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Lots of questions here.



Main Goal
  • LAN storage
  • Will have to support at least 8TB of data - current pictures / home videos / movies / etc
  • Example: 8TB/90% = 9TB of HD Space [compensation for 3TB = 2.72TB]
  • Additionally for RAID5: 8TB/90% = 9TB/80%(RAID5) = 11TB or 4x 3TB HDDS [min])


Operating System
  • Linux / Ubuntu-samba / FreeNAS / etc
  • I'll most likely stick with a Linux version, because I am more comfortable with the security options & terminal than with BSD.
  • I also might want to add options like SFTP, SMTP, HTTPS in the future if I buy a domain name.


Build



Network - current connection order (going down)



Questions
  • I need some suggestions for the build.
  • Any recommended changes?
  • Should I not recycle those parts? And instead buy something else?
  • Should I replace my cat5 cable with cat6 (about $230 for 1000ft + connectors + tools)?
  • Should I upgrade my router / get 2 routers (better wireless) ?
  • Upgrade 4port switch?
  • Rearrange the order (ie: modem -> switch -> 2 routers) ?

Edited by LifeIsGood169 - 11/26/12 at 10:30am
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@OP

1. You don't need 8GB of RAM for a file server.
2. If you have a spare drive lying around, use that for the OS rather than buying an SSD. Servers don't get booted very often, so you won't be seeing many SSD advantages.
3. I'd take a serious look at Western Digital's Red series of drives.
4. Keep well away from port multipliers. Hit eBay and buy a cheap 8-port SAS HBA. Since you want 3TB drives, you'll have to buy a fairly recent one.
5. A decent ~500W PSU should be enough.
6. Your network connection order is fine.

Questions:

1. Your transfer rate is what, exactly? It was a little unclear. 55Mb/sec? If you want Gigabit transfer rates, you'll need Cat 6 or good quality Cat 5e.

2. Are you looking to build a home server or a file server? A home server will have more facilities such as media streaming.
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Quote:
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@OP

Thanks for the reply and info.
1) I just figured $30 & it didn't matter. I'll look for 4gb.
2) yup true. I was 50/50 between taking one off my main rig & upgrading while i'm at it. I'll see what I come across. I have a spare 1TB WD Black... but I figured it'd be a waste for a <10gb OS. lol. Maybe I'll look into USB drives.
3)I noticed the new red drives recently. From what I've read it seems like just marketing. I couldn't find any numerical data to backup their sweeping claims. Also they cost $169 ea. compared to $149 ea for the seagate. I've also used that exact seagate drive with a anti-spin-down file writing program for over a year now & all the smart data still looks brand new. So i was just going to go off of what I was used to. But if there is a real advantage to the WD Red - I'm open to that route. In any case I will absolutely not get a WD Green. I have horrible luck with them & lag. I'm not even going to consider them.
4) Dang. I was really hoping for a pm option. To be honest, I've never used SAS or HBA & I don't even know what is it or what the connection looks like. I guess i'm off to google.
5) Thanks I was mostly clueless on the psu needs.
6)k

My transfer rate across my current server from most computers starts at about 80mb/s then averages down to ~50mb/s (bytes, not bits). I was just listing this as extra info for my network questions. I'm unsure what the current bottleneck is. Is it the router? Cat5 cable? Network card & slow server bus? or HDD speed? When I run a txt based server monitor - the 'waiting for I/O' data doesn't get too large at all. So I am really assuming my limiting factor has something to do with the network aspect.

If I were to build the above system - what would be the limiting factor now? The cat5 wire? I've heard cat5 usually averages down to 10-12mb/s [bytes] (~100mb [bits]). But my current transfer rate happens to be ~50mb/s [bytes].


2. the main goal is a linux file server. I've built a few other linux servers before including some php5, apache2, mysql stuff. So, the primary purpose is a file server, but I might end up partitioning a small portion in the future to setup a custom mail/smtp (postfix) server, or a www domain with php5/apache2/ or Secure-FTP. It really depends on my mood for where I take this server in my spare time. But the main purpose is definitely file sharing.
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@OP

Thanks for the clarification.

Network
The bottlenecks will be a) your network adapters and b) the Cat 5. Good quality Cat 5 will do 1Gb over short runs; Cat 6 is better than Cat 5 for Gigabit, and Intel NICs are much better than the typical onboard NIC (usually Realtek).

Disks
WD Red have TLER built in, which makes them far more suitable for RAID and/or NAS applications than typical desktop drives.
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Thanks again, I appreciate the information and response.

Ah yes. You are definitely right on the MB network adapters. Do you have a NIC you would recommend for a LAN server? The prices I see are all over the map.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833106014

It seems I'm going to replace the cat5 cable with cat6a before this project goes two crazy (I already have about 6 computers, 2 servers, and 5 other misc. devices plugged in). So I'm sure the added speed will help even if I only upgraded to cat5e.

& I'm trying to find a JOBOD card for my software RAID - but with all my computer building I don't have any idea how I'm going to plug stuff in after the PCI-E interface. The two ports don't even look like SATA compatible ports. How do I connect say, 6 hard drives to this? I'm looking for a reliable way to connect ~10HD's. I assume my MB will have 6 SATA ports. So I need 4-6 more SATA Ports somehow.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816117157
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Ok well I think I finally figured out what I was missing..... mini-SAS to SATA breakout cable. I didn't understand how 2 ports could plug in 8 HD's. Now I see the SAS breakout cable physically splits into several SATA cables. Man that was tough. In all my googling, that one detail was like impossible to find. It was rarely mentioned on a build.

So I just need to confirm my choice of jbod or raid card. It seems like LSI or 3ware is a safe bet. I just have to make sure occasional drive spindowns are compatible with the firmware / along with a jbod mode. Then it seems I shall just have plug in play & could hook up a ridiculous amount of HDDs. smile.gif
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@OP


Network Card
That card is fine, but look on eBay for a single port version, unless you intend to use the two ports.

SAS HBA
I'd stick with LSI or LSI-based cards; they'll give you the least amount of grief. Just make sure which ever one you choose supports 3TB drives. smile.gif Also, the cable is a "forward breakout cable", which is electrically different to a "reverse breakout cable". make sure you order the right one. tongue.gif
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If you go with a SAS RAID card and want to expand past the 8 drives that the card supports, you can always look at picking up an HP SAS Expander. There is a post over on [H] here that has a plethora of information about this expander card and what RAID cards work with it. Enjoy your new NAS/Server! thumb.gif
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+1 to full CAT6

Also, don't put the switch before the router.
    
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You can put the switch before the router if you have multiple static WAN IPs.
    
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