mikeely wrote:Thanks for the suggestion. We're running the RC and I'm happy to report that it's fine so far.
With regard to putting Windows on the hardware we intend to deploy as a FreeNAS server, that's unlikely - see above about Windows being a martian in this environment. It's bad enough that we have to run that OS at all for this project
In addition, making it a Windows box would make it much less useful to us for any other random storage needs we might want to address with it.
Veeam manager: Server 2012 R2 VM. Current test environment runs 2 cores and 8GB RAM. Enough?
Backup proxies: Server 2012 Core VMs. We need N number, each with 2 cores and 4GB RAM(?).
Backup repo: Linux VM(s - how many?) serving as headend for NFS/ISCSI from filer.
Filer: 24-bay FreeNas with boatloads of RAM and SSDs for slog. Spinning drives will be 4TB each and mostly likely configured as 11 2-way zvols with 2 spare disks (although we might go with 3-ways, or do we want to go with a couple 9-wide RAIDZ3 instead?)
Andreas Neufert wrote:OK ...
skrause wrote:g (I guess you could do HotAdd with the B&R server in the proxy role, I have never done it myself but I assume it would work)
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