Re: Proliant as webserver?

From: Michael Heiming (michael+USENET_at_www.heiming.de)
Date: 10/13/04


Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 22:41:01 -0000


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In comp.os.linux.hardware Wiseguy <noone@uber.usachoice.net>:
> "Wes Faul" <dirty_oar@yahoo.com> tried to express:
>> Soon, I'll be in the market for an inexpensive webserver. A guy here has a
>> dual PII 450 proliant (I think it's a1600R) that he'd sell me. I've seen a
>> lot of issues with Proliants and linux. Are they really that bad? Does
>> anybody have any other recommendations for an inexpensive (but decent)
>> webserver? I haven't decided which distro yet, but the website will be
>> php/apache.

> I have heard the same, that hp proliant servers don't work with linux.

Strange:

http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/prodserv/servers.html

HP ProLiant servers
Based on industry standard x86 processors and optimized for
Windows?, Linux?, and Netware? environments

[..]

Unsure about the the box in question, might have installed one of
those. From my experience, HP ProLiant servers are running Linux
just fine.

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