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PyroConf, a custom Nix config

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This is Pyrox's (relatively) production-grade NixOS config repo. It contains configurations for 3 different machines, as well as home-manager configurations.

My machines serve production infra for * domains, besides my blog, which is served by OMG.LOL. I highly recommend their services, as you get a great domain name at a company that cares about you.

There are some services I run that many homelabs do not. They are:

  • Authoritative DNS for my domains, run on prefect.
  • A tunnel from marvin to prefect which allows me to run services on marvin while having them be externally accessible.
  • Email services for my domains, also run on prefect, with all email data backed up hourly to marvin, ensuring data reliability.
  • Connections to the DN42 network, run on prefect

I also run many typical homelab services, such as:

Machines Overview

General info

I like to live on the bleeding-edge, so all of my machines run NixOS Unstable. Since no one but me depends on these services, it is an acceptable tradeoff for me to run it. All machines use BTRFS as their primary root filesystem, with ZFS used for bulk data storage. Machines use Tailscale for connectivity between each other.


My personal laptop, a Framework laptop.


  • Intel i5-1135G7 @2.4 GHz (4c,8t)
  • 32 GB DDR4 RAM
  • 2TB NVMe Disk


The main production server, that sits under my desk at home. Running most services. Connects externally through prefect via Tailscale, allowing external access.


  • AMD Ryzen 7 5700G (8c,16t)
  • 32 GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1TB NVMe Boot Disk
  • 36TB Bulk Data Storage
    • 2x WD Red 12TB Drives @ 7200 RPM
    • 1x Seagate Ironwolf 12TB Drives @ 7200 RPM