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New server required

Posted on: December 4, 2006

Now we have ‘Maranello’ installed and live at telehouse, I now want to purchase a new server so that I can then get another server setup and ready for BNA Systems Clients to use once our ‘Maranello’ server is at max capacity.

Hopefully, I want to ask for money for xmas this will then provide the cash to purchase a new server and will then be installing either ISPConfig on it or NuOnce – OpenSource Colbolt software originally written by Sun Microsystems.

The new server should be more powerful hopefully incorperate a dual processor either P3 or Xeon processor and if I decide to use ISPConfig as the hosting panel I will once again install and use Ubuntu Server as my choice of Linux OS as now I have become a keen Ubuntu User… I love Ubuntu! 🙂

So once xmas is over, I hope to ask for money from my family which will provide the funds for the server, I will then purchase the 1u rack mount server from either eBay (Second Hand) and hope to get something like an IBM xSeries with atleast 512MB RAM or a Sun Microsystems server. Alternatively get a Dell brand new from there website. Im not sure yet… Will also depend on how much cash I can pull together 🙂


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