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I built a 48 TB all-SSD Raspberry Pi storage server

I built a 48 TB all-SSD Raspberry Pi storage server

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  1. I love seeing your posts and realizing it’s you posting before seeing your username!

  2. More storage on your RPI then a lot of folks here have in their house.

  3. dude this is sick!

    I love this subreddit, I though I was the only one who liked anything related to digital storage.

  4. Do you do redundancy locally or are you running a separate backup for these drives offsite/on another computer?

  5. it seems like raspberrypi still has miles to go to get full speed simultanous I/0 on SSD or better drives but the numbers i see would work okay for media server with HDDs.

  6. Jeff, great video! Up next, Raspberry Pi Ceph Storage Cluster? 😀

  7. What’s the speed difference between the 2.5g ethernet port and the 1g ethernet port since that one isn’t through the pcie switch but is instead directly off the CM4?

  8. Honestly, every time I see something crazy done with RPI4 I know that is Jeff Geerling.

  9. another a sata RPi board, the old ones from radxa are disappered from the market…
    Is this a new design or just a restock?

    It makes me tempted to wait from buying a ds920+ or a mobo+CPU for a Nas..

  10. I was surprised it worked as well as it did.

    It does hurt knowing those nice ssds are connected to a pi that couldn’t dream of having enough bandwidth to fully utilize them,

    But, I do give kudos on building a functional nas with a pi

  11. Posted this to r/homelab yesterday, but forgot that at least some of the things I learned might be applicable here. The Pi’s PCIe bus can put through 400 MB/sec (or 350-400 for writes), but when you attach it to the network and run through Samba or NFS, the throughput is down to 100-150 MB/sec (with 2.5G networking).

    It’s honestly a great little setup for energy efficient, silent storage. $5,000 total for 48 TB raw SSD storage, 11W idle, 18W full utilization. Just put a 120mm fan on the thing (or some other cooling setup) and it will be rock solid.

    It uses Radxa’s Taco board which will be available soon and has an NVMe slot, 5x SATA slots (can work with 3.5″ HDDs too, powered through the board), and 2.5G and 1G network jacks.