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  1. Temper

    Low Power Server with VMs for RV

    Yeah I get you don't like the idea.. that's nice.. And a 12v to 12vdc computer power supply is very cheap and efficient.. see something like this: RGEEK 24pin DC ATX PSU 12V DC Input 250W Peak Output Switch DC-DC ATX Pico PSU Mini ITX PC Power Supply for Computer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07H58SDTH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_SgGACb9192ZT1
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    Low Power Server with VMs for RV

    Lol.. will I didn't even need the RV.. and no one ever needs a computer.. bottom line I am putting a server in this RV.. I thought I would go low power because it would be smart but if I can't do what I want the low power is just a dream.. I ran a virtualized server based on the x5460 series Xeon up until a few months.. it ran 6-7 VMs for like 3-4 years without issue.. Here is the server I ran XenServer on for years.. https://quadix.co/ix/cart.php?gid=1 And we are talking like 3 linux and 4 windows VMs..
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    Low Power Server with VMs for RV

    It is low power because it is 16 cores at 31 watts.. now depending on the motherboard the whole system could be very efficient.. At any rate.. I understand you don't like where I am going.. that's great.. your opinion is duly noted.. What I'm looking for is people with the experience you claim to have to help me get where I am going.. And it isn't much of a workload? The router would maybe need to handle 50mbps..
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    Low Power Server with VMs for RV

    https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Atom+C3858+%40+2.00GHz&id=3287 This benchmark shows it spanking a Xeon X5460 which was a mainstay for virtualization like 10 years ago, which it held for about 3 years, for server farms.. So what are you basing the analysis that this low power system can't do what I have designed?
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    Low Power Server with VMs for RV

    One quick question, do you even have this platform? It is a low power Xeon processor rebranded as Atom..
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    Low Power Server with VMs for RV

    What does the use case matter? I want flexibility. So I want a lot of storage, so say 3x12tb Seagate drives. I want parity and I want to be able to expand the array. Then I want at minimum a virtual sophos xg firewall, Plex server, qbitorrent server, windows 10 node with GPU passthrough to per the RV tvs.. not to mention VMs make backup and restore trivial..
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    Low Power Server with VMs for RV

    Lol.. I'm going to take it that you don't know what a VM is or something.. Why would I want to? Flexibility? But the atom processor I linked to is very capable of doing so with a tdp of ~31 watts for the cpu with 16 cores at 2ghz.. The reason it needs to be low power is because in an RV, power is always a concern..
  8. I am looking to setup a low power server for an RV. I want it able to run virtual machines and run limetech Unraid. I was thinking a system based on Intel Atom C3958.. http://www.nextwarehouse.com/item/?3308280_g10e&gclid=CjwKCAiAhp_jBRAxEiwAXbniXXfU5v2X96zilcfYYnD16VepdHDOktgBG-tRECSsxvKAdHQJp8QBOxoC6qoQAvD_BwE
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