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Re: How long is your rack?
From: Charles N Wyble <charles () knownelement com>
Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2011 19:36:00 -0500

On 08/14/2011 03:49 PM, Lyndon Nerenberg (VE6BBM/VE7TFX) wrote:
I hope someone will explain the operational relevance
of this ...

Small home compute centers/networks need care and feeding as well. I've
learned a lot from this thread. Things like common designs/layouts,
cooling, POE switches etc.

Can someone explain the operational relevance of the never ending v6
threads that are the EXACT SAME ARGUMENTS over and over and over again? :)

Sun V100         FreeBSD firewall/border gateway
Sun V100         Plan 9 kernel porting test bed
Sun V100         OpenBSD build/test/port box
Intel 8-core     Solaris fileserver and zones host
AMDx4            Random OS workstation crash box
Epia-EK          Plan 9 terminal
MacBook x        Snow Leopard build/test host
Intel-mumble-ITX Win2K8.2 development host
Supermicro XLS7A Plan 9 File server
Supermicro XLS7A Plan 9 CPU/Auth server
Sun V100         Oracle (blech) new-Solaris test/porting box
Sun V100         crashbox for *BSD firewall failover tests
Sun V100         *BSD ham radio stuff, plus Plan9 terminal
                 kernal testing.

Sun is good stuff. I like "crash box". Is that like a scratch system?
<sound-of-pants-zipping-up>

Hah




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