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    1: this contains a random collection of info about the NetBSD.org servers. Unless specified they are at TastyLime and owned by TNF.
    2: Note the time of last commit, the info may be seriously out of date.
    3: 
    4: we currently (2018-12-23) have:
    5: 
    6: public services:
    7: 
    8: - homeworld (mail.NetBSD.org, ns.NetBSD.org)<br>
    9:   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.
   10: 
   11: - mollari (wiki.NetBSD.org, releng.NetBSD.org, www.NetBSD.org, gnats.NetBSD.org, mail-index.NetBSD.org)<br>
   12:   Apache, with ikiwiki for this wiki, plus req for the releng site, gnats, and a very much hacked upon mhonarc
   13: 
   14: - vir (blog.NetBSD.org, monitor.NetBSD.org, rt.NetBSD.org)<br>
   15:   Apache, with Apache Roller on tomcat on native openjdk8 for blog, Xymon for monitor and rt (what a surprise :) ) for rt. rt is used as coordination tool of a few teams and restricted to members of those teams.
   16: 
   17: - morden (ftp.NetBSD.org, rsync.NetBSD.org)<br>
   18:   the ftp, 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.
   19:   
   20: - nyftp.NetBSD.org<br>
   21:   ftp, http and rsync, fairly dumb. It's situated at Columbia University, hence the 'ny' in the name
   22:   
   23: - anoncvs.NetBSD.org<br>
   24:   offers anoncvs via ssh and pserver, plus rsync of the cvs repository, using port redirects
   25: 
   26: - anonhg.NetBSD.org<br>
   27:   anonymous Mercurial service, experimental
   28: 
   29: non-public services:
   30: 
   31: - cvs.NetBSD.org<br>
   32:   the master CVS repository; only developers (TNF members) with valid account auth can connect here.
   33: 
   34: - hgmaster.NetBSD.org<br>
   35:   the master Mercurial repository, experimental; only developers (TNF members) with valid account auth can connect here.
   36: 
   37: - build.NetBSD.org (aka b45) + b41-b48<br>
   38:   build is the master/coordinator of the build slaves, and they produce the NetBSD-daily contents (situated at Columbia University)
   39: 
   40: - pkgbuild.NetBSD.org<br>
   41:   that's a Xen dom0 running domUs which pbulk-build pkgsrc-stable packages for supported NetBSD releases for amd64 and i386 (also at Columbia University)
   42: 
   43: - armbulk1.NetBSD.org and armbulk2.NetBSD.org<br>
   44:   two Jetson TK1 running NetBSD-8/evbarm-earmv7hf building earmv6hf and earmv7hf packages.
   45: 
   46: - franklin.NetBSD.org<br>
   47:   the backup server, basically lots'o disk storing encrypted dumps
   48: 
   49: - babylon5.NetBSD.org<br>
   50:   most of the TNF-run anita checks run here
   51: 
   52: - lyta.NetBSD.org<br>
   53:   situated at WWU, runs even more anita checks
   54: 
   55: - sheridan.NetBSD.org<br>
   56:   Xen server running mollari, vir, and a few smaller administrative functions
   57: 
   58: - xenhost.NetBSD.org<br>
   59:   Xen server running hgmaster and anonhg, the experiment-with-Mercurial systems
   60: 
   61: - talia.NetBSD.org<br>
   62:   situated at WWU, kamil@ uses it for lldb buildbot et al
   63: 
   64: - lochley.NetBSD.org<br>
   65:   situated at WWU, runs the repo conversions under joerg@'s direction
   66: 
   67: - shadow.NetBSD.org<br>
   68:   Xen server situated at WWU, just has a dom0 right now
   69: 
   70: - byron.NetBSD.org<br>
   71:   Xen server situated at WWU, runs the "scanner" VM
   72: 
   73: - ironheart.NetBSD.org<br>
   74:   situated at WWU, currently off because it beeps and annoys people working in the server room it's housed in. May have a failed fan.
   75: 
   76: - console servers at TastyLime, Columbia University and WWU<br>
   77:   these are small devices (two of them evbarm-based) with USB2Serials and conserver8. conserver is most approved :)
   78: 
   79: - cole.NetBSD.de<br>
   80:   off-site, off-continent backup for the most precious data in case ca.us gets the big one. Racked at Regensburg, Germany, owned by spz@

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