After some research about the currents single board computer availables I just encountered Khadas today and was wondering if you can tell me more about the product than I’ve just discovered on the main site by browsing.
Here is my situation:
I currently run an Odroid-XU4Q as a home server for 6 month now and am pretty happy with it for now, but it start to be a bit full and I want to get him a little brother or a replacement with a little more power and a better passive cooling (like the Vim2 may seem to have?).
For now I run a DNS (bind), a few intra/extranet website (apache), a VPN (openVPN), some google drive-like storage (seafile), a few databases (MySQL and MongoDB), a mail server (Postfix and Dovecot), a SIP server in progress (Kamailio) and all the classics tools for a server system under a Debian Stretch OS. Already pretty loaded as you see, but everything work well and smoothly up until now if I forget the heat issue that reach 80°C some time.
Do you think a Vim2 can handle everything without any issues? I saw that there is not really an official or third party build of Debian for it, but I assume Armbian, Archlinux or even just Ubuntu can be a nice replacement even if I know them a little less. What are the good and bad points of the board in your opinion? Compared to the Odroid if you know/use it?
Thanks in advance for your answers!