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    Never Need More Than 640 KB Of RAM? Have a Look At 128GB Of RAM!


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    Dare I ask what that 128Gb of RAM is being used in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesfed View Post
    Dare I ask what that 128Gb of RAM is being used in?
    It would seem that it is in an SQL server as deployed by Last.fm.



    Link: Global DB... take 5 - a set on Flickr

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    oooh its a Sun Server

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    oooh its a Sun Server
    Looking a bit like the servers that drive/support our Sun Global Desktop for remote student/staff logon:



    [The picture above is NOT one of our SGD our servers]

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    Screen Shot 2011-08-27 at 18.35.36.png

    No where near as much as that , even if I had the money I would still not have 128gb lol

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    Our three new Hyper V hosts each have 128GB RAM.... hosting round 25 servers between them though in a failover cluster. And they could take another 16GB RAM each

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Looking a bit like the servers that drive/support our Sun Global Desktop for remote student/staff logon:

    http://gyazo.com/f0358f559078daa256d907d2bcb733d8.png

    [The picture above is NOT one of our SGD our servers]
    The chasis front is the same as my 7110 storage box, well bar the Optical drive, but the rest is the same design

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    oooooo...... BABE!!!!! Its been 6 years since I have seen one of those. We had one of these in final design phase when I was working back at Eurosoft. You think that is allot of ram, you should take a look at some of the other peace's of kit they do

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    All our Xen Blades have 96 each that's 23 blades..

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    Eurosoft... Now I havent used PC Check in years... I have just opened my draw to open up a cd wallet for a friend and out dropped PC Check 5.

    We have an IBM blade Flex System Downstairs the actual system its self has 96GB, each blade we have is 96GB also, over 12 blades. Running oVirt / Fedora.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_ATR View Post
    oooooo...... BABE!!!!! Its been 6 years since I have seen one of those. We had one of these in final design phase when I was working back at Eurosoft. You think that is allot of ram, you should take a look at some of the other peace's of kit they do

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    Our best Hyper-V server has 96Gb. I'm putting 128Gb down as the *minimum* spec for next years purchase

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    all nodes are running 256gb ram and 32cores got 4 nodes soo its got a lot of umpf behind it!

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    I would rather have 128GB than 128Gb.



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