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Thanks to Ben Agricola for this tutorial explaining how to run Minio on FreeNAS.
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Packed with performance and storage capacity in a small footprint, the Mini XL is perfect for streaming all your movies and TV shows during the long summer days, and now it's an even BETTER deal!

We are reducing the price of FreeNAS Mini XL by $150 so take advantage while you can!
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Curious about the Apple's new APFS file system? Look no further than this in-depth analysis from a ZFS developer detailing its pros and cons.
Encryption options are great, but Apple's attitude on checksums is still funky.
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FreeNAS 10-Nightlies now support graphical consoles for Virtual Machines.
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FreeNAS 10-ALPHA2 is out & Jordan Hubbard discusses the progress made so far in the new State of the Union address: http://bit.ly/1TEH88e
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Join us at OSCON this week in Austin, Texas. We'll be at booth 109-1 with the FreeBSD Foundation, drop by and say hi!
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Brian Moses is back with a great writeup of his 2016 DIY NAS upgrade. Check it out to see what changes he made and how the hardware stacks up.
I spend a good chunk of every year researching, building, and writing about different NAS blogs. While I’m doing this work, every now and then I get bit with a temporary onset of jealousy and …
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Check out this in-depth article from Stephen Foskett about his new FreeNAS build.
Today I'm going to dive into the hardware I selected for FreeNAS, starting with the motherboard, CPU, and memory. FreeNAS runs on any PC hardware, but building a reliable and scalable storage solution means picking higher-end components. I selected a Supermicro X10SL7 server-class motherboard with 14 (!) SAS/SATA ports paired with an Intel Xeon E3-1231v3 (Haswell) CPU and ECC memory from Crucial.
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Is your FreeNAS system up to date? Our newest tutorial video will demonstrate how to update FreeNAS 9.10 and help explain the different options available.
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I think people already have have reported this issue. And I don't have time to to create an account and the other stuff to report that your update broke external storage.
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We'll be at BSDCan 2016 (Ottawa, Canada) & SouthEast LinuxFest (Charlotte, NC) tomorrow. Come say hi!
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What's so great about TrueNAS? Take 2 minutes and get a straightforward overview of the features in TrueNAS and learn how it differs from FreeNAS.
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Thanks to the team at SexiGraf, the software is now compatible with FreeNAS! SexiGraf is a vSphere centric Graphite appliance with a Grafana frontend.
Starting from version 9.10, FreeNAS allows users to set a “Remote Graphite Server” target to send all the metrics harvested by Collectd. Guess what would make a nice Graphite target! Th…
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The Most Potent and Rock Solid Open-Source NAS Software
Introduction

"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.