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Movement 551 was entered on May 31st, 2014 and the user wants to cancel the movement. No Stock left in the storage location. So, a year later, 552 is used but it is reversing the entry at a different rate. If it's cancelling the original entry, why isn't it truly cancelling the original document it...
We have a brand new NAS and we're going to use it for fast, share access to our data on the network. It's a 2-disk system and can reach speeds of around 40MB/S. But as of today, we're only getting speed of around 8-10 MB/S. What could the issue be?
I understand that many storage vendors (EMC, NetApp, etc.) provide storage equipment that does NAS, along with FCP and FCoE. Should we use the NAS functionality of these boxes? I know for us (SMB), a NAS is cheaper with lower management overhead for our file server. Is there an advantage to using...
Our organization needs to make sure that our rest encryption is done in one place. If there's shared storage, that seems to be the right place to do it for us, rather than a DAS. We need to cover the case of drives being recovered without keys / keys be required when the SAN boots. How should we go...
I'm consolidating a bunch of data that needs to be made available on my LAN. Should we use a SAN or NAS for this? The data is between 100 - 200 TB. Thanks!
How to convert a GPT disk to a MBR disk, without data loss?
I'm implementing a large server that's going to be used as a live NAS for several other servers. The server will have about 4 - 20 TB of useable space. It will be on RAID 10 for performance concerns but we need a backup solution (including off-site backup). Is there a way to backup that much data?
Throughout the nation, we have several FreeNAS boxes (there's a few terabytes of storage on each one) and we currently do manual rsyncs to keep them in line. But we need some sort of Dropbox service running on each. Has anyone ever tried this before? We need something like a total file system...
We recently decided on creating a NAS running freeNAS that's going to be using RAID 5. The RAID will have 2x2 TB drives and add more drives later. Does anyone know if this is possible? Thanks!
Hello guys, Would someone know if there's a way to telnet or SSH to LG N1A1DD1 NAS? It has a ton of features that we need but we're not sure if it's possible. If not, can we configure it via its web interface a script that can back up via its USB port. Thank you.
We have to replace our Linksys router with a more powerful box but we need to keep a low power footprint. Here's what we need: Wi-Fi access point NAT routing NAS for USB hard disks Print server report We're thinking of getting a Netbook but we're not sure about the power consumption. What other...
At my house, we have a Pentium 4 based Ubuntu server that we need to replace with a Intel Atom-based machine for our network services. We're thinking of using a low-powered NAS over a GbE with 1 TB of space and RAID. Is there something like this? Should we rather get a full size ATX mobo and...
We have a Synology with a 2x1 TB HDD installed as a single RAID 1 volume. But we're running out of space so we need to upgrade my NAS with 2x3 TB HDDs. Can we copy the data from the earlier 1 TB volume to the new configuration without using extra backup devices.
We have a NAS that has two different ethernet ports. One's connected to the router. We haven't connected the second one but we heard that if we connected it, it would double the speed of data to and from the NAS. We're using the USB port for backup. But what should we really use the second LAN port...
I'm about to start building a NAS server. Does anyone know if there's a way to cache frequently accessed files from our remote storage automatically on the local PC? I need something that would caches, writes and reads since one PC will be accessing the server. The server is going to be run on...
I've been searching for the past few months but I can't seem to find a NAS solution that streams FLAC audio via UPnP. The streaming needs to be limited to MP3. Does that exist? Any help is appreciated.
On my Windows 8 machine, we have a setup a backup to the network location on my NAS. It succeeded but the Windows 8 File Recovery section of the control panel, it says "The disk that your backup is saved on is about to fail." But we can't figure out why the NAS is about to fail. It says it's...
this is a hypethetical question.. Using MS Access you enter the last name of a student, and you recieve an error message stating that the value is too long for the field. What are your next steps?
We have a Thecus NAS and I'm trying to connect my Ubuntu desktop to it. We're able to connect it with our Windows PCs on our LAN. We're also able to ping the NAS from the Ubuntu PC but we can't see the shared folders. The PCs are on the same home network / subnet using a Cisco home router. Am I...
What's the difference between IPX/SPX vs TCP/IP?