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VIDEO -- Unraid running on a Raspberry Pi 4 ??

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So I have a Raspberry Pi 4 with 4gb of ram and was wondering if I could possibly get Unraid booted on it.

So using Qemu I got it running and created an array. Shame about the performance though !! :(

 

 

 

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Can you run nested VM's with this?  

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43 minutes ago, SpaceInvaderOne said:

They get better each layer down !! 😉

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Could this be run on a pi cluster? I would think it could be a scalable solution in which the owner could increase CPU, mem, HDD (USB3) by adding pi's as and when needed or as and when affordable.

 

Thoughts?

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29 minutes ago, RivaSABB said:

Could this be run on a pi cluster? I would think it could be a scalable solution in which the owner could increase CPU, mem, HDD (USB3) by adding pi's as and when needed or as and when affordable.

 

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Unfortunately not.   In a Pi cluster each node is running its own OS and only software specially written to run in cluster mode can take advantage of all the nodes.

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How about unraid running on an odroid n2, significantly faster hardware than the pi4, that would be an interesting project.

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