maphoenix wrote:Another option is to store a 3rd disk offsite locally.
For ReadyNas Duo the drives are mirrored. Buy one more disk and casing and just rotate one disk off site at regular intervals. When rotating the off-site drive back in again, it will be brought back up to date.
StGeorge wrote:What is Crashplan ?
sphardy wrote:Yes - search the forum here, there are full installation instructions
Requires SSH to be enabled and some command line work, but once running all is GUI controlled
claykin wrote:Can someone (you) write a full Crashplan installer for the Readynas? Command line work for non linux users is daunting.
Frankly I'd prefer a Jungldisk solution. Jungledisk does a better job covering end user and business needs. They also have fewer restrictions on use. Finally, no Java!
My unix skills are extremely rusty, I found bishoptf's step-by-step to be very helpful.sphardy wrote:@claykin: Maybe this helps? viewtopic.php?f=4&t=61152
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