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What server are you running at home?

What server are you running at home?  

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  1. 1. What server are you running at home?



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axoid

I voted for my primary server. In addition to a Win10 box I have a 2011 box as an app server and a Raspberry PI running as a vpn.

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Trig0r
3 hours ago, nrf said:

Not boring to me. Any build is always a great adventure/accomplishment.  Looks like you lucked out on the WD Reds. what kind of VMs fit on that size SSD?

 

I'm running 5 VM's at the mo, a Windows 10 test machine that I span up the other day as I've been having issues with Outlook logins.

A Windows 10 Plex Server.

A Windows 10 "Share" machine.

A Windows 10 "Torrent" box.

A Windows 10 DC++ Hub.

With Deduplication switched on I've got 170Gb free as well :D

 

All of my data is spread over the spinners using Stablebit Drivepool and are all being watched by Stablebit Scanner.

 

I also actively monitor and look after a few servers for friends as well, my old Gen7 is running Win10/Plex for a friend (8Gb RAM 3Tb HDD Space) for him to Plex stuff on his Playstation, and a pair of Gen 8's for other friends also for Plex/Backup at their houses, all bar the Gen7 are covered by Drivepool and Scanner.

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oj88
Posted (edited)

1.    Plex Media Server / Main NAS 
•    Gigabyte Z97-D3H
•    i5-4570
•    24GB RAM
•    IBM ServeRAID M1015 (IT Mode)
•    7x WD Red (24TB) - Pooled with DriveBender
•    HP N375T quad-gigabit NIC
•    Windows Server 2019
2.    DNS/DHCP
•    HP Microserver N40L
•    8GB RAM
•    Dell BCM5719 quad-gigabit NIC
•    Windows Server 2012 R2
3.    Untangle NG HomePro
•    HP Microserver N40L
•    4GB RAM
•    Intel dual-gigabit NIC
4.    XPEnology NAS - Backup and iSCSI Target
•    HP Microserver N40L
•    4GB RAM
•    4x Green (7TB)

Edited by oj88

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TheGuru

Hyper-V box, spec'd:

  • Home-build Windows Server 2016
  • 64Gb RAM
  • 2 x 1TB SSD + 1 x 2TB SSD
  • Xeon E5-26790v2 10-core @ 3.0GHz

Hyper-V box is running the following virtual machines:

  • Exchange Server 2016 (for small business use)
  • 2 Minecraft servers (for the kids)
  • Windows 10 developer "PC"
  • A 2012 R2 server not really used any longer

 

Synology DS620Slim (yes, the new, 2.5", 6-bay NAS. It's so cute :))

  • 4 x 500Gb Samsung Evo 8x0 SSD drives in SHR (for all the daily stuff)
  • 2 x 2TB WD20SPZX drives (for the large media files)

 

Synology DS118

  • Backup destination for the Hyper-V box

 

Synology DS120j

  • Remote backup destination @ parents-in-law. Sync with DS118 using Hyper-Backup

 

HP Mediasmart EX 490

  • Not really using it. It's sitting on the shelf in working condition but not powered on. Keeping it for sentimental values :)

Best, Bjorn

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

Glad to see I am not the only one running WHS V1. 

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Dave

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Dave
2 hours ago, ImTheTypeOfGuy said:

Glad to see I am not the only one running WHS V1. 

 

This poll was truly just to find you guys! V1 FTW!!!  

 

I still have two of the boxes and can't bring myself to sell them. I may fire one up just for grins.

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ImTheTypeOfGuy
 
This poll was truly just to find you guys! V1 FTW!!!  
 
I still have two of the boxes and can't bring myself to sell them. I may fire one up just for grins.
It still runs flawlessly for me so no need to make a change. But gven it no longer receives updates I am planning to move it to Windows 10 with stable bit products. The box it is running on has to be 10 years old, maybe even 15. I ran it as my desktop for several years before moving it to Windows home server.

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oj88

Speaking of WHSv1, this was my build over 10 years ago, lol. "Vail" (WHS2011) was just about to be released a year later.

 

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I switched to WHS2011 in 2012 when I started running into issues with Storage Pool (disks randomly dropping out), which I later attributed to low quality SATA power connectors. WHS2011 served me 8 years until I switched to Windows Server 2019 a couple of months ago.

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ShadowPeo

Also a matter of VM's vs Physical. I have multiple physical and plenty of virtual

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