Replace a disk

Replacing an HDD or SSD in TrueNAS Scale is relatively straightforward, provided the disk is part of a fault-tolerant array. If the disk is part of a RAID 0 (Stripe) configuration, you must first back up the data, then replace the disk and restore the data from the backup. This is a routine procedure necessary […]

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Securing TrueNAS Scale with key-based Authentication

Note that SSH is considered insecure bur if you must log into the consle temotely then using keys is more secure than passwords. 1. Prerequisites If you have been following along you should have completed the initial install of TrueNAS Scale and the early configuration. All configurations of TrueNAS Scale should be undertaken through the

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Installing TrueNAS Scale

TrueNAS SCALE is an open-source, Debian-based NAS (Network Attached Storage) operating system, designed for scalability, sharing, and protection of data. It’s a versatile platform suitable for personal, small-business, and enterprise-level applications. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of installing TrueNAS SCALE on a new PC, turning it into a powerful

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