r3 - 2013-07-14 - 03:59:23 - HarlanStennYou are here: NTP >  Dev Web > VirtualBuildBox
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Virtual Build Box

Related Topics: AutomatedBuildFramework, Vm1DeploymentPlan

Goals

  • A "library" of startable VMs, in a number of versions of a number of different OSes.
  • If these are also loadable/runnable on psp-at1 (an Atom box) that would be great.
  • When a commit happens on a suitable repo, we'd like something to start spinning up VMs on vm1, have each VM check out (or otherwise access) the repo we want built, do the build, upload the "status" of the build, then tear down the VM.

Related Topics: PspAtomOneHardware

Current Hardware

The motherboard is a Supermicro X8DTU, which has the Intel 82576 dual-gigE chip (which should be PTP-capable).

  • Xeon X5650, 2.67GHz, 2 packages x 6 cores x 2 SMT threads (24 CPUs)
  • 24G memory
  • ada0 160GB Intel SSD
  • ada1 2T Hitachi
  • ada2 2T Hitachi

The two Hitachi drives are mirrored as a single /data volume, running FreeBSD-9

Related Topics: HardwareVmOne

Buildbot software

One approach to the implementation is to use http://buildbot.net for the core functionality. Harlan is prepared to work on the BK support.

He has done a buildbot checkout at vm1:~stenn/buildbot-work/ .

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