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Going backwards
Old 10th September 2007
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Going backwards

I debating over grabbing an IBM server quad 450's p3 Xeons 2 gigs of ram and a bunch of 36 gig scsi 's .
The scsi array will give me my big track counts live off the floor and have milti processing fom the 4 cpus .
Plus the unit being pro server shouldl ast for years they don't break down .
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I can also update the cpu's to XEON's P3 1 gig cpu's also
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Plus also most likely be able to hot swap the drives as well.
Runni scsi the controlercard runs the drives themselves sort t epower behind the thrown .
This frees up the cpu's justt o do pure proccesing not having resources robbed from them to be doing other work .
James


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