|19-05-2008, 04:32 PM||#1|
I am curious about the use of Windows Home Server with very many and very large files . . .
What is the most number of gigabytes or terabytes can be reasonable be
expected to work well with a Windows Home Server?
Does anyone out there run a bunch of terabyte drives? To hold, say 10 or 20
terabytes? How practical would that be?
And what about drive failure?
I know WHS will re-build a single drive, but what if the unthinkable should
If the file structure gets disrupted, will that mean that all of the disks
Is there any way to remove a disk from a home server and place it in, say,
and XP box and do some file recovery on it?
You see, it seems to me like very big data pools and very big drives go
hand-in-hand with very big risk.
Is it recommended that WHS be used for such huge data pools? What are the
What is the best way to backup a huge-data-pool-WHS? Can one WHS backup
another? Is that done?
Is it recommended?
I am just curious about all this as I am thinking about building such a
large capacity Home Server system.
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