If, hypothetically speaking, I will ask a question on a SF "I plan to set up an Oracle Exadata installation at my home, [...]" - will it be forcefully migrated to the SU ?
Hypothetically speaking, there's no way this is an actual question, and if someone asked a question like this, with the current level of context on SU it would be closed. Such a question wouldn't be migrated to SF, and I wouldn't expect SF to migrate it as it stands.
"I plan to set up an Oracle Exadata installation" is a statement
"at my home" may be irrelevant.
With the information on hand, as a SU mod, If I was asked if I wanted the question, I'd go hell no.
That you're running it on unsupported hardware might be - but it doesn't really look like something you'd run on a couple of dozen random PCs you picked up off the curb. So assuming you went into the constraints of running this in your garage I'd recommend the following close reasons
- Questions seeking installation, configuration or diagnostic help must include the desired end state, the specific problem or error, sufficient information about the configuration and environment to reproduce it, and attempted solutions. Questions without a clear problem statement are not useful to other readers and are unlikely to get good answers.
- Questions should demonstrate reasonable business information technology management practices. Questions that relate to unsupported hardware or software platforms or unmaintained environments may not be suitable for Server Fault - see the help center.
I am doubtful the average home user, sysadmin or otherwise is likely to have a quarter rack, and call for a quote amount of money to spend on a storage array.
So, If someone voted to migrate and 4 people agreed or a mod chose to migrate such a hypothetical question, I'd throw it back over the fence.
I will doctor your grammar and distil the question:
If I ask a question on ServerFault about setting up Oracle Exadata at my home will it be migrated to SuperUser?
Well it would be off topic, so... yes.