cdot-panda-10-1-v7hl

cdot-panda-10-4-v7hl

cdot-panda-10-5

cdot-panda-11-4-v7hl

cdot-panda-12-3

cdot-panda-5-3

cdot-panda-5-4

Thanks

Masihul Max Abed

Seneca CDOT

On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 5:36 PM, Brendan Conoboy <blc@redhat.com> wrote:

On 02/27/2012 02:25 PM, Dennis Gilmore wrote:

[snip]Just to be clear, these two systems are the same machines:

I wanted to get others thoughs before i went and made the change

We just provision them as v5 or v7 according to what it looks like is needed. That's the idea anyway- we aren't doing enough builds at once that we've had to balance anything.

hsv-trimslice-9-v5tel N N 0.0/2.0 arm -

hsv-trimslice-9-v7hl Y N 2.0/2.0 armhfp 2012-02-27 22:04:45

FYI, the HSV pandas also have dedicated sata disks on them and are roughly the performance equivalent of the trimslices because of it. The actual tally of heavybuilders (defined as having dedicated usb-sata storage) is:

hsv-panda-1-v5tel

hsv-panda-2-v5tel

hsv-panda-3-v5tel

hsv-panda-5-v5tel

hsv-panda-6-v5tel

hsv-panda-8-v5tel

cdot-trimslice-13-1

cdot-trimslice-14-1-v7hl

hsv-trimslice-10-{v5tel,v7hl}

hsv-trimslice-9-{v5tel,v7hl}

hsv-trimslice-8-{v5tel,v7hl}

hsv-trimslice-7-{v5tel,v7hl}

hsv-trimslice-6-{v5tel,v7hl}

We can make all the HSV trimslices into v7 builders and that will give us a 6/6 split, which seems reasonable.

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Brendan Conoboy / Red Hat, Inc. / blc@redhat.com

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