anyone looked at cloudberry?
I've used this a few times...
anyone running nutanix for some fairly large database I/O loads, and RDS environments?
we have about 25-30vms we plan on buying approx 5 nodes,...
sorry to dig up an old thread...
just wondering how the system is going along? :)
also use alwaysync here in our environment, has been running for well over 2years with little to no issue.
same problem with a lot of other software out there.... if it is that much of a problem buy a bigger ssd you can pick them up cheap
maybe just figure out how junctions work, and use that to redirect your backups ;)
sophos UTM been using it for a while no issues on our end... not sure what you guys are complaining about?
unless your using the sophos mail...
tried crashplan or google photos?
This is different from the sophos model, though you should always buy fireblanket that's what we have always done and never ready had an issue
This is my point
how is it illegal? I pay for the port I use, not sharing the interface, and the gear is sold in Australia, with no carrier license required...
I moved into a new estate about 5 years ago, had ADSL2+ syning ~20mbit... as more and more houses in the area got built I eventually found speeds...
so 5.59 seconds :lol: :p
I see most use zfs, doesn't zfs take time to rebuild?
so no one is running these in mdadm?
so is anyone running this in an mdadm array?
Try changing you Sata cables
I found a reddit thread where someone put tasker on the unit, but required it to be rooted to restore a backup from titanium backup.
thanks mate for the headsup :)