2011/11/11 Ian Collins <i...@ianshome.com>
> On 11/11/11 02:42 AM, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:
>>> boun...@opensolaris.org] On Behalf Of darkblue
>>> 1 * XEON 5606
>>> 1 * supermirco X8DT3-LN4F
>>> 6 * 4G RECC RAM
>>> 22 * WD RE3 1T harddisk
>>> 4 * intel 320 (160G) SSD
>>> 1 * supermicro 846E1-900B chassis
>> I just want to say, this isn't supported hardware, and although many
>> people will say they do this without problem, I've heard just as many
>> people (including myself) saying it's unstable that way.
> I've never had issues with Supermicro boards. I'm using a similar model
> and everything on the board is supported.
> I recommend buying either the oracle hardware or the nexenta on whatever
>> they recommend for hardware.
>> Definitely DO NOT run the free version of solaris without updates and
>> expect it to be reliable.
> That's a bit strong. Yes I do regularly update my supported (Oracle)
> systems, but I've never had problems with my own build Solaris Express
> I waste far more time on (now luckily legacy) fully supported Solaris 10
what does it mean?
I am going to install solaris 10 u10 on this server.it that any problem
and which version of solaris or solaris derived do you suggest to build
storage with the above hardware.
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