NEW 2U CHENBRO RM21406-460 2U Server Intel Xeon Quad Core
E5345 2.33Ghz CPU 8 GIG RAM 2X1TB
virtualization VMvare or Proxmox.
Chenbro 2U Full Depth Chassis with 6 Bay for 3.5" sata Hard Drives
Brand NEW 2U Full Depth Chenbro 6 Bay Chassis ( RM21406-460)
Custom Build with S5000PSL Motherboard
Dual CPU, Intel Xeon Quad Core E5345 2.33Ghz CPU
8GB RAM ECC REG Fully Buffered (4x 2GB)
Intel S5000PSL Motherboard
P2G-6460P 460W Server Power Supply
Complete System just add your SATA Drives
Come with 6 SATA cables ( no blackplane)
Come with Chenbro PCIe Riser Card PCI-E to PCI-E x8 PCI-Express (
We Custom Built this server, and it runs perfect, the only thing it does not
have is I/O Shield for the motherboard everything else runs great!
any questions please ask.
You can add Hardware Raid Card you will need to
order PCI-Express Riser.
We will install
remotely for you on your Server
Virtualmin is a powerful and flexible web server control
panel based on the well-known Open Source web-based systems management GUI,
Webmin. Manage your virtual domains, mailboxes, databases, applications, and
the entire server, from one comprehensive and friendly interface.
Virtualmin (CentOS 5.8) comes with the following
PHP 5.1.6 (PHP 5.2.17,
PHP 5.3.3, or PHP PHP 5.3.x has been discontinued and is end of life as of
12.20.2012 is a optional install)
AWstats website statistics
MySQL 5.0.95 (5.5.27
Bundled with PHP PHP 5.3.x has been discontinued and is end of life as of
DNSSEC built into BIND
Virtualmin (CentOS 6.3) comes with the following
PHP 5.3.3 (PHP PHP
5.3.x has been discontinued and is end of life as of 12.20.2012, or PHP 5.4.10
MySQL 5.1.52 (MySQL
5.5.27 is included with the PHP 5.3.x has been discontinued and is end of life
as of 12.20.2012 or 5.4.10 upgrade)
Webalizer 2.21 &
AWstats 7.0 website statistics
DNSSEC support integrated into BIND
Virtualmin on CentOS 6 does not
support PHP 5.1 or 5.2, please make sure all applications are compatible with
PHP 5.3 or newer before installing or migrating.
We currently can install the following software on Virtualmin:
Zend Optimizer &
Proxmox Virtual Environment is an easy to use Open Source virtualization platform for running Virtual
Appliances and Virtual Machines.
There are many advantages of virtualizing your servers
including the following:
Increase your hardware
Save of electricity,
hardware, fewer maintenance personnel.
Don't waste time on
software installation - use Appliances installed in minutes.
Simple backup and
However, some key features of Proxmox - like easy migrations, independence of
hardware and the built in backup facility - make it desirable to run Proxmox
even though you'll run only a single VPS on that hardware.
You can run a lot of virtual servers (if your hardware
permits it) and can enjoy the benefits of the built in backup and restore
solution. Quickly create new virtual servers on the fly for yourself, your
co-workers or your customers.
You will enjoy the ease and speed with which you can
deploy new virtual servers for your paying customers.
Also, testing out new operating systems or software was
never so easy. Just install the OS template, create a new virtual server from
it and without affecting your production system, try out that software package
that you always wanted to compile or install - without fear that it might
affect the function of a productive server.
You can also migrate virtual servers (without downtime!)
between Proxmox nodes. If you want to deploy operating systems with custom
software already pre-installed, then you can do that with Proxmox as well.
Either buy a pre-created custom OS template from us, or create your own and
re-use it for new virtual instances.
Proxmox VE is optimized for performance and usability.
For maximum flexibility, the following virtualization technologies are
installed by default.
New in Proxmox 2
Complete new GUI
Multi User management
Cluster support for OpenVZ containers
Based on Debian 6
Backup/Restore via GUI
templates from TurnKey Linux
Installable from USB
flash drive (No more CDs!)
Faster and more
efficient backup mechanism
And much more ...
This is the preferred technology for running Linux
servers as it is the fastest approach. OpenVZ is container-based virtualization
for Linux. OpenVZ creates multiple secure, isolated containers (otherwise known
as CT, VEs or VPSs). Each container performs and executes exactly like a
stand-alone server; a container can be rebooted independently and have root
access, users, IP addresses, memory, processes, files, applications, system
libraries and configuration files.Currently all Virtual Appliances are OpenVZ
based and are "production ready".
For details see