Need your advise.
th_nuttapon at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 22 20:22:48 GMT 2005
To Charles Swiger ,
I'm apologize that may be occure many mails delivery to you, since my
outlook may have problem.
Please advise me , I would like to know that : Does BSD5.4 support
"High Availability Clustering" same like RedHatAS3.0 ? In term of the
capability to handle share disk-storage to support redundancy of fail over
single point of failure, that if one server fail then another one
can be promote to handle application service by share disk-storage in a
>From: Charles Swiger <cswiger at mac.com>
>To: Nuttapon Tharachaikul <th_nuttapon at hotmail.com>
>CC: freebsd-questions at FreeBSD.org
>Subject: Re: Need your advise.
>Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 15:40:30 -0400
>On Jun 22, 2005, at 3:32 PM, Nuttapon Tharachaikul wrote:
>> 1. After I created installation-CDROM. It was burned completly.
>> But I have a question about the following files ,Does it used for
>> - CHECKSUM.MD5
>If you run md5 (called "md5sum" sometimes) on the .iso file, it should
>match this checksum. This confirms the CD image you created has not been
>> 2. I would like to know about the feature of BSD5.4 ,where can I
>> Please give me a shortly information that BSD5.4,i386, can
>>handler about Clustering ,RAID and can support Physical Ram = 4 GB or not
>FreeBSD supports lots of flavors of RAID. The x86 code has limited
>support for PAE (greater than 4GB of physical RAM) but a fair number of
>drivers are not safe to use in that mode. If you plan on using more than
>4GB of RAM in a box, go with a 64-bit platform like AMD64, or maybe SPARC
>I'm not sure what you mean by "clustering" since people seem to use that
>to describe a lot of things.
>> Have any reference information's source the explain the purpose and
>>how to handle of its.
>Hmm: "parse error".
>> If I would like to order "SD 5.4 and Handbook, 3rd Edition, Users
>>Guide Bundle" from FreeBSD-Mall and ship to Thailand.
>> 1. How much ship-cost to delivery this media ?
>> 2. How long for delivery ?
>> 3. And Could you give me for discount ?
>Ask FreeBSD-Mall directly. They aren't the same as the people on this
>list, nor are they the same thing as the FreeBSD project itself.
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