The processor Assembly of the server?


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Choose office configuration for the new server build.

Spinning it will be a virtual machine in Hyper-V or ESXi, which in turn will have cc.net, VS and so on.

At the same time can gather about 5-10 projects.


Whether has sense to take for example 2xXeon x5680 or it will not give adequate performance?
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Why don't you want to take the server on any AMD6100 series, religion?
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Not the fact that the next series Xeon(pridesa to replace 56x series), but the fact that the new multi-core Bulldozers will be compatible with the current processors 6100 series — that's for sure...
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Concrete benches I saw, but in my mind it seems that the increase compared to the i7 will be, but compared to a 4-Golov Zeon is unlikely.
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Here, however, there is still a lot of questions more difficult :)
1. What do you think is adequate growth?
2. And what exactly is operations?
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One dev will be some Subde twist, the other number. The first increase of 0 whole figs the tenth, the second — as much as 10%.
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No adequate increase in price. Even the double increase in performance you will not see.
Especially if the difference is 15K vs 115к it 8 times, this will not happen, because basically in 10 virtualtech as you write with the burden will rest on the hard drives and memory. The maximum that can be expected is about 1.5 fold increase.
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And try to rent a real server, for example, in Softlayer. You can put all the path there and check out how much faster you will have to go calculate. Based on these data, can choose the server to buy. Or rent on.
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