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HOW TO – Design, build, and configure a (low-cost!) backup/server monster

Sam writes – “I recently built a Linux-based backup server and I documented the process. We built a full-fledged server, installed Fedora Core 4 (not 5! waaaay to bleeding-edge), setup the server to serve the 4 backup hard drives (broken-up into 2 RAIDO arrays) through FTP (the protocol our software uses), and as a bonus we setup a 5th drive (smaller) to hold the OS, software programs, and a shared folder for generic files. The fifth drive was shared through SAMBA (so it could be accessed from Mac/Windows/Linux). Because we had a fairly fast CPU and we were (believe it or not!) tight on cash, we used software RAID0.”Link.

2 thoughts on “HOW TO – Design, build, and configure a (low-cost!) backup/server monster

  1. “Zabbix documentation is very interesting. It is very well written, but it doesn’t really explain how to do anything”.


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