[olug-colo] [olug] Community Colo Project

Charles.Bird charles.bird at powerdnn.com
Fri Apr 3 17:32:19 EDT 2009

I personally welcome the idea of having a variety of VPS's available.
My buddy from Spain might be coming to town, he writes code for Open Nebula
and The Reservoir Project in EU.
I intend on having him help me setup a Xen cluster this summer and possibly
a VMware cluster, with a special little tool to migrate from one to the
other if the need arises :)
 Any equipment is good for the project imo, unless its a PI 133Mhz...

On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 4:17 PM, Luke-Jr <luke at dashjr.org> wrote:

> Resending here, for the archives and anyone who might have missed it on the
> main OLUG thread...
> ----
> I have a full height server rack that could be used. Also a PowerEdge 6400
> (2x
> 512 MHz) that I use for family email, website, etc. It's setup for OpenVZ,
> though I haven't actually used it on that machine yet.
> I currently have my own just-me game and VPS hosting company using dedis in
> Texas, Connecticut, and London. Is the scope of this project merely
> colocation, or maybe we should offer VPS hosting as well? ;)
> As far as bandwidth management, something to consider might be agreeing to
> set
> reasonable QoS flags, and having a router that honours them. So any bulk
> transfer would get flagged as low-priority while VoIP type stuff could be
> flagged as minimize-latency.
> Luke
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