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  1. yea... true... what are you running raid or raidz2? and how are your zfs pool setup?
  2. @Jarsky @Electronics Wizardy - Thanks for the help so far, i've created a raidz2 - however i'm thinking of doing raidz instead or even striped setup.... or is that too insane? if going striped, i would supply with something like backblaze for off-site backup.. so in case of disk failure and everything dies due to the striped setup, i could fix the pool with a new disk and then just resync all data that was lost... instead of rebuilding/resilvering the pool.. is that too insane or ?? goal is to have as much possible data usable.. but still some kind of "backup" solution in case a disk dies... offsite like backblaze/g suite og raidz solution... (i know raid is not a backup solution)
  3. now that i come to think of it... ZFS just requires a shit ton of RAM (1gb) for each TB... i understand that its a popular these days to use ZFS and it's very feature rich filesystem for business use or at least for some certain requirements... i just think for general home use it's a bit overkill... i just need some kind of basic raid5/6 use... in case of a disc dies i can recovery from it with rebuilding my data...
  4. Okay - so ZFS the disks on proxmox, pass that on to vm debian container and share it ?
  5. so passthrough the 5 disks into a debian container and then make zfs in that and share it to the rest?
  6. Thanks - however I'm aware of that already.. but i have a AMD cpu so... - however i don't need to transcode any of my things.. my TV accepts everything i throw at it... so i direct play it.. and sometimes i direct stream it... very very rare that i transcode..
  7. Hey peeps! Now i know there is a very similar topic from another guy but i don't want to hijack his thread so here is my own... I needs some suggestions as to what would be the best solution to my new multi purpose server... I have a few requirements... 1. Needs to run plex 2. Needs to some kind of NVR solution... for 3-7 cams 3. Some kind of raid solution/NAS solution (storage for plex content, NVR storage and so on..) 4. maybe run a few vm's ( hackingtosh, steam cache server (maybe)) Hardware i have the following.. Cpu: Ryzen 1700 Ram: 16GB - maybe upgrade to 32gb if needed SDD: 1x 120GB SSD HDD: 5x 8TB HDD for some kind of raid configuration... pssst (no raid/hba card installed) Now... should i install some baremetal debian/windows and then raid the 5 HDDS? and do as much as possible on baremetal and then a hyperviser on top to fix remaining issues? or should i go hyperviser from the start such proxmox, esxi? and then VM each task from my needs? How should i handle the NAS/raid solution?? I just installed proxmox working with a working xpenology vm on top.. is this ideal way to handle the disk situation and then make other VM's that just dumps data to that?.. and what about the hot topics/debated solutions like freeNAS & unraid...
  8. I hope they go back to the old keyboard design or something very simiilar from etc macbook pro 2010 design.... still small keys/travl time and nice clicking/feedback from the keys... i can't stand the butterfly design.. and this have been the reason why i haven't got any macbook ever since they changed the design... Now i'm a windows desktop user... and my GF is a apple user, she have a mid 2010 pro macbook.. yea is f***ing old.. but it's in fact still a fairly useable machine after i swithed it out with a SSD instead... and the best part about that old 2010 model.. is the keyboard and the magnetic charge port...
  9. just upgraded yesterday - 1 BSOD right after upgrade was complete... may have been related to nvidia drivers.. so i upgraded to new version and no BSOD since that..
  10. IKEA have a room simulator you can install.
  11. Yep this is a blade server... "BL" in the model number... As the other told you.. you need an blade enclosure in order to boot up the server and use it...
  12. 8400T is overkill for a pfsense router... I would save the money and go for the cheapest 8th gen cpu instead.. like 8100T. still 4 cores, 3.1ghz and plenty of speed for a pfsense box...
  13. I personally use asus rog swift PG279Q - 27", IPS panel, 165hz, gsync, 1440p - yea it's a bit expensive due to the gsync module and the ASUS brand tax.. but it sure is worth it if you ask me...
  14. likey also affected... SMT is the same just AMD term