Bob Plankers of The Lone Sysadmin comments:
We use the Dell Internal Dual SD module (IDSDM) for our VMware ESXi hosts. It works great, and saves us a bunch of money per server in that we don’t need RAID controllers, spinning disks, etc. Ours are populated with two 2 GB SD cards from the factory, and set to Mirror Mode in the BIOS.
With small flash devices becoming more common as OS boot partitions, it’s always a good idea to know how to change one in case of failure. Read on to see how Bob takes care of that on his end.
Read more at: How to Replace an SD Card in a Dell PowerEdge Server
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