You would be a popular with your significant other as I was with my wife when I
had a PDP-11 in the living room.
> On Oct 12, 2016, at 6:38 PM, James A. Robinson <j...@highwire.org> wrote:
> Ha, looks familiar:
> Very neat, thank you for the description. But it's probably a bit
> more than I can fit into my closet. :-P
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 11:31 AM Brantley Coile <brantleyco...@me.com> wrote:
> SouthSuite’s production stack, plus a little.
> The top box, “wrens”, is a diskless file server, work done by the Great
> Quanstro. It’s Ken’s file server that uses ATA-over-Ethernet for its storage.
> The bottom of the picture are two SRX storage shelves, “300” and “200”, that
> are mirrors of each other. The machine “dmr” is our auth server, and
> “research” is our CPU server. Eric’s 9atom setup is mixed in there as well.
> They will pry IL out of my cold, dead fingers.
> Obviously this was all constructed, for the most part, out of old Coraid SRX
> junk that was laying around. Dmr was the first equipment purchased for
> SouthSuite proper.