Thought I came up with a good one, but Na.
Recently got a quote for the following used server --
Dell R720 SFF Dual E5-2670 8 core 2.5 Ghz 192 GB RAM 8x New Samsung 480GB SSD H710 integrated LSI SAS RAID 0-6 16 drive Bay server Dual 750W power supply Rail kit 1 year warranty
Quoted price was $2629/ea. The plan would be to replace my aging R905 with two newer servers.
Comments or suggestions?
This belongs in the I can't even thread.
Eventually Trump is going to run out of people to work for this administration. . .
Xen4.7: Specifically, support for "live-patching" of XenServer hosts
Kernel 4.4: Updated kernel to support future feature considerations
VM import/export performance: The importing/exporting of VMs now averages 2x faster than the previous version
a. XenServer 7.0
b. XenServer 7.0
c. XenServer 7.0
Plus Xen Orchestra!
Got another build that is still pending after 4 hours.
Just checked, and it's finally in the "reimaging" stage. Not sure how long it's been this way, but so far were at 14+ hours and counting since the initial provisioning request.
Nice alpha test you've got going on here, C@C!
it is a good idea, but i have to learn how to export the boot files as iso image in order to save it in a network share
You can build the ISO directly from within the app.
Got rid of the crontab entry and created the file /etc/systemd/system/xo-server.service containing the following:
# systemd service for XO-Server. [Unit] Description= XO Server After=network-online.target [Service] WorkingDirectory=/opt/xo-server/ ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/node ./bin/xo-server Restart=always SyslogIdentifier=xo-server [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
Seems to be working fine with the added bonus that you can now do things like
journalctl -u xo-server -f -n 50.