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    Hi! The senseless megapixel race has no end, a photo is now around 25mb big reason my photo archives is rapidly growing as never before. the more disastrous it would be if the only current drive fails now. Therefore creates a RAID1 solution! disks are probably due to the numerous natural disasters currently be quite expensive. Fortunately, I have no idea what HDs have tasted before. Respect so be it! A 500gb 2.5 inch drive I had indeed already but I put my first search out regardless of format.

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    Maybe a little Offtice pic but I hope you realize that a RAID-1 no backup replaced. RAID-1 reliability Backup : Backup, you may think you now he explains to me why such a simple thing now for sure? Well a RAID-1 allows you to disk failure is compensated and the system does not fail. The latter you can times that no matter when the data are not there times a day. A Raid-1 helps but not when errors occur. Examples you delete accidentally files - data is stored incorrectly Virus - computer breaks no matter what changes are made in any case you have to change on both disks -> unwieldy! So my recommendation regularly connect external hard drive directories synchronize External hard disk pack away

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    Times i will get a bit further in terms of my project. My laptop hard drive is-relatively-small with 250gb.Currently my archive would fit up there yet but it is unnecessary and I would like to make provisions. the archive in my case is really not to be confused with an archive and a library. This is a short excerpt from my work flow New Photos wander the library analysis sorting out leaving only about 20% the be secured within the next system backup routine on a separate HD. A large hole with a diameter of at least 5 years. They have not let your digital photos in most cases develop from the PC and they are faster than you think. Gone I also want to still look back in 50 years in my youth.

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    A RAID-1 is mainly used where services 24/7 must be available the week. For example a Web server. If there is a disk fails the system continues to run anyway. Therefore the second plate. That's why you actually need a RAID but a full backup. How do you use your data is basically the same. Put simply there are two types of data. Sensitive and non sensitive since you have a lot of data it is advisable not a regular full backup but only the changes since the last backup. Alternatively and much easier Synchronize! 1) Once a full backup sync 2) Regularly your source directory to the backup directory if you want send me on a Saturday night just an e- mail then I would do an article done on PC experience where I present a detailed guide online.

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    I think we are talking past each other. For a backup of my entire system I already use two practical Sync software independently. This area is well covered. My concern is limited to the full SD card encourager to archive in order to format the card again. In the process a full directory of the SD to the EXHD to shove I do not need any software could automate one so far that the SD card will not shove directly synchronized with the archive maybe you mean that? But would I honestly be overkill.

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    What resolution if you save the photos some time ago I used 1600x1200 yet. Meanwhile I guess 2000x1500.

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