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Date:      Tue, 01 Jun 1999 13:50:13 -0600
From:      Stephen Fisher <sfisher@twrol.com>
To:        techmail@qualserve.net
Cc:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD and Hardware
Message-ID:  <37543975.7E21FF9D@twrol.com>
References:  <000201beac0b$b7a64ee0$21fefece@tech1.NTQUALSERVELAN>

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It's hard to give specifics without knowing how much load the server
will really have (you may not even know those values very well yet
either).  I would recommend checking Telenet Systems (www.tesys.com) -
they offer parts and packages for different types of servers and will
even pre-configure systems with FreeBSD among other operating systems
(mainly Unix).


Steve

Network Administrator wrote:
> 
> Good Morning, FreeBSD Users
>         I'm planning on a small operation for a web server running FreeBSD, I'm
> doing research on what Hardware will give perform the best with FreeBSD.
> I'm sure you guys can help me by telling the setup you guys recommend.
>         The purpose of this server is to serve as a reliable and secure web server,
> that can handle a significant amount of daily hits with out me been worry
> that server is running slow.
> 
> Any recommendations and suggestion will be highly appreciated.


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