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Comment Wire Rack of Virtualization! (Score 1) 287

- Netgear R6300 Router
- Cisco DPC3010 Cable Modem
- Dell Powerconnect 5424 24-port 1Gb Managed Switch
- Synology Diskstation 1813+
4 x 3TB SATA
2 x 1TB SATA
2 x 128GB SSD
- Intel NUC ESXi Management Node
1 x Intel i3-3217U
16GB RAM
128GB SSD
- Whitebox ESXi Compute Node
1 x Intel Xeon E3-1220
16GB RAM
8GB USB Storage
- Dell R410 ESXi Compute Node (powered off most of the time, its quite noisy)
2 x Intel Xeon L5506
32GB RAM
4 x 1TB SAS
- Cyberpower 1350VA 810W UPS

Comment Re:Gezzz. (Score 1) 131

you seem to be missing out on the key argument here. Drive capacity, speed, money... nothing matters when you're spending countless manhours repairing / replacing a failed HDD. SCSI has the reliability that SATA has yet to prove. If it was my choice for a mission critical server, I'd spend the $2k for a SCSI array instead of $600 on a SATA.

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