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'''Bottom''' is a server residing in the CSL [[Machine Room]] that currently serves [[Xen]] [[virtual machines]].
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'''Bottom''' is a server residing in the CSL [[Machine Room]] that is currently being configred to provide storage services from the [[Apocalypse]] storage array.
  
 
{{Server Tech Specs |
 
{{Server Tech Specs |
 
     type = HP Proliant DL385 G2 |
 
     type = HP Proliant DL385 G2 |
    numcpus = 2 |
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     cpu = 2x AMD Opteron 2218 Dual-Core @ 2.6 GHz |
     cpu = Dual Core AMD Opteron Processor 2218 (2.6 GHz) |
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     ram = 16GB |
     ram = 8 GB |
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     hds = 4x 73GB 2.5in 10K SAS, RAID 1 |
     hds = 73GB x2 (RAID 1)|
 
 
     os  = Gentoo Linux |
 
     os  = Gentoo Linux |
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    firmware_ver = A09 |
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    ilo_ver = 1.82 |
 
     purchasedate = Thanksgiving 2007
 
     purchasedate = Thanksgiving 2007
 
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}}
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==History==
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Bottom was named as such because it was purchased with Snares (then called Top) and was rackmounted below it.  It was used as a [[Xen]] [[VM Server]] and later converted to use [[KVM]].
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[[Category:Server]]
 
[[Category:Server]]

Revision as of 20:37, 21 March 2013

Bottom is a server residing in the CSL Machine Room that is currently being configred to provide storage services from the Apocalypse storage array.

Technical Specifications

Server Type Hardware type::HP Proliant DL385 G2
CPU 2x AMD Opteron 2218 Dual-Core @ 2.6 GHz
RAM 16GB
Hard Disks 4x 73GB 2.5in 10K SAS, RAID 1
OS Gentoo Linux
Firmware A09
iLO Firmware 1.82
Purchase Date Thanksgiving 2007

History

Bottom was named as such because it was purchased with Snares (then called Top) and was rackmounted below it. It was used as a Xen VM Server and later converted to use KVM.