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    Re: Talking of eportal ...

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    I currently have a two server setup - and it was necessary for a while because of the resources eportal used up.

    But now I would consider going back to a powerful single server setup for all the advantages you listed above - but at the moment it works and I do not want to mess with it.
    lol, you still using the LA issue compaq for eportal? we are. Seriously considering upgrading to a HP DL360 3GHz Dual Core, 4GB Ram to host CMIS and eportal. Has a spare slot for another processor if it starts to show strain.

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    Re: Talking of eportal ...

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    lol, you still using the LA issue compaq for eportal? we are.
    I think that server lasted about three weeks - we have two Dual Processor DL360's - one for CMIS and one for eportal which is a bit overkill now the problems are sorted but for a time it was the only way we could keep it running for more than a few hours without a reboot.

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    Re: Talking of eportal ...

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    lol, you still using the LA issue compaq for eportal? we are.
    I think that server lasted about three weeks - we have two Dual Processor DL360's - one for CMIS and one for eportal which is a bit overkill now the problems are sorted but for a time it was the only way we could keep it running for more than a few hours without a reboot.
    eek. Slightly worried that my single processor DL360 wont be enough. Although at the moment CMIS is on a 3GHz single processor 2GB Ram DC running DNS. DHCP, Network monitoring sw, staff user areas, staff shared drivel etc..... eportal is on a 900 MHz 750MB Ram "server" ( - sarcasm intended).

    Hopefully the step up will be noticable (and appreciated)

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    Re: Talking of eportal ...

    Single Processor should be enough - it is memory that seems to be the issue - but when I bought the server nobody really knew what the problem was with eportal.

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    Drive speed and memory are the keys to success more mem fast drive(raid)

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