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fdisilvestro

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Re: Online Backup Storage.
« Reply #20 on: July 19, 2020, 05:34:16 pm »


This plan might be overkill
 

There is no such a thing as too many backups.


I'm probably still at risk for nuclear armageddon. I need to work on that.  ;D
 

Maybe in the not so distant future, there will be companies offering backups in the Moon or Mars to protect your data from E.L.E. :)

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Re: Online Backup Storage.
« Reply #21 on: July 21, 2020, 12:46:13 am »

Maybe in the not so distant future, there will be companies offering backups in the Moon or Mars to protect your data from E.L.E. :)

Excellent!

Sign me up for the first server farm on the dark side of the moon.  ;)

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Re: Online Backup Storage.
« Reply #22 on: October 14, 2020, 05:54:49 pm »

After I discovered that my Amazon Prime membership covered unlimited photo back up to Amazon Drive I started backing up my 200K plus shots and let a spare machine run day and night doing it.

Then I discovered a fatal flaw on Amazon's end - the number of shots may be unlimited but large files and or unsupported formats won't copy - could be a time out thing, or just a rejection, I'm not sure. After weeks of uploading i found out that that thousands of shots didn't upload to Drive. It doesn't give file numbers for the failed upload files so I'm not sure of their particulars, but I do know for sure that PSB's didn't load.
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