Share your Jellyfin server setup

Please share your Jellyfin server setup :slight_smile:

Operating System
Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit
CPU
AMD Athlon X4 860K
RAM
8.00GB
Motherboard
ASRock FM2A78M-ITX+
Graphics
1024MB NVIDIA GeForce 210
Storage
149GB Hitachi [boot]
3TB Western Digital
2TB Western Digital
320GB Western Digital
1TB Western Digital
Network
Gigabit LAN, 18Mbps Up

This has been running Plex (and now Jellyfin) for just under 4 years to around 4-5 users. 1 x local [original quality], 2 x 720p, 1-2 SD]

1200 movies
50 TV shows
1500 albums

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I used your template :kissing_heart:

Operating System
unRAID PRO 6.6.6
CPU
Dual Xeon E5-2630L v2
RAM
32GB DDR3 ECC
Motherboard
Supermicro X9DRI-LN4F+
Graphics
none
Storage
~170TB amongst 26 drives (10TB, 8TB, 4TB, 3TB)
500GB 850 EVO cache
500GB 860 EVO unassigned device (for plex & other docker containers)
Network
Gigabit LAN
10GBe Mellanox pcie card

6400 movies
1400 TV shows
0 albums

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Very nice, thanks for sharing.

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Operating System
Windows 10 Insider Prerelease 64-bit
CPU
Intel Core i7-6700 @ 3.40 GHz
RAM
16.00GB
Motherboard
Custom ASUS
Graphics
8 GB NVIDIA GeForce 1070
Storage
1 TB TOSHIBA DT01ACA100 HDD
2TB Seagate Portable HDD
Network
Gigabit LAN, 125Mbps Up

38 movies
8 TV shows
32 albums

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Thanks. I dream of better upload speed.

Operating System
Ubuntu 18.04 / Docker - ESXi VM
CPU
Xeon-D 1541, Supermicro embedded board, 4 cores dedicated for the Jellyfin VM
RAM
8.00GB (for the VM, 256GB overall for the host)
Storage
FreeNAS ZFS RAID-10 48TB array for media, NVMe 512GB for ESXi VMs.
Network
10 Gigabit LAN, 18Mbps Up, 80MB Down

Movies: 4218
TV series, complete : 192
Music : 38000 tracks, 1276 albums

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@TravisBickle - using your template

Operating System
unRAID Plus 6.7.0 rc4
CPU
Intel i9-7900x
RAM
64GB DDR4
Motherboard
Aorus x299 Gaming 9
Graphics
Nvidia Quadro P2000
Storage
32TB
Cache
2 x 512GB PM961 Samsung NVME Raid 1
Network
Gigabit LAN
10GBe Mellanox pcie card

400 movies
20 TV shows
100 albums

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Nice setup, thanks for sharing.

Ex PLEX user now. So far works fine for my needs.

Operating System
Debian 64
CPU
Intel NUC
RAM
8.00GB
Graphics
Some sort of Intel graphics, I run the NUC headless
Storage
256GB Samsung M2 SSD [boot]
2TB Seagate
Network
Cheap Netgear Router

Media is served to 2 Rasperry PIs. One wired, one wifi. Much of the media is recorded TV from a Windows 7 Media Center. Some movies are DVD rips. Some I found on a second hand external drive and I cleaned house on a laptop that was full of rips.

My NUC has some sort of i7.

Pretty measly in comparison but I’m Direct Play only, does the job.

Jellyfin Server Hardware
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

Jellyfin Server OS
DietPi

Storage Hardware
HP Microserver N54L (4.9 TB total):

  • 3 TB Western Digital Red
  • 3 TB Western Digital Red
  • 2 TB Samsung (generic ripped out of an external HDD)
  • 500 GB Western Digital (taken from an Apple Time Capsule)

Storage Software
XPEnology using Synology’s SHR sharing via NFS

Network
Gigabit LAN
Orbi Mesh

Clients
Wired:

  • Odroid C2 + LibreELEC & Emby for Kodi add-on (need to change to Jellyfin for Kodi)
  • LG OLED WebOS DLNA

Wireless:

  • Apple TV 4 + MrMC (bit flakey using the Emby service)
  • Fire TV Stick 1st Gen + Kodi & Emby for Kodi add-on (need to change to Jellyfin for Kodi)
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Thanks for sharing. Great to see such varied setups.

Hi guys, here’s my humble setup:

Operating System
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
CPU
AMD A6-7400K
RAM
8.00GB
Motherboard
Gigabyte GA-F2A68HM-H
Graphics
Radeon R5
Storage
Kingston 120 SSD (OS)
320GB Samsung
1TB Hitachi
1TB Western Digital
250GB Western Digital
Network
Gigabit LAN

502 movies
41 TV shows
2120 albums

Thanks for reading! :relieved:

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Thanks for sharing man.

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CPU
Intel i5-6500T (4 cores)
Mainboard
Gigabyte GA-H170-D3HP
RAM
2x16 GB Corsair RAM
Graphics
MSI Geforce GT 1030 2G LP OC
Storage
2x240 GB SSD (RAID 1)
4x3 TB WD Red (RAID 5)
TV-Receiver
DVBSky S952 Dual DVB-S2 PCIe-Card
Network
Gigabit LAN, Ubiquiti Switch & UAP-AC-Pro

Operating System
Debian Linux 10 (“Buster”) with Xen 4.8.5 (as Host-System and most VMs)
About 10 always running VMs, mostly Debian Linux, one Win10, one Router-VM

Jellyfin VM-Setup:
2 vCPU cores
4GB RAM
20GB LVM-Volume in RAID 1
Access to RAID 5 through NFS (served by another VM)
Access to TV-tuner through TVHeadend (serverd by another VM)
Geforce 1030 (passthrough from host)

Clients:
4 Android and 3 Windows devices via LAN
10 Users with external access (10MBit Upload, but upgrading to 40MBit soon)

I’ve got this setup running for about half a year, tweaked it for the first 3 months, then gave out the accounts and shut down the old Serviio-VM. Never looked back since!

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Nice one, thanks for sharing.