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AllNightNerding
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  #141550 30-Jun-2008 16:05
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That is just to far... how do you a) have enough time to keep all of that going b) make that much of a detailed diagram of it c) and pay for all of it!




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  #141553 30-Jun-2008 16:12
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AllNightNerding: That is just to far... how do you a) have enough time to keep all of that going b) make that much of a detailed diagram of it c) and pay for all of it!


a. luck. I don't have too many failures (although I've had some crackers)
b. took a while to first document, but once complete it's easy as long as you update whenever you make a change
c. marry into money (helps with question a. also)

ps. you can see from my avatar, I have a lot of appeal in the well-to-do circles ;-)

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  #141582 30-Jun-2008 16:59
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Actually, I was wondering:

d) What are you doing on the OS/400 gear?



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  #141589 30-Jun-2008 17:09
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logicalit: Actually, I was wondering:

d) What are you doing on the OS/400 gear?


RPG (no, not Role Playing Game nor Rocket Propelled Grenade, although some may argue the latter is not as destructive). I've not found a reliabel emmulation, so the real thing it is. The baby (only 40kgs) uses less power but is running an old O/S, while the monster (428kg) runs the most up to date O/S for that series.

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  #141594 30-Jun-2008 17:24
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You working in websphere?  Interesting stuff...... 

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  #141595 30-Jun-2008 17:28
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logicalit: You working in websphere?  Interesting stuff...... 


No, I'm afraid of the interweb.

My job is non technical, the guff at home is for ***** & giggles. My first programming job was RPG. the last work I did with Websphere was on OS/2.

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#141780 1-Jul-2008 09:05
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AllNightNerding: That is just to far... how do you ...


Think of the power needed to keep this running. On the other hand you don't need a central heating system in the house...




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  #141781 1-Jul-2008 09:10
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freitasm:
AllNightNerding: That is just to far... how do you ...


Think of the power needed to keep this running. On the other hand you don't need a central heating system in the house...


the monster, at peak, can product 800 BTU/hr. you should see the power meter spin when it's doing that.

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  #142010 1-Jul-2008 19:51
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freitasm:
AllNightNerding: That is just to far... how do you ...


Think of the power needed to keep this running. On the other hand you don't need a central heating system in the house...


Funny you shoudl mention that, With my computers in my office Dad and I have a silent argument turning my heaters on and off in my room (powered by the central heating system)

Im winning at the moment, but he comes in before I wake up and turns them back off.




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  #146199 10-Jul-2008 16:30
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xpd: SOme of you guys have way too much time on your hands :)

My setup :

3Com ADSL Wifi Router -> 10/100 switch ----- AMD 3200+ System (mine)
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----- Compaq Laptop (wifes)

And thats it :-p

Adding in another box soon just to run backups and log data usage from the router via SNMP.


Sounds like a job for a kurobox or other hackable nas :)

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  #147461 13-Jul-2008 16:48
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Finally got around to doing a network diagram...

Network Diagram

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#147485 13-Jul-2008 18:38
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Here is my insanely boring setup, Only yesterday did I rip out the extra servers and the switch.
's more of a media setup than a real network.

My main PC now runs slackware linux.


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  #151745 27-Jul-2008 11:04
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Added a 901 to the collection, small enough to be mobile, dedicated enough to be funtional without trying to pretend to be a phone at the same time.

LAN with eee 901 added

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  #151757 27-Jul-2008 11:47
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I think you need to add a voip PABX and some sip trunks..  You're missing the oppertunity to use UM on your home LAN...

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  #151773 27-Jul-2008 12:24
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lyonrouge:
freitasm:
AllNightNerding: That is just to far... how do you ...


Think of the power needed to keep this running. On the other hand you don't need a central heating system in the house...


the monster, at peak, can product 800 BTU/hr. you should see the power meter spin when it's doing that.



Thats not ***too** bad. A newish low spec DL380 is ~3490 BTU :)

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