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Joined Mar 25, Messages 19, You already failed. FreeNAS isn't Linux.. Joined Jun 19, Messages It's still confusing phrasing, though I'm sure he gets your point. It sounds like a really good article. I look forward to reading the finished product. I just want to clarify that I was teasing you with the Linux comment. I made my comment because so many people actually think FreeBSD is a flavor of linux.
If you took my comment as me jumping down your throat I ask for your forgiveness. I'm the king of this forum with thinking one thing and typing another myself. Joined Jul 1, Messages 3, If you really wanted a good comparison and I were in your shoes I would: 1. Put together a list of the NAS solutions you want to compare. Read up on each to get an idea of what each has to offer. Put together a questionnaire for all of the different solutions that includes questions that allow each NAS solution to tout the features that makes their superior to others for instance..
Find 1 or 2 people from each of the projects that are knowledgeable enough to provide accurate and thorough answers and have them provide responses. Put all this information together and include it in the article. Maybe even a short cheat-sheet chart that shows advantages and limitations of each. All it would take on your part is to find those individuals, read up on each a little bit, put together questionnaires, then assemble the responses into the article.
Not a lot of work, but well worth the effort for a magazine article. I have yet to see a very detailed and accurate comparison of NAS options, especially for home use. Every article I read seems to lean heavy on information for one solution usually the one they say is the "best" and not provide much information on the others.
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BSD Magazine FreeNAS special issue
AP: None that we currently know of however, many people have successfully used rsync to migrate data. If a user decides to create a tool, we would love to integrate it into FreeNAS. AP: Certainly ease of use. The power of FreeNAS is that you can have network storage running with advanced filesystem features as well as integration with Active Directory in very little time, all through a user friendly GUI.
FreeNAS Featured in April Issue of BSD Magazine
FreeNAS This version includes a combined bug fixes, updates, and improvements. Try it out now! OpenSource Storage Servers. I wonder what the largest FreeNAS pool is? How about drives :D I should have it operational some time tomorrow.