Having the photos and other data on a DVD would make them available still. Assuming you are using FreeNAS version 11 you didn’t say in your post above. Joined May 28, Messages 8, Thanks 1, That would make for an awful lot of dvd’s For what data you have given, I’d say the posting by BigDave it the resource I’d use, however you also are not familiar with what a Kernel is so this tells me that you are really looking for someone to just tell you what will work for your system. Click on the different files and below you will see the version numbers. Marvell offers a collaborative fast-paced environment where innovative ideas can really make a difference.
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You may search this FreeBSD hardware compatibility notes document to discover if the hardware you have is supported by the OS. You need to backup all the files you want to keep and of course all your configuration information, destroy the pool, add the new hard drives, create the new pool, restore your configuration, restore all your data.
This card “should” work in one of the X1 slots on your motherboard however I personally have not tested it in a X1 slot. The latest revision is great! This is not a quick task.
It wasn’t an option; Z77 meant new CPU too X58 is the last of the boardsso that wasn’t doable with the budget. I’ve updated to the latest non-beta drivers from Station-drivers and have the same problems no matter what. The photos and other personal files, if you are not already doing so, I’d periodically place those on DVD s because generally photos cannot be replaced and something can go wrong and you loose all your data.
If you wanted the second easiest way to add more storage then this is the way. I experienced no problems whatsoever in the download and installation. Click on the different files and below you will see the version numbers. I did update the Marvell firmware too, I think I went to 1.
Replaced some of the initial hard drives to expand to larger size. Joined May 2, Messages 6, Thanks 1, Found this highpoint rocketshould work according to an other thread. I’ve been trying to get it to work, but some people say it’s simply impossible.
I’ve tried basically every method I can possibly think of, but inevitably, after one or two successful boots into Windows, I get that 88se128 error, OR, I boot and it tells me CHKDSK needs to run and it proceeds to mark just about every file on the hard drive corrupt.
Cypherdude New Member Total Posts: I do not have an eVGA mobo. I have an Asus mobo.
Careers at Marvell Marvell offers a 88se91128 fast-paced environment where innovative ideas can really make a difference. Fell free to ask questions, let us know what you are thinking. The matching Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge also has many new features.
The revision number is 1. Either buy bigger drives, of find a way to attach more of them.
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You may already have marell scheme to implement a new set of hard drives but if not it would be helpful to know how much data you would like to store over the next 5 years. At this point, I figured, let’s buy a different one, which has been tested by other users. Don’t know much about how it works, just followed the manual, and it worked.
Assuming you are using FreeNAS version 11 you didn’t say in your post above. Basically, I’m drowning in information, most of it doesn’t even make sense to me.
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When you first boot up and see the Marvell Controller screen, you will see what hard drives the controller senses and what the BIOS version number is.
After you update these drivers and are booting your machine, at the point where you get a message stating the Marvell controller version, does it update to the latest version for you? There are many different options available for your situation, many people run into this besides you.
You need both and they are different. I’m currently bidding on a second hand server, Dell R, going to see how this turns out.