536Re: Problem with backup from disk1 to disk2
- Dec 30, 2004When is Linksys going to change their webage anyway? Here is what
"You can connect up to two stand-alone USB disk drives of any size,
and access them from anywhere on your network."
Yes, you can access them. What they didn't say is not everything
will work over 250G (like the scheduled backup). I was suckered by
thei webpage into buying 300G drives which can't be backed up with
the native NSLU2. No mention anywere on the page of a 250G
limitation. I wouldn't want someone else to make the same expensive
mistake and be disappointed. Tech support suggested trying to
return the drives (too late).
--- In email@example.com, "claudius2k" <claudius2k@y...>
> What size are your disks? > 250G?
> Had the same problem with 300G disks. Seemed to create a few
> then think it was done.<mhiernaux@g...>
> Called Linksys, backup can't support > 250G.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "delegue2006"
> > Hi everybody,
> > I've got a strange problem with this feature...
> > Here's the log :
> > 11/20 12:44:36 Drive Backup: Backup complete.
> > 11/20 12:44:29 Drive Backup: Backup start.
> > 11/20 12:36:09 Drive Backup: Backup complete.
> > 11/20 12:35:55 Drive Backup: Backup start.
> > 11/20 03:11:56 Drive Backup: Backup complete.
> > 11/20 03:11:49 Drive Backup: Backup start.
> > As you can see the backup has no errors but it backups nothing
> > seconds...
> > The two drives are working properly and they have the same size.
> > Anyone an idea ?
> > Thanks
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