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Paul Dube
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      02-05-2004, 09:02 PM
I am looking for a new server from SuperMicro to replace my OpenBSD
installations. I am looking for a single CPU Pentium 4 (or better, but
not too expensive), 1 U, 2 or more drive bays, SCSI (with hardware
RAID if possible).

Does anyone have any SuperMicro models to recommend that will work
well using OpenBSD?

Thanks!

Paul
 
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