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Vista Project, NAU Information T
echnology Services


Last update: 2005
-
Apr
-
27 10:30

MST


Load

balancer: 2 x
Cisco

module CSS (?)
.

1 Gb

Ethernet links
to core router

(
all

connectio
ns to switches and application servers also at 1Gb
)


All servers below come
with two

on
-
board NICs (10/100/1000 Mb
) and

are

configured to each have one extra PCI
c
ard with two NICs (also 10/100/1000 Mbit,
copper)
, so a total of four ports per server. The application servers use the

Intel Pro 1000 MT dual
port
copper 10/100/100
0

M
bit cards.


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Weblogic Admin Ser
ver: 1 x Dell PowerEdge 1850 1 x 3.0

GHz CPU, 2 GB RAM
,


800 MHz FSB, total of
4

NICs


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Application Server:

2 x Dell PowerEdge 2
8
50 2

x

3.0

GHz CPU
s
, 4 GB RAM
,

(production)


800 MHz FSB, total of 4

NICs.


DB

Server: 2
x Dell PowerEdge 66
50

4 x 3.0GHz CPUs
, 6 GB RAM

(production)



2 x
dual
FC 1
-
2

Gb
controller
to SAN


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Applicat
ion Server:

2 x Dell PowerEdge 1850 1 x 3.0

GHz CPU, 2 GB RAM
,

(Training/QA)


850 MHz FSB, total of 4

NICs


DB

Server: 1 x Dell PowerEdge 66
50 2 x 3.0GHz CPUs, 4 GB RAM

(Training/QA)
1 x single FC 1
-
2 Gb
controller to SAN


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Application Server: 2

x Dell PowerEdge 1850 1 x 3.0

GHz CPU, 2 GB RAM
,

(System prep.)

850 MHz FSB, total of 4 NICs


DB Serve
r: 2 x Dell PowerEdge 2850 2 x 3.0GHz CPUs, 4 GB RAM
,

(System prep.)

2 x single FC 1
-
2 Gb controller to SAN


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DB disk storage:

PV 220 (7x73 GB 15k RPM + 6x146 GB 10k RMP) prod.

PV 220 (7x73 GB 15k RPM + 6x146 GB 10k RMP) sys. prep.

PV 220 (7x73 GB 15k RPM + 4x146 GB 10k RMP) training

CX 300 (13x73 GB 15k RPM + 6x146 GB 10k RMP) shared prod./sys prep.


Status
:

F
eb. 10, 2005:

completed ordering information for the 6 application servers and
Weblogic admin server, rack and power, and KVM switches and cables.

Mar. 12, 2005: all hardw
are received except for the 5 DB

servers; app servers


and Weblogic server are rack
ed and on the KVM. Not networked nor


has an OS installation be completed yet.



Notes
/Questions
:

In potential Oracle/RAC configuration, the redundancy would cut the number of DB
servers from 5 five to three.


Not clear what drivers are supplied with Red
Hat to support F
C cards (Dell
-
supplied
Emulex LP
10000
-
M2, LP1050
-
F2 single
-
channel and LP
10000DC
-
E
dual
-
channel
models)
.

DB servers will have dual PERC or HBA interfaces for the SANs.


Typical load on current WebCT/Campus Edition network is an average of
about

5 Mb/sec, peaking at around 15 Mb/sec on a Sun V880, 2 CPUs, 4 GB RAM, 100 Mb
Ethernet connection.


With
a private net for backups,
we need any additional N
ICs on the application servers.

Currently, it looks like
three out of the
four NIC
s are needed
. The plan is to use 1 Gb
Ethernet throughout. The Weblogic Admin server should have a similar HW
configuration, in case it needs to be cannibalized to use as a replacement for a possibly
failed piece of HW.



Configuration Status



last update: 2005
-
Ap
r
-
27


Item Description

Ordered

Received

Installed

Comments


KVM hardware










hub/cables
for


KVM
(1)

7 Application servers







*


D
ell servers

7 RedHat AS licenses













Netbackup Linux










1 to start with
(2)


client license

5 DB servers








*

4 DB disk arrays







*


Notes


“*” denotes “
task
in progress”

1)

We have tested
to make sure we can
extend 50 ft. with a CAT5 cable, so that’s all
AOK.

2)

It is TBD to see how many application servers will really need to be backed up,
given tha
t some are b
asically just clones of another.