AW: [vdr] Doubling my available VDR disk space without cost or
loss of convenience.
ms at citd.de
Tue Sep 12 20:56:52 CEST 2006
Carsten Koch wrote:
> martin wrote:
>>go and get yourself a new hard disc :-)
> Well, that option is of course always available. ;-)
> Let's take a look at my vdr system:
> /video> df -hT
> Filesystem Type Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> /dev/hda2 xfs 147G 12G 136G 8% /
> udev tmpfs 253M 236K 252M 1% /dev
> /dev/hdb1 xfs 149G 86G 64G 58% /vdr2
> /dev/hdc1 xfs 149G 115G 35G 77% /vdr3
> /dev/hdd1 xfs 149G 114G 36G 77% /vdr4
> athlon:/ nfs 148G 128G 21G 86% /athlon
> athlon:/mp3 nfs 233G 142G 92G 61% /athlon/mp3
> athlon:/vdr5 nfs 233G 107G 127G 46% /athlon/vdr5
> athlon:/vdr6 nfs 233G 141G 93G 61% /athlon/vdr6
> athlon:/vdr7 nfs 233G 179G 55G 77% /athlon/vdr7
> athlon:/vdr8 nfs 233G 170G 64G 73% /athlon/vdr8
> athlon:/vdr9 nfs 233G 210G 24G 90% /athlon/vdr9
> athlon:/vdr10 nfs 149G 75G 75G 50% /athlon/vdr10
> athlon:/video nfs 233G 211G 22G 91% /athlon/video
> It would still be nice to integrate videos from other
> sources seamlessly.
> And: 20 disks are twice as much trouble as 10 disks.
> My older disks have started to fail recently...
That's nothing. ;-)
I've currently have 36 HDDs with a total capacity of 8,3 TB.
7,4 TB used and 0,9TB "free". A "projection" of about 1TB of missing
things and another TB of recordings still on DVDs that i hadn't copied
over. (Note to myself: Remember to by a HDD each month for the next 3
month, so that i can finally put the DVD "priode" behind me.)
And above i haven't counted the about 1TB of "misc" space i have.
And most of it i have actually watched, it took a few years to record
all of that!
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