Welcome to uidzero.net (aka zero.vrac.iastate.edu)
So, what is UIDzero.net?
Well, you probably don't actually want to know, but I will tell you anyway.
Well, www.uidzero.net is now hosted by Bluehost.com. I no longer have a place with an external static IP.
The current hardware I use is:
My main machine:
- Dual-processor 4core (8 cores total) Xeons
- 48gb of memory
- 4 2tb drives in a raid 10 mirror
- Dual 24" displays
- Higher-end video card (as of 2011)
- Dedicated gigabit connection to the file server
- Primarily used for photo editing and video game playing
- Dual core Athlon
- 4gb main memory
- 8 2tb drives in a RAID 6 array (using an Areca controller card)
- Dual 2tb drives mirrored for the system disk
- Older video card
- Connected to a 24" display
- There are a few, but nothing important
UID Zero refers to the root user's user ID number on standard unix boxes.
Basically, if you are UID 0, you are r00t.
I could tell you more, but do you really care?