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System Description


Hardware Configuration

Table of Contents


The system consists of one main file server called Caesar and a set of client drones. The units are named after characters in the French Asterix and Obelix comic book series (using German translation names). The physical hardware components are located in a locked room in the UNHM CIS lab back room. Access to the room is on a need basis and Professor Jonas is the key holder. The system is connected to the UNH network via Caesar's access card. The hardware itself is dated, but functionally sound and in good condition.

List of Machines

Hardware Component Name IP Interface Primary / Secondary CPU Speed Total Memory Total Disc Space 2016 Market Value OS Version System Software Changes Features and Upgrade Options
Caesar (Sever) P:132.177.189.63 S:192.168.10.1 2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5430 sequence processors at up to 3.6GHz 24 GB 3.5 TB $350 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.8 (Santiago) Dell PowerEdge 2900
Asterix (Client) P:192.168.10.2 S:172.16.0.2 2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5345 sequence processors at up to 3.6GHz 16 GB 73 GB $150 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.6 (Santiago) Dell PowerEdge 1950
Obelix (Client) P:192.168.10.3 S:172.16.0.3 2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5345 sequence processors at up to 3.6GHz 16 GB 73 GB $150 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.8 (Santiago) GCC * G++ Dell PowerEdge 1950
Miraculix (Client) P:192.168.10.4 S:172.16.0.4 2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5345 sequence processors at up to 3.6GHz 16 GB 73 GB $150 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.8 (Santiago) Dell PowerEdge 1950
Traubadix (Client) P:192.168.10.5 S:172.16.0.5 2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon 5300 sequence processors at up to 2.66GHz 16 GB 73 GB $150 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.8 (Santiago) Dell PowerEdge 1950
Majestix (Client) P:192.168.10.6 S:172.16.0.6 2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5345 sequence processors at up to 3.6GHz 16 GB 73 GB $150 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.9 (Santiago) GCC * Torque (client node) * Emacs Dell PowerEdge 1950
Idefix (Client) P:192.168.10.7 S:172.16.0.7 2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5345 sequence processors at up to 3.6GHz 16 GB 73 GB $150 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.6 (Santiago) Dell PowerEdge 1950
Automatix (Client) P:192.168.10.8 only 2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5345 sequence processors at up to 3.6GHz 16 GB 73 GB $150 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.8 (Santiago) Dell PowerEdge 1950
Rome (Client) P:192.168.10.11 S:172.16.0.11  ???  ???  ??? GB $190 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.9 (Santiago) Torque(main node) Dell PowerEdge 2950
Brutus (Offline) P:192.168.10.12 2 Intel (R) Xeon TM 3.06 Ghz 2022k 505 GB $195 Dell PowerEdge 2650
Lutetia (Server)

(Formerly capstonebackup)

P:172.16.0.22 Intel Quad 2 q9400 2.66 ghz 8 GB 4TB NAS Seagate Hard Drive  ??? Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.8 (Santiago) OptiPlex 780 s/n 3BWBLM1
NOTE - Lutetia is on a different subnet, can only be accessed via ROME as ROOT on Rome's Secondary IP

For OS Release number: cat /etc/redhat-release

Description of Fields

  • Hardware Component Name:
  • CPU Speed: CPU Processor information and top speed (# grep "model name" /proc/cpiunfo) Note: Four Processors are displayed with this command. However our system only has 2 processors per component, but each processor displays 2 virtual processors.
  • Total Memory: Memory per (# free -m)
  • Total Disc Space: Total Disc space per (# df -h)
  • Used Disc Space: Used Disc space per (# df -h)
  • OS version: Which operating system is installed
  • System Software changes: Potential software additions to the machine from base install
  • 2016 Market Value: Mean Value of Google Search on replacement hardware
  • Upgrade Options: Analysis of hardware needs versus system needs


Overview

General Topology https://foss.unh.edu/projects/images/f/f2/Overview.pdf

Rack and Network Configuration

  • The 10 servers reside in a half height rack with Caesar connecting to UNHM's network (the 132.177.188.0) on eth0 (132.177.189.63). Caesar's eth1 port is connected to a dell switch located in the back of the rack which provides local connectivity between caesar and the rest of the batch servers in the 192.168.10.0 address space. For more information on the network bridge setup see the "Network Bridge" page. Through the local network, the clients are able to mount[1] to Caesar's raid array.



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