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  1. не согласен - 8400 цена дороже чем на 8400T: https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_odkw=8400&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR12.TRC2.A0.H0.Xi5-8400.TRS0&_nkw=i5-8400&_sacat=0 Я T версии покупаю чтобы у меня по електричеству счёт был не $200 / месяц а $100 Вот где настоящая цена. Разница в производительности не большая: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/Intel-i5-8400T-vs-Intel-i5-8400-vs-Intel-i3-8100/3260vs3097vs3103 В 2019 году я 4 ядра не брал бы уже ели есть возможность. Так что 8100 мне лично не катит.
  2. я мануалку читал, вроди отнимает только SATA3_0 порт и только при установке SATA M.2. Про проц - я виртуалкой не занимался так что не могу сказать. Можно тогда не T версию брать - i5-8400 65 W будет тянуть + дополнительно за высокую частоту на всех процессорах. Тогда прийдется покупать дороже мать, что-то типа: https://www.newegg.ca/p/N82E16813157859?Item=N82E16813157859&Tpk=z390 Плюс прийдётся больше корпус брать, уже Node-304 будет нехватать так как там мало места для большого кулера. Проц будет нагрет постоянно с маленьким кулером так что рисковать не надо.
  3. Вот у меня сейчас такой сервак: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/xPHgb8 После нового года будет: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/tGYGL2 Z370M-ITX/AC отличная мать с 6х SATA + 1 M.2 NVME / SATA. Я пока лучше материнки не видел по портам. I5-8400T отличный проц - по статистике догоняет 4790k: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/Intel-i7-4790K-vs-Intel-i5-8400T/2275vs3260 Оверклоком я бы на NASе не занимался - надо чтобы машина тихо сидела и журчала. Тем более чтобы не тянула много електричества покупаем проц T версии.
  4. I'm running SHR1. The drives are marked, but I dont know how that will work out on the new motherboard because it's SATA layout has 6 ports instead of 4. Good that I already made a backup - I assume it might have some kind of problem. In any case I'll probably end up re-installing.
  5. so in general, you want everything for nothing. You cant expect a low power machine for $100. I would go for a used Prebuilt PC: https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=pc hp&_dcat=179&rt=nc&_mPrRngCbx=1&_udlo&_udhi=150 ^^^ anything from that list should do. It will be more power, but it will fit into your budget. I don't know driver-wise which one will fit, so you'll need to research that part. Find a couple of choices and see if anybody on the forum already has something like that.
  6. I dont think there is any Synology with a Thunderbolt 3 so your normal DSM probably doesnt even have those drivers in it. You have a better chance with 40Gbe NIC - ConnectX-4 Lx EN MCX4131A-BCAT You can find all the compatible NICs on Synology's Compatibility list: https://www.google.com/search?ei=pbDkXaf5F5LE0PEPu-yN6Ao&q=synology+compatible+nic&oq=synology+compatible+nic&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0i22i30.37473.42085..42251...0.2..0.82.1035.15......0....1..gws-wiz.......0i71j0i67j0i131i67j0j0i131j0i273.yvQiChzmaU0&ved=0ahUKEwjn357DrJbmAhUSIjQIHTt2A60Q4dUDCAs&uact=5
  7. Have you tried using SSH to renew? https://burgerhout.org/renew-lets-encrypt-certificate/ sudo /usr/syno/sbin/syno-letsencrypt renew-all
  8. Howdy, I'm planning to move to 8400T + ASRock H370M-ITX/AC from 6400T + MSI H110I PRO AC Mini. When I move the hard-drives - does the hard drive order matter? Do I need to write down which one goes first, second and so on? Also new motherboard will probably have a different HDD layout - I'm going to be using M.2 SATA in it which takes up SATA3_1 port on the motherboard. I already prepared a backup in case it goes bad, but just wanted to know if anybody had experience moving to new hardware?
  9. Synology is really dragging their feet with better hardware. I think they really put themselves into a corner with that hardware design - no better hardware can fit into that small box. So I dont expect better hardware in a small box from Synology. Their only choices will be low power celerons that have no PCI-E and only have 4 SATA connections. Intel is also here to blame - there are HUGE shortages of CPU's, so their 4000 series of Celerons is having the same issue. Qnap at this point just doesn't give any @#$'s and creates whatever size boxes it wants to fit the hardware. Problems with XPE is that you cant have them online, because each update is like having a major surgery. And if you dont have your box updated it's going to get hacked. At this point I'm considering switching to Unraid, but it looks like I'll have to become a linux head to do even basic stuff on it. PS: your best bet is to wait for DS1620XS which holds Xeon D-1527 + NVME + 2x 2.5Gbe lan ports, + PCI-E slot. It will cost you an arm and a leg though.
  10. I wonder if its possible to add Fail2Ban with https://www.abuseipdb.com/ integration. That would stop these attacks easy.
  11. Some good choices(from previous research): https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B076642YPN/?coliid=I1E785APTC8EG3&colid=3C6VY3V1QUSSQ&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B075Q66RKF/?coliid=I60HDBLQAHJFN&colid=3C6VY3V1QUSSQ&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B06XX4H997/?coliid=IGNMWOREKPQQK&colid=3C6VY3V1QUSSQ&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it https://www.amazon.ca/QSW-1208-8C-US-12-Port-Unmanaged-Switch-10GBASE-T/dp/B07CDJ9YGM/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=qnap+switch&qid=1575265964&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.ca/QSW-804-4C-US-8-Port-Unmanaged-Switch-10GBASE-T/dp/B07CRTJ223/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=qnap+switch&qid=1575265964&sr=8-2 Id go for one, but they are still in 500-700 zone. I also have SFP+ direct connection to NAS - its good enough for me now.
  12. yeah try SMB1 - it should work
  13. Try turning off SMB3 and turning on SMB1. From what I understand SMB3 is still "in the works" and it not a complete standard. When I did that it stabilized by speeds. Also WD Greens are not the most "premium" drives so they could be the culprit too.
  14. Hey guys, I'm trying to put Ubuntu on VMM, but whenever I launch it, it just stays in the console mode and doesnt go into GUI. Anybody experience this? Why is this happening? All the guides online dont have this issue. I assigned 3 CPU and 5GB ram, 50gb of space to it. I tried different versions of Ubuntu too - 18, 14 - same thing. What am I doing wrong?
  15. but does it actually work? Have you tested before and after?