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Re: SERVER NAMES
- From: Bryan C. Andregg
- Date: Thu Feb 03 04:24:50 2000
On Wed, Feb 02, 2000 at 02:04:37PM -0500, DeepBlue mailed:
> This is a little off of the normal lines of the list. But I am at a loss as
> to what naming convention I should use with my new set of servers. I have
> already used Southpark, Jet sons,and Warner brothers cartoons. Does any one
> have any good suggestions other than the Super Friends?
My favorite while I was working in the states was national parks. There is a
good number of them and a wide variety.
Cool machines or servers got cool names, eg. Denali.
POS machines got un-cool names, eg. "Big Thicket".
Bryan C. Andregg * <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Red Hat, Inc.
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