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This page documents, for those with accounts on the FreeBSD.org network, just what machine resources are currently available and the sorts of jobs they are being provided for.

For a list of SSH host keys and their fingerprints for the public FreeBSD.org machines, please see this file.

All host names in the FreeBSD.org domain

Host OS Purpose Owner(s)
axp0-9 4-STABLE/5-CURRENT Ports building cluster ports team
beast 5-CURRENT Alpha box for FreeBSD/alpha testing obrien/peter
builder 5-CURRENT BSD/OS source holder committers
bento 5-CURRENT i386 package build master ports team
freefall 4-STABLE CVS master repository committers
ftp-master 4-STABLE ftp master (stage server) peter/jkh/asami/obrien/steve
gohan10-17 4-STABLE/5-CURRENT Ports building cluster ports team
hub 4-STABLE Mail services postmaster
mx1 4-STABLE Inbound mail services jmb/peter
mx2 4-STABLE Outbound mail services jmb/peter
ncvsup (cvsup-master) 4-STABLE CVSup master mirror jdp
ns0 4-STABLE FreeBSD.org domain master dg/ps/peter
ocvsup (cvsup10) 4-STABLE Public CVSup mirror jdp
panther 5-CURRENT Reference machine for testing sparc64 changes committers
pluto1, pluto2 5-CURRENT Reference machine for testing ia64 changes committers
ref4 4-STABLE Reference machine for testing 4-STABLE changes committers
ref5 5-CURRENT Reference machine for testing 5-CURRENT changes committers
sledge 5-CURRENT Reference machine for testing amd64 changes committers
www 4-STABLE Web services webmaster

Hardware configurations

Host Type Hardware
axp0 Alpha Miata 500MHz Alpha 21164A, 128MB mem, Qlogic ISP1020, 9GB Seagate SCSI drive, 3x18GB Seagate SCSI drives, Digital DE500 NIC.
axp1-7 Alpha Miata 500MHz Alpha 21164A, 128MB mem, Qlogic ISP1020, 9GB Seagate SCSI drive, Digital DE500 NIC.
axp8 Alpha DS10L 466MHz Alpha 21264, 1024MB mem, Symbios 53c875, 9GB Compaq (Seagate) SCSI drive, Onboard 21143 NIC.
axp9 Alpha DS10 466MHz Alpha 21264, 512MB mem, Qlogic ISP1020, 2x9GB Seagate SCSI drives, Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
beast API UP2000 2 x 833MHz Alpha 21264 with 8MB L2cache, 2GB mem, Adaptec 2940U2W SCSI controller, 2 SCSI U160 drives, 3COM 3c905B NIC.
bento Intel x86 MP 2x733MHz Pentium III, 1024MB mem, 2xLSI53C1010, 1x18GB SCSI U160 drive, 5x36GB SCSI U160 drives. Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
builder Intel x86 800MHz Pentium III, 512MB mem, 40GB Seagate ATA drive, Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
freefall Intel x86 800MHz Pentium III, 1024MB mem, Mylex DAC960 PCI SCSI RAID controller, 5x18GB SCSI U2W drives, Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
gohan10-17 Intel x86 800MHz Pentium III, 512MB mem, Intel ICH ATA66 controller, 1x30GB ATA66 drive, Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
hub Intel x86 2 x 600MHz Pentium III, 1GB mem, Mylex DAC960 PCI SCSI RAID controller, 3x9GB SCSI WIDE drives, Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
mx2 Intel x86 850MHz FC-PGA Pentium III, 512MB mem, LSI 53C1010 U160 SCSI, 1x18GB 10K RPM U160 SCSI drive, Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
panther Sun OEM ATX Panther board 300 MHz UltraSparc-IIi, 512MB mem, 2x9GB 10K RPM Ultra2 SCSI drives, Sun HME 10/100B NIC.
pluto1, pluto2 HP rx2600 2x900MHz Itanium2 (in UP mode) - HP zx1 (pluto) chipset, 2048MB mem (only 1024MB enabled), LSILogic 1030 U320 SCSI controller (mpt), 1x36GB 10K RPM U160 SCSI drive, Broadcom BCM5701 10/100/1000 NIC.
ref4 Intel x86 500MHz FC-PGA Celeron, 512MB mem, 1x30GB IDE drive, Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
ref5 Intel x86 500MHz FC-PGA Celeron, 512MB mem, 1x20GB IDE drive, Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
sledge Rioworks HDAMA (AMD64) 2x1.8GHz Opteron 244 (in UP mode) - AMD 8111/8131 chipset, 8192MB mem, 1x40GB Seagate ST340014A IDE drive, Broadcom BCM5703 10/100/1000 NIC.

All machines are connected at 100Mbit/sec full-duplex to a dedicated Cisco 2948G switch with redundant gigabit uplinks. Internet connectivity and colocation is provided by Yahoo!. All systems have logged serial consoles and remote power control.

Ports-building cluster in Korea

Host OS Purpose Owner(s)
dalki, dosirak, haessal 5-CURRENT Ports building cluster ports team

Hardware configurations

Host Type Hardware
dalki, haessal Intel x86 2x2.20GHz Pentium 4 Xeon, 2GB mem, Adaptec aic7899 Ultra160 SCSI adapter, 1x36GB SCSI-3 drive, 2xIntel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.
dosirak Intel x86 2x2.20GHz Pentium 4 Xeon, 4GB mem, Adaptec aic7899 Ultra160 SCSI adapter, 1x36GB SCSI-3 drive, 2xIntel EtherExpress Pro 10/100B NIC.

All machines are connected at 100Mbit/sec full-duplex to a dedicated Cisco 2950G switch with redundant gigabit uplinks. Internet connectivity and colocation is provided by Yahoo! Korea and KIDC. And, the machines -are privided by eSlim Korea.

+are provided by eSlim Korea.

Administrative Policies

If the machine in question is "owned" by someone specific, please direct queries to them first when asking about administrative issues, this includes changes to user accounts or filesystem layout.

All new user accounts must be cleared with the admin staff, admin@FreeBSD.org, and are given only to FreeBSD developers, either in the docs, ports or general src hacking category. Accounts may be given to non-project developers if they have a specific need to test something of a truly experimental nature and need access to a FreeBSD machine for the purpose. Accounts are not given to the general public for "vanity domain" mail or other such uses, so please don't ask. Thanks.

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