I run one physical server at present.
Up until early 2019 it ran ‘bare-metal’ Server 2012 R2 Essentials. Then I joined the new wave and migrated to VMs. Aaah, so much nicer. I do still have a NAS for backups though.
Intel Xeon E5-2620
64GB DDR4 (with ECC)
(Currently none, but will be assigned to VMs using DDA when I do get one)
120GB Samsung 840 Evo SSD
1x 980GB Generic SSD
1x 1TB Samsung 840 Evo SSD
- Storage Pool (using StableBit DrivePool):
1x 250GB Samsung 840 Evo SSD(cache/downloads)
1x 400GB PCIe Intel SSD (cache/downloads)
1x 500GB Crucial MX500 SSD (cache/downloads)
4x 4TB Western Digital Red HDD
2x 8TB Seagate IronWolf HDD
3x 8TB Seagate Exos HDD
1x 10TB Seagate Ironwolf HDD
Hyper-V Server 2019 (64 bit)
- VM Host.
- File Storage (using Stablebit Drivepool).
Windows Server 2019 Essentials
- Domain Controller (Active Directory)
- AD DNS Server (domain based)
- Web Server (IIS with reverse proxy enabled)
- MySQL Server (web and application databases)
- Monitorr (services monitor)
- Calibre (eBook management)
- Plex Server (media management)
- Tautulli (Plex server monitoring)
- Jackett (search index aggregation)
- Downloader (NZBGet, uTorrent)
- Radarr (Movie monitoring)
- Sonarr (TV Show monitoring)
- Lidarr (Music monitoring)
- Mylar (Comic monitoring)
- LazyLibrarian (eBook monitoring)
Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS
I have an old QNap TS-420 handling my backups.
Hyper-V Server does a weekly VM export to it, and I rsync the important files across weekly. Nice and simple, but it’s due to be replaced with a TS-453-pro when I get around to it.
This one is being built. It’s using parts of my old server, so is pending completion and putting into this: