[ahimsa-tech] new virtual box arrived
skipworthy at realivetech.com
Tue Oct 10 16:36:16 PDT 2006
How much easier/harder would it be if instead of moving, we built a new
one and migrated the data? I assume since it's all virtual, you'd just
move the whole image other wise...
either way- I'll get a couple good backups behind me, and try and slim
it down a bit- let me know what your schedule is like for an upgrade- I
could really use your help.
jeff moe wrote:
> Ok, so the box has physically arrived. I believe bame plans to mount it in the
> cabinet in the coming week or so. Then I'll pop in the OS and do some initial
> These are the sites that may be moved:
> 59G custom/nimiq
> 1.7G custom/portugal
> 2.2G dada/colorado
> 224M dada/prague
> 4.4G dada/wmass
> 3.0G dada/wmass-devel
> 1.3G sf-active/andorra
> 348M sf-active/antwerpen
> 22M sf-active/bolivia-devel
> 51G sf-active/italy
> 876M sf-active/kenya
> 2.5G sf-active/marseille
> 834M sf-active/ovl
> 3.8M sf-active/shared
> 2.5G sf-active/uruguay
> 454M sf-active/wvl
> 1.8G spip/nantes
> 2.0G spip/nice
> That's about 130G or so. The box has two 146G drives--this includes the OS.
> The purpose of this box is speed, not necessarily reliability, so i may stripe
> the drives together too. :) Backups can be periodically rsync'd over to disko
> (NFS server).
> The biggest dynamic site is easily italy. Moving them off the NFS box would
> lessen it's load quite a bit. I'm not sure who I should talk to about that.
> Anyone on this list? :)
> video.indymedia.org (nimiq) is quite big too in terms of diskspace, but it also
> has far fewer far larger files. Does video.indy need fast disks for anything?
> Any plans to do transcoding or anything like that?
> In theory, perhaps we could even plop a mir prod server on there, to have a
> standby server for that. We'll look at that more down the road though.
> Anyway, if your site is on the above list and you want to see it run faster
> sooner, contact me. :)
> Oh, and we need to name it...hmm.....
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