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Any suggestions will be appreciated.Also, thank you guys for the forum and blogs because it has been a great resource. Would be more cost effective, unless you want 24 drive bays. Reply Reply post #19 of 19 6/8/16 at 12:13pm Thread Starter ChRoNo16 4.0 GHz Joined: Oct 2011 Location: New Richmond, WI Posts: 48 Rep: 1 (Unique: 1) Greg The Worshipful Master 5960X (14 items) Server 2012 R2 Plex Home Media Server (10 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMIntel i7-5960XASUS Rampage V ExtremeEVGA GTX 980 Ti ClassifiedCorsair Vengeance check here
The reason I wanted to go with Storage Spaces was because I wanted to start out with the disks I already had and then add new ones to the space, but To back up what I said above about the CPU's; I currently have 1 "home-production" VM server right now; a single Dell R610. You may not be in a position where you feel comfortable with that, which is why businesses utilize business servers which are backed by a company who specializes in supporting their I'll probably still pick up a C1100 just because they are cheap.
For VM or high Disk I/O applications, this isn't that helpful...but for media (or other write-once/read-many types of files) it works great. A mirror in Storage Spaces is essentially a RAID 1. Here is a better one you can build for half the cost with 28 TB of storage -PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / BenchmarksCPU: AMD FX-6300 3.5GHz 6-Core
- Now if only I had the Ninja 4,...
- You will have ~24tb usable storage, and plenty of IOPS for VM's.
- It would be a waste to get a C2100 only for storage.
- It's only a couple hundy more, and looks quite a bit more powerful.
- You could also looking into a cheaper case/chassis and do the 5-in-3 drive bays, but those bays usually cost $100 each for a quality one.
- Another alternative is to run the controller in JBOD mode and use Windows Storage Spaces with a "mirror" configuration.
- http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-PowerEdge-FS12-TY-C2100-2x-HC-X5650-2-66GHZ-12xTRAYS-48GB-H700-SPECIAL-QTY-/261547459126?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3ce5718236 I have 16 2TB HGST drives to play with right now so raid 10 would be fine and give me 12TB to play with without needing to touch my current
- I'd like to run 3-4Tb hard drives in an array using either hardware raid 5 or 6 or use freenas/nas4free and zfs, data protection is a must and looking to get
I'm sure someone else can chime in and explain it a little better. I would like to thanks INWIN for the unboxing-review wish make me able to do... You need serious storage but don't need enterprise performance. If you have a mix of various drives, check out UnRAID.
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I frown upon using remote storage (iSCSI, NFS, etc) at home for VM's, because of reliability. If you're building it yourself, it falls completely on your shoulders to know what you are doing to put everything together and ensure 100% compatibility with all the components, plus 100% If you decide to run Server 2012 R2, you have many choices for storage configuration - but I would recommend that you go with 12x drives in RAID10 on a hardware Parity Spaces...just don't bother.
You will launch stablebit, and it will present you with a list of volumes, you simply pick each one to add to the volume and done. Gaming Rig (16 items) You almost need 2 systems, maybe one in the basement and another in the garage, networked together, just get them physically as far away from each other as possible.But enough on If you pooled all of your drives in Storage Spaces without a mirror or parity, you would have no redundancy. Now you can fill up as many hard drives as you want in the DAS and configure the drives into your RAID array and control the storage all from your single
I have the following disks: 3x 1TB Western Digital 1x 2TB Seagate 1x 640GB Western Digital 1x 60GB SSD What I was thinking was installing Server 2012 and add all these pop over to these guys Data stays intact on a single drive, with parity on another drive, so you could essentially pull out a single drive and read the data from another PC. This is going to be a Windows 2008 box, Ill run VM's but thats the part of this I already know how to do. It allows you to mix and match drive size and vendors, in a software RAID solution, that does do any striping.
multiple servers with ISCSI connecting them. Get the model with dual Xeon L5630's, and 24GB or 48GB of RAM. Thanks! 7 answers Last reply Dec 5, 2013 More about advice storage server DComander1xNov 30, 2013, 10:52 PM somethingobvious said: I was looking for a good server I can keep at original site I'll probably still pick up a C1100 just because they are cheap.
Advanced Search Overclock.net›Forums›Specialty Builds›Servers›Need advice on server hardware/software for virtualizing and storage server Featured SponsorsSponsor ShowcasesFeenixIn WinAsusSound BlasterView MoreSelect OneAquatuningAsusFeenixIn WinSound Blaster Recent Reviews See All the Latest Reviews JH For that matter, RAID5 really isn't appropriate for anything more than 4 drives these days due to disk size and unrecoverable read error rates during rebuilds. The down side here is often rackmount servers will cost slightly more than equivalent pedistal servers.
Pricing seems "comparable" to the L5630s I see on eBay, but you may need to shop around a bit.
http://lifehacker.com/5988835/turn-a-raspberry-pi-into-a-low-power-nas Edited by Dirtbox at 07:23:29 02-06-2013 Page of 1 Previous Next Log in or register to reply Sometimes posts may contain links to online retail stores. I would like to thanks INWIN for the unboxing-review wish make me able to do... Yes, SMB Multipathing (the name of the feature you describe) would still work with pooled disks in FlexRAID, as long as the volumes presented to the OS are NTFS and served Skill 2400mhzSamsung 1TB 840 EvoSamsung 256GB 840 proEK Supremacy GoldCoolingCoolingCoolingCooling2x EK Acetal Full Cover Block2x Alphacool 480 24x Gentle Typhoon AP-14Bitspower 400 MultiCoolingOSPowerCaseSwiftech MCP35x2Windows 7 ProEVGA Super Nova 1300Caselabs MerlinSM8 w/
Also I am wondering about what case I should invest in next as I can't be using a Fractal Design R3 for many TB's of storage, I'm considering a NORCO RPC-4224 Thanks in advance for any input, I am still learning and researching. Backup Rig (14 items) Green Rose (13 items) Cosmos 2 Project (aka Project: I Need storage advice? my response There is nothing similar in that regard.
Reviewed by Jedson3614 Power supplies are a vital piece of hardware needed to power your entire computer. It's a giant JBOD, but does some kind of Parity or Journeling, or something...to prevent data loss in the event a drive dies (and the data can be rebuilt once the Heck, you will likely run out of RAM before you feel the CPU bottleneck.
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