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Network World: VA Linux bulks up server storage capacity

Nov 12, 1999, 18:30 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Phil Hochmuth)

"VA Linux Systems this week announced a new Linux server that the company claims offers the largest internal RAID storage capacity of any commercial Linux server in its class."

"VA Linux Systems' FullOn 2x2 Linux server offers up to 180G bytes of internal storage, among the highest internal capacity of all commercial Linux servers. With its large storage capacity, the server can act as workhorse for companies doing Web caching, or e-commerce. In addition, the FullOn 2x2 is geared towards ISPs and users involved with scientific computing and large-scale server clustering."

"The server can support up to five hot-swappable 1 inch or 1.5 inch SCSI hard drives. When configured with RAID, up to 144 M bytes of storage can be reached with five 36G-byte drives."

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