[zfs-discuss] Lost data from a RAIDZ2
guspaz at gmail.com
guspaz at gmail.com
Tue Oct 22 20:22:18 EDT 2013
For some bizarre reason, all of Intel's Haswell i3 chips support ECC.
They'd actually probably make pretty good CPUs to put in a ZFS box. Apart
from only being dual-core, the i3-4340 (
is no slouch. 3.6 GHz Haswell ain't half bad.
Some of their embedded chips support ECC too, but most of them are meant
for soldering and not sockets. The only one left of note is probably
the i5-4570TE... it's a bunch slower than most i3 chips, so the only real
advantage that it's a 35W TDP part that supports turbo (with a max turbo
speed of 3.3).
On Thursday, October 17, 2013 5:33:59 AM UTC-4, Gordan Bobic wrote:
> ECC is no longer a motherboard feature but a CPU feature. Non Xeon Intel
> CPUs generally don't support ECC (there are some exceptions but relatively
> few) - and Xeons are expensive.
> Just about all AMD CPUs support ECC RAM (including HP microservers, which
> are dirt cheap), however, so for budget servers AMD is probably the way
> > wrote:
>> On Thursday 17 October 2013 10:00:44 Roger Bell_West wrote:
>> > Alas, no. I was originally planning for ECC but couldn't find a
>> > sanely-priced mainboard that would support it.
>> Most asus mainboards support ECC RAM. There have been discussions an this
>> before. Not all of them have support listed in the specs as far as I
>> > Looks as if I need to bite the bullet and swap it out for an ECC
>> > mainboard, doesn't it?
>> Or first test if ECC RAM is working in your current mainboard?
>> Markus Köberl
>> Markus Koeberl
>> Graz University of Technology
>> Signal Processing and Speech Communication Laboratory
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