On 10610 March 1977, Sandino Araico Sánchez wrote: (I kicked some out of the CC, probably not interesting stuff for them follows). > The AlposNAZ specs: > - Rackmount chassis 3U > - Triple redundant power source > - SATA backplane with trays for hot swap SATA disks > - 5 SATA 250 GB hard disks (1 TB RAID 5) > The maximum capacity is 15 hard disks 500 GB each > (7500 GB RAID 0, 7000 GB RAID 5, 6500 GB RAID 6) > - 1 AMD opteron dual core processor > The maximum processing power is two dual core > processors (4 Opteron cores total) > - Linux software RAID; no proprietary formats > - LVM 2 on top of Linux RAID > - Multi-protocol capable > - iSCSI (blocks protocol) > - NBD (blocks protocol, Linux only) > - GFS (Sistina Global Filesystem, now Red Hat's) > - NFS > - SMB/CIFS > - FTP > - svn > - HTTP/Webdav > - Kernel 2.6 with GR Security > - 2 Ethernet 10/100/1000 interfaces > The Ethetnet interfaces use their own PCI bridge > - 2 PCI X 133 Mhz slots > SATA controller will use one of them > - 1 PCI X 100 Mhz slot > - 2 PCIe x4 slots > It is definitely possible to put a Firewire card in one of the slots but > we don't have the video encoding/broadcasting software; somebody else > will have to be in charge of installing the software and making it work. > We have enough space (however); if one TB is not enough please let me > know ASAP. Does that mean we can change anything on that system, ie even completly erasing and new installation? > Next tuesday I will now about 3Com's interest in sponsoring with 5 > 48-port switches. I don't know if they are interested in Debian at all > but there's another possibility (instead of the driver) that they could > be interested in having their logo printed in official materials (like > any other regular sponsorship). For that they need to be fast (or t-shirts are in production). -- bye Joerg <lenny> schneidet nie chilis und wascht euch dann _nicht_ die hände und reibt euch dann an der nase. <lenny> uargs, wie das brennt <lenny> hammer. das ist ja schlimmer als die dinger zu essen...
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