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'''Seatac''' is one of two backend V245s.  Seatac was received through the 2008 [[Sun Academic Excellence Grant (AEG)|Sun AEG]] received by the TJ CSL.  It inherited about half of the services that used to run on [[sol]].  Mass storage is in the process of being transitioned from the donated Dell Fibre Channel (uses copper connections; fibre channel is the name of a protocol as opposed to meaning that it is over a fiber connection) arrays to the Promise iSCSI arrays, which will hopefully be more reliable.
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It is currently serving as a primary AFS fileserver using the HA-AFS architecture.
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==Services==
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*Sun admin NFS volume
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{{Server Tech Specs |
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    type = Sun Fire V245 |
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    numcpus = 2 |
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    cpu = Sun UltraSPARC-IIIi (1.5 GHz) |
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    ram = 4 GB |
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    hds = 2x73 GB RAID 1 |
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    os = Solaris 10
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}}
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'''Seatac''' (Spring 2008 - Present) is one of two backend V245s. Seatac was received through the 2008 Sun AEG received by the TJ CSL. It inherited about half of the services that used to run on [[Sol]], including the Sun admin NFS volume. It is currently serving as a primary AFS fileserver using the HA-AFS architecture. Seatac is a Sun Vire V245 with 2 Sun UltraSPARC-IIIi (1.5GHz) processors, 4GB RAM and 2x73GB disks (RAID1) running Solaris 10.
 

Revision as of 04:55, 7 May 2012

Seatac is one of two backend V245s. Seatac was received through the 2008 Sun AEG received by the TJ CSL. It inherited about half of the services that used to run on sol. Mass storage is in the process of being transitioned from the donated Dell Fibre Channel (uses copper connections; fibre channel is the name of a protocol as opposed to meaning that it is over a fiber connection) arrays to the Promise iSCSI arrays, which will hopefully be more reliable.

It is currently serving as a primary AFS fileserver using the HA-AFS architecture.

Services

  • Sun admin NFS volume

Technical Specifications

Server Type Hardware type::Sun Fire V245
CPU Sun UltraSPARC-IIIi (1.5 GHz)
RAM 4 GB
Hard Disks 2x73 GB RAID 1
OS Solaris 10
Purchase Date