Re: Looking for a RAID1 box

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I have reached the age where I don't want to put together my own hardware.

Plus iRedMail says no support for ARM.

I have LOTs of ARM boards here and have been working with them for over 10 years

But I need stuff that someone else can come along and run if needed.


On 1/3/23 21:07, Bill Campbell wrote:
On Tue, Jan 03, 2023, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
Well what I am finding looks like it will be in the +80W range and I am
trying to use less electricity.  I would put up with 40W, including drives.
You might want to consider a Raspberry Pi 4 with 8GB RAM and a
case that will support a couple of 2.5in SSD drives.  I'm running
one here with postfix, courier-imap, clamav, amavisd, ...  Mine
is in an Argon One case with single 2TB SSD with a PoE Splitter.
It's running the same email software that we run on CentOS and
AlmaLinux.  Current uptime on out main mail server is 362 days.

This case has space for 2 2.5in SSD drives.

Geekworm New NASPi Gemini Dual 2.5'' SATA HDD/SSD NAS Storage Kit with DC
6-18V Wide Voltage Input|Safe Shutdown|Auto Power On|RAID Function for
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B(Not Include Raspberry Pi)

             |  Part       Price  |
             |RPi4B 8GB   $215.00 |
             |Case          70.00 |
             |2SSD         300.00 |
             |Total       $585.00 |

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