AT&T wants to break into the cloud storage business with their new AT&T Locker service, a cloud-based file storage that’s marketed as an easy way to share your personal files. The service is available only to AT&T customers and offers features and pricing fairly similar to Dropbox and Google Drive.
Google knows that everybody loves more free storage space, so they have tripled the amount of free cloud-based storage they offer on Google Drive from 5GB to 15GB. Kind of. Previously, Google Drive offered 5GB of storage, and Gmail offered 10GB.
I have a 8 gb USB that I intend to use as a live USB but also have space for personal storage. After formatting, the USB has ~7.5 gb in fat32; I'm devoting 6 gb to the live USB and 1.5 to my personal storage. Also, I want to use the live USB as a functional OS. I've searched online for advice to such a problem, but found conflicting results.
So what's up in the storage world? I still have my 240GB Mushkin SSD for boot+apps+games, two blacks for backup boot drives in case SSD dies + some storage, and two bigger Greens for more storage and backup space. Total storage on the spindle drives is 8GB. I'm looking to replace all of those with 4GB drives some time in the near future. Right now I see a deal on 4TB WD Red for $199.99.
I have question regarding a storage server, I have VM need to be connected to SAN storage, in order to connect to SAN storage I'm in a scenario which I need to have LVM (Logical Volume Server) between the SAN storage and the VM.
So my question, is the LVM storage server specification will be important ?