Hello everyone! Mods here 😊

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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  • Vijay Prema@fosstodon.org
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    @devve

    - Nextcloud
    - Miniflux
    - Gitlab
    - HomeAssistant
    - Wallabag
    - Ghost (for my personal blog)
    - Umami analytics
    - Searx NG
    - OnlyOffice document server
    - ntfy
    - Lychee
    - LAMP Stack
    - TheLounge (IRC web client)
    - Cockpit (server manager)
    - RSSHub
    - Jellyfin
    - Adguard

    On an Intel NUC in my closet.

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      Umami analytics looks exactly like what I was looking for. Thanks! ntfy looks very useful as well.

  • Elbullazul@lem.elbullazul.com
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    • Audiobookshelf
    • Calckey
    • Gitea
    • Grafana + Prometheus
    • Homeassistant
    • Jellyfin
    • KitchenOwl
    • Navidrome
    • Nextcloud
    • Wallabag

    and lemmy of course 🙂

  • grk@lemmy.world
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    vSphere cluster on 3 HP Mini EliteDesks:


    Standalone Lenovo TS140:


    Synology DS1821+:

    • 64TB Raw, 2TB NVMe Cache
    • MeTube
    • Backup Sync to Google Drive

    Misc:

    • RIPE Atlas Probe
    • All networking gear is Unifi. UDM Pro, USW Aggregation, USW Pro 48 PoE, U6 Pro, U6 In-Wall, 3 USW Flex Minis. 10G SFP+ connections between UDM Pro and switches.
    • Hexarei@beehaw.org
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      Ok, you’ve got me curious - Why 3 different active directory domain controllers?

      • grk@lemmy.world
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        Just for redundancy! One DC VM per physical vSphere host. Each DC also handles internal DNS records for my network.

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    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
  • Kage@discuss.tchncs.de
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    Proxmox on a self-built rackserver (Will be building a second one for a proxmox cluster):

    • Pi-Hole (primary)
    • Home Assistant
    • 2 Docker Hosts (One for Eval, one for Prod)

    Raspberry Pi Zero for Pi-Hole (secondary)

    On my Docker Host (All in docker-compose):

    • Heimdall (Personal Dashboard)
    • Portainer (Docker GUI)
    • baikal (CAL & CADdav)
    • vaultwarden (Password Manager)
    • bookstack (Documentation, kinda abandoned because im lazy)
    • changedetection(.)io (Monitoring Websites for Changes, useful for changelogs or price monitoring)
    • cloudflare-ddns (DDNS because dynamic IP Adresses…)
    • Grafana & InfluxDB (Dashboard and Database for Stats)
    • linkding (Bookmarks aka “Have to read someday”)
    • mealie (Reciepe manager)
    • neko (Watch2gether but in selfhosted and more capable imo)
    • nginx proxy manager (Reverse Proxy with GUI)
    • paperless-ngx (Document manager with OCR)
    • semaphore ui (Ansible GUI with sheduled tasks)
    • Uptime Kuma (Status Monitoring)
    • watchtower (Automatic updates of my docker containers because im lazy)

    A Synology DS220+ for local Storage

    A 5TB Hetzner Storage Box for Backups (encrypted)

    A Rootserver for Games and some testing in the wild (Currently Windows, will be switched to ubuntu)

    Hetzner Cloud Server with mailcow on it

  • bosse@sh.itjust.works
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    1 year ago

    I have a rented server with 8 Xeon E3-1246 and 64GB at Hetzner where I host:

    • Vaultwarden
    • Gitlab (git repo, container registry, static blog (pages with Hugo))
    • Drawio (Diagrams)
    • Kroki (for Gitlab)
    • Gitlab runner
    • FreshRSS
    • Nextcloud
    • Redis
    • Headscale (Tailscale server)
    • Keycloak
    • MariaDB
    • PostgreSQL
    • Plex
    • Privacybin
    • Wallabag
    • Hedgedoc

    It’s all behind a Traefik instance handling Let’s Encrypt and using the Docker socket to route traffic based on labels in docker-compose.yml. Behind these I also run k3s and from time to time some VMs. I also have a 1TB storage pod at Hetzner where I use restic to back everything up from this instance as well as from my home system and laptops.

  • Marxine@lemmy.world
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    I joined to learn, still not self-hosting anything, but I intend to use an 11yo Compaq laptop (i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD) as a server while I’m still practicing. I intend to self-host a lemmy instance and a nextcloud server.

    Thanks for everything you guys have been sharing I’ve already got some good leads, gonna try out YunoHost for starters

  • AtmaJnana@lemmy.world
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    • Pihole

    • Sonarr

    • Radarr

    • Lidarr

    • Notifiarr

    • Sabzbd

    • Nicotine+

    • Kodi

    • Plex

    • Airsonic

    • Nextcloud

    • Joplin

    • qbittorrent

    Currently split between VMs and physicals. I’m refactoring these ,with plans to build out and migrate much of it to a minipc proxmox cluster.

    Adding:

    • proxmox

    • podman/portainer

    • unbound

    • ngnx proxy mgr

    • Solid server

    • homepage

    • matrix

    • searxng

    • some sort of mail stack, TBD

  • oolong@lemmy.world
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    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
  • devve@lemmy.worldOPM
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    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 👀🦎

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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?

  • Catsrules@lemmy.ml
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    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@lemmy.worldOPM
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      If there is RAM to spare… one more selfhosted service can’t be bad hahaha

  • lungdart@lemmy.ca
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    • jellyfin and Plex (in the process of migrating)
    • radarr/sonarr
    • jackett and deluge
    • nextcloud

    I’ve had new hardware in the basement now for a while, going to slap it together and build a k8s cluster on top of rancher/harvester

      • lungdart@lemmy.ca
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        I migrated from Plex to jellyfin.

        I tried it out when I couldn’t get HEVC files to steam on Plex, and i liked it!

        It doesn’t have the full ecosystem around it that Plex does, but that’s fine by me.

  • Hellmo_Luciferrari@lemmy.world
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    My “Home Lab” loosely put, is an amalgamation of this:

    Docker and Docker Compose installed on Ubuntu on a Dell PowerEdge 530 and on that docker host I have: -Portainer

    -Nginx Proxy Manager

    -Cloudflare Dynamic DNS

    -Chromium

    -Dozzle

    -Gluetun

    -Homarr

    -Jellyfin

    -Kanboard

    -Komga

    -Radarr

    -Lidarr

    -Sonarr

    -Navodrome

    -netbooyxyz (work in progress)

    -Prowlarr

    -qBittorrent

    -Pairdrop

    -Resilio-Sync

    -Searxng

    -Siganl CLI container for alerts

    -Uptime Kuma

    -VSCode

    -WikiJS

    -Watchtower

    On one of my Pi’s:

    -Pihole

    -Pialert

    -fail2ban

    -PIVPN

    -Unbound

    The weakest part of my setup arguably is between my storage “solution” and my networking setup.

    Storage is just a bunch of large drives in the Dell. Next upgrade is a new router solution, but still use my current router for a wireless access point strictly for IOT and putting my other devices on separate VLANs.

    I was thinking about getting a Nextcloud going, but not sure I want to as of right now.

  • Rescuer6394@feddit.nl
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    Available from internet:

    • jellyfin
    • jellyseerr
    • immich
    • paperless-ngx
    • owncloud ocis
    • traefik
    • homarr

    Available only from local:

    • the *arr stack
    • qbittorrent
    • jackett
    • watchtower
    • apprise
    • netdata (kinda new, still have to fully understand how it works)
    • portainer
    • speedtest-tracker
    • homepage

    Security

    All the services available from internet, just goes through traefik to terminate https, I rely on the build in authentication of each service. To add another layer of security, I have fail2ban active on all those services.

    I have a public IP, and I have open on my router ports 80, 443, a random port for ssh and vpn.

    Hardware:

    Memory:
      System RAM: total: 8 GiB available: 7.73 GiB used: 4.46 GiB (57.7%)
      Report: arrays: 1 slots: 4 modules: 2 type: DDR3
    CPU:
      Info: 6-core model: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T bits: 64 type: MCP cache: L2: 3 MiB
    Graphics:
      Device-1: NVIDIA GP107 [GeForce GTX 1050 Ti] driver: nvidia v: 535.98
    

    docker compose files

    All the docker compose files + how I configured everything is available at: https://github.com/simone-viozzi/my-server

    Bonus:

    Since I like the ability of btrfs to do snapshots, I created all important docker volumes as btrfs subvolumes. Then I created a backup script that literally sends the subvolume (encrypted) to an external cloud. This does not allow incremental backups and most likely is not the best backup solution… but it works… the repo is: https://github.com/simone-viozzi/btrfs2cloud-backup

    I welcome any advice / criticism!