To bring it up to par with labstore2001 and labstore1002; labstore1001 has been the live system for nearly two years and shows signs of old age.
|Resolved||coren||T94609 Reinstall labstore1001 with Jessie|
|Declined||coren||T94607 Test labstore switchover|
|Resolved||None||T85604 Storage capacity & redundancy expansion (tracking)|
|Resolved||None||T85606 Replicate data between codfw and eqiad|
|Resolved||coren||T85605 Set storage service up in codfw|
|Resolved||coren||T93740 Upgrade labstore2001 to Jessie|
|Declined||• yuvipanda||T85608 Process for user backups|
|Resolved||coren||T93792 Sync up the new labs NFS project filesystem with the live one|
|Resolved||coren||T85607 Increase storage available to labs NFS server|
|Resolved||coren||T91640 Upgrade labstore1002 to Jessie|
|Resolved||Cmjohnson||T91677 labstore1002 fails to enter PERC bios, hangs on detecting devices|
|Resolved||Cmjohnson||T103355 Labs: Disconnect labstore1001 from the shelves|
Given that we have only one operational system right now and we'd be in serious trouble if we don't have a recovery host, I'm removing the new controller for the equation for the moment (labstore1001's controller is the only one that has never given us trouble).