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How much load can Windows 2003 take ?

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Hi all,

I was wondering, how much load can a 3.2Ghz Intel P4, 1GB RAM, 160GB (/3) running RAID 5 take ?

Because I have a shared folder on that IBM server machine and it is typically accessed by about 40 people throughtout the day. This is also my domain server.

Now my machine has been crashing on and off and doesn't give any error in the event viewer.

Is it the load factor ?

Also I've started getting the BSoD with the error 0x0000007A: KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR.

I did a lot of googling and I guess my hard disks might be on the verge of crashing.

I was mainly interested in knowing if that load of 40 people is what is causing the problem ?


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