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NAS Server

On Fri, 3 Dec 2010, Jerry Feldman wrote:

> After some research and some online discussions, including here, we
> bought a Netgear ReadyNAS 3100 with 4TB XRaid (4 2TB SATA drives). XRaid
> is Netgear's proprietary RAID, but you can configure standard RAID
> configurations. I also bound the 2 NICs. I found that the performance of
> the NAS device to be much better than the Linux server with SCSI drives
> that we had been using. Additionally I found it much easier to set up

Can I ask, do the bound NICs help with the speed when there is only one 
client, or just allow clients to interfere less with each other? There are 
lots of different types of "binding" ethernet links - do you know the type 
you are using?

Daniel Feenberg

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