Large HDDs or SSDs?

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  1. pparks1's Avatar
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       #31

    Jaylob4 said:
    So I'm having to delete all contents of the yellow hdd and start again, copying and pasting from the red hdd.
    Look at robocopy. command line tool, can mirror source to a destination. first copy takes full time as it gets everything. All subsequest copies are fast as it only gets the changes.

    Here is robocopy example
    Using Robocopy to Mirror Directories (Tips.Net)
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       #32

    pparks1 said:
    Look at robocopy. command line tool, can mirror source to a destination. first copy takes full time as it gets everything. All subsequest copies are fast as it only gets the changes.
    Here is robocopy example
    Using Robocopy to Mirror Directories (Tips.Net)
    I will take a look, thanks.
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  3. hdmi's Avatar
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       #33

    pparks1 said:
    my response was meant to be sarcastic in nature. while you don't need a NAS enclosure, you would just instead need a fully running PC, Linux know-how, etc .
    Too much "mayonaise" IMO. Another real downside of Linux is you can't install Condusiv Diskeeper on it so you'd still lose performance for no reason other than to let all the noobs think you're smart.
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