[TriLUG] data center class x86 systems
tboggs at mcclatchyinteractive.com
Wed May 2 11:37:55 EDT 2012
Yes, the Cisco stuff looks pretty nice. It plays very nicely with RHEV, if
you are looking to virtualize. I think it is still too early to comment on
reliability though. That said, I am sure it it probably at least average.
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 11:29 AM, Sean Korb <spkorb at gmail.com> wrote:
> +1 for HP x86 blades and RHEL5. No issues. I like the BL460 Intel
> blades better than the BL685 AMD blades, but do some benchmarking to
> see which product works best for you. Lots of choices now from all
> the vendors.
> They're new, but I really like Cisco's UCS blade architecture. Maybe
> not as important to have all those features for Oracle but sure looks
> nice if you're managing a data center with a bunch of app servers.
> On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 10:25 AM, Keith Woodie <kwoodie at gmail.com> wrote:
> > We currently leverage Red Hat Linux 5 and HP x86 blades for our Oracle
> > cluster, which is fairly stable. I would be curious what hardware vendor
> > your currently leveraging.
> > Keith Woodie
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