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Old 03-21-2013, 06:25 AM   #1
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Dear Fellow Members,

I have a Nas4Free (FreeBSD) server on location A and another Nas4Free server on location B.

I need to regulary access to location B's some folder from Windows machine at location A. What is the best scenario for this?

I think to rsync those folders/files every night to location A, but then I think what if in the future there are many other locations (C, D, E, F)
that need to be rsynced to location A, that will make location A need a very large harddisk space that maybe not available in the market or limit
by the hardware/BIOS support.

Any idea what is the best way to accomplish this?

Thanks in advance!
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If you have a FreeBSD NAS server, you should not ever run out of space. If you exceed the hardware limitations, install another machine with SAS expanders. If you are really pressed for space, get a Backblaze pod built and put 137TB worth of disks in a 4U space.

The only limited NASes are appliances.

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