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    Re: Ranger V CC3

    I don't see why we should have a CC3 SIMS server and pay the commissioning it could just be set up our selves. I don't know if an RM server comes with CAL and OS included in the price but it not got SAS drive. For about £4000 you can get pair of quad-core Xeons RM give you dual core. The other thing is that a CC3 machine seems to be limited to 4GB of RAM and that some thing important for a database server.

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    Re: Ranger V CC3

    he other thing is that a CC3 machine seems to be limited to 4GB of RAM
    Any x86 32bit based system is limited to 4Gb of addressable memory. It's a hardware limitation.

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    Re: Ranger V CC3

    Quote Originally Posted by nicholab
    I don't see why we should have a CC3 SIMS server and pay the commissioning it could just be set up our selves. I don't know if an RM server comes with CAL and OS included in the price but it not got SAS drive. For about £4000 you can get pair of quad-core Xeons RM give you dual core. The other thing is that a CC3 machine seems to be limited to 4GB of RAM and that some thing important for a database server.
    You don't have to have RM Sims server all you need is right licenses for rm some of rm stuff ask sales person for RM MIS Server License.

    If you are converting some existing mis stations into cc3 then ask for the RM MIS client license (it doesn't have some of education tools in it so is cheaper)

    We are doing this ourself as we are merging two networks and admin server will become part of cc3 network just not a 'cc3' server.

    Also doesn't matter what you choose server hardware wise as can have what you like lot of people have dell servers setup as cc3 servers..

    If want more advice on this pm or email me.


    Russ

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    Re: Ranger V CC3

    Physical Address Extension enables machine to use more that 4GB of RAM but there are some limitations.

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    Re: Ranger V CC3

    Try ranger out for yourself if you've got a spare server or a Virtual Machine. Download it here then once your on that page on the left hand side menu click evaluations.

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