CiviCRM OSUOSL cluster
|chat.civicrm.org||2 GB ram||2 CPUs||~ 5-10 GB data||$20||$39.25||$7||Calculated using a 20 GB disk. On OVH: 8 GB ram, 2vCores|
|manage.civicrm.osuosl.org||2 GB ram (could be 1 GB?)||2 CPUs||less than 5 GB data||$5||$20||$3.49|
|www-prod.civicrm.osuosl.org||8 GB ram||2 CPUs (should be 4?)||50 GB disk||$40||$86.70||$33.49||At OVH: 8 GB with 4vCores on vps-cloud, otherwise 2 vcore limit ugh.|
|www-demo.civicrm.osuosl.org||4 GB ram||2 CPUs||25-30 GB disk||$20||~ $40||$13.49||Should be on padthai.|
|java-prod.civicrm.osuosl.org||6 GB ram||2 CPUs||6 GB||$40||$82.24||$33.49||RAM could be reduced to 4 GB if no confluence|
|lab.civicrm.org||4 GB ram||3 CPUs||25 GB disk||$40||$33.49||Assuming we'll need 6 GB RAM.|
|latest.civicrm.org||3 GB ram||2 CPUs||5 GB disk||$10||$7||RAM can be reduced to 2 GB (or even 1 GB)|
|test-ubu1204-1.civicrm.osuosl.org||8 GB ram||4 CPUs||disk?||padthai/OVH?|
|www-cxn-2.civicrm.osuosl.org||1.5 GB||2 CPUs||5 GB disk||$10||$35||$7||linode=1core|
|svn.civicrm.osuosl.org||2 GB ram||2 CPUs||Could be converted to git?|
- Linode: $185/month ($2220/year)
- Needs confirmation: is it possible to have 2 GB ram with 2 cores? (not just one)
- Google-Cloud: stopped counting around $370/month
- Does not currently support IPv6, little control on IPs.
- Did I miscalculate the prices? They seem crazy expensive. Calculated using the "new instance" form.
- OVH "public cloud" has similar-ish (-20%) prices to google-cloud. So what they're selling is the flexibility of an elastic VM?
- OVH VM: $138.50/month ($1662/year)
- RAM/cpu options are limited, especially for high ram. "public cloud" options are expensive.
- We might be able to save $13.50/month by moving www-demo to padthai
- OVH physical server similar to padthai: $115.99$/month ($1392/year)
- EG-32 server, 32 GB ram, 4c/8t, 2x450GB SSD soft-raid
- or SP-64 (64 GB ram, E3-1270v6 4c/8t, 2x450 GB SSD soft-raid)
- higher risk (hardware fail? although RAID disks, and OVH can do hardware swaps rather quickly)
- requires knowledge of kvm/libvirt, zfs, java-kvm-like-its-1995 (remote console)
- but uses the same setup as padthai (which probably won't go away) and SymbioTIC servers.
- we could do zfs syncs between servers, for hourly backups.
- more CPU/RAM allocation flexibility, we'd still have a bit of free space for growth at the same price, but then we bump to another +115$/month if/when we need more VMs.
- although SP-64 seems like a good deal. Despite being 4c/8t, it's a good CPU and lots of RAM.
|cxnapp-2.civicrm.org||1 GB ram, 1 CPU, 5 GB disk|
|www-cxn-1.civicrm.org||not managed, but www is monitored by icinga|
- mycivi (4-8 GB ram, 2-4 vcores, 50 GB disk)