sean.channel at pacbell.net
Fri Mar 23 12:21:23 PDT 2012
Isn't AOE or iSCSI good enough? Well..
I must admit it's awful cute, but not entirely sure where it fits in deployment
wise, and I guess if it were going to be my desktop I'd want more storage, but
still not sure what to do with those 4 GbE's unless you want a rack of these for
some reason ..in which case network storage might be fine, but are these really
suited for that?
On 03/23/2012 12:45 AM, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben at mrbrklyn.com):
>> Not to spam you on this topic, but I really liked this one
>> fit-PC2 SSD fit-PC2-D1G-C1600-H8-W 1600 MHz 1 GB + 8 GB SSD
>> It has wireless built in and an SSD drive.. Now if I can get a 32
>> gig ssd drive on there I'd be a little happier.
> The problem I had with the fit-PC2 series is inadequate I/O for mass
> storage. That is, I insist on being able to run a RAID1 mirror for
> storage; a system with room for only one internal mass-storage device is
> OK _only_ if it also has some sort of adequately good connector for an
> external mass-storage device, too. The fit-PC2 series failed: Its best
> external connector port was USB2, and that just isn't good enough for
> main storage.
> Firewire would have been good enough. eSATA is definitely good enough,
> and that's what makes the difference with the fit-PC3.
> It was frustrating, following closely the literature about this class of
> low-power devices, getting my hopes up every time they'd talk about
> improved I/O -- and then finding out all they meant was faster video.
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