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Old 09-24-2010, 05:57 PM
joji joji is offline
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Default NAS Backup storage Question

I want to buy a 8TB Promise NS4600
Here is a link

http://www.promise.com/storage/raid_...&rsn1=3&rsn3=7

I am not running Audio off it. I just need it to back up my Macpro and sample libraries etc. This uses Raid 5 for Backup. Does this conflict with Protools 8 at all.

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Old 09-24-2010, 06:25 PM
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Default Re: NAS Backup storage Question

If you mark the drive as Transfer only in the workspace, I can't imagine why it would give you any issues at all. Lots of people I know have Drobos online, not for use with ProTools, but just attacked in a manner to what you want to do, and they aren't have any problems.

You should be fine.
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