Commit 96039e13 authored by Kevin Atkinson's avatar Kevin Atkinson

Add d710s to Utah's config file.

parent b376ba22
...@@ -23,8 +23,11 @@ $NODE_USAGE_DB = 'node_usage'; ...@@ -23,8 +23,11 @@ $NODE_USAGE_DB = 'node_usage';
# ... # ...
# #
@to_plot = ( @to_plot = (
["pc600 pc850 pc2000 pc3000s", [qw(pc600 pc850 pc2000 pc3000)]], ["pc600 pc850 pc2000 pc3000s d710s", [qw(pc600 pc850 pc2000 pc3000 d710)]],
["pc3000s", [qw(pc3000)]] ["pc3000s", [qw(pc3000)]],
# ["d710s", [qw(d710)], 1282575600] # latter start data:
# # when nodes where announced
["d710s", [qw(d710)], 1269466000]
); );
# #
...@@ -34,18 +37,19 @@ $avail_header = <<'---'; ...@@ -34,18 +37,19 @@ $avail_header = <<'---';
<p> <p>
These graphs show the average number of free nodes over various time These graphs show the average number of free nodes over various time
periods. Nodes are broken down into two classes: The first class are the periods. Nodes are broken down into three classes: The first class includes
<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 two classes
which are the most numerous, and are fairly modern. They are show the most numerous and desirable node types, the
most experimenters' nodes of choice. For many experimenters, the number of <a href="http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/pc3000">pc3000</a>s
free pc3000s limits the size of the experiments they can run. and the
The second class includes other, older PCs (along with the pc3000s) to give <a href="http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/d710">d710</a>s
a sense for how many nodes are available if one is willing to use some which both have Gb Ethernet interfaces.
slower nodes. For many experimenters, the number of
free pc3000s and d710s limit the size of the experiments they can run.
</p> </p>
<p> <p>
Emulab currently includes around 350 PC nodes. As you can see, most of those Emulab currently includes around 500 PC nodes. As you can see, most of those
are in use even during our periods of &quot;light&quot; usage. are in use even during our periods of &quot;light&quot; usage.
</p> </p>
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