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Re: Will it work for QNAP 420?

I can't imagine that would be a problem. I'm running samba + raid1 on a 5-year-old (ish) ts-209 without any problems. It's got a 500 MHz CPU iirc.

My only issue is that I only get about 1 MB/s throughput on a Gbit LAN. But I haven't yet had the time to isolate the issue, so I'm not sure the problem is with the ts-209.

Even my Asus rt-n66u router can do samba+transmission+openvpn (not tried it though), so you should be fine.


On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 1:04 PM, George Sedov <radist.morse@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi guys,

Thanks for your replies.

I have another question: everybody tells me that ARM processors are a
way too slow for raid5+samba+transmission+openvpn, but the only
information I got on ARM's performance is that Marvell's 1.6 GHz
kirkwood chips are close to atom N270.

I guess you have some practical experience with ARMs, can you tell me if
Marvell's chips will be able to run all these tasks?


В Сб, 24/08/2013 в 08:39 +0200, Martin Michlmayr пишет:
> * George Sedov <radist.morse@gmail.com> [2013-08-23 19:27]:
> > 1) First of all, will it work?
> Yes, see http://www.cyrius.com/debian/kirkwood/qnap/ts-41x/
> > 3) Can I install rootfs not on the SATA drives, but rather on the usb
> > flash-stick, thus leaving all of the drives completely system-free?
> Yes, that's supported.
> > 4) Will I manage all this without any experience with debian? :) I used
> > gentoo for several years though.
> As long as you have experience with Linux, you should be fine.  I
> wouldn't recommend it to people new to Linux, though.

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