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post #11 of 21
I'm looking at doing something very similar. I have a set of perc 5/i's that i'm planning on using and i picked up some HP NC340T QUAD that i verified worked with ESXI. Just a couple cheap solutions for you if you want to go beyond on board solutions.
 
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have you thought about changing your processor around to include integrated graphics? i know this will mean picking a different motherboard but then you wont have to put in an added gpu.

You could look at the E3-1235 (slighty slower clock, slightly cheaper, with higher tdp and IGP) or the E3-1245 (same clock, same price, higher TDP and IGP)

Never know when you might want a bigger case to add another RAID card and more drives! thumb.gif
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You got a point, Deeeebs. Might be a better soluttion especially if it is for the same price. I might even need to buy a new card already:p I got this 4 slot raid card, which is allready fully occupied.

I will have a look at the procs you mentioned.

Thanks for the advice:)

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You mentioned in your first post that you were interested in Xen. Xen is going to offer much more flexibility than ESXi in terms of hardware compatibility, since your dom0 is a fully-fledged Linux OS. And if you run in HVM mode, you'll be able to get bare-metal class performance.
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If you have issues with ESXi or another product I would suggest using the Xen hypervisor and search for a good management program. If you are not going to use ECC or Registered RAM I would also suggest a non-k i5 processor. It would have all of the same instructions as the xeon and integrated graphics and might be cheaper to acquire. This also still grants you VT-d for IOMMU purposes. You could then pass a NIC or Raid controller through to the desired guest.

^^ Beat me to it tongue.gif
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post #16 of 21
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You mentioned in your first post that you were interested in Xen. Xen is going to offer much more flexibility than ESXi in terms of hardware compatibility, since your dom0 is a fully-fledged Linux OS. And if you run in HVM mode, you'll be able to get bare-metal class performance.

Could you explain how Xen works exactly, what I have read about the different dom's in Xen is that dom0 is more like the bottom OS where all other OS's run on or how should I see this? I understand that domU is more like virtualization without hardware accelaration as it is unprivileged to access the hardware.
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If you have issues with ESXi or another product I would suggest using the Xen hypervisor and search for a good management program. If you are not going to use ECC or Registered RAM I would also suggest a non-k i5 processor. It would have all of the same instructions as the xeon and integrated graphics and might be cheaper to acquire. This also still grants you VT-d for IOMMU purposes. You could then pass a NIC or Raid controller through to the desired guest.
^^ Beat me to it tongue.gif

One of the main reasons for me choosing the E3-1240, was that it had hyperthreading, As I thought that for virtualization it is good to have extra threads, but I might be wrong on this statement.

@Deeeebs

I looked at the E3-1235 and E3-1245 and both indeed seem to be a better solution, if i choose to go with an E3. here in the Netherlands both only have difference of 20,- on the E3-1240.

Yours,

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Go with the Xeon chip then. I am sure it is great. Also, the i7-2600 (non-k) has VT-d (if you need it)

Xen is a type 1 hypervisor and actually runs on the hardware. the dom0 is just a a privileged guest that is allowed to manage the hypervisor. http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/Dom0 I have had great luck with Xen and the ability to create HVM or PV guests is great.
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Could you explain how Xen works exactly, what I have read about the different dom's in Xen is that dom0 is more like the bottom OS where all other OS's run on or how should I see this? I understand that domU is more like virtualization without hardware accelaration as it is unprivileged to access the hardware.

It is much like the kernal that "runs" ESXi.

You can try Xen, but I would recommend you leave it alone until you find that you really cannot use ESXi. The features just don't stackup to ESXi and it isn't as easy to learn as ESXi.
    
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@Deeeebs
I looked at the E3-1235 and E3-1245 and both indeed seem to be a better solution, if i choose to go with an E3. here in the Netherlands both only have difference of 20,- on the E3-1240.
Yours,
-Rexel

I have an E3-1235 just sitting here... Your plans could use this chip more than I could, but sadly its going to become my htpc proc. thumb.gif
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I have an E3-1235 just sitting here... Your plans could use this chip more than I could, but sadly its going to become my htpc proc. thumb.gif

Why not both? Pass the GPU portion through to the HTPC guest and virtualize the rest tongue.gif
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