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Upgrade orm #283

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pnorman opened this Issue Feb 27, 2019 · 2 comments

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pnorman commented Feb 27, 2019

Orm is one of our oldest machines and due for an upgrade and we're planning to refresh it. This is a tracking issue for visibility, but because most of the work involves quotes everything is being done by email and this issue won't have many public updates.

DB size is ~750 GB and the tile store is about the same. DB space required trends the same as planet file size, so required size is 2.5-3 TB. In practical terms, this means 3.2TB based on available drive sizes.

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pnorman commented Mar 8, 2019

Replacement ordered. It's based on a Supermicro SYS-1029P-WTRT with specs as below

  • SYS-1029P-WTRT
  • 1u SM 8* (SATA)+2* (NVM-e) HSBay Chassis c/w Red 750w PSU + Rails
  • Motherboard: SM X11DDW-NT (2x 10GBase-T LAN ports via Intel® X722 + Dedicated IPMI/KVM)
  • CPU(s): Dual Intel Xeon Gold 5120 (14/28*2.2Ghz/19.25MB L3 Cache)
  • RAM: 256GB DDR4 2666Ghz ECC REG (8*32GB)
  • SSD: 2* Intel 240GB s4510 O/S SSD
  • NVM-e: 2* Intel 4TB P4510 2.5in
  • NVM-e Expansion Card: RSC-R1UW-2E16 & RSC-R1UW-E8R
  • Other: 2* OCuLink source to MiniSAS HD target V.91,INT,PCIe NVMe SSD, 57CM,34AWG,RoHS - (CBL-SAST-0929) 2* Black gen-3 2.5" NVMe drive tray (Orange tab. PUSH button with key lock) - (MCP-220-00127-0B)
  • Heat Sink(s): 2* SNK-P0067PSMB
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pnorman commented Mar 12, 2019

We need to pick a location. It's a 1U machine, it could go

  • Between Gen9 machines and Cisco equipment (needs cabling)
  • In place of a spike (assuming we pull at least one from service)
  • In place of DL180 or MSA60

I'm inclined towards 28, right below the Gen9, leaving a spot open next to the network equipment.

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