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How can I tell if my setup allows SATA hotplugging?

I have Asrock Z77 motherboard and Corsair RM750X PSU. I wonder if I could hot-plug my hard drives - for example Seagate ST2000DX001 2TB SSHD drive. Of course, I do know that I would need to unmount it ...
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CPU cores remain offline after hotplug

When my UPS triggers an "on-battery" event, I want all cores to switch off to conserve power. The PC has 8 cores on two chips, UPS batteries need replacement every 3 months because of high current ...
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Linux cpu hotplug not working as expected

I'm testing linux cpu hotpluging on normal desktop 8-core AMD machine. Problem seems that after onlining a CPU again taskset and kernel refuses to move and/or schedule any tasks on the core. E.g. ...
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Does a laptop have any hot swap risk when using a docking station?

Certain computer ports (such as PS/2, serial, parallel, VGA) are not hot swappable and there is a risk (maybe a low risk, but still a risk nonetheless) of damage if you disconnect a device from one of ...
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Thunderbolt hotplugging in ubuntu linux

I have a dell precision m3800 and an owc thunderbolt 2 dock , they both work together beautifully and everything seems to just work. I haven't tried the firewire yet but the ethernet , usb3 , ...
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What does “SATA ESP” (“Set SATA PORT1 to External SATA Port”) do?

I am looking in my Asus motherboard's BIOS setup screen for an option to enable SATA hotplug. I couldn't find such an option, but I did find a set of per-port options labeled “SATA ESP on PORT1” ...
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USB ethernet doesn't hotplug

I recently got a USB3.0 Gigabit ethernet adapter (amazon) for my ultrabook (ASUS UX31A) running Debian Jessie. It works fine if it is plugged in while the laptop boots, however will not seem to (re)...
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What state is support for PCI-Express hotplug in?

When I first started reading about PCI-Express a decade ago I was excited about the possibility of hotplug support, but when I got my first motherboards with PCI-Express and tried it out, the system ...
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System doesn't detect hot-plugged display port(through thunderbolt connector)

My external display(connected to my laptop through thunderbolt) works fine if connected before boot-up. However, once it's unplugged or disconnected by any means, xrandr won't detect the reconnected ...
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how to enable pci hotplug support in ubuntu 13.04

Kindly help. I have a pci-based wifi adapter which is not getting detected when i plugged it into the laptop. OS: Ubuntu 13.04 Kernel version: 3.8.0-19-generic
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SATA hot plug has no effect in Windows

I have one hard drive inserted into a mobile rack. The hard drive is connected to the SATA port, which is configured with Hot Plug ON. However, I cannot see any way to flush buffers of this drive or ...
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Windows get moved to the primary monitor after waking from standby with mixed DisplayPort and DVI-D dual-monitor setup

Problem Description I am using the following setup: nVidia GeForce GTX 680 Dell UP3214Q (Ultra-HD, 3840x2160, run in its native resolution, connected via DisplayPort 1.2, i.e. DisplayPort on GTX -->...
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How udev sends input device change notification to Xorg?

I want to troubleshoot why the graphic tables is active only if it is connected when Xorg is started (and stops working with spamming of Xorg.0.log if I reconnect it). As far as I know, udev-based ...
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Can I turn off external SCSI tape drive?

I have a couple of external tape drives connected to a server (Ultra320 SCSI). I do not use them frequently, but they are on all the time collecting dust (because of the fans). If I turned them off (...
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Is it safe to add or remove any type of device while in sleep mode?

Is it safe to add (plug in) or remove (unplug) any device while Windows is in sleep (a.k.a. standby, a.k.a. suspend) mode? What type of devices can be added or removed in this manner? Can you do this ...
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Why does vga and dvi have screws when most other connectors do not?

I know that a question like this exists, but the answer is not what I was looking for. Do vga/dvi have screws because they are not hotpluggable? Why would they not be hotpluggable (surge issues?) ...
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Why should computer and TV be turned off before plugging in an HDMI cable? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is HDMI hot pluggable? I just bought an Amazon HDMI+Ethernet cable. Enclosed was the following friendly node on yellow paper in various languages: So far, I assumed that ...
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Is it possible to have DisplayLink USB display hotplugging with Xorg 1.13 on kernel 3.4?

keithp seems to be the only one on the interwebs to have written anything about the subject and he worked with 3.5_rc. I don't want to go above 3.4 at the moment for various stability reasons and am ...
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How to mount removable media in /media/<LABEL> automatically when inserted, without any desktop environment?

I have a Debian sid system (Wheezy) (and same question for arch as well), without any desktop environment (and no Xorg at all). I can mount my SD-cards, USB sticks, external HDD manually with mount / ...
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Is it possible to power off a PCIe video card/slot? (eg. hot-plug)

I'm looking at building a system that supports VT-d so I can pass through a high powered loud video card to a Xen/KVM/whatever VM (host will be Linux based). However, when I'm not using the VM I want ...
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Linux: CPU core shutdown instead of sleep state

In Linux you can shut down CPU cores (or physical CPU's) with echo 0 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu1/online Assuming that the hardware fully turn off the CPU and cuts power to it would it not be better ...
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How to configure `eth0` to retry `dhclient` when unplugged and replugged?

I'm working on a linux gadget. I want it to get DHCP if I plug in the network cable after it has booted up already or if the network cable unplugged and replugged. One solution is to run a script ...
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Configuring automatic profiles on dock/hotplug

My Ubuntu laptop gets docked into a few different locations per day with different hardware and use cases. I'd like to automate the preference settings for each of these locations: Work computer, ...
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Trigger off rsync by just plugging in a USB drive?

I'd like to know if it's possible to automatically mount, and fire up rsync to sync a USB drive with a directory? Specifically, I'd like to copy as much data as the drive can hold and only delete the ...
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Is it safe to hot-plug a DVI cable?

Is it safe to unplug a monitor connected via a DVI cable to a computer that's powered on?
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Can I connect and disconnect a SATA harddrive while my computer is running?

I have a SATA hard drive that says it supports hot-plugging. Does that mean I can actually connect it to power and a SATA plug while my computer is running? Would be handy, but seems kind of scary... ...
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Alsa USB-Audio hotplug

My new USB audio speaker appeared as the second device in Alsa. I managed to make it the primary one: $ cat /proc/asound/modules 0 snd_usb_audio 1 snd_hda_intel $ cat /proc/asound/cards 0 [...