[rescue] Anyone using a Sun X4200 these days?

Cory Smelosky b4 at gewt.net
Sun Jan 27 11:19:33 CST 2013

On 27 Jan 2013, at 07:26, Bill Wenrich <bethemusic at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I have some X4100 M2 that came from an incredible eBay deal. Not maxed out
in RAM, but still a passable ESXi host.
> Keep in mind that the X4100 has 2x PCI-X and DDR RAM, but the X4100 M2 has
2x PCIe-x8 and DDR2 RAM. Either machine maxes out at 32GB RAM. Not sure how
common it is to find registered ECC DDR right now...

It's possible, but it's tremendously expensive.

DDR is expensive now. ;)

> If you need to get rid of some full-height 10GigE equipment, I might be able
to help. Intel/etc make some low-profile cards but they are not the cheapest
thing ever.
> -Bill
> On 01/26/2013 10:03 PM, Robert Novak wrote:
>> Hate to AOL here, but "me too"... I'd quite possibly be interested
>> even with it being an X4100 (still dual dualcore, but 1u / 2 drives /
>> riser board for expansion card, right?).
>> I'm still pondering getting the 4100M2s I saw -- wondering what low
>> profile PCI-X cards I have around (alas, my 10gbe cards are full
>> height). Even with the lack of useful answers on what to do with them,
>> I can figure it out somehow. :)
>> Robert
>> On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 6:54 PM, Phil Stracchino<alaric at metrocast.net>
>>> On 01/26/13 17:17, Ben Greisler wrote:
>>>> The M2 will do 32GB. I have 2 sitting in boxes looking for a good home.
>>> Tell me more.  I have an X2200M2 right now that's working very nicely,
>>> but it's sort of on indefinite loan from my employer.
>>> --
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