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  • UtwigMU's Avatar
    Today, 16:07
    Doc, I like your science and tech posts because I'm not following this actively and it's good that you keep us in the loop. Don't think if we don't...
    1 replies | 23 view(s)
  • Dr Mordrid's Avatar
    Today, 13:03
    With my bear like build finding clothes can be...interesting, and losing significant weight can make me ill. Been there, doc says not again. He says...
    10 replies | 141 view(s)
  • VJ's Avatar
    Today, 12:37
    VJ replied to a thread redundancy... in General Hardware/Software
    The noise thing is indeed true. So it is strange that no mainstream manufacturer came with a standard case, for server use. A micro ATX board should...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • UtwigMU's Avatar
    Today, 11:37
    The case experience: HP, Supermicro cases are generally designed to be in server rack or noisy office at best and not in the home. So I assume they...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • VJ's Avatar
    Today, 10:11
    VJ replied to a thread redundancy... in General Hardware/Software
    On VirtualBox, I'm now testing several linux based systems: OpenMediaVault, Ubuntu Server, ... I most likely will need to replace my TV tuner and am...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • UtwigMU's Avatar
    Today, 08:37
    I found thread with issues about installing FreeNAS on MicroServer Gen10. Also note that ECC is desired for data protection and ZFS likes lots of...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • UtwigMU's Avatar
    Today, 08:13
    That HP mini is interesting. I wonder how quiet is it. Before I had Gigabyte board with 64-bit Sempron cooled with Ninja mini and 2 WD green 2TB...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • VJ's Avatar
    Today, 07:54
    VJ replied to a thread redundancy... in General Hardware/Software
    I'm still first trying to figure out which standard to use for the redundancy of a VDEV. Currently I'm playing with the idea of one system with...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • cjolley's Avatar
    Today, 07:41
    cjolley replied to a thread If it fits your macros in The Lounge
    It's osteoarthritis. Basically the cartilage is worn off of my lower vertebra. Thing like pedaling a bicycle that rock my spine sideways are very not...
    10 replies | 141 view(s)
  • UtwigMU's Avatar
    Today, 07:39
    Probably something like 6-bay case. Hotswap is not needed. I'm thinking something ultra quiet (5400RPM drives, high end CPU cooler). Then you use 4...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • VJ's Avatar
    Today, 07:31
    VJ replied to a thread redundancy... in General Hardware/Software
    But the thing is: ZFS in itself is not adding redundancy, it is just pooling multiple VDEVs. You need to add redundancy within each of the VDEVs,...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • UtwigMU's Avatar
    Today, 07:16
    You want ZFS. Check this out, this is what I'm building next instead of Covfefe Lake gaming rig I want. (Data is more important)....
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • VJ's Avatar
    Today, 06:07
    VJ replied to a thread redundancy... in General Hardware/Software
    Yes, I know raid is not a backup... but after the typical old-school raid systems, it became such a mess to figure out good policies for redundancy...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • Umfriend's Avatar
    Today, 05:15
    I use DP (DrivePool, not Double P.... :D) on my server and like it very much. No clue about Linux. Having said that, DP is more like a file based...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
  • VJ's Avatar
    Today, 05:10
    Hello, What is the current best practice to have redundancy of your data? Typical Raid5 is considered risky with big harddisks due to the risk...
    11 replies | 27 view(s)
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