OVH Community, your new community space.

Would you be interested?


anonbit
31-07-2010, 02:11
Sign me up

RapidSpeeds
29-07-2010, 22:45
True... that's brilliant though, lol.

Although you would be cheaper to buy a rack and use vSphere/ESXi - you would get better performance and a lot more options too :P

Thelen
29-07-2010, 17:01
And? There doesn't exist any commercial motherboard that supports more than 8 yet either way. The point is, 512GB RAM You can customise it as well...

I've managed to get it to $450,000USD total

RapidSpeeds
29-07-2010, 11:01
That can only support 8 procs though?

Thelen
29-07-2010, 05:08
Pfff, that is nothing, check out:
http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en...3-3716072.html

Myatu
28-07-2010, 23:04
LOL! I needed that +1

gregoryfenton
28-07-2010, 22:59
Sure Oles

You have my home address, box that baby up and send it on over here.

I may even pay a little towards postage if you throw in 128 GiB of RAM and 60TiB of hard drive.

Why would you be wanting to get rid of a machine as low spec as that? Surely you can find someone silly enough to not realise how slow and unstable such a machine would be.

Heck I bet you couldn't even run more than 300 simultaneous users on that.

Sorry Oles your standards are slipping.

Google translate of above message from language "sarcasm" to language "awe":
omg omg omg want want want want

come on euromillions daddy wants a new server

zydron
30-06-2010, 20:56
4 x 8 cores?

yonatan
30-06-2010, 14:50
I Like that
how many sockets ?

Tz-OVH
25-06-2010, 16:56
Quote Originally Posted by RapidSpeeds
He said 32 cores, no mention of threads :P
With his English/French its best not to assume whats written is what was meant.

elvis1
25-06-2010, 00:40
intel or amd? cloud?

RapidSpeeds
24-06-2010, 19:20
He said 32 cores, no mention of threads :P

Tz-OVH
24-06-2010, 18:55
How much of that is HT?

oles@ovh.net
24-06-2010, 13:42
Hello,

Is this a server that might interest you?

root@32.cores.baby~# cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep processor
processor : 0
processor : 1
processor : 2
processor : 3
processor : 4
processor : 5
processor : 6
processor : 7
processor : 8
processor : 9
processor : 10
processor : 11
processor : 12
processor : 13
processor : 14
processor : 15
processor : 16
processor : 17
processor : 18
processor : 19
processor : 20
processor : 21
processor : 22
processor : 23
processor : 24
processor : 25
processor : 26
processor : 27
processor : 28
processor : 29
processor : 30
processor : 31

32 cores, for real...

Regards,
Octave