List your crappy home servers!

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  1. cvidler

    cvidler Member

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    crappy, hmmm crappy, nope sorry.

    my home servers (crappy compared to the stuff at work)

    - SVR (inactive)
    - BP6 2x 533 Celeron @ 600
    - 512MB PC133 SDRAM
    - 4x 40GB Quantum PATA drives
    - 2x Intel PRO/100 NICs

    - SVR_1
    - VP6 2x 1GHz P3 @ 1.2GHz
    - 1GB PC150 SDRAM
    - 4x 40GB Quantum PATA drives
    - Intel PRO/100s Dual Port NIC

    - SVR_2
    - VP6 2x 1GHz P3 @ 1.13GHz
    - 1GB PC150 SDRAM
    - 1x 40GB Quantum PATA drive
    - Intel PRO/100s NIC

    - SVR_3
    - PC-DL 2x 3.06GHz Xeon @ 3.8GHz (watercooled)
    - 1GB Corsair 3200LL (BH-5)
    - 7x 72GB Quantum Atlas 10K3 U160 SCSI (RAID5 on the PERC4)
    - 2x 72GB Quantum Atlas 10K3 U160 SCSI (RAID1 on the PERC2)
    - 1x 40GB Quantum PATA drive (damn I've got alot of these)
    - PERC4-DC hardware RAID5 card with 256MB ECC SDRAM and battery backup
    - PERC2-QC hardware RAID5 card with 128MB ECC SDRAM and battery backup
    - LTO1 tape backup drive (on PERC2 card)
     
  2. bugayev

    bugayev Whammy!

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    my server:

    Name: MATRIX

    P3-500MHz
    192M PC133
    8.4G HDD [Edit: Replaced with a 30g Seagate cos it died during the night -- that makes 2 8.4 gig paperweights :D]
    Matrox Gfx (who knows? max res is 1024x768)
    HP Proprietary Mobo for Vectra VL something
    O/S: Windows XP Pro with pretty much everythign shut off
    Purpose: Runs a Direct Connect Hub using ShadowDC

    Uptime: 2 hours. Its new. In fact, I only turned it on for the first time yesterday. Before that, it was in a cupboard.:D
     
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2004
  3. shaneb74

    shaneb74 Member

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    Location:
    Perth
    Family server:

    Name: arthur
    (missus has authurian time period fetish so all machines are named after knights)

    SUN SparcEngine AXi
    UltraSPARC IIi 440Mhz 2meg e-cache
    768 meg 3.3v ECC EDO dimms
    2x18gig UW SCSI Seagate - Installed.
    1x18gig UW SCSI Seagate - Not installed yet.
    2x36gig UW SCSI IBM - Not installed yet.
    PCI M64 videocard
    100mbps HME adapter

    O/S: Solaris 9

    Purpose: File/DNS/apache/dev/squid/anything else I can think of.

    Uptime: replaced old SparcStation 5 last week.

    5:36pm up 7 days 1:59, 1 user, load average: 0.00, 0.02, 0.02

    load averages: 0.01, 0.02, 0.02 arthur 17:36:34
    51 processes: 49 sleeping, 1 stopped, 1 on cpu
    CPU states: 99.4% idle, 0.0% user, 0.6% kernel, 0.0% iowait, 0.0% swap
    Memory: 768M real, 503M free, 132M swap in use, 950M swap free
     
  4. BBB

    BBB Member

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    Location:
    Up the road apiece...
    Name: Snowstorm (its got an all white case):rolleyes:

    OS: Solaris 9 x86

    Digital Dual P2 266 Celebris GL-2
    256mb RAM
    Quantum Fireball 15Gb
    Onboard video
    Onboard sound
    Onboard nic


    Purpose: Training / Expendability (can't break the ones at work :D )

    Uptime: 17 days
     
  5. Bert

    Bert Member

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    Location:
    Brisvegas
    Server name: Server (I know, really original)
    domain: none
    workgroup: games

    Specs:
    Celeron 300 Slot
    LX chipset mobo (I think)
    128Mb SDRam
    6Gig HDD
    Mini tower with 180Watt PSU
    no Floppy
    no CD rom
    no keyb
    no mouse
    no monitor

    OS: Red Hat 7.3

    It's really used as a router/firewall for my Optus Cable connection, with a Quake 2/3 server install. Also have a small Samba share on it to distribute patches/updates at lans.

    Uptime: God knows. It's up 24/7, only ever switched off when there's a power outage. It's been up for about 2 years, barring a couple of blackouts.
     
  6. fad

    fad Member

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    Location:
    City, Canberra, Australia
    Pentium 2.8Ghz C
    Gigabyte 865 board,
    1000Base-T intel nic
    100Base-T intel nic
    2gb ram,
    2x 200gb Seagate SATA RAID0
    2x 120gb Seagate PATA RAID1
    1x 80gb Seagate PATA (debian)

    Windows server, running vmware, and
    debian 3.0r1
    windows xp sp2
    windows 2000 sp4
    SME server
    smoothwall

    Celeron 1.7ghz
    512mb ddr ram,
    Intel 845 board
    1x 80gb WD
    3x 120gb WD RAID 0
    2x 100base-t intel nics.

    pending
    intel 875 board
    atx case
    no cpu
    no drive
    no ram

    Uptime, 10 days, had a power faliure, and beacuse of vmware took everything down
    Edit: added another UPS and more storage

    APC Smart-UPS 650VA (just replaced the batteries)
     
    Last edited: Sep 28, 2004
  7. Polkosity

    Polkosity Member

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    damn... I had mine up to 80 days uptime when my hot water service blew, and took the whole fuse box with it...... doh.
     
  8. krayzeee

    krayzeee Member

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    Location:
    Sydney
    Server1.
    PentiumII 300
    256MB RAM
    Bunch of HDDs
    Win2k File/Music/Backup/RoamingProfile Server for the whole house.
    Uptime a few months

    Server2.
    Pentium Pro 200
    64MB RAM
    3GB HDD
    Smoothwall box
    Uptime over 4 months

    Coming soon:

    Server3.
    Dual PPro 200's
    256MB RAM
    HDDs to be decided probably used in RAID
    Another file and backup server
     
  9. aegan

    aegan Member

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    Location:
    Under The Bridge
    Gateway/Webserver:
    name: hecate.irrational (camelot.merseine.nu)

    Type: Sun Ultra 1 Enterprise mainboard,
    Proc: Sun Ultra1 170 Mhz processor.
    RAM: Sun 256MB RAM
    HD0: 4.2GB Seagate 7200RPM
    CD0: Plextor 6plex scsi cdrom in a 611 external case
    nic0: onboard hme0 (10/100Mbit disabled, kernel bug)
    nic1: sbus hme1 (10/100Mbit uplink to switch)
    VGA: Sun Creator framebuffer
    OS: Debian 3.0r1/Sparc64/Stock Kernel
    apache/mysql/php4.0/sshd/smbd

    File/Domain Server:
    name: cyclops.illogical

    Type: M810LR (forget brand)
    Proc: Duron 800
    RAM: 256MB PC133
    IDE0: 80MB WD ATA133
    IDE1: 80MB WD ATA33
    CD0: IDE 52X black CDRom
    scsi0: AHA2940UW2
    scsi0:0 - 4.2GB Cheetah
    scsi0:1 - 4.2GB Cheetah
    nic0: sis900 (10/100 to switch)
    mdm0: 56K HMR modem (dialin)
    vga: onboard something
    OS: Win2k Server
    RRAS/FileShare/VNC
     
  10. nudge

    nudge Member

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    Location:
    Amsterdam NL
    Celeron (Mendocino) 501.41 MHz
    Cache Size 128 KB
    System Bogomips 980.99

    PCI Devices
    00:07.1 IDE interface: VIA Technologies, Inc. VT82C586A/B/VT82C686/A/B/VT8233/A/C/VT8235 PIPC Bus Master IDE
    00:07.5 Multimedia audio controller: VIA Technologies, Inc. VT82C686 AC97 Audio Controller
    00:08.0 Communication controller: Lucent Microelectronics 56k WinModem
    00:09.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corp. 82557/8/9 [Ethernet Pro 100]
    00:0a.0 Ethernet controller: Unknown device 0001:8139
    01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: S3 Inc. Savage 4

    IDE Devices
    hda: WDC WD2000JB-00FUA0 (Capacity: 186.31 GB)
    hdb: ST380021A (Capacity: 74.53 GB)
    hdc: Maxtor 85250D6 (Capacity: 4.89 GB)
    hdd: ATAPI CD-ROM DRIVE 40X MAXIMUM

    Canonical Hostname celery.home.nudgeee.net
    Listening IP 192.168.1.253
    Kernel Version 2.6.5-gentoo-r1 (SMP)
    Distro Name Gentoo Base System version 1.4.16
    Uptime 28 days 13 hours 2 minutes
    Current Users 0
    Load Averages 0.03 0.16 0.16

    apache 2, php 4.3.6, mysql 4, tomcat, proftpd, courier-imap, samba
     
    Last edited: Sep 28, 2004
  11. Sumomaniac

    Sumomaniac Member

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    Location:
    Gunnedah NSW
    Server Name: Black Betty
    Domain: None
    Uptime: 16:15:19 up 4 days, 31 min, 2 users, load average: 1.00, 1.00, 1.00


    Dell 300SC
    2x P2 450
    256mb Reg ECC
    80gig seagate on Promise Controller
    2x realtek 10/100nics
    No K/b
    No Mouse
    No Mon.

    Running Debian 3.0r1 2.6.8 Kernel
    CS 1.5 Server
    BF 1942 Server
    BFV Server
    Quake Server
    Q2 Server

    I might be giving this baby a workover with dual 850's pending a sale.

    Cheers
    Sumo
     
  12. Anarki

    Anarki Member

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    fwall - Firewall/router/VPN endpoint/IP accounting/NAT/DNS

    Celeron 533MHz, big passive heatsink w/60mm quiet fan
    Intel i810 all-in-one motherboard
    128MB RAM
    2GB 2.5" HDD
    95W PSU
    Two Intel Pro/100+ Mgmt NICs
    Macronix chipset-based NIC
    Housed in a cardboard box
    Slackware-10.0
    Stock 2.4.26 kernel


    tyan - FTP and SMB file server/game server/media streaming...

    Dual P3 600MHz at 800MHz, big passive heatsinks from two IBM desktops
    Tyan Tiger 100 motherboard
    896MB Crucial CL2 PC133
    30GB Seagate barracuda III
    160GB Hitachi Deskstar 7K250 SATA [coming soon]
    160GB Hitachi Deskstar 7K250 SATA [coming soon]
    160GB Hitachi Deskstar 7K250 SATA
    160GB Hitachi Deskstar 7K250 ATA w/adapter
    Two SiI3112A based 2-port PCI SATA controllers
    Alteon ACEnic 1000TX Gigabit NIC (With a 60mm fan to cool it)
    Intel Pro/100 S NIC
    Full tower case
    Slackware-10.0
    Custom 2.6.7 kernel
    vsftpd, samba, ut2004, bf:v, bf:1942, DC, ET, quake3
     
  13. adzza

    adzza New Member

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    Slowest server Ive had was:

    200mhz Compaq
    64mb edo
    250mb hdd ;)
     
  14. fad

    fad Member

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    my first server was

    Pentium 90
    24mb ram
    1.2gb hdd
    serial modem
    running debian 2.2
     
  15. vivian

    vivian Member

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    my server at home

    server name "vivian"
    VIA C3 933 Mhz
    512 mb Infineon SDRAM RAM 133 mhz
    ASUS CLUS (or something like that..)mini atx board
    onboard lan
    one extra nic for DSL
    one 14 GB hitachi laptop HDD
    1 180 GB Samsung HDD
    1 160 GB WD Hdd
    some ups, that can hold the server running for about 3 hours
    no monitor
    no keyboard
    no mouse
    only power and 2 lan cables *GG*

    Running Debian Sarge
    15:40:25 up 159 days, 15:13, 1 user, load average: 1.20, 0.80, 0.71
     
  16. wipeout

    wipeout Member

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    Location:
    Sydney, Australia
    Primary Server: Lian Li PC-6677 Aluminium Case|Antec TruePower 480W PSU|Tyan Tiger MPX 2466N-4M|AMD Athlon MP 1800+ (x2)|2GB Reg'd ECC DDR SDRAM (2 DIMMs)|128MB ATI Radeon 9200SE|Adaptec 39160 Dual-Channel U160 SCSI|2x36GB 10,000rpm Seagate Cheetah 10K.6 U320 SCSI HDD in RAID1|200GB 7,200rpm ATA HDD (Seagate)|32x Toshiba SCSI CD-ROM| (hosts multiple virtual servers)

    Secondary Server: AOpen HX-08 Case|AOpen 300W PSU|Abit BH6 rev1.0|Intel Celeron 633|320MB PC133 SDRAM|8MB S3 PCI video|2x17GB 7,200rpm Seagate PATA HDD in RAID1|40GB 7,200rpm Seagate PATA HDD|32x Toshiba SCSI CD-ROM|
     
  17. Blagit

    Blagit (Banned or Deleted)

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    Location:
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    myn is;
    Server 1- File Server
    =Celeron 600
    -generic everything
    -13 gig boot drive
    -x2 120 seagates on pci raid
    -etc
    -256x3 sourced ram
     
  18. thefatdx

    thefatdx Member

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    well seems this thread is revived again, i think ill update my crappy servers, i only just swapped them recently :D

    Tux (formally known as oddjob):
    Processor: Pentium II 400mhz
    Ram: 192meg SDRAM
    Video: Onboard ATI Rage
    Case: Compaq Deskpro EN SFF
    PSU: Compaq PSU unknown wattage
    HDD: 6 gig quantum
    Motherboard: OEM Compaq board
    LAN: Onboard intel pro 100
    3Com 100mbit PCI
    Sound: Onboard (Not enabled)
    OS: Smoothwall 2 :D
    Has an old netgear switch with a blown power supply running off a molex sticking out the back

    Old Tux
    Old retired Tux. When ever turned off the power supply needs to be "warmed up" then reset button pressed to boot up
    Processor: Pentium 1 120mhz
    Ram: 64meg EDO
    Video: Some old PCI Card, forget what it is
    Case: Quite small AT Case no-name brand
    PSU: 200watt yumcha AT
    HDD: 1.2gig Seagate
    CDROM: 24x (now lives in oddjob)
    Motherboard: ASUS Socket 7 Board, dont know model
    LAN: 2x 3com NIC's and 1 Realtek 10mbit
    Sound: none
    OS: Smoothwall 2 :D
    Before retirement it also used to power the switch. Now its probably gonna be a BSD Test box when i get round to it. For now, it will live in my cupboard

    New Oddjob
    I kept all the names as thats how their identified (tux is router oddjob is fileserver) originally the new tux was named this as it was in a small case and did what ever i threw at it.
    Processor: AMD Duron 800mhz
    Ram: 256meg SDRAM
    Video: SIS 6326 vid
    Case: Old no-name ATX
    PSU: Augira (or something.. yumcha) 250watt ATX
    HDD: 6 gig maxtor and 20 gig seagate
    CDROM: 24x
    Motherboard: PCCHIPS m810lmr (eww i know. but linux handles its unstableness better than windows)
    LAN: SIS 900 onboard
    Sound: SIS 7018 onboard (trying to get jukebox software running with no luck :mad: )
    OS: Slackware Linux 10 (kernel 2.6.8.1) used mostly for filesharing and soon some sound for my speakers.
     
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2004
  19. driver

    driver Member

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    Saw this on a thread search for something else, so I thought I'd post my update:

    Dual Processor Xeon 2.4Ghz
    Tyan Tiger i7501 (S2723) Motherboard
    Onboard Intel Pro/1000 MT Server Gigabit LAN
    Onboard Intel Pro/100 S Server LAN
    2Gb ECC DDR Memory
    IBM ServeRAID 4Lx Single Channel PCI-X SCSI RAID Controller with 32MB Cache
    2 x 36Gb 15kRPM Seagate SCA SCSI Hard Drives (in RAID1 for OS)
    3 x 36Gb 10kRPM Seagate SCA SCSI Hard Drives (in RAID5 for Data)
    1 x 36Gb 10kRPM Seagate SCSI Hard Drive (in RAID5)
    1 x 18Gb 10kRPM Seagate SCSI Hard Drive (Standalone for swap/cache)
    Intel SRCU31Single Channel PCI-X SCSI RAID Controller with 128MB ECC SDRAM Cache
    5 x 73Gb 10kRPM Seagate SCA SCSI Hard Drives (in RAID5 for Data)
    Intel SC5000 Rackmount 5RU Chassis
    2 x Intel SCA SCSI 5 bay Hotswap Cages
    LiteON 40x12x48 IDE CDRW Drive
    3.5" Floppy Drive
    Antec TruePower 550W Power Supply
    Extra 92mm Case Fan
    That's about ~600Gb of raw SCSI Storage!

    Power Supplied by a 1400VA UPS

    Networking via Gigabit of course :)
     
  20. driver

    driver Member

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    Saw this on a thread search for something else, so I thought I'd post my updated home server:

    Dual Processor Xeon 2.4Ghz
    Tyan Tiger i7501 (S2723) Motherboard
    Onboard Intel Pro/1000 MT Server Gigabit LAN
    Onboard Intel Pro/100 S Server LAN
    2Gb ECC DDR Memory
    IBM ServeRAID 4Lx Single Channel PCI-X SCSI RAID Controller with 32MB Cache
    2 x 36Gb 15kRPM Seagate SCA SCSI Hard Drives (in RAID1 for OS)
    3 x 36Gb 10kRPM Seagate SCA SCSI Hard Drives (in RAID5 for Data)
    1 x 36Gb 10kRPM Seagate SCSI Hard Drive (in RAID5)
    1 x 18Gb 10kRPM Seagate SCSI Hard Drive (Standalone for swap/cache)
    Intel SRCU31Single Channel PCI-X SCSI RAID Controller with 128MB ECC SDRAM Cache
    5 x 73Gb 10kRPM Seagate SCA SCSI Hard Drives (in RAID5 for Data)
    Intel SC5000 Rackmount 5RU Chassis
    2 x Intel SCA SCSI 5 bay Hotswap Cages
    LiteON 40x12x48 IDE CDRW Drive
    3.5" Floppy Drive
    Antec TruePower 550W Power Supply
    Extra 92mm Case Fan
    That's about ~600Gb of raw SCSI Storage!

    Power Supplied by a 1400VA UPS

    Networking via Gigabit of course :)
     

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