Hard to say, as it just says 2 TB. Very poor and substandard product description. The bookshops price might be (to) high, I just browsed http://www.scan.co.uk/ - check with them for a good NAS/HDD combination. You can of course start say with a single 2 TB drive, add a second one say in a month or two, when the CFO is permitting again, and the migrate on the fly form a single drive to a RAID1.Paul_Froggatt wrote:Do you know if the first machine has two HDDs?
Now you're forgetting that Online RAID Level Migration isn't possible with TS-210 or TS-212.schumaku wrote:...and the migrate on the fly form a single drive to a RAID1.
*Online RAID capacity expansion, online RAID level migration, and RAID recovery are not supported by one-bay NAS models, TS-210, and TS-212.
An answer QNAP customer services can't provide, too - simpy because of QNAP does sell barebone NAS system sonly, with no HDD at all. It's up to the reseller or system integrator to bundle or preinstall the NAS with disk(s). Sorry if that was not clear enough. You ahve to ask Amazon or the seller of that specific combination though Amazon.Paul_Froggatt wrote:One of the reasons for the original question. One disk or two?
Trust me, schumaku knows this and Qnap don't sell any NAS models with disks.Paul_Froggatt wrote:I'm not sure you can be right actually because the units are being sold by Amazon them selves and there is no way they are putting them together.
Well, you dont buy books at the electronics superstore. So why considering to buy electronics - especially a NAS or similar requiring competent sales information and sales support - at a bookstore?Paul_Froggatt wrote:And guess what, Amazon can't tell me. This is a nightmare!
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