Re: heavybuilders cdot-pandas

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El Mon, 27 Feb 2012 18:03:01 -0500
M Abed <maxamaxim@xxxxxx> escribió:
> Does that mean that we will remove the following machines from the
> heavybuilder channel or leave those as is?
> 
> cdot-panda-10-1-v7hl
> cdot-panda-10-4-v7hl
> cdot-panda-10-5
> cdot-panda-11-4-v7hl
> cdot-panda-12-3
> cdot-panda-5-3
> cdot-panda-5-4

It would mean they are no longer heavybuilders. we could then drop the
space thats allocated to them in the scratch pool to be smaller. 

Dennis

> Masihul Max Abed
> Seneca CDOT
> 
> 
> 
> On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 5:36 PM, Brendan Conoboy <blc@xxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
> 
> > On 02/27/2012 02:25 PM, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
> > [snip]
> >
> >  I wanted to get others thoughs before i went and made the change
> >>
> >
> > Just to be clear, these two systems are the same machines:
> >
> > hsv-trimslice-9-v5tel        N   N    0.0/2.0 arm              -
> > hsv-trimslice-9-v7hl         Y   N    2.0/2.0 armhfp 2012-02-27
> > 22:04:45
> >
> > We just provision them as v5 or v7 according to what it looks like
> > is needed.  That's the idea anyway- we aren't doing enough builds
> > at once that we've had to balance anything.
> >
> > FYI, the HSV pandas also have dedicated sata disks on them and are
> > roughly the performance equivalent of the trimslices because of
> > it.  The actual tally of heavybuilders (defined as having dedicated
> > usb-sata storage) is:
> >
> > hsv-panda-1-v5tel
> > hsv-panda-2-v5tel
> > hsv-panda-3-v5tel
> > hsv-panda-5-v5tel
> > hsv-panda-6-v5tel
> > hsv-panda-8-v5tel
> > cdot-trimslice-13-1
> > cdot-trimslice-14-1-v7hl
> > hsv-trimslice-10-{v5tel,v7hl}
> > hsv-trimslice-9-{v5tel,v7hl}
> > hsv-trimslice-8-{v5tel,v7hl}
> > hsv-trimslice-7-{v5tel,v7hl}
> > hsv-trimslice-6-{v5tel,v7hl}
> >
> > We can make all the HSV trimslices into v7 builders and that will
> > give us a 6/6 split, which seems reasonable.
> >
> > --
> > Brendan Conoboy / Red Hat, Inc. / blc@xxxxxxxxxx
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