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Spent hours prying these out… RIP fingernails but worth it for 128T’s

Spent hours prying these out… RIP fingernails but worth it for 128T’s

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  1. This is like therapy. I thought I was the only crazy one. With a dell r710 server.

    Running unraid 18tb array.
    1tb nvme flash
    48Gb Ram

    I do delete some stuff now and again though.

    I way I’ve justified it to myself is that it replaces so many boxes :-

    Hdhomerun records shows to Plex and acts as a central dvr. Firesticks / smart TVs in every room so I can watch the stuff back and resume where I left off

    CCTV docker running shinobi and 4 cameras. Records to the nvme flash and then moves to the array overnight.

    Run a complete virtual home lab with several VMs. Mainly for testing work stuff

    So I guess if I think of the running cost of a separate NaS an Esxi box, DVRs in every room and a dedicated CCTV DVR. The savings in electricity would be worth it alone. Let alone consolidating all my space into one lump of storage to that is protected against loss.

    No hang on I think I may be mad 🙂 LOL

    I can recommend Limetechs UNRAID. Also the spaceinvaderone tutorials on YouTube. Be warned it’s a slippery rabbit whole into obsession!

  2. Do you need to do the “tape the pin” trick with the 16tb exos or is that a WD thing?

  3. Stuffing a NAS with hard disks is only half the battle. Then the fun of setting up the disks etc.

  4. How sad is it when you can buy a hard drive + enclosure for cheaper than just the raw disk?

  5. Prying? You can’t just take a dremel to the cases?

  6. I know how you feel… I have 10x Easystores sitting here ready to be harvested.

    I’ll give them one thing, they are super easy to open and pull the drive out. I tried with some Toshiba drives and about lost a finger. They should just rename them to EasyShuck™.

  7. They put EXOS drives in externals? How much do they cost?

  8. I went the 12TB WD Data Center route from game drives but I should have followed this 16TB path. Nice haul.

    I have 2 more to shuck and last time I turned some minor arthritis in my thumbs into some major pain for a month or two.

    Ended up keeping my old 8 bay NAS so I think I’ll eventually replace the 8TB drives for 16TB+ units rather than selling it.

  9. should have done it the quick and easy method…

    [https://imgur.com/a/DS6j1OE](https://imgur.com/a/DS6j1OE)

  10. *winces at my pitiful 3.5tb*

    *which I’ll never, ever fill*

    Still jealous doe ) :

  11. How is the performance on those puppies? I just got a 10TB Seagate expansion drive today and the performance was underwhelming. (22MB/a write)

  12. Man I didn’t even know we were at 16tb drives yet. I thought we just hit 14tb!

  13. I have 40 4 tb external drives from when burstcoin started up. Burstcoin went down fast so I formatted them all and now only a couple are being used. Rest are waiting for a home to be placed in. Time and money is my only setback.

  14. I never really considered shucking the segate expansion drives.
    How much did you pay per TB?