the ultimate storage solution

Nigel Weeks nweeks at
Mon May 22 15:49:53 PDT 2006

And then you go and put Samba on too, and undo any security encryption might
have provided (if it were available).

If you want a secure file repository, usable by any OS, accessible from
anywhere, build a system where users log into a web-deployed file management
environment, and file availability is based on user's clearance and valid

It's about 4 hours work with PHP, Apache, and a decent RDBMS like Firebird.


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> Erik Wikström
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> Subject: Re: the ultimate storage solution
> On 2006-05-22 22:43, John Leimon wrote:
> > I would like to design a fileserver with an encrypted raid-5 array.
> > Would dragonfly running samba be a good solution? Being
> able to access
> > files on the array from any operating system is a priority.
> Not an expert but I don't think that DragonFly supports any
> encryption
> of disks at the moment.
> Erik Wikström
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