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== Cloud Control ==
 
== Cloud Control ==
  
There is a bot named <tt>noisecloud</tt> in the #noisebridge IRC channel which provides some limited control over the machines.
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There is a bot named <tt>noisecloud</tt> in the #noisebridge IRC channel which provides some limited control over the machines.
  
 
Machines are shut down every day at 3 AM and wiped.  Machines can be told to stay up persistently, see the cloud controller code for details.
 
Machines are shut down every day at 3 AM and wiped.  Machines can be told to stay up persistently, see the cloud controller code for details.
 
== Running Services on Pilot Machines ==
 
 
For cost reasons, powering on the spare machines at each hosting site isn't done except in the case where Noisecloud is the only option available for hosting your project.  However, some non-dedicated capacity is available for noncommercial projects.
 
 
Each colocation site has one low power pilot machine which stays on 24x7 to provide local control over the other machines.  Although access to the pilot machine itself is restricted, most sites can run containers or virtual machines on their pilot machines.  To have a container or virtual machine started for you, send an SSH public key to [[User:Dr_jesus|Dr. Jesus]] and a brief description of what your needs are.  Only noncommercial uses of Noisecloud are permitted.
 
  
 
== Inventory ==
 
== Inventory ==
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=== AMT ===
 
=== AMT ===
     13 Supermicro X7DCL
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     14 Supermicro X7DCL
       3 Dell PowerEdge 750
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       4 Dell PowerEdge 750
 
     10 HP Proliant DL385
 
     10 HP Proliant DL385
 
       5 HP Proliant DL145
 
       5 HP Proliant DL145
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       6 HP Proliant DL380
 
       6 HP Proliant DL380
 
       2 HP Proliant DL380 G2
 
       2 HP Proliant DL380 G2
      2 Rackable RaQ 3i
 
      8 Rackable RaQ 2
 
  
 
=== HWD ===
 
=== HWD ===
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       1 HP Proliant DL585
 
       1 HP Proliant DL585
 
=== Noisebridge ===
 
 
      1 Supermicro X7DCL
 
  
 
== Additional Rackspace ==
 
== Additional Rackspace ==
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* Servers must be used for non-commercial purposes only.   
 
* Servers must be used for non-commercial purposes only.   
  
* Services which do not have a reason to occupy an entire server chassis by themselves are not allowed.  Such services can be containerized instead using lxc, UML, or any other technology supported by libvirt.
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* Services which do not have a reason to occupy an entire server are not allowed.  Such services can be containerized instead.
  
 
* Reliable ops contacts must be available for each server.
 
* Reliable ops contacts must be available for each server.

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