The Florida congresswoman's resignation — under pressure from top Democrats — comes amid the release of leaked emails showing DNC staffers favoring Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders in the party's 2016 primary contest.
>You forgot for the most part "The Cat from Outerspace".
--The book was better, IIRC. Been a long time since I read it tho
--5 years power on time? You're pushing it. zpool set autoexpand=on + autoreplace=on for your pool; zpool replace the drives one at a time with 1TB ( ~$61 WD RED ) or 2TB ( ~$79 SG ) NAS** drives before they fail, you can *easily double* (or more) your available disk space by buying them on Amazon these days.
** TLER FTW
--Seriously, ZFS online disk replacement is the easiest way I know of, no downtime and much better than trying to do hours of recovery if both happen to fail at once. It's worth it just for the peace of mind.
--You what now?
--At work, we have 6x1080p network/environment monitors that can be linked with Synergy spanning software.
--Setup a ZFS+Linux+Samba server as a RAID10 network share drive, copy data to it, take a known-good snapshot. Do a zpool scrub afterward to make sure.
--Then implement a cron script that takes a rolling snapshot Mon-Sun. If you're feeling ambitious you can install the zfs-auto-snapshot package but you should really disable the "frequent" snapshots (every 15 minutes? who really needs that?) and possibly "hourly" snapshots since they will prevent your disks from going to sleep.
--As a bonus, you could also take rolling day-of-month (1-31) snapshots in the same script. Just destroy the existing snapshot name before taking another one.
(Disclaimer: I have done this and the concept appears fairly bulletproof, since ZFS snapshot directories are read-only.) Feel free to ask me for details or provide feedback...
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