HP SMART ARRAY P410 DRIVER
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True Number of Ports: I’ll use anything that will keep the fan noise whisper quiet: SATA drives will downshift speed to 3.
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WD RED are awfully slow I did look for some sort of official compatibility list, but given the age of my gear. Sign up using Facebook. Our requirements are cheap, reliable, and far third, lots of storage space.
False Primary Boot Volume: None And here’s the WD red physical drive details: You don’t have to pay retail. Dont fight the fed, for the cost differential just get the vendor hardware. As expected for the lower rotational speed, the WD Reds operate more slowly.
Disabled Total Cache Size: Not just spinning up and booting, but also being happily monitored by the system with or without needing drivers. Can anyone with experience with the Pi and SATA drives share their experience – which models are -known- to work. Being sjart small company, we have scanty budget, but also flexibility.
Here is some example output from ssacli ctrl all show config detail with some details obscured to show how they compare to HP branded SATA drives. Data Drive Interface Type: True Current Temperature C: False Shingled Magnetic Recording Support: Operating system and smaet making no difference.
They each came with 4 x 2.
HP Smart Array P410
I’m not an experienced hardware guy FYI, but I’ve spent a week of late nights googling and experimenting to get to here. Post as a guest Name.
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None Logical Drive Label: Data LD Acceleration Method: Even with the physical block size change, it operates fine for bulk storage. At this point, after googling numerous articles about HP fan noise, I was getting worried.
This is what it seems to me so far:. Idle Parallel Surface Scan Supported: I hope the fans remain silent: