It's build a borg week. Here's the recipe:
Take 4 SCA drives from some Dell servers, 2 IDE drives from a couple of other PC's. Grab a SCSI card from yet another PC, use the motherboard from an old server, and the case from another server.
Upgrade the CPU, and add some extra memory.
Fit the motherboard into the case and attach cables as required.
Add an adaptor so that the SCA drives will work with standard scsi, and fit into drivebays
Fit the SCSI card, and cable this to the SCA disks
Fit ide drives, and cable to the motherboard
Configure IDE drives as a Raid 1 linux array, and install Red Hat; configure as a bug tracking server
Cable SCSI drives to a Windows NT cluster
You're done bulding a borg...
Actually I think I'm going to have to remove the SCSI card from the setup; it seems to be confusing the NT raid card, and is probably unnessecary.
Now to finish configuring the cluster, and testing failover...