How many hard drives is enough? I’ve got a hard-disk buying fever; they’re just so cheap:
I have three internal Seagate drives, four external firewire Seagate drives, a WD firewire drive, and two USB drives for a grand total of:
- Internal: 320GB + 500GB + 250GB = 1070GB
- Laptop: 120GB
- External Firewire: 300GB, 300GB, 300GB, 400GB, 500GB = 1800GB
- External USB: 40GB, 200GB = 240GB
This brings me to a grand total of 3230 GB, or 3.2 TB of disk space available to me at any given time. Imagine how troublesome my storage needs would become if I decided to say, use RAID?
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