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  1. Is the "raw" map of the dump1090 data supported (ie http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/dump1090/gmap.html). Is there an option to enable this?
  2. Someone more familiar with the platform than me will ultimately need to weigh in on the technical side of adding in a parity drive once you've got a bunch of data drives added, no idea if that's possible. I personally wouldn't do it even if possible though, that's a lot of eggs in one basket without parity.
  3. are you trying to build a new system around the LSI card and then "shuffle" disks to the new system one at a time as you can clean them off in the old system? Just trying to understand your workflow. I don't think there's a definitive right/wrong answer to your fan question. As long as there's decent airflow through your case it's probably fine without a fan, but adding one wouldn't hurt anything.
  4. search ebay for "3u server chassis" and you'll get tons of options that will hold up to 16 3.5" drives. May need to do some googling on the model numbers offered to confirm if the backplane is included, motherboard form factor compatibility, and so on. Something like this seems like it'd be a good fit, but again do your research first: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Supermicro-CSE-836BE16-R920B-3U-Server-Chassis-2x-920W-3-5-16Bay-BPN-SAS2-836EL1/283672465787?epid=1100073804&hash=item420c32517b:g:iqQAAOSwDMtdydEa I'm running a 1950x now ad am happy with it, plenty of cores for everything I've come up with thus far. With Threadripper gen 3 just about to drop prices on these have been going way down.
  5. How are you planning to handle the off-site backup to the Synology? I have a hacked-together solution to do the same thing, but always looking for something cleaner.