[lug] [OT] Building custom servers

Todd Ruskell truskell at Mines.EDU
Wed Jan 15 10:54:57 MST 2003

I haven't used them for servers, but Cadco Inc. in Louisville usually
carries pretty good stuff, is nearly all custom, and is linux savvy, to


On Wed, 2003-01-15 at 09:04, Nancy Perry wrote:
> I'm new to Boulder and am looking for a local shop that
> will put together a custom, high-end server.  I figured
> the local linux hackers would know where to direct me. :-)
> Basically the "must-have" things I am looking for are:
> dual proc (2+ GHz procs), 1-2GB RAM, 800 GB storage
> (maybe 4 200GB disks), and a "nice-to-have" is the
> ability to add more disks.
> I don't want to have to pay for extra stuff like high end
> graphics, sound, etc (the usual junk that is sold to the
> masses), just want a beefy server.
> I'd appreciate any pointers... where do locals go for your toys?
> Nancy
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