[clug-talk] Christmas Projects
john_e_jardine at spamcop.net
Sun Dec 25 19:29:02 PST 2011
First Merry Christmas, failing that, Happy Holidays (graceful
degradation :) )
As far as project #1 goes ... I'm not sure how much better this is than
having a library of links to the same resources ... I think the latter
approach doesn't require as much maintenance, though links do die. When
they do the Internet time machine can usually find what you're looking
The DNS-323 is an interesting device. Something you may want to think
about is how do you recover not from a drive failure but from a device
failure. I actually hit this a year ago when I had Seagate (pah -spits)
drives. Seagate had an issue with a bad series of drives, the end
result was that I couldn't pull a drive to image it. That led me to
getting a 2nd DNS-323 and copying data to it. Something to think about.
I have never tried to access one of the drives after pulling it from the
DNS-323 - should be possible, but unproven by me.
Not trying to plug my blog, but I have some stuff on configuring the
DNS-323 here: http://www.herd-of-neurons.com/DLINK_DNS-323_NFS.html
Hopefully you'll find something of use there.
For a personal cloud ... Have you looked at the Pogo Plug? I haven't
messed with it much but they are cheap and hackable, always a good
Just a few random thoughts,
On Sun, 2011-12-25 at 15:50 -0700, TekBudda wrote:
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