Posts by G3n3r0s0

    I am having similar errors and it is due to salt.


    If I check file "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/salt/utils/path.py" at line 265

    Code: /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/salt/utils/path.py
    if not isinstance(exes, collections.Iterable):


    that should use collections.abc to work without warnings.


    I believe salt team should make a complete rework on this area.
    Or OMV may try to ignore DeprecationWarning.


    Regards,
    Gabriele

    Hi,


    here the output file
    http://ix.io/1m5p


    and below totals.


    @Stramm, your configuration is very interesting, 4205 was a serious option, but was not in my budget. I will comment later.


    Memory performance:
    standard memcpy : 4086.8 MB/s
    standard memset : 4045.5 MB/s (0.1%)



    Cpuminer total scores (5 minutes execution):
    17.30,17.28,17.27,17.26,17.25,17.24,17.22,17.21,17.20,17.18,17.17,17.16,17.15,17.14,17.13,17.12,17.11,17.10,17.09,17.08,17.07,17.06,17.05,17.03,17.02,17.01,17.00,16.99,16.95,16.90,16.58,16.56



    7-zip total scores (3 consecutive runs):
    7003,7003,7008



    OpenSSL results:
    type 16 bytes 64 bytes 256 bytes 1024 bytes 8192 bytes 16384 bytes
    aes-128-cbc 316649.82k 494317.61k 549095.85k 586563.93k 597407.06k 597934.08k
    aes-128-cbc 316304.14k 490763.37k 549233.07k 586658.47k 596929.19k 598491.14k
    aes-192-cbc 281071.98k 387220.80k 464883.46k 491654.83k 499324.25k 500312.75k
    aes-192-cbc 288168.99k 386304.62k 461889.19k 492381.53k 499067.56k 499733.85k
    aes-256-cbc 242770.45k 335505.07k 402155.35k 423486.81k 429331.80k 429735.94k
    aes-256-cbc 263030.98k 349985.56k 403909.21k 423625.39k 429400.06k 429583.02k



    Hi Thomas,


    I registered here to participate to this forum... so, deal accepted :-)


    I run the script, during the execution it shows several errors at line 164:
    sbc-bench.sh: line 164: /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/cpuinfo_cur_freq: No such file or directory


    The output of the script has been uploaded to ix.io server, do you want me to share the URL with you?
    I didn't monitor the energy consumption, am I allowed to run the script whenever I want? I can exclude the upload of the data.


    Thanks and regards,
    Gabriele

    Hi,


    this is my first NAS, target was to build a custom device comparable to Synology ds216j in terms of cost and energy efficiency, but with better performance and extensibility.


    I choose ASRock J3455-ITX for cost, low-power and 4 SATA3 ports. Here the list of components:



    ItemPrice (EUR)
    Dealer
    be quiet! PC- Netzteil Be Quiet System Power B8 300W bulk Cod. BN25631,00Italian Internet Store
    MB Intel ASRock J3455-ITX M-ITX, 2xD3 1866 USB3 SATA3 Cod. 90-MXB3W0-A0UAYZ72,60Italian Internet Store
    memory SO D3 1600 4GB C11 Kingston 1x4GB Value Ram, 1,35/1,5V Cod. KVR16LS11/433,00Italian Internet Store
    Western Digital HDD int. 3,5 4TB WD WD40EZRZ, Blue SATA 6Gb/s 5400rpm 64MB Cod. WD40EZRZ92,80Italian Internet Store
    Italian Internet Store Shipping6,90Italian Internet Store
    Cooler Master Elite 130 case42,99Amazon
    Cooler Master Elite 130 case-5,00Amazon
    Sandisk Cruzer Edge 16GB (USB 2.0)8,00Local store
    TOTAL282,29




    I installed Debian 9.5 and latest OMV 4.1.10 (Arrakis) on USB stick.The only app is Tiny Tiny RSS customized by me.
    In the next future I would like to implement a backup system for devices in my family (laptops, Android mobiles, etc.).


    Consumption is very low:
    - Off: 0.5W (only PSU is on and WOL enabled)
    - On: 15-17W
    - Heavy load: not tested yet


    Every day I startup (WOL) and shutdown.


    MB BIOS configuration

    • Advanced

      • Chipset Configuration

        • Primary Graphics Adapter: PCI Express
        • Deep S5: Auto
      • ACPI Configuration

        • PCIE Devices Power On: Enabled
    • H/W Monitor

      • CPU Fan 1 Setting: Automatic mode

        • Target CPU Temperature: 50 °C/122 °F
        • Target Fan Speed: Level 1
      • Chassis Fan 1 Setting

        • Chassis Fan 1 Temp Source: Monitor M/B
        • Target CPU Temperature: 50 °C/122 °F
        • Target Fan Speed: Level 1



    Cheers from Italy