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== Dell PowerEdge 2970 (ordered, awaiting delivery)== == Dell PowerEdge 2970 (ordered, awaiting delivery) ==

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 http://hcoop.net/~rkd/hcoop/imgs/, taken during http://wiki.hcoop.net/OnSiteVisits/20090821.

deleuze

  • Location: Peer1
  • Model: Dell PowerEdge 2850

  • Processor: 2 x 2.8 GHz Intel Xeon (2/2)
  • RAM: 4 GB (? slots, 16 GB Max, DDR-2400 SDRAM)
  • Disks (controller Ultra 320 SCSI):
    • 4 x 10K Seagate Cheetah SCSI drives, 73GB and

    • 2 x 10K Seagate Cheetah SCSI drives, 36GB
  • LAN: 2 x 10/100/1000
  • Extra: RAID kit, with battery, etc., 256 MB RAID cache, 2 power supplies
  • Form factor: 2U
  • OS: Debian stable
  • User logins: no
  • Source: donation by Justin Leitgeb
  • Maintenance Manual for the PE 2850

  • http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/pedge/en/2850_specs.pdf

  • http://hcoop.net/~docelic/dell-poweredge-2850-i1.jpg

  • (note: picture above not accurate)
  • Real picture:http://hcoop.net/~docelic/deleuze.hcoop.net.jpg

Use: fileserver, database server, email server, host for all services that don't involve dynamic content provided by non-admins.

mire

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

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: Initially, server was set up by Clinton Ebadi. It's purpose is to serve as a secondary KDC/AFS server instead of Krunk, and an email server (all email processing).

(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).

Tech.coop

outpost

  • Location: Tech.Coop (hosted at Bytemark, UK)
  • Model: Xen VM
  • Processor:
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Disk: 40 GB RAID
  • OS: Debian stable
  • User logins: no

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

Awaiting setup

None.

Awaiting purchase

Dell PowerEdge 2970 (ordered, awaiting delivery)

Server from Dell store:

  • 2x Quad Core AMD Opteron™ 2372HE 2.1GHz 4x512K Cache 1Ghz HyperTrnsprt

  • 8GB (4x2GB), 800MHz, Dual Ranked
  • No Operating System & other OS-related stuff

  • 1x6 Backplane for 3.5-inch Hard Drives
  • Rack Chassis w/Sliding Rapid/Versa Rails and Cable Management Arm,Universal
  • Integrated SAS/SATA No RAID
  • SAS 6/iR Integrated, x6 Backplane
  • Integrated SAS/SATA No RAID, SAS 5/i, SAS6i/R Integrated
  • 2x 160GB 7.2K RPM Serial ATA 3Gbps 3.5-in HotPlug Hard Drive

  • Redundant Power Supply with Dual Cords
  • Appropriate power cords (I can't tell from looking at choices)
  • Active ID Bezel
  • No software options
  • Dual Embedded Broadcom® NetXtreme II 5708 Gigabit Ethernet NIC

  • No storage options
  • No CD/DVD, floppy, keyboard
  • No virtualization
  • Free documentation

** Server Cost (w/o shipping): $1712

Disks from Newegg:

  • 2x 1 TB Western Digital

** Disks Cost (w/ free shipping): $320

This brings us to:

** Total Cost: $1712 + $320 = $2032 + Dell shipping

Decommissioned

abulafia: shell server

  • Processor: 1 x 900 MHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Disks: 40 GB RAID 1 (2 x 40 GB 7200 RPM ATA drives)
  • Extra: 3Ware 6400 PCI ATA RAID controller

Intended use: refurbished slightly to serve as a generic shell server and the only machine where usage not strictly related to "Internet hosting" is permitted. Due to failing parts the machine was decomissioned completely and is no longer planned for reuse.

baltar

xanadu

  • Location: ???
  • Model: Dell PowerEdge 1650

  • Processor: Dual P3 1.4GHz (2/2)
  • RAM: 2 GB (?/4 slots, 4 GB Max, 72-bit ECC PC-133 SDRAM )
  • Disks (controller Ultra 160 SCSI):
    • 1 x 18 GB (1/3)
    • Floppy 3.5"
  • LAN: 2 x 10/100/1000
  • Ports: 2 x PCI-X
  • PSU: ?/2
  • Power: 100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3.9–2.0 A, 275 W (AC) per PSU
  • Form factor: 1U
  • Dimensions: W 19 in / H 1.67 in / D 26.9 in / Weight 35 lbs
  • OS:
  • User logins:
  • Source: donation by NathanKennedy

  • http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/pe1650/en/index.htm

  • http://hcoop.net/~docelic/servidoresdell1650.jpg

Removed from rack in December 2008 to make space needed for servicing other machines. Server wasn't able to run with current hardware, and the board determined that it would be more effective to purchase a higher-powered server to fill our rack rather than purchase parts needed to bring Xanadu into operation.

krunk

  • Location: Peer1
  • Model: Sun Netra
  • Processor:
  • RAM:
  • Disks:
    • 2 x 200GB Unknown RPM and Manufacturer
  • Form factor: 1U?
  • OS: Debian stable?
  • User logins: no
  • Source: donation by Adam Megacz
  • KrunkInfoz

  • Real picture: http://hcoop.net/~docelic/krunk.hcoop.net.jpg

Use: was a secondary KDC and AFS server. Decomissioned after it developed problems in the hardware (as we perceived it) network stack.

Hardware (last edited 2019-04-20 00:32:27 by ClintonEbadi)