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Server Configuration Overview

This table outlines the current hardware, software, and disk configurations for AFS fileservers serving the ir.stanford.edu AFS cell.

Server Model Operating
System
Location Server Type Storage Capacity
afssvr10 Dell r610 Debian 6 East ECH a-i: User
j: Replicas
NetApp 8 TB
afssvr11 Dell r610 Debian 6 East ECH a-i: User
j: Replicas
NetApp 8 TB
afssvr12 Dell r610 Debian 6 East ECH a-i: User
j: Replicas
NetApp 8 TB
afssvr13 Dell r610 Debian 6 East ECH a-i: User
j: Replicas
NetApp 8 TB
afssvr14 Dell r610 Debian 6 East ECH a-i: User
j: Replicas
NetApp 8 TB
afssvr15 Dell r610 Debian 6 East ECH a-i: User
j: Replicas
NetApp 8 TB
afssvr16 Dell r610 Debian 6 East ECH a-i: User
j: Replicas
NetApp 8 TB
afssvr17 Dell r610 Debian 6 East ECH a-i: User
j: Replicas
NetApp 8 TB
afssvr23 Virtual Machine Debian 6 Forsythe a-i: Logs
j: Replicas
NFS 2 TB
afssvr24 Virtual Machine Debian 6 Forsythe a-i: Logs
j: Replicas
NFS 2 TB
afssvr-sec01 Dell r610 Debian 6 Forsythe a NFS 1 TB
afssvr-sec02 Dell r610 Debian 6 Forsythe a NFS 1 TB
afssvr-dev Virtual Machine Debian 6 Forysthe a-j NFS 810 GB

In the server type field, "Logs" indicates the servers hold log data and similar rarely accessed information, "Replicas" indicates replication sites for replicated volumes, "Replicated" indicates the master read/write volumes for replicated volumes, and "User" indicates user data (home directories, department and group directories, data volumes, and so forth). The letters indicate the partitions on the server used for a particular purpose.

Last modified January 4, 2012