Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of ProjTemp-Post-GEC10-status


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Timestamp:
04/03/11 14:18:47 (8 years ago)
Author:
Don Kline
Comment:

Made the fact that two locations changed a little more clear.

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  • ProjTemp-Post-GEC10-status

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    3535We have selected resources in Alaska to become a distributed ORCA installation. These include server(s) at:
    36     * The computer science department at UAF[[BR]]
     36    * The Computer Science department at UAF[[BR]]
    3737    * The UAF datacenter[[BR]]
    38     * Bristol Bay campus in Dillingham, Alaska[[BR]]
    39     * Ketchikan, Alaska campus[[BR]]
     38    * Bristol Bay campus in Dillingham, Alaska (Changed to Barrow, Alaska)[[BR]]
     39    * Ketchikan, Alaska campus (Changed to Kotzebue, Alaska)[[BR]]
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    41 Two of these locations have been changed at the request of the IT staff here at UA.  They preferred Barrow and Kotzebue to Ketchikan and Dillingham since these locations would provide a better environment for the initial deployments of experimental equipment i.e. it provided a more reliable phased federation. These locations will still provide high latency satellite links to experimenters, as stated in the resource selection document for out teams February 15th deliverable.
     41Two of these locations have been changed at the request of the IT staff here at UA.  They preferred Barrow and Kotzebue to Ketchikan and Dillingham since these locations would provide a better environment for the initial deployments of experimental equipment i.e. it provided a more reliable phased federation. These locations will still provide high latency satellite links as resources available for experimenters, as stated in the resource selection document from our teams February 15th deliverable.
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    4343In preparation for this distributed installation, we have reserved a set of public IP addresses in the two UAF locations. Also, we have set up Eucalyptus and are on the final stages of setting up ORCA in order to have a installation that we can easily modify that is close by.  Once we are happy with the installation, we will federate resources in Barrow and Kotzebue at each stage assuring that the devices are acting as expected, and are operating within UA’s requirements.