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    Quote Originally Posted by Neur0mancer View Post
    I hate you Corey.
    Muhahahaha, bring it!

    I just spent the last 45 minutes researching server OSes. and I do not even have a server (yet !
    CentOS, 2k3 if you don't mind dropping a bit, etc.
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    Do your Perc's have the backup batteries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albaholic View Post
    Do your Perc's have the backup batteries?
    Nope, I'm not sure if I will get them either. UPS is a "oh heck yes" on the servers though.
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    wow ... just wow ... :P


    can i haz a tb? :P


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    Quote Originally Posted by thideras View Post
    UPS is a "oh heck yes" on the servers though.

    I figured that was a given. Got anything specific picked out? I'm surprised that corsair can handle all those drives on start up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gangaskan View Post
    wow ... just wow ... :P


    can i haz a tb? :P


    this is a pretty neat project so far i want to get going on mine, but finals are coming up here, once classes are over i'll be over my car's data control panel!
    Mine!

    Quote Originally Posted by Albaholic View Post
    I figured that was a given. Got anything specific picked out? I'm surprised that corsair can handle all those drives on start up.
    Nope, probably going with APC though, love their products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charr View Post
    Forgot my previous posts. If you have Windows machines on your network, you should use NTFS & Samba so that the data is easily accessible to all machines, not just UNIX ones.
    there are ext3 capabilities within windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thideras View Post
    CentOS, 2k3 if you don't mind dropping a bit, etc.
    If you are looking at running *nix I would recommend either:


    Debian Stable or FreeBSD 7.1

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    If you use Samba though, why would you need an ext3 driver? I can read my web server no problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by VinnyTAMU View Post
    If you are looking at running *nix I would recommend either:


    Debian Stable or FreeBSD 7.1
    I'll look into it, I just don't want to be running 4 different "versions" of linux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VinnyTAMU View Post
    If you are looking at running *nix I would recommend either:


    Debian Stable or FreeBSD 7.1
    +1


    Quote Originally Posted by thideras View Post
    If you use Samba though, why would you need an ext3 driver? I can read my web server no problem.

    I'll look into it, I just don't want to be running 4 different "versions" of linux.

    They would play happily together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thideras View Post
    If you use Samba though, why would you need an ext3 driver? I can read my web server no problem.

    I'll look into it, I just don't want to be running 4 different "versions" of linux.
    Dont be lazy you will do it anyways

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    Quote Originally Posted by thideras View Post
    If you use Samba though, why would you need an ext3 driver? I can read my web server no problem.
    I don't think one is needed either. My Ubuntu f/s uses ext3 on the shared drives and I have no trouble reading-writing-adding-deleting dirs and files from my Vista PCs or XP Home PC. I never actively installed drivers for an smb share in Windows.

    I do, however, have to ssh into the f/s to alter file permissions when needed. I don't know about file ownership editing from a windows client because I have never tried.

    Quote Originally Posted by thideras View Post
    I'll look into it, I just don't want to be running 4 different "versions" of linux.
    Each with their own subtle differences... For simplicity's sake, I wouldn't want to do that either. Sounds like a good way to get heartburn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    I don't think one is needed either. My Ubuntu f/s uses ext3 on the shared drives and I have no trouble reading-writing-adding-deleting dirs and files from my Vista PCs or XP Home PC. I never actively installed drivers for an smb share in Windows.

    I do, however, have to ssh into the f/s to alter file permissions when needed. I don't know about file ownership editing from a windows client because I have never tried.
    It was more a rhetorical question than anything, I knew the answer



    Each with their own subtle differences... For simplicity's sake, I wouldn't want to do that either. Sounds like a good way to get heartburn.
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    got enough hard drives? I think you might run out of space soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fusion509 View Post
    got enough hard drives? I think you might run out of space soon.
    good point... What do you have in those HD?? i mean how can u have that many stuff?
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    Well, I don't even have 8 of the drives yet, so nothing ATM
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    Thideras, you're like... addicted to tb's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aynjell View Post
    Thideras, you're like... addicted to tb's.
    Yuppers!
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    Yuppers!
    With that much storage, you ought to rent out web hosting/data mirroring.
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    OUCH!! dont have a dvdrom it can borrow? LOL
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