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December 1, 2007, 4:05 pm
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a xeon (single core i think) 2.8ghz.. with 4gb ram.. was using around
3200mb of ram.
It ran x86 server 2003.
Now we are building the new one.. which i'm guessing i'll probably
x64 for sure.
***I was thinking of the Harpertown Xeon quad core 2.33ghz processor
Here is what it will do: (4 total servers, 40 workstations, 35ish
File serving (member server only)
Live Communication Server 2007
Great Plains Dynamics 10.0
System Center Config manager
System Center Virtual Machine Manager
Sql 2k5 default instance (vmm and sccm)
Sql 2k5 dynamics instance
Sql 2k5 OCS instance
Trend Micro antivirus central point
UPS shipping software
**Maybe virtual server 2005 (virtualize a few above?)
It runs a raid5 4 disk array.
Would this CPU be enough for these tasks.. would i be better off with
the 2.83ghz one.. or maybe two quad core 2.33's?
I guess if i choose to use virtual server, i may want to expand to
of memory? Does it make sense for restore ability, to virtualize say
Live Server 2007 and System Center Config Manager on this same box
instance (with SQL 2005 on those virtual server instances too)?
Thanks in advance
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