BYOB Episode 107

• December 31, 2012

Last show of 2012! We have a special guest with us today. Gavin Campbell is going to share his virtual server. Michael has updated his virtual server as well. It the Virtual edition of the BYOB Podcast.

Gavin Campbell – @gavin_campbell

Gavin Campbell’s VM setup:

Hyper-V Server
OS:  Windows Hyper-V 2012 Server Core
Motherboard:  ASRock z68 Extreme3 Gen3
Processor:  Intel Core i5 2500 Quad Core Sandy Bridge
Memory:  Corsair Vengeance 24GB DDR3 1600 (2x4GB, 2x8GB)
Case:  Coolermaster Elite 370 Black Mid Tower
Power Supply:  Coolermaster Extreme Power Plus 500W Silent Power Supply
Hard Drive:  WD 7200 1TB
External Drive Enclosure:  MediaSonic Pro Box 4 Bay Enclosure running on eSATA with 3x2TB WD Reds (as a storage pool) and 1 3TB WD for backup
Virtual Machines:
Server 2012E – Running iHomeserver, Sickbeard, SabNZB, Crashplan, MySQL for XBMC and some other useful things.
Win7 Developer VM – Used for developing scripts for person or work
Win 7 Test Machine – Used for testing applications
Win 8 Test Machine – Used for testing applications
Server 2012 Server – Currently working on installing SCCM 2012 for learning
Battery Backup:  APC ES-500

USB over network by Fabulatech

Michael’s Virtual Server Update

Michael has updated his VirtualBox VM Server.

Going From Physical to Virtual

Mike’s move to a more virtualized home environment

Eye-Fi virtualized

 

 

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