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1gb/s for IV, V


slayer2005
14-04-2009, 07:34
Quote Originally Posted by Marks
to contribute at the discussion, I would say that the strongest point made is that RPS is a low end product: it's cheap and it's fun. For that price, I think it's a great machine, but 1Gbps is something reserved for Professional machines.
Agreed 100%

marks
27-03-2009, 11:18
to contribute at the discussion, I would say that the strongest point made is that RPS is a low end product: it's cheap and it's fun. For that price, I think it's a great machine, but 1Gbps is something reserved for Professional machines.

Andy
27-03-2009, 10:40
Quote Originally Posted by unclebob
RAM
which would bottleneck in minutes.

it wont happen on such a low end product. youre lucky to get 100mbps unmetered!

unclebob
26-03-2009, 17:17
Quote Originally Posted by ruperthair
How are you going to send/recieve 1gbit/s to/from the Internet if you can't read/write it from/to your disk?
RAM

ruperthair
26-03-2009, 15:56
Quote Originally Posted by JMC
How about limiting SAN access to 100mb/s then?
How are you going to send/recieve 1gbit/s to/from the Internet if you can't read/write it from/to your disk?

JMC
25-03-2009, 18:23
How about limiting SAN access to 100mb/s then?

freshwire
25-03-2009, 16:58
Problem is you are accessing shared disk at 1Gbps then.

JMC
25-03-2009, 16:38
You offer 100mb/s for under 10, so have you considered 1gb/s downstream for the higher RPS servers? How about 2 new servers, the same as IV + V but with more downstream?

Thanks!