Show me your home server uptime, anon.
What does it do? How much power does it consume?
This is my HP T610 PLUS running as a hypervisor.
yuyukos new stuff is in the post
~120W for everything in the cabinet
>what does it do?
File server, web server, compiling, torrents, etc.
I've got 8x1GB RAM in the mail for it
I won't be positive until I buy a Kill a Watt, but it's added about $10/mo to the bill
Dual core MIPS32 board, use it for fucking around until the other parts for it come in
iirc 200mW under full load
use it for compiling, virtual machines, file server, email server, ssh tunneling, and torrenting
1U IBM x3455
>dual quad core AMD Opteron 2356 @ 2.3GHz
(I just bought two 6 core Opteron 2419s @ 1.8GHz about an hour ago)
>12x2GB ECC DDR2 RAM
I'm getting 4Gb/s fiber channel cards for the PowerMac and x3455
use for: faffing about
my little brother's minecraft server
and some more faffing about
going to migrate it to an old desktop soon, this thing has only 2GB of ram, old desktop has 6GB, also this thing runs fucking 65C+ idle because it has only one fan, a 30mm fan idek, it's total bullshit and it's loud as fuck
uptime is low, i had shut it down for silence, nobody was on anyway
I don't even have a rack for it right now, it's just on top of a PowerMac G4 and another old build
My main server running as a hypervisor. It is my file server and manages the rest of the cluster.
I mainly use my servers as a compute cluster. I write simulation and "generative art" software for fun. Some of my stuff needs TONS of computing power, so I have 8 servers total. They're all the same, except BigXen has 64 GB of RAM and 2 TB of storage while the rest have 16 GB of RAM and 120 GB of storage. The rest of them only come online when I need additional computing power, so only BigXen has any sort of decent uptime.
I got this stuff for cheap since a local business was upgrading their system and didn't want it anymore.
Oh, and a VM on BigXen is dedicated to a Minecraft FTB server my niece asked me to set up. That's not very resource intensive, though, since Minecraft servers are mainly RAM-heavy and I have tons of RAM.
Thinking of putting Debian on this. Get more experience with Linux.
I have an old netbook serving up [email protected] and some samba shares.
What else should I do with it?
Using an old Mac as a server, it has good power usage, is quiet and looks good but it would be nice to have PCI-E.
The server is internet facing with a domain and runs torrents, local network share, IRC server, mumble server (what a piece of shit server) and handles all local networking (DHCP, firewall, etc.).
This small box is really power efficient as a router.
Best router ever count as a small server obv plebs
I just recently restarted a few times.
it does web/nas/mail/dns/game servers, no idea about the power.
installed jessie yesterday.
right now im moving away from kvm-vms to docker containers.
Random-ass laptop (ASUS K53SV) that I have no real use for. It serves as a http, FTP, Samba, torrents, and a Windows VM for fucking around and playing Kancolle in. Does the job. Probably doesn't eat too much electricity because it's a laptop, even though it doesn't have some ULP CPU. Can't be bothered to measure how much it actually draws.
I really don't see a reason not use Ubongo on a server. It just works and is stable which is all I care about when it comes to a server.
media server virtual
torrent box virtual
i'm unsure how much wattage is uses, but probably a lot at 11 HDDs and a 2600k
hosts ~1TB of shoujo mangas for a few scanlation groups
dunno how much power it draws but probably not much.
02:30:16 up 367 days, 2:43, 2 users, load average: 0.11, 0.04, 0.01
Power usage? I don't know and I don't care. It's a tower server from 2005. It runs as
>data miner/web scraper
raspberry pi is a waste of space period.
>Bought super-cheap ex-leased server
>For some reason, it's missing several components, so I can't mount any hard drives
>It's kind of expensive to get the parts shipped over from the US
>The sever has been sitting there, doing nothing for months now
I suppose I should get off my ass and order the parts
Pretty much required if you set permissions for files with more than one user with windows.
Its honestly easier to just use NFS and a local dns cache.
cached dns lookups m8. also it's good practice if you wanna be a big boy server admin someday and not a basement dwelling neet installing gnu+linux on a pentium 4 dell optiplex with an animu 2d grill wallpaper.
My server is an old laptop from which I removed the monitor because it broke anyway. I wanted it headless anyway.
It's a Core 2 Duo, don't remember the number.
It's serving me Owncloud, OpenVPN, IMAP, SAMBA and it's also for torrenting.
I've got a SuperMicro board running with a couple hard drives. I use Debian on it.
>What does it do?
Web, email, database, Minecraft. I plan to set up another server to do Kerberos and LDAP.
>How much power does it consume?
About 30 watts.