Hardware for NAS/NFS?
ferrao at if.ufrj.br
Mon May 26 14:07:21 UTC 2014
+1 for FreeNAS instead of NAS4Free.
On May 26, 2014, at 4:18, Jeremy Boy <mail at jboy.eu> wrote:
> My home server has the following configuration:
> - Intel DN2800MTE (with onboard Atom CPU)
> - 2 x 2 GB SODIMM-DDR3
> - 2 x 2 TB WD RED
> - be quiet! Pure Power CM BQT L8-430W
> - CoolerMaster Elite 130
> Which runs a ZFS file system under 10-STABLE and needs about 20W.
> Do you know FreeNAS? I installed it on el-cheapo-hardware in several schools I worked in. It also supports ZFS.
> Am 26.05.2014 um 06:43 schrieb Thomas Mueller <mueller6724 at bellsouth.net>:
>> Following two Western Digital hard drives going bad, one internal SATA and one external USB 3.0, 3 TB each, I am looking for a replacement that would permit access from more than one computer at one time, and also be usable for PXE/netboot.
>> I now have two computers, and cable Internet with TP-Link wireless router that does not have a USB port.
>> I might want to mount a file system by NFS.
>> Ability to boot by PXE (network) would also be highly desirable.
>> One product that I might be interested in is Seagate Central, but there are other possibilities. Seagate Central has Ethernet connection and also USB 2.0 port, not as good as USB 3.0, but still much faster than network connection (?).
>> There are other NAS products out there, and I notice there is a tiny FreeBSD distribution NAS4free, based on FreeBSD 9.2, though I might need it to be based on FreeBSD >= 10.0.
>> I am curious what hardware setup NAS4free might be used on, though I am not decided as to using NAS4free or trying to build something like it for FreeBSD >= 10.0.
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