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Old 03-07-2010, 04:41 PM   #1
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OpenBlockS 600 with Haproxy preformance


We are considering this hardware for Haproxy:

It has a 600mhz PowerPC CPU and runs linux.

We want to place this box at the datacenter of one of the major ISPs in our country and will have public IPs of all our websites, allowing us to add redundancy and load balancing and make it easy to place servers and backup server at any location and makes moving servers from datacenter to datacenter easy.

The question is: Would the OpenBlockS 600 box be fast enough to handle web traffic up to 100mbit/s?



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