I'm guessing this question is mostly for Sage but maybe others have input.
As you should be aware, we are quickly running out of space in the Sepia
lab. I have room for the incoming Ceph Foundation hardware but anything
beyond that is going to require purchasing new racks (which will take
months) or retiring old equipment.
Currently, I need to make room for the 6 systems purchased to replace
the rex systems that were in the LA office. I'm wondering if there
would be any objection to retiring the apama systems. Only one of them
is actually doing anything useful -- it has some OSDs in the LRC. It
only has 48GB RAM and the 7 OSDs currently running on it take up all of it.
"But David, why not just get rid of 3 mira instead?"
The miras are in racks that only have 1Gb networking. I'd need to throw
out 4 *and* buy a 10Gb switch. The apama are in the "infra" rack which
already has a 10Gb switch.
Systems Administrator, RDU
mira 1 0 dgallowa@dgallowa
mira 1 1 sseshasa@teuthology
mira 1 1 vasu@teuthology
mira 1 1 zack(a)zwork.local
mira 1 1 scheduled_zack@teuthology
mira 2 2 smanjara@teuthology
mira 2 0 scheduled_kchai@teuthology
mira 3 3 yehudasa@yehudasa-desktop
mira 3 3 dis@zambezi
mira 3 1 jenkins-build@teuthology
mira 3 3 joshd@teuthology
mira 3 3 bhubbard@teuthology
mira 4 3 zack@teuthology
mira 4 4 gmeno(a)redhat.com
mira 4 4 VPSHOST@VPSHOST
mira 6 4 dgalloway@w541
mira 10 0 (free)
mira 14 13 LONG_RUNNING_CLUSTER
mira 26 4 jenkins@jenkins
mira 33 33 vshankar
Anybody not using what they have locked that can unlock? (vshankar, are
you using all 33 of those?)