Historical Hera Config
Mozilla@Seneca Cluster Administration
This project page is for all system and network administration tasks on the Mozilla cluster at Seneca.
None as of yet.
Added Roadmap section
|Test a Buildbot TryScheduler with MailNotifier.||Low||Getting errors from CVS. Need to e-mail the mailing list again.|
|Document all cluster machine tasks.||High||Ongoing|
|Create new windows images.||Low||Waiting for enough things to add to make it worthwhile. So far the following are needed:
|Real world IPs for all machines||High||Waiting on ITT|
|Investigate high latency on the cluster||Low||ACS did network upgrades on the cluster. This is tentatively solved.|
|Create clean images of commonly used machines. Ubuntu, Windows 2003, others?||Medium||Ubuntu images done. Not sure how to do Windows images yet because of product key issues.|
|Document the steps involved in making a generic VM. Pre-installed software should be included in this.||Medium|
|Document the steps involved in bringing up a new VM. This should cover configuration changes as well as who needs to be notified. Is there a list of things that ACS needs yet?||Medium|
|Find a better way to give VNC access to VMs. Ideally I want GDM running on a vnc port.||Medium||Justin is currently looking into this.|
|Find out why apache doesn't work through the initscripts on linux2||Done||SELinux was the problem. Fixed by "setsebool -P httpd_disable_trans 1"|
bhearsum 13:16, 15 November 2006 (EST)
- A redid the Ubuntu server generic image as an edgy install. Along with this I made notes about how to make a generic install. I will be doing an Ubuntu Desktop install shortly, but I'm waiting on Justin's stuff re: VNC.
bhearsum 12:40, 24 November 2006 (EST)
- The cluster was down for maintenance recently. Some network upgrades were done at that time. Nobody has felt any lag since this happened. The cluster lag is *tentatively* solved.