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Here is the cage where we have our server (among many others) in. Our server is in the row furthest to the right. You can see a glimpse of Brian Loomis, the head of provisioning, off in the corner there. He was the one who located the actual servers and showed where to take pictures.
A better look at the row itself.
Now, let’s take a look at the rack our Flex ONE server is in.
We are in Rack G in slots 14 & 15.
These are close ups of our actual Flex ONE server.
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Nice Specs on that machine!!
Shipped from Dell 1/17/2014
64 GB of Ram
(6) 600GB 15,000 RPM SAS6 Drives
TWO Very Nice Octo-Core (8 cores each) + hyper threading Intel Xeon E5-2670 @ 2.60GHz Processors
And two redundant Power supplies…
What I find insane is that the Pi Release was grinding that thing down hard with too much traffic.