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OS solutions for my Gen8 NAS Part 1

Here is that post that i talked about, so in it ill be having a look at Open Media Vault and Nas4Free!

The system i am testing on is a intel sg2600gz, a pair of Xeon E5-2650 @ 2.0GHz with 32gig rddims @1600 and raid 1 10k 6gig sas drives. 1,063 more words

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MicroServer FreeNAS project Update! Part 3

So i’ve sat down and done a bit of research on some of the NAS like operating systems around. Originally Freenas Corral is what got me so interested in building my own. 258 more words

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MicroServer FreeNAS project Update! Part 2

Turns out that the spare hynix ram i had lying around was ecc registered! unfortunately the Gen8 micro server only takes unregistered DDR3 which is kinda expensive (when compared to registered). 255 more words

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UPS Part 3 and clean up! Completed!

After pulling the batteries out and having a closer look at everything i noticed that one wire had some damage done to the outer plastic shielding however it had not gone though to the copper wires. 295 more words

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Using FreeNAS for NSX FTP Backups

FreeNAS is a very powerful storage solution and is quite popular with those running vSphere and NSX home labs. I recently built a new FreeNAS 9.10 system and wanted to share some of my experiences getting NSX FTP backups going. 1,965 more words

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UPS and more...

So after having a poke around the unit i found out that “On buck” basically means that the incoming voltage from the wall was higher than the output voltage of the unit, so after reading the PDF manual I discovered that I had to set the rear switches to a specific way in-order to accommodate the voltage and clear the “On Buck” warning. 228 more words

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Installing FreeNAS on a HP Microserver

Another post about my installation experience, mainly so that I can look up what issues I came across if I have to do this again. This is on my HP Gen8 Microserver (by now Gen10 is already out). 405 more words

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