smj wrote:Another mirror here: http://www.shiftleft.com/mirrors/nekochan/SGI_Software/L3_Software/
I've installed the L3 software on an older release of Fedora in a VM, and had the l2 and l2gui programs speaking to my O300 bricks via USB. This first cut is much too bloated (~6GB on disk), but in December I'll work on sorting out something slimmer to make available as an appliance image - same idea as DINA, and in fact I was running it on the same underlying machine. I'll start a separate thread when I get back to it.
Not a bad idea, might make sense to have both. If you just need to boot up and manipulate serial numbers to get some bricks sorted, the LiveCD might be very handy. But if you're using the performance monitoring/tuning tools, collecting stats over time might make a VM preferable.SAQ wrote:I was considering working on a "live CD" type idea.
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