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    Default Sweet home lab

    This lab puts many production environments to shame:

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    I have nothing to say to that but DAMN.
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    Very nice indeed.
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    Awesome lab! I want to ask what a ballpark cost is for this setup, but I am already thinking a large number!
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    The Fusion IO cards cost probably more than most people rigs. When I was still the main VMware guy in a hosting company I had a similar lab in the datacenter. A lot more Convinient but as it wasn't my kit ........
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    That is ridiculous, but sometimes it's the cost of trying to be good at the job. Definitely a great sys admin and hypervisor test bed.

    He could definitely use it for consulting.
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    He is a consultant and he's also the owner of the company. He just happens to have his lab at home.
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    I like big home labs and find them particularly useful in career development.
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    dang!!!
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    I'd rather own a Lamborghini!!
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    wow... thats all I have to say.
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    ........ speechless ............
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    wow that guy spent way way way too much money at Dell
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    I'm pretty sure if I installed a rack like that my wife would be filing the divorce papers before I could power it on
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    What would her issue be? Money? Noise? Aesthetics? Just trying to understand others' situation as my better half is fully supportive of my career madness.
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    Noise and Aesthetics....we live in 1000 sq ft apt at the moment....might take a little bit of room hehe

    If I had a house where I could store racks in the basement where you didn't need to hear it or have it creating tons of heat she wouldn't care.
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    Noise would be my primary concern, plus I don't really need all that stuff would be the second lol.
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    I'm willing to bet his power bill went up quite a bit after installing that!

    Definitely a nice little office heater he has built.
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    I think I have to go home and change my shorts. Awesome.
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    That's just amazing.
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