[colug-432] Old servers, free to a good home

Alon Ganon alon at ganon.me
Sat Jun 18 14:50:51 EDT 2016

If not I would love to be able to have the servers for my student
projects as well.  You may contact me at 614 407 9277 or this email

Best Regards,

            Alon Moshe Ganon
Alon Ganon

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On 06/18/2016 02:16 PM, Jared Simons wrote:
> I'm very interested. I was just thinking of looking for something
> exactly like this to use for building VMs to hack for my Cyber
> Security training.  I'm up in the Delaware area. I'd be willing to
> meet you someplace when you are in the area. My number is 201-888-6600. 
> On Saturday, June 18, 2016, Roberto C. Sánchez <roberto at connexer.com
> <mailto:roberto at connexer.com>> wrote:
>     (Apologies for the cross-posting; I wanted maximum dissemination.)
>     I am in the process of decommissioning two Tyan 1U rack-mount servers.
>     The specific model number is GT20-B2865.  They are about 10 years old,
>     but each has a 2.2 GHz AMD Opteron CPU, 4 GB RAM, and I can even throw
>     in 2 250 GB SATA HDDs for each server.  I ran Debian with Xen on the
>     servers and each hosted 4 VMs.  I have all the original factory
>     packaging for them, so if you want them, you'll get them in the
>     original
>     boxes.
>     These machines are still capable of handling reasonable
>     workloads.  Each
>     server had a VM for Apache/Postfix/ClamAV/SA (~5-6 domains each), a VM
>     for DNS/Bind (served as caching DNS servers for my network and
>     authoritative DNS for ~10 domains), and a couple of development VMs
>     (e.g., I had one for building Debian packages, a couple of RedHat VMs
>     for development I did for a client project, one running a Jenkins
>     build
>     server for my students, etc.).
>     The servers are free to a good home.  I'd be happy to deliver them or
>     meet up somewhere in the immediate Dayton or Columbus area.  I'd much
>     rather see them get some additional use instead of just ending up in a
>     landfill or recycled.
>     If anyone knows of a recycling place (preferrably near Dayton, as that
>     is much closer for me) that will take the machines, please let me
>     know.
>     If nobody wants them or offers a recommendation for recycling,
>     I'll look
>     for a recycler myself or see if I can dispose of them with my normal
>     trash.
>     Regards,
>     -Roberto
>     --
>     Roberto C. Sánchez
>     http://people.connexer.com/~roberto
>     <http://people.connexer.com/%7Eroberto>
>     http://www.connexer.com
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