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    Re: NAS?

    Well you need to reformat the drive.

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    Re: NAS?

    I have an HP NAS RAID5 1 TB had it for about a year it came preinstalled with Windows 2003 Appliance server.

    I also have 2 LAcie 2 TB rack mount NAS's these only allow 25 users to connect at any one time though. If anyone knows a way around these caps I would be interested

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    Re: NAS?

    I also have 2 LAcie 2 TB rack mount NAS's these only allow 25 users to connect at any one time though. If anyone knows a way around these caps I would be interested
    1. Build a Linux box.
    2. Mount the remote shares on the NAS boxes as part of your filesystem.
    3. Reshare the new mount points with Samba.

    PS: Useful side effect - Quota support.

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    Re: NAS?

    Well there is always the apple route. IF you have the money!

    http://www.apple.com/xsan/videoworkflow.html

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    Re: NAS?

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff
    Well you need to reformat the drive.
    Are there any problems with using NFS. I've heard that with tera station it doesn't support >2Gb ? I haven't lookeed too much into this so i'm not sure. I would probably need to update the firmware. Just wondering about the hacked firmwares - do these still have the support for AD??

    Thanks

    Ash.

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    Re: NAS?

    I don't use NFS at all so I've no idea. I either use rsync, ftp or mount.cifs.

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