We are in the midst of Solaris 10 testing for a customer. Explaining why Linux is so much faster (and more stable) on the hardware is getting old. So I’ll take a break and talk about the windows 200x experiences we had recently.
A customer wanted to see performance on a number of things running on Windows 2003. They had a particular application that runs on it, and wanted to see what we could do with JackRabbit.
Sure, no problem, we like doing these sorts of tests.
Seagate just announced a 1.5 TB desktop drive, with the enterprise unit sure to follow. Delivery of desktop drives should be in August. If we used 48 of these in our 5U JackRabbit unit, we would be able to provide 72 TB raw. A rack full (8) would hit 576 TB raw, or nearly 0.6 … Read moreA 72 TB JackRabbit …