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I can say one thing... get a case that has easily accessible drives.. doesn't have to be hot-swap bays or anything fancy, but even some of the nicer towers with the full-height drive cage with trays would be great. Just noticed a drive had failed (7 years old, so I don't feel that bad) while I was on vacation. Got home, ordered a new drive from amazon. It arrived this morning, and I was able to stop the array, power down, replace it, and power back up in about 15 minutes (label the trays with which unRAID disk# they are holding). Kick off the rebuild (which will take like 9 hours I think), and get right back to watching tv.

Total downtime for a drive failure with zero data loss 15 minutes... gotta love unRAID!
Yeah, I've had to replace a couple drives since I started running unRAID. It's a wonderful thing. Especially with the Docker & VM functionality.
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Yeah, I've had to replace a couple drives since I started running unRAID. It's a wonderful thing. Especially with the Docker & VM functionality.
Probably the greatest thing was being able to choose the downtime. The drive failed a week ago, and didn't affect operation of anything until i took the time to shut it down and replace it this morning. I'm thinking about throwing my new 'ready spare' in as second parity volume, but I don't really know if there is the easy ability to easily transition a second parity to a data drive.
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