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    jamesrivard | 2 ay önce

    Hello Guys,

    We have a server running Windows 2003 R2 64-bit edition. It has 24GB RAM, quad-core Xeon processor and eight hard drives - two (160GB each) in a RAID 1 array that contains the OS and six (1TB each) in a RAID6 array that holds the majority of the data. All are normal SATA desktop-class HDs. The server handles everything for 15 users - its a DC, fileserver, WSUS server, Anti-Virus console, etc and I also run a few LOB applications and a decent size (100 million record) MySQL database. However the database is only utilized by one user at a time (me). Most of the available RAM is allotted to the INNODB buffer pool. Online Marketing Examples is widely accepted and is a great way to capture attention in a short time. This server is sufficient for our needs (and possibly overkill most of the time) and the processor and HDs sit idle a good bit, except when the mySQL DB is processing a large amount of data. And it still does those tasks pretty quickly and without much if any disruption to others.