Parts To Fit Tyan Mboard And Supermicro Case

Jul 2, 2007

I got a good deal on the Supermicro SC822T-R550LPB case, and then bought a Tyan Motherboard(S3970).

Unfortunately, the IO shield that comes w/the board does not fit the case, and the one from the case does not fit the mboard. A set of FAN cables do not reach the mboard either. Does anyone know of any place that sells these parts?

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Tyan Motherboard With Supermicro Case

Jun 3, 2007

I purchased a Tyan S3970 (Tomcat h1000e) motherboard with a Supermicro SC820 Case, 'cuz I got a good deal on the combo. After I purchased it I realized that the back-cover does not match up, and the connector wires are short. (ie. The NIC/power LED wires do not reach the connector). Does anyone have a solution to this problem.

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Aug 10, 2009

I've been having a look at a lot of boards and Tyan seem to be beating Supermicro in terms of range at

I've seen some unique features with Supermicro such as Remote KVM and such built into the motherboard, but it only seems to be with the very pricey series unless I'm looking in the wrong direction

Anybody have any thoughts to share about which is the better manufacturer?

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Jan 14, 2008

does anyone know what desktop motherboard can it fit? prefer AMD desktop motherboard.

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Mar 17, 2008

is there any desktop motherboard that can hold 16GB of RAM and fit supermicro 1u case?

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Apr 10, 2009

Server Tyan Transport GT20 B5151
CPU P4 3.0GHZ HyperThreaded
memory 2GB Kingston RAM DDR400
3 hardisks 250 gb, 2 for raid, 1 spare

it seems very hard to install centos on this box, i cannot figure out how to do.

i used a network install, and first of all the grub loader gave an error.

i used all standard procedures for install.

i think its the raid controller messing up with it.

does somebody know or already has used such system with hardware raid controller and one spare hdd to install centos?

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Mar 7, 2008

Does any one try this mainboard?

I want to install CentOS 4.6 (x86_64), but most of ICH9R or ICH9 desktop board is not support CentOS 4.6.

If you are try it before, can you share your experience with me?

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Oct 8, 2007

If you know where to buy those modules, please let me know.

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Mar 10, 2007

I have here 3 servers of Tyan with M3291 IPMI boards installed. I hooked it up as per instructions of Tyan, but am unable to get it to work.

I have tried contacting Tyan about this, but after a few messages they stopped responding to my questions. I think they are convinced it is working with me....

The setup is;
- Ubuntu 6.1 x86_64
- System BIOS is the original version
- IPMI card is flashed with the correct firmware
- The network port which is shared with the IPMI card has a different IP address then the IPMI card.

Settings IPMI card:
box:~# ./uh8l -d
BMC Utility on Linux For M3291 version 0.9.1
Copyright 2003-2006 TYAN Computer Corp.
IPMI Ver: 2.0 Firmware Rev: 0.11 Vendor ID: 6653 Pdt ID: 5161
DHCP Disable
BMC IP Address:
MAC Address: 00:E0:81:42:4C:51
Net Mask:
Gate Way:
Broadcast ARP: Enable

This server has on the IPMI shared port the address ...
When I try to ping the IPMI board from the server itself or from a different server I get an incomplete address in the ARP table;
? ( at <incomplete> on eth2

(Also after pinging it for 1 minute...)

If I use the IPMI utilities I am unable to contact the board and do anything with the server....
I tried several settings of the IPMI board, including DHCP / ARP on and off...

Does anyone have this combination working, and how did you do this?

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Jun 22, 2009

I have an folder in my server, total size is about 5GB. I want to zip it and cut into 5 parts sized 1GB. Which command should i run.

After reading via google, i just found out run
zip -r homedir/
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May 20, 2007

i plan to buy some used 1750 and 1850 Dell servers and 2 new 1950. I need spare parts: I know i have to get Power Supply, Motherboard, headsink, and others (cdrom, floppy) from DEll, but what about hard drives, rams, cpu's? Can I get these things from outside companies such as buying the same technical specs SCSI harddrive from Seagate (which is generally cheaper) to replace failed harddrives in these Dell's? what about Rams (given same tech specs)? Will they fit!

i know building servers with SuperMicro case and server mobo, we can get generic parts. maybe we can go this route, but we need to know from those who have worked with Dells.

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Jul 21, 2007

I am building a server using two Clovertown E5320 processors for a project. I need some suggestions for a motherboard and memory. I have looked at some boards on Newegg, but I'm still unsure. I do not have a large budget for the motherboard, so the cheaper, the better.

If anyone has other processors they would go with alternatively I'm open to suggestions there as well. It was either going to be a single Clovertown (later to be two) or two AMD Opteron 2212's....

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Jun 12, 2007

I receive an email like this each day:

SUBJECT: Cron <root@deer> run-parts /etc/cron.daily ........

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Aug 4, 2009

Wondering what kind of storage hardware server builders are using to keep organized? I am currently storing HDD, RAM, PSU, CPUs, and other various parts on shelves and it gets disorganized and messy very quick.

I found this product for HDD and may order some to help organize HDDs:

Anyone know of similar products or good shevling / cabinets that are computer parts friendly?

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Htaccess Ban Parts Of Hostname

Dec 6, 2007

IP changes all the time. but one thing that doesnt change is the last part of his hostname. '' how can I ban this? I want for example ban on *

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Jun 19, 2007

I'm wanting to build a little custom server just to do test and things at the house. I plan on buying all the parts for this at

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Jul 28, 2008

any way to find out how many surfers are on your website simultaneously / concurrently.

i have download site, scripts site and a forum on the same dedicated server using the same domain name. the forum tells me i have xxx number of users online... is there a way to find out how many surfers there are on the download and scripts part of the site?

i tried
ps -aux |grep httpd

but it shows significantly lower numbers than i can see on the forum. and i havent added the script and download parts of the site.

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Oct 12, 2012

I am trying to set up a reverse proxy to the application Surveillance Station on my Synology NAS. Altough the reverse proxy works ok for other apps like Webadmin, Download Station and such, parts of the Surveillance Station app do not work, particulary the Live View & Time Line.

From the logs, I suspect an authorisation problem (because of the 401), but I'm not sure. I have tried ProxyPreserveHost on, ProxyVia full, and some rewrite rules, but I'm not sure what I'm doing Direct access to the port of the app works (i.e., so i know it has something to do with the reverse proxy.

a snippet of my httpd-vhost.conf-user:

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Jun 25, 2008

can you tell me of a few distribuitors/wholesale to get parts from for building a few 1U servers. I would like to find Supermicro cases/motherboards but if they are general computer parts I guess they work.

I know INGRAM Micro has a program to get discount or something, but haven't researched much about it.

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Dec 20, 2007

Using Red Hat EL4 with Apache 2

Is there any way to setup the server to ignore case-sensitivity? For example:

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[url] or

Regardless of what is upper or lower case that it goes to the same directory.

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Case Fans

Apr 12, 2007

Got a question about cases fans but know someone will have a laugh at me about this.

We have recently moved from 1u supermicro cases to matx cases to lower the general server cost. We realised that we wouldnt fill 2/3 of a rack if we used 1u (16 amps power would be hit) and it was just logical to use matx.

One worry is the heat factor so was looking at some powerful fans. The one place I know where to get them from is our dyanatron supplier but I am left very confused. You always see on fans they use 0.3amp/12v (for example) but how much does that work out to be at the final power usage? this goes for the same in watts. Are fans something you have to worry about in the long run or do they make a non exsiting dent into a racks amp usage?

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Sep 26, 2007

I figured this would be the place to ask this question as the parts Im using are ex-server :-))..

Basically, I've purchased an old dual xeon board with matching xeons and I'm after a case. However the motherboard is EATX, and dosent seem to fit any of my ATX cases.

So, what case should I go for? Im trying to make it a cheap as possible.. Also I live in the UK.

I saw, this case. I figured for that price I cant go wrong. But will it fit an EATX?

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In Case You're Considering Plesk Upgrade To 8.2

Jul 14, 2007

upgrade fails often with severe issues.

My server had issues and it took me 3 days to solve it.

Plesk gives only paid support and not wanting to pay them more then the license I just bought 2 months ago I read the forum threads and found a work around that finally worked.

If you are considering to upgrade - please check out their forums for issues first as it's very common to have them...

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1U 4xHD Case For PDSMI+?

Feb 23, 2007

I'm planning on replacing my current celery server with Core 2 Duo using PDSMI+ board. My colo contract is for a 1U, so I need a 1U case. I'm looking for a cheap 4 SATA hotswap case for it.

Anyone know of any other case that fits the requirement and is cheaper than the SC813MT-300C chassis? (looks like going price for this case is just over $250.)

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Oct 6, 2009

I have a 6RU rackmount server cabinet, which I am putting a 1RU server inside.

I am wanting to put some fans in the metal cabinet, to bring in cool air, and let out warm air.

Does anyone know where you can find these sorts of fans?

Because the server inside the rack cabinet is closed, I can't use a fan with a Molex connector.

I haven't seen any case fans that use a usb connector, or just a normal power outlet connector.

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Sep 19, 2008

I'm reeling right now after my shared hosting has been down for more than 24 hours (and this isn't one of the super-cheapies, it's in the $20-$30/month range)

In the future I'd really like to be protected against this kind of outage... I know downtime is inevitable with any host, so I'm wondering if it's possible to have some kind of failover system. Maybe I could get a second account with a bargain basement host (<$10/month) and keep it relatively up to date with a mirror of my site. But I don't know how I could manage the DNS so it went to the second host in the even of a failure on the first....

Does this kind of redundancy exist as some product in the industry that I don't know about (is that what "colocation" is?)? Is it likely that my host has the ability/willingness to redirect my domain (302 or something) in times of trouble like this?

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Jun 22, 2008

I am moving one of my site from windows to centOS hosting. The problem is that the new server is case sensitive for folders and file names. I had all my folders in capital letters previously and also all my links inside pages(

I have nearly 1000 pages and most of them are indexed in google in this format

Now i have renamed all my folders, files and links inside the files to absolute lowercase.

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Dec 17, 2008

What is the worst case scenario that one can face if they switched all the sudden from mysql 4.1 to mysql 5 ? Are both similar to each other? Anyone have experiences to share maybe as to what happened when you switched from 4.1 to 5?

I am kinda worried as to breaking up sites and wrecking havoc (i got bunch of wordpress blogs, vb forums, smf forum and phbb too)

Also what can one expect if moving from say 4.1 based hosting to version 5 based hosting ? Say if someone has backup from 4.1 version and they try to restore it on a host with 5?

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Feb 25, 2013

I setup Apache 2.2.21 on a Win7 (32-Bit) Desktop with SVN 1.5.6 and WebSVN 2.3.3.

My problem lies with navigating to view the repository thru websvn.

I only want my users to be able to access the websvn thru this url, 'myservername/websvn' but they are able to access it thru other variations of the url, eg.'myservername/WebSvn', 'myservername/wEbSvN', 'myservername/WebSVN'.

I am using CheckCaseOnly but it still does not solve the problem. Here's the code of my config file for websvn,

#Alias /websvn/ "C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs/websvn/"
<Directory /websvn/> Options FollowSymLinks CheckCaseOnly on
#Redirect any requests to this page to the page u want FallbackResource listing.php Order allow,deny Allow from all <IfModule mod_php4.c>

[Code] ....

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