APC Cabinet Source

Jul 31, 2009

Anybody have a good source for APC cabinets? I need a full truck-load of AR3100.

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1/2 Cabinet Or Full Cabinet

Jun 29, 2007

Just wanted to get some opinions. I assume you are trying to colo, and you will fill 1/2 rack in 1 year. I have two options:

1. Get 1/2 rack, 20amps first and get another one when full.
2. Get full rack, 20amps and add 20amps later.

The first one will save $250/mo. The second one will give you redundancy and privately your rack/cabinet.

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Kernel Source Install Help Needed On Fc6 X64I Am Trying To Install The Kernel Source.

May 13, 2007

I am trying to install the kernel source.
I have downloaded kernel-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6.src.rpm
I am using fedora 6 64bit.
here are my current kernels:


here is what I seen when I installed kernel-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6.src.rpm

rpm -ivh kernel-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6.src.rpm
1:kernel warning: user brewbuilder does not exist - using root
warning: group brewbuilder does not exist - using root
warning: user brewbuilder does not exist - using root
########################################### [100%]
warning: user brewbuilder does not exist - using root
warning: group brewbuilder does not exist - using root

then when I ran:
rpmbuild -bp --target=$(uname -m) /usr/src/redhat/SPECS/kernel-2.6.spec

I seen this error:
+ Arch=x86_64
+ make ARCH=x86_64 nonint_oldconfig
In file included from /usr/include/sys/socket.h:35,
from /usr/include/netinet/in.h:24,
from /usr/include/arpa/inet.h:23,
from scripts/basic/fixdep.c:117:
/usr/include/bits/socket.h:310:24: error: asm/socket.h: No such file or directory
make[1]: *** [scripts/basic/fixdep] Error 1
make: *** [scripts_basic] Error 2
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.93770 (%prep)

I need to have this installed to get a app installed etc...
suggestions or ideas?

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How Many Servers Fit In A Cabinet

Mar 24, 2008

I have a guesstimate, but I wanted to check with someone more knowledgeable.

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Cabinet Configuration

Aug 16, 2007

Lets assume I have the following equipment Hardware Firewall, Switch, 1U KVMoIP, 1U server and a 0U APC Switchable Power strip.

So there is 1 FastE ethernet drop.


Switch -> KVMoIP
-> APC
-> Server

Of course, then


My question is, which comes first after the FastE drop, firewall then switch or vice-versa?

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Cabinet At PAIX

Apr 23, 2007

providers who might have a cabinet available at PAIX?

We just got a great deal on a Gig circuit to PAIX, but the carrier doesn't have space available.

We'll probably to putting in a 6506 - so at least half a cabinet, most likely a full one.

We don't need bandwidth, just a cabinet and power.

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Getting A Cogent Connection To A Cabinet

Jul 31, 2009

if I rented a half, or full cabinet for colocation. And would wanted Cogent was my isp for the cabinet how much do they charge?

Days they take to setup?

Costs to setup? (Setup fee?)

I know their pricing 100Mbps for $1,000 which is pretty crazy deal. And if I would go on their contract would it save me a setup fee?

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What Should I Expect To Pay For Half Cabinet

Jul 20, 2009

I currently use a half cabinet and think I'm paying way too much. I pay $1,000/month for half rack (10 meg bandwidth) 20 amps power, etc. Service and connectivity has been great (Ashburn, VA data center) but I think it's just over priced.

What should I pay for half cab, 20 amps, 5-10 MEG bandwidth, 20 amps?

On that note, what if I was to go for a full cabinet solution, same power and bandwidth, what is ultimately the expected price for a reputable colo provider?

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23-inch Cabinet Choices

Jun 25, 2008

I use APC Netshelter cabinets now; I have a need for some cabinets with 23-inch wide rails, capable of holding telco muxes, rectifiers, batteries, etc. Any suggestions on cabinet?

Something that would blend in with APC Netshelters (black, bowed/curved door on cold aisle) would be nice. I know I've seen a cabinet very similar to Netshelter delivered from NetApp, but with a grey/off-black color, and 1-piece door on the hot aisle. If APC is just sourcing their cabinets from some manufacturer who takes engineering requests, it would be great to find out who makes them.

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Choosing A Switch For Cabinet.

Mar 1, 2007

I'm planning to move my co-located server to a cabinet soon. We are adding dedicated web & database servers to take the load off of the main box. I will get one GigE drop in this cabinet, so obviously I need a switch.

No routing is needed on my end, so my guess is that the regular GigE switch would do just fine. But I have few concerns about my setup.

All of my servers have dual GigE port. My plan is to connect one to the internet, and another to a local private lan for SMB, database, SNMP, and such. Jumbo frame is enabled on a private lan.

Is there any 16-port switch that allows me to assign 8 ports into one virtual switch (1500-byte frame) and another 8 into another virtual switch (9000-byte frame) ?

On the internet side, I expect to be pushing around 300-400mbps, a bit higher on the private lan. I need a very stable switch that won't choke or crash at this rate.

I'd also like to be able to limit throughput on each port, and probably do port/ip filtering on this switch instead of iptables on each box. (Am I asking too much for a switch?)

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Cabinet Co-location (How Does It Work)

Aug 11, 2007

If I colo a full cabinet with anyone like colo4dallas, calpop or any other random host:

Does it mean they give me a cabinet I can put my servers in


Do I have to bring my own Cabinet?

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Ganging Up On Cabinet Colocation

Aug 25, 2007

When looking at the 1U's, I have to search really long and hard trying to find a half-decent host. A lot of companies skimp on something when offering colo, and makes for a bad day when that particular service is needed.

On the other hand, I see a lot of colocation offers for great deals on Cabinets and half Cabinets. High, premium bandwidth, PLENTY of amps, top of the line support, etc. It would be tempting to go for these, except I only have a single unit server.

I was going to give up on finding a good colo, then I got an idea. What if I got together a few other people, we all pitched in for our slice of a cabinet, and bring the price well within reasonable limits for those of us with low demands?

Would it be too difficult to do something like this? If you run across this topic and are looking for colo, would you be willing to give this a shot?

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Best Place To Buy Shelves For A Dell Cabinet

Feb 25, 2009

Where is the best place to buy shelves for a dell cabinet?

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Average Bandwidth Usage Per Cabinet

Nov 1, 2007

I'm about to move 31 machines into a 42U full cabinet

Previously I was on an uncapped bandwidth provider but we had a lot of problems with them so I decided to find a new provider who charges bandwidth by mbps

I do not have mrtg installed or managed switches, but I may start with 10mbps.

But I'm just curious, what takes a full cabinet with more than 30 machines does the total bandwidth takes you.

Perhaps any colo provider here don't mind to share their stats.

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Opinions On This Cabinet Style's Ability To Cool

Mar 29, 2007

What do you think about this cabinet style's ability to cool say 18-20 1U core 2 duo servers? [see attached jpeg.]

its got a fan in the ceiling of it. I have read that ceiling fans don't do much and its the front to back cooling that really makes a difference. Is this true?

If you don't like this type of cab, which type do you like?

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1-2 Cabinet Colo In San Francisco Bay Area (East Bay, Too)

Nov 20, 2007

I'm currently colocated in 365 Main in San Francisco.

Due to power limitations there I need a new place with 1-2 cabinets, about 25Amps and 1-2mbps committed.

I'm looking for a long-term, reliable, 24x7 NOC, with no surprises. If my servers are down, I'm out of business, so uptime (power+network) is the most important factor.

I will summarize the recommendations I get and post them back here.

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10TB 1/4 Cabinet Deals - Looking To Expand Our Failover Product

Oct 11, 2009

Please do share if you know of a 10TB colo offer in either east or west. I know co-location is bandwidth-based but this is what we're looking for right now. Here are the requirements:

10TB (up and/or down) transfer on at least 100Mbps port

Good uptime history (BGP mix, A/B redundant power feeds, redundant hvac, etc)

Friendly crew (willing to help rack up 1U's if it's remote)

20A circuit (willing to consider 10A)

Access to KVMoIP

Ethernet drop

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Bay Area Colocation 1/2 Secured Cabinet With 8 Amps Of Power

Feb 15, 2007

Here are my requirements:
A. Space: 1/2 a secured cabinet
B. Location : Bay area
C. Power: 8 amps
D. B/w: 1 Mbps

I got quotes from
A. www.bayarea.net for 1 cabinet with 20 amps $699
B. www.he.net for 1 cabinet with 15 amps $600
C. www.svcolo.com/ for 1 cabinet with 15 amps $695

I am wondering who can give me 1/2 a secured cabinet for around $300 to $400

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XFP Source?

Oct 17, 2009

I'm under the gun, and looking for a source for 40km and 80km XFPs (e.g. Finisar, Agilestar), who keeps them in stock and at a good price. I prefer to work with vendors who are subject to US law.

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XEN Source Max Ips

Jun 21, 2007

Does xensource support more than 3 ips per domU?

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Open Source SAN

Apr 14, 2009

I bought two Dell R200 because they was extremely cheap.

My target is Open Source SAN with active/passive setup.

Now i was wondering what RAID-level I should go for.

I will use 1TB SATA-II disks.

1) RAID-1 in both servers and mirror each other with DRBD.
With this setup i have like double RAID-1 so i lose lots of disk space.
4 disks -> 1TB

2) No-raid at all and i will mirror data with DRBD.
4 disks -> 2TB

Then there is change to go for RAID-5. Theres enough space to put third disk in that case

3) RAID-5 in both servers. Mirrors data with DRBD.
6 disks -> 2TB but more performance.

But in every setup i lose space more then i would like to.

Actually i dont need space more then 1TB, but i would like to get best possible redundancy and most space available i could.

Also need to remember that those servers does not support hot-plug HDs so in case there is disk-failure i need to be able to shutdown one server and iSCSI should still be up and running.

Of course theres change to make it active/active.

I was thinking that if I go for the RAID-5 I will make LVM-VG on both nodes (san-vg1 and san-vg2) and use it 50/50.

In case of fail both VG's will be used from working node.

Im going to use Debian Lenny I guess..

I was looking for OpenFiler because of the GUI, but im familiar with Debian and have always done everything from cmd.

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Apt-get Php5 Or From Source

Jan 20, 2008

Running ubuntu server 6 if I apt-get php5 the version I get is 5.1.2.

Now the latest version on the php.net site is 5.2.5.

Does it really make much of a difference if I'm slightly below current? What are your thoughts please?

I know if I go compiling from source php and mysql are difficult to get working together which is why I like the apt-get method.

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Sep 25, 2007

Website source is a great hosting company! They host up to 8 domains for $107.00.. They have great customer service and they offer 24 hours online support.

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Open Source A/V

Sep 22, 2007

an A/V kind of solution, that allows me to use my own custom signatures, etc. just wondered if such a thing existed.

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Jun 10, 2007

does anybody have a script that can veiw the php source code before it runs to the server of an external site

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Oct 1, 2009

I am looking for a opensource ftp client so I don't have to license a million computers with it. Any body have any good ones they can list?

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May 7, 2009

I have installed dovecot from source some time ago. Now i require it to be thoroughly removed. regarding the procedure for a proper uninstall.

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Commitment To Open Source

Aug 28, 2009

Natcoweb offers Commitment to Open source - can you explain to me what it means?
Can't understand that statement.

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Jsp Displays Source Code

Mar 10, 2008

Some JSP pages display the source code. Some work and some don't even after recompiling apache with tomcat module and restarting jsp.

-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 6.5K Mar 10 17:18 index.jsp

Not sure where the jsp logs are, but there were no errors in the domlogs.

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Nov 20, 2008

if anyone replaces a commercial program with their own open source as for eg what Friendster did. For Netscaler, any open source development that are close are similar to it?

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Dec 10, 2008

Which PHP encoder do you all suggest out of Ioncube and Source Guardian? Or possibly another if you know a good one. I checked out Zend Encoder, but its expensive as hell.
Currently I'm thinking about Ioncube. I know the majority of web hosts have ioncube loader installed, but I'm not sure about source guardian.

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