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Note - odin has access to all cores in case something bad happens. Technically it can use all 4 cores.
 
Note - odin has access to all cores in case something bad happens. Technically it can use all 4 cores.

Revision as of 18:31, 1 November 2016

Bennu
IP Address(es): 128.153.145.41
Contact Person: James Bruska & Jared Dunbar
Last Update: September 2016
Services: most vital Virtual Machines


Hostname: bennu.cslabs.clarkson.edu
Operating system: Debian 8.3
NIC 1: Clarkson Network
MAC: 0c:c4:7a:04:3c:38
IP: 128.153.145.41
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2603 @ 1.80 GHz (4 cores)
RAM: 16 GB

Bennu is our primary VM host. It was formerly known as eevee. It has a pair of mirrored 1 TB drives, and so it can tolerate 1 disk failure and has 1 TB of storage.

The setup for Bennu was the same as for Phoenix.

Current VMs

VMs that are currently on Bennu include

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 3

You must run it for each core to each host core

CPU CORE ALLOCATION
0 System, Docs
1 bouncer,serenity
2 DubsDot
3 odin

Note - odin has access to all cores in case something bad happens. Technically it can use all 4 cores.