[erlang-questions] cheap low-power boards

Roger Critchlow rec@REDACTED
Mon Dec 29 16:16:41 CET 2008

I ended up with an Intel D201GLY2A which is a low power celeron and I needed
to reduce the number of nodes that it ran relative to the pentiums and c2ds
in the network or it would get overwhelmed.  It's going for $70 a piece,
$637 for a lot of 10.

My expectation is that if they'll sell you linux running on the board,
you'll be fine until you run out of memory.  But I did pick an x86 rather
than test that expectation.

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On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 4:56 AM, Joel Reymont <joelr1@REDACTED> wrote:

> Is anyone running Erlang on a cheap low-power board?
> ARM, Atom, PowerPC is what I'm interested in.
> Can you please share your experience, privately if you want?
> I'm looking for 2-5W or less of power consumption.
>        Thanks in advance, Joel
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