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I'm gonna post mine here, but I was curious what the rules were for mounted storage (via NFS)?  I distribute my storage across two systems then present it logically to the docker apps as a single storage pool.

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9 minutes ago, dkuhn said:

I'm gonna post mine here, but I was curious what the rules were for mounted storage (via NFS)?  I distribute my storage across two systems then present it logically to the docker apps as a single storage pool.

for the ranking, it only matters where the physical disks are. So if you have two servers that somehow pool storage together, each one has to meet the minimum requirements for total size and number of disks.

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Just now, brwainer said:

for the ranking, it only matters where the physical disks are. So if you have two servers that somehow pool storage together, each one has to meet the minimum requirements for total size and number of disks.

good deal, thanks

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so it looks like my Synology won't qualify here, but that's fine...it's only 32TB

 

instead, here's my unRAID system that I use to house my modest Plex system

I'm not providing my case/psu/mobo as I honestly don't remember what they are and I'm too lazy to look :)

 

Hardware:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600

HS: Stock cooler

RAM: 16GB of <insert brand>

SSD: 1 x 525GB Crucial MX300

HDD 1: 5 x 8TB WD80EFZX

UPS: 2x APC SmartUPS 3000XL SU3000RMXL3U (not pictured)

Rack: Startech 12U

Network Stack: Cisco Meraki MS225-24 switch, MX84 firewall

 

Software and Configuration:
OS: unRAID

RAID config: unRAID High Water

File system: btrfs
File system capacity: 32TB presented, 40TB raw (add'l 22TB presented via NFS from my Synology DS1515 w/4x 8TB WD80EFZX)

 

Usage:
Plex. I have a lot of stuff. 724 movies, 233 TV shows with 18,224 episodes. I share this with close friends and family so uptime and performance is very important. I have at least 6 concurrent transcodes going at any point in time, most 1080P with some 4K. It's essentially full at this point so I'm looking at replacing it with a Norco RPC-4224 and consolidating all of my storage into a single chassis. Going to get rid of the R710/MD1200 and the Xserve/Xserve RAID - they're power hogs and are not expandable any further

 

Backup:
I back up my most important media to my grandfathered Google Apps account.

 

Photos:

The system in question is the top one.  Couldn't help but show off the rest, though.  Might do other posts for them later.  Yes, I know it's dusty as shit.  I'm in the process of moving and all this will be torn apart, cleaned piece by piece and reassembled with dust filtration in the new rack.

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Updated my post, moved my SSDs over and added 2x port 10gb mellanox card.

 

NIC: Mellanox MNPH29D-XTR

HDD 3: 3x 512GB Samsung EVO SSD

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So... the reason I've not really been around much in the past year was because I was doing the final year of my degree and didn't really have any spare time. But the good news is: I'm finally an officially certified electrical engineer (albeit an unemployed one at the moment)! I will be updating the list in the near future (no, seriously! :D), but it turns out that there have been some updates to the Python libraries I'm using and the plot output is kinda broken (very nice of them, isn't it?), so I need to debug that first before I can update the rankings. Yay!
 

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2 hours ago, alpenwasser said:

So... the reason I've not really been around much in the past year was because I was doing the final year of my degree and didn't really have any spare time. But the good news is: I'm finally an officially certified electrical engineer (albeit an unemployed one at the moment)! I will be updating the list in the near future (no, seriously! :D), but it turns out that there have been some updates to the Python libraries I'm using and the plot output is kinda broken (very nice of them, isn't it?), so I need to debug that first before I can update the rankings. Yay!
 

Maybe that'll motivate me to actually post the update to my server :P

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Update 

Another Seagate is gone, altho reading this thread that seems to be a theme. just an update on the HGST Drives I have been using to replace failed one I put in there nearly a year ago has been running without issue to date 

 

HDD 0 5 of Seagate Barracuda 3 TB HDD SATA 6 Gb/s in raidz1 [15TB actual][10 usable]

HDD 0 4 of Seagate Barracuda 3 TB HDD SATA 6 Gb/s 

HDD 0:  3 of Seagate Barracuda 3 TB HDD SATA 6 Gb/s 

&

HDD 1 2 of HGST Ultrastar 7K4000 HUS724030ALE641 6.0Gb/s 3.5" (Certified Refurbished) all in raidz1 [15TB actual][10 usable]

 

Software and Configuration:
This was just updated to FreeNAS-11.1-RELEASE

 

looking for the other post on this machine?

Orignal post

Update 1

Update 2

Update 3

 

 

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I need a case that will fit all my drives into one system...

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

 

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44 minutes ago, unijab said:

I need a case that will fit all my drives into one system...

 

How many do you have at the moment?

 

*whispers*

 

Also, the images in your post are broken... ;)

 

 

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58 minutes ago, alpenwasser said:

 

How many do you have at the moment?

 

*whispers*

 

Also, the images in your post are broken... ;)

 

 

 

I'll see if I can fix them....I need to get away from photobucket

They must of recently changed their TOS to prevent seeing the pictures if you aren't on their site, so you have to pay to embed them other places... Any recommendations??

 

..........

 

 

Well ... I have:

12 each 2.5" wd red 1TB

5 each 3.5" seagate 4TB

4 each 3.5" wd green 3TB

3 each 240G SSDs

2 each 960G SSDs

 

I would like to consolidate them all into one box if I can find something large enough... in tower form ( i dont have space for rack mount yet )

 

But I also want to have time to play with a qlogic FC hba to see if I can get it into target mode and create a hacked SAN server.... (instead of iscsi like I do now)

 

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2 minutes ago, unijab said:

 

I'll see if I can fix them....I need to get away from photobucket

 

Well ... I have:

12 each 2.5" wd red 1TB

5 each 3.5" seagate 4TB

4 each 3.5" wd green 3TB

3 each 240G SSDs

2 each 960G SSDs

 

I would like to consolidate them all into one box if I can find something large enough... in tower form ( i dont have space for rack mount yet )

 

But I also want to have time to play with a qlogic FC hba to see if I can get it into target mode and create a hacked SAN server.... (instead of iscsi like I do now)

 

There's pretty much no way you're getting 26 drives to fit nicely into a single Tower style case.

 

If you really are wanting to do that, I'd look at maybe CaseLabs and see if they have a modular design that can take enough HDD cages.

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2 hours ago, alpenwasser said:

 

How many do you have at the moment?

 

*whispers*

 

Also, the images in your post are broken... ;)

 

 

FYI... did you not see the pictures in the post below that ... that are working?

 

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1 hour ago, unijab said:

 

I'll see if I can fix them....I need to get away from photobucket

They must of recently changed their TOS to prevent seeing the pictures if you aren't on their site, so you have to pay to embed them other places... Any recommendations??

 

 

I see you've uploaded them to LTT now. I'd actually forgotten that you could do that (just goes to show how long I've been absent :D ).

 

1 hour ago, unijab said:

 

Well ... I have:

12 each 2.5" wd red 1TB

5 each 3.5" seagate 4TB

4 each 3.5" wd green 3TB

3 each 240G SSDs

2 each 960G SSDs

 

I would like to consolidate them all into one box if I can find something large enough... in tower form ( i dont have space for rack mount yet )

 

But I also want to have time to play with a qlogic FC hba to see if I can get it into target mode and create a hacked SAN server.... (instead of iscsi like I do now)

 

 

1 hour ago, dalekphalm said:

There's pretty much no way you're getting 26 drives to fit nicely into a single Tower style case.

 

If you really are wanting to do that, I'd look at maybe CaseLabs and see if they have a modular design that can take enough HDD cages.

 

Yeah, Caselabs almost certainly have something which can accommodate 26 drives. Ain't going to be cheap though. You could also look for something with lots of 5.25" bays, and then fill those with hotswap cages. Given that some of your drives are 2.5", something like the Xigmatek Elysium could accomodate your HDD combo:

- one 8 × 2.5" -> 2 × 5.25" bay adapter

- one 4 × 2.5" -> 1 × 5.25" bay adapter

- three 5 × 3.5" -> 3 × 5.25" bay adapters

 

This would give you 12 2.5" slots and 15 3.5" slots, but it would be neither pretty, nor quiet, nor cheap. So I'd probably still recommend Caselabs. Or a custom mod, obviously, but that's going to be quite a bit of work if you want it done cleanly (it would fit into my server's case for example, and that's not even a huge tower).

 

41 minutes ago, unijab said:

FYI... did you not see the pictures in the post below that ... that are working?

 

All working for me now. thumb.gif

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Two years ago I swapped my pentium+H81+8gb DDR3 for a 1230v2+supermicro+32gb ecc and earlier today I added an HGST 5k4000, a second WD Blue, removed the 1tb barracuda and 1tb green, and replaced the CX500m with an RM650x. Bringing me up to 18tb total. 

 

I forgot to take some new pictures, so the old ones (from when I did the rebuild two years ago will have to suffice as it's mostly the same). 

 

Hardware
CASE: NZXT Source 210 
PSU: Corsair RM650x 
MB: Supermicro X9SCM-F
CPU: Intel Xeon E3 1230v2
HS: Stock Intel Heatsink
RAM: 32GB (4x8gb) ECC DDR3 1600
SATA controller: Syba SI-PEX 40064

OS Drive: 2x Sandisk Cruzer 16gb (Mirrored) 
HDD 1: 3x 4TB Western Digital Reds
HDD 2: 1x 4TB HGST 5k4000 (from an old WD My Book)
HDD 3: 2x 1TB Western Digital Blues (from my desktop/s) 
UPS: APC BE750G

 

Software and Configuration:
I'm running FreeNAS on my home media server consisting of six volumes.

  • Four 4TB drives each in their own volume thus a drive can fail without compromising the rest of the data (16TB usable storage), used for the bulk of the storage.
  • Two 1TB Blues each in their own volume. 

Usage:
The main use is in-home and remote streaming of movies, TV shows, photos, and games. Eventually I'll setup owncloud.

Photos:

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I would still really like to replace the Source 210 as it's horrible for cable managing all the drives, but I can't see spending $70~ on an R4/R5/R6/804.

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8 minutes ago, djdwosk97 said:

Two years ago I swapped my pentium+H81+8gb DDR3 for a 1230v2+supermicro+32gb ecc and earlier today I added an HGST 5k4000, a second WD Blue, removed the 1tb barracuda and 1tb green, and replaced the CX500m with an RM650x. Bringing me up to 18tb total. 

 

I forgot to take some new pictures, so the old ones (from when I did the rebuild two years ago will have to suffice as it's mostly the same). 

 

Hardware
CASE: NZXT Source 210 
PSU: Corsair RM650x 
MB: Supermicro X9SCM-F
CPU: Intel Xeon E3 1230v2
HS: Stock Intel Heatsink
RAM: 32GB (4x8gb) ECC DDR3 1600
SATA controller: Syba SI-PEX 40064

OS Drive: 2x Sandisk Cruzer 16gb (Mirrored) 
HDD 1: 3x 4TB Western Digital Reds
HDD 2: 1x 4TB HGST 5k4000 (from an old WD My Book)
HDD 3: 2x 1TB Western Digital Blues (from my desktop/s) 
UPS: APC BE750G

 

Software and Configuration:
I'm running FreeNAS on my home media server consisting of six volumes.

  • Four 4TB drives each in their own volume thus a drive can fail without compromising the rest of the data (16TB usable storage), used for the bulk of the storage.
  • Two 1TB Blues each in their own volume. 

Usage:
The main use is in-home and remote streaming of movies, TV shows, photos, and games. Eventually I'll setup owncloud.

Photos:

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I'm curious why you chose FreeNAS but also chose not to use ZFS RAIDZ volumes? Why didn't you use RAIDZ1 with the 4x 4TB HDD's, for example?

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1 hour ago, dalekphalm said:

I'm curious why you chose FreeNAS but also chose not to use ZFS RAIDZ volumes? Why didn't you use RAIDZ1 with the 4x 4TB HDD's, for example?

I just added the fourth drive this morning (everything else is a few years old at this point). And I needed 12tb usable before and 16tb usable now, so that would have required an extra $150/$300 (since I'd probably go z2 at that point) that I didn't want to spend. I chose FreeNAS because it was the first OS I tried and I really liked it. 

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18 hours ago, djdwosk97 said:

I just added the fourth drive this morning (everything else is a few years old at this point). And I needed 12tb usable before and 16tb usable now, so that would have required an extra $150/$300 (since I'd probably go z2 at that point) that I didn't want to spend. I chose FreeNAS because it was the first OS I tried and I really liked it. 

Ah yes, that bitter cost of sweet, sweet redundancy. Been there, I empathize.

 

I'll update the rankings as soon as I've worked out the kinks in the script.

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37 minutes ago, alpenwasser said:

I'll update the rankings as soon as I've worked out the kinks in the script.

 

 

I just realized that if I can get all my non-ssd drives into my storage server case.... I would jump up to 20th place... wow

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I just realized that if I can get all my non-ssd drives into my storage server case.... I would jump up to 20th place... wow

 

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So...

 

There is a really cool (IMO) change coming to my storage server soon... (aka its in the mail)

I figured out that you can get a FC HBA in target mode using Fedora...

 

So guess who got some really cheap 4Gb FC HBAs... and using linux multipathd.. really nice speeds!!! (not that my disk arrays will max anything out)

 

So no more iSCSI for me.

 

Also, been playing with ZFS (on linux)... so there's that also.

 

:)

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Update #1 

 

Long time since I've posted here and the storage situation has changed quite a lot. Gotten an interest in rack servers and I now have had a Dell PowerEdge R515 as my dedicated storage server for almost a year.

 

Old post

 

Hardware:

Server: Dell PowerEdge R515

CPU: 2x AMD Opteron 4174 HE

RAM: 32 GB DDR3 ECC

Controller/HBA: H200 (IT mode)

 

SSD 1: 128 GB Lenovo Branded Samsung

HDD 1: 4 TB Seagate Barracuda 5900 RPM
HDD 2: 4 TB Seagate Barracuda 5900 RPM

HDD 3: 4 TB Seagate Barracuda  5900 RPM

HDD 4: 4 TB Seagate Barracuda  5900 RPM

HDD 5: 3 TB Seagate Barracuda  5900 RPM

HDD 6: 3 TB Seagate Barracuda  5900 RPM

HDD 7: 3 TB Seagate Barracuda  5900 RPM

HDD 8: 3 TB Seagate Consellation  7200 RPM

HDD 9: 8 TB Seagate Archive 5900 RPM

HDD 10: 8 TB Seagate Archive 5900 RPM

HDD 11: 8 TB Seagate Archive 5900 RPM

HDD 12: 8 TB Seagate Archive 5900 RPM


Total storage: 60 TB

 


Software and Configuration:
 

The server is running FreeNAS 11.1 and I chose FreeNAS as I wanted ZFS for the additional data security and just to try something else than Windows.
 

The SSD is just sitting there unused as I would have to move the ESXi server that is on top away to take it out.


HDDs are set up in 3x ZPools:

  • 4x3 TB drives RAIDz1 (RAID5) for 9 TB formatted.
  • 4x4 TB drives RAIDz1 (RAID5) for 12 TB formatted.
  • 4x8 TB drives RAIDz2 (RAID6) for 16 TB formatted.

In total I end up with 60 TB raw or 37 TB formatted (bit less due to using ZFS). 

 

Usage:
Storing personal files, backups for family, media and Veeam backups (VMs) .

 

Backup:
The most important files are backed up to Google Drive.

 

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Front of servers. R515 on the bottom and a Supermicro server on the top with dual E5-2650L and 128 GB RAM running ESXi. 
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Available space isn't a luxury, but it has to be in a separate room due to noise so I took the best I had available.

 

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Rackable SGI SE3016 waiting to be used once I get another HBA for it which will allow for more expansion.

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On 12/30/2017 at 7:09 PM, unijab said:

So...

 

There is a really cool (IMO) change coming to my storage server soon... (aka its in the mail)

I figured out that you can get a FC HBA in target mode using Fedora...

 

So guess who got some really cheap 4Gb FC HBAs... and using linux multipathd.. really nice speeds!!! (not that my disk arrays will max anything out)

 

So no more iSCSI for me.

 

Also, been playing with ZFS (on linux)... so there's that also.

 

:)

 

 

Everything is looking good....

 

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How it looks on my proxmox server....

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

 

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The Muffinator 

 

Hardware
CPU - Pentium E6600 

PSU - some old shitty HP one

MB - 

GPU - 8400 GS (Gigabyte GV-N84S-512I)

Case - an old case I own

RAM - 2 X 1024MB DDR2 (will be upgraded with 2 X 2048MB DDR2 sticks soonish)

HDD 1 - 4 X 2TB Seagate and/or WD drives
HDD 2 - 2 X 1.5TB Seagate and/or WD drives

OS drive - 8GB SanDisk Flash drive with xpenology on it

 

max storage- 11TB

Usable Storage- 6.5TB (Using SHR thing (the synology hybrid RAID one with 2 drive redundancy)

 

 

points- 19.7

The owner of "too many" computers, called

The Lord of all Toasters (1920X 1080ti 32GB)

The Toasted Controller (i5 4670, R9 380, 24GB)

The Semi Portable Toastie machine (i7 3612QM (was an i3) intel HD 4000 16GB)'

Bread and Butter Pudding (i7 7700HQ, 1050ti, 16GB)

Pinoutbutter Sandwhich (raspberry pi 3 B)

The Portable Slice of Bread (N270, HAHAHA, 2GB)

Muffinator (C2D E6600, Geforce 8400, 6GB, 8X2TB HDD)

Toastbuster (WIP, should be cool)

loaf and let dough (A printer that doesn't print black ink)

The Cheese Toastie (C2D (of some sort), GTX 760, 3GB, win XP gaming machine)

The Toaster (C2D, intel HD, 4GB, 2X1TB NAS)

Matter of Loaf and death (some old shitty AMD laptop)

windybread (4X E5470, intel HD, 32GB ECC) (use coming soon, maybe)

And more, several more

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On 30/01/2018 at 1:08 PM, grimreeper132 said:

The Muffinator 

 

xDxD

 

+50 points for the name

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