We started working with Mac minis in our data center shortly after the mid-2010 redesign. The new shape and internal power supply allowed us to easily fit 140 units inside a customized 48U cabinet. Unfortunately we could not accommodate customers that wanted to colo their older Mac mini units. Until now. Mac Mini Vault now has a rack dedicated to the classic Mac minis. This rack has shelves specially configured to secure a Mac mini, external power supply, and external storage (extra cost). The same UPS, Generator, Remote Reboot, and Network Graph features are included. We are unable to provide ‘hot spare’ units. If you have been colocating a Mac mini and you are not ready to upgrade to the mid-2010+ design, switch to Mac Mini Vault to lower your operating costs. We will give you 6 months free if you are moving from another data center (Promo Code classic6). If you decide to upgrade to a new unit we will assist with the migration and mount your old mini in target disk mode as a FireWire drive to your new one. Click here for more information on our Classic Mac mini colo plan.
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A bug in the latest version of macOS Catalina is causing random reboot issues for users running virtualization platforms. At this time, we recommend that users running virtualization on macOS Catalina hosts hold off on upgrading to macOS version 10.15.6. macminivault.com/macos-catali…
Apple has released a security update for Xcode and we recommend upgrading: buff.ly/3gcyJqf
Just a reminder - There is a scheduled maintenance window tonight in our Milwaukee MKE1 datacenter. cyberlynk.net/blog/news/netw…
We've been hard at work adding more capacity for 2013 Mac Pros (while social distancing, of course). The 4 cabinets pictured here expand capacity in our Milwaukee data center by almost 200 Mac Pros. pic.twitter.com/hqrJ0MBV0G