NAS and SAN
So i was reading this article :
Storage Solution and HDDs
This is going to be a little rough as I can't seem to come up with the best wording.This applies to storage solutions (NAS/SAN).Would you rather leave your HDDs spinning all the time or have them shut off during idle time? I have a NAS on the network but I notice it spins up the drives when...
looking to build a san solution
I'm looking to create a NAS device for my home network. Something small that I could put near my router that would have raid-ed storage array's for backups and putting movies, etc.. on. What are some of your suggestions? '); }
Internal storage vs external storage
Hi, Just wondering what are the pros and cons of getting a server with local storage vs getting an external storage (NAS or SAN)? Thanks.
Infiniband, or SAN systems vs NAS on nMP
I been using Netgear NAS for a few years for external storage and it seems fast enough that all bluray movies uncompressed play perfectly using PowerDVD 13 ultra on desktop pc (windows 8.1, intel ssd ) and MacBook Air 11" using macgo bluray player as all files are iso. What advantage is the...
SAN + SAS help
Hello, I'm not exactly new to computers, am however new to SAN's. What I truly was looking for I guess is probably a NAS however I came across a 32TB SAN for a killer price and bought it, now have to figure out what I need to purchase in order for it to be used. I bought an 3U 16 bay S1...
QNAP TS-469U-RP 40mm Fans
I love my NAS. It's great, but its loud.Does anyone have any experience with 40mm fans? Any quiet one's that are recommended?Or if you have the same or similar NAS or "discomfort" please share your solutions.The OEM fans are the SANYO DENKI San Ace 40, but I can't find any reviews about ...
This just came in
Still waiting for the rest of the components. Can't wait to do this build! Wont be filling all those drive bays mind you, but I plan for this to last me a very long time so I have tons of room for expansion. Basically building a NAS/SAN. Going to treat it more like a SAN thou...
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