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Entering the NAS world

Hello. I’ve been using my [HP ProDesk 400 G4](https://support.hp.com/sk-en/document/c06516526) with i5 8500T as workstation-like server for a year now. I have there many web apps like plex (receives data to play from google drive via Rclone), other plex related apps and recently i installed gallery (as the Google Photos restrictions hits me). I’ve been aware of Google drive as storage for plex combo and now i’m starting to be very annoyed and actually want to enter the NAS world.

As i already have server, i don’t need smart, powerful NAS like synology and others are. I just need some compact, light, and energy efficient casing for my hdds i’ll order.

My needs are:

* Large capacity (for start; around 12TB of usable space)
* To be accessible from lan (via ethernet)
* Ideally to have flashable OS (for example Unraid or TrueNAS) but i’d be okay if it wouldn’t have this feature.
* Cheap (up to 300€ i’d say)
* Compact
* Energy efficient
* Don’t need high read/write speeds (i just want it to be able load media for plex and for gallery – photos and videos) – this point is semi-true as i don’t really need high read/write speeds for now but don’t know what will come over time. You definitely can share your experiences about switching from only HDD array to HDD+SSD or RAID 5 array.
* Don’t need to be hot swappable (it would be advantage tho)

My idea:

* 4x4TB hdds in RAID 5 array (high read/write speeds with redundancy)
* 2x12TB (or similar capacity) + 2x 1TB SSD both for RAID 1 array (Slow and fast storage each for long term – HDD / working data – SSD)

Hardware i found:

* [Chieftec CMR-3141SAS](https://www.chieftec.eu/products-detail/338/CMR-3141SAS) – connect to server via SATA (not sure how many i have avalible) and manage drives from server via e.g. TrueNAS installed in Proxmox
* [QNap TR-004](https://www.qnap.com/en/product/tr-004) – connect to server via USB 3.0 and share this mounted storage from server to my lan
* [Synology DiskStation DS420j](https://www.synology.com/en-global/products/DS420j)

I want to ask if RAID 5 setup is OK? I heard that basic RAID 5 isn’t recommended as in some cases, you might not be able to recover your data. That’s why we should (?) use Raid-Z 1?

Another question, i’ve heard it’s best to take highest possible HDD capacity you can afford. This would cover the point with RAID 1 setup.

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  1. Get a second hand readynas and your should be fine

  2. > I want to ask if RAID 5 setup is OK? I heard that basic RAID 5 isn’t recommended as in some cases, you might not be able to recover your data. That’s why we should (?) use Raid-Z 1?

    the terminology is inconsistent (not yours – in general). raidz1 is *de facto* RAID5. raidz2 is RAID6, raidz3 (with 3 drive fault tolerance) does not have a RAID equivalent.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_RAID_levels#RAID_5 and next paragraph (RAID6).

  3. RAID5 over 4 disks will have not great read/write. Also getting above 4tb drives they become unpredictable when restriping after a drive failure.

    Freenas and it’s Raid6 equivalent is an excellent choice as we’ve failed from failed 10TB drives and had no issues with it healing the array.

    Buy a disk shelf that had the most slots you can afford. Adding drives is cheap after you own the shelf. Replacing the shelf due to bay limitations isn’t cheap. While not cheap I have two Dell MD3200 shelves in my rack hooked up to my ESXi host and the IO is quick enough to handle all the vms and Plex duties that I need.