Remote Access Legacy Compute Servers
When ARCS implements new remote access compute servers, such as the latest two SMP compute servers, each with 48-cores and 128 gigabytes of memory, the legacy servers that they are meant to replace are maintained online until they are no longer useful or must be released for proper inventory accounting. This allows for users to transition to the new servers and provides more compute resources for the user community to use. At any given time, probably two remote access compute servers are legacy systems. The two legacy systems as of July 2014 are Linrserv0 (CentOS 6.5 Linux) and Winrserv0 (Windows 2008 Server R2). See Servers for more information on Linrserv0 and Winrserv0.