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  1. i work at a family auction house that's working on getting a file server. We hold customer information, every item we have ever sold, who sold the items, who bought them, for how much, and when they were sold. I'm new to servers and was wondering which operating system I should use. I would like to be able to use a hardware raid for better reliability.
  2. Core i7 5960X Amazon: http://geni.us/3o1L NCIX: http://bit.ly/1Do62fi Corsair 32GB Vengeance LPX Amazon: http://geni.us/1hGK NCIX: http://bit.ly/1SuLVD5 ASUS Rampage V Extreme (painted blue) Amazon: http://geni.us/3Ssh NCIX: http://bit.ly/1Ibw0dl Intel 750 Series 1.2TB PCIe SSD Amazon: http://geni.us/11IH NCIX: http://bit.ly/1MdnjPu Protocase: http://bit.ly/1Sx81tq It is finally, FINALLY, time to install my new personal server/gaming PC/awesome machine!!
  3. **Disclaimer** This is a long duration project, I dont plan to produce a finished build until at least end of year earlier next if things work out well. Possible future Folding/BOINC rig, I have been working on this idea for a bit over a 1 1/2 years now. All prices are USD and are current with the re-sellers I have researched so far as of 21March2017. Specs; Original Idea was to use a higher end CPU [previous cpu had hyper threading, I did not realize this then and changed to one with no hyper threading] and 980 TI's but this is a better build I believe, much cheaper as well. The original price was upwards in the $10k. Case: ASUS ESC4000 G3S (Includes MB & PSU) x1 1,200.00 1,200.00 CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2603 V4 1.7GHz 6-Core Processor x2 208.89 417.78 Mem: Crucial 64 16GB (4 x 16 4GB) Registered DDR4-2133 x4 527.25 527.25 SSD: WD Blue PC SSD 250GB M.2 2280 SATA III 6GB S x1 89.99 89.99 GPU: Asus TURBO-GTX1080-8G x4 463.53 1,854.12 $4,089.14 This is my more recent idea but this one will be a bit harder to accomplish. Case: ASUS ESC8000 G3 (Includes MB & PSU) x1 3,200.00 3,200.00 CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2603 V4 1.7GHz 6-Core Processor x2 208.89 417.78 Mem: Crucial 64 16GB (4 x 16 4GB) Registered DDR4-2133 x4 527.25 527.25 SSD: WD Blue PC SSD 250GB M.2 2280 SATA III 6GB S x1 89.99 89.99 GPU: Asus TURBO-GTX1080-8G x8 463.53 3,708.24 $7,943.26 Thing is I can increase the core count with a different CPU and use either machine in double duty as either a home server or email server in addition to the Folding/BOINCing. The idea is there but I am still working on the details. I believe with the gpu I selected I can modify the cooler shroud for better flow of air. Any solid and useful ideas or comments to improve on this would be appreciated. Please be mindful that specs are to meet folding/boinc needs and and not high end top of the line specs, this would only be used/accessed by only me.
  4. So I am planning to build a server which will be my second pc build and need some advice motherboard = Dell Poweredge r810 Cpus = dual xeon e7 2870 ram= http://www.ebay.com/itm/32GB-8X4GB-MEMORY-FOR-DELL-POWEREDGE-T410-T610-R610-R710-R715-R810-R815-R915-/161176742866?hash=item2586e1ebd2:g:gmQAAOxygj5Sh5rl psu = some 600w modular psu is all this compatible?
  5. I want to play CS 1.6 with my friends over internet. i have never created any online server before. following a few videos on youtube i got to know that HLDS should be used to make dedicated online server for cs1.6. although i am trying to make one with the help of those videos, i am still not able to make a server go on my public IP, the server is made on my local IP because of which my friends are not able to connect over the internet. please help Thanks CHEERS !
  6. Hi all, I'm an architect in training at a new job, and my boss is in need of a new server for the business. He is also interested in the idea of having an in-house render farm. I've been tasked with researching the options out there and presenting him with some ideas. My first thought was to combine the two into a single computer that could run two virtualizations - one more modest for the server, and another, more powerful one with the remaining cores for rendering. My questions are these: 1 - is this possible and 2 - is the new Ryzen platform capable of this configuration? The 1800x is an incredible value compared to Xeon offerings, but will it be enough for all this heavy lifting? Is waiting for Threadripper a better move? Or should we just bite the bullet and stick with Intel?
  7. I am building a small compute cluster, and i'm on a budget. I have found that since my last ebay adventure several years ago, the market has become flooded with old socket 1366 xeon chips that offer pretty decent performance per dollar (you can pick up an x5660 for <£20 if you look in the right places). Finding motherboards for them is a bit of a pain though. I have come across this board (hp part number 591747-001), it's a dual socket lga 1366 board from old hp dl180 g6 server, which I can get a hold of cheap in useful quantities. It appears to take some standard atx connectors, but there are a few miscellaneous proprietary power delivery related connectors which I do not recognise, as it usually takes power from a psu hot-swap backplane doodah. the board board in a server Service manual The other power connectors, from research, seem to be pretty standard 8 and 4 pin cpu power connectors, along with a standard atx 24 pin connector. Of particular worry for me though are the power back-plane control connector and power supply "EFF" connector, whatever that is (page 133, connectors 20 and 22). Anyone worked with these servers before and know what these do? Can I jury rig something or leave them disconnected, or am I going to need to buy the backplane and a server power supply if I want to power it up. I imagine the chances of a definitive answer are pretty slim, but if someone could give me a "no way", they could potentially save me a lot of time, and a bit of money Also if there are any other things I should be aware of (ram compatibility aside), when re-purposing old server hardware like this, I'd like to know about those too! Thanks in advance! - alex
  8. What is the best place to get a Dell M1000e enclosure for cheap? I already have the blades so i don't need more. i do need the management card. thanks
  9. I just bought a Tyan s7012 motherboard on eBay for 50 bucks and I threw in a couple of Xeons and 24gb of ram (12gb per processor). I was too cheap to buy a case for it and now I can't figure out how to power on the board. It's stupid because I know that this is a REALLY simple task and I have an OS and a couple of 10gb NICs and blah...blah....blah.... but I can't figure it out. Any help will be appreciated. Thank you broooooooos
  10. Hi guys, I have seen in a few LTT videos where Linus was talking about his server(s) having an SSD cache.I understand the concept of cache (computer engineer), but I am wondering how they set that up? I have a Ubuntu server with an HDD FlexRaid storage pool on it. It operates as a Plex server, NAS, and general compute server. I don't have the money to get an SSD cache and I have no plans of doing it, I am just curious. How would I setup an SSD cache for this array? Can I do it in Ubuntu or would I need something like UnRAID? Thank you
  11. I want to build a cheap workstation PC which I'll mainly use for video editing for the next two years and I did some research today and stepped over the Xeon X5650/X5660/X5670 which only cost about 30 - 50€ used where I live. I would have already bought one of them in combination with a X58 mainboard which a friend of mine will be selling but then I saw that the power consumption of these CPUs is pretty high. The reason why this is a problem for me is because I want to use this PC as a server/NAS in two years. Can I reduce the power draw to a point where it is comparable to a somewhat modern Xeon E3 if I lower the clockspeed and voltage and maybe even disable 2 cores or should I go with a Xeon E3 which is way more expensive right away? ^^
  12. I want to shift all my data from previous 3 different pcs to new server and this use this as my primary device while allowing access to workers via VM to applications such as AutoCAD. How is it possible?? I want to build a latest desktop/server hardware and use one host device to handle 10 users at a time at different locations and host desktop/server should be strong enough so we could use applications like AutoCAD, adobe photoshop or other video editing softwares and keep an eye on individual users. Also use this host device for saving all users data and security camera data, etc. And I need both speed and safety of my data so should i use raid 1, 5 or raid 10?? Please recommend hardware that cost under $3000 including graphic card, processor, motherboard, etc and please recommend the latest hardware for long term future use.
  13. Note: 'Just reinstall it' is preferably last resort. This particular test environment takes a bit of work to get set up, and I'd rather have an idea on how to correct it if something like this happens again in the future as well. An Ubuntu Server 16.04 virtual machine running on hyper-v is giving 'connection reset' errors when access by the domain `aurorawi.hyperv.lan` (Defined to point to 10.0.0.65 in my hosts file, verified to be working properly by pinging the domain in command prompt, also SSH connections to that domain work fine), but serves a webpage if accessed using the ip `10.0.0.65`. This was working about 3 days ago, the only changes since then being an `apt update; apt upgrade` command being run yesterday afternoon. No logs are posted in `/var/log/apache2/` relating to the failed connection attempts, and I've double checked the virtual host definitions. I've also compared this to other VMs that aren't having this issue, and I'm not seeing any obvious differences in configuration settings between the two. Host machine is running Windows 10 Professional, 64-bit with an i7 4790S VM is running Ubuntu Server 16.04 64-bit, with 2 GB RAM and 2 virtual processors. Webserver suite is the software installed with the `apt install lamp-server^` command, with the exception of php5.6 and relevant modules being installed via the ondrej repository. IPTables has no specific entries, and everything is set to a policy of accept sierra@aurorawi:~$ sudo iptables -L Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Chain FORWARD (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Chain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Here's the vhost configuration: <VirtualHost *:80> # The ServerName directive sets the request scheme, hostname and port that # the server uses to identify itself. This is used when creating # redirection URLs. In the context of virtual hosts, the ServerName # specifies what hostname must appear in the request's Host: header to # match this virtual host. For the default virtual host (this file) this # value is not decisive as it is used as a last resort host regardless. # However, you must set it for any further virtual host explicitly. #ServerName www.example.com ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost DocumentRoot /var/www/html <Directory /var/www/html> AllowOverride All </Directory> # Available loglevels: trace8, ..., trace1, debug, info, notice, warn, # error, crit, alert, emerg. # It is also possible to configure the loglevel for particular # modules, e.g. #LogLevel info ssl:warn ErrorLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/error.log CustomLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/access.log combined # For most configuration files from conf-available/, which are # enabled or disabled at a global level, it is possible to # include a line for only one particular virtual host. For example the # following line enables the CGI configuration for this host only # after it has been globally disabled with "a2disconf". #Include conf-available/serve-cgi-bin.conf </VirtualHost> # vim: syntax=apache ts=4 sw=4 sts=4 sr noet
  14. On Intel's launch of their newest Xeon Sp Server Lineup, Intel presented their new features and improvements which they implemented in their new processors. However they did not only talk about their own features and what makes them great, but what makes them better than their competitors EPYC/Ryzen processors. Here are the most important comparisons made by Intel and TechPowerUp's take on them: And now for grand finale: My opinion on those claims: I think Intel are concerned about maintaining their (almost complete) marketshare on the server market and tried to answer EPYC with this kind of information. I think it is very misleading to do such a presentation, as it is an unfair (and wrong glued together ) portrayal of the performance jump which AMD made from Bulldozer/Piledriver to Ryzen. It is laughable that such a term even made it into an official presentation of Intel, as it can be taken as an insult to AMD's work on their Infinity Fabric and Ryzen. Sources: https://www.techpowerup.com/235092/intel-says-amd-epyc-processors-glued-together-in-official-slide-deck
  15. I have 2 computers right now, 1 server and one gaming rig. Server Supermicro x8dtl-if 2x xeon e5520 6x 4gb ecc ram 3x 2tb wd re4 1x 240gb Samsung 850 evo Evga 500w psu (no 80 plus, really cheap) (I scavenged the parts for it after I already had my gaming rig, built it over the course of a month) Gaming rig Gigabyte z170x gaming 5 Intel i5 6600k Evga 980ti ftw 4x4gb trident Z 2x 2tb hdd 2x 256 gb ssd I had a evga 1050 gs in it, I bought a evga 750 g2 to replace it, then realized it might still be in warranty and it was, they ended up sending me back a evga 1000 g3 back. Which power supply should I use in the server and which one should I use in the gaming rig? (Evga 750 g2 or evga 1000 g3) Server is almost always on, gaming rig is on sleep mode most of the time than like maybe 3-6 hours of gaming a day.
  16. what software should i use for a server that is being used as a nas?
  17. Im building a server for a small business on a budget and wanted to know what cpu i should use?
  18. I was able to get to my folders on my OMV file server (I was having a 24 hours brain fart). I saw multiple folders that I did not create on OMV. Where did they come from and how can I get rid of them? The ones I created were Backups and TimeMachine fyi.
  19. Hello, I was wondering if anybody knows where I can learn an extensive amount of knowledge about designing and building servers on the data centre scale. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Josh
  20. I am always looking for things to do with my server. If it's drinking up all that electricity it's going to have to earn it's keep. And since I just moved to a new house where the internet is less than perfect I started looking up steam cache. Now I know the differences between a steam cache and just backing up the files onto the server and I don't want to do that. It would probably be easier in the short term but forgetting to make a copy or whatever just means that I am still going to have to download everything again anyway. So I followed this guide on arstechnica using the docker method. https://arstechnica.co.uk/gaming/2017/01/how-to-build-a-local-steam-cache-server/ it is running on an ubuntu server VM and the games are being downloaded to a windows 10/7 pc. I have set the dns settings directly on my computer due to sharing the internet connection with a couple of other people and don't want to role out the cache to the entire network yet. but I am hitting a bit of a stumbling block. When I download a game I can see the logs downloading it from the steam servers and I can see the files being downloaded to my server. Great. But when I delete the game and try to reinstall i get a line of green text letting me know that it has grabbed the manifest from the local server but it then re-downloads the game from the steam servers again doubling the space it has taken up on my server. Any ideas on how I can get this working would be greatly appreciated. (ps this is the first time I have used docker so I may need a little help navigating through it if needs be.) Thanks
  21. LTT Storage Rankings Topic Welcome to the LTT Storage Rankings! The purpose of this topic is to show off cool storage builds, to inspire with what you show and be inspired by what you see. And of course, also talk about those builds, ask their owners questions and all that good stuff. Criteria System capacity of 10 TB or more 5 storage drives or more: We don't count OS drives, we also do not count cache drives, nor external USB drives. External SAS enclosures connected via SFF-8088 count, however. Drobos, Thunderbolt enclosures etc.: If they have a management interface which makes them somewhat autonomous, they count. It does not matter whether your storage drives is an SSD or an HDD, as long as it is used for storage. Don't forget to indicate vendor and drive size for all your drives for our statistics (see also below). For cases not covered here, we reserve the right to adjust the rules as needed to protect the spirit of the thread. It has to be a single system (everything running off of a single motherboard). Do not post your company server (except the ones from Linus Media Group ;)), this is for private systems. Pictures of the hardware required. That's the primary point of this thread, after all. Use looney's post as a template. Write a nice post about your system, give us some details on the nitty gritty inner workings of your beast. Make sure to give all the needed info for the statistics (Operating system, storage system, HDD vendors and sizes etc.) Ranking System The rankings are based on ranking points, which are calculated as follows: ranking_points = system_capacity ⨯ ln(system_drive_count) with ln(system_drive_count) being the natural logarithm of the number of drives in the system. Rationales Minimum Requirements Having both the 10 TB and the 5 drive minimum rules allows us to prevent being spammed by systems with a single or two huge HDDs (10 terabyte HDDs are a reality now, after all), while still allowing systems which were put together with smaller drives (or SSDs) to get into the list. Ranking Points Basically, this thread is about awesome storage systems, and we think that capacity isn't the only thing which determines how cool a storage machine is. Chances are that a system with a bit less capacity but quite a few more drives might be more interesting to look at. Therefore, the number of drives also counts. However, we don't want somebody buying a ton of small cheap drives to outrank somebody who's bought a hugely expensive system with fewer big drives, which is why towards the upper end of the scale, the number of drives starts to no longer matter as much (see examples below). Example for Large Systems System 1: 100 TB capacity, 50 ⨯ 2 TB drives: 391.2 ranking points System 2: 150 TB capacity, 30 ⨯ 5 TB drives: 510.2 ranking points Amount of drives required for system 1 to surpass system 2, assuming capacities for both systems and drive count for system 2 stay the same: 165 drives, resulting in 510.6 ranking points. Capacity weighs much heavier than drive count as it grows, the influence of the number of drives on the ranking points falls prey to the law of diminishing returns. Example for Smaller Systems System 3: 14 TB capacity, 7 ⨯ 2 TB drives: 27.2 ranking points System 4: 15 TB capacity, 5 ⨯ 3 TB drives: 24.1 ranking points Drive count has a higher weight for such systems, system 3 ranks ahead of system 4 despite having less total capacity. Identical Ranking Points For systems with identical ranking points, post date is the ranking factor (more specifically: post number). Since no posts can have the same number, this is sufficient for unambiguous ranking. Script The rankings and plots are generated by a Python script, which can be found on alpenwasser's github here. Capacity Calculation We count raw storage as advertised on the drives. So, if you have 10 ⨯ 1 TB drives, that counts as 10 TB of storage. Smaller Systems Not everybody needs a big server, and even smaller systems can be cool and interesting (or noteworthy, as we put it below). For such systems we have a secondary list, so feel free to post your machine even if it doesn't quite meet the ranking criteria outlined above. Please still use the template post for your system, and stick to the rest of the criteria as applicable to your machine. External Sites This thread is inspired by the one on the [H]ard Forum, where you can find many huge systems as well. The Dutch thread on Gathering of Tweakers is also worth a look, although it is in Dutch, obviously. Serve the Home is also a great place for all things storage. Support/Bugs At the moment, @alpenwasser is the primary maintainer of the script and stats, so contact him about that kind of thing.
  22. I am having such a problem with his fracking issue. I go into my Network and click on my new file server. I double click to get in. I am asked for a username and password. No issues. Until I get to the second screen where it is asking for a password only. How can I get through this? I have been struggling with this all day.
  23. So, I'm currently parting out a ~$3,000 Server/NAS for my home. I'm going to run ESXi on it, as I will be setting up a Windows sandbox, a VPN server, as well as the NAS. PCPP: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Karokiyu/saved/dBJ6hM I've decided to go with a Xeon E5-2630 V3. It's 8 cores, which I think is enough. I may want to go with a 10 or 12 core CPU. Not sure yet. For storage, I'm going with 8x 4TB WD Red drives. I will buy 9, so I have a spare lying around, incase of a failure. The 8 drives will be in raid 6. Now, I just need to decide what kind of RAID card to use. I'm for sure using a RAID 6, and definately want to use a SAS connection. So, I will want a dual port SAS raid card That i can plug all 8 of the drives into. However, this card needs to be compatable with windows server 2012, and maybe 2016. This is my first server I've built from scratch, so please tell me things I should change, if any. Thanks!
  24. Okay dear LTT community i've been a PC gamer for about 7 years now and i'm pretty confident and aware of those ins and outs. But today i'm here because i've just started a business with my family and i'm the Head of IT currently i'm running everything off of my personal PC, hosting a website with squarespace (Thanks Linus) and im happy with what i've been able to implement so far. I've now transferred all data to a synology NAS. I'm looking into a server for secure storage of sensitive client information. TL:DR I feel like a total noob now i've been looking into servers and NAS setups. All i've got is a synology NAS setup running RAID 1 for all of the business documents but i'm going to have to figure out a server solution to store sensitive client information securely. Any advice would be hugely!!! appreciated. -Max
  25. Hey all, I recently built a WDS Server for work and all has been nice and wonderful in the world of WDS Land. However the network usage is only around 100-200mbps even though its on a gig switch. Any ideas on why it would be only at this speed?