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Re: multi-TB diskarrays ???

Akos Bagi wrote:
> Hi!
> I think I didn't find some very important aspect.
> 1. Is the data Read only or not. ( Once you stored tha image, do you have to edit/modify/delete it?)


> 2. What time is acceptable to decide that a specific image is present in the system and
> what time is acceptable to load the image/images/full directories from the library.

tbd -- six months?

> 3. How mutch data is collected daily, weekly, monthly.


4TB is deduced from past and present growth and the need to save data
for seven years

> 4. Is the data collected centrally or not.

not sure what is meant by this

however, there will be five to ten ``sources'' of data writing to the

> I'm relatively new in linux, but I have more than 10 years experience in large storage systems.
> Best Regards
> Akos Bagi
> On Thu, 07 Nov 2002 10:05:43 -0600
> "Michael D. Schleif" <mds@helices.org> wrote:
> >
> > Having never done this with linux, I'm asking this at the lowest
> > possible level to facilitate very exhaustive research:
> >
> > What do I need to know to design a debian fileserver attached to a 4-5TB
> > diskarray?


Best Regards,

mds resource

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