Commit c5011a99 authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler

Fix a couple of nits.

parent 960a2557
......@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ recommendations, and outlines the consequences of each choice.
For our first round of machines ("pc600"), we bought standard
motherboards and 4U cases, and assembled the machines ourselves.
For our second round of PCs ("pc850"), we opted for the (now
discontinued)<a
discontinued) <a
href="http://www.intel.com">Intel</a> ISP1100 server platform,
which includes a 1U case, custom motherboard with 2 onboard
NICs and serial console redirection, and a power supply.
......@@ -233,12 +233,13 @@ recommendations, and outlines the consequences of each choice.
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<a NAME="SERVERS"></a><h2>Servers</h2>
Two is preferable, though 1 could be made to work. The NFS server
Two is preferable, though 1 could be made to work if you are willing
to invest some time and effort. The NFS server
needs enough space for /users and /proj , as well as a few extra gigs
for build trees, logs, and images. If you have more than 128 nodes,
and plan to use Cyclades or RocketPort serial ports, you need one
"tip server" machine per 128 serial lines (other serial muxes may
have similar limitations. Tip servers do not need to be very
have similar limitations.) Tip servers do not need to be very
powerful. A 1000Mb network connection is suggested for disk image
distribution machine (usually boss.) though you can get by with 100Mb.
Database machine should have reasonably fast CPU and plenty of RAM.
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