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February 4, 2006

Server Farm

at 2:34 pm. Filed under Computer Hacks, Crazy Hacks, Digg

So you say you want to build a server farm? Take a look at this one! Hey whatever works right…

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9 Responses to “Server Farm”

  1. Me Says:

    Sorry but I think that is stupid.

  2. Cool Says:

    I dont see any reason why is that stupid. Infact its cool

  3. Hexypoo Says:

    Yah, I would have to side with Cool. This is great. I love it.

  4. Aley Says:

    It’s the best 🙂
    thanks

  5. Web Hosting Says:

    Look interesting, but have you take in consideration a server farm composed out of Mac Mini?

  6. Angel Says:

    Looks like a fire hazard. Where can I learn to build my own mini farm. I have a 42U rack that’s empty and waiting for me to be productive.

  7. Darklor Says:

    @Web Hosting: if this were done with mac minis it would cost at least 10-15 times as much. you can build a cheap server with no case for like $175-200 USD and a mac mini is no less than $1000 USD and are as much or less powerful than a built computer. and besides, just use frakin’ linux such as CentOS 5 and rock a free OS instead of buying into corporate the fruit machine.

  8. brendon Says:

    looks cool and would be really easy to repair parts when needed but i wouldn’t trust it much

  9. Angel Says:

    I’ve made use of that 42U rack! Three rackmount servers and ancillary devices. I really don’t know why I did it as one virtualized server could probably do it all.

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