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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.

Lütfen bu Floodun neden bildirilmesi gerektiğini düşündüğünüzü kısaca açıklayın.

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Running 24/7 for almost 8 years now serving up files for the house. My reliable little workhorse.

Running 24/7 for almost 8 years now serving up files for the house. My reliable little workhorse.

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  1. I have one from 2014 still serving faithfully. First with 3TB drives, then 8TB, and now 12TBs.

  2. Reminds me of my HP Microserver… been running faithfully since an original load of Ubuntu 10.04! *knock on wooden kitchen table that I work from now*

  3. Can you check somehow the uptime? I really want a screenshot with the uptime??

  4. God damn… Your nas can run a HTC vive? nice.

  5. Dont you love it when after all this time breaking the warranty sticker still makes you flinch ?

  6. Lucky, I had a TS-563 where the backplane died with 1 month left on the warranty but they denied it because they no longer made parts for it. They eventually offered an inferior replacement or for me to pay some substantial difference for an upgrade. No thanks.

    I went through my credit card’s warranty service and got my entire purchase price refunded.

  7. Sounds like it’s time to replace it with a Raspberry Pi NAS.

  8. Bought a TS 653B a few years ago, only recently have I started using the docker and VM tools they have. Great NAS, my next one will be QNAP which will see me retire my Thecus. Had that one 11 years!

  9. i have complete PC with 2 Seagate 4TB NAS drives Iron Wolf, AMD Athelon CPU, running OpenMediaVault like a charm

    Only time it is been down is when electricity run out, but it runs 24/7

  10. I have a ts-410 in a similar situation… poor guy’s drives are so old the entire array (5tb) can be replaced with a single disk. I should check power on hrs… I think they’re all wd greens pre tlr removal.

    Thing is slow as molasses tho… but great for small files.

  11. My server’s uptime is eleven days, but in my defense I recently had an upgrade from 100 amp service to 200 amps, and that took more time than my UPS could deliver.

  12. TS-653? Just in case, the voice of experience: I’ve had a lot of reliability problems with that gen of QNAP, both desktop and rackmount. Multiple models, multiple environments/use cases, multiple nasty failures. Bad drive control circuits (buggered mosfets, failed backplane controller ic’s), failed SATA dom’s (enjoy finding/making a replacement dom then trying to get a several year old firmware image flashed followed by 4 update reboot cycles because they don’t offer newer images that aren’t self extracting/’encrypted’) and garbage firmware.

    I actually managed to snag the block diagrams (sitting on an open directory in Prague ofc) and some board shots between generations where they did a serious overhaul.

    Probably preaching to the choir but I’d feel terrible if I didn’t point out that you have more reasons than usual to make sure that stuff is backed up. ESPECIALLY if you’re using anything other than raid 0,1, or 10 as those are recoverable on different hardware with slightly less pain. They actually have patch notes on some firmware major revisions basically amounting to: this update can irrevocably destroy raid 5 pools.

    I used to have a pretty good opinion of QNAP…

  13. I have a similarly-aged QNAP box and last week for the first time (after having to start turning it off due to the fans getting louder and louder) I took it apart and cleaned the inside.

    There was an embarrassing amount of dust, I actually ended up using my vacuum cleaner and a paintbrush to empty it. Now it’s back to nearly-silence.

  14. …so… you knocked on wood when posting this, right?

  15. Same drives throughout or have you done some upgrades?

  16. 8 years straight? Have you skipped OS updates?
    If so, I hope it isn’t connected to the internet.