Re: NAS raid with Debian?
You are best to build your own, given that the majority of cheap NAS
boxes use Freescale ARM or even MIP's chips. The poor little buses in
these things are barely able to transport between 10-50mbit between
the CPU and attached storage devices. So your performance is always
going to be marginal. Certainly nowhere near the performance of a
cheap x86_64 based board attached to a Sata disk.
You can pick up relatively inexpensive atom or amd e series mobo's or
even laptops with ESATA for the 200-300$ range and then just add esata
caddy to them.
On 4 April 2013 13:00, Rick Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Are there any readily available, inexpensive (US$200-500), NAS (Network
> Attached Storage) boxes in the 1-3TB capacity that are capable of running
> Debian and NFS?
> I'm looking for a device that can export a RAID-1, either ext4 or ZFS,
> capacity in the 1-3TB range (two disks, each of that capacity, mirrored) via
> NFSv with gigabit networking.
> Any suggestions? Any experience to share?
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