[Gluster-infra] Rackspace infrastructure update
justin at gluster.org
Tue Mar 18 16:23:08 UTC 2014
On 18/03/2014, at 3:44 PM, James wrote:
> Actually, I have not created anything on the rackspace account yet, so
> in fact the jenkinsvm is not me.
No worries. Is someone on-list the person that spun it up?
> All the stuff that I'll create I'll expect to build, test, and then
> destroy, so don't expect to see anything idle from me.
> On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 7:42 AM, Justin Clift <justin at gluster.org> wrote:
>> [sorry for the double post, resending with everyone CC'd]
>> Hi all,
>> Last week we added user accounts for several people in
>> Rackspace, under the Gluster organisation account:
>> * Vijay Bellur
>> * Justin Clift
>> * Jeff Darcy
>> * Niels de Vos
>> * Kaleb Keithley
>> * Lalatendu Mohanty
>> * Jay Vyas
>> * John Mark Walker
>> * Louis Zuckerman
>> * James Shubin (still to be done)
>> Everyone has full technical admin access, so can spin
>> up VMs, load balancers, store files, etc.
>> We have the following VMs running there 24/7 atm:
>> Name Purpose Cost/Month
>> gluster-mirror2 ??? $161.28
>> gluster-sonar SonarQube -------
>> gluster-swift ??? $ 40.32
>> gluster-swift-centos ??? $ 26.88
>> gluster-swift1 ??? $ 14.79
>> gluster-swift2 ??? $ 14.79
>> gluster-swift3 ??? $ 14.79
>> gluster.com-mirror1 ??? $161.28
>> glusterfs-jenkins1 Jenkins? -------
>> supercolony-gen1 ??? $215.04
>> supercolony.gluster.org ??? $215.04
>> The costs above are from last month's invoice. The
>> two VMs without costs are new since then, so I'm not
>> sure yet of their monthly cost.
>> * Gluster-sonar is the new instance of SonarQube
>> (sonarqube.org), spun up by Louis for the
>> glusterfs-java-filesystem project.
>> Online here: http://sonar.peircean.com/dashboard/index/com.peircean.glusterfs:glusterfs-java-filesystem
>> * At a guess, the glusterfs-jenkins VM is by James,
>> for getting new regression testing bits in place
>> using puppet-gluster.
>> Who has knowledge of what the other VMs are for?
>> Would like to find out, so we can kill anything
>> that's hanging around unused, plus turn on monitoring
>> for anything that's really important. (nothing has
>> monitoring so far)
>> Regards and best wishes,
>> Justin Clift
>> Open Source and Standards @ Red Hat
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