- Mar 10, 2019
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Well, I tested different "cages" from different vendors but for me these were the best. Of course they are not quite like professional quality e.g. in comparison to Dell caddies but they are of a good prosumer quality. 4 out of 5 stars.How do you like those ICY DOCK Fat Cages?
No RAID is possible by the cage itself and of course you wouldn't want this for FreeNAS. :)In their description they mention "5 in 3 RAID backplane module." However when looking at them they don't seem to drive a RAID config on their own
Are you actually running FreeNAS with your Dell H310? (in IT mode I presume?) If yes then you can change to these cages because it is nothing but a casing for your HDDs. So if you change nothing speaking of wiring you should have no problems.Would I be able to plug in drives currently managed by Dell H310 and not lose any of the data?
I am running in IT Mode. This was my thought as well. Should be plug and play. Just wanted to confirm with someone who actually has these cages.Are you actually running FreeNAS with your Dell H310? (in IT mode I presume?) If yes then you can change to these cages because it is nothing but a casing for your HDDs. So if you change nothing speaking of wiring you should have no problems.
Beware: before tinkering around make sure that you have at least one full backup of your data. (better 2: one onsite, one offsite)
You're welcome :)Thanks for the response. And yes, I have (onsite and offsite) backups.