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when the description of a dedicated server says:
•4x 2.53 GHz
•2x 1,500 GB SATA II-HDD
what does 4x and 2x means
does it mean 2 times of 1500 GB space; which means 3000 GB ?
also how can I find this through plesk panel (whether it is 2x or 1x) ?
I am an absolute newbie so, please, forgive me for these basic questions
Last edited by manhal; 05-25-2011 at 09:51 PM.
4x 2.53 GHz -> would mean 1 processor with 4 cores clocked at 2.53 ghz each
2x 1,500 GB SATA II-HDD -> would mean 2 hard drives with a capacity of 1500 GB each (3000 GB total).
on the plesk panel I can not see any sign of 2x or 4x, I only see this (as in the image)
is there a way to find out these infos bout 2x and 4x on the panel or on the command line?
Last edited by manhal; 05-25-2011 at 10:12 PM.
If this is your server why not check the resources via SSH ?
can you share an ssh command for checking such kind of resources please (I tried with the command "top" but this is not quite what I am looking for)
Originally Posted by ApocalypseXS
Well your link already says Xeon X3440 CPU which IS a Quad core in other words 4x 2.53 GHZ.
Originally Posted by manhal
The 2x for hard drive likely means the drives are setup as mirrors (Raid1). This is good. While you lose half the drive space, it means if one drive fails your server and data isn't lost.
Can't we all just get along
I would double check to make sure it is and not assume though! some providers hand the server over and it is your responsibility to set it up correctly. so check before that disaster happens!
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