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New 64TB NAS
« on: December 01, 2017, 11:30:41 PM »
My QNAP TS-569L Pro was full.  It had 5 x 4TB in RAID 6 which gave me about 10.8TB.  So I went overkill and future-proof myself for a while.  This is what I did.

NAS Intent: JBOD (Just a bunch of disks)
OS: FreeNAS version 11
Chassis: Norco RPC-4224 (24 hot-swap bays)
Motherboard: Supermicro X10SRi-F-O
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-1620 v4
Cooler: Noctua NH-U9DX i4
PSU: Corsair RMX 1000W CP-9020094-NA
RAM: 2 x 32GB Crucial CT32G4RFD424A (MTA36ASF4G72PZ-2G3A1II MICRON)
Boot: 2 x 16GB Sandisk Cruiser Fit 3.0
Vdev1: 8 x 8TB WD80EFAX NAS-HDD (RaidZ2)
Backplane Fans: 3 x 120mm Cooler Master A12025-12CB-3BN-F1
Exhaust Fans: 2 x Noctua NF-A8 PWM
Cables: 4 x 50cm LSI SAS SFF-8087, 2 x 19" Molex 79576-3002 SFF-8087 Reverse Breakout - PURCHASED
UPS: CyberPower PR2200LCDRT2U (2150VA, 16A, 1980 Watts)

I am migrating data and have been for a while since I have an older 10/100 switch.  I have 8 bays populated and now have 44TB of NAS storage.

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/i9g8j1m769r0ilf/2017-10-13%2011.48.57.jpg?dl=0

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Re: New 64TB NAS
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2017, 01:13:27 PM »
Mini-me version of the NSA.  How many more of those can you buy for a meelyon dollars?

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Re: New 64TB NAS
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2017, 05:37:31 PM »
all that money spent on a killer NAS, spend a few more dollars and get yourself a gigabit switch... Makes no sense (to me) to have a highpower system and bottleneck it on the network.
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Re: New 64TB NAS
« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2017, 08:50:16 PM »
all that money spent on a killer NAS, spend a few more dollars and get yourself a gigabit switch... Makes no sense (to me) to have a highpower system and bottleneck it on the network.

Seconded.  They're so cheap now, relatively speaking.

While you're at it, pull new Cat 6 or 6a if you are still on 5.  (I don't see the point of Cat 7 unless it's a corporate network with many users).  I built a new house last year and the electrical plans called for Cat 5 runs everywhere.  They looked at me strange when I insisted on Cat6 throughout.  Excuse me for wanting the full performance my routers and switches are capable of!
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