These are my notes on installing a brand new Framework Laptop (Batch 9) for a nephew of mine. It is the model with 11th Gen Intel Core.
This is my braindump on installing
cephadm on CentOS Stream 9.
While I use a QNAP TS-473A for my tests plus 2 VMs, the below applies to any machine or VM running CentOS Stream 9 FWIW: My installation and initial configuration is described in the post QNAP TS-473A with CentOS Stream 9.
So I cleanly took my QNAP TS-473A out of my existing Ceph Nautilus cluster again
(because I have enough combined capacity on my F5-422 nodes to be able to remove the OSDs in the TS-473A)
and installed Fedora Server 35 plus
cephadm from upstream.
I purchased a QNAP TS-473. This comes with a AMD Ryzen Embedded V1500B 4-core/8-thread @ 2.2 GHz CPU.
These are my notes from initial bringup.
As previously described, I had replaced the fans in my UniFi US-16-XG, but until today I had not put in any low noise adapters (LNA).
That changed today, I added two LNA NA-RC10 (8.3 m³/h, 12.2 dbA) because the switch is still the most noisy piece of equipment in my homelab.