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  1. Forgot about this thread. Here's an update on my main machine. Maxed out the case back in June. I had to clearance the floor a bit to get the last GPU in.
  2. 10Gb networking makes pretty quick work of transferring data around. I'll probably spin up a temporary 6-8TB SSD RAID-0 to pull the data off the server, add the old drives to the new storage pool, and then it's just a local rsync to put the data in the new storage pool. Since I purged a bunch of stuff off my current file server to cold archives, I should be able to get everything moved in 2 batches.
  3. Looks like it is actually an issue with some things I have disabled in Firefox. Last test was using Safe Mode, but that only disables add-ons, and doesn't reset any about:config changes. I just wiped my profile, and image upload works fine. Thanks for testing.
  4. Looks like maybe just a Linux issue. I'll reload a fresh empty profile and test. *Edit* No change with a bone stock empty Firefox profile.
  5. Same result using drag and drop or the file uploader. What's weird is that it was working fine before and just randomly stopped.
  6. Uploading images to posts is broken on Firefox. I made an album and uploading images to the album works, but images uploaded to a post seem to break. I disabled all add-ons for testing and the results were the same. Image upload works as expected using Chromium. OS - Arch Linux Browser - Firefox 83.0 (same issue existed on Firefox 82.xx) Firefox: Chromium:
  7. Nothing too exciting, just making up some new cables for the drives. I will be starting to backup/transfer the data on the current server and start migrating the data to the new drive setup this weekend.
  8. Not much happening other than continuing some extended testing. Right now I'm doing some misc performance/reliability testing on btrfs, and trying to decide what the final storage layout will be. Also, I'll be going with a 200mm Noctua fan in the front panel of the case, which will hopefully move enough air to keep things cool. Only thing that I might need to address temp wise is the VRMs. With the goal being silence I'd rather not add a fan mid case to cool the VRMs. The server will see fairly high load compiling and running test applications, but with
  9. If gaming (or a number of other workloads) is the #1 priority, then an NVIDIA GPU is really the only option that makes sense. In addition to the outright stellar performance, the ecosystem has many more bells and whistles than the bare-bones offerings from AMD. ¢¢
  10. Not sure with the current mix of gear, but maybe something like 19-20M ppd. It will probably be a bit before I can get a good estimate with everything folding, but I might give it a go in December. Unfortunately for F@H, I have a stack of AMD gear for testing ROCm, but I do have a few NVIDIA GPUs that can probably take a break from training to do a bit of folding in the next EHW race. :D
  11. Sandbagger. Too late to fire up some more GPUs. I'll have to get serious next month.
  12. Can't wait to have to jailbreak my x86 CPU. Security in silicon is a great idea until exploits and/or flaws are found. SGX is a nice dumpster fire, and I think it's on like round 40 of patches to try and plug it's holes to get it mainlined in the Linux kernel. This looks like another black box on top of the existing PSP and Intel ME, both of which have had more than a few security holes.
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