NAS for Backup.... swapping Tags: NAS / RAID Backup Storage Last response: February 20, 2006 6:35 AM in Storage Share mpasternak February 15, 2006 7:11:38 PM Here's what we're lookin to build Network attached storage. anywhere from 5 to 7 hot swappable Drives (preferably SATA) will not be doing any heavy duty number crunching. but be used purely to backup all our existing servers and databases on a daily basis be able to run some form of backup agent that will poll the networks and backup specific databases Cheap. what we basically plan to do is have a rotating schedule where everyday back's up to a different hard drive. EG, Monday would be Disc 1. Tuesday Disc 2, and so on and so fort for 1 week than start again. More about : nas backup swapping mpasternak February 15, 2006 7:21:26 PM "Attach Up to Two USB 2.0/1.1 Drives* For Additional Storage" not a suitable solution read my requirements wusy.. you know better as i said. oh nevermind.. you know what. fucking Lazy IT guy can swap the drives himself every other day. this is a good idea rather than buying some $7K server that a box can do instead Febrianto February 20, 2006 6:35:51 AM hi.. you can start from a Case like this Case 8 X Hotswap or Case 6 X Hotswap you can use a mobo with 8 Sata or SATA Controller Card to build your own NAS Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedhome NAS: JBOD + 2x backup vs. RAID1 + backup Forum SolvedStorage Help (NAS + Media Streaming + RAID + Automatic Backup) Forum SolvedSmall NAS stricly for backup...WD GREEN or RED Forum SolvedNAS for backup and streaming Forum NAS backup solution question Forum Looking into a new NAS for backup + media server Forum Need NAS/network media storage solution with backup redundancy Forum NAS / back-up server - one in the same? Forum Best NAS storage for backup Forum Economical Way to Backup Network Attached Storage (NAS) Forum Raid nas, auto usb backup Forum Backup strategy from NAS drives (ReadyNAS 314) Forum Home Server - NAS and streaming and online back-up duties. Is this build fit for purpose? Forum Server backup to nas/w7 Forum NAS backup storage Forum nas with cloud backup Forum NAS that can be woken up for data backup? Forum Backup (D:) to NAS N: Drive. Use disk image? Forum Any recommendations for a cheap Linux based NAS/backup build? Forum NAS | Backup Use Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !