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VM Images

Tne BonFIRE testbeds provide the numerous Virtual Machine images. As their functionality may not be compatible with all testbeds, they are not available everywhere, as per the following table:


List of images on each site
Image EPCC Inria HLRS PSNC iMinds
BonFIRE Debian Squeeze x x x x  
BonFIRE Debian Squeeze 2G x x x x x
BonFIRE Debian Squeeze 10G x x x x  
BonFIRE Zabbix Aggregator x x x x  
BonFIRE Load Balancer x x x x  
BonFIRE COCOMA Service   x     x
BonFIRE OMF/OML x x      
User-customized VM image x x x x x

BonFIRE Debian Squeeze Virtual Machine Images

These images are based on Debian Squeeze.

BonFIRE Debian Squeeze v6

  • Type: OS
  • Size: 820MB
  • Filesystem: None

BonFIRE Debian Squeeze 2G v6

  • Type: OS
  • Size: 2049MB
  • Filesystem: None

BonFIRE Debian Squeeze 10G v6

  • Type: OS
  • Size: 10300MB
  • Filesystem: None

BonFIRE Zabbix Aggregator Virtual Machine Image

The Zabbix Aggregator is a monitoring server provided by BonFIRE. The Aggregator image is based on the BonFIRE Debian Squeeze base image with preinstalled Zabbix software.

BonFIRE Zabbix Aggregator v8

  • Type: OS
  • Size: 6144MB
  • Filesystem: None

BonFIRE COCOMA Virtual Machine Image

BonFIRE provides a VM image for the users who want to use the Controlled Contentious and Malicious framework (COCOMA) in their experiments.

BonFIRE COCOMA Service v1

  • Type: OS
  • Size: 2049MB
  • Filesystem: None

BonFIRE Load Balancer Virtual Machine Image

BonFIRE provides a load balancer VM image for the users who want to use Elasticity as a service.

BonFIRE Load Balancer v3

  • Type: OS
  • Size: 1500MB
  • Filesystem: None

BonFIRE OMF/OML Virtual Machine Image

BonFIRE provides a VM image for the users who want to use OMF and OML in their experiments.

BonFIRE Debian Squeeze 2G OMF v2

  • Type: OS
  • Size: 2049MB
  • Filesystem: None

Customized Virtual Machine Image

Users can create a new VM image based on the availble images. For more information about how to do this, please see the Configuring Software and Saving VMs page.