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Coolish. Neat that you found some cool stuff
Sat Apr 7, 2018 2:41am

but definitely not neat that your hard drive died. When you consider just how much fits on a drive nowadays, you gotta wonder why every system doesn't come with some form of redundancy to prevent dataloss.

It's not like hard drives are expensive any more. I saw 8TB for $150 the other day. 8TB is more space than I had on Datastore when I first put it together using $100 1.5TB drives.

  • I found multiple versions of it in various states of functionality as well. I'll post those sources as well once I get the time. (It's not very good)
    • Coolish. Neat that you found some cool stuff ☻ Puckdropper, Sat Apr 7 2:41am
      • Yeah...Erik, Tue Apr 17 8:43am
        Thankfully now I use GitHub to track and store my projects if possible and thankfully I finished Santa's Christmas rescue so it was up on the website so that also wasn't lost. I probably should... more
        • You should be lazy.Puckdropper, Sun Apr 22 6:06am
          I bought a QNAP TS509 Pro that lets me have 5 drives in a RAID array, run a local version of my website for when the development bug strikes, back up my data, and play videos with Plex. With Windows... more
          • That's a nice set up!Erik, Wed May 23 1:47am
            My work has something similar set up where My Documents is pointed to your network share as well. I actually remember doing that as well in college. My Win 7 desktop has the ability to have a RAID... more
            • It really didn't take long to set upPuckdropper, Wed May 23 9:58am
              I think telling the box who it is and how you want the drives configured takes about an hour. The array takes quite some time to actually build, but you don't have to do anything. Once that's done,... more
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