7 Grand Dad
Tyche is the new VM Host.
|7 Grand Dad|
|Contact Person:||Jared Dunbar & James Bruska|
|Last Update:||Spring 2017|
|Operating system:||Arch Linux|
|NIC 1:||Clarkson Network |
|CPU:||2x 8 Core Intel Somethings|
|RAM:||64GB of somethings|
Tyche is our newest VM host (as of Feb 2017)
Do a basic Arch install with the hard drives software raided in RAID 1, all of the device as /
Make sure to install GRUB to ALL of the drives and NOT /dev/md0 - also protip: md0 is a partition, not strictly a block device, thus it does not need a mbr and you can mkfs.ext4 /dev/md0 without issue :D
pacman -Syu htop iotop iftop lm_sensors vim sudo qemu libvirtd screen rsync tmux p7zip
Change SSHd to use port 13699 in addition to port 22 (add a line below Port:22 with Port:13699). Edit
Add all of the users to the libvirtd and kvm groups that plan to use the VM host
VM's require a network bridge in order to be able to communicate to the network.
Basic Non-Bond Ethernet
Description='A basic static ethernet connection' Interface=enp4s0f0 Connection=ethernet IP=static Address=('220.127.116.11/23') #Routes=('192.168.0.0/24 via 192.168.1.2') Gateway='18.104.22.168' DNS=('22.214.171.124')
Warning! This requires setup on the managed switches it's connected to!
Virtual Machine Core Allocation
These are cores that are allocated to VM's for efficiency.
virsh vcpupin <guestname> <local-core> <host core>
Host cores are between 0 and 31 and local cores are from 0 to n-1 cores
You must run it for each core to each host core
|0||SYSTEM - DO NOT ALLOCATE|
|1||Keyserver, scheduler, honeypot|
|3||comm, hwiki, Turist|
|24 to 31||colona-evolutionary-cpu|