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An ''install server'' consists of [[wikipedia:DHCP|DHCP]], [[wikipedia:TFTP|TFTP]], webproxy ([[wikipedia:Squid (software)|Squid]]) and ''[[apt.wikimedia.org]]'' ([[reprepro]]) servers.
An ''install server'' consists of [[wikipedia:DHCP|DHCP]], [[wikipedia:TFTP|TFTP]], webproxy ([[wikipedia:Squid (software)|Squid]]) and ''[[apt.wikimedia.org]]'' ([[reprepro]]) servers.


The current servers are [[install1002]] in [[eqiad]] and [[install2002]] in [[codfw]].
The current servers are [[install1003]] in [[eqiad]] and [[install2003]] in [[codfw]] for DHCP/TFTP/webproxy.


[[carbon]] is a decommissioned install server used in the past.
[[APT]] repositories are currently on [[apt1001]] and [[apt2001]].
 
[[carbon]], [[install1002]] and [[install2002]] are decommissioned install servers used in the past.


== How to create an install server ==
== How to create an install server ==

Revision as of 11:34, 3 April 2020

An install server consists of DHCP, TFTP, webproxy (Squid) and apt.wikimedia.org (reprepro) servers.

The current servers are install1003 in eqiad and install2003 in codfw for DHCP/TFTP/webproxy.

APT repositories are currently on apt1001 and apt2001.

carbon, install1002 and install2002 are decommissioned install servers used in the past.

How to create an install server

Apply the puppet class role(installserver) to a node.

Monitoring

There is Monitoring/atftpd to check if the TFTP process is running.