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Bruceleeon
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I have decided recently to start burning off my backups to DL dvd's. Here is my dilema. When i relieve myself of all my backups, I will have 900 gigs of free space on one of my rigs. WHAT THE HELL AM I GOING TO DO WITH 900 GIGS OF FREE SPACE!!??!?!?!

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Download more Pr0n!

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Give it to me?

Or me.

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whirled peas?

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  • 3 years later...

Well, those days are long gone. I now have 11TB worth of Media and software... now I need to get a grasp on backing all that crap up. Luckily, a good start was: http://computingonde...losure-s354ufer

11TB ... that is really huge. How many drives it has? i have around 1.75 TB. But its is distributed among 5 hard drive. So i really need to manage all these drive together and looks like uphill task :(

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  • 2 months later...

Damn, that's alot of storage. I only have mwasly 2TB's. On my main rig.

Maybe another 3TB overall.

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Ok, this needs to be updated

Server:

- 5x 2TB Hitachi HDDS

- 1x 1TB Hitachi HDD

- 2x 1.5TB Seagate HDD's

Raid Box connected to Server:

- 4x 1.5 TB Seagate HDD's

QNAP NAS (review coming soon):

- 4 x 2TB Hitachi HDDS

There are other drives in other rigs, but I don't count them.

Total Storage in my basement: 28TB

RB!!! Nice to see you!

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  • 1 year later...

Need to update this again :) MUAHAHHAHAAHH

Ok, this needs to be updated

Server:

- Gone!

QNAP TS-669PRO

- 6x 3 TB Hitachi HDDS - RAID 5

Thecus N5550

- 5x 2 TB Hitachi HDDS - RAID 5

QNAP TS-559 PRO II

- 5x 2 TB Hitachi HDDS - RAID 5

QNAP TS-419P+

- 2x 2 TB WD Green HDDS - RAID 0

LaCie 2big NAS

-2x 3TB Seagate HDDS- RAID 0

HTPC

-2x 1TB WD Green HDDS - RAID 0

Total Storage after RAID 32TB!!!!

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