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21-11-2006, 17:30
is there some maximum of capacity connected hdd ?

Please excuse my english.

30-11-2006, 19:06
No, just as long as it is one HDD i suppose

12-04-2007, 09:03
multiple hdds shouldn't be a problem I guess.

12-04-2007, 13:13
There is no real limit except that for fomating more than 200GB disk you need 512MB swap enabled.

25-03-2008, 18:52
ofcourse you have a limit...

Max file size: 16GiB – 2TiB
Max number of files: Variable
Max filename size: 255 bytes
Max volume size: 2TiB – 32TiB
Allowed characters in filenames: All bytes except NUL and '/'

check it out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext3 ;)

29-09-2008, 11:18
I have installed two HDD 1000Go in RAID1 with not problem and work fine with the last Oleg's firmware.
the Hdd are Samsung Sata 1To 7200 32Mo.

i searched a long time the nas usb2 with fan and Raid1.
I find finaly the MaxInPower BEMIP35A7R, very lowcost nas ~60€ empty.

you choose the raid1/0 with a switch like this pictures (http://www.pcafrance.com/multimedia/102.jpg)
The raid1 is hardware (i find a SiliconImage chip on the PCB)

http://images2.hiboox.com/vignettes/4008/a58353726625f4b8405253900f14e21a.jpg (http://www.hiboox.fr/go/images/informatique/2x1to-wl500gp,a58353726625f4b8405253900f14e21a.jpg.html)

special thanks :D : Olegs, Mascat, Wengi ... and more users, for the works, informations and howto.

29-09-2008, 16:22
not really smart to put a router in a desk...:p
that's bad for your wireless range;)

29-09-2008, 16:51
you are right !
But i don't have any wireless problem, i have a small apartment 60Mē :D