Most energy efficient (home) setup

Jeroen van Aart jeroen at mompl.net
Fri Apr 13 16:11:47 CDT 2012


PC wrote:
> It exists.  Google for "unRAID"  It uses something like Raid4 for Parity
> data, but stores entire files on single spindles.  It's designed for home
> media server type environments.  This way, when you watch a video, only the

There may be a performance penalty using raid4, because it uses one 
parity disk. Although that system looks like it can be useful for some 
purposes it looks less ideal for home use. Also I don't see how it would 
allow you to install your own OS.

Regards,
Jeroen

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