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$49.99 Sans Digital 4 Bay eSATA Port Multiplier JBOD Tower

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g725s

That's a deal. I want one...

 

So I got one.

 

Thanks Joe!

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g725s

Joe_Miner,

 

Are the drives hot swappable?

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Joe_Miner

No.  Not in my opinion. 

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g725s

You could do software raid but not hardware raid right?

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Joe_Miner

It's JBOD -- Just a Bunch Of Disks so the Hard Drives are accessed individually -- if you RAID em it will have to be SW  http://www.sansdigital.com/towerraid-/tr4mplusbnc.html   unless you use a port multiplier RAID adaptor card http://www.sansdigital.com/esata-port-multiplier/index.php

 

I will be adding them, individually, to my Stablebit Drivepool.

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