Bug#940946: marked as done (installation-report: Mini-NAS v2 with dell-wyse)
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regarding installation-report: Mini-NAS v2 with dell-wyse
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Mini-NAS v2 has a harddisk-capacity of 2TB, they had been populated partially
earlier, while the device was still running the testing-version of buster.
In order to keep somethig in reserve, I am using a 1.5 TB partition for
The system-root disk is /dev/sdc, and it has about 20 GB of disk-space laft o
use for apt-cacher most probably, RAM-upgrade is not even necessary.
Services running now are:
* openntpd ntp-proxy for local net
* dnsmasq cache serving hosts-file to local net ( is nice and handy,
but does not work in combination with resolvconf )
yet to do:
* print-server, once I should have a reasonably new USB-printer
It is sufficient to use the free-section of repositories only, non-free is
dispensable so far.
/etc/sysctl.conf has this entry:
System works well enough so far, can be considered well enough tested, but
2TB-disks seem to be slightly less performant than 1TB-models, and they are
working well audibly producing funky, clicking sounds with their heads, kind
of fascinating, strangely pleasing.
Please make sure that the hardware-summary log file, and any other
installation logs that you think would be useful are attached to this
report. Please compress large files using gzip.