Improvements in Debian's core infrastructureOn Thu 04 April 2013 with tags announce donation
Written by Ana Guerrero
Thanks to a generous donation by Bytemark Hosting, Debian started deploying machines for its core infrastructure services in a new data center in York, UK.
This hardware and hosting donation will allow the Debian Systems Administration (DSA) team to distribute Debian's core services across a greater number of geographically diverse locations, and improve, in particular, the fault-tolerance and availability of end-user facing services. Additionally, the storage component of this donation will dramatically reduce the storage challenges that Debian currently faces.
- 12 BL495cG5 blades with 2x Opteron 2347 and 64GB RAM each
- 4 BL465cG7 blades with 2x Opteron 6100 series and 128GB RAM each
and several HP Modular Storage Arrays:
- 3 MSA2012sa
- 6 MSA2000 expansion shelves
with 108 drive bays in total, mostly 500GB SATA drives, some 2TB, some 600GB 15kRPM SAS, providing a total of 57 TB.
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