Building a home media server with ZFS and a gaming virtual machine

Work has kept me busy lately so it's been a while since my last post... I have been doing lots of research and collecting lots of information over the holiday break and I'm happy to say that in the coming days I will be posting a new server setup guide, this time for a server that is capable of running redundant storage (ZFS RAIDZ2), sharing home media (Plex Media Server, SMB, AFP) as well as a full Windows 7 gaming rig simultaneously!

Windows runs in a virtual machine and is assigned it's own real graphics card from the host's hardware using the using the brand-new VFIO PCI passthrough technique with the VGA quirks enabled. This does require a motherboard and CPU with support for IOMMU, more commonly known as VT-d or AMD-Vi.



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Media servers have left style. Microsoft no more makes Windows Home Server and is eliminating Windows Media Center. Be that as it may, there are still awesome arrangements on the off chance that you need to run a home media server and stream to every one of your gadgets.
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