New GNU/kFreeBSD build daemon

We now have a second GNU/kFreeBSD build daemon building the kfreebsd-amd64 architecture. It has been kindly offered and is hosted in UK by The Positive Internet Company Ltd.

It adds redundancy to our buildd network, which is important given that the other kfreebsd-amd64 build daemon machine is on a simple ADSL line, and so less reliable than a machine in a datacenter.

For those who want to know more, here is the current status of the GNU/kFreeBSD buildd network:

  • callisto.debian.net (kfreebsd-amd64)
    2 x Opteron 1.4GHZ, 1GB RAM
    Hosted by The Positive Internet Company
  • shockley.aurel32.net (kfreebsd-amd64)
    Sempron 2600+, 1GB RAM
    Hosted by Aurelien Jarno (ADSL)
  • hagrid.debian.net (kfreebsd-i386)
    PIII 800 MHz, 512MB RAM
    Hosted by ETH Zürich
  • maxwell.aurel32.net (kfreebsd-i386)
    Sempron 2600+, 1GB RAM
    Hosted by Aurelien Jarno (ADSL)

My goal is to eventually get rid of all build daemons that I am hosting at home on my ADSL line, though that is less critical now.

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