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'''Apollo''' is currently in the jungle of 119S acting as an interface for one of the Exabyte Tape Drives. It used to run the [[Sun Ray]] (proprietary thin client) lab.  This lab is currently used by all AP Computer Science and some post-AP classes, and before the 2004-05 school year, was used as a general-purpose computer lab.  Apollo is one of the most reliable servers (any "crashes" were later found to actually have been user-induced and not related to hardware or the OS).   
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'''Apollo''' lived in the jungle of 119S acting as an interface for one of the Exabyte Tape Drives. It used to run the [[Sun Ray]] (proprietary thin client) lab.  This lab is currently used by all AP Computer Science and some post-AP classes, and before the 2004-05 school year, was used as a general-purpose computer lab.  Apollo is one of the most reliable servers (any "crashes" were later found to actually have been user-induced and not related to hardware or the OS).   
  
 
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*2003-2004: Sun Ray/general-purpose computer lab
 
*2003-2004: Sun Ray/general-purpose computer lab
 
*2004-2006: Sun Ray/all AP Computer Science classes
 
*2004-2006: Sun Ray/all AP Computer Science classes
*2007-present: Tape backup server
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===Administrators===
 
===Administrators===

Revision as of 19:14, 22 March 2013

Apollo lived in the jungle of 119S acting as an interface for one of the Exabyte Tape Drives. It used to run the Sun Ray (proprietary thin client) lab. This lab is currently used by all AP Computer Science and some post-AP classes, and before the 2004-05 school year, was used as a general-purpose computer lab. Apollo is one of the most reliable servers (any "crashes" were later found to actually have been user-induced and not related to hardware or the OS).

Technical Specifications

Server Type [[Hardware type::Sun [Ultra] Enterprise 450]]
CPU 400MHz UltraSPARC-II
RAM 4096MiB
Hard Disks 2x Seagate Cheetah (10k RPM) 18GB UltraSCSI-3
OS Sun Solaris 10
Purchase Date

History

  • 2003-2004: Sun Ray/general-purpose computer lab
  • 2004-2006: Sun Ray/all AP Computer Science classes
  • 2007-2009: Tape backup server

Administrators

  • Merged with CSL operations
  • 2005-2006: Lee Burton (2007), Barnett Trzcinski (2007), William Yang (2008)
  • 2004-2005: Bryan Fleming (2005)
  • before 2004: Richard Washer (staff)