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If you can't make Jordan's talk today, we'll be livestreaming it here at 7:30PM PST.
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Check out this article from Guy, Robot about how he built and configured a virtualized 16TB FreeNAS system using ESXi 6.5 for some ideas.
I like to build a NAS every so often and this year is no different. It comes with a twist though – not only does the NAS have to be almost silently and beautiful enough to fit on my desk, I …
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ServeTheHome is upgrading their lab storage using FreeNAS. Check out the new build and read their tips for users who want to do something similar.
We show off a new lab storage built using FreeNAS to manage our ZFS storage platform. Check it out for ideas for your own build.
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Save up to $500 in our biggest deal ever! http://bit.ly/2fKiZLA
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Thanks to Joshua Ruehlig for this great tutorial demonstrating how to install Nextcloud on your FreeNAS system. Nextcloud is an open source fork of ownCloud that allows you to sync and access files and data across devices.
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Trying to keep your files in order? Check out how one user uses SyncThing, FreeNAS, and ZFS snapshots to manage over 18,000 files.
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Guy, Robot has some follow-up videos that demonstrate the exact steps he took to set up his virtualized FreeNAS system. Take a look!
Just a quick post today. Last week I wrote in detail about the NAS that I setup at the start of the year. It’s been a really fun project – in particular getting FreeNAS running smooth…
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Jordan Hubbard will be speaking about Creating FreeNAS 10 at this month's BayLISA in Palo Alto. We'll see you there!
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The folks over at Custom PC Review built a great FreeNAS home office server for themselves. Check it out!
Introduction Being an Editor here at Custom PC Review, I'm constantly in need of lots of mass storage. At CES 2017, I took over 1,000 14-bit RAW images usi
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I'll be curious to know if their ASRock motherboard lasts more than 14 months.

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Check out the presentation on the upcoming FreeNAS 10 given by Jordan Hubbard at this year's MeetBSD.
 
The recording of Jordan Hubbard's presentation on FreeNAS 10 is now available online. #MeetBSDCA
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Big news, FreeNAS 10 BETA 2 is ready for the holidays!
The FreeNAS development team is happy to announce the release of FreeNAS 10 BETA 2. We are also very happy to say that we are now “feature complete” and have feature-parity with FreeNAS 9.10. Anyone who’s been following the FreeNAS 10 development effort knows that FreeNAS 10 represents a complete rewrite of the world’s most …
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We plan to make that possible for the release.
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What's ahead for OpenZFS? Michael Dexter reports back from OpenZFS with the newest updates and features the devs are working on.
The 2016 OpenZFS Developer Summit and Hackathon took place September 26th and 27th in San Francisco and showcased the amazing growth that OpenZFS is experiencing as a technology and a project. I attended the first “ZFSDay” back in 2012 and remember the uncertainty surrounding ZFS: Oracle had closed the ZFS and OpenSolaris sources a mere …
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The Most Potent and Rock Solid Open-Source NAS Software
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"Free" as in "free and open source" and "NAS" as in "network-attached storage". The FreeNAS project was founded in 2005 on the principle that network storage should be available to the world at no cost and unencumbered by license restrictions.

FreeNAS is an operating system that can be installed on virtually any hardware platform to share computer data storage over a computer network. FreeNAS is the simplest way to create a centralized and easily-accessible home for your data.