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edavrio
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Re: How big are your fileservers?

#16 Postby edavrio » Aug 21, 2012 1:38 am

beeman1212 wrote:So... like the subject says. How big are your fileservers? (storage wise)

Right now, I only have one fileserver it's 4x2TB Raid 5. How about you? :)


Well as I remember we have 12 Converting Servers only:
i7 CPU 3.4GHz
4GB RAM

2 WebServers
2 x i7 CPU 3.4GHz
16GB RAM

40 EDGE Servers serving files
Xeon CPU's minimum 16 cores
24GB RAM minimum
1 to 10Gbps connection

2 Storage NAS Servers (second one backups the first)
16TB in RAID10 (1st bay)
16TB in RAID60 (2nd bay)
8TB in RAID10 (3rd bay)
2TB in RAID0 (3rd bay)
10Gbps Connection
42TB Space per NAS
I can add another 42TB in the Free HDD bays.

Cisco Networking between everything at 1 or 10Gbps.

ankurs
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Joined: Mar 10, 2009 2:34 am

Re: How big are your fileservers?

#17 Postby ankurs » Aug 21, 2012 9:06 am

edavrio wrote:
beeman1212 wrote:So... like the subject says. How big are your fileservers? (storage wise)

Right now, I only have one fileserver it's 4x2TB Raid 5. How about you? :)


Well as I remember we have 12 Converting Servers only:
i7 CPU 3.4GHz
4GB RAM

2 WebServers
2 x i7 CPU 3.4GHz
16GB RAM

40 EDGE Servers serving files
Xeon CPU's minimum 16 cores
24GB RAM minimum
1 to 10Gbps connection

2 Storage NAS Servers (second one backups the first)
16TB in RAID10 (1st bay)
16TB in RAID60 (2nd bay)
8TB in RAID10 (3rd bay)
2TB in RAID0 (3rd bay)
10Gbps Connection
42TB Space per NAS
I can add another 42TB in the Free HDD bays.

Cisco Networking between everything at 1 or 10Gbps.


Edge servers ? How did u get this setup done ? Sibsoft coded or yourself?

ufkabakan
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Joined: Apr 13, 2011 9:37 pm

#18 Postby ufkabakan » Aug 21, 2012 9:12 am

@edavrio
Where to host your servers? Own hardware? Can you give me some price for some parts of your servers?

edavrio
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Joined: Aug 17, 2012 9:00 pm

Re: How big are your fileservers?

#19 Postby edavrio » Aug 21, 2012 10:44 am

ankurs wrote:
edavrio wrote:
beeman1212 wrote:So... like the subject says. How big are your fileservers? (storage wise)

Right now, I only have one fileserver it's 4x2TB Raid 5. How about you? :)


Well as I remember we have 12 Converting Servers only:
i7 CPU 3.4GHz
4GB RAM

2 WebServers
2 x i7 CPU 3.4GHz
16GB RAM

40 EDGE Servers serving files
Xeon CPU's minimum 16 cores
24GB RAM minimum
1 to 10Gbps connection

2 Storage NAS Servers (second one backups the first)
16TB in RAID10 (1st bay)
16TB in RAID60 (2nd bay)
8TB in RAID10 (3rd bay)
2TB in RAID0 (3rd bay)
10Gbps Connection
42TB Space per NAS
I can add another 42TB in the Free HDD bays.

Cisco Networking between everything at 1 or 10Gbps.


Edge servers ? How did u get this setup done ? Sibsoft coded or yourself?


Hello.
Yes coded by our self. We change a lot of things.

We host servers in our own datacenter. Own Hardware. Own everything. What kind of prices do you need? If you want to ask me something go ahead via PM.

Thanks.

ankurs
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Re: How big are your fileservers?

#20 Postby ankurs » Aug 21, 2012 11:14 am

edavrio wrote:Hello.
Yes coded by our self. We change a lot of things.

We host servers in our own datacenter. Own Hardware. Own everything. What kind of prices do you need? If you want to ask me something go ahead via PM.

Thanks.

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edavrio
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#21 Postby edavrio » Aug 28, 2012 4:31 pm

my skype is edavrio

venture89
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#22 Postby venture89 » Sep 05, 2012 5:07 am

amator wrote:We have:

12 x 3TB on HARD RAID 60, network 10Gbps
48GB RAM, 2 x Inter Bi Xeon

1. Operating system type, options: 64 bit or 32 bit
2. OS, options: CentOS 5, CentOS 6, CloudLinux 6.2 or Debian 6.0
3. Server Control Panel, options: None, DirectAdmin, Parallels Plesk Panel or cPanel/WHM
4. Is 1 IP address is enough?


1. 64 bit
2. centos 6
3. none
4. no


Do you mind sharing where is a good place for 10Gbps servers? I know FDCServer have them but they had some terrible bandwidth issues when we were with them 2 years ago. Any other place that I have missed?

I don't think it is a good idea to keep all your FS in same DC as well..any thoughts?

thanks.


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