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How We Test Networked Storage Devices - Revision 5

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Read more...We have updated our NAS test process with a more powerful system, new OS and 10GbE capability.

Make Your Own Raspberry Pi NAS

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Read more...A Raspberry Pi NAS isn't as flexible or easy to use as a readymade NAS. But it performs better than you might think.

Fun With Rsync And More On The WD My Book Live

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Read more...Updated - Using the hidden SSH root access in the WD My Book Live and enabling rsync lets it play a bigger role for storage, backup and remote file access.

Build A Compact Low Power Atom Server

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Every home could probably benefit from some sort of home server, but it doesn't have to be a loud, power hungry box.

How To Make A Windows Time Machine Server: Part 2

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Read more...Updated - In the second and final part of our series, we finish up the instructions for rolling your own Debian-based Time Machine backup virtual appliance.

How To Make A Windows Time Machine Server: Part 1

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Read more...Updated - Through the magic of virtualization, you can make any Windows machine serve as a place to store your Apple Time Machine backup files without using the nasty old TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes hack.

An Intel Atom Will Serve You Right

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We always like to hear about our readers' homebrew projects. Nick Scott wrote about the Atom-based server he built.

Build Your Own Fibre Channel SAN For Less Than $1000 - Part 2

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Read more...In Part 1, we built a NAS Disk Array. This time we will convert our NAS array into a fibre channel SAN and configure a Windows DAS server.

Build Your Own Fibre Channel SAN For Less Than $1000 - Part 1

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Read more...Greg Noel's new multi-part series will show you how to put together lots of high-performance storage for a lot less than slower and less capacious off-the-shelf NASes.

How We Test Networked Storage Devices - Revision 4

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Read more...Updated - Our new NAS test methodology includes a more powerful testbed system and revamped benchmark lineup.

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