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um, it does have better hardware.
There is absolutely no better use of Ebay than this situation. 9260's with a BBU can be found for $150 easily.
I believe as of 9.3 UFS not even an option anymore.
FreeNAS probably isn't the best solution if this is the hardware you need to use.
FreeNAS is ZFS only moving forward.
DO NOT use a RAID controller with ZFS.
I also very highly recommend at least 8GB of RAM.
can the SF-2282 die already?
Why are you moving away from FreeNAS?
Save money and get one 200GB DC3700. It will provide higher performance and the loss of an SLOG with a ZIL...
Well you could get a card that isn't using that crappy GTX 460 heatsink...
The SoC in the 6 is markedly better mobile SoC than anything offered in an android.
Freenas just added experimental support for FC.
Excited to see these used as an SLOG for the ZIL.
what controller is it hooked up to?
Yeah this isnt exactly true.. Intel actively markets their 730 drives to use in a RAID-0. Tests dont show a huge increase in OS related benchmarks...
then save advice except with SFF-8088 connectors, ala the 9207-8e.
It is just internal , correct?
Any LSI SAS2008 based HBA running in IT mode. An LSI SAS 9211-8i , an IBM M1015 flashed to IT mode.. numerous...
Will it even let you turn on writeback cache without a BBU?
If its for personal use id say you are probably fine.. if this is enterprise i...
It should be using SMART data to pull the info from the drives and configure it, the problem can be when drives emulate 512b. I believe a lot of...
Here is a comparison for Linux targets http://linux-iscsi.org/wiki/Features
FreeBSD is/has switched to a new native kernel implementation .. the...
If you are going FreeNAS i would definitely go Intel.
Yes, E3 + Supermicro would be fantastic.
i5 doesn't support ECC. You would have to go with a Xeon E5 if you want 4 cores with ECC support.
It wont help as a NAS OS drive, and i really think you need a lot of RAM in order for a L2 ARC to really benefit you much.
If you want to use...
That was in reference to NFS using sync writes moreso than the need to set sync=always if using NFS, It wont really make a difference as the...
False. ESXi has no clue as to the value, importance, or other attributes of the data that your VM is attempting to write. Just about every write...
In short, VMWare datastores over iSCSI and NFS need sync=always.
Your CIFS based local network probably doesnt need it.
Write performance will...
If you are running OpenZFS, losing a SLOG device shouldn't be a disaster as long as you dont also lose power at the same time.
Speeds will slow...
What protocol are you using? NFS, iSCSI, CIFS?
stop using a RAID card, get an HBA.
So uh what exactly does the DP 1.2 setting for the monitor do?
Ram requirements just depends on usage and performance requirements. 16GB should be fine for movie streams, but damn.. 42TB just for movies?...
much better off with 1 S3700 for a ZIL.
You really should probably be looking at enterprise NL-SAS drives.
Specs look the same as Dell laptops we pay $1300 for.
Already posted above:
"the E26 would have the backplanes to support multipathing, the E16 just has cascading."
I'm running a 36 drive system with FreeNAS.
lol bro back shit up
Wait so bad things can happen when people have access to your account information and passwords? I for one thank Steve for bringing this to light.
OpenZFS currently has more features available on BSD
the E26 would have the backplanes to support multipathing, the E16 just has cascading.
He actually got help from the freenas forum turns out he as a IBM ServeRAID BR10i LSI SAS3082E-R and not an M1015.