Rearrangement of Linux CPU servers

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

At the end of the Fall 2019 term, we will rearrange the members of the linux.math, biglinux.math, and fastlinux.math pools.

  • the four newest machines that use an OS and management system different from our traditional environment will be assigned to their respective biglinux and fastlinux pools. So far, they have not been members of those pools. They are: cpu141, cpu143, cpu145, cpu147.
  • the four oldest machines will be taken out of the biglinux and fastlinux pools, and will become the only members of the linux.math pool, intended for casual low-intensity use.  They are: cpu125, cpu127, cpu131, cpu133.
  • the three intermediate machines will remain in their biglinux and fastlinux pools, but will be removed from the linux.math pool. They are: cpu135, cpu137, cpu139.

Before:

linux.math biglinux.math fastlinux.math not in a pool
cpu125, cpu127, cpu131, cpu133, cpu135, cpu137, cpu139 cpu125, cpu131, cpu139 cpu127, cpu133, cpu135, cpu137 cpu141, cpu143, cpu145, cpu147

After:

linux.math biglinux.math fastlinux.math not in a pool
cpu125, cpu127, cpu131, cpu133 cpu139, cpu141, cpu147 cpu135, cpu137, cpu143, cpu145

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The front-end login host fe109.math will be taken out of service as well. Thin client users may choose from fe111.math and the recently-deployed fe113.math.

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