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Below is a list of my primary equipment that I use pretty much everyday. I have quite a lot more than below but those are only in occasional use.  
 
Below is a list of my primary equipment that I use pretty much everyday. I have quite a lot more than below but those are only in occasional use.  
  
<table border="1">
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{| border="1"
  <tr>
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| '''Hostname'''
    <td><strong>Hostname</strong></td>
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| '''CPU'''
    <td><strong>CPU</strong></td>
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| '''RAM'''
    <td><strong>RAM</strong></td>
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| '''Total HD '''
    <td><strong>Total HD </strong></td>
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| '''OS '''
    <td><strong>OS </strong></td>
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| '''Services'''
    <td><strong>Services</strong></td>
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| '''Physical or Virtual'''
    <td><strong>Physical or Virtual</strong></td>
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|-
  </tr>
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| adpdc.sweetnam.eu
  <tr>
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| P4 2.66Ghz
    <td>adpdc.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| 512MB
    <td>P4 2.66Ghz </td>
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| 120GB
    <td>512MB</td>
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| Windows 2003
    <td>120GB</td>
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| Active Directory, DNS and file.
    <td>Windows 2003 </td>
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| Physical
    <td>Active Directory, DNS and file. </td>
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|-
    <td>Physical</td>
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| exch.sweetnam.eu
  </tr>
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| P4 3Ghz
  <tr>
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| 1024MB
    <td>exch.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| 80GB
    <td>P4 3Ghz </td>
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| Windows 2003
    <td>1024MB</td>
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| Exchange server/IIS 6.0 Web Server
    <td>80GB</td>
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| Physical
    <td>Windows 2003</td>
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|-
    <td>Exchange server/IIS 6.0 Web Server</td>
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| tealc.sweetnam.eu
    <td>Physical</td>
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| P4 1.7Ghz
  </tr>
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| 512MB
  <tr>
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| 40GB
    <td>tealc.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| Linux
    <td>P4 1.7Ghz </td>
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| Smoothwall firewall
    <td>512MB</td>
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| Physical
    <td>40GB</td>
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|-
    <td>Linux</td>
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| mail.sweetnam.eu
    <td>Smoothwall firewall</td>
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| PIII 700Mhz
    <td>Physical</td>
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| 384MB
  </tr>
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| 40GB
  <tr>
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| Ubuntu 6.06LTS
    <td>mail.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| Mail server (Postfix)
    <td>PIII 700Mhz </td>
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| Physical
    <td>384MB</td>
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|-
    <td>40GB</td>
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| carter.sweetnam.eu
    <td>Ubuntu 6.06LTS</td>
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| Xeon 3Ghz
    <td>Mail server (Postfix)</td>
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| 1024MB
    <td>Physical</td>
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| 136GB
  </tr>
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| Fedora 7
  <tr>
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| Web Server, Primary DB server
    <td>carter.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| Physical
    <td>Xeon 3Ghz </td>
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|-
    <td>1024MB</td>
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| oneill.sweetnam.eu
    <td>136GB</td>
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| P4 3Ghz
    <td>Fedora 7</td>
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| 2048MB
    <td>Web Server, Primary DB server</td>
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| 160GB
    <td>Physical</td>
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| Fedora 8
  </tr>
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| Workstation
  <tr>
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| Physical
    <td>oneill.sweetnam.eu</td>
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|-
    <td>P4 3Ghz </td>
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| jackson.sweetnam.eu
    <td>2048MB</td>
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| P4 3.2Ghz
    <td>160GB</td>
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| 1024MB
    <td>Fedora 8</td>
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| 320GB
    <td>Workstation</td>
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| Windows XP
    <td>Physical</td>
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| Workstation
  </tr>
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| Physical
<tr>
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|-
    <td>jackson.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| hp9000.sweetnam.eu
    <td>P4 3.2Ghz </td>
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| PA-RISC 440Mhz X 2
    <td>1024MB</td>
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| 1024MB
    <td>320GB</td>
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| 18GB
    <td>Windows XP </td>
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| HP-UX 11i
    <td>Workstation</td>
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| MySQL
    <td>Physical</td>
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| Physical
  </tr>
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|-
  <tr>
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| hammond.sweetnam.eu
    <td>hp9000.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| Core2 Duo 2.16Ghz
    <td>PA-RISC 440Mhz X 2 </td>
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| 2048MB
    <td>1024MB</td>
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| 120GB
    <td>18GB</td>
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| OS X 10.5.1 Leopard
    <td>HP-UX 11i </td>
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|
    <td>MySQL</td>
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| Physical
    <td>Physical</td>
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|-
  </tr>
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| sparc1.sweetnam.eu
<tr>
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| UltraSPARC III+ 900Mhz
    <td>hammond.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| 1GB
    <td>Core2 Duo 2.16Ghz</td>
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| 76GB
    <td>2048MB</td>
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| Solaris 10
    <td>120GB</td>
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| Webserver
    <td>OS X 10.5.1 Leopard</td>
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| Physical
    <td></td>
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|-
    <td>Physical</td>
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| sparc2.sweetnam.eu
  </tr>
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| UltraSPARC III+ 900Mhz
  <tr>
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| 1GB
    <td>sparc1.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| 76GB
    <td>UltraSPARC III+ 900Mhz</td>
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| Ubuntu 7.10
    <td>1GB</td>
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| Experimental at the moment
    <td>76GB</td>
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| Physical
    <td>Solaris 10</td>
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|-
    <td>Webserver</td>
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| proxy.sweetnam.eu
    <td>Physical</td>
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| PIII 550Mhz
  </tr>
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| 512MB
  <tr>
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| 40GB
    <td>sparc2.sweetnam.eu</td>
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| Fedora 8
    <td>UltraSPARC III+ 900Mhz</td>
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| [[Reverse Proxy with Squid|Squid Reverse Proxy]]
    <td>1GB</td>
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| Physical
    <td>76GB</td>
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|}
    <td>Ubuntu 7.10</td>
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    <td>Experimental at the moment</td>
 
    <td>Physical</td>
 
  </tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>proxy.sweetnam.eu</td>
 
<td>PIII 550Mhz</td>
 
<td>512MB</td>
 
<td>40GB</td>
 
<td>Fedora 8</td>
 
<td>[[Reverse Proxy with Squid|Squid Reverse Proxy]]</td>
 
<td>Physical</td>
 
  </table>
 
  
 
'''Infrastructure'''
 
'''Infrastructure'''

Revision as of 14:36, 20 April 2008

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Below is a list of my primary equipment that I use pretty much everyday. I have quite a lot more than below but those are only in occasional use.

Hostname CPU RAM Total HD OS Services Physical or Virtual
adpdc.sweetnam.eu P4 2.66Ghz 512MB 120GB Windows 2003 Active Directory, DNS and file. Physical
exch.sweetnam.eu P4 3Ghz 1024MB 80GB Windows 2003 Exchange server/IIS 6.0 Web Server Physical
tealc.sweetnam.eu P4 1.7Ghz 512MB 40GB Linux Smoothwall firewall Physical
mail.sweetnam.eu PIII 700Mhz 384MB 40GB Ubuntu 6.06LTS Mail server (Postfix) Physical
carter.sweetnam.eu Xeon 3Ghz 1024MB 136GB Fedora 7 Web Server, Primary DB server Physical
oneill.sweetnam.eu P4 3Ghz 2048MB 160GB Fedora 8 Workstation Physical
jackson.sweetnam.eu P4 3.2Ghz 1024MB 320GB Windows XP Workstation Physical
hp9000.sweetnam.eu PA-RISC 440Mhz X 2 1024MB 18GB HP-UX 11i MySQL Physical
hammond.sweetnam.eu Core2 Duo 2.16Ghz 2048MB 120GB OS X 10.5.1 Leopard Physical
sparc1.sweetnam.eu UltraSPARC III+ 900Mhz 1GB 76GB Solaris 10 Webserver Physical
sparc2.sweetnam.eu UltraSPARC III+ 900Mhz 1GB 76GB Ubuntu 7.10 Experimental at the moment Physical
proxy.sweetnam.eu PIII 550Mhz 512MB 40GB Fedora 8 Squid Reverse Proxy Physical


Infrastructure

Connectivity is currently provided by a Draytek Vigor 2600 Router for internet connectivity, and an HP Procurve 2524 switch.

Here are two pictures that only show a few of my main machines. As soon as I tidy the rest of the room I will add some more :-)

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