I have a #Zotac Mini that runs for years now, so I thought I'd look into these again and found they also have some without fan. Industrial style type computer I would say.
What do you think about this one here:
ZOTAC ZBOX PRO Nano ZP-CI329NANO-BE Barebone Intel Celeron N4100 2 DDR4
I would want to run #linux headless on it and would use it for various of site things.
Let me know if you have a spare #RPi laying around, I will help you to set it up if you need help.
The connection got interrupted when the update routine of #Raspbian was asking if I want to keep the old config.
Setting up raspberrypi-kernel (1.20190819-1) ... Removing 'diversion of /boot/bcm2708-rpi-b-plus.dtb to /usr/share/rpikernelhack/bcm2708-rpi-b-plus.dtb by rpikernelhack
This mean the Pi won't run anymore when I reboot it I guess. I had a similar problem a while ago, this part of the update process is not well done. :-(
Here is the repository folder which contains borg backup
Any ideas what I can do?
How can I find out what happened, I have a #Raspian with systemd, so journalctl is the first thing that came to my mind.
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Yesterday I tested it with writing 1GB of data from /dev/urandom to a file on the drive, which was then indexed by my synchronization tool, which then was sending the file to another server. The writing and indexing of the file worked well, but sometime during the reading/sending the file over to the other computer the disk must have been disconnected. On this external disk there is some volumes mounted to different paths of the pi. Three different mount points, two went away, not sure if the third was still readable or writeable.
Any tips on how to localize the problem? I have a Wifi dongle connected to the USB as well, so if the power is not enough I guess it might also disturb the USB wifi, so which logs can tell me if and when the USB devices disconnected?
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