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LTT Storage Rankings

Topic

Welcome to the LTT Storage Rankings! The purpose of this topic is to show off cool storage builds, to inspire with what you show and be inspired by what you see. And of course, also talk about those builds, ask their owners questions and all that good stuff.

Criteria

  • System capacity of 10 TB or more
  • 5 storage drives or more:
    • We don't count OS drives,
    • we also do not count cache drives,
    • nor external USB drives.
    • External SAS enclosures connected via SFF-8088 count, however.
    • Drobos, Thunderbolt enclosures etc.: If they have a management interface which makes them somewhat autonomous, they count.
    • It does not matter whether your storage drives is an SSD or an HDD, as long as it is used for storage.
    • Don't forget to indicate vendor and drive size for all your drives for our statistics (see also below).
    • For cases not covered here, we reserve the right to adjust the rules as needed to protect the spirit of the thread.
  • It has to be a single system (everything running off of a single motherboard).
  • Do not post your company server (except the ones from Linus Media Group ;)), this is for private systems.
  • Pictures of the hardware required. That's the primary point of this thread, after all.
  • Use looney's post as a template. Write a nice post about your system, give us some details on the nitty gritty inner workings of your beast.
  • Make sure to give all the needed info for the statistics (Operating system, storage system, HDD vendors and sizes etc.)

Ranking System

The rankings are based on ranking points, which are calculated as follows:

ranking_points = system_capacity ⨯ ln(system_drive_count)
with ln(system_drive_count) being the natural logarithm of the number of drives in the system.

Rationales

Minimum Requirements

Having both the 10 TB and the 5 drive minimum rules allows us to prevent being spammed by systems with a single or two huge HDDs (10 terabyte HDDs are a reality now, after all), while still allowing systems which were put together with smaller drives (or SSDs) to get into the list.

Ranking Points

Basically, this thread is about awesome storage systems, and we think that capacity isn't the only thing which determines how cool a storage machine is. Chances are that a system with a bit less capacity but quite a few more drives might be more interesting to look at. Therefore, the number of drives also counts.

However, we don't want somebody buying a ton of small cheap drives to outrank somebody who's bought a hugely expensive system with fewer big drives, which is why towards the upper end of the scale, the number of drives starts to no longer matter as much (see examples below).

Example for Large Systems
  • System 1: 100 TB capacity, 50 ⨯ 2 TB drives: 391.2 ranking points
  • System 2: 150 TB capacity, 30 ⨯ 5 TB drives: 510.2 ranking points
  • Amount of drives required for system 1 to surpass system 2, assuming capacities for both systems and drive count for system 2 stay the same: 165 drives, resulting in 510.6 ranking points. Capacity weighs much heavier than drive count as it grows, the influence of the number of drives on the ranking points falls prey to the law of diminishing returns.
Example for Smaller Systems
  • System 3: 14 TB capacity, 7 ⨯ 2 TB drives: 27.2 ranking points
  • System 4: 15 TB capacity, 5 ⨯ 3 TB drives: 24.1 ranking points
  • Drive count has a higher weight for such systems, system 3 ranks ahead of system 4 despite having less total capacity.
Identical Ranking Points

For systems with identical ranking points, post date is the ranking factor (more specifically: post number). Since no posts can have the same number, this is sufficient for unambiguous ranking.

Script

The rankings and plots are generated by a Python script, which can be found on alpenwasser's github here.

Capacity Calculation

We count raw storage as advertised on the drives. So, if you have 10 ⨯ 1 TB drives, that counts as 10 TB of storage.

Smaller Systems

Not everybody needs a big server, and even smaller systems can be cool and interesting (or noteworthy, as we put it below). For such systems we have a secondary list, so feel free to post your machine even if it doesn't quite meet the ranking criteria outlined above. Please still use the template post for your system, and stick to the rest of the criteria as applicable to your machine.

External Sites

Support/Bugs

At the moment, @alpenwasser is the primary maintainer of the script and stats, so contact him about that kind of thing.


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Main Rankings
Rank Username Upd. Attr. Value Bar (logarithmic)
1 looney   Points 564.83
 
  Supermicro 6027TR-DTRF   Capacity 152.0
 
  WS 2012R2, HwRD Drives 41
 
2 MyNameIsNicola   Points 556.95
 
  Supermicro 847A-R1400LPB 1 Capacity 153.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 38
 
3 dangerous1   Points 362.20
 
  Lian Li PC-A70F 1 Capacity 103.5
 
  Win 7, JBOD Drives 33
 
4 STUdog   Points 312.29
 
  Coolermaster Cosmos 2 + Norco   Capacity 83.5
 
  Win, unknown Drives 42
 
5 Ramaddil   Points 308.73
 
  Lian Li 343B 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Capacity 89.0
 
  Win 8.1, HwRD Drives 32
 
6 AnonymousGuy   Points 254.43
 
  Fractal Node 804 1 Capacity 78.0
 
  Win 7, HwRD Drives 26
 
7 Alexdaman   Points 237.57
 
  Ri-Vier 24bay 4U Case 1, 2, 3 Capacity 72.0
 
  WS 2012, JBOD, HwRD Drives 27
 
8 Hobobo   Points 192.95
 
  Norco RPC-4224   Capacity 75.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 13
 
9 raphaex   Points 190.93
 
  Norco RPC-4224 4U   Capacity 60.0
 
  Win 7, JBOD, HwRD Drives 24
 
10 madcow   Points 179.55
 
  Supermicro SC846BE26-R920B   Capacity 62.0
 
  Gentoo, ZFS Drives 18
 
11 madcow   Points 177.84
 
  Supermicro SC846BE26-R920B   Capacity 64.0
 
  Gentoo, ZFS Drives 16
 
12 Ssoele   Points 177.84
 
  Norcotek RPC4216   Capacity 64.0
 
  WS 2012R2, HwRD Drives 16
 
13 Whaler_99   Points 173.07
 
  Antec 1200 v3   Capacity 48.6
 
  unRAID, unRAID Drives 35
 
14 scottyseng   Points 162.88
 
  Supermicro 846E1-R900B 1, 2 Capacity 60.0
 
  WS 2012R2, HwRD Drives 15
 
15 {EAC} Shoot em UP   Points 155.61
 
  SUPERMICRO 4U 846E16   Capacity 56.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 16
 
16 RandomNOOB   Points 152.75
 
  NorcoTek RPC-4224   Capacity 48.0
 
  Ubuntu, mdadm Drives 24
 
17 Rudde   Points 150.04
 
  Supermicro SC846TQ-R1200B   Capacity 50.0
 
  Debian, mdadm Drives 20
 
18 mGrytbak   Points 141.95
 
  Supermicro 846BA-R920B   Capacity 50.0
 
  WS 2012R2, SwRD Drives 17
 
19 raid0yolo   Points 141.95
 
  Supermicro 846E16-R1200B   Capacity 50.0
 
  Debian, SwRD Drives 17
 
20 MrBucket101   Points 132.91
 
  Norco RPC-4224 1, 2, 3 Capacity 47.8
 
  Ubuntu, HwRD Drives 16
 
21 arsonik007   Points 125.93
 
  Norco RPC-4220   Capacity 40.7
 
  WS 2012R2, SwRD Drives 22
 
22 alpenwasser   Points 124.96
 
  InWin PP689 (Custom HDD Rack)   Capacity 43.1
 
  Arch Linux, ZFS Drives 18
 
23 gcs8   Points 120.03
 
  Norco 4220   Capacity 40.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 20
 
24 handruin   Points 119.67
 
  Rosewill RSV-L4411 1 Capacity 48.0
 
  Xubuntu, ZFS Drives 12
 
25 aznmonk   Points 112.62
 
  Fractal Design R4   Capacity 51.0
 
  Debian, HwRD Drives 9
 
26 zyk   Points 111.14
 
  Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra 1 Capacity 42.0
 
  WS 2008R2, HwRD Drives 14
 
27 redlukas   Points 104.71
 
  Synology DS1215+   Capacity 42.0
 
  Synology, SwRD Drives 12
 
28 Jonathan Yonke   Points 103.16
 
  Norco RP4020   Capacity 38.0
 
  unRAID, unRAID Drives 15
 
29 Helly   Points 101.81
 
  Antec P183 1 Capacity 42.3
 
  Win 7, HwRD Drives 11
 
30 Danny91   Points 100.55
 
  Logic Case SC-4324 1 Capacity 38.0
 
  Win 7, FlexRAID Drives 14
 
31 kerradeph   Points 100.41
 
  Fractal Design Node 804   Capacity 48.0
 
  FreeBSD, ZFS Drives 8
 
32 MariusJS   Points 94.81
 
  Dell R510   Capacity 41.0
 
  WS 2012R2, HwRD Drives 10
 
33 looney   Points 88.92
 
  Norcotek RPC4220 1 Capacity 32.0
 
  WS 2012, FlexRAID Drives 16
 
34 Hellboy   Points 87.88
 
  Fractal Design Array R2   Capacity 38.0
 
  WS 2008R2, JBOD Drives 10
 
35 Kiades   Points 79.50
 
  HP Proliant   Capacity 36.0
 
  WS 2012, HwRD Drives 9
 
36 Captain Chaos   Points 75.16
 
  Fractal Design R5   Capacity 32.5
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 10
 
37 username6465   Points 74.02
 
  unknown 1 Capacity 25.6
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 18
 
38 MrSmoke   Points 69.81
 
  Norcotek RPC4224   Capacity 28.0
 
  Ubuntu, mdadm Drives 12
 
39 Cheatdeath   Points 69.38
 
  Fractal Design R5 1 Capacity 30.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 10
 
40 Morgo_mpx   Points 69.38
 
  Norcotek 4224   Capacity 30.0
 
  ESXi, ZFS Drives 10
 
41 Benjamin   Points 67.39
 
  Fractal Design R4   Capacity 28.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 11
 
42 kev507   Points 66.94
 
  Corsair 750D   Capacity 32.0
 
  Win 7, HwRD Drives 8
 
43 Prisoner627   Points 66.94
 
  Rosewill RSV-L4500   Capacity 32.0
 
  Win 7, HwRD Drives 8
 
44 alex75871   Points 66.94
 
  Fractal Define R5   Capacity 32.0
 
  WS 2012R2, HwRD Drives 8
 
45 b3nno   Points 66.94
 
  Norco RPC4308   Capacity 32.0
 
  ESXi, ZFS Drives 8
 
46 unijab   Points 66.69
 
  Fractal Define R5   Capacity 24.0
 
  CentOS, mdadm Drives 16
 
47 pyromaniac   Points 61.71
 
  Synology DS1813+   Capacity 29.5
 
  Synology, SHR Drives 8
 
48 d33g33   Points 60.13
 
  Synology DS1511+, DX510   Capacity 26.0
 
  Synology, SHR Drives 10
 
49 TJStamp   Points 59.84
 
  Sharkoon T9 Value   Capacity 24.0
 
  OpenIndiana, ZFS Drives 12
 
50 Gronnie   Points 58.57
 
  Corsair 500R 1 Capacity 28.0
 
  Win 7, FlexRAID Drives 8
 
51 Robbo600   Points 58.57
 
  Synology DS1813+   Capacity 28.0
 
  Synology, SHR Drives 8
 
52 Jarsky   Points 57.77
 
  Silverstone Lascala LC17B HTPC   Capacity 24.0
 
  WS 2012, SwRD, JBOD Drives 11
 
53 FattyDave   Points 54.39
 
  MS-Tech CA-0210 rev. b   Capacity 26.0
 
  WS 2012R2, SwRD Drives 8
 
54 overflowsc   Points 51.25
 
  Fractal Design Node 804   Capacity 24.5
 
  Linux Mint, mdadm Drives 8
 
55 atv127   Points 51.11
 
  CM Storm Trooper   Capacity 20.5
 
  Win 7, JBOD Drives 12
 
56 electrostatic   Points 50.55
 
  Cooler Master HAF 912   Capacity 21.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 11
 
57 SanMadJack   Points 50.20
 
  Rosewill RSV-R4000   Capacity 24.0
 
  Linux, ZFS Drives 8
 
58 Stakacs   Points 50.20
 
  Fractal Design R5 1 Capacity 24.0
 
  unRAID, unRAID Drives 8
 
59 RabidPancakes   Points 50.20
 
  Fractal Design Node 804   Capacity 24.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 8
 
60 kkpatel87   Points 50.20
 
  Silverstone DS380B   Capacity 24.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 8
 
61 b348xyz   Points 49.60
 
  HP Z800 Workstation   Capacity 19.3
 
  Win 10, SwRD Drives 13
 
62 paps511   Points 48.88
 
  Fractal Design Node 804   Capacity 30.0
 
  Synology, SwRD Drives 5
 
63 Galxy   Points 48.11
 
  Antec 1200   Capacity 23.0
 
  WS 2012, FlexRAID Drives 8
 
64 algoat   Points 48.11
 
  Silverstone GD07 HTPC   Capacity 23.0
 
  Win 7, FlexRAID Drives 8
 
65 unknownkwita   Points 46.02
 
  Silverstone GD08   Capacity 22.0
 
  Win 8.1, StSp Drives 8
 
66 falsedell   Points 44.17
 
  Cooler Master Cosmos II   Capacity 20.0
 
  Win 8.1, JBOD Drives 9
 
67 Tomasu   Points 43.94
 
  Antec 900   Capacity 19.0
 
  Debian, SwRD Drives 10
 
68 Hobobo   Points 43.40
 
  Fractal Design Define Mini   Capacity 24.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 6
 
69 stevv   Points 43.40
 
  LIAN LI PC-V700X 1 Capacity 24.0
 
  Win 7, HwRD Drives 6
 
70 untamed   Points 43.40
 
  Midi Tower   Capacity 24.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 6
 
71 weeandykidd   Points 43.40
 
  Silverstone Milo ML04B 1, 2 Capacity 24.0
 
  WS 2008R2, JBOD Drives 6
 
72 Brandonberg   Points 43.40
 
  Fractal Node 304   Capacity 24.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 6
 
73 Eric The Tech Guru   Points 43.40
 
  Fractal R5   Capacity 24.0
 
  Ubuntu, mdadm Drives 6
 
74 Ziggidy   Points 43.40
 
  Supermicro SC826TQ-R800LPB   Capacity 24.0
 
  Ubuntu, ZFS Drives 6
 
75 bigross123   Points 41.84
 
  Fractal Arc Midi R2   Capacity 20.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 8
 
76 Jonny   Points 41.84
 
  Zalman 1 Capacity 20.0
 
  Ubuntu, ZFS Drives 8
 
77 cushy91   Points 41.63
 
  XClio Nighthawk   Capacity 18.0
 
  unRAID, unRAID Drives 10
 
78 mb2k   Points 41.63
 
  Cooler Master CM 690   Capacity 18.0
 
  WHS 2011, JBOD Drives 10
 
79 bobert   Points 41.16
 
  Bitfenix Shinobi   Capacity 21.0
 
  Win 7, FlexRAID Drives 7
 
80 VictorB   Points 39.75
 
  Fractal Design ARC Midi   Capacity 19.0
 
  ZFSGuru, ZFS Drives 8
 
81 mr_pants66   Points 37.24
 
  Silverstone DS380   Capacity 19.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 7
 
82 darkey1991   Points 34.90
 
  MS-Tech CA-0210 Midi Tower   Capacity 14.0
 
  Debian, HwRD Drives 12
 
83 Appleby   Points 34.69
 
  Norco RPC4220   Capacity 15.0
 
  WS 2012, HwRD Drives 10
 
84 tycheleto   Points 34.36
 
  Fractal Design Define Mini 1, 2 Capacity 19.0
 
  Win 8, FlexRAID Drives 6
 
85 swizzle90   Points 33.47
 
  NZXT Source 210 Elite   Capacity 16.0
 
  unRAID, unRAID Drives 8
 
86 Chris230291   Points 33.47
 
  unknown   Capacity 16.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 8
 
87 AntarticCrash   Points 33.12
 
  NZXT Phantom   Capacity 15.0
 
  Win 7, JBOD Drives 9
 
88 Shaqalac   Points 32.58
 
  Lian Li Q25B   Capacity 20.0
 
  Debian, mdadm Drives 5
 
89 Eric1024   Points 32.55
 
  Supermicro CSE-822T-400LPB   Capacity 18.0
 
  Linux Mint, ZFS Drives 6
 
90 andi1455   Points 32.55
 
  Fractal Design R4   Capacity 18.0
 
  WS 2008R2, HwRD Drives 6
 
91 siaran   Points 32.55
 
  NZXT Tempest 210   Capacity 18.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 6
 
92 Saku   Points 32.55
 
  Norco 2U Case   Capacity 18.0
 
  Win 8.1, HwRD Drives 6
 
93 AidanJMessenger   Points 32.55
 
  Zalman Z1 1 Capacity 18.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 6
 
94 rudel   Points 32.55
 
  Corsair 760T   Capacity 18.0
 
  Win 10, HwRD Drives 6
 
95 dalekphalm   Points 29.81
 
  Lian Li + SAS Expander Case 1 Capacity 12.9
 
  WHS 2011, FlexRAID Drives 10
 
96 Tomasu   Points 27.44
 
  Lian Li PC-Q25B   Capacity 14.0
 
  OpenMediaVault, SwRD Drives 7
 
97 Hellboy   Points 27.12
 
  Coolermaster HAF-X   Capacity 15.0
 
  Win 7, JBOD Drives 6
 
98 djdwosk97   Points 27.12
 
  NZXT Source 210 1 Capacity 15.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 6
 
99 algoat   Points 24.44
 
  Silverstone Precision PS08   Capacity 15.0
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 5
 
100 Jimstah87   Points 24.44
 
  Bitfenix Prodigy   Capacity 15.0
 
  Win 8, HwRD Drives 5
 
101 X1XNobleX1X   Points 24.44
 
  Synology DS1513+   Capacity 15.0
 
  Synology, SHR Drives 5
 
102 Night_Rider0   Points 24.44
 
  Corsair 400R   Capacity 15.0
 
  Win 8.1, HwRD Drives 5
 
103 Jeepman   Points 24.44
 
  Micron Cube Server   Capacity 15.0
 
  Win 7, JBOD Drives 5
 
104 Pancake   Points 24.44
 
  SGI Rackable Omnistore 3016   Capacity 15.0
 
  WS 2012R2, StableBit Drives 5
 
105 maxtch   Points 24.44
 
  unknown   Capacity 15.0
 
  Ubuntu, HwRD Drives 5
 
106 nik96   Points 23.52
 
  Fractal Define R5   Capacity 10.7
 
  FreeNAS, ZFS Drives 9
 
107 Mkvarner   Points 21.88
 
  Fractal Design R4   Capacity 12.1
 
  WS 2012R2, JBOD Drives 6
 
108 draxer03   Points 21.70
 
  Fractal Design Mini   Capacity 12.0
 
  WHS 2011, JBOD Drives 6
 
109 maxtch   Points 21.70
 
  unknown 1 Capacity 12.0
 
  Ubuntu, HwRD Drives 6
 
110 Blade of Grass   Points 21.18
 
  Corsair C70 1 Capacity 13.0
 
  Debian, mdadm Drives 5
 
111 Whiskers   Points 20.92
 
  Fractal Design R4   Capacity 10.0
 
  Win 8.1, FlexRAID Drives 8
 
112 Hellboy   Points 19.55
 
  unknown   Capacity 12.0
 
  Win 7, JBOD Drives 5
 
113 Patrick3D   Points 19.55
 
  Raidmax Seiran 1 Capacity 12.0
 
  Win 10, SwRD Drives 5
 
114 Doowstados   Points 17.92
 
  Antec 300   Capacity 11.0
 
  WS 2012R2, SwRD Drives 5
 
115 5lay3r   Points 16.29
 
  Midi Tower   Capacity 10.0
 
  Win 8, StSp Drives 5
 
116 MoonSpot   Points 16.29
 
  Drobo   Capacity 10.0
 
  Drobo, Drobo Drives 5
 
117 Woodypc   Points 16.29
 
  Antec One Hundred   Capacity 10.0
 
  Win 7, StableBit Drives 5
 
118 Pidagad   Points 16.29
 
  Bitfenix Prodigy   Capacity 10.0
 
  Arch Linux, mdadm Drives 5
 
119 jmannik   Points 16.29
 
  Silverstone DS380   Capacity 10.0
 
  WS 2012R2, HwRD Drives 5
 
120 brwainer   Points 16.29
 
  Fractal Design Node 804   Capacity 10.0
 
  WS 2012R2, SwRD Drives 5
 

Abbreviations Key

  • WS: Windows Server
  • WHS: Windows Home Server
  • SHR: Synology Hybrid RAID
  • StSp: Storage Spaces
  • RD: RAID (unspecified if hardware or software)
  • HwRD: Hardware RAID
  • SwRD: Software RAID
  • FlRD: FlexRAID

Plots
Rankings
The plots in this section are intended for easier comparison of ranking points, system capacity and drive count. The order is identical to the ranking table above, allowing to see where somebody with more drives overtook somebody with fewer drives but more capacity.
Rankings Points
Ranking List with Ranking Points, ordered by Ranking points descending, then post date ascending

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Capacities
Ranking List with Capacities, ordered by Ranking points descending, then post date ascending

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Drive Count
Ranking List with Drive Count, Ordered by Ranking Points Descending, then Post Date Ascending

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Drive Statistics
This section contains various plots regarding the drives used in the systems.
  • Total Drives: 1337
  • Total Capacity: 3769.0820000000003 TB
  • Average Capacity per System: 31.4 TB
  • Average Drive Size: 2.8 TB
How Often Is Each Type of Drive Used?
How Many of a Certain Type of Drive Are Used?

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How Many Terabytes Does a Certain Type of Drive Contribute to the Total Capacity?
How Much Does a Certain Type of Drive Contribute to the Total Capacity?

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How Many Systems Use a Certain Type of Drive?
How Many Systems Use a Certain Type of Drive?

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Which Storage System Is Used How Often?
Which Storage System Is Used How Often?

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Operating System Statistics
Which OS Is Used How Often?
OS Count

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Which OS Manages How Many Terabytes?
Capacity by OS

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Which OS Manages How Many Drives?
Drive Count by OS

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Timeline
Number of systems, number of total capacity, number of total drives tracked over time. As can be expected, they track each other quite closely.
System Count Timeline
System Count Timeline

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Total Capacity Timeline
Total Capacity Timeline

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Total Drive Count Timeline
Total Drive Count Timeline

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Noteworthy and Decommissioned Builds
Decommissioned builds, and builds which don't meet the criteria for the main list can be found here.
Drive Count by OS
Username Case OS Storage System Capacity Drives
ElfFriend unknown FreeNAS ZFS 15.0 5
cushy91 HP Proliant MicroServer N40L unRAID unRAID 2.0 3
{EAC} Shoot em UP Custom Wood Case OpenMediaVault SwRD 24.0 8
dzintars Open Air Ubuntu Srv JBOD 1.0 1
unijab Rosewill Blackbone CentOS mdadm 18.5 11
lekro Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 FreeNAS ZFS 16.0 4
Green_man_5 Fractal Node 304 WHS 2011 HwRD 16.0 4
Sousuke Netgear ReadyNAS 104 ReadyNAS SwRD 12.0 4
MariusJS Custom Case WS 2012R2 SwRD 15.0 6
mGrytbak Supermicro 846BA-R920B WS 2012 SwRD 38.0 15
PhantomWarz Acer R380F2 + Chembro 24 Bay NAS4Free ZFS 28.0 22
thebennyboy Phanteks Enthoo Pro Win 10 HwRD 12.0 4
Dr_Frankenstein Synology DS412+ Synology SHR 13.0 4
kichilron NZXT H630 Win 8.1 SwRD, JBOD 8.0 3
Zerreth K'nex Custom Case Win 8.1 JBOD 11.5 4
Graveworm Lian Li PC-Q35 WS 2012 HwRD 16.0 4
alpenwasser Fractal Design R4 (custom) Arch Linux ZFS 1.0 2
adamsir2 HP Microserver FreeNAS ZFS 12.0 4
Eric The Tech Guru Fractal Design R4 Ubuntu JBOD 16.0 4
Saku Supermicro 846E1-R900B Debian HwRD 24.0 4
EmeraldFlame Fractal Node 804 WS 2012R2 HwRD 12.0 4
sidiox IBM x3400 Server Chassis Lubuntu mdadm 12.0 3
2sysel2 Bitfenix Prodigy mITX Win 8 JBOD 9.0 3
NWArkGuy Antec 900 Win 7 JBOD 10.0 4
kichilron Lian Li PC-7FN WS 2008R2 JBOD 6.0 4
MG2R K'nex Custom Case Debian mdadm 8.0 4
Hoppa Bitfenix Phenom M FreeNAS ZFS 16.0 4
Edited by alpenwasser
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Hardware

CASE: Norcotek RPC4220

PSU: Corsair HX850

MB: Gigabyte GA-990XA-UD3

CPU: AMD Phenom II 965

HS: Stock AMD heatsink

RAM: 16GB DDR3 1333

RAID CARD 1: IBM M1015, Flashed with "IT" firmware

RAID CARD 2: HPT Rocket Raid 2680

SSD: Crucial C300 120GB SSD

HDD 1: 9x 2TB Seagete ST2000DM001

HDD 2: 5x 2TB Hitachi HDS5C3020ALA632

HDD 3: 2x 2TB Seagate ST32000542AS

HDD 4: 4x 4TB Seagete ST4000DM000

Software and Configuration:

My server is running windows server 2008R2 and im using FlexRAID to make my array.

My main array consists of 15 2TB and 4 4TB drives in RAID 6, so I end up with 34.5TB actual storage space on that array.

The remaining drives are used as iSCSI target's and one 2TB drive is for active torrents and usenet download's /uploads.

Usage:

I use the storage for movies and series, i have media players around the house that access it.

Its also for backing up my computers.

Backup:

The is arrays backed up to LiveDrive, this is a online cloud backup service. (i have 100/100 Mbps connection)

Additional info:

I'm using the AMD processor because it was a leftover from my previous server, i will upgrade it eventually because of its high power consumption.

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My Rack, in the basement, right next to our water main, and the main power line... SAFETY FIRST!!! :D :D (The bottom 4 HP servers are not in use)

I have since added a second super-micro server on the top as a backup router.


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You have 35TB of storage?? I always wonder how people can fill up such huge amount of space. I'm not even able to fill up a 1TB drive...

this is a remake of a topic i made on the old forum, the old one used BBcode tables which this forum does not support.

 

the number one on that topic (mod whaler_99) had 42TB! (hoping to see him post soon)


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The RandomFileServer (Im just that good at naming stuff)

 

 

Hardware:
CASE: NorcoTek RPC-4224

PSU: Chieftec A-135 APS-850C

MB: Asus Crosshair IV Formula

CPU: AMD Phenom II 965 BE

HS: Some heatsink I had lying around

RAM: 16GB Kingston ValueR. DDR3

Network: Intel PRO/1000 PT Quad Port

RAID CARD: IBM M1015 converted to LSI9211-IT mode

HBA: HP SAS Expander

SSD: 1 x 60GB Corsair Force 3

HDD 1: 19 x 2TB WDC WD20EARX-00P

HDD 2: 3 x 2TB WDC WD20EARX-008

HDD 3: 1 x 2TB WDC WD20EARS-00M

HDD 4: 1 x 2TB WDC WD20EZRX-00D

UPS: 2 x MGE Pulsar EXtreme C 1500C 2U Rack (Power Rating 1500VA/1050W)

Rack: Eton 22U Open Rack

Power: Idel usage: 250W

Power: Disk activity: 340W

Power: High CPU usage+High Disk activity: 380W

 

 

Software and Configuration:
OS: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

RAID config: mdadm with 22 x 2TB in RAID6

RAID hot spare: 2 x 2TB

File system: XFS for the RAID, and ext4 for the OS
File system capacity: Advertised: 48TB, RAID Advertised: 44TB, RAID6 Advertised 38TB.

 

Usage:
Storing stuff, you know, it is a storage server.

Backup:
LoL, ain't nobody got time for that, or space.

 

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This is my baby!

 

Case______________________: NorcoTek RPC-4224CPU_______________________: AMD Phenom II 965 BERAM_______________________: 16GB Kingston ValueR. DDR3 1333MHzGPU_______________________: Club 3d GeForce GT 520 PCI-E 1xMotherboard_______________: Asus Crosshair IV FormulaOperating system__________: Ubuntu 12.04Controller________________: IBM M1015 converted to LSI9211-IT modeHBA_______________________: HP SAS ExpanderHard drive 1______________: 19 x 2TB WDC WD20EARXHard drive 2______________: 1 x 2TB WDC WD20EARSSSD 1_____________________: 1 x 60GB Corsair Force 3RAID array configuration__: mdadm 20 x 2TB Raid6Storage array capacity____: Raw: 40TB Raid6: 36TBNetwork___________________: Intel PRO/1000 PT Quad PortUPS_______________________: APC Polarextreme 1500VA 2U RackFile system_______________: XFS (Raid) ext4 (OS)Idle power usage__________: Idk, less then load

 

 

lol i see you added some new drive's since the last topic, i guess ill have to buy some new ones too! 


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This is all the sort of stuff I'm excited for for when I'm able to have an income. Right now I'm still in school and I'm stuck drooling over majority of what goes on here.

Very cool!


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This is all the sort of stuff I'm excited for for when I'm able to have an income. Right now I'm still in school and I'm stuck drooling over majority of what goes on here.

Very cool!

im still going to school :p


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i've got about 15 TB + about 10TB in a second server

 

server 1

case -  cooloermaster haf-X

cpu - amd Phenom X6 1090T

ram - 16GB DDR3

motherboard - asus crosshair V formula

OS - windows 7

controller - internal

Raid - nothing yet, but coming

network - internal

 

server 2

cpu - AMD sempron 145

Ram - 4GB DDR3

motherboard - asus M5A78L-M LX

OS - windows 7

controller - internal

Raid - nothing yet, but coming

network - internal

 

 

its a job on putting these 2 servers into 1, as soon as i have bouht the right parts

so work in progress ;)

 

 

 

 

 

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So my good friend RandomNOOB told me to post here and beat him :wub:

 

My Home Server

Total Theoretical Storage: 50 TB

Rack Chassie: Supermicro SC846TQ-R1200B, 4U 24-bay Hot-swappable Drive Bays, Redundant PSU, 1200W gold certified (Supermicro MCP-210-84601-0B front panel for physical security.)
Motherboard: Supermicro X8ST3-F Rev 2.0 (BTW, don't use the SAS controller at that board, it fucking sucks)
CPU: Intel Xeon UP W3670 3.20 GHz Hexacore.
Memory: KINGSTON 24GB 1333MHZ DDR3 ECC CL9 DIMM
SATA Handeling: IBM ServeRAID M1015 flashed to LSI9211-IT mode and a HP SAS Expander (green edition) for distrubution.
Hard drives:

For OS I use SAMSUNG Spinpoint MP4 HM250HJ 250GB 7200 RPM

Storage: XFS RAID6 10x Samsung 2TB F4EG (5400 rpm)
XFS RAID6 10x Seagate Barracuda ST3000DM001 3TB S-ATA3 (7200 rpm)

The systems runs Debian 5.0 at the moment and I am planning too do a fresh install soon, since I've made it so messy since I'm a noob and stuff :P

No battery backup (yet, any recommendations?)

 

Also have CX4 10 GbE on it running to mainswitch and I have a 2x 10 GbE LC Fiber card in it aswell, I only use one of these ports with a private lane to my gaming rig, I don't connect the gaming rig to the mainswitch with 10 GbE CX4 because it's too far away for a CX4 cable to hold, also the cables are way to thick and I would get problems getting the cable there.

 

Also have a DVB-C card in it and I'm planning to use it as a IPTV server in the future, I just haven't had the time to set it up yet.

 

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OP, one suggestion. Make sure it takes you to the corresponding post when you click on someone's name. 

it should do that already (at least it does for me)


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i've got about 15 TB + about 10TB in a second server

 

server 1

case -  cooloermaster haf-X

cpu - amd Phenom X6 1090T

ram - 16GB DDR3

motherboard - asus crosshair V formula

OS - windows 7

controller - internal

Raid - nothing yet, but coming

network - internal

 

server 2

cpu - AMD sempron 145

Ram - 4GB DDR3

motherboard - asus M5A78L-M LX

OS - windows 7

controller - internal

Raid - nothing yet, but coming

network - internal

 

 

its a job on putting these 2 servers into 1, as soon as i have bouht the right parts

so work in progress ;)

First off all welcome to the LTT forum!

And i cant wait to see you put those 2 server together, for now i put you in the list twice (15 and 10TB)

 

Also could you maybe make a picture of the hardware itself?

 

 

 

So my good friend RandomNOOB told me to post here and beat him :wub:

 

My Home Server

Total Theoretical Storage: 50 TB

Rack Chassie: Supermicro SC846TQ-R1200B, 4U 24-bay Hot-swappable Drive Bays, Redundant PSU, 1200W gold certified (Supermicro MCP-210-84601-0B front panel for physical security.)

Motherboard: Supermicro X8ST3-F Rev 2.0 (BTW, don't use the SAS controller at that board, it fucking sucks)

CPU: Intel Xeon UP W3670 3.20 GHz Hexacore.

Memory: KINGSTON 24GB 1333MHZ DDR3 ECC CL9 DIMM

SATA Handeling: IBM ServeRAID M1015 flashed to LSI9211-IT mode and a HP SAS Expander (green edition) for distrubution.

Hard drives:

For OS I use SAMSUNG Spinpoint MP4 HM250HJ 250GB 7200 RPM

Storage: XFS RAID6 10x Samsung 2TB F4EG (5400 rpm)

XFS RAID6 10x Seagate Barracuda ST3000DM001 3TB S-ATA3 (7200 rpm)

The systems runs Debian 5.0 at the moment and I am planning too do a fresh install soon, since I've made it so messy since I'm a noob and stuff :P

No battery backup (yet, any recommendations?)

 

Also have CX4 10 GbE on it running to mainswitch and I have a 2x 10 GbE LC Fiber card in it aswell, I only use one of these ports with a private lane to my gaming rig, I don't connect the gaming rig to the mainswitch with 10 GbE CX4 because it's too far away for a CX4 cable to hold, also the cables are way to thick and I would get problems getting the cable there.

 

Also have a DVB-C card in it and I'm planning to use it as a IPTV server in the future, I just haven't had the time to set it up yet.

 

 

You to, welcome to the LTT forum

 

And a very nice build, very jealous indeed :D

Especially the 10GBe LAN you have going on! (i need to get that too, 2GB isn't enough anymore)


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This is my baby!

 

Case________________: NorcoTek RPC-4224CPU_________________: AMD Phenom II 965 BERAM_________________: 16GB Kingston ValueR. DDR3 1333MHzGPU_________________: Club 3d GeForce GT 520 PCI-E 1xMotherboard_________: Asus Crosshair IV FormulaPSU_________________: Chieftec A-135 APS-850COS__________________: Ubuntu 12.04 LTSController__________: IBM M1015 converted to LSI9211-IT modeHBA_________________: HP SAS ExpanderHDD1________________: 19 x 2TB WDC WD20EARXHDD2________________: 1 x 2TB WDC WD20EARSSSD_________________: 1 x 60GB Corsair Force 3RAID configuration__: mdadm 20 x 2TB Raid6RAID capacity_______: Raw: 40TB Raid6: 36TBFile system_________: XFS (Raid) ext4 (OS)Network_____________: Intel PRO/1000 PT Quad PortUPS 1_______________: MGE Pulsar EXtreme C 1500C 2U Rack (Power Rating 1500VA/1050W)UPS 2_______________: MGE Pulsar EXtreme C 1500C 2U Rack (Power Rating 1500VA/1050W)Idle power usage____: Idk, less then load

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So I have a question... where does one get a little rack on wheels like the one you have?

 

Also, I'll be able to make the list soon hopefully, I'm looking at getting a sas expander and 2-4 more 3tb wd reds to expand my raid 6 array, as well as an entirely separate rig to house it all in. 


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Also, I'll be able to make the list soon hopefully, I'm looking at getting a sas expander and 2-4 more 3tb wd reds to expand my raid 6 array, as well as an entirely separate rig to house it all in.

Feel free to post what you have so far, i wont put you on the list but i want this to be a nice topic for people to get inspiration for their own builds.

The 10TB+ limit is only there to make sure the list doesn't go over 9000 or something :)


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Feel free to post what you have so far, i wont put you on the list but i want this to be a nice topic for people to get inspiration for their own builds.

The 10TB+ limit is only there to make sure the list doesn't go over 9000 or something :)

 

I think I've posted in this thread before :P But my 6tb raid 6 array is filling up quickly so I have an excuse to go over the 10TB mark :D

 

I get as excited about hard drives as most 5 year olds get about about Christmas  :lol:


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I don't have 10+TB yet, but I still want to show off my home made NAS :D

 

You can find the full build log here.

 

Hardware

  • Motherboard: ASUS P8H77-I
  • CPU: Pentium G1620
  • CPU cooler: Noctua NH-D14
  • GPU: Radeon HD 6450
  • RAM: 2GB no brand DDR3 1066MHz
  • PSU: Corsair CX430M
  • Boot drive: Kinston SSDNow V+200 60GB
  • Storage drives: 2x2TB WDC Green (WD20EARX)
  • Storage drive: 1x2TB WDC Green (WD20EARS)
  • Storage drive: 1x2TB Seagate Barracuda (ST2000DM001)
  • Case: K'nex revision 3.0

Total capacity: 8TB (raw), 6TB useable

 

 

Software and Configuration:

Running Debian Squeeze headless. I have the drives configured as a software RAID5. mdadm serves as the software RAID controller.

 

Usage:

Personal NAS, web server, cloud storage server, linux experiment box, [any other use cases I might end up trying]...

Right now, I have about 1.5TB of data on it (mostly media).

I'm going to start mining LiteCoins as an experiment at the end of this month (hence the GPU).

This thing sits in my bedroom and needs to be absolutely SILENT at night. That's why I put the giant Noctua cooler on there and that's why I put a Noctua fan inside my PSU. (link in signature)

 

 

Backup:

All documents (so no media) are being synced to a rented VPS in Amsterdam. I use Bittorrent Sync to achieve this. All documents are also synced to my laptop. Even if my house catches on fire and I lose my laptop, desktop and server; all the important files are still secure.

 

 

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I think I've posted in this thread before :P But my 6tb raid 6 array is filling up quickly so I have an excuse to go over the 10TB mark :D

 

I get as excited about hard drives as most 5 year olds get about about Christmas  :lol:

 

You posted in the old threat that was made on the old vBulletin forum (that had like 125 posts), but that used BBcode tables, which IPB doesn't support so i remade it.


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I don't have 10+TB yet, but I still want to show off my home made NAS :D

 

You can find the full build log here.

NICE, i saw the build log a few days ago, love it (and that's coming from a LEGO guy :p)

 

Thx for posting, like its says, you wont be in the list but it's nice for people to see what's possible all in one big topic.

 

 

PS: I might make a second list for unusual / weird / out of the box / cool stuff (yours will fit right in), no promises though.


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NICE, i saw the build log a few days ago, love it (and that's coming from a LEGO guy :P)

Thanks!

 

I'm actually a LEGO guy myself ;) never really played with K'nex. It is far more suited as a material for computer cases, though... LEGO would have way less ventilation for the same structural integrity.

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Thanks!

 

I'm actually a LEGO guy myself ;) never really played with K'nex. It is far more suited as a material for computer cases, though... LEGO would have way less ventilation for the same structural integrity.

Yes, and to be honest, this K'nex build looks so much better then a LEGO build could ever be :) very nice indeed!


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You posted in the old threat that was made on the old vBulletin forum (that had like 125 posts), but that used BBcode tables, which IPB doesn't support so i remade it.

Ah, gotchya. Makes sense why this is only two pages then :P


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