Gen9’s come out I’ll have a license I can apply. If you’re trying to power a regular hard drive there’s a molex power cord just under the ODD bay that plugs into the storage array, it would be easy to intercept it at that plug and put in a molex power splitter. Thanks for the offer, Frank. Don’t get the V3, it’s based on the newer 1150 socket and isn’t compatible with the 1155 socket in the Microserver. I’ve excluded the Core i5 series because they don’t support ECC. Thought I could use it for Plex or something similar, transcoding my Blu-Ray rips to my PS3, cellular and tablets, but the processor can’t cope (Celeron). As for noise, I personally find it pretty good (bordering on quiet) especially when compared to my ML110 G7. 1 x 1TB SSD Given how old this post is I’m not expecting a reply, but wondering if you had to do any tricks in the BIOS (not that I can see any options) to get it to work? Your bios’ version isn’t the latest one: 06/06/2014 is the latest. You could use an Avoton board to save money–however since you said the V2 is dated you’re probably looking for something more powerful like the Xeon-D build. Wir haben uns der Mission angenommen, Ware jeder Art zu checken, sodass Sie schnell und unkompliziert den Hp Proliant Microserver Gen8 Xeon kaufen können, den Sie zu Hause kaufen wollen. I do understand people wanting to do raid 5. If you search for “ILO stuck at 40c CPU temp” you’ll see it’s a common theme, although some report it changing slightly, suggesting that it’s a sensor on the motherboard close to the CPU heatsink that doesn’t properly measure. If you’re going to be doing a lot of writes to the SSDs, you should get ones with a high write lifetime, e.g. so does exist any BIOS mod to run that feature? Sorry. So guess it’s a combatability between ESXi and some Win OS’s. You have to think about where to lay your power cable for the 2,5″ HDD though, as HP seemed to intentionally have constructed this bay to only house its own products… ;-) Well, I’ve went with RAID 10 now that I can’t choose RAID 5. Run 2012 R2 as Hyper-V host. If you don’t mind a DIY solution my latest Supermicro build https://b3n.org/supermicro-x10sdv-f-build-datacenter-in-a-box/ has the same form factor as the Gen8 Microserver using Intel’s new Xeon D. It is a pricey build but with 8 physical broadwell cores and up to 64GB 128GB memory it offers a lot of power in one box and very little power consumption. HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8. Runs in Raid1 for my OS, which is Hyper-V 2012R2. For people running ESXI, have you been able to pass the Intel AHCI SATA controller using VT-d ? Lack of support for 32GB is very frustrating, with a Xeon in and SSD for VMs its a very capable machine. I have four disks, so RAID 6 is not an option, unless disks plugged in using USB can count in and be set up in RAID? What am I doing wrong, or what am I missing? EUR 499,00. And how about installation of 2012 R2 on the ODD disks, did you install through provisioning or just directly? P410 can also be managed by bios and HP software on the Gen8. Runs perfectly fine. Planing on installing Server 2012 R2 and play around with that. but it should work with a PCIe videocard and a good cpu no ? I have a third 2012 as DC for other domain as well :¨). Frank, you are welcome to mail me or add me to Messenger. How have you guys installed either a SSD or ODD? The only thing it has that the 1270 doesn’t is hd graphics which the Microserver probably won’t use. – 1x Samsung 840 EVO 120GB (In ODD Bay) HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 X3216, 8 GB-U, 4LFF, … The issue with most adapters is they don’t keep the SATA connectors in the correct location for the hot swap bays. I’ve had trouble connecting to the b3n.org site over several days. It’s hard riding the bleeding edge! Hp Microserver Gen8 Xeon - Die Favoriten unter allen verglichenenHp Microserver Gen8 Xeon! You can run raid 6 with 4 discs if you want to. I’m looking forward to what the market will bring in the Microserver realm. 2 Notifications. 2x8GB Kingston KVR16E11/8 I would like to know 120i controller (HP Dynamic Smart Array RAID) is real hardware raid or not? But if you notice the site going down a lot feel free to drop another comment to let me know. I just upgraded the Graphic Card in my Hp Proliant gen8 microserver. NobertK, it is not possible to install 2x 16GB ram blocks. Preisvorschlag senden - HP MicroServer Gen8, Xeon E3-1265Lv2 16GB RAM, SmartArray P410+Bat, ohne DVD+HDD. My home server is a HP Proliant Microserver Gen 8, which is modestly powerful and runs everything I need at home in a fairly compact footprint without … I’m using the same DIMM sticks with a Xeon 1220 V2 and they are recognized as genuine HP DIMM. I have an Akasa K25 cpu fan bolted on and wired to share the PWM speed control of the rear chassis fan.. Interestingly, the iLO reports a CPU temp of 40celcius. Welche Faktoren es beim Bestellen Ihres Hp Microserver Gen8 Xeon zu analysieren gilt! Given the increasing need for high performance and rapid capacity expansion, the HP Dynamic Smart Array Controllers offer: Still investigating 2. That’s all I can think of now, for bitlocker there is no AES on the G1610T so you won’t have hardware assisted encryption. Thanks for the comment Skelzer, the cpu you’re getting is probably the best option considering tdp and speed. Wir begrüßen Sie als Interessierten Leser auf unserer Webpräsenz. And no heat issues at all. Hey Frank. As you say, it just ticks along fine giving fantastic VM performance & responsiveness. I’ve updated the post to show a list of processors that should be compatible along with the TDP rating (stock heatsink is designed for 35 watts). http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetDocument.aspx?docname=4AA4-7034ENW&doctype=data%20sheet&doclang=EN_US&searchquery=&cc=dk&lc=da, Just want to share my setup with you guys. and what software did you run on linux to monitor cpu temperatures? i’m in the same situation.. i cannot choose a raid setup.. i have 4x 2tb hdd and i was thinking about raid5 setup.. what should i choose? – 1x Kingston 8GB ECC DDR3 1600 System Specific Memory Model KTH-PL316E/8G I’m using the b120i with the e3-1230v2 and my unit is v quiet. I am looking forward your feedback regarding your CPU fan percentage as I am also willing to buy such Xeon and noise is a concern. Hmm, 4 internal and 4 external as stated by EDBPriser: http://www.edbpriser.dk/i-o-hub-og-kort/hp-smart-array-p222-512-with-fbwc-id-6721241.aspx, 1 internal and 1 external as stated by HP: http://h30094.www3.hp.com/product.aspx?sku=10389147&pagemode=ca. Original aus Microserver gen8, HP zertifiziert. At least here in Denmark! the HP ProLiant Gen8 doesn’t allow hot-plug, i’m i right? I guess “quiet” is a relative thing. The best way to do VT-d is to pass a RAID controller to the VM, I’ve use the IBM ServerRaid M1015 flashed into IT mode which is less than $100 on eBay. Hp Gen8 Microserver - Nehmen Sie dem Liebling unserer Experten. Again, your input would be most appreciated. If I should have any questions not quite relevant, I will sure write you :O) Thankz again. Else go for HP ESXi version 5.0 which include needed drivers for handling fan speed. I ran VMWare on the G1610T before swapping the processor (I think you’ll be happier with VMWare, I’ve tried both and Hyper-V is not easy to setup, it really wants a domain controller, I finally got it to work without one and the disk performance on Ubuntu servers was considerably slower). Does it have a JBOD ability? This may or may not matter to you. VMware ESXi booted just fine (I used the version provided by HP). I bought a converter from “floppy” to sata and just fitted a molex instead of sata – I needed some molex’s :) Will this work? 1. It seems like it’s handled by the C204 chipset’s PCH. Are you perhaps sure about this? 3Gbit is more than enough to populate combined bandwidth from your raid setup. If you want to run a heavy database server or run 100 users off an Exchange server you might want the faster processor. I’ve already researched it, but those servers that had a similar issue use different components and are more high end. (1 n40l & an overkill AMD 8320,32GB beast!) FBWC, on the other hand, works differently. My fan has never ever been at 6%. I then purchased a generic version of the orginal fan (AFB1212SH) for around £14 on ebay, this arrived a few days later.. i rewired the HP connector once again to this fan.. expecting it to work just the same as the original however i kept getting “fan not detected” on boot and the system kept shutting down.. so, i then took apart the new AFB1212SH, pulled out the bearings and the fan head itself and replaced the original fans components wiith these ones… rewired the HP Connector back to the original fan …, plugged in everything and pressed the power button…. Reinstalling 5.1 fixed the passthrough for the USB 2.0 ports. Looks like a great clean solution. Beim Hp Proliant Microserver Gen8 Xeon Test sollte der Gewinner bei allen Eigenarten gewinnen. The P222 also has an external SAS (other plug I think) which can connect to an external enclosure to add more drives to it. ;), You’re welcome. Until Kingston releases 16GB UDIMM Dual or Single Rank (Not Quad rank), there is no possibility in getting 32GB of RAM. Explore gifts for you, for them, and for everyone. Room for other testbeds though. 1) the Xeon chip we’re using has a tdp 35-ish degrees hotter so a larger or more actively cooled heatsink will help. Has it stopped working? I picked mine up on ebay for about $170. The ACPI Thermal Zone does however measure the CPU’s package temperature (x86_pkg_temp) . Cheers. Hope it will be solved soon. Firts of all, many thanks for this great info resource you shared here, It helped a lot. Are you sure the server even uses the Intel graphics? Would it matter? I currently have a N40L and waiting untill the Gen8 is availible in my country. This entry shows up 3 times, then 13 hours after the third occurrence I get: But this was only a day after the initial license install (and less than a week after it was generated at HP’s web site). Has 2 Exchange Servers and 2 DC’s. Filip, hi, Is it possible to mount a harddrive anywhere else in the microserver? No load, with drives spun down is about 50W, but 10W of that is just the HBA card. Here’s something people may feel interested. The Celeron won’t do VT-d, you’ll need a Xeon E3 to do passthrough (VMDirectIO). Anyway I’ve changed processor to the more expensive :( e3-1265lv2 to play it safe.

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