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 MSI K9N Ultra
It's my first System which running 12 OS on it (as MCITP LAB).
1x Vyatta (Router+Firewall+...) (512MB RAM)
1x VMware RCLI Appliance (Default Settings, 256MB RAM)
4x Windows Vista Ultimate (768MB RAM each OS)
1x Windows 2003 Enterprise (5112MB RAM)
6x Windows 2008 Enterprise (768MB RAM each OS)

Motherboard: MSI K9N Ultra
Socket AM2
North bridge: nVidia nForce 570
South bridge: nVidia MCP55 Ultra
RAID Support: 0,1,5
1x PCI Express x16 slots
LAN - Chip: Vitesse VSC8601
LAN - Speed: 1000 Mbit/s
2x LAN Port
6x Serial ATA connectors
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4400+ (2300 MHz)
RAM: 3x 2GB DDRII 800 MHz + 1x 1GB DDRII 800 MHz (totaly 7GB)

I'm using both onboard NIC (one for management and other for VMs)
I'm using local SATA controller connecting 2 HDD:
1. WD 80GB (datastore - VMs installation)
2. WD 160G (VMware ESXi 3.5 U4 installation and Images for other OS)
for installing ESXi, I'm just changed "" file.
I didn't check raid on this system yet.
I didn't find any option for Virtualization (AMD-V) in bios settings.

but after running all os and make theme ok for LAB, i moved VMs to NFS server and now all of them are running from NFS Server.
I'm Using "FreeNAS" on other computer as Storage Server.

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Tue May 19, 2009 11:48 am
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