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CQC install setup question
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I currently have all my CQC setup on my main i3NUC... I am thinking of changing it and was looking for a little feedback.

I want to end up with a Celeron CQC Server, a i3NUC Media Server/ Internet/photoshop machine, and a i3 NUC Openelec/XBMC Media Server.

1. So for my CQC server: What software should i have on here? Should I have all of the CQC options on here? SHould I install my 2 HDHomerun dual tuners here... Or on the i3NUC Media/everything PC?

2. i3NUC Media/Server/Photoshop: What do I install from CQC... Editor, viewer, Admin?

3. i3NUC Openelec/XBMC: leave the same?

I have 2 media servers in case I do any updates and something goes wrong... I don't have to go back in and set everything up again... You know Murphy, right?

All of my media is stored on a Atom UnRaid NAS.
tia, Ron

My Mexico Retirement HT...
Yamaha CX-A5100, (2) MiniDSP DDRC-88M, (4) JBL 8340As, (4) JBL 8320s), PS3, Intel NUCs, (2) Furman rack conditioners, Panamorph UH-480 anamorphic lens, Oppo 203, DIY B&O 14 channel amp, Pro-Ject RPM Turntable. In progress, DIY audio rack, and Synergy horns.
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For the client tools, generally you'd always install them on the master server, just in case you ever want to make changes when you are there at it locally. For other machines, if you think you'll ever want to make changes there, install the client tools. It costs you nothing in terms of performance.

For the optional stuff (web server, RIVA server, XMLGW) it's just a matter of whether you actually need them there or not. On the media server, probably not. So you'd probably just install device driver support and maybe client tools if you want to configure the system from there.
Dean Roddey
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Dean Roddey Wrote:For the client tools, generally you'd always install them on the master server, just in case you ever want to make changes when you are there at it locally. For other machines, if you think you'll ever want to make changes there, install the client tools. It costs you nothing in terms of performance.

For the optional stuff (web server, RIVA server, XMLGW) it's just a matter of whether you actually need them there or not. On the media server, probably not. So you'd probably just install device driver support and maybe client tools if you want to configure the system from there.

So for the main CQC Server I will install everything, and on the Media/Everything I just install the Client tools, correct? Will I be able to do the following with client tools:
1: CQC viewer
2: CQC Editor
3: CQC Event
tia, Ron

My Mexico Retirement HT...
Yamaha CX-A5100, (2) MiniDSP DDRC-88M, (4) JBL 8340As, (4) JBL 8320s), PS3, Intel NUCs, (2) Furman rack conditioners, Panamorph UH-480 anamorphic lens, Oppo 203, DIY B&O 14 channel amp, Pro-Ject RPM Turntable. In progress, DIY audio rack, and Synergy horns.
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Those things are included in client tools.
Dean Roddey
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