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Home: Samba, mdadm Linux RAID
VPS: Apache2, Vent, Mumble, Minecraft, CS:S
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WHS for movies and tv shows.
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post #53 of 63
Quote:
Originally Posted by hometoast View Post
Wuss

That's what the commandline is for.
lol! Ok you got me there. Honestly though 90% of the time I do just ssh into it and do stuff through the terminal, but every now and then it is helpful to have the desktop up
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post #54 of 63
I want to find a way to ditch my Apache XP connection (stick with the Apache but put XP to bed) I just moved my web server over to a machine with larger storage Dell Optiplex 330 with a RAID configuration but I need to get away from the restrictions placed by XP(it sure is simple though). I want to give the IIS role of Server 2008 R2 on one of my i7 machines a shot but as soon as I schedule an AD course or start one on my own, CCNA stuff creeps back in to my time. So that is what I like to do with servers, put website I make and host myself on the net and do as much of the work that I can myself.It is not the cheapest but I have no other way to get any hands on.I guess you could say I play with servers as a learning tool.
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post #55 of 63
Minecraft! and apache.
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post #56 of 63
Quote:
Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm View Post
I am a little shocked that more OCN folks with a windows server aren't running active directory...gosh I've been making my wife use a password on her home PC for years. You mean you people are actually using..."gulp"...workgroups?

Aside from that...I always have MS SQL 2008 and Visual Studio 2002 and 2010 and Power Builder 9. Plus anything I feel interested in at the moment. Oh and it is a WUS too so I can check out an update before I install it. I also host all my OS's on there and I haven't ran into too many PCs I've repaired that can't install over the network...just a couple older laptops. Probably a hole bunch of other stuff too. My server has become a part of every day life so much that it hard to even notice it.
Setting up a basic AD isn't hard.... maintaining it can be a pain though. And you also have to plan for redundancy. So it make sense, really. If you only have a single server, and most people usually do (even here on OCN), then you create a single point of failure for AD. Not to mention you're also adding a lot of roles to it - AD-DC, GC, DNS, DHCP, File Server, Print server, web server (IIS?), backups, etc...
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post #57 of 63
Well I'm moving soon so I haven't worked on it in weeks but when my server finally gets up and going in my new place it will be running...WHS...

So ya, a linux server whose sole purpose is to run WHS in a VM. That's like some kind of a crazy Inception @#$% right there

Actually I started a thread about it. Converting WHS to a VBox VM under Ubuntu server.

Oh and file storage/media streaming from WHS occasionally.
 
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post #58 of 63
Fedora 14 install running Amahi for my Home Server

Behind that, its running a VPN, Minecraft Server, MW2 Server, File server (NAS), Photo gallery, Web server, Crashplan backup destination, torrent downloader, video encoder, and a bunch of other small things that I don't remember.

Oh yea, its also connected to my home theatre running XBMC.
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post #59 of 63
Hardware: One big server (E3110, 24TB) and one failover server (PIII, 1TB)

OS's: Windows Server 2008R2, Solaris x86, Windows XP, and Endian

Things they do: Active Directory, LDAP, Samba, DNS, WINS, Exchange, Sharepoint, WSUS, WDS/RIS, IIS, NAT gatway, Firewall, VPN, Certificate Authority, RADIUS, Proxy with AntiVirus, Print, Scan, Fax, apache/mysql/PHP, File Server, Torrents, Terminal Services, and Backup. And some other things to help managing it easier (remote desktop, wireshark, etc).

I'm currently in the process of migrating everything to an ESXi host. I might build an entirely new server soon too, because I'd like to take advantage of VT-d and VT-c. With them latencies should be low enough to use iSCSI to run most of my PCs diskless. I'm also going to replace the failover server with something a little more efficient (maybe even make it identical, and then use vMotion).
Edited by Manyak - 5/4/11 at 6:02am
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post #60 of 63
I run whs for my general computer backup and sharing pics with the family back home, and i was running win xp with xampp on my old compaq till shaw told me it was against their tos to host my own webserver
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