On Mon, Feb 07, 2005 at 04:52:01PM -0000, Paul Kelly :: Blacknight solutions mentioned:
> They may not be dell, but they have good quality highly configurable rack
> mount machines. We have plenty of them and we've only ever had to swap out
If these are the Intel SR2300s, I can't recommend them. We've had huge
problems with the 15 odd we have - hot swap PSUs *not* being hotswap, PSUs
blowing and taking out everything on that power rail. We've lost two
motherboards. The Linux tools for configuring the array are crap -
catting some file in /proc/scsi caused boxes to hard-hang.
The SR2300s are budget alternatives to HP DL380s & Dells 2650s. But they
aren't nearly as high quality.
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