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Manage Multiple Servers/VMs

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Sooooo I was wondering on what yaw use to mange multiple servers/VMs?

Like I have a few Ubuntu Servers, CentOS servers and even a few Windows Server 2016 servers floating around. OH and cant forget about the half dozen RPIs around the house.

It would be nice to have some sort of thing so it would be easy to flip between screens or something to update them.

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I forget the Raspberry PIs

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5 hours ago, 1812 said:

browser tabs/bookmarks and done.

That might work for unraid servers but not well for command lines.

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3 minutes ago, demonmaestro said:

That might work for unraid servers but not well for command lines.

ask on an unraid forum, get an unraid based answer ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

might be time to buy yourself a kvm switch.

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1 hour ago, 1812 said:

ask on an unraid forum, get an unraid based answer ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

might be time to buy yourself a kvm switch.

Okay okay. I ran into that one. But in my defense I did say other server types in the initial post. 😂

A KVM won't work because some of the machines are VM based. 

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25 minutes ago, demonmaestro said:

Okay okay. I ran into that one. But in my defense I did say other server types in the initial post. 😂

A KVM won't work because some of the machines are VM based. 

Get a KVM to manage all the physical servers

Get another Pi, run a DE on it. Connect to the VMs via browser/VNC/RDP. Add this Pi to the KVM. Solved.

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