WTB: SA120 DAS

Discussion in 'For Sale/ For Trade/ Want to Buy' started by Kev, Oct 20, 2018.

  1. Kev

    Kev Active Member

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    Looking for one with caddies, single PSU and single IO card is okay. Looking for a friend in the Bay Area.
     
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  2. raiderj

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    Bump. These are nice DAS setups. I've been running one for awhile - hard to find simple disk shelves that are short depth like these.
     
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  3. Kev

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    Also looking for an lsi-9200 8e for this setup.
     
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  4. Haitch

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    Don't have the SA120, but do have a coupe of NetApp 4342 24 bays, dual controllers, dual PSU, all the caddies, all the interposers for running SATA in redundant mode and the SFF8088 -> QSFP cable - $450 shipped,
    along with sever Dell MD1000 - 15 Bays SAS/SATA, all the caddies, rails, SFF-8087 - CX4 cables, and CX4 - CX4 stacking cables, $350 shipped
     
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  5. kiteboarder

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    If you do wind up getting an SA120, make sure to get a 2nd p/s so that the fans will slow down. Makes a huge difference. You can get the higher wattage p/s for much cheaper that works just fine.
    https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GTEE4XU

    Unfortunately the days of cheap SA120's seems to be over.
     
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  6. tuatara

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    I've got one that I'm probably looking to offload and I'm in the bay area.
    2x PSU, single IO, 4-6 caddies, original box, something like a 9200-8e.

    PM me with an offer?
     
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  7. dstanding

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    The fans are controllable through command line. There's a Python script for it out there somewhere.
     
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  8. Kev

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    Yes, I did control via python script and it works well.
     
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  9. sfbayzfs

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    If you get your JBOD, I bought way too many 9200-8e cards and 9205-8e cards for higher IOPS, and both short and tall brackets for each card. Local pickup $40 each for the 9200-8e or $60 each for the 9205-8e including both brackets, all flashed up to the latest firmware. I also have some extra SFF-8088 cables - super short ~18" ones good for daisy chaining JBODs for $7 each, and a few 1M ones for $12 each.
     
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