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I looked up a few guides about DIY NAS and all of them had new parts which inflates the price a lot and doesn't relate to my solution. I look up good deals and can get away with cheap parts coming in around 10-20% of what I see the guide's builds. The pre built ones that can store 6+ HDDs usually goes for 500€+
Here's what I was thinking of building, I have all parts except the CPU.
2x4GB the 1 last update 2020/07/09 DDR3 1600MHz2x4GB DDR3 1600MHz
EVGA 500W PSU
i3-4130T(or a comparable 35W CPU)
I already got a case and was thinking of running it as a simple the 1 last update 2020/07/09 file server and nothing else to start with. The cost will come out at roughly 90€ and I pay around 0.08€/kWh(0.09$/kWh).I already got a case and was thinking of running it as a simple file server and nothing else to start with. The cost will come out at roughly 90€ and I pay around 0.08€/kWh(0.09$/kWh).
I was thinking of running the simplest form of a file server in a home with as little maintenance so what would be the simplest OS choice? I have heard of FreeNAS but was wondering if there are a simpler choice for me perhaps.
I'll the 1 last update 2020/07/09 get downvoted for this, but FreeNAS is rarely the choice for a home server. IF you're mad for running a homelab, then perhaps. For running a normal home server for storing media and music, or perhaps running Plex, then there's lots of other methods.I'll get downvoted for this, but FreeNAS is rarely the choice for a home server. IF you're mad for running a homelab, then perhaps. For running a normal home server for storing media and music, or perhaps running Plex, then there's lots of other methods.
OpenMediaVault - this runs on Debian Linux, and is probably one of the most stable NAS distributions out there. Use this if you want something you can set up and forget forever. You can run ZFS-on-Linux on OMV, which is a great solution.
Windows 10/Windows Server 2016 - licenses can be got cheap on Fleabay, simple to set the 1 last update 2020/07/09 up and configure, may need rebooted or tinkered with more than other solutions.Windows 10/Windows Server 2016 - licenses can be got cheap on Fleabay, simple to set up and configure, may need rebooted or tinkered with more than other solutions.
Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racinghow to Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racing for So... to be clear, you're saying that FreeNAS is overkill unless you're the type of lunatic with your own rack and a UPS that weighs more than a child, and some adults?
FreeNAS is rarely the choice for a home server.
100% agree with this. It gets tossed around so much that way too many people think it's the best option for everything. It isn't. I use and love FreeNAS, but I'm not blinded by its shortcomings, and I understand its use cases.
I agree with this advice, I have 8GB of RAM for my server which is enough for FreeNAS but as all I’m doing is running a DNS server, media server, web server and SFTP server, I don’t need the overhead of everything else packed in with FreeNAS. So I’m just running FreeBSD with jails instead. Easier and far less of an attack vector from a security perspective.
I believe OpenMediaVault, Windows 10/server (the cheaper). I bielieve ur setup is fine for this and gives u room for expansion. If u want to store 6+ hdd, buy simple pcie-> 4* sata expansion card. OpenMediaVault is free and works fine and there are a lot of tutorials online for different uses.
I would not go for FreeNAS at the beginning of the road.
Windows 10 as a file server? What are the pros if I may ask?
I converted my old gaming pc to a nas. Used to run everything on windows. recently switched to openmedia vault and i'm running almost every app in docker containers
I've been running a hardware raid6 for a long time with very little problems (Areca controller). Decided to get away from the all-same-drive-size thingy with unraid. New system's just in testing mode right now, but so far it's great. Throw a bunch of different sized drives at it and it just keeps asking for more. Dockers and VM's are a great bonus.
Raid6 etc. systems are great for simple transparent storage solution, but can get expensive when upgrading.
You've already got almost all the parts, I'd say go for it.
Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racinghow to Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racing for There's also a whole subreddit of r/JDM_WAAAT which is dedicated to building budget builds from used enterprise parts, which is quite entertaining.
+1 for this dude, just got some of the items from his latest "NAS Killer" build. CPUs should arrive today, super excited to have a dual xeon setup for cheap
I was on the same dilema time ago.
I don't wanted to spend too much money. Just make a NAS with hardware that I already owned.
Finnaly I use this configuration.
- Intel i7 2600 (3.4GHZ), MB MSI H67MS-E43 (B3), 8GB RAM 2x4GB.
- 2x 2TB WD Purple on RAID1
- 500GB for downloads.
- 120SSD with Debian and OpenMediaVault.
Now I think is too much power for the actual use, LOL. So maybe I will downgrade the hardware specs. I'm thinking about an ITX configuration with AMD Athlon 64 LE-1640, at least 4GB of RAM, same disk configuration and a PICO PSU as power source.
Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racinghow to Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racing for If you value your data integrity and insist on zfs, then https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XigmaNAS (formerly NAS4Free) and FreeNAS https://www.freenas.org/download-freenas-release/ are absolutely fine for home and small business use. https://napp-it.org/manuals/index_en.html is another good option.
Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racinghow to Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racing for It is good practice to invest into ECC RAM in this case, though it's not strictly required.
If the device is just a NAS, it can have minimal specifications. Bottlenecks are transfer speeds on the network, read/write to disk speeds. CPU will bottleneck based on users; if it's you and another person, any dual-core will do. A small office might need a quad-core or octa-core CPU-- I say this time make comparison, someone might comment about how a 25 person office might need more. It all depends on simoltaneous use.
Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racinghow to Grapevine Trellis Plans DIY F1 Racing for I've made NAS setups with users using Samba on Ubuntu Server; quick and easy. Lots of good options out there.
Yes, I only really want to so the HDDs don't have to be connected directly to my computer. I don't really care for anything other than a file server.
In that case, a simple i3 should suffice. Does these systems have hibernation modes like pre built ones(Synology etc.) have?