HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Management. This is set to be one of our shortest management sections. On the HPE MicroServer Gen8 , the company had iLO management onboard. That meant a user had access to a full suite of remote management tools. With the HPE MicroServer Gen10, one does not have access to iLO.
HP Microserver 1x Intel Celeron G1610T processor2x 4GB ECC RAM2x WD RED 1TB HDD2x Sandisk Ultra 2 240GB SSDWindows server 2012 R2 Foundation HP ROKDrivers: h.
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Need to install OS. From Bios (American Megatrends V2.18.1263) Advanced -> Boot Option -> changed the boot mode to Legacy only for configuring RAID 1 (Only 2 hard drives in the system). Marvell Raid on chip controller. When restart the server and. To become fully operational you’ll need drives (up to four can be installed) and the usual collection of peripherals, such a mouse, keyboard and monitor. What you also don’t get is an OS, so those wanting Windows Server will have a much larger bill for that option, though you could put FreeNAS on it at no cost whatsoever.
You may have read my previous blog post, covering an initial overview of the HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8. I’m still very happy with the hardware as a whole, but had some.
Unfortunately, as I have discovered, with the Gen8 in SATA AHCI mode and on-board RAID disabled, you can't boot directly off the 5th SATA device (the SSD in my case). I found a useful guide here on how to install grub on a USB, which can be used to boot from which then points to the SSD. Everything works.
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