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'''Agni''' is a Sun Ultra 45 SPARC workstation.  It was received in the 2008 [[AEG|Sun Academic Excellence Grant]].  It is currently located in the machine room and serving as the primary [[Kerberos]] KDC and NTP server.  Previously it functioned as the Lab's backup server and before that, as an emergency access workstation.
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'''Agni''' is a Sun Ultra 45 SPARC workstation residing in the CSL [[Machine Room]] that currently serves as the primary [[Kerberos]] KDC and NTP server.
  
 
{{Server Tech Specs |
 
{{Server Tech Specs |
 
     type = Sun Ultra 45 |
 
     type = Sun Ultra 45 |
    numcpus = 2|
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     cpu = 2x UltraSPARC-IIIi @ 1.6GHz |
     cpu = 1.6GHz UltraSPARC-IIIi |
 
 
     ram =  2 GB|
 
     ram =  2 GB|
     hds = 250GB SATA x2 |
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     hds = 2x 250GB 3.5in 7200RPM SATA |
     graphics = Nvidia Quadro FX5600|
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     graphics = Sun XVR-300 + Sun XVR-2500 |
     os = OpenBSD
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     os = OpenBSD |
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    purchasedate= Winter 2008
 
}}
 
}}
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==History==
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Agni was received as a part of the 2008 [[AEG|Sun Academic Excellence Grant]] and was originally used as an emergency access workstation running Solaris 10 (it did not rely on Kerberos or AFS). Later it became the Lab's backup server running OpenSolaris.
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
 
*[[Copernicus]]
 
*[[Copernicus]]

Revision as of 17:50, 21 March 2013

Agni is a Sun Ultra 45 SPARC workstation residing in the CSL Machine Room that currently serves as the primary Kerberos KDC and NTP server.

Technical Specifications

Server Type Hardware type::Sun Ultra 45
CPU 2x UltraSPARC-IIIi @ 1.6GHz
RAM 2 GB
Hard Disks 2x 250GB 3.5in 7200RPM SATA
Graphics Card Sun XVR-300 + Sun XVR-2500
OS OpenBSD
Purchase Date Winter 2008

History

Agni was received as a part of the 2008 Sun Academic Excellence Grant and was originally used as an emergency access workstation running Solaris 10 (it did not rely on Kerberos or AFS). Later it became the Lab's backup server running OpenSolaris.

See Also