[MLB-WIRELESS] Server Virtualisation - (was RE: possible vpn
Andrew van Slageren
andrewvsm at yahoo.com.au
Wed Mar 17 13:44:02 EST 2010
3.5" 10k hotswap SCSI, currently configured in hardware RAID1.
I can chuck ESXi on one tonight and make sure that it's all supported.
mw at freenet.net.au wrote:
> Perfect! :-) What kind of disks? A bit more storage would be ideal, but
> not a killer, that's for sure.
> Note that any donations accepted for this cause will be recorded in the MW
> asset register with all sources acknowledged :-)
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Andrew van Slageren [mailto:andrewvsm at yahoo.com.au]
>> Sent: Wednesday, 17 March 2010 1:00 PM
>> To: mike at viewbankrise.net.au
>> Cc: 'Melbourne Wireless'
>> Subject: Re: [MLB-WIRELESS] Server Virtualisation - (was RE: possible vpn
>> I still have those spare 1RU IBM boxes with dual Opterons at ~2.4ghz,
>> 4gb ram and dual 74gb disks (if I still have some left, otherwise 36gb).
>> If we do decide to proceed with a "development" ESX server, I would be
>> happy to donate a box to the cause.
>> mw at freenet.net.au wrote:
>>> Hmm, so it goes ;-)
>>> If anyone has a PCI-e SATA RAID adapter laying around, and would like to
>>> donate to a worthy cause - speak up! :-)
>>> Cheers, Mike.
>>>> No idea about ESXi but i know Xenserver from citrix does unfortunately
>>>> these drives are sata disks i dont know if i have anything other than
>>>> a few 40GB disks on IDE
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