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Having looked at the UnRAID wiki I found out that you can add a larger disk than the parity disk, you just have to replace the parity disk with said larger one, then you can add the old parity disk as a new disk. So now I'm leaning towards UnRAID.
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@SoloCamo I already have a system I can use, I prefer to use hardware I already have (with upgrades if/as necessary) whenever possible.
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If I were you I would use a rasberry pi/ hard drive dock combo. Way cheaper, way less power, and could do everything you want.
    
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That might be cheaper if I didn't already have usable hardware, and I hadn't already ordered upgrades for it. It would also require me to learn how to use a Raspberry Pi.
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@SoloCamo I already have a system I can use, I prefer to use hardware I already have (with upgrades if/as necessary) whenever possible.

Ok, thanks for clarifying. Though it should be obvious enough at this point it seems myself and others misread the first post thinking you were looking to pick it up and didn't already own it. Might want to update the post. Good news is if you find the cpu too weak you do have quite a few options to upgrade.

4gb and a higher clocked cpu would do wonders in that case.
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My HTPC / server is running on a AMD Kabini AM1 Quad @ 2.2 ghz. 8gb of ram. 25w tdp.

This server is also doing dhcp, dns caching, apt-cach proxy, backups for 2 laptops, torrent server, a pair of 4 person minecraft servers (creative and survival, never more than 2 people logged in at a time), ltsp serving up images to 2 remote htpc clients, central storage for all media in the house, mythtv-backend, direct booting to Kodi (remote htpc ltsp also boot kodi from the server).

With both of us on the Minecraft server and a movie playing we are hitting 10-25% cpu usage. According to my Kill-A-Watt it costs me 1$ a month to run 24/7.

Doesn't take much to run a media storage device.
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So am I right in understanding that if I wanted a RAID setup (software RAID in OpenMediaVault or other Linux) I could add disks to it would have to be RAID 1, in which case adding disks to the array would increase redundancy not usable space, and that if I wanted to increase usable space in a RAID 5/6 array I would have to swap all of the disks for larger ones rather than add disks to the array?

Yes, though that link on Growing covers this topic of RAID on LVM for expanding-by-adding a RAID type that has parity checking. There's also a convenient visual explanation of that here (top response). I'm not hands-on familiar with parity schemes but it seems like LVM would be more useful there than with simple RAID 1, especially if you plan to scale up later.
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I currently have two 2TB 7200RPM disks which are empty and crying out to be used. If I got two more I could build a RAID 5 array with 6TB of usable space (which would be enough for now and the foreseeable future until I get a 4K monitor), then in the future swap them for 4x3TB or 4x4TB disks, yes?

Not so fast, look at this table. Your space efficiency would actually be 1-(1/4) with four drives, which means you will only have 4.5TB of usable space. The remaining space will be needed for parity data, and unlike RAID 1, RAID 5 can only handle one drive failure at a time. So all in all it mostly comes down to what you really need more of: space or redundancy. Remember though that there are 8TB HDDs available now so even with RAID 1 you could start off at 2x2TB and end up scaling up to 8TB without losing any of the benefits of RAID 1 (simplicity and redundancy).
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Your space efficiency would actually be 1-(1/4) with four drives, which means you will only have 4.5TB of usable space.

Surely (1-[1/4])*8 = 0.75*8 = 6 ?

At any rate, I'm leaning towards UnRAID, because with that I can add one drive at a time, and use drives of different sizes if necessary. There's also that easy-to-use GUI. I think I'll give it a try, then if it turns out that it won't run on my hardware, I'll use OpenMediaVault.
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Ok, thanks for clarifying. Though it should be obvious enough at this point it seems myself and others misread the first post thinking you were looking to pick it up and didn't already own it. Might want to update the post. Good news is if you find the cpu too weak you do have quite a few options to upgrade.

4gb and a higher clocked cpu would do wonders in that case.

I have updated the original post. The C2D E8500 is the fastest (3.16GHz) highest-scoring-on-PassMark (2310) CPU my motherboard will support.
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Surely (1-[1/4])*8 = 0.75*8 = 6 ?

n represents the total number of drives, where is the 8 coming from? 1-(1/4) = 0.75, meaning 75% of the total drive space will be usable under that RAID scheme regardless of how much total space all your drives add up to. If you were to expand to eight drives then the formula changes to 1-(1/8) or 87.5%, meaning that with RAID 5 the more drives you add the more usable space you get of the total.

On the other hand, the formula for RAID 1 is 1/n, so regardless of how many drives are added to the array, the total usable space will always come out to a percentage equivalent to the capacity of a single drive.
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At any rate, I'm leaning towards UnRAID, because with that I can add one drive at a time, and use drives of different sizes if necessary. There's also that easy-to-use GUI. I think I'll give it a try, then if it turns out that it won't run on my hardware, I'll use OpenMediaVault.

Sorry, I don't know the first thing about unRAID but storage in general is tricky business to just jump into so if possible try and do a trial run of whatever you'll be getting into, and don't forget about the recovery procedure!
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