[kwlug-disc] Wanted: help in refining presentation
ldpaniak at fourpisolutions.com
Tue Jul 24 13:49:22 EDT 2012
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This is probably the chassis you would want today:
"Green" drives in storage arrays tend to cause problems because they are
always spinning down. The Western Digital Black series is a much better
On 07/24/2012 09:36 AM, Colin K wrote:
> Just a follow up to my last post from my droid. The links to the
> articles i mentioned above.
> Article version 1:
> Article version 2:
> Now just to get my hands on a chasis like that :P and find a stray box
> of western digital green 2+terabyte drives sitting at the side of the
> road and I'll be happy :P the multiplier backplanes last time i
> priced them were close to 80$.
> On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 12:46 AM, unsolicited <unsolicited at swiz.ca> wrote:
>> - we're all running a web server in a vm appropriately isolated off,
>> - want to check out a <something>, and there's an appliance?
>> - following best practices, we're all running pfsense, right? No,
>> about doing so in a vm?
>> - any of Kiwi's potential topics
>> - probably many more
>> - especially, and particularly with ESX, there's a certain mental
>> of the non-physical to overcome. Making people more comfortable with
>> one around, and care, feeding, and control, leads to all else.
>> - serving up thin clients (PXE?) seems useful. Although such a
>> would probably spend most of the time on the nature of the clients served
>> up. Serve up xbmc for an evening's entertainment, reboot the next day
>> 'real' work?
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