pcloches at gmail.com
Mon Jun 23 21:55:51 UTC 2008
Celerin is probably fine, I assume you don't have a lot of DNS
traffic. Usually NS2 is on another network...
If its a 64-bit Xeon, AMD would be the right choice. Last gen Xeons
and before... I386. 7.0 has a lot of SMP improvements besides all the
other fixes, features and improvements... Why are you shy about using
it like it costs more than 6? :)
On Jun 23, 2008, at 4:38 PM, "Grant Peel" <gpeel at thenetnow.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Two questions for the Web hosting types out there:
> 1. Does anyone use Celeron based nameservers? (i.e. I have two brand
> new Dell PE R200s and was considering using them as ns1 and ns2.
> What version of FBSD would one use (I am thinking 6.3 Rel, but us
> there any compelling reason to use 7.0?
> 2. What machine type would you suggest for Intel Xenon Duel Core?
> AMD or i386? Again, is there any real benifit to moving to 7.0 from
> a processor standpoint?
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