Yesterday marked a sad day in my house. Lofwyr, my trusty Windows Home Server that soldiered on flawlessly since the early betas, was retired.
The two 1TB and the two 500GB drives were pulled and installed in my desktop machine (Ghostwalker).
The router, switch and cable modem that sat on it were relocated out of the closet and by Ghostwalker.
The two backup external 500GB WD drives were moved again to Ghostwalker, alongside with the new 3TB WD.
The Maxtor 300GB that accompained me in the states from its native Canada is now silent and sad after 7 years of continuous operation.
I left Lofwyr in his box with the 80GB system drive and two 400GB ATA drives, powered down, as an additional insurance if anything goes bad in transferring all my data to Ghostwalker, but his fate is written.
I have a serverless household.
Goodbye old friend, you served me well.