Difference: Upgrade64 (5 vs. 6)

Revision 62010-08-02 - WilliamSeligman

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Upgrading the Nevis Linux cluster to a 64-bit operating system

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  Important: While any of the above servers are being upgraded, there is a good chance that the mail server will slow down. It might be necessary to reboot the mail server before and/or after the upgrade.
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The batch nodes (hermesXX, kennelXX) and 64-bit-compatible workstations will be upgraded during those two weeks.
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The batch nodes (hermesXX, kennelXX) and 64-bit-compatible workstations will be upgraded during those two weeks. This will interfere with condor jobs running on those machines during that time; you may want to hold off running condor jobs during the day.
 

Which systems won't be upgraded

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  Here are the reasons:
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  • A number of groups are make the move to 64-bit computing:
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  • A number of groups are moving to 64-bit computing:
 
    • The ATLAS analysis software will run on a 64-bit environment.
    • The Double Chooz group is or will be moving to a 64-bit operating system.
    • The VERITAS group's software functions best in a 64-bit environment.
 
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