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  1. Hi: I recently purchased a Dell PowerEdge R710 server with 32gb of RAM and a pair of slower quad-core processors with the intention of planning to play with some virtualization stuff on it. I also want it to do some a good bit of folding on it as well. When running a Linux Mint Mate 19.3 install on bare metal, it will crank out around 30k points a day quite steadily. However, with Proxmox as a hypervisor and running Ubuntu server in a VM with all 8 cores devoted to it, its given me all sorts of numbers, first 70k for a while, then 30k for a bit, then finally it drops down to about 12k points per day where it has been pretty steady for about an hour now. I am assuming the first number was some kind of anomaly. I was expecting to take some kind of hit from the overhead of the hypervisor and all that but not THIS big a hit. Is this what I should be expecting, or is there something I should be looking for in my Proxmox configuration or what? Brand new at VMs, so any help would be appreciated. >>>BULLET>>>
  2. If I have a server with 4 network adapters and I want to team those interfaces would it be better to create two separate teams of (2) NIC's each? One team (2 NICs) for the host and one team (2 NICs) for the virtual machines or create a large single team of (4 NICs) and "share" the vNIC? The reason I am debating this is because if you have your virtual machines sending data and you're also doing replication of your VMs (Host Traffic) in theory it seems like it would be better to split this traffic however I may be wrong in my thinking. I'm hoping someone else can give me some insight. I also believe that software teaming in Windows doesn't actually give you a aggregated (4Gbps) of throughput. Instead you would have to configure something like LACP with Etherchannel? Just looking for someone with some more experience in this. Thanks
  3. I would like to be pointed in the right direction to figure out which Hyperviser solution would be best for my use (even if its paid). I don't know much about virtualization but want to get into it right, so I want to invest my time to learning something that is more on the professional side, rather than products like FreeNAS. I would like to set up my hard drives and SSDs in a manner that is done in pro environments. My aim is to get into using VMs and redundant storage on a separate computer other than my daily. I believe the best way for me to go about this is to maybe reuse my Dell poweredge server or probably just build my own server, with a hypervisor on the bare metal with VMs and Docker containers to do my tasks in a reliable machine that will also provide long term storage for photos, videos, work related files, chat logs, images backups and also bulk storage for video projects and video game libraries. [keep in mind I do plan to just buy the things i need, I'm not necessarily bound to using what I have so I'm not listing anything] My main goal, have one machine do it all. -To act as relabel and expandable "NAS" for my longer term storage for projects and backups (I do have proper backups, this is for convenience) -To have expandable faster general storage for video game libraries and open projects (maybe SSD cached?) -To have VMs that can be created and changed for w.e my next crazy idea is (instead of using a bunch of old desktops) Long term goal is to have this machine do all above and -To act and my network DHPC with a pfSense firewall running on a VM with dedicated pass through network card, which will go to a dumb switch and wifi access point. My current idea is; - To use Proxmox (as it supports containers) which will be installed on a USB drive. (IDK if this is the best HV for my use and want feedback) maybe ESXi 6.5? - Create groups of 4 or so drives on separate HBAs or to motherboard SATA to create groups of drives for my volumes (encase I want to physically move a volume and rebuild it else where) - Create a ZFS? volumes for use for my VMs, containers, Vswitches and experiments to run on, that will be redundant and fast - Create a volume (with ssd cache?) for bulk data like video games and open projects that is also redundant and open* for access to my network - Create a "super safe" redundant pool for long term storage for photos, finished projects and image back ups. that is also open* to my network (anything I really want to keep will be put on removable media as well) *I only use one PC for daily use, so I could mount these volumes to my desktop over the network I'm not sure if Proxmox has the native ability to manage drives or if people use RAID cards on top of that? I would rather not use RAID cards because I want the drive monitoring and the ability to rebuild the volumes on another computer if need be. Would I need to run a VM to manage my storage if Proxmox doesn't support this need? or would it all be better to just put all my drives together and make vpartitions for these volumes? though I am fine with having a couple HBAs to section off these 4 drives for "safe storage" and another 2 mirrored drives and ssd for general storage and 2 more for the VMS. Is it standard practice to pool everything together? what would you suggest? ~ Why am I doing this? I enjoy this stuff, but I'm not great at it. I used to have a Dell poweredge server set up before doing similar things but with Windows 7 on the metal and most the drives on a RAID controller with partitions shareable on the network... this wasn't secure and ended up failing. Now I run a bunch of single drives in a huge PC tower and USB back up drives, it takes up a lot of space in the office when you factor in a old PC running pfSense and another running a mail severer with some game worlds for family and myself to use. There has got to be a better way. Soon I will be doing away with my rig for something newer which will be in a much smaller case, so I need this data to be somewhere. Like many on this forum, I have been following LTT for a long time and seen their various means of storage, but it usually lacks details about what services they run on and why. Though I'm assuming most, if not all is Win server 2012. (I'm thinking of Petabyte project and such) this is where I get my inspiration. So in my quest to tinker and learn more about computers and servers my needs for safe storage and work machines has grown. Like the natural progression of the computer industry, running many physical machines for light tasks and reinstalling windows and such has become a ineffective mess.
  4. I'm planning a build based on the recently featured Airtop 3 by @AlexTheGreatish which I also loved. The main idea of the system is to be able to run several OSs in order to carry my fully featured case as I move around to LAN parties and occasionally abroad (Router, storage, gaming, media server, workstation for content creation and 3D workloads, etc), being able to just plug and play and have my VPN running and a few Tb of data on a local server ready to be pulled by Windows and Linux. What I haven't figured out yet is what's best for the virtualized environment and the system as a hole, as I see it is possible to accomplish this with unRAID, VMware, Hyper-V and so on. My experience in virtualization is very little, but I do know I need some kind of type 1 hypervisor, so... a little help in choosing which software I should use at the core of this build? Also hardware suggestions to go along the Airtop 3 are most welcome!
  5. Just Wanting to talk about Hyper-V Virtualization on Enterprise hardware. Things like old Dell Poweredge R610's running windows 10 with Hyper-V? Dell R620 Overkill for virtualization for a startup? Differences between Hyper-V as an operating system and\or running as an application. Feature differences between Hyper-V on Windows Server and on Windows Pro installations.
  6. Background for context: I'm creating this topic to find what you guys think of these three operating systems and what the pros/cons of each are. That and I'm trying to come to the best conclusion as to what os i should use for the sole purpose of having a host for PCI-Passthrough for the guest VM's to have. I have enough money to get UnRaid OS (basic) if I really have to, and I say this because in my experience with using linux, I did all the steps necessary to get it working and not only that but i also made sure that all hardware in my server are in separate IOMMU groups (which they are, every last part are and no ACS override patch is necessary.) What bugs me the most is that after following all necessary steps to get it working, it always fails one way or another. The only distro that i know of that worked without spitting out errors to my face is Manjaro. But, there in lies another issue: OVMF Tianocore firmware not recognized by libvirt gui, and within the software library gui i had it installed and restarted my server and yet it still didn't recognize that it was included. That is unless my particular build of Manjaro is buggy then fair enough. But, until I can find out about it with manual testing (I don't have physical access to it for now because it is located at my father's house and the drive is a long way's away. There's a good reason for it, I don't trust my step family with my computer. period. And my father is FAR from computer illiterate and knows which is which. Moving on..) i will have to plan ahead and make sure that i can go with the best option and if necessary, i will buy just to get PCI Passthrough working. From reading a couple of forums, OpenSuse, Arch, CentOS and Gentoo are arguably the ones that are well-suited to have run as the host for having these vms. OpenSuse caught my eye in particular due to having a gui desktop, and the kernel(s) (if I'm not mistaken, otherwise please correct me) are pre-configured for this type of virtualization application. And the command line scheme is familiar to me because i am used to the "apt-get" style that i learned from ubuntu originally when i first began using linux. Speaking of that, why does manjaro have to have a confusing command scheme? Instead of "apt-get" its "pamac" or something else. I get that linux can be open source and the command variable schemes can be different but dang is it confusing the hell out of me. XP Anyway, that aside I don't mind getting my hands dirty to get PCI passthrough working just as long as it works, otherwise my genetically coded stubbornness thanks to my scotch-irishness will make me continue until insanity comes around to making it work. So, what i know so far already are: i.) Citrix XenServer is Windows-centric (i.e., requires the server management console software to be run on a windows system in order to create vms, etc. Note that there's an open source version of this said software for linux available.) ii.) in order to get vmware esxi i would have to put in a lot of info before i can buy a license or let alone download a free version of the said hypervisor software. iii.) In order to get to download XenServer hypervisor, i must create an account and i'll be able to download it for free or buy a license to get more features. (Makes sense if i have to do that so I can add the licensed vers. to my account's shopping cart to purchase, fair enough.) iv.) unraid requires that you get a trial key or a key that allows you to use it full time (basic, pro, etc.) made by purchasing a key. So, is there any info at this point that needs to be corrected? If so, please correct me. Use Case moving forward: In my head, i would have a host that i can get access to in order to create and spin up a vm so that i can not only run it as a server for my windows machine to play games but as well as a hackintosh rendering station for content creation (non-commercial; private use at home.) and finally have it serve up some media for my kodi/plex clients and be a general-purpose file server. Final Conclusion: So, in terms of: i.) ease to setup a vm with a pci host device passed through to guest machine without too much difficulty (i.e., the manjaro example where the ovmf firmware wasn't detected after installation of package.) ii.) ease to obtain an .iso. iii.) ease to setup the packages required to host vms (libvirt, qemu, ovmf, etc.) iv.) less prone to errors when passing through a host device to a vm (note: while all devices are in completely separate iommu groups.) So, in your experience or opinion, which distro mentioned here is best for this application?
  7. Hi LTT Fans. I am looking for some one opinion what it better for a vms lab on a server i had looked into proxmox and xen server that is your thoght thanks the ression it a persinal vm lab i use linux and windows guest
  8. Hello folks, I'm here today to ask something quite specific about hardware stuff. I know this period is quite weird in term of hardware and all but I'm planning a new setup for an home lab (with pseudo-gaming capacity). I've no urgent needs, so if it's worth to wait 2 or 3 extra months I'm OK with that. I'm looking for an upgrade of my current PC to fit some of my new needs. At the moment my custom build PC is : I5 2500K OC@~4.3Ghz (With an HYPER TX3 cooler) GTX 970 24 go of 1600 DDR3 RAM 128 Go SSD 2To HDD P8Z68 deluxe IIRC Old but good 850W power supply from Corsair To add a little bit of context, I'm looking to setup an home-lab with Windows (10) + Linux (Probably Arch / Ubuntu based) running simultaneously (hypervisor with 2 VMs : 1 Windows and 1 Linux. It will run some FPS games on the windows host (so with a GPU pass-through) and some other program that must run on windows (not some wine or similar stuff). For the games, CSGO / PUBG and Factorio are a must. My Linux setup is mostly for my nerdy hobbit (Dev, Automation, Security research, heavy computation...). I'm also planning to move some of the game server that I'm currently hosting on my VPS to this setup (Maybe even on an another Linux VM or at least on some containers) (CSGO, Factorio, mostly). I would like to switch from time to time the GPU to the Linux VM to try some linux-only programs with GPU support. My budget is around 1000€ but somewhat flexible. I want to keep as much as possible from my current system for cost reason. After some research I've come up with these things: 24 to 32 go of DDR4. CPU : I don't really know, I need "high" cores count and individual core speed... AMD / Intel doesn't matter. I'm just worried about AMD compatibility with some hypervisor and with Intel hyper-threading recent issues... I'm thinking about 8~ cores CPU : 4 for Windows and 4 to the Linux to still be able to do some heavy compute tasks. For the motherboard, support for over-clock and support for PCIE SSD + GPU(s) should be enough (1 PCIE slot for GPU + 1 for the PCIE SSD ? and maybe another one for a small GPU if the CPU doesn't provide any ?). It will obviously depend on the CPU and I don't care about RGB stuff (my case got red only fan) PCIE-SSD (Optional but that's seems cool for a setup like this) I've build 2 systems on pcpartpicker : AMD Based Intel Based I'm probably asking to much for that but if anyone got some compatibility issue with my peripherals on this type of setup, please let me know : Razer Deathadders HyperX cloud II Corsair K90 VG248qe monitor (144hz) and another 1080p monitor For the software side, I don't have strong knowledges in the hypervisor world, so which one is recommended for that kind of build? KVM ? EXSi ? XEN ? other? I'm OK to tinker with some system things. Additional questions: Is changing OS on the fly possible ? I don't want to restart the whole machine every time I need to go back on the other OS. I've seen some Windows vm inside a linux switching easly, but not VM to VM. Does a multi screen system with different refresh rates can cause problem ? (144hz and 60hz) and will the 144hz work ? Can I switch the GPU from VM to VM just with a restart of the VMs and a little change in the config file ? I will not be able to run VM (like virtualbox one's) inside the guests OSs right ? Thanks for any tips and suggestion ! (If you see any mistake, please let me know)
  9. Hey Whats a good solution to run multiple OS's easily I'm looking for a flexible PC storage setup so i can easily switch between OS's and Hypervisors. Fun and work... Am looking at things like http://www.icydock.com/goods.php?id=169 or motherboard ability to switch on a HDD Even considered Hypervisor passthrough to dedicate hardware to a VM Any good ideas or experiences out there? cheers
  10. Hi guys, So I don't have a problem but I love VMware ESXI and everything with their hypervisor and anything to add with that. So know I would like to ask you guys some questions ( I am not from VMware or any where else) I think it might be cool to know what hypervisors people use. Thanks Sheldon
  11. Basically I had to use vmware for another project previously and disabled hypervisor through these commands in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGpv2Dvzyeg bcdedit /create {0cb3b571-2f2e-4343-a879-d86a476d7215} /d "DebugTool" /application osloader bcdedit /set {0cb3b571-2f2e-4343-a879-d86a476d7215} path "\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\SecConfig.efi" bcdedit /set {bootmgr} bootsequence {0cb3b571-2f2e-4343-a879-d86a476d7215} bcdedit /set {0cb3b571-2f2e-4343-a879-d86a476d7215} loadoptions DISABLE-LSA-ISO,DISABLE-VBS bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off I currently need to use android studio emulation and have to turn it back on. Can anyone help me reverse this? I am using a ryzen processor which is what caused me all this headache in the first place...
  12. I'm just getting into the whole virtualization scene but am hoping to get rid of a couple physical server installs at work and also set up something similar to the Gaming NAS that linus demonstrated for Unraid. The two goals are very different in what they have. An enterprise grade server vs a homebuilt gaming machine. My question is, I see a lot of different virtual controllers which I'm gathering are referred to as hypervisors or whatever their counter parts in other companies are called. My questions are; Do Vmware or any of the other similar ones to that feature a RAID system similar to Unraid's or would that be done on a RAID controller like our Perc H710 in the server? Also what would Unraid's formation be considered as since it has designated parity drives instead of all the drives sharing parity data? I still have yet to start this project and intend to dig around in each of them but was hoping to get some questions out of the way. Thanks in advance!
  13. I'm in a need of an hypervisor (free or cheap) that support nested hyper-v, pcie passthrough without uefi (the server is an hp dl380g7, supports vt-d and ept) and zfs filesystem support. I already checked unraid and proxmox and they don't support all of the things supported above (nested Hyper-v or pcie passthrough without uefi) I hope someone can help me.
  14. Hi all, Pretty sure this is my first time posting on LTT so first, nice to meet you all! Now that the formalities are out of the way, let's get down to business. For the last what feels like forever, I've been trying to get Hyper-V working for me again. There was a point months ago where I had it installed on my computer but due to disk space issues, I decided to remove the feature and its VMs and drives. Upon purchasing a larger SSD and installing it in my system, I reinstalled Hyper-V. Since then, however, I've been unable to create any virtual switches. Even attempting to open the Virtual Switch Manager results in the following error: I've run sfc/ scannnow and tried restoring the image health with DISM and neither have found any errors in my OS image that would cause this. My computer is an Asus GL752VW. i7-6700HQ, 16GB DDR4 RAM, running Windows 10 Pro Ver. 1803 Build 17134.285. Any chance anyone else has had this issue and might be able to guide me through resolving this? Thanks!
  15. Hello, I did a little searching through the LTT forums for any content related to Proxmox and ESXi. While I did find some information, I was unable to find any articles specifically comparing Proxmox and ESXi in terms of their features, and their drawbacks. I'd like to compile a list of features and drawbacks for Proxmox, ESXi, and any other hypervisors you see as good competition. The goal is to compare only free versions of software. Thanks!
  16. What is your preferred Server-Hypervisor and why I prefer VMware ESXi because it's footprint is very small (for VMware ESX 5.1 around 400 MByte), it is very good for Linux guest AND Windows guest and works very good in a HA - setup Even I'm a Windows-(server) - guy, I still prefer VMware ESX over MS Hyper-V ...
  17. Hello all! I have initially asked about a cut down version of 7 Games 1 CPU Build here. But I want to cut down cost more. It was not more like a gaming machine but rather a machine with multiple users as one can do with thin clients with a little gaming in mind like CS1.6, Age Of Empires, NFS:MW (2005). Then I got the idea that all the games dont require like a whole lot of GPU performance. So now my question is, if I have like 2 GPUs in SLI or crossfire on a Xeon Work Station like DELL T5400, would I be able to use Intel VT for this. Also if your are going to suggest GPUs, keep in mind this is an extreme budget build which is not to exceed 200USD. GPU I have in mind is 8500GT (512MB/128-bit), because i had used it and it was good for most games I played that were not CPU bottle-necked (P4 HT 3.0GHz). Details of the build are below. All in all, this will be more like a ThinClient RDP Server. Please advice on GPUs and possibilities of the above stuff. Regards
  18. I'm wondering what most people here use for GPU passthrough. I have an old Dell Precision workstation that I'm trying to turn into a gaming box/home lab for Linux & Windows learning. I've tried VMWare ESXi and Proxmox KVM (based on Debian Linux) and got GPU passthrough working with both. Neither is perfect, but I'm leaning towards ESXi at the moment because I'm having so much trouble with audio on KVM. On KVM, I've got audio to the point that game audio plays OK, but Youtube has skipping and distortion problems when there's any background activity (downloads, disk transfers, etc.) Setting up GPU passthrough on KVM was also a good bit more painful than ESXi was. That's not to say that ESXi doesn't have problems. I couldn't get USB hotplug working in my Windows VM, so I had to resort to task scheduler to force a USB scan every minute. I also had to find a super-secret config file parameter to prevent "Code 43" errors with my GeForce GPU. But audio work great, even when there's a lot of background activity. Has anyone here had better experiences with their hypervisor of choice? Does Linus' favorite platform, Unraid, make it any easier to do passthrough?
  19. Hey, planning to build a mini-server to run multiple VMs (none of which is for storage). Currently my build is this: PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU AMD - Ryzen 5 1600 3.2 GHz 6-Core Processor €147.90 @ Alternate Motherboard Gigabyte - GA-A320M-S2H Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard €56.85 @ Amazon Deutschland Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2400 Memory €106.00 @ Amazon Deutschland Video Card Zotac - GeForce GT 710 1 GB PCIE x1 Video Card €51.90 @ Caseking Case BitFenix - Prodigy M Midnight Black MicroATX Mini Tower Case €85.00 Power Supply be quiet! - Pure Power 11 300 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply €47.90 @ Caseking Wired Network Adapter Intel - EXPI9301CT PCI-Express x1 1000 Mbit/s Network Adapter €35.72 @ Senetic Other Dawicontrol DC-624e RAID 4-Kanal SATA 6G Blister LP €59.83 Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total €591.10 Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-11-27 16:24 CET+0100 Before I go any further, wanted to ask if anyone has better experience than me with Ryzen and ESXi compatibility, as well as compatible RAID Controllers. Not sure about the one I included in the build. I'm open for any suggestions and recommendations Thank you!
  20. I am looking for a hypervisor (bare-metal or hosted) to run on one physical server. What I would like: Remote management Web-based management ZFS support OpenVZ and KVM support (unless there are better options) I have looked at oVirt but I would need to have a management engine server on top of a virtualization node. I had a look at vSphere 6 but I think the free version is pretty limited. Proxmox looks good but is subscription based. XenServer looks alright but I'm not sure what direction they are going in since they have become free. Any suggestions would be appreciated
  21. Budget: US$1500 (estimate) Location: Japan, all items will be bought from amazon.co.jp Aim/Purpose: Virtualization Lab (XenServer and/or ESXI as Hypervisor/OS on HDD), Gaming, Overclocking just for fun Monitors: 1 display @1920x1080 Misc constraints: 1 SDD for windows HDD not required, have a spare lying around cd/dvd/bd drive not required monitor not required peripherals not required must be small (mini-itx), should fit on check-in luggage must be quiet GPU will be bought separately on different time Air Cooled small psu size, reference size is corsair cx series will not use node 304 fan controller, all PWM The Build: CPU: Intel Haswell i5-4670K Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO MOBO: Gigabyte Z87N-WIFI Mini-ITX RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8) DDR3-1600 PSU: Corsair CX600M 80+ Bronze Semi Modular SSD: Samsung 840 120GB Case: Fractal Design Node 304 Case Fans: 2x Gelid Silent 80mm PWM for intake, 1x Gelid Silent 140mm PWM for exhaust and some PWM splitter cables. GPU: Asus DirectCU GTX770 *not priority, will wait on AMD 9XXXX. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1rKq3 Some of other brands/products are not available in this country so I am kinda stuck on these brands I chose. Question 1: Is it okay to use pwm splitter to an exhaust and a cpu fan? Question 2: Should I dedicate a fan header to cpu fan? Question 3: What really is the difference between system fan header and cpu fan header? Do they detect same temps? or System for case temp and cpu on cpu temps only Question 4: If you are doing this build for same purpose, what would you name it? I am very open on critics, suggestions and questions too. I know that colors will not pair good. Okay, what would I play? For now SimCity(don't laugh), probably BF4 and good games on the future. Priority is Virtual lab.
  22. Hi guys, at first please excuse if there are any flaws in my english, I am not a native english speaker (I am from Czech Republic)... And thank You Linus, Luke, Taran, and whole team from Linus Tech Tips for GREAT youtube videos, because these brought me here ;-) Now about my topic: I assembled something like a homeserver, it is kind of basic hardware I managed to get together from my tight budget, here are specs (it was originally bought as HP ML10 v2, but i changed few parts): CPU: Intel Core i3 4170 - 3,7GHz 2c/4t MB: original server HP with Intel C222 chipset RAM: 16GB ECC DDR3 1600MHz SSD: 120GB Kingston HDD: 3TB WD RED I plan adding second of each drive for RAID 1 redundancy, but right now... budget :-) Server is connected via 100/100Mbps link, public IP adress and it has no data limit. My plan is to run: - Plex server (mostly for 1 connected user at a time) - basic webserver - just DJ promo for my flatmate - estimated few visitors a day (he is not a celebrity yet, ehem :-D ) - basic ftp server mostly used for fastdownload of additional files for our upcoming CS:GO dedicated server(s) - 2 dedicated CS:GO servers - any dedicated gameservers that might run on remaining resources (Terraria, etc.) Now I will by really glad and thankful, if you would give me some feedback about my future plans, because even if I think of myself as kind of advanced PC user, I am Linux newbie (or better said - pre-newbie), so any advices and guides will be just great... I plan running two virtual machines, one with less resources for ftp/web/plex and second just for gameservers, so they won't ever be affected by expected CPU usage spikes, which WILL come frome Plex, or by ftp/web usage. Right now I am not sure how I will split server's resources between those two, but I think best option will be to give both a less than I predict they would need and then give it some testing time and add resources as needed and observed. Right now the system has VMware ESXI 6.0 installed, 2 VM's with fresh Lubuntu installed on both. Lets hope that mr. Google will help me enough with software installing in Linux... :-D As I said, any feedback, advices or warnings would be very appreciated... thx in advance for any replies :-)
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