especially now after our SQL server crash last
week for a bad disk (He even said "ET (our i5) would have phoned home before
it crashed" that we are still recovering from.

Interesting, mostly because the whole ESA stuff is also available on the System x platform (And other manufacturers have similar automated diagnostics).

Comparing x86 servers managed and configured by *cough* to a properly managed and configured i5 is not valid.

ESA for System x:
http://tinyurl.com/2lka39
https://www-304.ibm.com/jct03004c/support/electronic/portal/!ut/p/kcxml/04_Sj9SPykssy0xPLMnMz0vM0Y_QjzKLt4y3dAXJgFku-pHIIgbxjnABX4_83FT9IKBEpDlQxCVQPyonNT0xuVI_WN9bP0C_IDc0otzb0REAowWZNg!!/delta/base64xml/L0lJSk03dWlDU1lBIS9JTGpBQU15QUJFUkVSRUlrLzRGR2dkWW5LSjBGUm9YZnJDRUEhLzdfOV9EUS8xNA!!?PC_7_9_DQ_choice-1=3&PC_7_9_DQ_question-answered=1&PC_7_9_DQ_category=55&PC_7_9_DQ_request=navpage&PC_7_9_DQ_choice-0=2#7_9_DQ

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