* Greg Smith (gsmith(at)gregsmith(dot)com) wrote:
> >=4 cores, >=8GB RAM, and >=8 disks with a usable write-caching controller
> in it.
hrmmm. So a DL385G2, dual-proc/dual-core with 16GB of ram and 8 SAS
disks with a Smart Array P800 w/ 512MB of write cache would be helpful?
I've got quite a few such machines, along with larger DL585s. I can't
make one externally available immediately but I could set one up to do
benchmark runs and to dump the results to a public site. What I don't
have atm is alot of time though, of course. Are there scripts and
whatnot to get such a set up going quickly?
I'll also investigate actually making one available to the community.
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