sphardy wrote:Can you not just setup a separate share for each client? Why do you need physical separation of the data?
If you need to use separate disks, and all the data would fit on a single disk, irrespective of the ReadyNAS SATA connector reliability you would be far better off sticking to Direct Attached Storage (USB/Firewire/eSATA)
- Plug & play is then a non-issue,
- The disks are physically protected in the case
- You have unlimited options as to how you format the disks
- You could still invest in a RAID setup for protection, something you lose with your proposal
thintz wrote:I thought of the separate shares idea but with only 8TB of total space and dozens of clients that could get used up very fast.
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