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We have 22 braggi systems. The Ceph Foundation graciously purchased these late 2019/early 2020 to help reduce our reliance on ephemeral Jenkins slaves in OVH's Openstack public cloud.

Hardware Specs

Count Manufacturer Model Capacity Notes
Chassis N/A Supermicro SYS-1029P-MTR N/A
Mainboard N/A Supermicro X11DPL-i N/A
CPU 2 Intel Intel(R) Xeon(R) Silver 4214 CPU @ 2.20GHz 48 cores total ARK
RAM 8 DIMMs Micron Technology 36ASF4G72PZ-2G6E1 32GB 256GB total
SSD 1 Intel MZ7KH480HAHQ-00005 480GB
SSD 1 Intel MZ7LH960HAJR-00005 960GB Mounted at /home/jenkins-build
NIC 2 ports Intel ? 1Gb Unused
NIC 2 ports Intel 82599ES 10Gb Port 1 cabled as uplink

Setting up as Jenkins slaves

  1. Reimage using Cobbler
  2. Once the OS install is done,
    1. Run the ceph-cm-ansible users role
    2. Run ansible-playbook common.yml --tags vars,nagios,monitoring-scripts --limit braggi##
      1. ansible-playbook -M ./library/ -e permanent=True slave.yml --extra-vars '{"labels": "amd64 XXXXX huge sepia x86_64 braggi gigantic"}' --extra-vars '{"token": "XXXXX", "jenkins_credentials_uuid": "jenkins-build", "api_uri": ""}' --limit braggiXX*
hardware/braggi.txt · Last modified: 2021/02/18 18:54 by djgalloway