kinda disappointed in the shield TV for how great people have said it is. Very buggy in key areas.Got tired of the the Fire TV Cube being.... well, an amazon product. Slow, freezy, plex implementation is mediocre.
Finally found a Shield TV for a reasonable price and grabbed it. Looking forward to it.
In your travels, if you happen to run across something reasonable that will hold 12+ drives, let me know.on a different note, ive got all the part of my 2u on order.
Istar d200 chassis that takes a standard atx psu and has plenty of cooling space, i5-7600 for HEVC 10bit transcoding, 16gigs of ram, random-ass ATX mobo that the dude threw in for cheap with the cpu+ram.
Already have a psu, will need to get a pci-e NIC for second/third PHYs for opnsense/pfsense.
Should be much more expandable for my needs than the NUC. All in for just over 200 bucks.
problem with 3u's or so thatll hold 12 drives is that they almost universally have xeons in em, which dont have quicksync. So to get quicksync you're in homebuild territory.In your travels, if you happen to run across something reasonable that will hold 12+ drives, let me know.
I guess it doesn't really matter since you've got the shield, but I don't think I've had an issue with it in a very long time.actually looks like its improved a lot since i last looked at it.
you also dont do 4k atmos shit. But it actually seems like its good at that now tooI guess it doesn't really matter since you've got the shield, but I don't think I've had an issue with it in a very long time.
edit: And HA can control it, so it starts right up in Plex for me. Which adds to the WAF.
ZFS manages its own mount and unmount events, so you set it up using the zfs commands (even though regular old 'mount' tracks them when you call it).hey @Jehannum
ZFS is confusing as fuck when you're used to traditional filesystems. Advice on how to use mount points like you would in ext4 or xfs?
IE, in a normal filesystem I would mount a cifs-share like this:
//192.168.1.12/z /mnt/z cifs user,uid=1000,username=domon,gid=1000,password=hunter2 0 0
In ZFS I have no clue how to do this. what is /mnt/z equivalent of a zpool (named nvme for example)
zfs set mountpoint=mnt/z nvme