a solution is getting an xserve raid from apple.
thats some of the best hardware and for the price it cant be beat.
at Euro 5,371.07 excl VAT for 1000Gb, and theyre hot swapable(i think)
if you dont want to fool around with osX you can put linux on it.
or you could try dell, you might get a cheaper machine but i think it
wont be as good quality as something from apple
On 5/16/05, Cliff Flood <cliph at cli.ph> wrote:
> Hi guys,
>> I'm currently evaluating various options for storage solutions.
>> We currently have a file-server with two RAID 2 volumes making a total
> of ~=200GB. The discs and/or the controllers are reaching the end of
> their lives and the long of the short of it is that we need to replace
> the machine in question with a larger capacity, more reliable solution.
>> We'd like something with >=600GB storage and our budget is around the 6k
>> I'd like to hear your recommendations for vendors or specific solutions
> if you have any.
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