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You might have noticed that our RSS feeds were not updating last week. This was due to their accidental deletion during a site update. They are back now and sorry for the inconvenience. Please let us know if you experience any other problems with the feeds.

Comments moved to the Forums

In response to reader feedback, we have disabled the article Comments feature. All article discussion has now been moved to the SmallNetBuilder Forums.

Trying out Google Search

If you're a frequent visitor to the Search box up there on the navigation bar, you will notice something new the next time you use it.

Should SmallNetBuilder add Forums?

Fridays are usually my day to do site housekeeping, which includes thinking about ways to improve SmallNetBuilder. Adding discussion forums has always been something that has been on the back burner, but I've never pulled the trigger.

A Quiet Day

Sorry that there was nothing new posted today, but I spent all day grinding through the Cheap Draft 802.11n Router Roundup that will go up sometime Friday.

Please Bear With Us

You may have been experiencing problems reaching the site over the past few days. We're having some hosting problems and are trying to work through the issues.

In the meantime, if you reach a blank or error page, you haven't done anything wrong! Just try the page again and you will probably reach it.

Thanks for your patience and we're sorry for the problem.

Update 4/7/08 5PM E.D.T. We think we have found the problem and things should be running more smoothly. But please let us know if you experience any problems.

Performance Charts Get Improved

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Over the weekend, we've tweaked the NAS and Router Charts to increase your product comparison pleasure.

Has RAID failed you?

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I've seen posts in the Comments of a few RAID NAS reviews that complain of failed recoveries. In some cases, the RAID array suddenly becomes available, but there is no drive failure and the array needs to be rebuilt, destroying all data. In other cases, there is an actual drive failure, but the array becomes unavailable and data is again lost.

Has something like this happened to you? Has RAID let you down? Let me know by posting a Comment below. No registration is required. Thanks!

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