[rescue] Quantum Snap! Server
rdarlington at gmail.com
Wed Aug 27 16:27:55 CDT 2008
Wow, that was fast. A guy that is about 20 miles from me just claimed it.
In the future I will have at least 3 more of these, potentially a stack of
HP DL380 servers (original, Gen 1, 7 years old, etc.).
On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 3:16 PM, Robert Darlington <rdarlington at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi guys,
> A buddy of mine moved to Australia, and instead of dragging equipment to
> the land down undah, he gave it to me. I have a vintage Quantum Snap!
> Server M4100 with count em, four 40GB Quantum Fireball hard drives inside
> for a total of 160GB if you stripe across all of them or about 120GB if you
> setup as RAID5. The model number is 70700139-01, serial number 514115. I
> don't have the disks to reinstall the OS. I didn't bother booting it up,
> however my buddy says it works and he cleared off all his personal info.
> It's a 1U network attached storage device that is roughly 17" or 18" square
> by 1U high. There is an ethernet port on the back, fan, and power connector
> (regular PC power cord), no rack ears, no rails. I popped the cover and
> there is a little dust, but it's pretty clean considering how old it is. No
> disk access without popping the top unfortunately. I believe this thing
> runs either some form of BSD or Linux with Samba. Free + cost of shipping
> if anybody wants it. Also, let it be known, I am notoriously bad at finding
> time to go to the post office, but do eventually get things out -usually 2
> weeks after I say I will. I'm working on that.
> -Bob D
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