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Old 25th June 2008, 03:53
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Default Data center video's on Youtube

I have recently been surfing YouTube for video's about data centers and being the geek that I am I really love it!
Then I got to wondering... what do the How To Forge servers look like?
I seem to remember reading somewhere here that this site runs on your own servers, if so, where are they, what do they look like etc etc!?
Hope I'm not being too nosy?
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I think it would be a good idea to delete this thread, no one real has responded and your just getting spammed!
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I'am sorry, I must have overlooked your post.

I must say I relly dont know how our servers look like. Howtoforge uses several servers from Hetzner configured in a load balancing setup. Here are a few pictures from the hetzner data center:

http://www.hetzner.de/hosting/untern...rechenzentrum/
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found the one (picture) HowtoForge is running on:
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Thanks guys!
I hoped it would be like mine, in an office somewhere!
It must be the geek in me that gets a kick out of seeing data centers!

By the way, I'm still happy for you to prune this thread.
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found the one (picture) HowtoForge is running on:
LOL

I've closed this thread so nobody can spam you anymore.
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