Reviews and Problems with HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8
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Excellent Home Lab/Server
Justin V., Newegg
30 June 2015
Summary: I'd purchase another one if I had a need for it.
Pros: I really like the form factor of the unit. They use barely any electricity. In my area, it will cost around 3 dollars to power for the entire year. Bought the xeon configuration and cant complain about much. I use it for software development/media server/backup. Handles everything smoothly. Super...
Cons: There is no documentation on setting up or logging into the standard ILO4 portal that is included without a subscription.
Summary: This one is really ncie small server, powerful enough to run my home lab and quiet enough to keep it in my home office. 4G may not be ideal especially if you run a lot of services, but for $100 I got extra 8G and now it is almost perfect fit for my need.
Summary: There is no excuse for not properly listing an item. I was watching this item for a week or so. Since it was been sold by TigerDirect, I thought it would be exactly the same item as below. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?
Summary: I've only had this in service for a few weeks, but so far so good. Running CentOS 6.5 in a RAID 1 with a hotspare PROS Fast, energy efficient, quiet - Fast. Much faster than the 3Ghz Core2Duo desktop-chip-based server that this replaced, even with the lower clock speed and the limitations of a low...
Summary: Super Server, sehr leise und ausreichend kräftig genug für einen DC. Habe den Speicher von 2GB auf 8GB erhöht, was noch einen Performance-Schub gegeben hat. Mit Windows Server 2012 Standard läuft der Server super. Der nächste HP Server Gen8 wird mit VMServer bestückt.