Best NAS based OS.
by Regenflow - October 24, 2019 at 04:19 PM
#1
I have heard of software such as FreeNAS but never used them before , anyone had any issues with it or recommend any other good NAS software.

Trying to pull alway from windows and it's bloatware.
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#2
FreeNAS if pretty good, easy to use, many manuals available
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#3
what about unraid, has anybody tried it?

I heard its pretty much plug and play although the license its about 59$ for up to 6 hard disk :/
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#4
I would just stick with FreeNAS , most others are pretty terrible
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#5
Go with one of the old, proven fuckers. There's 3,4 of them (FreeNAS being one). You don't want to be a beta tester for someone especially when it's your security at stake. Also, they might not be around in a year. You also don't know how quick they're to provide patches and updates. The old guy has documentation for everything and forums. Try a few in a vm.
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#6
I agree FreeNAS is the best solution
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#7
yes bro you are right
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#8
FreeNAS is tried and true. Based on BSD, native ZFS support. You can't really go wrong.
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#9
go with the Free Nas is pretty cool
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#10
It's time for me to buy Western Digital Red models ;0)
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#11
yes bro you are right
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#12
One More + for FreeNAS. Getting up to 1PB on my server(mostly leaks and stuff from /r/datahoarder on reddit)
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