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Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 06-16-2024 SSL and IPv6 Enabled View Webcam for 06-16-2024 NO COMMENTS
With the demonification of unsecure HTTP traffic in full swing, the random nonsense that is this webserver clearly can't remain unsecured any longer. A valid SSL certificate on ever server is the only solution for our future, so I've decided to do the absurd and actually secure this website. Why internet browsers can't determine the uselessness of this website and agree SSL is wasted on it is beyond me. And since I spent the time to generate the SSL cert of great waste, I decided to also properly forward all IPv6 traffic for this domain to this newly secured webserver as well.
BEHOLD: The Grade A SSL Secured Abomination
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Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 05-17-2024 Server Hardware Upgrade View Webcam for 05-17-2024 NO COMMENTS
New Server Hardware The recent Storj node addition to my blinged out webserver has made certain hardware limitations come to light. Specifically, the lack of native M.2 slots for NVMe storage expansion. After a brief flirtation with a 10TB SATA HDD, it's become clear Storj needs SSD speeds to work effectively. Rather than do the smart thing and end my Storj node, I've gone all in with a new motherboard using my displaced Ryzen 7700 CPU, which supports PCIe bifurcation of the x4x4x4x4 variety. Thus my 6 NVMe drive wall mounted web server (and Storj node) machine is born.
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Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 05-15-2023 Storj Node Go View Webcam for 05-15-2023 NO COMMENTS
Stor After playing around with Storj I decided to jump in and create a dedicated node. Consequently, this server now serves up distributed data in addition to embarrassing photos and stories about old people. I'm sure the current 2TB of space will become too small shortly, but for now it lets me see if this is even worth it. Something to keep me distracted when Chia is too stable.
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Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 11-16-2022 Webserver Bling Upgrade To Maximum View Webcam for 11-16-2022 NO COMMENTS
New Server My trusty Asus TS10 Atom x5 Z8350 which has powered this webserver since 2018 was replaced by the ultra golden RGB monstrosity Dell Optiplex 3020 SFF Treasure Box today. I could not pass up this ridiculous purchase, and upon arrival it felt perfect for serving up nonsense on the interwebs. The new server eats up 20 watts, vs the old TS10 which only pulled 5 watts. The RGB and golden bling are well worth the wattage increase obviously, and the impressive hardware upgrades are a nice bonus. Surf confidently, knowing your packets are being generated on the most gawdy PC available on this planet.
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Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 06-25-2022 Chia Plotting Makes Drives Tired View Webcam for 06-25-2022 NO COMMENTS
After burning up both my Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe and my SK Hynix PC711 NVMe creating Chia plots to fill my ever hungry crypto farm, I decided to slow my roll a bit. While the two cheap 240GB SATA drives I purchased to help generate plots never really performed that well, I was curious if a RAID 0 configuration would help give them a boost to get closer to my fabulous NVMe performance. That answer was decidedly no, with only about 1/6 the NVMe speeds achieved. However, with my NVMe drives now throwing SMART alerts I'll stick with this setup until the farmer fills up or they fail. Whatever happens first.
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Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 06-24-2022 Crypto Conversion to Chia Complete View Webcam for 06-24-2022 NO COMMENTS
After completely converting my old crypto mining machine above my fridge from Ethereum proof-of-work GPU mining to Chia proof-of-space farming, I decided to spruce it up a bit. Instead of hiding it on top of my dusty fridge I decided to turn it into an art piece and mount it on my wall. Of course you can follow along at my dedicated status page or my chia wallet. With all my GPUs sold at maximum profit, that leaves two spare PCs with nothing to do except mine Raptoreum until their CPUs burn out.
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