My development machine. All run on separate ZFS pools. Latest BIOS and firmware versions will be needed for stable operation. The memory I had worked stable after the last two AGESA updates.Gigabyte AX370-Gaming K5-CF
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Eight-Core Processor
4 x 16 GB 2133 MHz Kingston RAM
Samsung SSD 960 PRO 1TB (NVMe)
Crucial MX300 1TB (SSD)
HGST Ultrastar 7K6000 4TB
would you run production on it for a small company?My development machine. All run on separate ZFS pools. Latest BIOS and firmware versions will be needed for stable operation. The memory I had worked stable after the last two AGESA updates.
Yes, I know but only the ASrock micro ATX boards seems to support ECC.So long as the MB supports it, ECC works fine on Ryzen/Threadripper. See:
I have a Ryzen 1600 in my home PC and I do know that the AMD processors are very "picky" on there memory support.Afaik many ASRock Ryzen Boards have ECC support enabled by default.
I doubt it has anything with the memory controller to do. ECC is even an official supported feature on the Ryzen Threadripper platform.
Jul 26 13:22:52 threadripper kernel: [ 0.144002] EDAC MC: Ver: 3.0.0 Jul 26 13:22:52 threadripper kernel: [ 4.482056] EDAC amd64: Node 0: DRAM ECC enabled.
Depends on the number of VMs and how fast or slow your system has to operate.It would have a max memory of 64GB. If you then for example would have 48TB of zfs storage, would there be enough memory available to run VM's?