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Ok since it seems to be all the rave these days, here’s mine: Synology FS1018 with 11 x Micron 5210 ION 7.68TB plus one hot and one cold spare

Ok since it seems to be all the rave these days, here’s mine: Synology FS1018 with 11 x Micron 5210 ION 7.68TB plus one hot and one cold spare

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  1. As far as it’s always worked for me the recycling company only takes what we give them. If we give them a stack of hard disks with no servers that’s what they take.

    I was the one who stacks the servers in the closet for them to take. I take out of the pile prior to the recycle company picking them up. Always get approval before picking through the pile.

  2. So this system costs about as much as my entire filled 42U rack (admittedly I bought most of the stuff used and had some incredible deals, the actual street price would be three times that).

  3. I dont get it 8tb is really small. You could just get 2 x 8tb disks and just mirror them.

  4. I just want to know how well that CPU can handle 1080 transcodes.

  5. Can you put your own OS on Synology NASes? They look nice and compact, might consider one if I ever get the money

  6. >As someone who literally just plugs as many HDD’s as my board can take it, with no further effort:

    Wow, I hope I can know enough about what I’m doing to have something like that one day.

  7. 1700$ yikes yeah this is why I dumpster dive for servers with dual power supplies and enough bays.

  8. I can’t imagine staying in the Synology ecosystem tbh. Once you get to more specialized stuff it becomes very restrictive.

    I have to say that Moments, VPN Server, and Time Machine Shares are amazing though.

  9. This might be my first reddit post. Something weird is going on. When I’m trying to upvote other people’s comments, their score is set to 0 and I cannot change it anymore.

    Am I doing something wrong? Should I not vote on comments to my own post? Have i received a mysterious shadow ban? Maybe my post was banned because I tagged it wrong?

    Well you learn something new every day – as soon as I find out what’s going on ?

  10. Wow, a hot spare and a cold spare. Far out dude.

    I have an NAS with SSDs in RAID1 with no hot or cold spares. So I am far out in the other direction.

    (I use the same model Intel SSD in laptops and have a very cold spare ready for any that might go)

  11. Why you posting my nas bruh, though mine has all 12 in the array.

  12. Curious to know if you plan some more intensive IO tasks in the future. It maybe be a little over-powered to stream media, even in 4K. Very nice config anyway.

  13. So for someone who’s trying to learn more about storage solutions… what is the advantage of a large Synology box (not this one in particular) vs building a machine or using older hardware to create a NAS? I currently have my old i7-3770k running an unRAID array with various dockers for Plex etc. It has 9x4TB drives and 2x2TB drives (2 of the 4TB drives are parity). I have 8x10TB HGST HE10 SAS drives coming in that will be the new array.

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    This whole datahoarder/homeserver thing fascinates me, but its just so intimidating to get into and I’m not sure where to go or why things are being chosen.

  14. underpowered for what the synology brings.

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    I’d think you’d want a fast CPU and at least 10GBe or SPF+

  15. And here I thought my setup was expensive and overkill! That’s beastly!

  16. Currently churning at 99% cpu for the seventh day in a row trying to make sense of 2.7 million pictures and videos through Moments. Mostly just an experiment; I’ll have to do some custom processing first myself to reduce the quantity and get good results, also eagerly awaiting DSM 7.0. Curiously awaiting news on E10M20. Photos and documents backed up to Synology C2 with 6TB capacity for now, superhappy with it. Have a 17TB DS1812+ as a local backup point.

    Besides photos and documents it’s mostly used for browsing Linux ISOs on my TV.

    I am however running docker and experimenting with Kubernetes, and have at times 20 containers running. Have a custom deploy pipeline setup from Azure Devops and used for testing some work I’m doing for customers.

    Edit: Holy Spaghettimonster, as I’m checking it out, there’s now an official page on E10M20!!! https://www.synology.com/en-global/products/E10M20-T1. Haven’t figured out if it’s compatible with my FS1018 yet.