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Hi, I'm setting up a new home server and I just downloaded the DrivePool and Scanner apps to test out. I am trying to figure out the best setup to maximize my storage space but also have solid "real" backups and not just duplicated files. Duplication of files is great but isn't a real backup, since if I accidentally delete a file the duplicate is also automatically deleted. Duplication also doesn't allow for file versioning. I have six 8TB drives and I was thinking of creating two 24TB drive pools: a "Data" pool for live storage and a "Backup" pool to store backups of everything on
Hey all. Forgive me if this post is long but I'm having a hard time making a decision here. So I have about 9TB of data that I am keeping on a small Windows 10 home server. It's mostly media, video projects and emulation stuff (I run a retro gaming YouTube channel and have tons of emulation sets.) It's about 485,000 files in total. Until recently, it was all kept on a Windows Storage Spaces JBOD volume through a 4-bay MediaSonic ProBox that was connected directly to my main PC. Problem is, because CrashPlan has such a horribly written client, backing all this up to the cloud was taking ove