could you also use refer to the following info in regards to my server machine hardware:my computer's specifications:processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 980 @ 3.33GHz
on 07/04/2012 – Made popular on 07/04/2012
Hello gurus of serverfault.
I'm asking you about help to decide which configuration of CPU I need to deploy client's project on his future dedicated server.
First of all some words about project: it would be Ruby on Rails project. I've made some checks on my local laptop, while was clicking hard on this projects site.
My environment, 2Gb memory, Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 @1.66Ghz.
Processor :- Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 @ 2.93 GHz
Ram :- 2 GB DDR2
Host OS :- 32 Bit Windows 7
I have installed Oracle VMBox and created a new guest machine hosting Windows server 2008 R2 64 Bit OS with a share of 994 MB of RAM. Later I have installed SharePoint Server 2010. Now I want to improve the performance by increasing the RAM.
My box is using intel i7 with hyperthreading enabled. So it has 8 logical processors. I am confused about their numbering.
I checked the /proc/cpuinfo file, the processor id, core id, and siblings do not AT ALL give any information about the REAL topology of the processors (e.g., the processor ids range from 0 to 7, and all the core ids are 0).
Finally, the most awaiting MacBook Pro with the most powerful processor is rolled out. Here is the new MacBook Pro Winter 2011. Apple has been updated the processor for their MacBook Pro notebook series.
I just replaced my Win8 machine with Centos 6.3, and everything seems to be fine (everything I have tested so far), except DNS on my local network. I have forced my NIC to use my router as the DNS server (which in turn uses my ISP info for DNS lookups). I can get to this website, Yahoo, etc...