We are currently running our Credit Card Authorization host in a Intel
based Dell 6600 platform, SCO Unix 5.0.6 with Informix 7.3x. We have
been advised by the vendor to upgrade to Linux , Informix 10.x, Intel
platform (32bit). Could you please share your thoughts on the best
available intel platforms supporting linux/Informix 10.x.
Currently the application and Database are running on one server. We
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I am trying to do some planning for a new cooling system in our server
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dissipation for this unit, but not having much luck. Anyone know much
about these or have any documentation around? I would really
appreciate the help!
> I am trying to do some planning for a new cooling system in our server
> room. I have an old HP Visualize C240 RISC-based workstation that
> lives in this room. I am tryin...Hardware query from the shell
Hi, I'm a Linux user who's just recently migrated to OSX. When I was
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Now that I have my powerbook, I can't seem to find the article, so can anyone
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Also, I can't seem to find much documentation on darwin specific command line
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Anyway, I'm loving this new machine and having a great ti...Web server hardware design with SQL back-end
Still in the design process of a Windows 2003 web server with a SQL backend.
Expecting to have about 2000 visitors a day accessing lists and search
queries on a 200-300 MB db. This server will be collocated in a datacenter.
I have a few scenarios that I would appreciate in getting some
Box 1, SBS 2003 Premium (with SQL 2000), 2GB RAM, Raid 5 HD
Based on the SBS faq, as long as visitors are not Windows authenticated, an
additional SQL Internet license is not required.
My concern with this scenario is (correct me if I'm wrong) lack of
scalability and ...hardware graphics issue while booting (splash screen)
I am not sure whether this is a hardware issue or not: Yesterday I
built my new PC (Asus barebone w. AMD X2 4600+, nvidia crush C51PV
chipset w. nvidia graphics 6150). I installed openSuSE 10.2 which I
used before on my old system.
openSuSE uses a splash screen graphics during boot time of the system
(you can press ESC and get the boot messages but there is still
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graphics or so? I don't kno...ESX hardware configuration
At work we found an old Dell PowerEdge server with 4GB of RAM and 2x70
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I know Windows on a stand alone system wants 1+ GB of RAM. My questions
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2. How much memory should I allocate to the Windows VM during creation?
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3. For a $3K budget, what Dell server would be ideal for a ESX server
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Sorry, please help a newbie out.
I am puchasing some hard drives on ebay for a my Ultra 80 which based
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On Thu, 2 Aug 2006, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Sorry, please help a newbie out.
> I am puchasing some hard drives on ebay for a my Ultra 80 which based
> on the workbook can tak...Hardware requirement for hardware in the loop
I want to setup a laboratory for general hardware in the loop
I developed xpc target and real time workshop.
I want to order some hardware and electronic boards for interfacing.
what is the most general interfaces cards and I/O.(A/D,D/A, CAN
which type and which marks is better to buy?????
which cards you used in your company or Institue???
Is there any general rack for hardware in the loop?
On Feb 25, 9:39 pm, omidamir2...@gmail.com wrote:
> I want to setup a laboratory for general hardware in the loop
> I developed xpc targ...3rd party hardware support
What are my options for 3rd party HP3k hardware support in the Kansas City, Overland Park area?
Doe anyone have any good experiences/contacts?
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Dumb question: does Ruby have an equivalent to the Perl File::Spec module
(maybe as a built-in part of the File class like Java, instead of in
a separate module) for building and manipulating pathnames portably?
On Aug 10, 2005, at 2:36 PM, Mark J.Reed wrote:
> Dumb question: does Ruby have an equivalent to the Perl File::Spec
> (maybe as a built-in part of the File class like Java, instead of in
> a separate module) for building and manipulating pathnames portably?
I can't remember File::Spec right off the top of my head, but does
the standard pathname module...hardware upgrade.
is upgrding my gaming ''hadware'' will improve my gaming performance and
i was wondering to go for a wireless keyboard and optical wireless mouse
(logitecth or Microsoft) as they are on sale at 50% down price.
Depending on what you currently have an optical mouse could help. I don't
think a wireless keyboard will help, and I think the technology is decent
enough not to hinder.
"Thrall" <xXx_sion21veerage102@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> is upgrding my gaming ''h...Hardware Question
I need to purchase a fairly high-end computer ($10K - $40K) for doing
academic research. The immediate goal is to do mathematical modeling with
SAS. On multi-processor IBM server these models can take days to compute.
The datasets are not that huge, but the task is quite CPU intensive.
I'm in the market for a UNIX/LINUX SMP box running either a Sun SPARC or
Intel architecture, but have no idea where to turn for objective advice. If
anyone has specific suggestions it would be appreciated, even if it is to
suggest better newsgroups to post to then this one.
Just my opinion, b...DLL errors: The hardware, the hardware, it's ALWAYS the hardware...
As John stated in the DLL Hell thread:
"Really? How many of those links are cases of "DLL Hell'? Thats where
a program replaces an existing Windows DLL with its version. All these
are a bunch of links where a DLL is missing or corrupted. Its a pretty
safe bet that 10.3 also will suffer from missing or corrupted files due
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programs preference files."
This is the age-old "cheap unreliable hardware" argument that John
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I agree with the MD's recommendation that you limit the number of
processors. Much depends on the number of users competing concurrently for
CPU processing. A MS Windows SAS server configuration usually works well
when users are RSUBMIT'ing or CONNECT'ing from local MS Windows SAS
installations, or are using telnet connections, to launch processes that
access data in large datasets on the server. Disk configuration in that
situation may have more impact on server performance than CPU speed. A
single processor running under XP can handle a surprising work load if
connected to ...beginners YAML question
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I've got a U60 (2x450 1Gb RAM) running 2.7 that seems to have a developed a
problem. I came in and the machine was absolutely frozen. stop-A didnt work
either. Subsequently I cycled the U60 and the ext disks. I had to do this three
or 4 times. Each time during the boot up process the U60 would get stuck in a
different place . For example one time it died during the fsck. I did a boot
-rs one time and it came up fine in single-user, command line mode. So I tried
mounting the partitions one at a time. THat was going well, until I needed to
cat /etc/vfstab, to remind myself of so...CCNP lab
Good day all,
I have a Cisco 2611 and 2612 router. I am trying to figure out the
best way to simulate a WAN connection. Would it be best to purchase
two WIC-1T network interface modules or purchase two WIC-1DSU-T1's.
Could you also please tell me the type of cable I would need to
Thank you so much for your time.
On Apr 7, 12:42 pm, "Sian" <sian...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Good day all,
> I have a Cisco 2611 and 2612 router. I am trying to figure out the
> best way to simulate a WAN connection. Would it be best to purchase
> two WIC-1T network inter...Does WSGI offer anything for web *beginner*?
I love idea of WSGI and hope it succeeds. It seems to be helpful for
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I not sure what WSGI offers the web beginner. Aren't they still better
learning an existing web framework first before attacking WSGI?
I suppose ideally everyone would just learn WSGI and then never have
to learn details of any //specific// framework. But that would require
impeccable maturity and documentation on WSGI and we are not
there yet right?
email@example.com...Name Brand Hardware for 64-Bit FreeBSD?
Is there any name brand computer that uses AMD 64-bit processors that comes
in at least a quad-CPU configuration and has a PCI-X or PCI Express I/O bus?
I would ideally prefer equipment that is one generation old so that there
might be some chance of finding it surplus at a very good price. Our
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I've seen plenty of MIPS numbers for ARM, but I'm looking for SpecInt95
SpecFP95 and SpecInt2000 for ARM7TDMI ARM9xxx MPUs, especially for the
LPC2000 and atmel microcontrollers. Information for the Xscale chips
would be good too.
Google hasnt yielded much except a few confusing student papers.
Where can I look?
"ghazanhaider" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I've seen plenty of MIPS numbers for ARM, but I'm looking for SpecInt95
> SpecFP95 and SpecInt2000 for ARM7TDMI ARM9xxx MPUs...vacancy's for hardware&networking jobs apply resume