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День из жизни новоприбывшего сервера: как мы проверяем и восстанавливаем железо

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В этой статье хочу немного рассказать о внутренней кухне Сервер Молл и о том, как происходит тестирование и восстановление серверов. Постараюсь наглядно показать отличие обыкновенного "б/у" сервера от Refurbished и расскажу о процессе превращения немного “уставшего” железа в практически новое.

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Rinehart lifts bid for Kidman, gets nod from board (The West Australian)
Gina Rinehart and her Chinese joint venture partner have lifted their bid for the Kidman cattle empire and secured unanimous approval from the company’s board for shareholders to vote in favour of the revised offer.
Groupon buys rival LivingSocial after reporting loss (AFP)
San Francisco (AFP) - The daily deals ecommerce operator Groupon will buy its rival LivingSocial, the companies announced.
Debt before dividends in Whitehaven plan (AAP)
Coal miner Whitehaven says will review the issue of dividends at the end of the current financial year.
Key Indices and Australian Stocks (AAP)
Key Australian indices and Australian stocks
Another drop sends stocks to five week low (AAP)
Energy, resources, retail and financial companies have pulled the share market significantly lower for a second straight day.
Poor quarter prompts Blackmores warning (AAP)
Blackmores doesn't expect to repeat last year's "exceptional performance" after a difficult start to the new financial year.
WA property tycoon ranks fifth on young rich list (The West Australian)
Perth property developer Paul Blackburne has ranked fifth on the BRW’s national young rich list, the highest of any West Australian.
Ardent commits to Dreamworld future (AAP)
Dreamworld owner Ardent Leisure has committed to its theme parks business and supporting the families of victims killed in a tragic accident.
Samsung says Note 7 probe open to 'all possibilities' (AFP)
Seoul (AFP) - Samsung on Thursday acknowledged technical problems that killed off its Galaxy Note 7 may extend beyond its battery, and vowed an ongoing probe would examine all elements of the flagship smartphone.
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