We moved the backend of the BOINC system from our older fileserver (a dual 2.8 GHz Xeon w/ 2 GB RAM, running a 64-bit kernel and serving up 655 GB RAID5 disk (6 X 146 GB 10K SCSI)) to our fiber SAN

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Message 83077 - Posted: 31 Jul 2007, 0:00:00 UTC

We moved the backend of the BOINC system from our older fileserver (a dual 2.8 GHz Xeon w/ 2 GB RAM, running a 64-bit kernel and serving up 655 GB RAID5 disk (6 X 146 GB 10K SCSI)) to our fiber SAN. The SAN is a clustered filserver, running Polyserve's Matrix Server and serving up 16 450 GB SATA disks as a single RAID5 LUN via two Dell 2950s from within our group's fiber SAN. I'll post more information on and pictures of the SAN setup in the near future....
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Message boards : Technical News : We moved the backend of the BOINC system from our older fileserver (a dual 2.8 GHz Xeon w/ 2 GB RAM, running a 64-bit kernel and serving up 655 GB RAID5 disk (6 X 146 GB 10K SCSI)) to our fiber SAN



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