I finally received some new servers in the Atmos lab and…well, I thought I’d share with you!!! These are
Cisco C200 M1 servers and they’re loaded out in the following config:
Processors: Intel Xeon 5520 (2.27Ghz quad cores w/Hyperthreading)
Memory: 4Gb DDR3 ECC/Registered x 12 for a total of 48Gb memory
: Dual ServerEngines NICs Gigabit Ethernet NICS + dedicated IPMI‘ KVM-over- IP NIC
Enjoy the video!!!!
UPDATE: YouTube does SD (standard definition) processing first and HD processing second. if it looks terrible now, just wait and it’ll look better.
Given that I’m trying to get back into a regular schedule of posting (and the relative frequency of “interesting” search phrases that lead people here), I hereby present the October 23rd Search Term Edition post! In case you missed last week’s, you can find it
With further ado, let’s get started.
Search Term #1: AX4-5
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Just to add to the ever-growing information data base on the excellent
If you seem to be having problems with reported
memory bandwidth in your favourite worthless synthetic benchmark or reality-based simulation workload, try disabling the Snoop Filter in the bios.
Intel Xeon processors use a different set of prefetch schedulers than standard “consumer” level parts, so, this can also affect workload.