I Ran Out Of Space, Let's Build An UNRAID NAS!
Tags: unraid, home server, network attached storage, seagate iron wolf, synology, seagate, silverstone ds380, amd a4 4400, amd a8, computing, videos, nas
I wanted to give a final push on a project that I'm really excited about and have been working on for almost a year which I never found time to finish, but I was very close to running out of space on my Synology NAS (so I guess I didn't have time to finish it again).
So for this unplanned part of The Eric Experiment, I decided to build an UNRAID NAS that should give me enough storage for the next. References from the Video:
- 0:00 - Intro
- 0:35 - Background
- 1:31 - What I was using before
- 2:16 - What I chose to go with
- 2:31 - The parts I bought for the build
- 3:04 - Motherboard/Memory/CPU
- 4:25 - Build
- 7:13 - Get the Hard drives ready
- 7:37 - Preparing the UNRAID Flash drive
- 8:12 - A story about over-confidence.
- 9:07 - Turning the computer on (successfully) for the first time
- 9:30 - Initializing UNRAID
- 9:49 - Explaining how UNRAID works
- 12:29 - Setting up the Array
- 13:11 - Getting ready to move files over
- 18:09 - Installing the new processor
- 18:55 - Finish assemble
- 19:31 - Re-adding the parity drive
- 19:51 - Prepare the Synology Drives
- 20:46 - Zero the Synology Drives
- 21:17 - Adding the Synology Drives to the Array
- 23:09 - Outro
Click here to go to the Youtube Video.
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