My two daughters are becoming gamers as they see their dad gaming from time to time. Besides Roblox, they love Minecraft but just have 1 account. Thus I decided to build a local Minecraft server for them to let their imaginations run wild (aka creative mode=on). As I switched a while back to Proxmos, where
You might have heard that IBM has bought Red Hat. Now we can start to speculate why but IMHO it had something to do with talking to the “cool kids” with OpenShift! I decided to check it out and see what it could mean for my current Infrastructure department. Now instead of building the complete
I decided to pull my dedicated server from “collocation” and rebuild it for home use. I was running VMWare on my NAS (see earlier post) and was about to hit the maximum utilization of the hardware (not just CPU but also networking). My goal was to create a new VMware server for my virtual park
Now that I have virtualized my FreeNAS installation I no longer need to run “Jails” on FreeNAS and can use a normal Ubuntu installation to run my downloading services like Sickbeard and SABnzbd. In this blog I explain the basic installation running the two services on the same virtual machine running Ubuntu.
I was running my FreeNAS installation dedicated on my NAS Build I did last year. Though I wanted more freedom thus installing a hyper-visor (VMware) to run multiple virtual operating systems so I can fully utilize my resources in this build. In this blog I describe how I migrated the FreeNAS installation to a virtual machine.