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comment What kind of connector is this (WD Elements external HD opened)
Actually the link you posted, though relevant, doesn't answer the question. It claims that "the 12-pin header won't give you SATA access", but it doesn't provide any prooflink or explain what the function of this connector actually is (if it's a connector).
Jun
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comment What kind of connector is this (WD Elements external HD opened)
A related post: superuser.com/questions/337222.
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accepted Do I need a UPS with a RAID-configured NAS
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comment Do I need a UPS with a RAID-configured NAS
Also, is there a difference whether I use the specialized NAS HDDs or the general purpose desktop ones?
Feb
10
comment Do I need a UPS with a RAID-configured NAS
Frankly, I thought that RAID redundancy functioned similar to transactions in databases, i.e. the data is either written and fine or not written at all. What you've written gives me the feeling that the OS is asking the HDDs to store completely independent bits of information. In this case the situation you describe would be understandable. However if the system was a bit smarter (as I thought it was), the first disk would never report success to the OS before the writing operation was completed by the second disk. Could you maybe add any reference to confirm what you've written please?
Feb
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comment Do I need a UPS with a RAID-configured NAS
+1 @ChrisInEdmonton: although this remark does not relate to the topic, I agree that I shouldn't feel safe without the backup.
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accepted Tortoise SVN: Ignore missing items on my computer only
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comment Tortoise SVN: Ignore missing items on my computer only
You are right. Thanks a lot!
Aug
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comment Tortoise SVN: Ignore missing items on my computer only
@bahrep: May be it should but I do not understand how to use it. Would you care to explain? Say, I have Dir1 and Dir2 in my repository. How can I make TortoiseSVN ignore Dir1 and just update and commit whatever happens to Dir2? I tried adding "Dir1/*.*" and then "Dir1*" to TortoiseSVN > Settings > General > Global ignore pattern, but on "Commit...", TortoiseSVN still shows hundreds of "missing" files in Dir1.
Aug
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comment Tortoise SVN: Ignore missing items on my computer only
I might be missing something, but (1) can I achieve the same without each time de-selecting the directories I don't need? (2) What about commit? At commit, I get numerous "missing" messages for the directory that I didn't check out.
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