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January 29, 2012, 05:21:01 AM
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I have had this for the last few years but only used it as an ESXi server for a few weeks and never did anythign else with it.  Would prefer just to get rid of it locally to somebody who can use it for a fair price otherwise I will just part it out (mainly for the drives).

2 X 3.2ghz Xeon
12GB Ram (6 X 2G Dimms)
4 X  146GB 10kRpm SCSI 320
PERC3 Raid controller.
Redundant 500w power supplies
Rackmount (No rails)

I was thinking 200$ in BTC if anyone is intrested
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January 29, 2012, 09:31:07 AM
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Let me know how much you want for the RAM if you decide to part it out.
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January 29, 2012, 02:53:02 PM
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Pics!

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January 29, 2012, 06:41:43 PM
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I am in the chicago area and am mildly interested.  Some pictures would help, and some uses for it Smiley

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January 29, 2012, 08:16:04 PM
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here are some quick pics.

   
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January 29, 2012, 09:08:09 PM
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This is a great server for general use. I have one and it's quick and has pretty much done everything I've thrown at it gracefully. It currently pulls duty as my Mythtv backend, Teamspeak 3 server, Minecraft server, and samba server. The one thing that it doesn't have is virtualization technology. Not really a big deal if you're only running an OS natively. If you decide to use Xenserver you won't be able to run Windows based VMs, but you shouldn't have any problems with ESXi. The remote server management is pretty cool as well, letting you monitor almost everything on the machine. Reboot, shutdown, edit your raid array remotely and all independently of the OS. Anyways, this is nothing new for anyone who knows these rack servers, but I thought I'd expand on it for the people who are considering picking one up!
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January 29, 2012, 09:19:44 PM
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This is a great server for general use. I have one and it's quick and has pretty much done everything I've thrown at it gracefully. It currently pulls duty as my Mythtv backend, Teamspeak 3 server, Minecraft server, and samba server. The one thing that it doesn't have is virtualization technology. Not really a big deal if you're only running an OS natively. If you decide to use Xenserver you won't be able to run Windows based VMs, but you shouldn't have any problems with ESXi. The remote server management is pretty cool as well, letting you monitor almost everything on the machine. Reboot, shutdown, edit your raid array remotely and all independently of the OS. Anyways, this is nothing new for anyone who knows these rack servers, but I thought I'd expand on it for the people who are considering picking one up!

It will run up to ESXi 3.5 the newer versions (4/5) need CPUs with the newer virtualization features. Even at 3.5 the free ESXi is awsome, I just never used it because it was so loud and it was more practical to use my workstation. If you have a basement to put it in it would be golden .. otherwise it sounds like a jet engine. There were some guides out there on quieting them down but I just did not take it that far. 
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January 30, 2012, 05:30:37 PM
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It is a bit droning, but I have it in my office with my miners so it's not that big of deal. It's still a great server though, either way. The OSM is pretty nifty once you get it setup. I have it running Ubuntu right now, but I have had CentOS running on it as well for a time and have gotten OSM working on both.
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January 30, 2012, 06:03:51 PM
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Those things sure are bulletproof, as are the 2850's, but damn once I went HP, I never went back. G5 and newer are awesome. DL360/380.
The older generation SCSI drives tend to fail too easily and are tiny to boot.

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January 30, 2012, 06:14:15 PM
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How much does it weight? I'm very interested but I'm in Europe.
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January 30, 2012, 06:34:24 PM
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HP G5 and newer are awesome. DL360/380.

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January 30, 2012, 09:56:55 PM
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How much does it weight? I'm very interested but I'm in Europe.

55+ pounds, I really don't want to ship it.
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January 30, 2012, 10:31:50 PM
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Perfectly understood. I would probably not want to pay for the shipment anyway Smiley
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January 31, 2012, 03:23:24 PM
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I have two of these for sale as well... similar specs.  One is loaded with 146 GB and one is loaded with 73 GB drives.  I can't recall RAM, somewhere in the 4 GB range I think.  I will ship if you pay shipping.

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