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Use USB Drives in RAID
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It would be great to use the USB drives in a RAID build. The descriptions of the devices (I have an N4100PRO) led me to believe this was possible, but it is not apparently. This would be a great feature so that things like spares could be added without eating up precious internal space.
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#2
No ! USB use too much CPU ! And USB was not made for that !
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#3
No ! USB use too much CPU ! And USB was not made for that !
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#4
What about E-SATA? Didn't test that, but should work allready for that functionality isn't it?
Worked with:
N5200, 5200pro, N2100, N299, N2200
Own now:
unit: N4200 (fw 5.01.05)
modules: SSH/Sysuser, Webdisk(broken!), IPCAM, USB-copy, USB_ESATA backup, DLM2
disks: Samsung HD501LJ (2), WD WD1503FYYS (2)
raid: 0 + 0
filesystem: EXT4
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#5
What about E-SATA? Didn't test that, but should work allready for that functionality isn't it?
Worked with:
N5200, 5200pro, N2100, N299, N2200
Own now:
unit: N4200 (fw 5.01.05)
modules: SSH/Sysuser, Webdisk(broken!), IPCAM, USB-copy, USB_ESATA backup, DLM2
disks: Samsung HD501LJ (2), WD WD1503FYYS (2)
raid: 0 + 0
filesystem: EXT4
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#6
rookie Wrote:What about E-SATA? Didn't test that, but should work allready for that functionality isn't it?
It Should.. but they won't !
Doing that will make them selling more N7700 and less N8800, and N8800 are (by far) more expensive.
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rookie Wrote:What about E-SATA? Didn't test that, but should work allready for that functionality isn't it?
It Should.. but they won't !
Doing that will make them selling more N7700 and less N8800, and N8800 are (by far) more expensive.
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#8
To facilitate it, of course, it would be nice to be able to upgrade the devices such as the 7700 to have multiple network adaptors: say a four port NIC that you can aggregate.
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drives in a RAID build. The descriptions of the devices (I have an N4100PRO) led me to believe this was possible, but it is not apparently. This would be a great feature so that things like spares could be added without eating up precious internal space.
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drives in a RAID build. The descriptions of the devices (I have an N4100PRO) led me to believe this was possible, but it is not apparently. This would be a great feature so that things like spares could be added without eating up precious internal space.
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