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== DreamHost ==
 
== DreamHost ==
Much of OpenSFS's web presence is hosted under a DreamHost.
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Much of OpenSFS's web presence is hosted at [http://dreamhost.com DreamHost].  We currently employ the DreamHost "Shared Hosting" solution.
  
 
;Points of Contact
 
;Points of Contact
: Matt Leininger (LLNL)
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: OpenSFS Administration (VTM) [mailto:[email protected] [email protected]] and/or [mailto:[email protected] [email protected]]
: Chris Morrone (LLNL)
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== Mailing Lists ==
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;Domain
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: lists.opensfs.org
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: lists.lustre.org
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;Software
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: [http://www.gnu.org/software/mailman/docs.html Mailman] (installation managed by DreamHost)
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;Points of Contact
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: (Previously Richard Friedman and Chris Morrone (LLNL))
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The OpenSFS email lists are nominally managed individually through a mailman instance.  But the mailman server and control over the "owners" of each individual mailing list are managed through the [http://panel.dreamhost.com DreamHost Panel].
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Under the menu bar on the left side of the DreamHost Panel page there is a "Mail" heading.  Under Mail, you want to select "Discussion Lists" (there is also an "Announce Lists" area, but at this time we have to announcement lists).
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Under Mail->Discussion Lists, you can create and delete mailing lists, and also "Edit" the owners of each mailing list.
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Owners of lists can access list administrative functions through the standard [http://lists.opensfs.org/admin.cgi Mailman admin interface].
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== Wiki ==
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;Domain
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: [http://wiki.opensfs.org wiki.opensfs.org]
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: [http://wiki.lustre.org wiki.lustre.org]
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: [http://wiki.old.lustre.org wiki.old.lustre.org]
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;Software
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: [http://mediawiki.org MediaWiki]
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;Point of Contact
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: (Previously Richard Friedman and Chris Morrone (LLNL))
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The OpenSFS wiki is hosted under our DreamHost account.  The [http://mediawiki.org MediaWiki] software was initially installed by using DreamHosts's '''One-Click Installs''' from the [http://panel.dreamhost.com DreamHost Control Panel]. It has since been manually updated as needed.
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DreamHost shared-servers work by installing web sites under a single user's account.  For the wiki.opensfs.org domain, the user account name is "opensfs_admin" (See "Manage Domains" in the [http://panel.dreamhost.com DreamHost Control Panel]).  If you know the password (which can be reset through the Panel), you may log into opensfs_admin's account on amsterdam.dreamhost.com.
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In the opensfs_admin user's home directory there is a directory named after the domain, the full path is: ''/home/opensfs_admin/www.opensfs.org''.  The full installation of the [http://mediawiki.org MediaWiki] software is located under that directory, as well as all of the configuration and data file.
  
 
== OpenSFS Website ==
 
== OpenSFS Website ==
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;Software
 
;Software
 
: [http://wordpress.org Wordpress]
 
: [http://wordpress.org Wordpress]
;Point of Contact
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;Points of Contact
: ?
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: (Previously Richard Friedman and Chris Morrone (LLNL))
  
 
== Lustre Website ==  
 
== Lustre Website ==  
 
;Domain
 
;Domain
: [http://opensfs.org opensfs.org]  
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: [http://lustre.opensfs.org lustre.opensfs.org]  
 
;Software
 
;Software
 
: [http://wordpress.org Wordpress]
 
: [http://wordpress.org Wordpress]
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;Points of Contact
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== github ==
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;URL
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: [https://github.com/opensfs github.com/opensfs]
 
;Point of Contact
 
;Point of Contact
: ?
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: Chris Morrone (LLNL)
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The opensfs organization on github was created by Ryan Weiss on June 23, 2010.  The spot is reserved, but not actually in use.
  
== Wiki ==
 
  
;Domain
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== Functional Test Cluster ==
: [http://wiki.opensfs.org wiki.opensfs.org]
 
;Software
 
: [http://mediawiki.org MediaWiki]
 
 
;Point of Contact
 
;Point of Contact
: Chris Morrone (LLNL)
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: Steve Simms (IU)
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The Functional Test Cluster is a 32-node environment for use with development of OpenSFS funded contracts. Originally commissioned by the Technical Working Group (TWG), the test cluster is hosted at Indiana University. There are 24 compute nodes and 8 nodes with direct attached storage. All nodes have QDR Infiniband connectivity.
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* Client Nodes
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** (24) total client nodes, c01-c24
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*** (6) SuperMicro SuperServer 6026TT-HIBQRF in SuperChassis 827H-R1400B
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** Each node has
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*** (1) Intel E5620 2.4GHz Westmere (Total 4 Cores)
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*** 32GB DDRIII 1333MHz ECC/REG
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*** (1) 500GB SATA
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*** (1) Mellanox QDR 40GB QSFP Port
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*** (2) 10/100/1000T Ports
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* MDS and OSS Nodes
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** (4) total MDS nodes, mds01-mds04
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** (4) total OSS nodes, oss01-oss04
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*** (8) SuperMicro 2U SuperServer with X8DTH-iF motherboard
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** Each node has
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*** (2) Intel E5620 2.4GHz Westmere (Total 8 Cores)
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*** 64GB DDRIII 1333MHz ECC/REG - (8x8GB Modules Installed)
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*** (1) 40GB SSD
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*** (1) 500GB SATA
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*** (1) Mellanox QDR 40GB QSFP Single Port
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*** (2) 10/100/1000T Ports
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*** (2) LCI 9200-8E 2xSAS External Ports to Storage
  
The OpenSFS wiki is hosted under our DreamHost account.  UnderThe [http://mediawiki.org MediaWiki] software was initially installed by using '''One-Click Installs''' from the [http://panel.dreamhost.com DreamHost Control Panel]. The same method can be used to upgrade the MediaWiki software.
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* Headnode
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** (1) total headnode - opensfs.uits.indiana.edu
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** (1) SuperMicro 1U SuperServer
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** Headnode has
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*** (1) Intel E5620 2.4GHz Westmere (Total 4 Cores)
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*** 24GB DDRIII 1333MHz ECC
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*** (1) 500GB SATA
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*** (2) 10/100/1000T Ports
  
With our DreamHost shared-servers work by installing web sites under a single user's account.  For the wiki.opensfs.org domain, the username is "opensfs_admin" (See "Manage Domains" in the [http://panel.dreamhost.com DreamHost Control Panel]).  If you know the password (which can be reset through the Panel), you may log into opensfs_admin's account on amsterdam.dreamhost.com.
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* Storage Hardware
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** (8) Infortrend EonStore DS S12S-R2240 12-disk storage arrays
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*** (4) Infortrend EonStore DS S12S-J2000-R SAS 12-disk expansion for OSS
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*** (2) LSI SAS6160 Switches
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** MDS Configuration
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*** (4) 100GB SSD INTEL SSDSA2BZ100G3
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*** (8) 2TB SATA HITACHI HUS723020ALS640
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** OSS Configuration
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*** (2) 100GB SSD INTEL SSDSA2BZ100G3
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*** (22) 2TB SATA HITACHI HUS723020ALS640
  
In the opensfs_admin user's home directory (/home/opensfs_admin), there is a directory named after the domain, /home/opensfs_admin/www.opensfs.org.  That directory contains the [http://mediawiki.org MediaWiki] intallation, and is where the configuration files are to be found.
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* Infiniband
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** (1) Mellanox IS5030 switch
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*** Model MIS5030Q-1SFC

Latest revision as of 17:24, 22 March 2021

DreamHost

Much of OpenSFS's web presence is hosted at DreamHost. We currently employ the DreamHost "Shared Hosting" solution.

Points of Contact
OpenSFS Administration (VTM) [email protected] and/or [email protected]

Mailing Lists

Domain
lists.opensfs.org
lists.lustre.org
Software
Mailman (installation managed by DreamHost)
Points of Contact
[email protected] and/or [email protected]
(Previously Richard Friedman and Chris Morrone (LLNL))


The OpenSFS email lists are nominally managed individually through a mailman instance. But the mailman server and control over the "owners" of each individual mailing list are managed through the DreamHost Panel.

Under the menu bar on the left side of the DreamHost Panel page there is a "Mail" heading. Under Mail, you want to select "Discussion Lists" (there is also an "Announce Lists" area, but at this time we have to announcement lists).

Under Mail->Discussion Lists, you can create and delete mailing lists, and also "Edit" the owners of each mailing list.

Owners of lists can access list administrative functions through the standard Mailman admin interface.

Wiki

Domain
wiki.opensfs.org
wiki.lustre.org
wiki.old.lustre.org
Software
MediaWiki
Point of Contact
[email protected] and/or [email protected]
(Previously Richard Friedman and Chris Morrone (LLNL))

The OpenSFS wiki is hosted under our DreamHost account. The MediaWiki software was initially installed by using DreamHosts's One-Click Installs from the DreamHost Control Panel. It has since been manually updated as needed.

DreamHost shared-servers work by installing web sites under a single user's account. For the wiki.opensfs.org domain, the user account name is "opensfs_admin" (See "Manage Domains" in the DreamHost Control Panel). If you know the password (which can be reset through the Panel), you may log into opensfs_admin's account on amsterdam.dreamhost.com.

In the opensfs_admin user's home directory there is a directory named after the domain, the full path is: /home/opensfs_admin/www.opensfs.org. The full installation of the MediaWiki software is located under that directory, as well as all of the configuration and data file.

OpenSFS Website

Domain
opensfs.org
Software
Wordpress
Points of Contact
[email protected] and/or [email protected]
(Previously Richard Friedman and Chris Morrone (LLNL))

Lustre Website

Domain
lustre.opensfs.org
Software
Wordpress
Points of Contact
[email protected] and/or [email protected]

github

URL
github.com/opensfs
Point of Contact
Chris Morrone (LLNL)

The opensfs organization on github was created by Ryan Weiss on June 23, 2010. The spot is reserved, but not actually in use.


Functional Test Cluster

Point of Contact
Steve Simms (IU)

The Functional Test Cluster is a 32-node environment for use with development of OpenSFS funded contracts. Originally commissioned by the Technical Working Group (TWG), the test cluster is hosted at Indiana University. There are 24 compute nodes and 8 nodes with direct attached storage. All nodes have QDR Infiniband connectivity.

  • Client Nodes
    • (24) total client nodes, c01-c24
      • (6) SuperMicro SuperServer 6026TT-HIBQRF in SuperChassis 827H-R1400B
    • Each node has
      • (1) Intel E5620 2.4GHz Westmere (Total 4 Cores)
      • 32GB DDRIII 1333MHz ECC/REG
      • (1) 500GB SATA
      • (1) Mellanox QDR 40GB QSFP Port
      • (2) 10/100/1000T Ports
  • MDS and OSS Nodes
    • (4) total MDS nodes, mds01-mds04
    • (4) total OSS nodes, oss01-oss04
      • (8) SuperMicro 2U SuperServer with X8DTH-iF motherboard
    • Each node has
      • (2) Intel E5620 2.4GHz Westmere (Total 8 Cores)
      • 64GB DDRIII 1333MHz ECC/REG - (8x8GB Modules Installed)
      • (1) 40GB SSD
      • (1) 500GB SATA
      • (1) Mellanox QDR 40GB QSFP Single Port
      • (2) 10/100/1000T Ports
      • (2) LCI 9200-8E 2xSAS External Ports to Storage
  • Headnode
    • (1) total headnode - opensfs.uits.indiana.edu
    • (1) SuperMicro 1U SuperServer
    • Headnode has
      • (1) Intel E5620 2.4GHz Westmere (Total 4 Cores)
      • 24GB DDRIII 1333MHz ECC
      • (1) 500GB SATA
      • (2) 10/100/1000T Ports
  • Storage Hardware
    • (8) Infortrend EonStore DS S12S-R2240 12-disk storage arrays
      • (4) Infortrend EonStore DS S12S-J2000-R SAS 12-disk expansion for OSS
      • (2) LSI SAS6160 Switches
    • MDS Configuration
      • (4) 100GB SSD INTEL SSDSA2BZ100G3
      • (8) 2TB SATA HITACHI HUS723020ALS640
    • OSS Configuration
      • (2) 100GB SSD INTEL SSDSA2BZ100G3
      • (22) 2TB SATA HITACHI HUS723020ALS640
  • Infiniband
    • (1) Mellanox IS5030 switch
      • Model MIS5030Q-1SFC