Bioinformatics machines

  • Last updated: 2008/12/23

Servers

  • hmsbarracouta.cs - SuperMicro
    • Primary ZFS/NFS and SAMBA file server
  • hmsbeagle.cs - SuperMicro
    • Secondary ZFS/NFS and SAMBA file server

* codon.cs - SunFire X2200 (Opteron 1.8GHz 2GB RAM, 2x250GB

    • Virtual machines
      • dna.cs - main job server
      • rna.cs
  • chromosome.cs - SunFire X2200 (Opteron 1.8GHz 2GB RAM 2x250GB HDD)
  • transcriptome.cs -
Machine Service Service name Dependencies Notes
hmsbarracouta nfs primary
samba primary
hmsbeagle nfs backup
samba backup
codon grid engine exec sgeexecd.uwbif nfs, ldap
vmware web console vmware nfs https://codon.cs:8333/
puppet client puppet puppetmaster
evolve(virtual) ldap slapd
cplex license manager ilog-ilm
puppet master puppetmaster
grid engine master sgemaster.uwbif nfs
puppet client puppet puppetmaster
monod(virtual) http apache nfs, ldap
smtp postfix nfs, ldap
imap N/A
cups cupsys
puppet client puppet puppetmaster
dna(virtual) ssh nfs, ldap All machines have ssh, but regular users can only log in to dna.
puppet client puppet puppetmaster
chromosome grid engine exec sgeexecd.uwbif nfs, ldap
puppet client puppet puppetmaster
histone grid engine exec sgeexecd.uwbif nfs, ldap
puppet client puppet puppetmaster
chromatin grid engine exec sgeexecd.uwbif nfs, ldap
puppet client puppet puppetmaster

Location

The BIF servers are all in a rack in the CGL machine room

console access

  • There is a KVM at the bottom of the rack. Push the button for the machine you want and then plug the USB keyboard into the machine you want to use. The KVM is a PS/2 keyboard/mouse, but many of the machines are USB-only

Login access

  • For many of the machines there is a "cscf-adm" user. For others you will need to use "bifadmin"
  • passwords are available in the usual location
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