In the words of the great peons of Warcraft; “More work?!”

Ξ January 28th, 2008 | → 0 Comments | ∇ sovreign, Server Stuff |

I’ve recently been engaged in trying to make an idea profitable.  In addition to my heavy workload at my office, and my regular daily activity this is going to prove more than a little tricky to manage, but I’m pretty confident that I can devote the amount of time and CPU cycles to it. I’m intensely busy with this project at the moment, but hopefully something easy and lazy will manifest from it to generate revenue.

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AMD and the future of a 2U

Ξ October 2nd, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ special, rack, sovreign, Status Update, News from the front, Server Stuff, Special Attention Required |

Enterprise NCC-1701-E, the 2U designed to outclass and outperform its predecessor is nearing its final construction stages.
I’m going to use the AMD cooling system vs the alternative one I bought; I’ll keep an eye on temperature. It has a decent number of fans, I do not think cooling will be a problem with this case.
I’ve nearly secured space, but there are a few questions I must determine myself before committing. Estimated time to completion is one to two weeks until its online and performing admirably.

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Something wicked this way comes

Ξ September 27th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ special, Tech, sovreign, Status Update, News from the front, Server Stuff, Special Attention Required, enterprise, galaxy |

Once I solve the mounting cpu fan issue, I need to install and test the following:

I’m having issues with postfix at the moment.
Implementing a backp system on my current system as practice
Email supporting IMAP
webmail interface that doesn’t look like squirrels or something worse.
Determining how I want to do DNS
Figuring out evms

This has to be solved roughly by Sunday. I’ve secured rackspace already, at least.

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For this cruel unsaid, won’t concede.

Ξ September 27th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ special, rack, sovreign, Status Update, News from the front, Server Stuff, Special Attention Required, enterprise, Emergency |

The fan plate is of the wrong type for the board. This confuses and frightens me. I will either solve this with additional mana or have faith in AMD’s ability to build a decent heatsink and fan. The board is built for a cpu plate with four screw holes in each corner. The third party one I bought has only two, and they are positioned in such a way that I can’t even rotate it 45 degrees to rig something together.
This completely halts my plans. It will remain in a disassembled state on the floor in my living room.

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