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  1. Right, it seems that the ECC memory is compatible but not officially. And for the ROG STRIX B550-I motherboard, it is marked compatible with some CPUs on the Asus website. Since the Ryzen 7 3700/3800X are also ECC unbuffered compatible, I modified my candidate configuration a bit. - ASUS ROG STRIX X570-I (2x M.2 Gen4, 1x 1Gbps LAN, Mini-ITX) - ASUS ROG STRIX B550-I (2x M.2 Gen4, 1x 2.5Gbps LAN, Mini-ITX) - AMD Ryzen 7 3800X (on sale at my place) - 2x Samsung SSD 980 PRO M.2 PCIe NVMe 250 GB (RAID) - 2x 16 GB Corsair Vengeance 32 GB DDR4 3200 MHz CL16 (non-ECC, Unbuff
  2. Your comments are making me rethink my whole architecture. Since for high availability and other things it might be complicated on Xpenology (even on a VM), I'm thinking about the idea of using Portainer on Open Media Vault in a cluster instead of Docker in DSM high availability. The 2 machines would be at two different physical locations (my home/my office)+ a VPS for load balancing. -ASUS ROG STRIX X570-I (2x M.2 Gen4, 1x 1Gbps LAN, Mini-ITX) -AMD Ryzen 7 3800X (on sale at my place) -2x Samsung SSD 980 PRO M.2 PCIe NVMe 250 GB (RAID) -2x 16 GB Corsair Vengeance 32 GB DDR4
  3. Everything you guys say is very interesting, and it makes me think... I also read on the forum what was said about Xpenology in a VM, and it simplifies some things obviously but not necessarily for everything indeed (high availability for example) On the other hand @IG-88 you told me about Open Media Vault so I had a quick look at it since yesterday and even if it doesn't seem to be on the same level as DSM in terms of ease of use and features, it could still do the job I think. (I have to test it for real now) And with an AMD configuration as proposed by @gadreel I could have a more pow
  4. Yes why not, but as I have never tested this, I have some questions: In terms of performance and reliability, I don't lose anything if I run Xpenology in a VM or is it the same? And if my Unraid machine (or any other OS) burns out, won't that be a problem for DSM high availability? No firewall problems or with nginx reverse proxy, certificates, DNS server, etc?
  5. I thought about something like that: -ASUS P11C-I -Intel Xeon E-2236 -2x 16Go Kingston 2666MHz DDR4 ECC -2x Samsung SSD 870 EVO 250 Go (RAID 1) -ASUS XG-C100C
  6. Ok, so my biggest problem is my choice of NVMe if I understand correctly. I can forget about NVMe if it complicates things too much. If I choose the best SATA 3 SSD that I can afford, that should still be good I think. (the difference in performance for mariadb should not be that big... I hope ) Otherwise with an M.2 SATA SSD without NVMe would it work too? For the motherboard and Xeon CPU, do you have some suggestions? (Within my total budget of about 1000€) This compatibility stuff worries me.
  7. Thank you for helping me, these comments are very valuable to me. I read them yes, but I didn't understand some things like the fact that NVMe only works for the cache. And for the Max CPU Threads for exemple, I had told myself that I just had to take a CPU of 8 or 16 threads but I didn't understand all the subtleties. You are probably right. My current setup works in high availability (without a valid serial) with a 1 GBps usb adapter but it is not very stable, from time to time there are desynchronizations, so 10G is certainly better. I hav
  8. Hello, I'm looking to build a home server under Xpenology with certain criteria, but I'm pretty bad at hardware so I'd like some help please. It will not be storage oriented, but more application oriented. To mainly run MySQL databases and several other applications in Docker. (Not really a NAS so) -I'm looking for a Micro or Mini-ITX motherboard so that it fits in a small case like the InWIN IW-MS04 MINI, I do not wish a tower chassis. (Maybe some Asrock Industrial’s Mini-ITX?) -A recent and powerfull Xeon mono-CPU less than 2 years old.
  9. EDIT: Problem solved, insufficient user permissions.
  10. I get an error 119 {"error":{"code":119},"success":false} And with the login url, I get this message "Sorry, the page you are looking for is not found." (from translation) Does anyone else have this problem?
  11. Hello, I have a mini PC with Xpenology, and I was wondering if it was possible with another mini PC (the same model) to establish an HA cluster (with the dedicated app). The worry is that there is only one ethernet port on these PCs which is a problem for the "Heartbeat" connection. So I was wondering if you think it is possible for me to establish this connection using usb ethernet adapters on each mini pc. Thanks.