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  • SolGoodGuy - Wednesday, January 09, 2013 - link

    "decided to repliace the iOS"


    Going for replicate there I guess?
  • ganeshts - Wednesday, January 09, 2013 - link

    Thanks for spotting the typo. Fixed it now. Reply
  • dealcorn - Wednesday, January 09, 2013 - link

    The 8-9 bay units look like they are designed for Briarwood which has built in hardware support for RAID parity calculations. If you are going to pop for 8-9 bays, Xeon branding and ECC memory is helpful. Same ancient Bonnell core, but for purposes of RAID parity calculations it is a one trick pony with a heck of a kick. Reply
  • Niall100 - Wednesday, January 09, 2013 - link

    We got the 604T, and its fast, but they have a lot work to do on there own made app's. Most off them arent working as supposed. Add some extra ram and the cpu goes out of control. Use Boxee with extra ram and cpu goes up to 100% (Adata as been tested by Asustor). And loss all your data after some reset due impossible to talk to machine due overload cpu.

    About the app's tested by Asustor but not made by Asustor they telling people to go to makers website. I think when you use the asustor machine in a business place and use it for some streaming. I would say to Asustor dont let app's be a part off your machine if it gives problems. And yes you should not lay back on just 1 backup, but you dont want to have problems on one NAS every day since your other backup "NAS" my fail also.
    As can read on there own forum they are working to fix the memory problem fast. Though it seems they have not tested there own hardware. Not even with Adata ram as Asustor says that it should work.

    I have trust in Asustor, but they need to fiks some huge problems first, pitty they have dropped it on the market to soon.

    love to test beyond

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