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post #91 of 102 Old 05-31-2012, 12:35 PM
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How does pooling have any tolerance at all?

I am not sure I even understand this question... That's the point right ?

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I am not sure I even understand this question... That's the point right ?

I am not really sure why people are hung up on the whole pooling or spanned idea anyway. As I mentioned he wanted the drives to appear as 1 large drive and wanted it done in the simplest way possible.

As he has (or will have) a server with duplicate data he isn't worried about data loss. We informed him multiple times that data could be lost in event of a drive failure and he understood those risks.

Again, not how I would use it necessarily but its also not my HTPC.
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To put it very simply, a spanned drive is similar but does not have fault tolerance.

I believe that spanning is done by hardware and pooling done by software for the most part.

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How does pooling have any tolerance at all?

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I am not sure I even understand this question... That's the point right ?

Assassin's question was directed at the fact that hockeyrcks9901 seemed to imply that a pooled drive has fault tolerance, whereas a spanned drive is similar but doesn't.

As far as I can tell, they're both the exact same thing and both don't have any fault tolerance...
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Perhaps some people are confusing spanning with striping?
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Perhaps some people are confusing spanning with striping?

You are correct. I misread the post.
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I am not really sure why people are hung up on the whole pooling or spanned idea anyway. As I mentioned he wanted the drives to appear as 1 large drive and wanted it done in the simplest way possible.

As he has (or will have) a server with duplicate data he isn't worried about data loss. We informed him multiple times that data could be lost in event of a drive failure and he understood those risks.

Again, not how I would use it necessarily but its also not my HTPC.

If it's just media it might not be ultra important.

I mean the TV shows I record.. I could probably live without them. lol.

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Assassin where would someone buy a case like that. ?

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Assassin where would someone buy a case like that. ?

You didn't ask me, but really?

In a less snarky form http://www.shop.perfecthometheater.com/HTPC-aluminum-chassis-S21T-IR310-Black-HTPC-S21T-IR310-B.htm?productId=10
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You didn't ask me, but really?
In a less snarky form http://www.shop.perfecthometheater.com/HTPC-aluminum-chassis-S21T-IR310-Black-HTPC-S21T-IR310-B.htm?productId=10

love the let me google that for you link... LMAO

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You don't see many of these builds .... but such a slick looking case.

Assassin have you done any more of these type of builds recently ?

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You don't see many of these builds .... but such a slick looking case.

Assassin have you done any more of these type of builds recently ?

Of course.
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What's the coolest build you ever did ?

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