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Should I? the in house auction is tomorrow :-/

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Il Wed, 09 Sep 2009 16:13:08 +0800, Cheers ha scritto:

> is this a question!
> 
> http://members.iinet.net.au/~moussa/Image029.jpg
> 
> Should I? the in house auction is tomorrow :-/
> 
> Moussa

I don't know it but it's BIG !
Do you have free space ?
How much, do you think, it will cost ?
Could be a nice addiction, but let's listen to someone else...
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supervinx
9/9/2009 8:52:45 AM
On Sep 9, 4:13 am, Cheers <moussa...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> http://members.iinet.net.au/~moussa/Image029.jpg

Personally, I'm not that fond of Sun equipment, so I haven't paid that
much attention to their offerings.  My guess is that the rack is a
storage array, and it appears to be on the old side, so it's likely
that the total storage capacity in the array could be met or exceeded
by one large SATA drive (both 1.5TB and 2.0TB 3.5-inch drives are
currently available) -- at much lower noise and power levels.

Of course, if you already had one of these bad boys and were just
looking for an inexpensive source of spare parts, I'd say go for it.

Rick Ekblaw
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RickE
9/9/2009 12:26:33 PM
Hi Moussa !


> is this a question!
> 
> http://members.iinet.net.au/~moussa/Image029.jpg
> 
> Should I? the in house auction is tomorrow :-/

I would go for the sign on the right. That's a nice-to-have.
And probably some of the stackable chairs.

....


For the rack (and content) ... Now - if your energy bill isn't high 
enough already: go for it. I personnally would not know what to do with 
SUN gear. Most likely licenses for SUN-OS are not included. And if it is 
not the energy hunger than it is the licensing costs to be the killing 
criteria.


If it were a rack full of R6K's things would surely look different ...

:-)

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Peter
9/9/2009 3:20:38 PM
> For the rack (and content) ... Now - if your energy bill isn't high 
> enough already: go for it. 

Don't forget the energy and gear needed for keeping the room temparature 
below 40�C, if you are not located in North Sweden or Norway ;-)

> I personnally would not know what to do with 
> SUN gear. Most likely licenses for SUN-OS are not included. And if it is 
> not the energy hunger than it is the licensing costs to be the killing 
> criteria.

There are some options:
OpenSolaris or getting a media kit via ePay.
AFAIR Sun offers free software development tools (Sun Studio) for quite 
a long time now.


> If it were a rack full of R6K's things would surely look different ...

the main difference is the flavour of the UNIX, AIX versus Solaris.
The Solaris support in most Open Source projects is very often better 
than AIX support. Mainly because the shared library handling of Linux is 
very close to Solaris and AIX is strange (but very clever!!!) beast.

If you don't want to play/learn Solaris go for the chairs instead.
If you want to play/learn Solaris you can use el cheapo PC and run 
Solaris/x86 too.
I have Solaris/x86 2.6 running on my 9577i with Corvette / 3c529 and XGA-2

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Uli
9/9/2009 6:06:45 PM
I know, this shouldn't be done ...
Uli, do you know where I can ... ehm... obtain a copy of Solaris ?
I'll be curious to try it ...
I've collected and tried (many of them in VM) many OSes, mainly DOS, 
Windows and Linux ... and now I'm oriented towards Unix world...
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supervinx
9/9/2009 8:37:20 PM
On Thu, 10 Sep 2009 04:37:20 +0800, supervinx wrote:

> I know, this shouldn't be done ...

Why not??

> Uli, do you know where I can ... ehm... obtain a copy of Solaris ? I'll
> be curious to try it ...
> I've collected and tried (many of them in VM) many OSes, mainly DOS,
> Windows and Linux ... and now I'm oriented towards Unix world...

PMFJI....

 http://www.opensolaris.com/get/index.jsp





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Bob
9/9/2009 10:45:55 PM
I guess faith didn't want me to have it after all, i stopped bidding 
after AU$300, i realized there was a vote of abscente, anyway i am happy 
for those who got it, as long as it would be put to a good use.

my power bill average AU$300 every 2 months.

i do have sun gear !:-)

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