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alicecrunchwip [2020/06/12 16:27]
florido
alicecrunchwip [2020/06/18 09:58] (current)
florido [TODO]
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   * Configure networking: DONE :-D   * Configure networking: DONE :-D
   * Configure maintenance interface: DONE :-D   * Configure maintenance interface: DONE :-D
-  * Configure monitoring server: DONE :-D+  * Configure ​HW monitoring server: ​ongoing FIXME 
 +    * Configure machine os and services ​DONE :-D 
 +    * Configure hardware monitoring FIXME 
 +    * Configure user access to monitor FIXME 
 +      * add NIS auth but with local folders? VS dedicated user with access to specific hw?
   * Install system: DONE :-D   * Install system: DONE :-D
   * Create RAID6: DONE :-D   * Create RAID6: DONE :-D
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     * Configure firewall DONE :-D     * Configure firewall DONE :-D
     * Test fallback operating system in case of failure FIXME     * Test fallback operating system in case of failure FIXME
-    * Configure config management system. ​Maybe chance to test ansible :?: +    * Configure config management system. ​Testing **ansible** DONE :-D 
-    * Create admin users :?:+      * Enable snmp monitoring FIXME 
 +        * add server to monitor FIXME 
 +    * Create admin users ongoing FIXME 
 +      * generic alice user DONE :-D 
 +      * give admin permissions to relevant alice users FIXME
     * Format and connect RAID6 disk DONE :-D     * Format and connect RAID6 disk DONE :-D
 +    * Configure RAID monitoring FIXME
   * User services (tasks mainly to be done by admin users): :?:   * User services (tasks mainly to be done by admin users): :?:
     * Create users :?:     * Create users :?:
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       * More details here :?:       * More details here :?:
     * Move data :?:     * Move data :?:
 +  * Documentation 
 +    * Write a page on how to manage the system :?: 
 +      * Must be only accessible by admins 
 +      * Must include system description above here 
 +      * Must describe common procedures 
 +      * Ask if users want remote X11
 ===== Logbook ===== ===== Logbook =====
  
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   * new entry   * new entry
  
 +==== 2020616 ====
 +  * Configured system to be managed remotely via ansible
 +    * Changed sshd_config
 +    * Added management keys to root user
 +    * Management currently done via my workstation,​ may change in the future.
 +  * Installed basic software
 +  * Created alice admin user
 +  * Installed basic build software
  
 ==== 2020612 ==== ==== 2020612 ====
   * Formatted RAID volume as xfs <code bash>​mkfs.xfs -f -d su=1m,sw=5 -L alicedisk /​dev/​sda</​code>​   * Formatted RAID volume as xfs <code bash>​mkfs.xfs -f -d su=1m,sw=5 -L alicedisk /​dev/​sda</​code>​
-    * | su=1m | 1MB strip size | +    * Shows a warning but should be harmless
-    * | sw=5  | 5 RAID disks (+2 parity) +
  
 +^ su=1m        | 1MB strip size |
 +^ sw=5         | 5 RAID disks (+2 parity) |
 +^ -L alicedisk | xfs label |
 +^ /​dev/​sda ​    | the raid shown as a device to the kernel |
  
 +  * created folder ''/​disk''​
 +  * created entry in fstab for disk based on UUID:<​code ini># RAID disk
 +UUID=0d4a40e5-084e-404f-9219-6c3645929ec2 /disk                   ​xfs ​    ​rw,​seclabel,​relatime,​attr2,​inode64,​sunit=2048,​swidth=10240,​noquota 0 0</​code>​
 ==== 2020609 ==== ==== 2020609 ====
   * configured server network and hostname: beast   * configured server network and hostname: beast
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