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Re: What have we learned? (WAS -RE: Idea: Reponse to the responses( was RE: Interesting idea....(at least I think so) ))

On Sat, 27 Apr 2002, Christopher C. Chimelis wrote:

> On Fri, 26 Apr 2002 rmurray@debian.org wrote:
> > The autobuilder is currently running on lully, which is more capable than
> > any of the other alpha machines available.  Indeed, it is one of the top two
> > fastest buildds.
> Ah, ok.  I wasn't sure what machine it was moved to.  Yes, lully is more
> than capable of doing both :-)  In fact, I'll see if I still have a spare
> 18GB drive to send in to add to lully.  Last time that I checked, it had
> adequate disk space, but more never hurts :-)  Alternatively, if I still
> have the drive free, it can be used on another, more needy arch (it's SCA,
> so fair warning).

lully has no internal room for more disks.

It has a 4g ide, and 3 9g scsi.  There is no cdrom, and a single floppy.
There are no external scsi connections.

It has a local alpha mirror(100m connection, only gets 3-6MB/s tho from it).

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