Category: snapraid

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SnapRAID Split Parity Sync Script

SnapRAID v11 adds a sweet new feature, split parity. In the past, adding larger data disk always came with the issue of needing parity disks as large or larger than your data disks. For...

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Setting up SnapRAID on Ubuntu to Create a Flexible Home Media Fileserver

I’m often experimenting with different fileserver setups for home use. I’ve been very happy with ZFS for my mission critical files, but have found it’s inflexibity a little annoying with my home media server. As result, I’ve migrated to SnapRAID + mergerfs and it’s been working great. Here’s how I set it up.

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Script for Nightly SnapRAID Syncs and Scrubs

Since moving to the new version of SnapRAID 6.0 from 5.3, I realized that my sync script was no longer working agin. I had to modify it as such to get it working correctly. Now, with SCRUBBING! 🙂

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Home Setup Changes

I have tried both Hyper-V and ESXi over the past few months. Recently, I have returned “home” to Proxmox. I’ve used it for years, and it still is the easiest for me to configure and use.

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SnapRAID with mhddfs

Some users have been experiencing issues with AUFS’s quirks in terms of moving, or deleting files. mhddfs does not have white out files and as result, works as people expect. mhddfs is FUSE based,...

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Ubuntu AUFS NFS Export

I’ve had many people ask in the comments on my original thread how to get NFS exports working with their stock kernel. The default Ubuntu kernel does not have the option for NFS exports...

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Encrypted SnapRAID

If you have read my previous SnapRAID tutorial, you will see that I’m a big fan of it for home storage. I wanted to setup a SnapRAID volume made up of encrypted hard drives....