Hyper-V host axis, or one of the server roles?


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Task.
In the presence of the server R-Style Marshall 2110 with 5 hard drives, combined in RAID-10. Must be installed on the server:
1) Windows 2008 standard R2, which will be addressed in a short-term task requiring large resources of memory and fast disk. Used role, IIS, FileServer.
2) the FreeBSD — mail, ftp, http, fileserver. A special burden on these services is not planned.
It was decided to use Hyper-V.
Question.
How best to solve the problem
a) Hyper-V as host system, Windows, and FreeBSD guest
b) Hyper-V as a role in Windows 2008
c given the fact that I would like to monitor the screws on the subject of failure (and theoretically faster drive will work if you will write directly on the hard, not the hard drive)?
Are there any pitfalls?
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Option a is certainly better in terms of management systems.
Problem with FreeBSD of course there are
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suggest to replace FreeBSD more friendly to the hyper-v Linux (Debian, tsentos).
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given the fact that I would like to check the screws for signs of failure

Go to the manufacturers website and see if there are any means of control/monitoring controller for a Hyper-V Server or Windows Server Core, and then from the program depends, as it will notify about problems. If in the event log, you can configure the server event log subscription, if snmp monitoring of any supply, and he may be e-mail notifications to send you can.
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Yes, and theoretically the faster the drive will work if you will write directly on the hard, not the hard drive

The difference is not so significant to complicate your life and do not have possibility normally to move the VM to another server or sbekapit in its entirety.
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P. S. I can purchase a hardware raid controller from the list of HCL and put VMware ESXi Free, for your purposes it should be sufficient, and virtualization of FreeBSD are better.
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