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RE: Basic requirements for server

-----Original Message-----
From:	Tony Langdon [SMTP:tlang@freeway.apana.org.au]
Sent:	Monday, February 01, 1999 9:55 AM
To:	computerbank@linux.org.au
Subject:	Basic requirements for server

 pd> to run netscape and/or gui-based mail clients like xfmail very nicely
 pd> for all the clients.  Reliability could be a bit of an issue with
 pd> servers using second hand hard disks, though.

Shouldn't be too big a problem, going by the old disks we have clunking
away in the office. :-)  Besides, with regular backups (get a matched
pair and the dd command is useful :) ), things should run fine. :)

[Dave Whitla]  The Linux kernel provides native support for RAID disk striping.  This provides complete data redundancy for a relatively low cost server. 

..Information is power.