[App_rpt-users] Anyone Virtualizing?

Keith Goobie keith at goobie.org
Wed Jun 26 13:16:08 EDT 2013


Why virtualize (I am assuming you are thinking of a third party product) ­
this is linux ­ a multi-tasking environment.  You can run both on the same
machine.

Keith


On 6/26/13 1:11 PM, "Jonathan Weirmeir" <jonathan.weirmeir at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi, group!
> 
> I'm new to app_rpt RoIP, coming from a background with IRLP.
> 
> I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried virtualizing AllStar, and if so, were
> there any issues.
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> Jonathan
> 
> On Jun 23, 2013 10:39 PM, "Benjamin L. Naber" <Benjamin at kb9lfz.com> wrote:
>> Robert,
>> 
>> I am using a Neoware CA-22. It is both server and node on one machine. I
>> do not have any other machines for my allstar node. While watching top,
>> the CPU has yet to get busier than 0.4. It is using DSP for audio, and
>> runs without fail.
>> 
>> It has 12Vdc input with a standard barrel plug. Not sure what the low
>> voltage cut-off is, but it runs fine on a SLA battery that just came
>> from an auto charger that goes to float after bulk charging brings it up
>> to 14.1V. The current draw varies, usually above 500mA at idle, and
>> about 750mA when I'm talking to or listening on the node.
>> 
>> It has a 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM and 1GB flash drive. I used what I had,
>> but you will have space left over if you are only able to get 512MB RAM
>> and 512MB flash.
>> 
>> I don't remember if I am using Limey Linux for VIA or i686. I am
>> thinking it's the for for i686 as I tried loading other linux distros
>> for VIA on there before I got into allstar and they just plain sucked
>> and didn't work for garbage.
>> 
>> ~Benjamin, KB9LFZ
>> allstar node 28569
>> 
>> 
>> On Sun, 2013-06-23 at 20:50 -0500, Robert Garcia wrote:
>>> > All,
>>> >
>>> > I am looking for recommendations on small, preferably inexpensive,
>>> > systems that are capable of running on 12v to take advantage of the
>>> > redundant power systems at our sites.
>>> >
>>> > I would like it to support at least two nodes running simpleusb as I
>>> > don't need the DSP processing capabilities.  The idea is that these
>>> > systems would be connected to a port on an existing controller.
>>> >
>>> > I expect that HP thin clients are going to be my best bet, but there
>>> > seem to be many different models so I don't know where to begin.
>>> >
>>> > Suggestions or thoughts?
>>> >
>>> > Robert
>>> > N5QM
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