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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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stick with Windows Disk Management or shift to Unraid/TrueNAS?

Hello, I’d like some help. I have recurring problems with my Mirrored drives configured in Windows 10 disk management.

I installed 2 WD Red 1TB drives in February, and since then had to resynch 3-4x and in October, one of them no longer spins up when it turn my PC on. Its currently in RMA 🙂

I also installed 2 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB drives in September and I am currently resyncing (27% as of typing).

I feel that disk management is somehow impacting my drives’ life expectancy or something. I also tried Storage Spaces but I got “Can’t create the pool” errors on both pairs. My other suspect is my PSU power limit rails capacity thingy (I’m sorry how to explain this better) or my wiring.

If this is the wrong subreddit, I would be glad if you’d please point me in the right direction. Thanks! 🙂


Edit: My PSU is a SILVERSTONE ST70F-ES230 STRIDER ESSENTIAL 700W and I have the wire of 3 molex connectors as follows: blank, 5 SATA power (crimped not molded <3), 2 SATA power. The 5 SATA chain used to be fully occupied with both Reds, one Ironwolf, an 2 old 7200RPM drives. The 2 SATA is only powering a SSD. The one of the wires of 2 SATA power is powering a 7200RPM drive and the other is modded to add another 2 SATA power (from an old Silverstone PSU) but it has became loose so I’m not using them anymore until I get proper training. XD

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  1. Almost anything is better than Windows for this. I wouldn’t pay for unraid, they use janky methods that have been tried and abandoned by big names. But they are better than Windows.

  2. with this many drives you should 100% go with unraid/ truenas

    you will have more hdd flexibility with unraid (mix and match different capacities)

  3. Only came here to say that the native Windows Raid 1 is shit. the drives will fall out of sync constantly causing exaggerated drive wear from the constant resyncing/rebuilding. At a minimum use the built in RAID 1 of your motherboard or use a hardware HBA/RAID that supports RAID1.

  4. Check out Stablebit Drivepool. Native Windows software that lets you pool pretty much any size, speed, or type of drive together into one large volume. It allows you to duplicate only specific folders or your entire pool.

    It’s a nifty little program. Costs $30 but recommend buying it with the package with Drivepool, Scanner, and Cloud Drive. Scanner is very useful tool to regularly scan your disks for issues and will automatically evacuate a drive in you drivepool if it detects an issue.

    Data is stored as regular NTFS files and folders so you can grab any drive and plug it in another PC to restore your files if needed. Of course you will need all disks to get all your data, but at least you have option to recover what you can if need be.

  5. I wrote a summary comparing Unraid and TrueNAS in this comment: [https://www.reddit.com/r/truenas/comments/qnjyp0/comment/hjgqjpc/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3](https://www.reddit.com/r/truenas/comments/qnjyp0/comment/hjgqjpc/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3)

    Personally, I would run as far away from windows storage spaces as possible. I know it has HOPEFULLY improved since I used it a long time back- but, I remember the RAID-5 being essentially unusable due to performance issues.

  6. If you don’t want to switch operating systems, you could try creating your mirrors as RAID-1 in your BIOS. This will handle the mirroring at a firmware level and Windows will just see each pair as a single drive.

  7. I use Ubuntu 18.04 LTS running ZFS. I’ve been using ZFS on linux for the last 10 years and I have no plans of switching. I run a 5 disk raid-z2 array (double redundancy) for my Linux ISO collection.

  8. Unraid is pretty good and simple to setup, and really does pretty much everything you would want out of it.

    Truenas is also good, but it’s not as versatile (FreeBSD Jails vs. Docker) but is the best solution if you are going for a very robust and redundant storage setup with the right hardware.

    Truenas Scale is looking super interesting, a version that is Linux based and should be able to do everything Unraid and Truenas can do, but it’s in Alpha or Beta and not production ready currently, but if you are ok with rolling the dice and breaking the system and reconfiguring it as a part of a learning experience, it might be a good choice.

    After playing with Unraid and Truenas/Truenas Scale, I’d never ever touch a Windows based storage / NAS solution again for my own purposes.

  9. I’ve had much better luck with TrueNAS vs Windows software RAID. Also better hardware support for inexpensive Mellanox 10gb SFP+