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This page collects information on the hardware we plan to install at a colocation provider as part of our new hosting infrastructure. Some older discussion and similar stuff is on NewSystemHardwareArchive. #pragma section-numbers off
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= System setup =
Currently, what we know are the uses for the three machines we will base our infrastructure on. We also know our Abulafia machine configuration, and Justin Leitgeb's to-be-donated server configuration. What we need to come up with, is the ideal setup for the third machine that we will have to buy. So, the machine configurations and intended uses follow:
This page collects information on the hardware that we have installed or plan to install as part of HCoop infrastructure.
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== Justin Leitgeb's donation: Dell PowerEdge 2850 ==
 * Processor: 2 x 2.8 GHz
 * RAM: 4 GB
 * Disks:
  * 4 x 10K Seagate Cheetah SCSI drives, 73GB '''and'''
  * 2 x 10K Seagate Cheetah SCSI drives, 36GB
 * Extra: RAID kit, with battery, etc., 256 MB RAID cache, 2 power supplies
'''Intended use: fileserver and host for all services that don't involve dynamic content provided by non-admins. No user logins.'''
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== HCoop's currently-underused machine Abulafia ==
 * 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.'''
= Linode =
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== Ray Racine's donation: Sun Fire v20 ==
* Processor: AMD64
 * RAM: ?
 * Disks: 2 x 36 GB Ultra320 SCSI (hot swap)
 * 1U
== outpost ==
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 * 3 year, on-site hardware support (only adds $119) (?)
 * Penguin Model: Altus 1300
 * List price: $2702.00
 * Extra: Should be 1U. Goal is to make it processor intensive, and only disk-heavy enough to ensure a high level of uptime. Other considerations such as a preference for AMD and the vendor Penguin Computing that have been expressed on the list and in meetings should be followed here. More information from online configuration: [http://www.hcoop.net/~leitgebj/hcoop_servers/altus_1300_20060606_3.pdf (PDF)] [http://www.hcoop.net/~leitgebj/hcoop_servers/altus_1300_20060606_3.ps (PS)] -->
 Location:: Linode London
 Allocated Resources:: 1 vCPU, 2G RAM, 50G storage.
 Operating System:: Debian Stretch AMD64
 User Logins:: No
 Intended Use:: Secondar AndrewFileSystem server, DNS
 Details:: ServerOutpost
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'''Intended use: dynamic web content and any other Internet services that involve running arbitrary code from members (including custom daemons, etc.)''' '''Use: secondary DNS on a different subnet, all tasks requiring remote location.'''
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== Switch ==
We are proceeding under the assumption that we'll use ShaunEmpie's donation (see HardwareDonations), a Nortel (Baystack) 380 switch. He says:
= Digital Ocean =
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It is not brand new but is working. Here is [http://vpit.net/es380-guide.pdf a guide] that I was able to find to give anyone interested a more in depth view of it. == busted ==
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VLAN Configuration Proposal:  Location:: DigitalOcean NYC3
 Allocated Resources:: 1 vCPU, 2G RAM, 50G storage.
 Operating System:: Debian Buster AMD64
 User Logins:: No
 Intended Use:: Porting forward HCoop services to Debian 10 (Buster) from Debian 9 (Stretch), and potentially as a standalone DomTool node / experimental server for future feature development.
 Details:: ServerBusted
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{{{
With our new setup, I think it would be best to setup a few different
VLANs for different uses. For anyone who is unfamiliar with the term, a
VLAN is a virtual lan. It allows you to have completely separate networks
on the same switch. This will allow us to setup a private network that
the public and peer1 would have no access to. This could be handy for
database systems, NAS, backup servers, etc which you'd want to keep off
the public network.
== gibran ==
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Proposed Configuration:  Location:: DigitalOcean NYC3
 Allocated Resources:: 6 vCPU, 16G RAM, 320G storage. Additional block storage volume for OpenAFS `/vicepa`
 Operating System:: Debian Stretch AMD64
 User Logins:: No
 Intended Use:: Primary AndrewFileSystem fileserver and dbserver, primary MitKerberos KDC, SQL databases, [[ConfigurationManagent|Puppet Master]]
 Details:: ServerGibran
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VLAN 1. Management VLAN - not used for normal traffic == lovelace ==
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VLAN 10. Public VLAN - public/Peer1's network  Location :: DigitalOcean NYC3
 Allocated Resources :: 2vCPU, 2G RAM, 60G storage.
 Operating System:: Debian Stretch AMD64
 User Logins:: No
 Intended Use:: Secondary AndrewFileSystem fileserver and dbserver, secondary MitKerberos KDC
 Details:: ServerLovelace
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VLAN 20. Private VLAN - private subnet for inter-server traffic
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For a starting point i think having ports 1-12 in VLAN 10 and ports 13-24
in VLAN 20 would be best. The VLAN membership of a port can be changed
easily so these would not be set in stone.
== marsh ==
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The switch allows for many more VLANs than we'll ever need so if anyone
has a suggestion or need for another VLAN it would be trivial to setup.
Any questions/comments, let me know.
 Location:: DigitalOcean NYC3
 Allocated Resources:: 4vCPU, 8G RAM, 160G storage
 Operating System:: Debian Stretch AMD64
 User Logins:: Yes
 Intended Use:: Member logins
 Details:: ServerMarsh
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-Shaun}}} == minsky ==
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ES380 AC Power Specs:  Location:: DigitalOcean NYC3
 Allocated Resources:: 2vCPU, 4G RAM, 80G storage
 Operating System:: Debian Stretch AMD64
 User Logins:: No
 Intended Use:: Mail server and ejabberd server
 Details:: ServerMinsky
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 * Input current: 1.5A to 100 AC
 * Input voltage (rms): 100 to 240 VAC at 47 to 63 Hz
 * Power consumption: 150 W
 * Thermal rating: 1000 BTU/hr maximum
== shelob ==
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== Serial console ==  Location:: DigitalOcean NYC3
 Allocated Resources:: 4vCPU, 8G RAM, 160G storage
 Operating System:: Debian Stretch AMD64
 User Logins:: No
 Intended Use:: Web Server
 Details:: ServerShelob
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Some device to simulate local login over the Internet could be a life saver. JustinLeitgeb mentions a special card that Dell sells that would work with his donation. = Awaiting setup =

None.

= Awaiting purchase =

None.

= Decommissioned =

See [[/Decommissioned]] for older machines

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

Linode

outpost

Location
Linode London
Allocated Resources
1 vCPU, 2G RAM, 50G storage.
Operating System
Debian Stretch AMD64
User Logins
No
Intended Use

Secondar AndrewFileSystem server, DNS

Details

ServerOutpost

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

Digital Ocean

busted

Location

DigitalOcean NYC3

Allocated Resources
1 vCPU, 2G RAM, 50G storage.
Operating System
Debian Buster AMD64
User Logins
No
Intended Use

Porting forward HCoop services to Debian 10 (Buster) from Debian 9 (Stretch), and potentially as a standalone DomTool node / experimental server for future feature development.

Details

ServerBusted

gibran

Location

DigitalOcean NYC3

Allocated Resources

6 vCPU, 16G RAM, 320G storage. Additional block storage volume for OpenAFS /vicepa

Operating System
Debian Stretch AMD64
User Logins
No
Intended Use

Primary AndrewFileSystem fileserver and dbserver, primary MitKerberos KDC, SQL databases, Puppet Master

Details

ServerGibran

lovelace

Location

DigitalOcean NYC3

Allocated Resources
2vCPU, 2G RAM, 60G storage.
Operating System
Debian Stretch AMD64
User Logins
No
Intended Use

Secondary AndrewFileSystem fileserver and dbserver, secondary MitKerberos KDC

Details

ServerLovelace

marsh

Location

DigitalOcean NYC3

Allocated Resources
4vCPU, 8G RAM, 160G storage
Operating System
Debian Stretch AMD64
User Logins
Yes
Intended Use
Member logins
Details

ServerMarsh

minsky

Location

DigitalOcean NYC3

Allocated Resources
2vCPU, 4G RAM, 80G storage
Operating System
Debian Stretch AMD64
User Logins
No
Intended Use
Mail server and ejabberd server
Details

ServerMinsky

shelob

Location

DigitalOcean NYC3

Allocated Resources
4vCPU, 8G RAM, 160G storage
Operating System
Debian Stretch AMD64
User Logins
No
Intended Use
Web Server
Details

ServerShelob

Awaiting setup

None.

Awaiting purchase

None.

Decommissioned

See /Decommissioned for older machines


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Hardware (last edited 2020-07-26 05:21:21 by ClintonEbadi)