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Tell us, what services do you selfhost? Extra points for selfhosted hardware infrastructure.

Feel free to take it as a chance to present yourself to the community!

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Presi300
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I don’t selfhost very much compared to other people and my hardware’s pretty much either all literally found in the garbage or 2nd hand, but here it is

PiHole

WireGuard server that passes trough pihole adblocking

Homarr (lol)

Deluge

The system is mostly a NAS that I also run the occasinal general purpose VM off of, here are the specs for the 3 ppl that care:

CPU: AMD FX-8320E

RAM: 16GB

Storage: 5x2TB Seagate something something 7200RPM in RAIDz1, 128 GB random chinese SSD (mostly for VMs and apps) the, OS runs off of a flash drive

OS: TrueNAS scale

@WezXL@lemmy.world
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01Y

Starting to fall down the rabbit hole of self hosting,

Unraid, Plex & Pihole. Next project is Opnsense, then starting to look at Home Assistant.

@oolong@lemmy.world
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11Y

I have a used Lenovo Thinkcentre mini with an i3-7100T and 16gb RAM. I have Ubuntu server LTS installed on it and I run everything in docker containers.

I host:

  • jellyfin server for my friends and family
  • qbittorrent to download for the JF server(behind a VPN)
  • Jellyseerr for requests
  • Jackett, Sonarr, and Radarr for downloads
  • a Minecraft server
@Catsrules@lemmy.ml
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51Y

Been self hosting for over a decade at this point. Mix of custom built servers and surplus hardware over the years.

To name a few of my daily servers.

  • home assistant
  • paperless-ng
  • jellyfin
  • nextcloud
  • blue iris
  • audiobook shelf

With docker being so easy I have kind of lost track how much stuff i am hosting. A problem i never thought i would have :)

devve
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11Y

If there is RAM to spare… one more selfhosted service can’t be bad hahaha

@dodgypast@lemmy.world
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21Y

Plex+arrs etc Nextcloud Komga SWAG Photoprism HA

128TB.

My main hypervisor is proxmox which runs an unraid vm with the iGPU passed through to accelerate PLEX and disk controllers to manage the storage. I also have 2 Endeavour OS VMs, one that runs Thunderbird and Insync. Another that has a quadro p2000 passed through to tinker with. I also have a homeassistant vm and a proxmox CT running docker.

I’m working up to transitioning the dockers on unraid to a proxmox container but at the same time if it’s not broke why fix it.

I also want to mess with networking by putting in OPNsense or pfsense and routing some traffic through a vps.

@kalpol@lemmy.world
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11Y

I did this with a VPS pfsense instance linked to my local pfsense via site to site VPN, and haproxy for email to get a static IP. Worked very well.

devve
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1Y

I will go first 😌

I selfhost codimd, vaultwarden, kuma, immich, home assistant, trilium, hugo, gotify, wakapi and umami. I have one VPS and one custom built NAS at home.

I read you 👀🦎

BrightCandle
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Hugo? As in your generated site or you have some sort of service that costs hugo that generates and deploys your site or something else?

Have a PC in the basement acting as a server.

  • Microk8s on Ubuntu Server
  • Custom-written experimental NodeJS app to help when playing D&D
  • Keycloak to act as an IDP
  • Cloudflare tunnel to receive traffic
  • Valheim server (temporarily – I moved this back to local)
  • Wiki.js
@Mchl@lemmy.world
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1Y

Hello

Let’s have a look at the inventory

  • RPI 4B

    • OpenHab (Openhabian actually, so some additional services like Zigbee2MQTT or Grafana)
  • HP EliteDesk 800 G2 i5-6500T, 8GiB RAM - this one is currently the mainstay of my lab, running containers with docker-compose

    • Nginx as reverse proxy (+ fail2ban, letsencrypt)
    • Paperless-ngx (+ Redis, Tika, Gotenberg)
    • Jellyfin
    • Minecraft server (+ Mapcrafter)
    • ddclient
    • Heimdall
  • Dell OptiPlex 7060 Micro i7-8700T 32GiB RAM

    • I’ve gotten this one fairly recently. A real bargain - costed as much as the CPU alone and was in pristine condition. I will be migrating the workload from EliteDesk to this one. I decided to try ProxMox this time though, so I need to learn a bit first. Also perhaps add a second SSD
@7u5k3n@lemmy.world
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How does mapcrafter run for you now? I’m hosting a vanilla server and that’s exactly what I need to see our map. I’m just concerned that it doesn’t function properly now due to recent updates.

Thanks!

@kalpol@lemmy.world
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31Y

A Lack Rack with VMWare and TrueNAS servers, pfsense, Jellyfin, Zoneminder, web/email, Nextcloud, Minecraft, LineageOS build machine, …other stuff

@maya329@lemmy.world
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11Y

Currently self-hosting on an old HP Z600 I bought second hand with the following specs:

  • CPU — 2x Intel® Xeon® CPU X5660 @ 2.80GHz
  • RAM — 96GB ECC DDR3 (6*16GB)
  • Disks — 4TB HDD for Ubuntu, 10TB HDD for NextCloud and 2TB Sata SSD for Docker

For services, I’m currently running the following:

Docker

  • Portainer — CF Tunnel
  • FreshRSS — CF Tunnel
  • ArchiveBox — CF Tunnel
  • Adguard Home — Local
  • 2x Uptime Kuma — CF Tunnel
  • LinkAce — CF Tunnel
  • TheLounge — CF Tunnel
  • Watchtower — Local

For public access dockers

  • Feedropolis
  • Mirotalk SFU
  • FiveFilters RSS
  • Taiga
  • 2x Mattermost Servers
  • 8x Wordpress Staging Sites
  • 1x Wordpress Dev Sites

For ubuntu, I’m running a few services and apps like:

  • ScreamingFrog -9 sites using LAMP stack
  • Aria2c with AriaNG
  • NextCloud
  • Plex
  • 4x WebHooks server for communities
  • Couple of API end points using Apache reverse proxy
  • OpenVPN
  • CrowdSec
@blotz@lemmy.world
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11Y

CF Tunnel

Cloud Flare tunnel? If so, Could you point me in the direction of some resources for cloudflare tunnels! I always feel like i’m stumbling around in the dark when i’m trying to configure a cloudflare tunnel! :P

@maya329@lemmy.world
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01Y

Hey, I don’t really have any resource, I also stumble and mess with it myself until I got the hang of it. I guess I can write a blogpost on how Cloudflare Tunnel actually works and how to configure it easily.

I’ll update you once I do.

@KelsonV@lemmy.world
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11Y

On my own hardware: At home I have a Raspberry Pi 4 running JellyFin as a local media server, also experimenting with PiHole. One of these days I’d like to pull my NextCloud server in-house.

VPS: Nextcloud (including calendar, notes, contacts & RSS/Atom), GoToSocial, WordPress, Gemini, and personal website with a mix of home-grown parts and sections managed through Eleventy.

I’ve also experimented with self-hosting Calckey , Snac2 and Mastodon, but Mastodon’s too heavy for a single user and Snac2 is lighter than I want to go with for now. I may try Calckey again at some point, though.

Eventually I’d like to set up Wallabag and migrate from Pocket.

@HybridSarcasm@lemmy.world
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11Y

Just in case it’s helpful, here’s my docker-compose file for Wallabag behind traefik: https://pastebin.com/b2VEbxae

@monotux@lemmy.world
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21Y

Also have a look at omnivore as a pocket alternative!

@beigegull@lemmy.world
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41Y

I’ve got a couple VPSes, hosting

  • Mailcow, because email is identity.
  • Asterisk, because phone #s are also identity.
  • Matrix-Synapse, for personal messaging even though XMPP is probably better.
  • ttrss, even though it’s junk software with a jerk developer.
  • A bunch of self-developed web apps

Self hosting email is obnoxious, but it’s also one of the only remnants of the traditional distributed internet that’s still broadly accepted.

Anarch157a
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31Y

Have you tried FreshRSS for feeds ? I’m pretty happy with it.

Hi, could you detail how you utilise Asterisk?

@iruga@lemmy.world
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21Y

Hi everyone! I’m a big fan of self hosting :)

I have a dedicated server in Hetzner

  • Intel Core i7-8700
  • 2x SSD M.2 NVMe 1 TB
  • 4x RAM 32768 MB DDR4

Been running it for almost a year without any issues. I host several things there. I’m using caprover.com for managing my deployments since I contributed on the project a few years ago and it’s so easy to get started.

Some of the things I host there:

  • nextcloud
  • MySQL
  • Postgres
  • privatebin
  • some Hasura instances
  • Kuma (for monitoring)
  • Browserless Chrome (which I use for web scrapping)
  • Plausible (analytics)
  • A private Ragnarok Online Server

I have setup a cron job that dumps my all of my databases (Postgres and MySQL) to my Google drive every midnight.

Hope this can help as inspiration for anyone else. Cheers!

@pHr34kY@lemmy.world
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61Y

Host all the things!

Wordpress, SMTP/IMAP, tor, bittorrent, Nextcloud, Plex, NTP, photo galleries, DoT…

I even started hosting the website for my local Italian restaurant and they haven’t even realised it yet.

Wait, what? How are hosting someone else’s website?

@pHr34kY@lemmy.world
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151Y

OK, here’s how it happened.

I was hungry, and I wanted to see the menu for my local pizza joint. I couldn’t find it anywhere.

I discovered that all their socials linked to a website that wouldn’t load. When I checked, the domain had lapsed.

Out of frustration, I purchased the domain and pulled the last snapshot of their website off archive.org. It had their full menu as a PDF.

6 months later and it’s still getting visitors from their facebook page, who are viewing the menu. They haven’t even realised.

@BloodSlut@lemmy.world
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71Y

I strive to be this level of…

Whatever this is

@hakunawazo@lemmy.world
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18M

Currently I play around with a Raspi 4 8GB with docker-compose. Most services are accessible with VPN only:
Caddy (as easy reverse proxy)
Portainer (container dashboard)
Linkding (bookmarks)
Baikal (calendar, todo list to sync with Android by caldav)
Agendav (web calendar frontend)
Dillinger (browser markdown editor with PDF export)
Trilium (note app)
Syncthing (google drive/onedrive alternative)
Seafile (file sharing)
Jellyfin (media server)

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