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.
My Jolla Tablet seems to have died.
jolla-tablet kernel: mmc0: Timeout waiting for hardware interrupt. [...] jolla-tablet kernel: mmc0: cache flush error -110 jolla-tablet kernel: end_request: I/O error, dev mmcblk0, sector 0 jolla-tablet kernel: mmc0: Timeout waiting for hardware interrupt.
While for my virtualisation needs I am firmly in the Red Hat camp, an article in ix 9/2021 piqued my interest.
Since I was on a week of ‘staycation’ and the T7910 was not in use, I decided to test Proxmox VE 7.0 on a Dell Precision T7910 tying in my existing Ceph Nautilus storage for both RBD and CephFS use.
After upgrading the memory of my ASUS PN50 to 64 Gib, it was installed as an OpenShift Container Platform (OCP4) worker node.
This is my braindump of using
virt-resize to migrate 3 OpenShift 4 master VMs’ qcow2 disk files, on a CentOS 7 hypervisor,
from 70G each in one libvirt storage pool to 150G each in another pool.