Colocation and Mirrors
NYC*BUG maintains a full cabinet donated by New York Internet for various BSD community related functions. The cabinet has grown over the years with the hard work of a multitude of NYC*BUG members and loads of donated hardware. The years of operating the cabinet has meant several generations of hardware have passed through the cabinet. We are proud to be able to provide this service to the BSD projects, and welcome inquiries for needed hardware donations. Additionally, dependent upon our resources and the relevance of the endeavor, we welcome inquiries for space for other non-commercial projects relevant to the BSD community.
Current projects in the cabinet
- The main NYC*BUG server, hosting various projects, including NYC*BSDCon.
- A server for the BSD Certification Group.
- A sparc64 server used by the FreeBSD project for building ports. (retired)
- The BSD.lv web site administered by Kristaps Dzonsons. The box also is home to several collaborative OpenBSD development projects.
- Mailing lists for an array of BSD-related groups besides NYC*BUG, including the BSD Certification Groups' mailing lists and the NY Capital District *BSD User Group list.
- A FreeBSD Tor non-exit relay (NYCBUG0) providing an into the Tor public anonymity network for those whose access to Tor is blocked.
- An OpenBSD Tor non-exit relay (NYCBUG1) performing same role as above, but also used for further tweaking of Tor on OpenBSD.
- A pfSense mirror.
- The Lisp NYC server.
- An array of mirrors for various BSD-related projects.
- Large 3.5" SATA drives 2Tb or greater.