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I show you how to install OpenZFS and KVM on Ubuntu Linux and what you need to consider if you build your home lab server upon real server hardware like ….

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  1. I saw the video thumbnail picture and felt compelled to come here just to say I too have a pair of T410 servers in my homelab setup. So far they have served me well. Best thing I like about them is that they are quiet – only 2 fans for the whole system, a slow 120mm and the PSU's 80mm… I've had these things since 2016 and they have always "served" (crappy pun) me well!!!

    Anyhoo, thanks for the videos man (especially the Ansible and Vagrant stuff). Keep it up!!!

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  2. That was brilliant good information, I have now subscribed to your channel. If you could do some videos on samba, with my Linux operating system, maybe some AD management and LDAP and setting up various services on linux, eg cloud, application server, etc

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  3. People always get raid 5 wrong.
    The parity is NOT saved on only one of the drives. What if that drive crash?
    No, the parity is split up between the drives so any of the drives can fail.

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  4. One important thing has been forgotten. It's about RAM. Don't put in normal RAM into server, but instead RAM with ECC. ECC stands for 'Error Correcting Code'. These RAMs with ECC are checking and correcting false digits. This is crucial if you run one or more critical services like a database. As example as simple as possible, the database does read and write processes and you get an error in the RAM, it can corrupt the whole data. Especially in the financial sector it's horror. So, ECC can correct failures in the RAM (obs. not hardware failures ;-)) and be a lifesaver.

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  5. Thanks for the video! What confuses me a bit is, when you use raidz with 4x 500GB drives, one is supposed to be used for redundancy, yet when you list the array, the available size in 1.8TB, which is all drives together (it is even more obvious when I try with 3 drives), so is there redundancy or not? As I would expect to see the free space that is equal to (N-1) drives not all of them in this setup.

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  6. Great video! This has really inspired me to set up a homelab and learn infrastructure. I noticed that you replaced the fan with Be Quiet – which model did you use as the replacement? Is it simple plug and play or did you have to get an adaptor to make it work with Dell's motherboard? I did some research and found the Be Quiet Pure Wings 2 120mm PWM Fan (which is a 4-pin connector) I am guessing this model would work as the original Dell fan connector uses 4-pins? Would be great to also see the specs of your machine. Thank you in advance : )

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  7. I have gottten confused lol. the goal of this is to beacle to USE thevm on my Linux pc FROM otherpcs in my house? that's what I am trying to attempt. or is this only for using a VM in Linux that is installed in wsl? i want to connect from separate nodes

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  8. I have a server machine domain name and public IP i want to build a mail server for my company how can I do on a Linux system I want to maintenance the server by my self I don't want to buy hosting what can I do ? my server running 24h/7 i has all requirement but I don't know how to config it helps me I'm students

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  9. Thanks for the video. I'd like to watch more about ZFS storage configuration, maybe even for a backup server. It would be great, 'cause everyone needs to backup their data 🙂

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  10. Thanks for valuable content! What can you suggest for mac os virtual manager analog? By the way when you create virtual machine how to reach that virtual machine from outside the network?

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  11. Is there no other way to create a server just by commands? Is it necessary to use this Virtual manager software or can it be also done with commands

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  12. Awesome Video!!! I always enjoy visiting your channel and looking for a new video of yours. You can explain extremely well and that's what I love about your videos! Also many YouTubers don't go in detail, nevertheless you always do. I hope you keep going like that, your channel will definetely grow big one day. Cause when I looked at the description I was shocked to see that you only had 1,8K.

    PS: Which country are you from? Maybe Germany or Austria ? Curious to know.
    Also have you checked out Proxmox as your Hypervisor, it has some great features built into it, like an awesome WebUI?

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