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4263RE: RE: [fulldome] Fulldome Production Storage and Network Solu

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  • antoinedurr
    Oct 13, 2013
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      A simple cut of CentOS (a Linux flavor) is usually plenty, esp. if your shares are NFS (which can serve to Mac, Linux, and Windows clients).  A lot of people are having success with stuff like FreeNAS, which instead of doing RAID6 does ZFS.  If you're going down the route of more smaller NASes, then it's easy to take one of them and make it speak FreeNAS instead, and try and see how it goes.  The nice thing about something like CentOS is it's pretty darned solid, once it's up and running it really just keeps on going, with uptimes usually in the hundreds of days.

      -- Antoine  


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