Sil3124 + Sil4726 PortMultipier and FreeBSD9
matheus at eternamente.info
Sat Dec 3 23:10:48 UTC 2011
On Sat, December 3, 2011 21:06, Garrett Cooper wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 3:01 PM, Nenhum_de_Nos <matheus at eternamente.info> wrote:
>> I've heard great things about sil3124 and FreeBSD 8+ (saw mav@ talking in lists and forum). But
>> I'm planning a home server, I already have an Atom board from Intel (old Atom 330), Soekris
>> 6501-70 and Sil3124 PCI. I saw that both ICH7 and NM10 can't deal with port multipliers, so my
>> focus is on the Sil3124 now. I heard from internet that Sil4726+SIl3124 got random resets,
>> although that was some time ago and on linux lists.
>> So as I'm about to buy the Port Multiplier, and as I'll run FreeBSD 9 on it, anyone here have
>> experiences on this regard and is willing to share ?
>> this is a small footprint server, I plan to have 6-8 disks and may become ZFS based.
>> I plan to buy this port multiplier http://www.addonics.com/products/ad5sahpm-ea.php
> What are your requirements (need compile toolchain, needs to be a
> fileserver, etc)?
Mail purpose is fileserver. As my current fileserver is underused, it also servers some mail
backup, svn, http and some other light use services. As a fileserver, it has a half dozen clients,
the other services, almost just me.
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