I have a smartphone, and I am wondering what exactly is meant by internal storage. When mounted, two volumes appear on Windows: SD card and HITACHI disk. The exact name of the HITACHI disk is as follows: HITACHI HTS543280L9SA00. This is shown as a healthy, working device, but is not accessible.
Googling around, it appears that this is a full-sized, SATA connective hard disk drive.
I have just installed 14.04 on a new clean system with a 256Gb solid state disk as the primary device and a 1Tb hard disk for data storage. Every thing seemed fine until I tried to access the 1Tb hard disk - It wasnt there! Only the 256Gb one shows up. At Bios level it is seen so what should I do to get it recognised by Ubuntu.
I currently have a server with 500GB storage (2 physical disks, raid 0) and its already full. I've asked my provider for an upgrade of additional 1TB storage (2 physical, raid 0). These are all hardware based raid.
Almost all files from /usr/local/nginx/html are videos and have consumed the first hard disk raid.
I am looking for a device of which I don't know how it should be called.
The current situation is that we provide computer services and often have to take disk images of hard disks before doing whatever we are going to do. We are using Acronis software for this (which works great) to make disk images to another hard disk (2TB).