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November 26, 2007

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Wow, that looks a lot like what we've been looking to do, except I think we're going to pick a Supermicro Chassis CSE-836TQ-R800B and put the PC inside the chassis.

Something else that has popped up on my radar as a cheap-o version that might end up being nearly as functional as our EL PS100E is to build a storage device around Sun's new ZFS filesystem. It's only available in (Open)Solaris and maybe FreeBSD, but touts a feature set very similar to what we find in many of the leading iSCSI platforms. A few links that really got me interested....

http://blogs.sun.com/constantin/entry/7_easy_tips_for_zfs
http://www.solarisinternals.com/wiki/index.php/ZFS_Best_Practices_Guide
http://opensolaris.org/os/community/storage/
http://blogs.sun.com/PlasticPixel/entry/build_your_own_multi_terabyte
http://blogs.sun.com/bobp/en_US/entry/fish_n_cifs

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