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authorVincent Sanders <vince@kyllikki.org>2017-06-21 19:11:54 +0100
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fix fedora CI instructions formatting
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[[!toc]] The system providing the
virtual host services for the NetSurf project is currently named phoenix.
-Access is \*only\* via the NetSurf VPN. For VPN access contact vince@netsurf-browser.org
-Developers can also use their ssh key access to ci.netsurf-browser.org and on from there
+Access is \*only\* via the NetSurf VPN. For VPN access contact vince@netsurf-browser.org Developers can also use their ssh key access to ci.netsurf-browser.org and on from there
-phoenix is currently 192.168.211.50 if the DNS is unavailable
+phoenix IP address is currently 192.168.211.50 if the DNS is unavailable
Creating a new VPS
------------------
Become superuser with sudo
-### Debian VPS
+### Debian
-If you are creating a new Debian box there is a helper script
-(new-stretch-vps.sh ) which just just need to pass a system name to and
-you will get a 40G disc/ 512MB RAM system.
+If you are creating a new Debian box there is a helper script (new-stretch-vps.sh ) which just just need to pass a system name to and you will get a 40G disc/ 512MB RAM system.
for example:
-`new-stretch-vps.sh ciworker18`
+ new-stretch-vps.sh ciworker18
-will create a system named ciworker18 with 40G of disc and 512MB of
-memory with the Debian stretch boot iso connected to the cdrom drive.
+will create a system named ciworker18 with 40G of disc and 512MB of memory with the Debian stretch boot iso connected to the cdrom drive.
### Fedora
-- create lvm device for the system
+create lvm device for the system
- lvcreate --size 40G -n nsciworker18 vg
+ lvcreate --size 40G -n nsciworker18 vg
-- Ensure the OS install dvd is in /var/lib/libvirt/images/
+Ensure the OS install dvd is in /var/lib/libvirt/images/
-- Create the virtual machine
+Create the virtual machine
virt-install -n nsciworker18 -r 1024 \
--disk path=/dev/mapper/vg-${VDSNAME},bus=virtio \
@@ -50,33 +46,32 @@ memory with the Debian stretch boot iso connected to the cdrom drive.
--location /var/lib/libvirt/images/Fedora-Server-dvd-x86_64-25-1.3.iso \
--extra-args='console=tty0 console=ttyS0,115200n8 serial'
-- Once running the serial console can be used
+Once running the serial console can be used
virsh console nsciworker18
-### Other VPS
+### Other
The manual setup for other systems is:
-- create lvm device for the system
+create lvm device for the system
- lvcreate --size 40G -n system_name vg
+ lvcreate --size 40G -n system_name vg
-- if the OS requires a cdrom install media download and place in
- /var/lib/libvirt/images/
+if the OS requires a cdrom install media download and place in /var/lib/libvirt/images/
-- use virt install to create the new VM substitutig appropriate values
- for volume name, memory, boot disc
+use virt install to create the new VM substitutig appropriate values for volume name, memory, boot disc
- virt-install -n ciworker13 -r 512 --disk path=/dev/mapper/vg-ciworker13,bus=virtio \
- -c /var/lib/libvirt/images/cd54.iso --accelerate --network=bridge:br0 \
- --connect=qemu:///system --vnc --noautoconsole -v
+ virt-install -n ciworker18 -r 512 \
+ --disk path=/dev/mapper/vg-ciworker13,bus=virtio \
+ -c /var/lib/libvirt/images/cd54.iso \
+ --accelerate --network=bridge:br0 \
+ --connect=qemu:///system \
+ --vnc --noautoconsole -v
Admin
-----
-You can either use virsh on phoenix to directly admin consoles or
-alternatively use virt-admin over the VPN which is by far the easier
-option.
+You can either use virsh on phoenix to directly admin consoles or alternatively use virt-admin over the VPN which is by far the easier option.