- HP DL360G7
- 2*6-core xeon
- 120GB RAM
- 4+600GB SAS in raid 5
- ESXi 6.5
- HP DL160G6
- 2*4-core Xeon
- 48GB RAM
- no disks
- ESXi 6.5
- 1* Samsung Evo 850 500GB
- 1* Samsung 1TB Sata
- 2*2TB Seagate Ironwolf[list]
- 500GB for LAB
- rest for home use
- all presented as iSCSI
2*Allied Telesis AT-GS950/8 linked with fibre just because
By default the servers are powered down to save on the power bill.
This is al placed on top or in an IKEA Lack Rack but not the default $5 lack most people use but the longer one that has a shelve since one of the servers didn't come with rails:
And since this isn't true without pictures:
And yes that's a target duck on the right with some nerf ammo since this attick room doubles as Nerf shooting gallery. Complete with a Philips Hue Color bulb in the hallway so the kids can set the room safe to enter (green) or unsafe (red).
- Time to play with CE
- Intel NUC to run some VM's 24/7
- switchable PDU to save power
- Moar RAM (so if anyone has free 8GB ECC DDR3 for me?)
Magslab has been expanded with:
2* quad xeon 6620
6*146GB SAS (from labesx01
This node I wanted to used for Nutanix CE but had some issues with raid controllers and things.
LABESX01: the 146GB disks have been replaced with 600GB ones and the ssd's removed
LABESX02 got one of the 500GB ssd's and a 1TB sata disk so it can and does run CE embedded on ESXi because CE didn't like the PCIe sata controller I have nor the P410 smart array controller.
Sadly LABESX03 has to be on the ground under the enterprise lackrack since it probably will not like the weight (already has issues with 2 pizzaboxes)