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8x 4TB Reds and 2 SSDs in an R5, with an LSI card ... could almost be my own NAS' older sister.

What are you using for intake fans? Only the one Fractal or did you add something in the front or side?

Are the temps okay? A few people here (myself included) attached a pair of 120mm fans to the rear of the HDD cages to push-pull air through the HDD cages and aid cooling. I'm seeing nothing like that on yours.

 

I have 2x 140mm fractal intake fans on the front and 1x 140mm fractal on the back.

 

CPU temps are 25 to 50 degrees c

RAM temps are 25 to 35 degrees c

HDD temps are 25 to 35 degrees c 

 

I live in NZ so it rarely gets too hot here.

 

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Software Developer by trade

My computer-based interests include programming, gaming, movies and TV series

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New (work-in-progress) solution:

  • 4U Supermicro SC847A server running FreeNAS 9.3
    • ​Gubbins:
      • 1x Supermicro X9DRH-IF motherboard
      • 2x Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2603 v2 @ 1.80GHz
      • 4x Crucial 8GB DDR3-1600 ECC DIMMS
      • 5x LSI / Avago SAS 9211-8i Host Bus Adapter flashed with "IT" firmware
brienne# zpool list
NAME           SIZE  ALLOC   FREE  EXPANDSZ   FRAG    CAP  DEDUP  HEALTH  ALTROOT
freenas-boot   111G   838M   110G         -      -     0%  1.00x  ONLINE  -
jails          460G  16.4G   444G         -     2%     3%  1.00x  ONLINE  /mnt
pool1           38T  12.4T  25.6T         -    16%    32%  1.00x  ONLINE  /mnt
testpool1     3.62T  2.67T   977G         -    21%    73%  1.00x  ONLINE  /mnt
brienne#

 

An update on the disks in this along with little Perl script to export my FreeNAS disk information to a little CSV file for my own records. It exports things like device name/path, disk model, capacity, form factor, speed, firmware, serial, ZFS GPTID etc.

https://nicolaw.uk/#freenas_disk_info.pl[1]

An example of the output put in to Google Docs (minus some hidden information like the serials and GPTIDs etc):http://i.imgur.com/Ob9P81V.png 

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Hope the script is useful to someone other than me.

 

I'll be posting some half decent pictures soon as I'm racking it all up properly with PDUs etc this weekend.


WWW: https://nicolaw.uk   CASE: Supermicro SuperChassis 847A-R1400LPB   MBSupermicro X9DRH-IF   CPU2x Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2603 v2 @ 1.80GHz   RAM: 80GB ECC DDR3 1333   NICIntel E10G42BFSR X520-SR2   HBA: 5x LSI 9211-8i 6GB/s SAS HBA 'IT' Firmware   HDD/SSD2x 120GB Kingston SV300S37A120G SSD 2x 500GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD 8x 8TB Seagate ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 21x 3TB Hitachi HGST HDN724030ALE640 4x 4TB Hitachi HGST HDS724040ALE640 3x 3TB Western Digital Red WDC WD30EFRX-68AX9N0

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Adding to my previous post

Well that filled up quickly, had to shove another 4TB drive in, probably the last space upgrade in a while, decided to get a new cpu,mobo+ram instead.

 

20TB raw! Having to use the drive packaging as mounts until the rest of my SEDNA stands come  :blush:

 

Have some LQ photos!

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Total Storage 

77.0TB

 

 

Server Name

Titan

 

Hardware

CASE: Lian Li 343B

PSU: Corsair HX1000i

MB: Asus TUF Sabertooth 990FX

CPU: AMD FX - 8120 @ Stock

HS: Noctua NH-D14

RAM: 32GB DDR3 1600 GSkill Ram

RAID CARD 1: Adaptec 52445 28 Port Raid Card

SSD: Samsung 840 EVO 120GB

Enclosures: Startech 2/5.25 for 3 HDD (8) 

HD's: 

16x 2TB Western Digital (Red) WD20EFRS

9x 2TB Western Digital Greens (Various Models) 

1x 3TB Western Digital WD30EZRS

4x 6TB Western Digital WD60EFRX

 

((( Update Added 7TB to Server )))

((((( Update # 2 Added 10TB More To Server ))))) 7/12/14

((((((( Update #3 Replaced a Failed 2TB//Added Additional 2TB//Changed Operating System//CPU, Motherboard Upgraded)))))))

((((((((((Update #4 Changed Raid card//Added Additional 20TB of Storage//Added 16Gb more of Ram (total 32gb) ))))))))

((((((((((((Update #5 Added an additional 2TB/Reconfiguring Fans for external Fan controllers (Pics to Follow)  ))))))))))))))

(((((((((((((((Update #6 Added an additional 6TB/Replaced MB/Scrapped outside Fan controller/Added 2U for future Expansion)))))))))))))) 

(((((((((((((((((Update #7 Added an additional 2TB///Changed to Platinum PSU HX1000i))))))))))))))))))))

 

 

Update #7 Added 2TB and changed PSU to HX1000i from TX850

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If possible, I'd like to put into the Noteworthy section.

 

Hardware

CASE: Corsair 760T

PSU: Silverstone ST1500

MB: Asus Rampage IV Black​

CPU: Intel i7 4960X

HS: Corsair H110

RAM: 64GB DDR3 @ 2300MHz

RAID CARD 1: LSI 9361-8I

SSD: Samsung 850pro 240GB SSD

HDD 1: **

HDD 2: 6x 3TB Western Digital WD4000FYYZ

Software and Configuration:

My server/work station runs Windows 10pro.  I utilize LSI's onboard firmware to configure all 6 drives in RAID 6.  I end up with 14.5TB of actual storage.  My array partition is handled by Windows, with a  **1TB drive and another 13.5 for storage.

Usage:

I use the storage for movies, music, photos, and my dev work. I have a media PC that accesses it utilizing VLC over a gigabit network.  The 1TB drive is for development of flight simulators.

Backup:

Planning a backup soon.

Additional info:

I'm a graphic artist for the flight simulation industry.  I work from home, so I don't have access to a real server, per say.  My station is setup to run work\game settings at max and render textures when needed.  I used an available PCIe slot to add an array for storage.

 

I plan to build a render farm/storage server next with the RAID card I have now. This machine will be converted to that, once I get the Broadwell-E and nVidia's next gen graphics cards.  Those two items will be my new dedicated work station.

Photo's:

 

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I wish I could be part of the LTT Petabyte Club, I'll probably be part of it eventually.


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Finally getting an employee discount on drives at work. WD Red 6TB NAS drives for $175. As soon as I get all these pesky student loans paid off I will be buying a lot more drives. Hopefully by that time they will have added HGST drives to the store.


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| Dual Boot Linux Mint and W8.1 Pro x64 with rEFInd Boot Manager | Intel Core i7-4770k | Corsair H100i | ASRock Z87 Extreme4 | 32 GB (4x8gb) 1600MHz CL8 | EVGA GTX970 FTW+ | EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 P2 | 500GB Samsung 850 Evo |250GB Samsung 840 Evo | 3x1Tb HDD | 4 LG UH12NS30 BD Drives | LSI HBA | Corsair Carbide 500R Case | Das Keyboard 4 Ultimate | Logitech M510 Mouse | Corsair Vengeance 2100 Wireless Headset | 4 Monoprice Displays - 3x27"4k bottom, 27" 1440p top | Logitech Z-2300 Speakers |

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03:12 am:

*UUU! This topic looks interesting! I'll just look at a few solutions people have come up with, then I'm going to bed."

05:10 am:

Well... We've all been here.

I have done that before too.

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Here's my home server I built about a year ago :)

 

 

I'm Planning to get this case and I will put 4 hard drives in it

Is it quiet, does the drives make much vibrations ?

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I'm Planning to get this case and I will put 4 hard drives in it

Is it quiet, does the drives make much vibrations ?

 

Yes the case is very quiet. I sleep in the same room as my server without issue :)

The Define R5 has sound deadening panels, rubber mounts for hdds and 140mm fans. All contribute to reduce noise.


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Yes the case is very quiet. I sleep in the same room as my server without issue :)

The Define R5 has sound deadening panels, rubber mounts for hdds and 140mm fans. All contribute to reduce noise.

 

Great ! Planning to buy it soon

I have a loud case and I'm using the suspension method to reduce noise , it works great but I don't think it is safe

 

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Great ! Planning to buy it soon

I have a loud case and I'm using the suspension method to reduce noise , it works great but I don't think it is safe

Love it!

 

Should be pretty safe, if you don't throw the case around the entire room

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Great ! Planning to buy it soon

I have a loud case and I'm using the suspension method to reduce noise , it works great but I don't think it is safe

 

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That's creative :)


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Does external storage count if you have a notebook? :D

 

Since i download everything that's some sort of anime i collectet quiet a few external's:

 

2x 3.5" SeaGate Barracuda 3TB

1x 3.5" SeaGate Barracuda 2TB

1x 3.5" Samsung Something 2TB

1x 2.5" Toshiba Something 2TB

1x 2.5" WD Scorpio Blue 320GB

2x 2.5" SeaGate Momentus XT 750GB (+8GB SSHD stuff)

1x mSata SSD Samsung 830 Series 250GB

 

14TB-ish~

 

Some of those droves like the Samsung one have allready 10'000h on the back and the Momentus ones 11'500h. :D


I just learned a little english, so please spare me!   :unsure: 

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Does external storage count if you have a notebook? :D

Unfortunately not, but you do have a nice collection there!

 

 

Some of those droves like the Samsung one have allready 10'000h on the back and the Momentus ones 11'500h. :D

 

Get on my level :D

[simon@[member='Pegasus] ~]$ for i in /dev/sd[a-h]; do sudo hddtemp $i; sudo smartctl -a $i | grep Power_On_Hours; done/dev/sda: ST2000DM001-1CH164: 26 C  9 Power_On_Hours          0x0032   088   088   000    Old_age   Always       -       11322/dev/sdb: ST2000DM001-1ER164: 22 C  9 Power_On_Hours          0x0032   099   099   000    Old_age   Always       -       1103/dev/sdc: WDC WD20EARX-00PASB0: drive is sleeping  9 Power_On_Hours          0x0032   076   076   000    Old_age   Always       -       17521/dev/sdd: WDC WD20EARX-00PASB0: drive is sleeping  9 Power_On_Hours          0x0032   078   078   000    Old_age   Always       -       16631/dev/sde: KINGSTON SVP200S37A60G: 29 C  9 Power_On_Hours_and_Msec 0x0032   000   000   000    Old_age   Always       -       16714h+03m+13.100s/dev/sdf: KINGSTON SV300S37A120G: 28 C  9 Power_On_Hours_and_Msec 0x0032   098   098   000    Old_age   Always       -       2293h+15m+41.120s/dev/sdg: WDC WD20EARS-00MVWB0: drive is sleeping  9 Power_On_Hours          0x0032   059   059   000    Old_age   Always       -       30628
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You dare facing me in ghetto cooling?

 

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Had somehow to cool down those two drives since i'm in the middle of transferring 2,7TB of data to integrate that goddamn LaCie drive in my 4-Bay dock. :mellow:  This should be proof to everyone out there that 7200rpm drives need active cooling or they will go beyond 55°C after a few 100GB of R/W even in open air. Now they stay beneath 35°C.  :rolleyes:


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I just hope this is over soon.  :wacko: Just a little bit shacking and it disconnects because of that stupid SuperSpeed Micro B.  <_<

 

I also like Knex, played a lot with it as a kid!  :wub:  Shame that there is no high end kit made of carbonfiber, titanium and all that highend stuff to build pc's with it.


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Update 2:

 

Just a refresh with new hardware.

Skylake stuff !

 

Hardware:

Intel Core i3-6100 3.7 GHz

32GB - G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 

ASRock H170M Mini-ITX

 

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Can Anybody Link A Virtual Machine while I go download some RAM?

 

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@alpenwasser @looney

 

 

CLICK HERE FOR ORIGINAL POST

CLICK HERE FOR UPDATE 1

CLICK HERE FOR UPDATE 2

CLICK HERE FOR UPDATE 4

 

 

 

UPDATE #3:

 

Upgraded my server, added 3 additional 4TB hard drives. Bringing my new total up to 47.8TB.

 

Also, one of the SSD's in my SSD Caching array managed to die. In the strangest way possible too, Powered the system down to connect my server/router/modem to a BBU, and when I booted back up, the SSD was dead.

 

The previous raid 1 cache array was made up of an OCZ vertex4 and a Crucial MX100. I'm just going to replace both drives with 120gb 850 EVOs since the write performance of 1 EVO is 4x that of the MX100. Still using the same size SSD's so that doesn't affect my storage total.

 

 

EDIT: The new SSD's came in today, so I installed them and setup the new cache array.

 

Did some speedtests on my primary array with ssd caching enabled, the results are pretty insane.

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~2.75 GB/s write speed

~8.6 GB/s read speed

 

just for fun I cleared out the cache and tested the read speed directly from the disks, 916 MB/s

 

The 850 EVO's were definitely a HUGE upgrade over my previous caching SSD's. Before I was getting around 1.7/1.5 GB/s R/W from the array. and 900/700 MB/s R/W directly from the disks.

 

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- update, 2016-Jan-27 -

We're currently working on some modifications/updates for this thread. Among other things, I'm adjusting the script so that it'll be compatible with the new forum software. We're also thinking about modifying the ranking criteria.

Feel free to keep posting. We should be up and running again some time in February 2016 (the storage thread, no idea about the updated forum). :)

- original message -

Just a a general FYI: I'm finishing up the semester in the next two weeks and will update the thread in the week starting 2016-Jan-18. :)

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BUILD LOGS: HELIOS - Latest Update: 2015-SEP-06 ::: ZEUS - BOTW 2013-JUN-28 ::: APOLLO - Complete: 2014-MAY-10
OTHER STUFF: Cable Lacing Tutorial ::: What Is ZFS? ::: mincss Primer ::: LSI RAID Card Flashing Tutorial
FORUM INFO: Community Standards ::: The Moderating Team ::: 10TB+ Storage Showoff Topic

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Hardware
CASE: (I forgot)
PSU: Huntkey Panshi 800 (600W cont.)
MB: Asus Z9PE-D16C/2L
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2620v2 x2 (yes I have two Xeons on one motherboard)
HS: PCCOOLER Yellow Sea Deluxe PWM + PCCOOLER Butterfly PWM
RAM: 8x Kingston KVR 16GB ECC DDR3-1600 = 128GB (half-loaded the MB - I am still looking at fully load it at 256GB)
RAID CARD: Adaptec 6805
HDD 1: 6x 2TB WD Green (mixed model)


Software and Configuration:
It was an ESXi host running up to 16 virtual machines of mixed operating systems. Currently it is temporarily running Windows 8 Pro as part of my NASter reconfiguration project, otherwise it is left whatever OS I left it with last time and in disuse.

Usage:
This server was my main VM host, hosting up to 16 virtual machines that consists of the backbone of my home network. Sadly currently it is in disuse and I have yet to figure out a good purpose for it.

Backup:
No backup. Machine deserted.

Additional info:
This machine was deserted because it "resonated with something uncomfortable within" to my mom. Power consumption and noise level was actually acceptable.

Photo's:

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Halfway between the NASter data dump. The 6TB drive and the 3ware 9750-8i RAID card belongs to the NASter machine. That rig currently have a lone 6TB drive (the one you see here) but I do plan to upgrade them to 4x 3TB WD Green.


Workstation 1: Core i7-9700K ~ 2x Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4-3000 ~ Gigabyte Z390 UD ~ Sapphire RX 580 8GB ~ Samsung 960 Pro 512GB ~ WD Black 2TB ~ macOS Catalina amd64
Workstation 2: 2x Xeon E5-2680 ~ 8x Kingston KVR 16GB DDR3-1600 Registered ECC ~ Asus Z9PE-D16 ~ XFX RX 480 8GB ~ WD Black NVMe 1TB ~ Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB ~ Hitachi HDD 500GB ~ Windows 10 Pro Workstation amd64

Workstation 3: Pentium G3258 ~ 2x Kingston KVR 8GB DDR3-1600 ~ Gigabyte Z97P-D3 ~ Gigabyte GTX 1060 Gaming G1 3GB ~ Kingston V300 120GB ~ Samsung SpinPoint 1TB ~ Windows 10 Pro Workstation amd64

Workstation 4: Core 2 Quad Q9300 ~ 4x mixed-brand 2GB DDR2-800 ~ Colorful C.P45K ~ AMD FirePro W2100 2GB ~ Intel SSD 520 Series 480GB ~ Ubuntu 20.04 LTS amd64
Home server: Core 2 Quad Q9550S ~ 4x Micron 2GB DDR2-800 Unbuffered ECC ~ Asus P5BV-C ~ Broadcom MegaRAID 9271-8iCC ~ Unbranded SATA SSD 120GB ~ 8x Mixed HDD 2TB ~ 6x Mixed HDD 3TB ~ Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS amd64

Home router: Atom D2550 ~ Samsung 4GB DDR3-1600 SO-DIMM ~ Guoguang IC2M1028V-J ~ Kingston V300 60GB ~ Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS amd64

Laptop 1: Dell Latitude 3500 ~ Core i7-8565U ~ 2x Samsung 16GB DDR4-2400 SO-DIMM ~ WD Black NVMe SN750 1TB ~ Windows 10 Pro Workstation amd64
Laptop 2: Apple MacBookPro9.2 ~ Core i5-3210M ~ 2x Samsung 8GB DDR3L-1600 SO-DIMM ~ Samsung SSD 850 Evo 1TB ~ macOS Catalina amd64

Laptop 3: Apple MacBookPro8,1 ~ Core i7-2620M ~ 2x Samsung 4GB DDR3-1600 SO-DIMM ~ Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB ~ Ubuntu 20.04 LTS amd64
Laptop 4: Dell Latitude D620 ~ Core 2 Duo T7600 ~ Kingston 2GB DDR2-800 SO-DIMM ~ Kingston 1GB DDR2-800 SO-DIMM ~ Intel 945PM ~ nVidia Quadro NVS 110M ~ Kingston SSDNow V300 60GB ~ Windows 10 Pro Workstation amd64

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Hardware
CASE: Supermicro SuperChassis 847A-R1400LPB
PSU: 2x 1400W high-efficiency (1+1) redundant power supply with PMBus

MB: Supermicro X9DRH-IF

CPU: 2x Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2603 v2 @ 1.80GHz

HS: 2x Active Supermicro SNK-P0048AP
RAM: 80GB ECC DDR3 1333
RAID CARD 1: LSI 9211-8i 6GB/s SAS HBA w/"IT" firmware
RAID CARD 2: LSI 9211-8i 6GB/s SAS HBA w/"IT" firmware
RAID CARD 3: LSI 9211-8i 6GB/s SAS HBA w/"IT" firmware
RAID CARD 4: LSI 9211-8i 6GB/s SAS HBA w/"IT" firmware
RAID CARD 5: LSI 9211-8i 6GB/s SAS HBA w/"IT" firmware
SSD 1: 2x 120GB Kingston SV300S37A120G SSD (FreeNAS boot volume)

SSD 2: 2x 500GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD (jails and virtual machines)

HDD 1: 7x 8TB Seagate ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z
HDD 2: 21x 3TB Hitachi HGST HDN724030ALE640

HDD 3: 1x 4TB Hitachi HGST HDS724040ALE640

HDD 4: 4x 4TB Hitachi HGST HDS724040ALE640

HDD 5: 3x 3TB Western Digital Red WDC WD30EFRX-68AX9N0

SWITCH: Intellinet 523554 24-Port Gigabit Ethernet Rackmount Managed Switch 

UPS: 2x APC Power-Saving Back-UPS ES 8 Outlet 700VA 230V BS 1363

TOTAL RAW STORAGE: 149.24 terabytes

TOTAL USABLE STORAGE: 130.69 terabytes

 

Software and Configuration:
My server is running FreeNAS 9.3.
My main array consists of 4x 7-disk RAIDZ2 VDEVs striped in to a single ZFS pool. My second archival array (which is used to sync periodic snapshots of important parts of the main pool) is a RAIDZ1 VDEV of 7x 8TB disks.
The two smaller 120GB SSDs are in a ZFS mirror for the FreeNAS boot volume, while the second larger 500GB SSDs are in a ZFS mirror for FreeBSD jails and VirtualBox VMs. The last remaining disk is used for scratch space and may be used to replace any failed disks in the other arrays as a "warm spare". I have 2x 4TB disks available as cold spares should any disks fail.

Usage:
Most of the storage is for movies and TV series, with Plex Media Server running inside one of the BSD jails. The remainder is used for personal file storage / networked home directory, backups of my colo servers, and PXE netboot server installation source (one of my FreeBSD jails is my PXE netboot server).

Backup:
Important files from the primary ZFS pool are backed up to the slightly smaller archival ZFS pool via periodic snapshots. The archival pool is physically removed and swapped out to be taken to my storage locker while another set of 7x 8TB disks are swapped in for the next periodic snapshot to be updated.

Additional info:
My whole setup is squeezed in to a 12U rackmount flight case on wheels. This makes for very easy maneuvering of the whole rack in my small "server room" / box-room, as well as being highly convenient for the next time I move home. The internal rack is mounted on to the external case via heavy duty rubber shock-absorbers.

At present the small APC UPS is overloaded and is only really acting as a power smoothing device, so I plan to purchase a suitably rated 2U rack mount UPS in the near future.

 

brienne# (for i in `seq 0 37`; do smartctl -a /dev/da$i | grep 'Device Model:' ; done) | sort | uniq -c

  21 Device Model:     HGST HDN724030ALE640

   1 Device Model:     HGST HDS724040ALE640

   4 Device Model:     Hitachi HDS724040ALE640

   2 Device Model:     KINGSTON SV300S37A120G

   7 Device Model:     ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z

   3 Device Model:     WDC WD30EFRX-68AX9N0

brienne#

 

Photos:

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Rack in a flight case

Front view of my rack

Close up of brienne.mlt

Rear view of my rack

Le FreeNAS

ZFS pools

Filco FTW!

Cat tax

 
 
[root@brienne ~]# zpool iostat -v -T d
Wed Jan 27 20:32:20 GMT 2016
                                           capacity     operations    bandwidth
pool                                    alloc   free   read  write   read  write
--------------------------------------  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----
archive                                 35.8T  14.7T      0      0  3.39K     10
  raidz1                                35.8T  14.7T      0      0  3.39K     10
    gptid/fa89b7e3-b2d7-11e5-9ebd-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      0      0  1.28K      4
    gptid/fbf7981a-b2d7-11e5-9ebd-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      0      0    693      4
    gptid/fd2ef450-b2d7-11e5-9ebd-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      0      0    864      4
    gptid/fe514fff-b2d7-11e5-9ebd-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      0      0    132      4
    gptid/ff865f8b-b2d7-11e5-9ebd-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      0      0    182      5
    gptid/00ca81fe-b2d8-11e5-9ebd-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      0      0    183      5
    gptid/01ebff25-b2d8-11e5-9ebd-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      0      0    132      4
--------------------------------------  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----
freenas-boot                            1.90G   109G      2     89  10.5K   723K
  mirror                                1.90G   109G      2     89  10.5K   723K
    gptid/ef4efad1-8017-11e5-891c-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      1     13  6.50K   723K
    gptid/ef53fac1-8017-11e5-891c-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      0     13  4.20K   723K
--------------------------------------  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----
jails                                    361G  98.6G     49     78  1.17M   740K
  mirror                                 361G  98.6G     49     78  1.17M   740K
    gptid/71ea795a-809a-11e5-884a-0cc47a546fcc      -      -     26     44  1.16M   744K
    gptid/7223d49f-809a-11e5-884a-0cc47a546fcc      -      -     25     44  1.16M   744K
--------------------------------------  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----
pool1                                   49.6T  26.4T     60     16  7.30M  1.24M
  raidz2                                15.4T  3.62T     18      3  2.23M   210K
    gptid/8273abf3-889d-11e5-8ab5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      0   334K  46.4K
    gptid/85641e2a-889d-11e5-8ab5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      0   333K  46.4K
    gptid/882bf207-889d-11e5-8ab5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      0   334K  46.4K
    gptid/8b112084-889d-11e5-8ab5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      0   334K  46.4K
    gptid/8e20deb6-889d-11e5-8ab5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      0   334K  46.4K
    gptid/91252e88-889d-11e5-8ab5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      0   334K  46.4K
    gptid/940cb743-889d-11e5-8ab5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      0   334K  46.4K
  raidz2                                15.4T  3.57T     18      3  2.30M   291K
    gptid/5134e3f9-88a2-11e5-8582-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   345K  64.0K
    gptid/5413e683-88a2-11e5-8582-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   345K  64.0K
    gptid/56fc5d0d-88a2-11e5-8582-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   345K  64.0K
    gptid/59dfecca-88a2-11e5-8582-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   345K  64.0K
    gptid/5cb31b99-88a2-11e5-8582-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   345K  64.0K
    gptid/5f9c7a47-88a2-11e5-8582-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   345K  64.0K
    gptid/62810541-88a2-11e5-8582-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   345K  64.0K
  raidz2                                17.0T  2.00T     18      3  2.28M   263K
    gptid/18451b24-8ee7-11e5-8fb5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   342K  57.6K
    gptid/1b2f4e11-8ee7-11e5-8fb5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   342K  57.6K
    gptid/1e285370-8ee7-11e5-8fb5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   342K  57.6K
    gptid/210413c7-8ee7-11e5-8fb5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   342K  57.6K
    gptid/23de6209-8ee7-11e5-8fb5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   342K  57.6K
    gptid/26bd5abc-8ee7-11e5-8fb5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   342K  57.6K
    gptid/29b1b41f-8ee7-11e5-8fb5-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      9      1   342K  57.6K
  raidz2                                1.77T  17.2T      4      5   502K   509K
    gptid/94bf7a70-b7b6-11e5-8976-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      2      1  73.2K   111K
    gptid/97f04c90-b7b6-11e5-8976-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      2      1  73.2K   111K
    gptid/9b0ad9ef-b7b6-11e5-8976-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      2      1  73.3K   111K
    gptid/9e2b3065-b7b6-11e5-8976-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      2      1  73.2K   111K
    gptid/9feb05f9-b7b6-11e5-8976-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      1      1  73.4K   111K
    gptid/a11775af-b7b6-11e5-8976-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      1      1  73.4K   111K
    gptid/a245e539-b7b6-11e5-8976-0cc47a546fcc      -      -      1      1  73.4K   111K
--------------------------------------  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----
pool2                                    353G  3.28T     16     12  2.00M   651K
  gptid/9ccc277d-826c-11e5-8238-0cc47a546fcc   353G  3.28T     16     12  2.00M   651K
--------------------------------------  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----  -----
 
[root@brienne ~]# for dev in ada0 ada1 $(perl -e 'print "da$_ " for 0 .. 37'); do echo -n "/dev/$dev"; smartctl -a /dev/$dev | perl -ne 'if (/(?:Device Model|User Capacity):\s+(.+?)\s*$/) { print "\t$1"; }'; echo; done
/dev/ada0 Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB 500,107,862,016 bytes [500 GB]
/dev/ada1 Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB 500,107,862,016 bytes [500 GB]
/dev/da0 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da1 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da2 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da3 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da4 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da5 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da6 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da7 HGST HDS724040ALE640 4,000,787,030,016 bytes [4.00 TB]
/dev/da8 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da9 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da10 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da11 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da12 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da13 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da14 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da15 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da16 KINGSTON SV300S37A120G 120,034,123,776 bytes [120 GB]
/dev/da17 KINGSTON SV300S37A120G 120,034,123,776 bytes [120 GB]
/dev/da18 ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 8,001,563,222,016 bytes [8.00 TB]
/dev/da19 ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 8,001,563,222,016 bytes [8.00 TB]
/dev/da20 ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 8,001,563,222,016 bytes [8.00 TB]
/dev/da21 ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 8,001,563,222,016 bytes [8.00 TB]
/dev/da22 ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 8,001,563,222,016 bytes [8.00 TB]
/dev/da23 WDC WD30EFRX-68AX9N0 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da24 WDC WD30EFRX-68AX9N0 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da25 WDC WD30EFRX-68AX9N0 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da26 ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 8,001,563,222,016 bytes [8.00 TB]
/dev/da27 ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 8,001,563,222,016 bytes [8.00 TB]
/dev/da28 Hitachi HDS724040ALE640 4,000,787,030,016 bytes [4.00 TB]
/dev/da29 Hitachi HDS724040ALE640 4,000,787,030,016 bytes [4.00 TB]
/dev/da30 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da31 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da32 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da33 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da34 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da35 HGST HDN724030ALE640 3,000,592,982,016 bytes [3.00 TB]
/dev/da36 Hitachi HDS724040ALE640 4,000,787,030,016 bytes [4.00 TB]
/dev/da37 Hitachi HDS724040ALE640 4,000,787,030,016 bytes [4.00 TB]
[root@brienne ~]#
Edited by MyNameIsNicola

WWW: https://nicolaw.uk   CASE: Supermicro SuperChassis 847A-R1400LPB   MBSupermicro X9DRH-IF   CPU2x Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2603 v2 @ 1.80GHz   RAM: 80GB ECC DDR3 1333   NICIntel E10G42BFSR X520-SR2   HBA: 5x LSI 9211-8i 6GB/s SAS HBA 'IT' Firmware   HDD/SSD2x 120GB Kingston SV300S37A120G SSD 2x 500GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD 8x 8TB Seagate ST8000AS0002-1NA17Z 21x 3TB Hitachi HGST HDN724030ALE640 4x 4TB Hitachi HGST HDS724040ALE640 3x 3TB Western Digital Red WDC WD30EFRX-68AX9N0

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