SITH migrated through a variety of roles before coming to its current life as a member of the master LDAP cluster.
It started out life as a last-minute replacement for a SunFire V210 that we had ordered for WebDB -- the V210s were back-ordered due to a hardware bug that Sun was correcting, and our supplier got us the V120 instead. It served WebDB for a year or so.
After serving WebDB, I recommissioned it to a test system. I tested both Cyrus IMAP and Sun ONE Messaging Server on it as part of a mail system migration (still in progress).
In early fall, 2005, I rebuilt it to be a nearly identical clone to ASHTI for the purpose of serving in a dual master LDAP cluster. The differences between the two machines are, at this point, their names, their disk sizes (SITH has 36G), and their primary network interfaces (SITH has a PCI gigabit card).