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Help! New NAS solution

Hi All,

I currently have a 4 bay Synology DS920+ with 4 x 10TB Ironwolf NAS drives in a RAID 10.

When I set this up I wasn’t wildly sure what I was doing (as you can probably tell from the configuration), but I wanted to dabble so I thought it was best to just give it a go and work it out from there.

Since having it, it’s become primarily a Plex server which is used across my house and by my parents (and a few friends on occasion) but because of the configuration, I’ve got 17TB of usable space and I’ve used up over 13TB of it.

I’ve decided that I want to get something bigger and more future-proofed due to the rate that I’m filling this up. To be perfectly frank I don’t know what route to go down. I like the ease of use/look of the Synology unit and it panders to my overall lack of knowledge.

I posted on another sub some time ago and a really helpful chap was advising me to build my own NAS out of an old PC I’ve got sitting around, but it’s massive and I don’t know what I’m doing (I know I can learn, but I’ve got a busy job and an 18 month old so the ‘off the shelf’ option looks attractive, although I may have made this more complicated in my head).

What would you all suggest for the future unit/drives/RAID setup? (I was thinking about some combo of 16TB drives plus the 4 x 10TB from my current unit).

I’m happy to recycle the drives in my current unit but I would need to set something up to recycle them into as I don’t have 13+TB of storage lying about currently to transfer the data into while this happens.

Really grateful for your views and advice!

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EDIT: PC specs I can turn into the NAS – need to dig it out and work out how many drives the case can handle..

Case BE QUIET! DARK BASE PRO 900 FULL TOWER GAMING CASE

Processor (CPU) Intel® Core™ i7 Quad Core Processor i7-7740X (4.3GHz) 8MB Cache

Motherboard Gigabyte X299 AORUS Gaming 3 PRO: ATX, USB 3.1, SATA 6 GB/s – RGB Ready

Memory (RAM) 32GB Corsair VENGEANCE DDR4 3000MHz (4 x 8GB)

Graphics Card 11GB ASUS ROG STRIX GEFORCE GTX 1080 Ti – DVI, HDMI, DP

1st Storage Drive 4TB SEAGATE BARRACUDA SATA-III 3.5″ HDD, 6GB/s, 5400RPM, 256MB CACHE

1st M.2 SSD Drive 2TB SAMSUNG 960 PRO M.2, PCIe NVMe (up to 3500MB/R, 2100MB/W)

DVD/BLU-RAY Drive 24x DUAL LAYER DVD WRITER ±R/±RW/RAM

Memory Card Reader USB 3.0 EXTERNAL SD/MICRO SD CARD READER

Power Supply CORSAIR 850W RMx SERIES™ MODULAR 80 PLUS® GOLD, ULTRA QUIET

Power Cable 1 x 1 Metre UK Power Cable (Kettle Lead)

Processor Cooling Corsair H110i Hydro Cooler w/ PCS Liquid Series Ultra Quiet Fans

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  1. Your biggest decision is what software to run. The nice thing about a synology or the like is they are feature rich, and are a bit more user friendly. I would fire up a VM and check out a couple options to see if you can get it going. It’s not hard but might be a bit daunting your first time. Try out Truenas.

    I don’t recommend unRaid but that is my opinion and I do hear it is user friendly and does have a couple advantages.

    I would also avoid raid 10 unless you have a specific reason for it. Look at Raid-Z2 or Raid6. I wouldn’t go less than 4 drives and the more you have the less you will lose to redundancy. 4 drives is 50% and it just gets better with each drive you add.

    Check out this post on disk layout. There are probably better ones if anyone has one handy. Quick rule is even number of drives + one drive for each parity. For example raid 6 has a two bit parity so 4 drives being the minimum. (two data)+(two parity). You can break this rule, for instance you could have a 5 disk raid 6, but it makes a lot more sense to have 4 or 6 disks.

  2. Honestly build your own. It’s about an hour or so physical, and you can stagger the remote setup get as long as you need. If you do this you’ll have full access to the solution and will help manageability later down the line.

    If you want to just spend the coin, get either a small server or 6-bay NAS with the drives to do a decent raid. Off the shelf solutions will cost considerably more.