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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.


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


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


Network configuration

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

IPs to are available for hosted VMs.

Hosted VMs

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

See Infrastructure Team/New virtual machine for creating new VMs.