2007년 2월 9일 금요일 오후 7:27When I create a new shared folder using the Windows Home Server Console application, I noticed a checkbox called "Enable Folder Duplication" - what does this do?
2007년 2월 9일 금요일 오후 7:43중재자
Any folder that you select "Enable Folder Duplication" will duplicate that folder on to multiple disks. This protects you from losing your files/data that are in that folder to hard drive failure.
2007년 2월 21일 수요일 오후 1:43Just for clarification. Multiple disks on the Home Server or multiple disks across the network. I guess what I'm asking is, can I sync my Photos directory from all of my PCs to the home server and then have that "unified" directory sync back out?
2007년 2월 27일 화요일 오후 5:34
Does folder duplication literally copy the files to another disk with no extra trickery involved ? So if I enable folder duplication I effectively cut my storage capacity by 50%...?
Or does it use similar technology to Raid 5 for example, so I'd not be hit with such a large capacity loss?
2007년 3월 10일 토요일 오후 10:27when you say multiple disks - exactly what do you mean?
2 disks, or all of them? One feature i thought might be useful is to be able to specify the importance of each share, so a very important share (eg - photos) would get copied to every disk in the storage pool.