I refer to the services provided by the R710, not the server itself. I will list those services later and outline how I want to move them.
I could do all this over this coming weekend but I have already allocated that time to some errands I have to catch up on.
This section discusses the physical things which must move.
There 6 drives in the R710. They make up two zpools.
[dan@r710-01:~] $ zpool list NAME SIZE ALLOC FREE CKPOINT EXPANDSZ FRAG CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT tank_fast 928G 441G 487G - - 46% 47% 1.00x ONLINE - zroot 27.8G 12.6G 15.2G - - 71% 45% 1.00x ONLINE -
zpools can be moved from one system to another, even different operating systems, using the using the zpool export and zpool import commands.
tank_fast is the zpool I am moving into the R720. The significant data in that zpool are the jails I want to move.
[dan@r710-01:~] $ zfs list -r tank_fast/iocage NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT tank_fast/iocage 388G 458G 148K /iocage tank_fast/iocage/download 750M 458G 88K /iocage/download tank_fast/iocage/download/11.1-RELEASE 119M 458G 119M /iocage/download/11.1-RELEASE tank_fast/iocage/download/11.2-RELEASE 272M 458G 272M /iocage/download/11.2-RELEASE tank_fast/iocage/download/12.0-RELEASE 359M 458G 359M /iocage/download/12.0-RELEASE tank_fast/iocage/images 693M 458G 693M /iocage/images tank_fast/iocage/jails 385G 458G 96K /iocage/jails tank_fast/iocage/jails/bacula-sd-02.int.unixathome.org 3.19G 458G 92K /iocage/jails/bacula-sd-02.int.unixathome.org tank_fast/iocage/jails/bacula-sd-02.int.unixathome.org/root 3.19G 458G 2.39G /iocage/jails/bacula-sd-02.int.unixathome.org/root tank_fast/iocage/jails/dev-pgeu 798M 458G 92K /iocage/jails/dev-pgeu tank_fast/iocage/jails/dev-pgeu/root 797M 458G 1.16G /iocage/jails/dev-pgeu/root tank_fast/iocage/jails/mqtt01 3.04G 458G 92K /iocage/jails/mqtt01 tank_fast/iocage/jails/mqtt01/root 3.04G 458G 2.29G /iocage/jails/mqtt01/root tank_fast/iocage/jails/pg02.int.unixathome.org 19.4G 458G 92K /iocage/jails/pg02.int.unixathome.org tank_fast/iocage/jails/pg02.int.unixathome.org/root 19.4G 458G 18.8G /iocage/jails/pg02.int.unixathome.org/root tank_fast/iocage/jails/pg03.int.unixathome.org 359G 458G 92K /iocage/jails/pg03.int.unixathome.org tank_fast/iocage/jails/pg03.int.unixathome.org/root 359G 458G 132G /iocage/jails/pg03.int.unixathome.org/root tank_fast/iocage/log 132K 458G 132K /iocage/log tank_fast/iocage/releases 1.79G 458G 88K /iocage/releases tank_fast/iocage/releases/11.1-RELEASE 325M 458G 88K /iocage/releases/11.1-RELEASE tank_fast/iocage/releases/11.1-RELEASE/root 325M 458G 325M /iocage/releases/11.1-RELEASE/root tank_fast/iocage/releases/11.2-RELEASE 968M 458G 88K /iocage/releases/11.2-RELEASE tank_fast/iocage/releases/11.2-RELEASE/root 968M 458G 968M /iocage/releases/11.2-RELEASE/root tank_fast/iocage/releases/12.0-RELEASE 536M 458G 88K /iocage/releases/12.0-RELEASE tank_fast/iocage/releases/12.0-RELEASE/root 536M 458G 536M /iocage/releases/12.0-RELEASE/root tank_fast/iocage/templates 88K 458G 88K /iocage/templates [dan@r710-01:~] $
Also in this zpool is my poudriere server.
[dan@r710-01:~] $ zfs list -r tank_fast/poudriere NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT tank_fast/poudriere 42.6G 458G 88K /usr/local/poudriere tank_fast/poudriere/cache 3.86G 458G 88K /var/cache tank_fast/poudriere/cache/ccache 1.39G 458G 1.39G /var/cache/ccache tank_fast/poudriere/cache/ccache.amd64 2.19G 458G 2.19G /var/cache/ccache.amd64 tank_fast/poudriere/cache/ccache.i386 291M 458G 291M /var/cache/ccache.i386 tank_fast/poudriere/data 20.6G 458G 665M /usr/local/poudriere/data tank_fast/poudriere/data/cache 66.2M 458G 66.2M /usr/local/poudriere/data/cache tank_fast/poudriere/data/cronjob-logs 1.05M 458G 1.05M /usr/local/poudriere/data/cronjob-logs tank_fast/poudriere/data/packages 19.9G 458G 9.88G /usr/local/poudriere/data/packages tank_fast/poudriere/jails 2.54G 458G 88K /usr/local/poudriere/jails tank_fast/poudriere/jails/120amd64 1.38G 458G 1.38G /usr/local/poudriere/jails/120amd64 tank_fast/poudriere/jails/120i386 1.16G 458G 1.16G /usr/local/poudriere/jails/120i386 tank_fast/poudriere/ports 15.6G 458G 88K /usr/local/poudriere/ports tank_fast/poudriere/ports/clean 865M 458G 865M /usr/local/poudriere/ports/clean tank_fast/poudriere/ports/default 4.99G 458G 1.56G /usr/local/poudriere/ports/default tank_fast/poudriere/ports/main 1.18G 458G 1.18G /usr/local/poudriere/ports/main tank_fast/poudriere/ports/testing 8.57G 458G 5.11G /usr/local/poudriere/ports/testing [dan@r710-01:~] $
There is some other stuff here:
[dan@r710-01:~] $ zfs list -r tank_fast | egrep -v 'tank_fast/iocage|tank_fast/poudriere' NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT tank_fast 441G 458G 88K /tank_fast tank_fast/dan 3.00G 458G 88K none tank_fast/dan/ports 3.00G 458G 88K /usr/home/dan/ports tank_fast/dan/ports/2019Q3 1.29G 458G 1.29G /usr/home/dan/ports/2019Q3 tank_fast/dan/ports/head 1.71G 458G 1.71G /usr/home/dan/ports/head tank_fast/distfiles 5.98G 458G 5.98G /usr/ports/distfiles
tank_fast/dan/ports is where I do my port maintenance work.
The distfiles are important for the poudriere server.
zroot is the standard FreeBSD install.
[dan@r710-01:~] $ zfs list -r zroot NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT zroot 12.6G 14.3G 96K /zroot zroot/ROOT 6.76G 14.3G 96K none zroot/ROOT/11.1-RELEASE 8K 14.3G 1.94G / zroot/ROOT/11.2-RELEASE 8K 14.3G 2.38G / zroot/ROOT/default 6.76G 14.3G 4.22G / zroot/tmp 291M 14.3G 291M /tmp zroot/usr 5.41G 14.3G 96K /usr zroot/usr/home 4.73G 14.3G 1.09G /usr/home zroot/usr/ports 96K 14.3G 96K /usr/ports zroot/usr/src 689M 14.3G 689M /usr/src zroot/var 8.04M 14.3G 96K /var zroot/var/audit 96K 14.3G 96K /var/audit zroot/var/crash 96K 14.3G 96K /var/crash zroot/var/log 6.57M 14.3G 6.57M /var/log zroot/var/mail 120K 14.3G 120K /var/mail zroot/var/tmp 1.07M 14.3G 1.07M /var/tmp [dan@r710-01:~] $
I contemplated moving this zpool into the R720, but then I realized I could just keep the R720 running. I thought that move would make it easier to copy over configuration files etc. Instead, I’ll just use scp.
There is a SAS card in R710:
mps1: <Avago Technologies (LSI) SAS200>> port 0xdc00-0xdcff mem 0xdf5b0000-0xdf5bffff,0xdf5c0000-0xdf5fffff irq 40 at device 0.0 on pci7 mps1: Firmware: 07.15.08.00, Driver: 21.02.00.00-fbsd mps1: IOCCapabilities: 185c<ScsiTaskFull,DiagTrace,SnapBuf,EEDP,TransRetry,IR>
This connects the bacula-sd-02 jail, and bacula-sd, to the Dell TL4000 tape library.
These are the services enabled on the R710:
[dan@r710-01:~] $ grep enable /etc/rc.conf sshd_enable="YES" ntpd_enable="YES" # Set dumpdev to "AUTO" to enable crash dumps, "NO" to disable zfs_enable="YES" daily_clean_hoststat_enable="NO" sendmail_submit_enable="NO" sendmail_outbound_enable="NO" sendmail_msp_queue_enable="NO" postfix_enable="YES" smartd_enable="YES" nrpe3_enable="YES" daily_ntpd_leapfile_enable="YES" bacula_fd_enable="YES" snmpd_enable="YES" nginx_enable="YES" iocage_enable="YES" apcupsd_enable="YES" powerdxx_enable="YES"
These are the top level packages installed on the R710:
[dan@r710-01:~] $ pkg query -e '%#r = 0' %o | sort benchmarks/iperf converters/p5-JSON devel/arcanist devel/ccache-static devel/php-composer devel/subversion editors/joe lang/python mail/pflogsumm mail/postfix misc/mtx misc/xtail net-mgmt/nagios-check_smartmon net-mgmt/net-snmp net-mgmt/nrpe3 net/mosquitto ports-mgmt/pkg ports-mgmt/portlint ports-mgmt/poudriere security/base-audit security/logcheck security/pam_ssh_agent_auth security/sudo sysutils/anvil sysutils/apcupsd sysutils/bacula9-client sysutils/beadm sysutils/hare sysutils/iocage-devel sysutils/ncdu sysutils/neofetch sysutils/powerdxx sysutils/tmux sysutils/zfs-stats sysutils/zfstools www/nginx [dan@r710-01:~] $
These are the packages I don’t think I need:
- converters/p5-JSON – I have no idea why that’s on there – EDIT 2019-10-20 : It is there because of net-snmpd – it gets installed via Ansible and is used by one of the scripts it installs for use with LibreNMS.
- devel/php-composer – I think that’s there as part of my LibreNMS package maintenance. I now do that work in a jail, not on this host.
- misc/mtx – That is only required in the bacula-sd-02 jail. It was probably installed while testing the tape library.
- net/mosquitto – mosquitto runs in a jail now.
- sysutils/beadm – Let’s use bectl, now in base, on this host.
Edit: this section was added on 2019-10-19.
This morning I thought about the services provided by the R710 and how taking it offline would affect other host. Here are the primary services:
- pg03 – my primary database server. Taking this off line will affect these services:
I will need to take those jails down (it’s easier than disabling various services within each jail).
This will create warnings on the mail servers which are trying to send mail to those jails.
- mqtt01 – My mosquitto server. Various notifications will be disabled. No big deal.
- bacula-sd-02 – my secondary Bacula storage server, used mainly for tape backups. This jail being offline will not affect anything.
- pg02 – another PostgreSQL database server. Not in use at present. Why do I have an unused database server? For upgrades. When I need to dump and upgrade, I run pg_dump on this server and grab the databases from the server being upgraded.
I should go down and look at the back of the server to see if there is anything else, hardware-wise, which needs to be moved. EDIT 2019-10-23 I checked: nothing.
I should create an ansible script for installing those packages, but I suspect I won’t. All that configuration should be saved in there. EDIT 2019-10-23 Done.
Edit: think about running poudriere in a jail. The last time I looked at this, something stopped me from pursuing it. I do not know what that was. The poudriere wiki has a page on it, last updated in 2015. This point was raised on Twitter and a how-to was supplied. EDIT 2019-10-23 That’s done too.
For now, it’s time for food and drink. Good night.