What motherboard has a maximum number of connectors SATA?

I know that the title is very inaccurate.
You know what's in the server.

Need: Specific model of motherboard with maximum number of SATA ports in the categories:
- Old motherboard for s775
- Old motherboard on s771
- Actual budget for s1151 / s1155
- Old server (most likely those that Ali used servers)

Why?: In continuation of this theme: How and by means of which it is cheaper to connect many HDD to the computer?
//Decided to estimate on the other hand: If we should just get a motherboard under a home server.

- To understand what is better (and cheaper): average motherboard + 2-3 tee or SATA server Board with 16 ports + the ability to add a Board with a RAID controller.
- Make a list of specific models in the categories on the sockets, so you can choose what is Chi offline at flea markets :)
April 4th 20 at 00:32
3 answers
April 4th 20 at 00:34
April 4th 20 at 00:36
At the household continents, usually 6 to 8 sata ports. If you need more ports - not buy HBA/RAID controller
April 4th 20 at 00:38
10 hdd - 10 points of failure. Especially if the old (and the disc on 180G may not be new). Especially if in RAID. I wouldn't call it too clever idea, sorry :)
With points of failure clear. It is planned to collect drives RAID5 (for example 6х500ГБ).
But the more disks the less the loss of capacity :) - Merl.Kertzmann commented on April 4th 20 at 00:41
@Merl.Kertzmann, RAID5 and not the most nimble and falling apart at times. Then it is 5e or 6 to at least the time was fast to find a replacement for a dead drive. In the shelves-it is usually hotprice cost, but if there is - can be supplied. - eliseo92 commented on April 4th 20 at 00:44
It is planned to collect disks RAID5

and what for to you this whole farce? - Sigrid commented on April 4th 20 at 00:47
@Sigrid, well, how else to collect 6хHDD in the same space?
Raid 0 is kind of creepy. And 5 like the rules. And the handicap space is small. - Merl.Kertzmann commented on April 4th 20 at 00:50
@Merl.Kertzmann, Then all 5e/5ee / 6 - because rebuilding the array is at best a few hours, and the departure of another disk during the rebuild of the array will cover the entire array of copper basin. - eliseo92 commented on April 4th 20 at 00:53
@Merl.Kertzmannwhat, with stablebits drivepool. He makes a soft-JBOD of disks, if necessary, you can specify that on which disk to store it, and again if necessary - what to duplicate multiple discs. I.e. it is a mixture of JBOD+RAID. While any of the discs has the usual FS and can optionally be used independently, in contrast to any non-mirrored raids.

Don't forget that drives a lot of eating, especially when senape - if BP without reserve, and in the BIOS there is an option staggered spinup - it makes sense to include it.

In General, old small disks rather, it makes sense to use a backup copied them something and threw it on the shelf. - Sigrid commented on April 4th 20 at 00:56

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