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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza giriş yapın.

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Üzgünüz, Flood yazma yetkiniz yok, Flood girmek için giriş yapmalısınız.

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And so it begins… My first homemade server/NAS. 2x6Tb in RAID1 and an old drive that’s there just to see how long he will survive (rn he has 68k+ hours).

And so it begins… My first homemade server/NAS. 2x6Tb in RAID1 and an old drive that’s there just to see how long he will survive (rn he has 68k+ hours).

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  1. This would fit in r/pareidolia as well. That top right square is making quite the face!

  2. Amazing how organized it looks. Anything I build is a mess of cables, zipties, ducttape, lego and clay.

  3. Nice! Which OS are you running? How did you minimize the power consumption?

  4. My suggestion… Migrate to zfs.
    Great for incremental expansion in honor of hoarding

  5. I’m still running a homemade server. It started out as an HP P6803w desktop, but many years later and the only original part is the motherboard. It’s still going strong with Debian Linux hosting Minecraft, Nextcloud and Plex. Welcome to the club, ?

  6. Nice! I just built by first home server a week ago. What OS are you running?

  7. I’d get a higher quality psu if were you lol. It isn’t bad if you want to do simple stuff, but i just don’t trust an older psu with that much storage.

  8. Yeah. I started out that way. “No way I’d use 10TB”. I’m now up to 120TB and was pricing out the 14TB drives today. I flip flop between trying to come up with some way to fill the drives to then trying to find a way to expand my drives because they are now full.

  9. You can make a NAS with a 40 bucks Raspberry Pi that’s 20 times more energy efficient than that.

  10. What are the hardware specs other than the drives? What software are you using for the nas side of things? I like it.

  11. A small tip: get a better CPU cooler if you can. It can be a cheap one like the Arctic Alpine 12 CO for example. The stock coolers are noisy and inefficient.

  12. Any time I see a post with a home NAS build I’m reminded I gotta do something with mine (it’s a free-style mess :D).

  13. Kinda curious about trying this myself. Recently upgraded nearly my entire system and have almost an entire computer of leftovers sitting idle, case and all.

    Anyone got a good resource, YouTube video, etc, that could help me get started.

    OP, based on your experience, what’s the advantage over just sticking the 2 drives if your primary machine?

  14. i like it 🙂

    also cute little system in the back.

  15. Nice, if your on this sub I’m sure you will be adding more soon.

  16. I’ve got 4x 2gb raided up that are getting on 10 years.

  17. *Sniffle* they grow up so quickly!! Enjoy them now while they’re small!

  18. Holy s***. My drive was taken out of a backup enclosure that ran for 2 years straight and has only 20k hours.

  19. And a.stylish blue motherboard with lots of old pci slots. I love it!