[THIN] Re: Sizing NFuse server

Oh yeah...Forgot specs...

3-18 gig drives

Mirror with hot spare config....

1 gig ram

2 - 2.4 Xeon Procs

A little overkill for the Nfuse boxes...but the Xeon
procs come in handy on the CSG because of the encrypt
and decrypt function.

-MURPHY



--- Brian Murphy <bem9127@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> I'm currently running 4 DL380 G3's and using a
> Foundry
> Switch to load balance the IPs
> 
> 2 boxes with CSG 
> 2 boxes with NFUSE
> 
> The VIP is the SSL Cert address.  Each CSG and each
> NFUSE share a SSL Cert.
> 
> -MURPHY
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> --- Gene.I.Herman@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
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> > We are going to do a similar rollout - using
> > DL-360G2  1.25 GB and mirrored
> > 18 gb drives. The 1U servers are being used for
> > Nfuse, STA and CSG - in
> > effect using 6U for 6 boxes
> > 
> > Gene Herman
> > Systems Engineer
> > Healthnet of the North East
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> > We are doing a round robin between two NFuse
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> > behind BIG-IP.  We
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> > be loading Windows 2000 IIS 5.0 on these servers
> and
> > running only the NFuse
> > Web pages.  I feel we will have two servers behind
> > BIG-IP giving us a
> > virtual look of one site.  I feel two NFuse
> servers
> > will be adequate but I
> > am not sure how to size them.  I feel that I don't
> > need much power because
> > the user only uses the IIS servers to authenticate
> > and once the Published
> > Application is executed the IIS server is no
> longer
> > in the mix.  Here is
> > what I feel I need.
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> > PE1650, Pentium III-T, 1.4
> > Ghz, 512K Cache,
> > Single Processor
> >                          *           1 GB RAM
> Memory
> >                          *           36 GB Hard
> > drive, Raid 1 (2nd 36 GB
> > Hard Drive)
> >                          *           1.44MB Floppy
> > and 24X IDE Internal
> > CD-ROM drive
> >                          *           Type 2
> contract
> > - 4-Hour 7x24 contract
> > 
> > Does this sound reasonable?  If not, what should I
> > change?
> > 
> > Thank You.
> > Jay
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