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Ok, thanks! Makes sense.
I'm ignorant. I thought mdadm was purely software and doesn't care about things like intel raid hardware?
I figured that software RAID would be best for me since I don't have to worry about a controller dieing on me.
I've only ever used mdadm on Ubuntu. 12.04 LTS RAID 6 mdadm to be exact on my workstation with 5x 2TB disks. I need to re-read the posting because I've never heard of or used DMRAID. What am I...
Tons of VIM, Eclipse work for me in the past. Then we had to crank out some C#. I figured I'd hate everything about it. Goddamn if C# is livable and Visual Studio a fantastic IDE!
You are entirely correct. I totally missed the registered part of the memory I selected! Thanks for the clarification.
I'm wanting to build a tiny workstation for work. It must be mini-itx and support 32GB RAM. All mini-itx Z77 boards only have 2x 240 DIMM slots.
If I were to buy 2x 16GB DIMMs ala :...
He is kinda of a cunt.
This drama queen can't get his head out of his ass long enough to realize that statistically insignifigant results are still results. Any sane person would see that there is an...
This thread is yet another example of how bad Phoronix needs more active mods. Between the off topic banter and piss poor atitude of so many posters, its getting really hard to find relevant...
Suuuuuure, you're just hoping Apple sends you some hardware. (joking) ;)
I havent had time to scour this page, but is there a bootable CD that could be used to run PTS?
I benchmarked my i7 3820 against it.
Whoops! That should have been 4.3GHz not 4.6GHz!!!
He doesn't need to provide bug reports. Its well established that the Catalyst drivers are quite buggy.
Unity on 12.04 Ubuntu is something I really like. Ohh well. It's pretty easy to use. I like being able to search for applications and filter what I want. KDE put me off by being too much like a toy,...
I built this server a long while back and never got around to benchmarking it. Its a file and VM server running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with KVM. All VMs run on an array of SSDs while file service is on a...
Thanks for the info!
Dude, thats Solid State Drive Disk, not repetitive like your other two examplese... idiot!