Ah, it’s actually to support all the network services (nginx proxy, web hosting, DNS sinkhole, caching, backup, thin-client environment, etc.) at home
I setup the macOS VM mainly for my home’s content cache server (for apple services, iOS updates, etc.), have around 13 apple devices at home
Yea, full spec ones are really exp where the same money can be used to build a pretty sick machine. This is my first time setting up hackintosh, lots of things to fix to get it to work properly.
Talking about the ease of use for Proxmox, I really couldn’t digest it at first, especially Proxmox way of handling disk/partition type/content, it took me 4 re-install of Proxmox to finally setup my disc partition correctly (single disk setup)
after spending a day with it, I would say it’s easy to use and convenient, initial learning curve is very steep though (also due to the way I set it up, which all of the tutorials go for multi disk ZFS, etc.). Initially I would rate it at probably 3/10, after one day of tinkering with it, 8/10
Nice. So you're running Proxmox of one SSD? Are you passing through any HD for the macOS? Cause my research says, we can put in all on the same Proxmox install but baremetal speed is much better if we passthrough the HD for the OS that we need. I have only Hackintosh-ed a laptop before and that was crazy, need to make sure the laptop came with the right specs. But yeah, it was well worth it. A MacBook Pro-ish for RM3k with CD Drive. Hahaha!