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    Mike Schroll
    @MikeSchroll
    "I did a quick bit of performance testing and found that a 100Mb file copied at about 20mbit/sec."
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    might be worth getting something slightly better than a RPi
    like an orange pi plus - gigE and SATA ports would be nice
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    or the ODROID-XU4 with GigE and USB3
    i should build a swift cluster for backups, four nodes with 3+1 erasure encoding, one at each of my family's houses
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    banana pi has SATA and GigE for $32
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    amazon killed this chat :)
    cpare
    @cpare
    I am gonna check this out
    Banana Pi + https://owncloud.org/ + GlusterFS
    Gluster keeps a few remote nodes synchronized, owncloud provides a nice UI
    cpare
    @cpare
    I can't find anyone with a OrangePi/BananaPi for sale thats not AliBaba
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    aliexpress is the official source of both of them, AFAIR
    cpare
    @cpare
    The problem is I always seem to get hosed when I use them...
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    i haven't been hosed yet
    cpare
    @cpare
    I guess it's only $40
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    it might be a problem with shit sources, but when you're buying from the official orangepi/bananapi store it should be quite safe.
    cpare
    @cpare
    What about HDFS?
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    there's plenty of options around. i think i'd do swift.
    HDFS is java, so that'll be pretty heavy for the little ARM CPU
    cpare
    @cpare
    I keep kicking around that a bunch of smart people like us should be able to make a secure, distributed private cloud solution that would allow you to store in the cloud the same amount of space you make available. Something akin to Napster
    and make it inexpensive enough where people can get on the boat for under $100 and the cost of a drive.
    cpare
    @cpare
    if the price point is right and we could provide security / encryption to ensure people can't see the data they are hosting it might catch on...
    it would also protect anyone that might inadvertently/unknowingly host anything that could get them in trouble...
    someone must already be doing this (or something similar)
    cpare
    @cpare
    Even if the message was "You have to contribute 4x the storage you require to allow file replication" it's a one-time cost rather than the recurring cost of a hosting service.
    jmonsted
    @jmonsted
    there's a solution that uses a blockchain to prove that you're storing stuff
    i'll be setting up a replication thing between my brother, father and me. three-headed swift cluster or something.
    cpare
    @cpare
    Yeah, I am trying to brainstorm the same type of solution with a few friends, the challenge is the horrible UL/DL ratio we all have
    the fact we don't have the same UL/DL rates is bad business, and the reason I am eager to jump to a real provider solution
    Blazer0x
    @Blazer0x_twitter
    You can send drives to delimeter https://www.delimiter.com/slot-hosting/, setup RAID5, and then you have your own private cloud storage. You can even send a drive with data already on it and you won't have to upload it.
    Blazer0x
    @Blazer0x_twitter
    Anyone have leads on other unlimited storage options? Sadly even box.com has a 5GB limit on file size, and some of my PC backup images are much larger than that.
    hewhodares
    @hewhodares
    Hello there, no matter what I do I'm getting "Rate exceeded" exceptions, is this just me?
    hewhodares
    @hewhodares
    Even after no activity for 12 hour
    @yadayada forgive the ping
    hewhodares
    @hewhodares
    I've tried deleting the cache directory a few times BTW, and re-authenticating, same old
    hewhodares
    @hewhodares
    Hello?
    Anton Belov
    @belovanton
    rate exceeded too
    fuse-dev
    @fuse-dev
    acdcli got banned from amazon months ago
    Anton Belov
    @belovanton
    any way got my data from amazon in cli?
    fuse-dev
    @fuse-dev
    From Amazon, "Regrettably, Amazon Drive no longer has third-party integration with rclone / acdcli
    For computers using Linux you can use these third-party applications to access and manage your files: Odrive or GoodSync"
    hewhodares
    @hewhodares
    Neither of those are free
    As in hippy free
    gnthibault
    @gnthibault
    Ouch
    amazon really is amonster
    no compatible client whatsoever
    isn
    isn't it criminal
    how am I supposed to move away my data now ?
    Brendan McCollam
    @bjmc
    Is this project completely dead now?