There is one server that we have and that I can possible use
Dual Pentium 1.2 ghz CPU
1 gig of Ram
18 gb SCSI
What performance can I expect from this machine. What usage would it be
able to handle?
From: Defryn, Guy
Sent: Tuesday, 9 December 2003 9:01 a.m.
Subject: RE: Specs for a dedicated MySQL server
This looks like a flash server. I am not sure if we will have enough
Mysql use to justify this. Does anyone have an idea for what kind of use
(amount of db etc) that I would use this kind of server?
From: Gabriel Ricard [mailto:glists@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, 9 December 2003 7:32 a.m.
To: Defryn, Guy
Subject: Re: Specs for a dedicated MySQL server
There's actually a MySQL Database Appliance out there. Have you looked
at that yet?
You could run MySQL on any number of different machines. Intel, Athlon,
PowerPC, etc. Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X.
On Dec 7, 2003, at 4:41 PM, Defryn, Guy wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have been asked to investigate a solution to offer MySQL to our
> I am not sure how many people will make use of it at this stage.
> Most people would most likely use it as a backend for message boards
> And to store information on whatever they are doing. I am sure it will
> be for web purposes only.
> I cannot see the need for transactions etc.
> My employer usually goes for HP DL380 G3 servers. Any tips on
> redundancy, backup etc?
> Also, Is there anyone who uses Windows on a Mysql production server? I
> want to use FreeBSD or Linux but that might not be up to me.
> What License do I need? Basically we are an ISP for our departments
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