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Hetzner Dedicated Root Server SB32 € 27 / month

Discussion in 'Dedicated server hosting' started by rdan, May 21, 2020.

  1. rdan

    rdan Well-Known Member

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    Dedicated Root Server SB32
    * Intel Xeon E3-1245V2
    * 2x HDD SATA 3,0 TB Enterprise
    * 4x RAM 4096 MB DDR3 ECC
    * NIC 1 Gbit
    * - Intel 82574L
    * Location: FSN1


     
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    rdan Well-Known Member

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    Will be using as Backup Server, File Hosting Site.
     
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    Nice but you're using 2x3TB SATA raid 0 ? Not recommended to use raid 0 as 1 disk failure = all data lost !
     
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    Yes, but this will be 2nd remote backup server only.
     
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    But is 1st remote backup server also raid 0 ? Risky :D

    FYI I have ~3.2TB of backup data in Amazon S3 buckets with Infrequent Access storage class for lower costs at US$45/month with high availability. You can probably do it much cheaper with Backblaze or Wasabi cloud storage too. Would be less risky than raid 0 storage.
     
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    BuyVM Block Storage, I think it's on proper RAID10 :).

    Sadly I don't have credit card for now.

    I just have to backup 2.8TB, just $18 on BuyVM.