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{{XenSystem
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{{RetiredNotice}}
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{{Server
 
|name=Sarn
 
|name=Sarn
|dom0=[[WOTAN]]
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|os=Debian Linux (Lenny 2.6.26-2-xen-686)
|cpu=1
 
|ram=160 Mb
 
|os=Debian Linux (Lenny 2.6.18-6-xen-686)
 
 
|dns=sarn.xen.tardis.ed.ac.uk
 
|dns=sarn.xen.tardis.ed.ac.uk
 
|ipv4=193.62.81.16
 
|ipv4=193.62.81.16
|ipv6=
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|ipv6=none
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|hardware=domU on [[WOTAN]] with 160B RAM
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|services=Munin polling whatsit?
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|other=
 
}}
 
}}
  
'''Sarn''' is a virtual machine running on [[WOTAN]]. It is being used by [[User:blip2]] for parsing PunkBuster streams.
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[[Category:NeedsFixing]]
The system uses the proprietary PBUCON system to connect to a dynamic list of servers and receive the punkbuster logs from each via encrypted udp packets. Servers must be correctly configured to allow a connection to be established and a connection will only be established once a server has been checked and approved manually (more to prevent any old server being added via the web interface than security).
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Currently not running.
A separate port is required for each connection due to the way the PBUCON system works. Mainly so it doesn't get confused between servers as the header system isn't particularly robust. An internal UDP port is also required to provide an interface to send commands to the PBUCON process.
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Polls for stuff init...
  
[[Category:Xen Systems]]
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[[Category:Retired_Systems]]

Latest revision as of 16:37, 12 December 2014

Note: Retired Systems pages are generally outdated and for historical interest only. Unless otherwise stated assume the system/hardware does not exist.
Sarn
Operating System: Debian Linux (Lenny 2.6.26-2-xen-686)
Hostname: sarn.xen.tardis.ed.ac.uk
IPv4: 193.62.81.16
IPv6: none
Hardware:
domU on WOTAN with 160B RAM
Primary Services:
Munin polling whatsit?
Other Information:

Currently not running.

Polls for stuff init...