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  • Data storage solution for "archival" purposes.
    I pool the drives with DrivePool and I run backups with Bvckup2. Easy peasy. Source: 6 months ago
  • Future storage options
    Whichever direction you go in you'll probably want this if on windows: Source: 11 months ago
  • How to make the most out of my storage
    I have a folder on my desktop setup with syncthing so files get copied over to my desktop as soon as they've downloaded on the mini or when my pc boots up. The mini's Jellyfin instance also watches the downloads so I can stream things to my phone or TV as soon as they've downloaded. Once a week or so I boot up the external enclosure and copy over everything I want to keep. The external drives are pooled with... Source: 12 months ago
  • New Drives - To RAID or Not
    You could have a look at DrivePool ( It enables you to pool virtually endless drives without the hassle of assigning to folders and exposes all of them to applications as just one drive (it has other features as well). Should a single drive fail, then the Pool will go into read-only mode until you correct the issue (which could be removing the drive from the Pool, you'll simply lose the... Source: about 1 year ago
  • What's a really niche tool you use that you can't live without?
    Drivepool : ! This one definitvely change the way I manage my storage. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Converting my old pc to a backup solution
    As for the drives I'm thinking of grabbing a few from ServerPartDeals and upgrading my setup that uses DrivePool and snapRAID, but in Linux you would use mergerfs instead of DrivePool. Source: about 1 year ago
  • How to set up Raid on PC
    I second this, but it does require a Windows Pro license. An alternative software-based solution is - Source: about 1 year ago
  • [HDD] WD Gold Enterprise Class SATA HDD 16TB ($334.99 == $20.93/TB) [WD Canada]
    You can use TrueNAS for a proper NAS system, or unraid if you just care about a media server with tons of storage (unraid lets you pool varying drive sizes together). I've also been looking at this software to pool drives in a windows environment: Source: over 1 year ago
  • Can I use all 10 drive trays on a Dell R630? Different volumes? Different drive types?
    Should you want to use Windows then I would recommend Drivepool for a similar solution. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Data hoarding tips needed
    The most decent options for windows which would create smth familiar to raid are stablebit drivepool and windows storage spaces (but stay away from parity option). Source: over 1 year ago
  • Suggestions for nas/plex home server case /mobo
    Go big, a used fractal define r5 is around $100 on Amazon every now and then and I got lucky twice with the quality, don’t really have a suggestion for mobo. But I do have a suggestion for software: Source: over 1 year ago
  • Looking for a Windows software raid solution similar to UnRaid
    I use StableBit DrivePool and SnapRAID for that. The only catch is you have to run the parity calculator manually or setup a schedule for it. Source: over 1 year ago
  • /r/Plex's Moronic Mondays' No Stupid Questions Thread - 2022-11-07
    Check it out Source: over 1 year ago
  • Backing up large library to external HDDs
    You could combine your drives into one 'pool' with Stablebit Drivepool. Source: over 1 year ago
  • If you would start your PMS from scratch - What would you do differently this time?
    Screw Raid. Raid isn't a backup. If you want the best option for plex, its drivepool. (or mergefs for linux I guessss if you're desperate for some reason....its just not nearly as pretty and packaged). Source: over 1 year ago
  • Help deciding "RAID 1 like solutions" for Windows 10 pro
    I believe that's correct. I advise going to and reviewing their Features and FAQ pages. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • How do you store your collection of movies and how much storage do you have?
    Then I upgraded to a 45 JBOD supermicro enclosure. I just use to pool it into one big drive. It really don't matter if I lose a drive as its just movies but you can also duplicate just what you want for redundancy. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • how would you improve this chaos?
    I personally use products like I dont know if synology has similar items, I am sure with scripts you can do something similar. Those products allow me to put policies on the folders (so 1_active might have 3x local copies, 1x google, 2_recently active might be 1xlocal,1xbackblaze,1xgoogle , 1x azure.. Etc ). Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Resurrected my old motherboard and figured I'd connect up all my drives. 27tb on it, and 4.5tb on the replacement.
    I started there, now I'm using Stablebit Drivepool so I just have one driveletter to share over the network. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Radarr in Docker in Win 10: "Failed to import movie"
    Movie folder managed by Radarr lives on a DrivePool drive. Source: about 2 years ago
  • What Is Unraid?
    I'm a big fan of DrivePool (by StableBit) for Windows. You can add as many hard drives as you want and pool them together into one, optionally add duplication, and if anything fails, each hard drive is just an NTFS volume that can be accessed with any other computer. - Source: Hacker News / about 2 years ago

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