My goal is to fill up a lot of drives with data and remove full disk including their data from the pool and add empty disks constantly.
A drive pool with several drives, where I can add and remove drives at any time without interrupting the file copying process. The pool must be accessible all the time.
A file copied into this pool, must be stored on one of the available drives, without being scattered across several drives.
If I remove one drive from the pool, the files on that drive will be removed to.
If I remove a drive, there is a failsafe, that will first write the full file to the disk, before attempting to remove the drive.
If I attach the drive to any system in the world, I need to be able to still read the files. Again.. files must be written to one disk only
Is this possible? I read here, that it is "kinda" possible. But It smells like data corruption.