It would be good to have a Linux VM that can be configured to run the NSS memory leak tests. As of today, all machines running this server are behind corporate firewalls (outside Mozilla). It would be beneficial to have such a VM at the Mozilla, both for current testing purposes, and also for those who intend to work on the transitioning project. It should be a 64bit VM. I recommend 2 GB Ram and >= 20 GB for /home
Summary: Create new 64bit Linux VM for use as a tinderbox testing machine for NSS → Create new 64bit Linux VM for use as a memorey-leak-testing machine for NSS
This should be a vanilla install of CentOS 6.2.
Summary: Create new 64bit Linux VM for use as a memorey-leak-testing machine for NSS → Create new 64bit Linux VM for use as a memory-leak-testing machine for NSS
:kaie what would you like the hostname of the VM to be?
(In reply to Adrian Fernandez [:Aj] from comment #2) > :kaie what would you like the hostname of the VM to be? No strong preference. Dustin recently created a VM with hostname nss-vm-darwin9-1. If we want to keep this style, we could use: nss-vm-linux-1
I'm not very particular, but I'd vote for nss-vm-centos6-1 to follow the releng pattern.
nss-vm-centos6-1 sounds fine to me.
nss-vm-centos6-1 online and accessible via community jump host; jump1.community.scl3 Same password as nss-vm-darwin9-1 has been set. If there's anything wrong and/or missing, please feel free to re-open bug.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Thanks a lot!
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Product: mozilla.org → Infrastructure & Operations
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