[Mono-dev] Continuous Integration for Mono

Rolf Bjarne Kvinge rolflists at ya.com
Mon Jul 4 08:35:46 EDT 2011

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>Hi Rolf
> > On 04/07/2011 11:16, Rolf Bjarne Kvinge wrote:
>> The problem has always been getting enough hardware in all the
>> variations mono supports. So if anybody has any machines or VMs that can
>> run full-time please send me a mail. Have in mind that it'll be pretty
>> much required to give us root access to the machine
>What does an 'average' CI VM for Mono require?

Assuming you're talking about the most normal architectures such as x86/x64,
it's not much: 20gb of hard drive (after installing OS) + 1gb of memory
(windows 7 bots will likely need more) + internet connection + 4-5 year old
cpu. Have in mind that a buildbot will max out available resources
periodically (building code will max out cpu, at times there is a lot of
disk copying which will max out hd usage), so faster machines is of course
better :)


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