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RE: now hort updates was Quiet day

If it would be easier for you, maybe you should shut us down for a day or
two... we could live with it.... just let us know so we are not 'wondering'.

And my other thought is why are you doing this on such a great weather wise
weekend... we could have waited, really! Why not do this when it is rainy
and crappy out!

Thanks for all you do! :)

Who thinks you should go play in your garden today instead of this....which
is where I am headed... forecast 70's, sunny and not windy- Whoo Hoo!

> -----Original Message-----
> > I've added another 500 gigabytes of disk to the main server -- this will
> > act as a backup for everything and also as a temporary staging area
> while
> > I switch things around.
> >
> > Once we're running off of the 500 gigabytes of disk (maybe tonight if I
> > feel lucky) I can add the other six 250 gigabyte disks to the server and
> > start configuring the RAID.
> Update!
> We're now running off of one 250GB disk with another 250GB disk taking
> 'snapshots' of the system every few hours.
> At this stage in the upgrade things are at their most vulnerable and
> slowest (but definitely useable), and now I can start playing with
> the RAID at my leisure (probably not tonight).
> If everything's ready by tomorrow night we might be running on the RAID
> (which will also be much faster) by Monday morning.
> Chris

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