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zqfmbg

So let's see if I have this straight:

Solaris: ZFS. Less power management. UPnP media servers act weird. Power draw with one spun-down hard drive: 50 W. Needs 2 GB of memory for ZFS not to do weird things (like pause rsyncs while writing).

Linux: No ZFS. 35 W power draw, one hard drive spun down. 512 MB of memory is probably sufficient.

FreeBSD: ZFS, but it's experimental.

ESXi, Linux + Solaris: 46 W power draw (no hard drive spindown capability, so that 46 W is with one spinning platter, and my full setup would probably be at least 62 W). Needs more memory (= more power consumed).

Linux + Solaris in VMware Server: No idea how it cooperates with power management, because you can't export raw devices in VMware Server.

Blah.
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