JFYI we have 3 or 4 machines racked for the pgsql project in our DC. 

Tom informed me he would be lighting them up this week time permitting.  

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> On Apr 26, 2014, at 6:15 PM, Stephen Frost <sfr...@snowman.net> wrote:
> Jim,
> * Jim Nasby (j...@nasby.net) wrote:
>>> On 4/22/14, 5:01 PM, Alfred Perlstein wrote:
>>> We also have colo space and power, etc.  So this would be the whole deal.  
>>> The cluster would be up for as long as needed.
>>> Are the machine specs sufficient?  Any other things we should look for?
>>> CC'd Tom on this email.
>> Did anyone respond to this off-list?
> Yes, I did follow-up with Tom.  I'll do so again, as the discussion had
> died down.
>> Would these machines be more useful as dedicated performance test servers 
>> for the community or generic BenchFarm members?
> I don't believe they would be terribly useful as buildfarm systems; we
> could set up similar systems with VMs to just run the regression tests.
> Where I see these systems being particularly valuable would be as the
> start of our performance farm, and perhaps one of the systems as a PG
> infrastructure server.
>    Thanks!
>        Stephen

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