Hardware for NAS/NFS?
iamatt at gmail.com
Mon May 26 15:57:56 UTC 2014
+1 For netapp under support with flash cache etc.
On May 26, 2014 9:07 AM, "Vinícius Ferrão" <ferrao at if.ufrj.br> wrote:
> +1 for FreeNAS instead of NAS4Free.
> On May 26, 2014, at 4:18, Jeremy Boy <mail at jboy.eu> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > 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.
> > Jeremy
> > 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.
> >> Tom
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