The Server Names of Evil

Cruety to users should be part of all administrators sworn duty, the heaving multitude must realise this, that their plight is hopeless, to accept their fate and simply e-mail you their souls (or upload it to the collaboration server if its large, but NOT under any circumstances to fill up the file servers with multiple copies of it!!)

To reinforce this, the names of the servers they use on a daily basis should not only remind them of the dark gods (according to the prophet H.P. Lovecraft), but be bloody hard to spell,

Therefore I present suitably names servers who’s function is an aspect of their unholy names sake, may their naming bring insanity unto all who use them
-“whose name no lips dare speak aloud” (File/Print Server 1)
-“A vast, swirling monstrosity of impossible size” (File/Print Server 2)
-“The All-in-One and the One-in-All,The Lurker at the Threshold” (Collaboration Server 1)
-“a great shining ball of energy” (Collaboration Server 2)
-“The Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young” (Db server 1)
-“The Feeder, Horror from the Hills” (Db server 2)
-“The Crawling Chaos, Messenger to Azathoth” (Mail server 1)
-“The Bringer of Pestilence” (Mail server 2)
-“The Bearer of the Cup of the Blood of the Ancients” (web server 1)
-“The Thing which Should Not Be” (web server 2)
-“The Great Priest” (VPN/Reverse Proxy Server)
-“The Burrower Beneath” (Proxy Server)
-“Matriarch of Swarms” (Chat Server)
-“The Spider God, Spinner in Darkness” (DNS/DHCP 1)
-“Dark Silent One” (DNS/DHCP 2)
-“God of the Cold White Silence” (Application Server 1)
-“The Defiler” (Application Server 2)
-“The Toad-God” (Application Server 3)


Old Comments

Devin Olson(22/02/2011 15:16:01 GMT)

LOL – Funny you should post this now. I just watched
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over the weekend. Laughed myself silly.

Mark Myers(22/02/2011 15:58:01 GMT)

@Devin Cool

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