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revised Hybrid Storage Setup on “normal” hardware
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comment External SSD drive vs Flash drive (USB 3.0)
those sticks you mention are more than likely SSDs in USB key form. I have seen them too, and they use the same storage chips as SSDs and same controllers. They are essentially SSDs, but in stick form...
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comment Uploading many large files to a remote server
yea, both servers are controlled by me, and SSH is available remotely.
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comment Uploading many large files to a remote server
thanks for the info. I will be using this for only one run, so no incremental backups are needed... The backup software is allowing me to backup once to a folder, take the contents of the folder and bring it somewhere else (usually done on USB key or HDD) and then continue backups there... Thanks again. will look into it!
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comment Multiple SSH Connections over different connections
i have created 2 aliases in the hosts file on an unbuntu box ssh1 and ssh2. i then used <route add -host nr1 gw <gwip1> dev eth0> and the <route add -host nr2 gw <gwip2> dev eth1> but when i ssh into ssh1, it tells me i am logged in though ETH1's IP, and when i ssh into ssh2 i get the same info... or am i doing something wrong? CNAMEs?
Jul
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comment Multiple SSH Connections over different connections
it looks like it could work, technically, but since the server is going to have the same IP, only one route would actually be used... If i had 2 IPs on the server, which for 2 connections is not a problem, but for more, they could be, then routing would do the job...
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comment Multiple SSH Connections over different connections
Bonding is not possible for this set-up... bonding only works (tell me if i am wrong here) if the network cards are on the same network, eg, a machine with 4GigE connections to a single switch. in this case, the IPs i am given are dynamic, on different subnets, have different gateways, dns, etc... would be nice if it worked, but it wont...
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