Photo Storage and Backup

Started Aug 1, 2012 | Discussions thread
James Pezzella
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Re: Photo Storage and Backup

Thank you very much - I'm going to try this!

Russell Evans wrote:

James Pezzella wrote:

My big problem has been my photos and music. In total there's just under 150gb of content. I moved them out to a NetGear ReadyNAS which provided RAID protected centralized access - BUT I haven't found a good backup solution.

Carbonite works fine for a local backup of my computers - but it won't backup any NAS drives.

Install the apt-get and EnableRootSSH extensions to the readynas. Then install the devio debian package using apt-get. Use the devio utility to export your disks to your machine running Carbonite. On that machine, use Imdisk to mount the exported disk. Imdisk works a bit differently than a network share, so it should be invisible to the Carbonite service. Carbonite should see the drive as a local machine drive. See if you can now add the files on the newly mounted disk to your Carbonite backup schedule.

http://www.readynas.com/?cat=36

http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/devio

http://www.ltr-data.se/opencode.html/

Thank you
Russell

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