[nSLUG] Readynas or Drobo Owners?
scottwalsh at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 15:55:36 ADT 2008
I'm using a DNS 323 from Dlink. It has an ARM processor, and you can fairly
easily run a debian on top of it to provide any services that debian can run
in userspace, with just some fairly simple work(http://wiki.dns323.info/).
It only has a 2 drive capacity, which might turn you off it , but it can be
had for about $190 (
before drives. Drobo looks really cool, but it's just too expensive for me,
even before the network addon.
On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 9:50 PM, Joe Dunn <me at joedunn.com> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I'm looking for a new storage solution. While I already run openfiler, I
> want a smaller quieter device. I like the idea of the drobo with the network
> add-on, but the readynas seems to be more feature robust. Now that NetGear
> bought Infrant though, it seems to drove up the price quiet a bit.
> I know about the problems ReadyNas new firmware has with afp also, so I
> wanted to hear about any wierd issues any of you guys have across OS's
> Any input would be appreciated.
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