Android Question I need a local server, can I request an advice ?

Discussion in 'Android Questions' started by achtrade, Jun 10, 2015.

  1. achtrade

    achtrade Active Member Licensed User

    I need a local server in my house, I'll use this server as a web server with MySQL. My doubts are:

    1. Should I use Ubunto or Windows Server 2012 Std Edition ( I'd prefer Ubunto) ?
    2. What kind of hardware specs should I looking for ?

    This server will serve only to start my business, so I don't need the best of the best. I would get a more powerful server later. Of course, the cheapest solution should be fine for me.

    I'm thinking to buy a DELL server, but I'm not sure if this can work.




    Module Description
    PowerEdge T110 IIPowerEdge T110 II Chassis with Cabled 4x3.5 Hard Drives
    Operating System: Windows Server® 2012,Standard Ed,Factory Install,No MED,2 Socket,2 VMs
    Shipping: Shipping for PowerEdge T110 II
    Memory: 8GB Memory (1x8GB), 1600Mhz, Dual Ranked, Low Volt UDIMM (speed is CPU dependent)
    Processor: Intel® Xeon® E3-1230v2 3.30 GHz, 8M Cache, Turbo, Quad Core/8T (69W)
    Primary Hard Drive: HD Multi-Select
    Internal Controller: No Controller
    Embedded Management: Baseboard Management Controller
    Internal Optical Drive: DVD Drive, Internal
    System Documentation: Edocs and OpenManage DVD
    Hard Drive Configuration: Onboard SATA, 1-4 Hard Drives connected to onboard SATA Controller -No RAID
    Warranty & Service: 1Yr Basic Hardware Warranty Repair: 5x10 HW-Only, 5x10 NBD Onsite
    Installation Services: No Installation
    Remote Consulting Service: Declined Remote Consulting Service
    OS Partitions: 80GB Microsoft OS Partition Override
    Power Cords: NEMA 5-15P to C13 Wall Plug, 125 Volt, 15 AMP, 10 Feet (3m), Power Cord
    OS Media kits: Windows Server® 2012, Standard Edition, Media Kit
    Hard Drives (Multi-Select): 500GB 7.2K RPM SATA 3Gbps 3.5in Cabled Hard Drive
    Network Adapter: On-Board Single Gigabit Network Adapter
     
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2015
  2. NJDude

    NJDude Expert Licensed User

    The question is, what use will this server have? if it's just to tinker around you don't need a server, just install a WebServer software (there are tons of them on the interwebz) and you're set, but, if we are talking production, then I would suggest a hosted service.
     
  3. achtrade

    achtrade Active Member Licensed User

    This is for a production but I can't use a hosted server because my apps are using RDC. In this moment, I'm using a server of a friend but now I need my own server.
     
  4. NJDude

    NJDude Expert Licensed User

    Running "home based servers" are problematic, because you have only 1 server, which means, it will choke with requests (bandwidth), and in the case of failure, say bye-bye to your business, like I mentioned above, if you are doing this for business then look for a business solution.
     
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  5. achtrade

    achtrade Active Member Licensed User

    Ok, any suggestion to find a business solution where I can install the RDC server ?
     
  6. achtrade

    achtrade Active Member Licensed User

  7. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    All providers will support MySQL.
     
  8. KMatle

    KMatle Expert Licensed User

    Do you really need RDC? Using PHP & MySql is easy and is supported even by "cheap" hosters...
     
  9. achtrade

    achtrade Active Member Licensed User

    Yes, I need it because I had a lot of troubles when I used PHP, I had to change everything to RDC
     
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