williamv

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    data topics, Docker, Kubernetes, Postgres, SQL Server, Azure, Go, Svelte, Python3, Nanopi M4, Raspberrypi, Airquality ppm, nature, outdoors, hiking

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  1. williamv

    NanoPI M4

    true for the 5v gpio. i put a small 5/3.3v fan on the 3.3v gpio. that does powerdown with the os, without cord disconnect. see earlier picture. silent and enough cooling for my usage. ali charmoon fan
  2. williamv

    NanoPI M4

    received my nvme board and ssd this week, here is my iozone results. FriendlyArm Nanopi M4v1 4GB board NVME board Armbian Buster Desktop Kernel 5.4.28 Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB Tom's hardware favorite iozone -e -I -a -s 100M -r 4k -r 16k -r 512k -r 1024k -r 16384k -i 0 -i 1 -i 2 random random kB reclen write rewrite read reread read write 102400 4 97170 133733 155927 156368 61290 133851 102400 16 254791 325694 337906 339478 134043 323214 102400 512 669920 744732 662990 674603 558387 670433 102400 1024 658770 710258 677015 705205 627108 776480 102400 16384 820732 824027 727671 731739 722866 821623 Power consumption is up from 5.5-6.5watts for 2 and with 1024 and 16384 for 3 watts up to 9.5watts. Not bad for a lame SBC. I use with Postgres, Timescaledb and Grafana in Docker containers.
  3. williamv

    NanoPI M4

    with your samsung ssd i would expect a bit more. Have you tried the 5.4 kernel? (check other download options)
  4. williamv

    NanoPI M4

    just shared in another post on this forum my NVME iozone results for my Nanopi M4v1 with 1TB XPG SX8200 Pro. 800000+kBytes/sec both read and write. specially for @NicoD some pictures. I power with 4a adapter. Self designed and 3d printed cabrio case, that does not fit well now with nvme board.
  5. williamv

    williamv

  6. received my nvme board and ssd this week, here is my iozone results. FriendlyArm Nanopi M4v1 4GB board NVME board Armbian Buster Desktop Kernel 5.4.28 Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB iozone -e -I -a -s 100M -r 4k -r 16k -r 512k -r 1024k -r 16384k -i 0 -i 1 -i 2 random random kB reclen write rewrite read reread read write 102400 4 97170 133733 155927 156368 61290 133851 102400 16 254791 325694 337906 339478 134043 323214 102400 512 669920 744732 662990 674603 558387 670433 102400 1024 658770 710258 677015 705205 627108 776480 102400 16384 820732 824027 727671 731739 722866 821623 Power consumption is up from 5.5-6.5watts for 2 and with 1024 and 16384 for 3 watts up to 9.5watts. Not bad for a lame SBC. I use with Postgres, Timescaledb and Grafana in Docker containers. for comparison AMD 2400G 4core 8threads 16GB chipset B450 Ubuntu x64 19.10 same Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB (Tom's hardware favorite ssd) random random kB reclen write rewrite read reread read write 102400 4 144513 216320 241256 236970 66484 215549 102400 16 448188 574793 656962 656931 158353 540697 102400 512 1683490 2117105 2339984 2365333 1433510 2101844 102400 1024 2222656 2286992 2496830 2492757 1728386 2334008 102400 16384 2686474 2725813 2885275 2979645 2786154 2710795
  7. nice step by step docker install in this article on scaleway.com successful installed on my Friendlyarm Nanopi M4 with 4GB ram, latest Armbian as of aug2019. step 4 pre reqs were all there already and up to date. step 6 see the note on arm64. i run postgresql, nodered and grafana containers. happy docking
  8. and then there is Raspberrypi 4 that changes everything.
  9. williamv

    NanoPI M4

    linux newbe. just installed latest armbian from sd to mmc, configured wifi on my new nanoPi M4 2MB. Will do NodeJS dev and Docker. Thought NanoPi M4 board supports 4K HDMI desktop? But looks like 1920x1080 is highest possible resolution. With FriendlyArm Ubuntu 18.04 same result. Update; found looking at MickMake's NanoPI Neo4 review #251 NanoPi NEO4: Smallest RK3399 SBC. What is real? less /var/logs/Xorg.0.log xrandr --newmode "3840x2160"x0.0 297.00 3840 4016 4104 4400 2160 2168 2178 2250 +hsync +vsync xrandr --addmode HDMI-1 "3840x2160x0.0" xrandr –output HDMI-1 –mode "3840x2160x0.0"