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Hardware

This page collects information on the hardware that we have installed or plan to install as part of HCoop infrastructure.

Peer1

Current pictures of the actual Peer1 cabinet are at OnSiteVisits/20130627.

fritz

FritzInfo

Use: AndrewFileSystem fileserver, MitKerberos kdc, KernelVirtualMachine host

KVM: navajos

Location
virtual machine on fritz
Allocated Resources
4 processors, 2.5G RAM, 60G storage
Operating System
Debian Squeeze AMD64
User Logins
No
Intended Use
Apache hosting and dynamic web content, including HCoop web services
Details

ServerNavajos

KVM: bog

Location
virtual machine on fritz
Allocated Resources
4 processors, 3G RAM, 30G storage
Operating System
Debian Squeeze AMD64
User Logins
No
Intended Use
Member shell and server hosting
Details

ServerBog

deleuze

Use: email server, backup server

kvm

The StarTech Server Remote Control External KVM over IP provides access to systems that may have a degraded network. It allows us to monitor Power-On Self Test (POST), configure BIOS/CMOS, and even reinstall operating system software. It must be connected to another multiple port KVM in order to have access to more than one server.

hopper

Back of hopper, taken 24feb09.jpg Hopper card closeup, taken 24feb09.jpg Inside hopper, taken 24feb09.jpg

Use: Secondary KDC and SpamAssassin

(The 1x2 GB RAM module was acquired from Newegg, and the two disks from ServerSupply. Purchases were made in Sep 2008, but ServerSupply took good 3 weeks to deliver).

Linode

outpost

Use: secondary DNS on a different subnet, all tasks requiring remote location.

Awaiting setup

None.

Awaiting purchase

We need a new KVM host and drives for staging offsite backups of openafs. See NewServerDiscussion2013

Decommissioned

mire

Turned off, left in rack in case we end up re-using it as a wheezy based console server

Former Use: dynamic web content, services that involve running arbitrary code from members (including custom daemons, etc.)

See /Decommissioned for older machines


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