Alexandre Souza - Listas
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Fri Nov 5 16:21:01 CDT 2010
>> Eh... :oO Almost everything done :)
> That's pretty neat - a bit low on the capacity side, but it's cool to
> watch it log SCSI activity.
> Obviously a redesign of the storage-end of it wouldn't be a big deal.
> Could go FLASH, could go SDRAM. Could even do what some 3rd-party DEC
> drive emulators did - copy non-volatile to RAM at boot time, then RAM
> back to non-volatile when powering down.
Very interesting device, I think that can be used as a base for a
SD-based device (and why not, multivolume/multicard SD device...I wonder
what is the problem with having 4 or 8 SD cards togheter as one big SCSI
volume. With cheap 8GB and 16GB cards, you could have 64/128GB SCSI
subsystems being used even as backup devices - each card could be
auto-identified and loaded in the correct order
There are lots of possibilities with this link! ;oD
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