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SAN - optical unit q's by bob & joe
I am looking for a SAN/NAS unit for video storage. The unit must have a capacity of 50TB. Also looking for an optical autoloader for offline storage and backup of the SAN unit. It's capacity must be at least 250TB. Anyone have any recommendations? Thanks!
February 10th 05 11:01 AM
by Dean Go to last post
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Remarkable Backup Hardware=tomshardware,xbit labs by mystro
Just when I needed something I'm happily surprised to find a product that offers true bullet-proof backups without the anxieties or questionable restore issues that most current tools leave you with,anyway...reading of my favorite pc-info web sites Toms and Xbit labs both of whom rave about Radix...
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February 10th 05 03:55 AM
by Rod Speed Go to last post
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Network Attached Storage security on LAN? by jtsnow
I have a Networ Attached Storage (NAS) device on home LAN behind a Linksys router (w/firewall) connected full time to WWW. The NAS is a backup server that controls a USB harddrive and backs up 4 PCs. The NAS is Linksys NSLU2 controlling a 250mb drive. I suppose this is the same issue with...
February 9th 05 08:18 PM
by Nik Simpson Go to last post
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Experiences with HP MSA1500 by stmoebius
Hi everyone, We are currently evaluating some entry-level SAN products, among them the HP MSA1500. Does anyone have experiences with it? Any answers appreciated. Thanks, Stefan Moebius
February 9th 05 05:41 PM
by stmoebius Go to last post
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29TB of storage for sale by frostbyte
I have a used LSI SAN that I am looking to part with. The system may be sold in part, or whole. Here is the rough configuration. 5 controller pairs 24 shelves 102 50GB drives 138 180GB drives 5k per TB or best offer gets it.
February 9th 05 01:06 AM
by frostbyte Go to last post
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experiences with LaCie USB hard drive by Andrew
have you got any experiences with LaCie hard drive? I would like to buy one (LaCie 300728ek 250 GB Hard Drive LaCie 300728ek 250 GB Hard Drive)
February 8th 05 11:38 PM
by Yura Pismerov Go to last post
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Qualstar 6110 Tape Library System Comes with 9 Tapes! (Bankruptcy Sale) by [email protected]
$99 No Reserve! Qualstar 6110 Tape Library System Comes with 9 Tapes! Buy It First He http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5163997469 Condition: Used Model 6110 Manufacturer: Qualstar
February 8th 05 08:54 PM
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Swappin out HD on USB external? by jtsnow
Is there any issue with swappin out a HD on an older Lacie USB external? The drive inside now is a Seagate EIDE 5400RPM 60GB. Id like to get a on sale a 300gb 7200 RPM to put in it. Assuming power supply is beefie enough, you think that will work ok? thanks
February 8th 05 08:51 AM
by jtsnow Go to last post
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Why Can't NetApp Keep Time by [email protected]
The company I work for has NetApp file servers and according to our IT people, they can't keep proper time using NTP. Why not? Consequently, builds across network drives are a nuisance. Apparently the clock drifts fast and our ops set the time slow to compensate. We don't have to have the...
February 7th 05 11:50 PM
by Wolf Go to last post
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Memory Upgrade by PrettyOK
Can a Compaq Presario 1230 notebook accommodate a memory upgrade to 64 or higher? How much would it cost, can I do this myself? -- PrettyOK
February 7th 05 05:31 PM
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Memory Upgrade by PrettyOK
Can a Compaq Presario 1230 notebook accommodate a memory upgrade to 64 or higher? -- PrettyOK
February 7th 05 05:30 PM
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Improving LAN txfer rate? by jtsnow
Im doing drive image backups over a 100baseT LAN using Norton Ghost from a PC P4 w/XP to a network storage device. Looks like the transfer rate over LAN is about 25 Megbit/s and LAN shows 25% utilization and CPU about 50%. Drive is only being accessed about 1/3 the time so drive is not limiting...
February 7th 05 04:10 PM
by Bill Todd Go to last post
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[Announcement] FlashBoot - a tool to make USB Flash Disks bootable by PrimeExpert
FlashBoot is a tool to make USB disks bootable. Its primary focus is USB Flash disks, but other types of USB devices are supported too. Making disk bootable means reformatting of target media (that's optional) and transferring system files to it. Different types of systems are supported: DOS kernel...
February 6th 05 06:05 PM
by PrimeExpert Go to last post
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Tape Backup by [email protected]
I am looking for opinions on what a decent tape backup for a PC workstation might be, somewhere around 40 gigs or so, speed is not the biggest issue, mostly being reasonablly priced and around 40 gigs (give or take a few). I'm wondering what people think the better brands are for this type of...
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February 5th 05 07:43 PM
by Sayso Takewashi Go to last post
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ethernet to USB is very slow...help? by jtsnow
When I send data over my home LAN ethernet to a hard drive running on a USB 2.0 its very slow data transfer. This is PC to PC over 100baseT wired home LAN to do disk backups. The slowness occurs in the translation from 10baseT100 to the USB 2.0 and the CPU is 100% utilized. Are there cards that...
February 5th 05 07:29 PM
by jtsnow Go to last post
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XPs backup via LAN? by jtsnow
Im backing up using the XP provided "Backu"p located in the Accessories directory. I have a 2nd computer on a home LAN and have mapped its harddrive to my primary computer and also set the 2nd comptuer mapped drive to "share" at the root or "C:" level. When I back up using the XP utility, it...
February 5th 05 03:13 PM
by David Magda Go to last post
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Guide to the common implementations of RAID by Dave
Hi guys, I've written a short guide to the most common levels of RAID in use, mainly so people new to computers and storage solutions can get to grips with it. I know I would have found a guide useful a year ago when I was new to RAID. I know there are many resources out there, but I tried to make...
February 5th 05 12:30 PM
by Dave Go to last post
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Join Our Online Community of Fun! by RavenCross
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February 5th 05 04:01 AM
by RavenCross Go to last post
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Editor In Need Of Help! by RavenCross
Hey I am working for the editorial board of a PC magazine. I heard news that there is this free online game that has only been running for 717 days and has already 285,314 registered players by way of winning cash. Can anyone help find out whether its true? Here is the link I...
February 5th 05 02:40 AM
by RavenCross Go to last post
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A new computer architecture by Yingxia Wang
Dear All: Please visit my site at: http://mysite.verizon.net/~vze26krk/CPM.html There, I will discuss the end of Moore's law, and a new computer architecture with I have proposed in 2003. Here is the abstract of my paper: "A novel memory with limited processing power and internal connectivity
February 4th 05 07:13 PM
by Malcolm Weir Go to last post
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