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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    Thanks all!

    @rubylaser

    Brilliant news about flashing the LSI controller! :D
    I will read into it when I get chance. Thanks for the link.

    The example you quoted about the 4K disks is the same...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    I have more questions ha.

    1. On the X9DR7-LN4F can the LSI 2308 SAS controller be put / flashed into IT mode?

    2. If not is this a problem for OpenIndiana?

    3. If I store my...
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    [all variants] Re: CCTV PCIe Capture Card

    Incase anyone else is looking...

    I have managed to find a 4 Channel LinkDelight DVR Capture Card from ebay. No model number but it cost arround £13 so very cheap but it supports

    4 x...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    Just an update.

    Since last posting Iíve been reading into ESXI and VMís and it has made me stream several long term projects into one. I originally set out to build a NAS then later a media...
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    [all variants] Re: CCTV PCIe Capture Card

    Anyone?

    Iím struggling to find a card. :(
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    [all variants] CCTV PCIe Capture Card

    I'm looking to purchase a PCIe video capture card for use with four CCTV cameras connected via BNC plugs. Anyone have any suggestions as to compatible card for linux / Ubuntu? Must be PCIe as I have...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Best way to stream from PC to TV

    Just a note. I built a HTPC and was using a Nvidia XFX 768MB 8800 GTX XXX graphics card to power the TV. Worked fine once I got arround the overscanning issue.

    I upgraded my card to AMD Radeon MSI...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    I will look into VMware, thanks!

    The MBD-X9SCL-F-O mATX board you mentioned is hard to get in the UK. I can only find it for as low as £130 ($210) and they all seem to be out of stock.

    I was...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    How would I go about virtualizing Ubuntu and Openindiana on ESXi? Iíve never heard of ESXI before.
    Would this allow me to run Ubuntu + MythTV backend and Openindiana at the same time?
    Could I...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    I like the idea of using two NIC's LAG'd together. One of the concerns I had was if several clients connected to this NAS in the future, that the performance would be hit.

    I didn't think I'd go...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    I'm impressed.
    As I thought I will have to purchase a replacement Motherboard, CPU & RAM. Just double checked the spec's of mine and it only supports a max of 2GB RAM ha.
    I would like one that can...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    what would the hardware requirments be for OpenIndiana? On there FAQ it says:

    Disk space: Recommended size is 7GB. A minimum of 3GB is required. Memory: The minimum requirement is 512MB....
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    Thats promising that theres a real world example.
    I was torn between ZFS RAID 10 and RAID2z, but I'll prob go for RAIDz2 now that I know that.

    I also like the sounds of OpenIndiana that you...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    Thanks for your help.

    In real world terms, if in the future I streamed video from this NAS to three/four different PC's which RAID would I benifit from?
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    I've read that RAID z performs better that RAIDz2 and that Striped Mirrored Vdevís outperforms them all.
    Is that correct?
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    Had a quick look ion the site but I can't find 50GB free for Android.



    Ignore that! I've found it. It's on selected Android devices, unfortunately not mine. Will keep my eyes open though.
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    Thanks all for your reply’s!! I didn't expect so many so soon. Defiantly the best forum on the web in my eyes!

    @rubylaser
    Glad you posted that, I was confused by the link ha!

    @anonymouschief...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    At the moment I have:

    1.8TB of Video's,
    52GB of Music,
    12GB of Pictures,
    3.5GB of Documents (Maybe more when I correctly organise them)
    5GB of USB Pen Drive Backups
    5.5GB of Backups from...
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    Have you used ZFS? Do you have any opionions on it?

    Do you know of any good reads on the subject? Only just started looking
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    [all variants] Re: Best way to store my data

    Ha, if that did happen I think my data would be the last thing on my mind.... but at least it would be safe!

    With my Documents sync'd with two PC's and the cloud the important stuff is pretty...
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    [all variants] Best way to store my data

    Hi all.

    I am after some advice regarding the best way to store my data.
    Some infoÖ

    I have a HTPC with the following HDDs
    HDD 1 - 150GB Sata 2 - Windows 7 (80GB) & Windows XP (60GB)
    HDD 2 -...
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    [mythbuntu] Re: DVB-T2 PCIe card TBS6280

    That's great news. Hope it contains both drivers merged into one!

    :D
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    [mythbuntu] Re: DVB-T2 PCIe card TBS6280

    Think I'm going to hold off until the merged driver is released and proved to be working. I would like to purchase a tuner that will fully work for both standard and HD channels at the same time....
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    [mythbuntu] Re: DVB-T2 PCIe card TBS6280

    :D That's great news! :D Glad you've got it working.


    How are you using it... Myth?

    I'd like to set it up on a Ubuntu 11.04 PC with a Myth Backend / Frontend, so I could use it on that PC and...
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    [mythbuntu] Re: DVB-T2 PCIe card TBS6280

    Well fingers crossed it's easy for you to setup! [-o<
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