Ordered from Silicon Mechanics, May 2018, Delivered OSUOSL June 2018
1 1U X11DDW 815TQC-R706W $7232 $7232.00 Details: CPU: 2 x Intel Xeon Silver 4110, 2.1GHz (8-Core, HT, 2400 MT/s, 85W) 14nm RAM: 128GB (8 x 16GB DDR4-2666 ECC Registered 1R 1.2V RDIMMs) Operating at 2666 MT/s Max NIC: Intel Dual-Port Ethernet Controller RJ45 - Integrated Management: IPMI 2.0 & KVM with Dedicated LAN - Integrated Drive Controller: 14 Ports 6Gb/s SATA (Intel C621 Chipset) Backplane: 12Gb/s SAS3 4-port direct connect backplane NOTE: For RAID with CacheVault, please select both controller and CacheVault kit below. PCIe 3.0 x16 - 1: No Item Selected LP PCIe 3.0 x8: No Item Selected SATA DOM: No Item Selected M.2 Drive: No Item Selected NOTE: Drives will be connected to onboard SATA3 controller unless otherwise specified NOTE: SED and 4Kn drives may have an extended lead time. To order, please contact our sales department. Hot-Swap Drive - 1: HGST 8TB Ultrastar He10 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 256MB Cache, 512e, ISE) 3.5" SATA Hot-Swap Drive - 2: HGST 8TB Ultrastar He10 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 256MB Cache, 512e, ISE) 3.5" SATA Hot-Swap Drive - 3: HGST 8TB Ultrastar He10 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 256MB Cache, 512e, ISE) 3.5" SATA Hot-Swap Drive - 4: HGST 8TB Ultrastar He10 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 256MB Cache, 512e, ISE) 3.5" SATA Optical Drive: Blanking Panel - No Optical Drive Front Panel: Blanking Panel - No Front Inputs Power Cables: IEC60320 C13 to C14 Power Cable, 16AWG, 240V/15A, Black - 6' Power Supply: Redundant 750W Power Supply with PMBus & PFC - 80 PLUS Platinum Rail Kit: Quick-Release Rail Kit for Square Holes, Outer Slide Extendable Length 25.6 - 33.05 Inches OS: Customer declined OS Management SW: Supermicro Update Manager (SUM) Out-of-Band Management Software Standard Warranty: 5 Year Silicon Mechanics Standard Warranty - Tier 1 ($0 - 10,000) NOTE: Advanced Parts Replacement service covers the cross shipping of replacement parts. Advanced Parts Replacement: 5 Year Advanced Parts Replacement NOTE: For onsite service, international coverage, or additional options please contact our Sales department. Notes: No RAID No OS SUM=YES **** Additional Components **** Optane: 2 x Intel 280GB 900P Series (3D XPoint, 10 DWPD) HHHL PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD Drive: Samsung 512GB SM961 MLC (4GB/s, NVMe) PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 2280 SSD
As of 2019-04-24 the ssh of the main host (the physical server) is 2222 and there is only one non-root account on it and can only be accessed via key access. At this time only wildintellect, strk, robe, martin, pramsey and jef have their keys installed
So to SSN - ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 2222
DONE: Installed 18.04.1 on the Samsung 512GB MZVKW512HMJP (whole drive), and only installed OpenSSH (22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199)
- ZFS DONE
- OS is not installed on ZFS (on SAMSUNG regular ext4? partition). But created an LXD ZFS pool that takes up the other disks (16 TB).
- ZFS DONE
- DONE Note we went with simple single ZFS pool RAID 10 takes up the remaining disks (Non-SAMSUNG). OS and LXD install on SAMSUNG
- Root pool on spinning disks, either as raid-z2 or a pair of 2 device mirrors? (How do we decide?)
- ZIL slog on mirrored Optane drives, consider placing the boot pool ('bpool') here as well.
- L2ARC on M2 SSD drive.
- If using legacy BIOS boot mode, install grub to all devices; UEFI requires additional partitioning.
- LXC/LXD - storage options we'll go with zfs (need to decide how big of storage),
- also the fact btrfs allows going back to older snapshot, does zfs have a comparable feature, or might we consider having two storage containers, one zfs and one btrfs)
- we'll have containers dedicated to databases one for user databases, one for system stuff like ldap, gitea, trac?
Containers and Services
LXD based containers:
- Download - download.osgeo.org / upload.osgeo.org / bottle.download.osgeo.org -- all proxied thru nginx container -- config for download under git
- Wiki [lxd-p2c (tool to convert vm or physical snapshot take) ] - wiki.osgeo.org is currently proxying thru osgeo7 nginx container, but is still hosted on osgeo3
- Secure (LDAP) - rebuilt as debian 9 - new-secure container
- NextCloud [DONE - now used by more than just board members]
- Drone [DONE]
- NGINX [DONE] - used to proxy traffic from all other servers on osgeo7
- Webextra (Foss4g Archives)