Odroid H2+ as NAS 2 bay, Ubuntu Server, Backup for VPS

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Odroid H2+ as NAS 2 bay, Ubuntu Server, Backup for VPS

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- 2 Bay NAS without RAID
- Odroid on a 3D printed mount
- Mini ITX Case
- 120 mm FAN
- 1TB NVMe drive (boot)
- 32 GB RAM
- All drives btrfs some with LUKS encryption

Software:
Samba, Apache, Nginx, Mysql, Firewall, DHCP, Bind, Webmin, Webadm, Slapd, Openotp, Elasticsearch, Memcached, PHP, Redis, Proftp, TS3 Server, Opendkim, Postfix, Dovecot, Openvpn, SSH-Server.

I have descirbed it here and there are some pictures (it is German but there is a translate button in the upper right coner which is done automatically but should be understandable):
https://www.torstens-buecherecke.de/8708/

Idle is around 10 Watts
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Re: Odroid H2+ as NAS 2 bay, Ubuntu Server, Backup for VPS

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Great article. You indeed did a pretty good job. Beautiful NAS box!

URL for the 3D printed H2+ case adapter? Is it sold already made?

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Re: Odroid H2+ as NAS 2 bay, Ubuntu Server, Backup for VPS

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You will find it here:
viewtopic.php?t=33192

Model:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3338196

I used craftcloud to produce it which is a way to find cheapest offer for every material after uploading the model.

I would suggest to add the hole for the switch to the model if you like to have it or to use other material if you would like to add it later. I used the 20% filling PLA which is very bad for adding things like bigger holes via drilling. ;) But it was my first 3D part, so I had no experience up to now.
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