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Hey guys. I have a HP DL360 G7 at home that I used for BOINC. Since Electricity prices went so high here in Germany I cant afford it anymore to run 100% for 24/7. What can I do with this thing now? I have a few 500GB HDDs and a SSD for this Server. Any cool tips?

Forgot to mention: It has 2x Xeon L5640 and 24GB RAM.

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  1. Look into wake-on-lan or automate iLO so you keep it turned off and only remotely power it on when you want to use it. Otherwise just bring it to a depot.

  2. I’ve got a set of similar old servers that I use on rare occasions, due to the power costs. I use them for some development work on compression software. But what you could do with yours? Unfortunately, not much. It’s just the age: Those processors were made for performance, not efficiency.

    You’re looking at 120W on full load for the processors alone, so probably around 200W for the whole system. 5KWh per day. German electricity price is 32c/KWh even before the price spike hit, so that’s about €1.60 per day. €48/month. Probably more than that right now, with the power shortage driving up prices.

    If your power comes with an off-peak price, you might be able to set up a timer to run the server only at night. That would get more processing time for your money. But in general, it’s time to retire it now.

  3. Sell the server and drives and buy a RPi and a couple USB drives or get a RPi SATA hat with a few 512GB SSD’s and call it day.

  4. Pick yourself up a low power 3000 series atom board. They can scale to 16 threads. I have the 8 thread with 32 gigs and it’s under 45 watts at full throttle. Agree with others. Donate, get a low power atom, XeonD or rpi 4

  5. Donate it to a hacker space. The thing is an antique, unfortunately. There’s no way to make it more efficient.