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Re: [K12OSN] LTSP for 200 clients



You should do your own testing with your own workloads to check this out.
Just be sure that everything is on a completely switched network, though.
You also might consider putting multiple ethernet cards in your server, to
balance the network load, or even have multiple LTSP servers.

Jon

On Sat, 25 May 2002, Steve Wright wrote:

> John Simovic wrote:
>
> >Will 2 dual Pentium III 933's with 2 gig RAM and 72 gig HD space cut it
> >to supply 200 clients thin linux? The desktops are powerful and all have
> >192 MB Ram at least. The machines could run X windows on their own but I
> >am thinking administration
> >
> >Regards from Asutralia
> >
> This has been done before..  There was a city council somewhere that was
> running more than double
> this number of terminals.  I read bout it a year back - dunno where though.
>
> Can anyone refer this thread to the tech details of that particular
> installation ?
>
> HTH,
> Steve
>
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