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by Graham Williams
Duck Duck Go

ANet Specifications

From the lspci and lshw commands and /proc/cpuinfo:

Machine: Rack mounted HP ProLiant DL585 G1
CPU: AMD Opteron 885 2.6GHz Dual Core x 4
Bogomips: 5200
Memory: 32GB (16x2GB DIMM DDR Synchronous 400MHz)
Network: Broadcom NetXtreme BCM5704 Gigabit ()
Disk: Compaq Smart Array 5i/532
  3 x 146GB single RAID of 146GB
Video:  
Audio:  
CD/DVD: DV-28E-N
Hostname: anet01
Domainname: togaware.com
Boot: Grub
Kernel: 2.6.18-4-amd64

A modular storage array is being used to deliver reliable storage. For each host, four 300GB drives are deployed, three for RAID5 storage, and the remaining drive as a auto hot swap. 600GB of disk will be exposed from the storage array for the system. Because the modular storage arrays are dual bus, two servers can be independently supported by each array.


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