Re: intel clusters in a box

  • From: Matthew Zito <mzito@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: stellr@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2005 17:20:47 -0500

Actually, sorry to weigh in late on this with a vendor blurb, but - one 
of the ways we sell our management software is pre-packaged with Redhat 
licenses and IBM blades as an appliance.  Drop it in your 
infrastructure, an hour later you're creating oracle 9i and 10g 
clusters on the blades on the fly.

Thanks,
Matt

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On Jan 20, 2005, at 4:52 PM, Ray Stell wrote:

>
>
> No bites on this.  I emailed a dell rep.  He suggested I start reading
> at www.dell.com/oracle
>
> Seems redhat/dell/emc are working together to produce such offerings.
>
>
>
>
> On Tue, Jan 18, 2005 at 11:14:36AM -0500, Ray Stell wrote:
>>
>> I've been building my own intel/linux clusters for testing.  I'm
>> wondering if you have tested any commerical offerings for the whole 9
>> yards; processers, FC, and storage.
>>
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>>
>> http://www.straightdope.com/classics/a2_252.html
>>
>> "More commonly, however, you hear that the expression comes from the
>> capacity of ready-mix concrete trucks. Concrete trucks supposedly
>> contain nine cubic yards when fully loaded."
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