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Using FreeNAS for Disaster Recovery – Part 1 and 2

July 27th, 2009

Saiweb has a series of posts about using FreeNAS for disaster recovery.
They were looking for ways to build a “cost effective” NAS, and now following the success of a recent build using FreeNAS for deploying an office NAS with 2.7TB of usable disk space they have developed a concept for using these relatively cheap NAS systems for Disaster Recovery Purposes.

This NAS build at the time of writing costs £740.54 inc VAT, for a 4TB system, giving approx 2.7TB of usable diskspace in a RAID 5 configuration, try getting a pr-ebuilt model for that!

You can find links to part 1 and part 2 of this series below, I will of course keep you up to date with any news posts which appear!

Related links:

Using freeNAS for Disaster Recovery – Part 1

Using freeNAS for Disaster Recovery – Part 2 | Saiweb

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