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    Master-Jedi-Pimps0r & Moderator thehorse13's Avatar
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    He is correct. Depending upon how much data you are collecting and what your userbase adds up to, you can find your Websense boxes hammered into the dirt. I have 3 big ass quad Xeon servers handling the load along with half a terabyte of storage for the logged data.
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    Websense boxes hammered into the dirt
    There is a significant performance boost running the network sensors on Linux.

    My boxes are also in the ignore list on the sensors themselves.
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    Yep, we're in the process of migrating them over to a Linux platform. Unfortunately when we first setup the solution we had to use Win32 but now that we're in full control of Websense, Linux will be comin to town.

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    So are there any hardware alternatives out there?

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