New Thecus N5810 Pro – Linux storage server, 5 gigabit ports, built-in battery backup. Solve the Linux MD raid write hole.
The new unit is faster and quieter than last generation, now also with some new features.
If you want a home server, and don’t necessarily want to build it on your own, then you should take a good look at the Thecus N5810 Pro. It runs linux, and has a lot of plugins that will allow you to add a lot of packages to it including Plex media server, Drupal/Wordpress, Dropbox, S3, uTorrent, etc.
It also comes with Acronis Snapshot software which will allow you to snapshot client PCs on your LAN to the NAS and restore them in the event of failure.
While it can be a media server with HDMI out, we also used this as a media server with Plex and our Arch Linux ASRock Beebox:
This is coming up in another video soon, but the BeeBox can stream 4k (30hz) video from the Thecus no problem.
Let us know what you think in the forums at teksyndicate.com!
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