Proposal: Infrastructure - Basic Needs

kot

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Hi @GermanRed+
You are right - we have a big and strong network indeed (even comparing to Bitcoin, not only to all of these Etherium clones/alts with DApps).
We have released a Technical Roadmap for Evo development and it was for 2 years originally.At the moment we work intensively on optimization of the finance model and development process to get there in 1 year.
 
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moocowmoo

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A HUGE THANK YOU to @camosoul for donating his server to the dash network!
@camosoul drove three hours out of his way to drop it off to me today!
Everybody give @camosoul a huge thanks!


Front needs a bit of cleanup, but inside is near spotless.



supermicro 823T-550LPB chassis with six hot-swap drive bays SATA backplane, 3.0Gbps
supermicro X7DBE MB
Two Xeon E5450's @ 3GHz (4 cores each)



32G ECC DDR2-667 RAM



550 Watt PS (cannabis friendly with warrant removal feature!)



supermicro AOC-SIMLP-3 Dedicated IPMI card



500GB Drive



It's alive! :)



Just needs some rails, admin config tlc, and new drives to fill with dashy goodness!
I look forward to placing this machine right next to our new build in August!

Thanks again @camosoul!
 
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UdjinM6

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"cannabis friendly" power supply - that took me a while :D:D:D
Anyway, nice to see some hardware stuff :) And yep, thanks @camosoul !

PS. Ahh... I almost feel nostalgic for all these blades, cables and stuff... Good old days... :rolleyes:
 
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splawik21

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@camosoul thnx for a backup machine. Thats very generous of you men ;)
 

fernando

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Awesome @camosoul, thanks a lot for that! and for the soda machine! (off topic, but that is awesome too)
 

camosoul

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You're welcome, guys.

For getting more cores on the job, have you considered something like Gentoo's dist-cc?

Source-compiled distro finds a way... Not sure how to do it on any other distro, but in Gentoo, you just enable a flag in a config file and every computer on the network joins in to become a cluster.

The last time I played with it, Intel was still in denial about amd64. So, I may not be much help beyond mentioning it...

https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Distcc

Looks like its grown up a lot since I last used it.
 
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