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GeneralWow, but NASes have moved on since I last bought one... Pin
OriginalGriff10-Aug-22 8:38
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Sadly, my old NAS fried a disk port, and that fried a disk, or a disk fried itself and that fried the disk port - but since Seagate made all the disks and the NAS itself, it's a moot point which did which.

Certainly the disk from port 2 is dead, and if I plug anything into port 2 the whole NAS locks up solid. And somehow, that destroyed the whole volume at the same time so all my info is toast. Never mind, I have the important stuff on offline archives, but I've lost all the JPG, MP3, and MP4 I loaded on from phones, CD's and DVDs over the years.

So, I've replaced the disk with an identical one to keep them the same, and bought a new NAS - QNAP TS453 this time. It's currently building the RAID volume which'll be a while longer as 16TB of disks is a time consuming process even at 6Gb/sec.

But test writes even while it's doing that show it's about 4 times faster write speed than the Seagate, and that should improve once the volume is complete.
And it supports SMB3 so Windows likes it!

But it can do other things: LDX and Docker containers ... including SQL Server as supplied in Developer Edition 2019 by Microsoft. Big Grin | :-D

That could be well worth putting on ... anyone got experience loading a docker SQL/Linux combo? (I know, I know - linux is the devil's OS but I don't have to touch it once it's running and it'll export it from my dev PC).
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