[ipxe-devel] Win7 x64 iSCSI install - insanely slow shutdown time

Robin Smidsrød robin at smidsrod.no
Tue Jun 4 13:44:22 UTC 2013

Ooooh, that's nice. Which one in particular did you get (I've been
contemplating getting one for my living room HTPC)?

How is the performance in playing HD content and doing iSCSI, and how is
the noise while doing that?

I'll most likely be using OpenELEC/XBMC on mine, as I've already got a
working networking booting setup for that (it uses NFS).

-- Robin

On 04.06.2013 01:38, Steve Cross wrote:
> Hey everybody,
> Been a little while since I posted on here. I finally got my Intel
> NUCs that I wanted to get and they run great. Got them up and running
> with iSCSI and everything is great - except shutdown time. The system
> will go from power off to running windows in 60 seconds, but it takes
> 6-8 minutes to shut down and I have NO clue why. This is quite
> annoying because whenever I do have to shutdown my iSCSI server, I
> want to make sure that all clients are cleanly shutdown first and this
> is quite an insane length of time for a very clean install of Windows
> 7 to shut down. I was wondering if it could have anything to do with
> iSCSI, or if perhaps there may be some suggestions (not directly
> related to iPXE) that you might could offer.
> Thanks in advance!
> Steve Cross
> hairlesshobo at stevecross.org
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