Greyhole Alternatives

    Greyhole is described as 'application that uses Samba to create a storage pool of all your available hard drives (whatever their size, however they're connected), and allows you to create redundant copies of the files you store, in order to prevent data loss when part of your hardware'. There are eight alternatives to Greyhole for Linux, Windows and Ubuntu. The best alternative is Unraid. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try mergerfs or btrfs. Other great apps like Greyhole are StableBit DrivePool (Paid), FlexRaid T-Raid (Paid), Drive Bender (Paid) and EON ZFS Storage (Free Personal).

    This page was last updated Jan 28, 2020

    1. An operating system for personal and small business use that brings enterprise-class features letting you configure your computer systems to maximize performance and capacity using any combination of applications, VMs, storage devices, and hardware.
    2. StableBit DrivePool is a state of the art pooling solution. - Allows you to create a large pool with any number and any sized disks. - Files are stored on normal NTFS volumes, so you can recover your data on any system.
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    3. mergerfs is a union filesystem geared towards simplifing storage and management of files across numerous commodity storage devices. It is similar to mhddfs, unionfs, and aufs.
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    4. Btrfs is a modern copy on write (CoW) filesystem for Linux aimed at implementing advanced features while also focusing on fault tolerance, repair and easy administration.
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      Unify & organize your data. Protect & recover from disk failures!


      flexraid is no longer being supported and the website has gone dark.

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    5. Drive Bender for Windows is state of the art, single point storage pool technology for all versions of Microsoft Windows (read more). - Create a storage pool of any size, using hard drives of varying types and sizes.
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    6. What is EON? Embedded Operating system/Networking is a small operating system, built on Solaris, designed to store any amount of digital data on Intel/AMD (x86) hardware, using the amazing, enterprise class Zettabyte File System. Why use EON?
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    7. The driver combines a several mount points into the single one.
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