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  1. My system isn't up and running yet, but my current installed, raw capacity at home is a total of about between 120-150 TB. Somewhere in there. I've lost count and it's been a while since I've audited all of my systems/servers, etc. The two new builds that I am targetting now is somewhere between 8-12 TB of pure NVMe SSD "cache" (of sorts) (using two or three Asus Hyper M.2 x16 cards and 8-12 Samsung 960 Pro 1 TB NVMe SSDs) that might sit "in front" of 12-16 10-14 TB drives. (So lowest capacity will be 120 TB raw, and highest will be 224 TB raw.) It'll depend on what's a
  2. Will this work? Or what about this? (I haven't gone through all of their stuff, but maybe these might help?)
  3. For those that are reading this now who might be new to the forum (such as myself) - if you are using Linux, you can set the port type on Mellanox Infiniband cards using the following procedure: 1. su to root (if you're running Ubuntu, etc. and root account is disabled by default, you can either enable the root account or you can use su -s) 2. Download and install the Mellanox Firmware Tools (MFT). 3. Find out the PCI device name: # mlxfwmanager --query That will query all devices and output the PCI Device Name, which you are going to need to set the
  4. Is the source absolutely required for it to be integrated into unRAID?
  5. In reading this thread, this is such a pity. I'm using Mellanox ConnectX-4 (100 Gbps 4x EDR Infiniband cards) and I was hoping to be able to run NVMe RAID so that it will be presented to my Infiniband network in my basement, at home, and running NVMeoF. But it looks like that is going to be a no-go with unRAID. I am not really sure why unRAID can't/doesn't do it because once you install MLNX_Linux_OFED drivers, and you assign an IP address (e.g. IPv4) to the IB devs, and you're running IPoIB, I don't really see why this couldn't work (or why you would speci