Commit 48d20be9 authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler

Add the d430s and fix up the text.

Leigh had already modified the installed config file to reflect the
d430s, so the net change is just to make the HTML text more accurate.
parent fb3177f0
......@@ -29,16 +29,17 @@ $NODE_USAGE_DB = 'node_usage';
# ...
#
@to_plot = (
["pc600 pc850 pc2000 pc3000s d710s", [qw(pc600 pc850 pc2000 pc3000 d710)]],
["pc3000s d710s d820s d430s", [qw(pc3000 d710 d820 d430)]],
["pc3000s", [qw(pc3000)]],
# ["d710s", [qw(d710)], 1282575600] # latter start data:
# # when nodes were announced
["d710s", [qw(d710)], 1269466000],
["d820s", [qw(d820)], 1346155200]
["d820s", [qw(d820)], 1346155200],
["d430s", [qw(d430)], 1452704712]
);
# List of nodes to put into current free bar graph.
@free_types = ('pc600', 'pc850', 'pc3000', 'd710', 'd820');
@free_types = ('pc3000', 'd710', 'd820', 'd430');
#
# PHP page header and footer for main page
......@@ -48,14 +49,16 @@ $avail_header = <<'---';
These graphs show the average number of free nodes over various time
periods. Nodes are broken down into three classes: The first class includes
all "pc" node types, from the slowest to the fastest. The other two classes
show the most numerous and desirable node types, the
<a href="http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/pc3000">pc3000</a>s
all "pc" node types, from the slowest to the fastest. The other classes
show the most numerous and/or desirable node types, the
<a href="http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/pc3000">pc3000</a>s,
<a href="http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/d710">d710</a>s,
<a href="http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/d820">d820</a>s,
and the
<a href="http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/d710">d710</a>s
which both have Gb Ethernet interfaces.
<a href="http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/d430">d430</a>s
which have Gb (all) and 10Gb (d820, d430) Ethernet interfaces.
For many experimenters, the number of
free pc3000s and d710s limit the size of the experiments they can run.
free pc3000s, d710s and d430s limit the size of the experiments they can run.
Emulab currently includes around 500 PC nodes.
</p>
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