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    • TheExplorographer
      The Explorographer

      I am throwing this post up for my photography friends, but I think anyone can benefit from it. It is a compilation video that I shared first on my Patreon page http://TheCreatours.com Many found it informative and useful, so for my first post I thought I would share it. You can watch the video here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ViJ_OXDhWk

    • vegasphotog

      So, btw...did you see there is an exisiting discussion about this already?

    • TheExplorographer
      The Explorographer

      I'm sorry, I did not. Is that the protocol here on Cake? One discussion per topic?

    • TheExplorographer
      The Explorographer

      I think where my post differs is I outline 3 levels of depth. It's more of a course on getting started with redundancy than an opinion piece/review. I didn't go with an out of the box solution myself. I built a server for my entire house and back-up is just part of it. Currently spec'd out at 40TB I am about to expand that to 64TB. It's just one of the things I touch on in the course. I think if you watch the video, you will see it basically covers all forms of backups instead of just one product. I will change the tags accordingly.

    • kevin
      Kevin Harrington

      Agreed, this here is a great source for those getting started with backups. The other post I started was specific about automating and tweaking backups for a very large data footprint. Thanks for sharing. Your video is very informative and thought out.

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