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    66== How to pick which InstaGENI Rack to use ==
    7 Three useful criteria for picking an [wiki:GENIRacksHome#InstaGENIRacks InstaGENI rack] to use are:
    8  1. Physical location of the node
    9  1. Whether the site supports [wiki:GeniNetworkStitchingSites stitching]
    10  1. Load for the VM type you are interested in using.
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    12 In the [#AllInstaGENIRacks All InstaGENI Racks] table below, each row is an InstaGENI rack (sorted alphabetically and labeled if it is a [wiki:GeniNetworkStitchingSites stitching site]). 
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    14 Each cell represents a VM server.  VM servers listed in the first column are always configured to create ''OpenVZ containers'' and those in later columns run ''xen virtual machines''.
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    16 Each graph indicates the number of VMs running on that VM server over the last hour.  Higher numbers indicate a heavier load. 
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    18 In general, pick a VM server that matches your criteria for stitching support and geographical location and isn't running a heavy load.
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     7Three useful criteria for picking an [wiki:GENIRacksHome#InstaGENIRacks InstaGENI rack]:
     8 1. Physical location of the node. You can get the coordinates of a rack from its advertisement RSpec.
     9 1. [wiki:GeniNetworkStitchingSites Stitching] support. Racks that can be stitched are annotated in the table below.
     10 1. Load for the VM type you are interested in using. In the table below each cell shows the load on a VM server over the last hour.  VM servers listed in the first column are configured to run '''OpenVZ containers''' and those in later columns run '''Xen virtual machines'''.  Higher numbers indicate a heavier load.
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    2212== Summary of total VMs allocated by Type ==