this contains a random collection of info about the NetBSD.org servers
we currently have:
homeworld (mail.NetBSD.org, ns.NetBSD.org)
That's a standard postfix with gld, amavisd, spamassassin for mail, a majordomo with a few local patches (and the despamming patterns from hell), plus bind for the nameservice.
narn (www.NetBSD.org, gnats.NetBSD.org, mail-index.NetBSD.org)
Apache, gnats, and a very much hacked upon mhonarc
mollari (blog.NetBSD.org, wiki.NetBSD.org, releng.NetBSD.org)
Apache, with Apache Roller on tomcat on native openjdk7 for blog, and ikiwiki for this wiki, plus req for the releng site
morden (ftp.NetBSD.org, rsync.NetBSD.org, sup.NetBSD.org)
the ftp, sup, http and rsync function themselves are fairly straightforward. It runs a few automatic updates for the src and pkgsrc regions that generate the daily CVS update mails and do a bunch of checks on pkgsrc, too.
ftp, http and rsync, fairly dumb. It's situated at Columbia University, hence the 'ny' in the name
offers anoncvs via ssh and pserver, plus rsync of the cvs repository, using port redirects
the master CVS repository; only developers (TNF members) with valid account auth can connect here.
build.NetBSD.org + b6, b7, b8
build is the master/coordinator of the build slaves, and they produce the NetBSD-daily contents (situated at Columbia University)
that's a Xen dom0 running netbsd4-amd64, netbsd4-i386, netbsd5-amd64 and netbsd5-i386 domUs, and nyftp as another domU, which roll packages and offer them up for consumption (also at Columbia University)
the backup server at ISC
another Xen server running a few smaller administrative functions
console servers at ISC and Columbia University
these are little no-moving-parts PCs with USB2Serials and conserver8. conserver is most approved