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* default - NATed network, works fine but won't give you an externally accessible IP or allow for PXE booting
 
* default - NATed network, works fine but won't give you an externally accessible IP or allow for PXE booting
 
* bridge - Bridged network br0.
 
* bridge - Bridged network br0.
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= Current VMS =
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=== Fragspace ===
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* Date Created: 10/03/2014
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* IP: 172.31.24.33
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* CPUs: 4
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* RAM: 8GB
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* Storage: 200GB on local
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* Notes: Fragspace game server. Run by [[User:Velyks|Velyks]]
  
 
= How to: =
 
= How to: =
== Create a new VM ==
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=== Create a new VM ===
 
# Have a login to Lamarr via Ansible
 
# Have a login to Lamarr via Ansible
 
# Install virt-manager
 
# Install virt-manager

Revision as of 12:38, 11 March 2014

Lamarr
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Model HP DL380G5 (or something like that)
Sub-category Systems
Status Under construction
Last updated 24 May 2021 22:03:16
Training requirement yes
Training link Unknown
ACnode no
Owner LHS
Origin donation from someone
Location Basement rack
Maintainers Sysadmin team

Hypervisor, still being built. Possibly with KVM

Info

  • IP: 172.31.24.32
  • DNS: lamarr.lan.london.hackspace.org.uk
  • Access: Sysadmins

Stats

  • 2 Dual-core Xeons @ 3.0ghz
  • 18GB RAM
  • RAID10 on / ~123GB
  • RAID5 on /storage ~404G

libvm config

XML files are stored in /root at the moment. Will get around to sorting

Storage Pools

  • iso - /storage/isos - Boot and install media. Everyone has write permission
  • local - /storage/vms - Virtual drives stored on the local machine.

Networks

  • default - NATed network, works fine but won't give you an externally accessible IP or allow for PXE booting
  • bridge - Bridged network br0.

Current VMS

Fragspace

  • Date Created: 10/03/2014
  • IP: 172.31.24.33
  • CPUs: 4
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: 200GB on local
  • Notes: Fragspace game server. Run by Velyks

How to:

Create a new VM

  1. Have a login to Lamarr via Ansible
  2. Install virt-manager
  3. Connect to Lamarr with your login. (Requires your key to be there as ID_RSA)
  4. Create a new VM on Lamarr. Use local to store the virtual drives
  5. Set suitable resources
  6. Set network to eth0
  7. Start and have fun