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Re: [microsound] Network Attached Storage

use a few of these cheap ones:

throw a good multichannel controller (or multiple single channel cards.)
in a linux box.  ether stitch them together w/ lvm or make a raid of
them w/ the controller card if it supports it (interesting benefits w/
that to) or both.

export w/ nfs or smb and there's a good, cheap, dense nas.

happy solstice-oriented holiday of your preference!

On Sun, 2006-12-24 at 16:01 -0600, Kyle Klipowicz wrote:
> Hi everyone~
> I'm looking for some advice and opinions regarding Network Attached
> Storage.  I've already filled two external hard drives with various
> audio/visual materials of mine, and am needing to grow.  So far I've looked
> at a few options and the best price I can find is a Buffalo Technology
> 2.0TB TerraStation for about $1000 US.
> My question really is, how many of you rely upon such a device to back up
> your data, and how do you go about shopping for one?
> Thanks for any help, and have a happy holiday season.
> ~Kyle
Mechanize something idiosyncratic.

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