[THIN] Re: New Dell 1650 questions?

Here ya go:

PowerEdge 1650
PowerEdge 1650,Intel Pentium III,1.4GHz w/512K Cache
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    Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 9:42:20 AM CDT =20
    Catalog Number: 04 04 =20
PowerEdge 1650:   PowerEdge 1650,Intel Pentium III,1.4GHz w/512K Cache

Additional Processors:   Dual Processor Intel Pentium III,1.4GHz w/512K=20
Memory:   1GB SDRAM,133MHz,2X512MB DIMMs   1GB2D  =20
Keyboard:   No Keyboard Option   N   [310-3281]  =20
Monitor:   No Monitor Option   N   [320-0058]  =20
Power Source:   AC Power Option for Dell PowerEdge 1650   ACPWR
[310-1357]  =20
PCI Riser:   PCI Riser,2x64bit/66MHz slots   64BPCI   [430-0288]  =20
Second Hard Drive:   18GB 15K RPM Ultra 160 SCSI Hard Drive  =20
First Hard Drive:   18GB 15K RPM Ultra 160 SCSI Hard Drive   Primary=20
Controller:   PERC3-DI,128MB Battery Backed Cache,1 Int,1 Ext Channels-
Embedded RAID   ROMB128   [340-3605]  =20
Diskette Drive:   1.44MB Diskette Drive   FD   [340-3612]  =20
First Network Adapter:   Dual On-Board NICs   OBNICS   [430-8991]  =20
CD ROM or DVD ROM:   24X IDE Internal CD ROM Drive   CD24X   [313-0317]

Bezel:   Active Bezel Option for Dell PowerEdge 1650   BEZEL
[313-0868]  =20
Hard Drive Backplane:   3 Bay (1x3) Hot Plug SCSI Hard Drive Backplane

Documentation:   Users Manual,Installation and Trouble Shooting Guide on
CD  =20
Hard Drive Configuration:   On-Board RAID1,2 drives connected to
on-board RAID   MR1   [340-3607]  =20
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Ron Oglesby
Senior Technical Architect
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RapidApp
Office 312.372.7188
Mobile 312.961.2380
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-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Oglesby=20
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 9:34 AM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: New Dell 1650 questions?


Well,

Since you currently have some MF boxes running these apps I would look
at them to see how they are doing on Proc and memory. Gives you a good
starting point.=3D20

I like duals for everything, unless I have tons (in the thousands of
users) then MAYBE quads or Blades (more for cable and OS mgmt than
anything else)

With a Dual I go 2 Gig of RAM. If you want to start with a GIG that is
fine but configure your memory so you still have slots available. So if
you have 4 slots and get a gig don't buy 4 256 modules. Then you have to
replace them all. Get 2 512's

For drives. Go with 18 gig scsi's, you can go bigger if there isn't much
of a price different.

Tear it up bro.

Ron Oglesby
Senior Technical Architect
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RapidApp
Office 312.372.7188
Mobile 312.961.2380
email roglesby@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Guzzo [mailto:marguz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]=3D20
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 9:38 AM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] New Dell 1650 questions?


Hello

I just had a nice talk with the director of IT here. I mentioned (thanks
Ron) to him the Dell 1650 series server, he jumped on it :-) Now he
wants me to spec it out and recommend how many servers to buy at first.
So my question(s) is this...

Recommend amount of memory? 1G or more?
Processor type? Looks like I can get PIII 1.8MHz (TWO per box)


I will be running OfficeXP, Meditech, Acrobat Reader. Looking a getting
5 Dell 1650's for now.


^^^ got Linux ^^^
Mark Guzzo
Sair LCA, LCP

Citrix Administrator

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