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Revision as of 15:35, 14 February 2010

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Hostnames

  • treehouse.olpcorps.net
  • treehouse.sugarlabs.org

Info

Treehouse is a KVM host owned by to User:dogi, who kindly made 50% of its capacity available to Sugar Labs.

Treehouse's identical twin Machine/housetree is currently hosted at Pika. It has not enough bandwidth for production, but can be used for experimentation purposes.

Hardware

  • 2U rack-mountable case
  • 2x dual-core Opteron 2214 HE @ 1GHz
  • 64GB RAM
  • 3x1TB RAID1
  • Ubuntu Jaunty amd64

Location

Hosted by the Free Software Foundation at the Global NAPs collocation facility.

Admins

Network configuration

Treehouse is globally accessible through public, static IPv4 as well as an IPv6 /64 subnet (6to4).

IPs 140.186.70.100 to 140.186.70.150 are available for hosted VMs.

Hosted VMs

All KVM virtual machines are managed by libvirtd. Yes, that's scary.

See Sysadmin/New virtual machine for creating new VMs.