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  • jcpenn
    Jan 10, 05:17 PM
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  • PatrickCocoa
    Apr 29, 03:15 PM
    The answer to your question depends on some things:

    1. How often will you do this?

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  • Jon148
    Jun 24, 01:16 AM
    I was at the mall around 10:00 tonight and there was already a line. at about 10:45 security kicked everyone out saying we can't be on private property and they will let up start lining up around 5am. When I got there at 10 there was already about 20 people waiting. I live close so I will probably do a drive by every hour or hour and a half to see what's going on. I'm doing a walk-in purchase so I want to be one of the first in line.

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  • Reckless
    Sep 22, 01:27 PM
    I think im the only person who thinks that a peice of equipment the size of a deck of cards that holds over 15k songs is NOT too big??? I have a 40G pod and I wouldn't want it any smaller...If I needed a pod with more storage I would buy a 60G in a heart beat

    You posted just as I was finishing off my post. Just wanted to agree with what you said. I've got a 2G 20gb model (nearly full) and if it wasn't for the fact that I'm saving up for an iBook I'd have bought one already.

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  • Shasterball
    Apr 15, 12:30 PM
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    Oct 27, 02:52 PM
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  • Mac-Addict
    Oct 8, 03:37 AM
    ummm.... i'm pretty sure EVERYONE knows that apple always puts out iphones on sunday nights :D

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  • quicksilver77
    Feb 6, 03:02 PM
    I didnt have the machine until yesterday and my post was made before i got it. It handles 720p files fine but would like better performance in Plex with the Aeon skin hence my post about upgrading RAM.

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    Aug 31, 05:15 PM
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  • Captain Planet
    Mar 29, 09:32 PM
    Yeah, I know, it's an old game. However, I still like it and play it. So I just wanted to know if I could install the game on a new iMac and that it would run properly. I know the requirements are more then sufficient for the game, but I heard something about it not running for some reason...I might probably be wrong but I just wanted to know for sure. Also, my disk for the game is the very first version, 1.0. But with the patches I guess it doesn't really matter.

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  • 100Teraflops
    Mar 7, 04:21 PM
    I won't offer any advice on size since that's a bit subjective but I will offer some advice on backup. When deciding what size and how many drives to buy spend most of your time thinking about your backup plan. Once you've settled on that then go get the drives.

    I recently lost the 500gb drive in my 07 iMac. That's where my Aperture library was. My advice on backup is to keep it simple and redundant. I don't archive SD cards nor save non-keepers. What I did though was let Time Machine backup my Aperture Library (I manage all photos in Aperture) and I kept Aperture vaults on two seperate external hardrives. (So there are 4 drives involved already...5 if you count the one I left at my parents over Christmas as an offsite). Moral of the story. I put a new HD in the iMac (1TB WD Cavier Green) and got back every single bit of data and every photo with no issues. Luckily I had updated the vaults and had not taken any new photos before the HD crash.

    BTW, I do the same for family home movies. They are all digital and the thought of loosing them is unfathomable.

    Personally I believe a backup strategy is priority one no matter if you are noob or a seasoned pro. Those shots mean something to you and if you loose them they are gone forever.

    Right now, I have copied all of my photos and videos to cds and dvds, so I here ya that protecting one's 'family memories' are priority. However, with a vast collection, do photographers burn photos and videos to discs? I think a Blu-Ray player would help since they hold up to 25 GB and 48 GB or so respectfully. Can an individual burn non-HD content to Blu-Ray discs? I should research before I assume!

    Also, as of now, I save non-keepers, but I do not have a lot of photos. At least not yet. :D Although, I have deleted photos, but I still have some blurry photos and crappy videos.

    Thanks for reiterating the importance of a backup plan!

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  • nanofrog
    Apr 14, 08:57 AM
    You don't need to worry about Low Profile versions for the Mac Pro, so others are viable options (say the ARC-1880i all the way to the ARC-1880ix24).

    ATTO Technologies is another company to look into (both offer 6Gb/s, bootable in BIOS and EFI based systems, work in multiple OS's, and have additional features not found on other cards). But ATTO's products are more expensive (good if you're new to hardware RAID controllers, as they're located in New York State so the Support Staff speak English natively), and on some models, Areca has an advantage (namely those that use a DIMM slot for the cache - none of ATTO's products do).

    Areca's support staff do speak English (phone or email), but it's a 2nd language (based in Taiwan). So deciphering their response can be challenging at times.

    Or is there more sata/power connectors there or can I buy/connect more?
    The 2009/10 systems use a single backplane connector per ODD bay, so you'd need to use a Y splitter off of that (example (http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10226&cs_id=1022604&p_id=5184&seq=1&format=2) if you don't need to retain the data signal off of the ODD backplane connector).

    If you do need to retain the data connection, there's a way to do that too, but it will take a bit of effort on your part (means getting a couple of off the shelf cables and splicing the power wires together <backplane extension cable (http://industrialcomponent.com/oem/sataext12.html) + SATA Y splitter>; no mods to the system, so your warranty will remain in tact :)).

    With this card I can connect both the 4x 3TB HDD RAID5 volume and 2x 6G SSD (non-raid) to it at same time.

    You can run multiple arrays or arrays + single disks via Pass Through mode. You cannot run a JBOD (concatenation) + RAID simultaneously though (must select between RAID or JBOD mode).

    Also does it get messy cable wise when you don't use the apple raid card and run the SAS expanders to the drives? How did you go about flashing the card to EFI firmware ?
    SAS expanders are easy cable wise (and no different between any computer for the same configuration and equipment).

    All of Areca's settings, including flashing the firmware, are done via a web browser (BTW, Safari tends to fail for this, so use another browser, such as Firefox).

    If you chose an ATTO product, it installs it's own interface application.

    Which other 6G RAID cards can you recommend that I can connect 4x HDD in RAID5 and 2x 6G SSD's (non-raid) to, if there's a good one that takes advantage of internal drive channels it would be a plus.
    The only card that can use PCB traces with the HDD bays, is the Apple RAID Pro.

    All 3rd party cards require an adapter, which you've found (maxupgrades.com adapter kit you located).

    Care to post the instructions or link to the thread with details on flashing the Areca card that NANOFROG gave you?
    See above.

    The EFI firmware (EBC actually), can be found on the disk provided with the card, or on the support site (you will have to dig a bit, but it's there). Then install it via a browser (use Firefox, as there's been too many instances where Safari has failed - including multiple versions of it).

    How many RAID volumes can you configure using the one Areca controller using the internal ports? I am guessing all drives that connect using the ( MiniSAS- SATA 4x multiplier). So for two internal 6G ports on the RAID controller (8 drives in any number of RAID configs). I want to run a 4x HDD RAID5 and 2x SSD's in non raid off the one controller. Maybe even go for the 1880-ix with external RAID support for a 3rd external RAID1 volume, all of the same controller. Wondering how much RAM I will need in this case, would 512MB default be enough you think?
    The # of volumes = however many you want (all of the 1880 series can actually run 128 disks via SAS expanders). You can do this via an internal to external cable (http://www.pc-pitstop.com/sas_cables_adapters/8887-1M.asp) (stick to 1.0 meter with SATA disks, or it won't be stable). Or just use these cables for a 1:1 port to disk ratio if you wish in an external SAS enclosure.

    Not sure if you're asking, but you're not stuck to even numbers once you exceed the minimum disk count (i.e. minimum for RAID 5 = 3 members).

    512MB would be enough, as you're not using that many disks (only functional during writes, not reads). More can improve your write throughputs, but I'm not sure of your file sizes, or if you'll be adding more disks (via expanders or in a 1:1 ratio).

    You could do without the RAID-card altogether and just install 4 drives in the bays in the Mac Pro and use the ZFS filesystem (http://code.google.com/p/maczfs/) to make a dynamic stripe in RAID-Z, so you will get RAID-5 like performance but with better protection and data integrity.

    RAID-5 is prone to something called the "RAID-5 write hole" in case of a power outage, something RAID-Z specifically is designed to handle.

    Just listing this as another option.
    For software implementations of parity arrays, you're absolutely right. RAID 5 wouldn't be the way to go. But a hardware RAID controller has a hardware solution to the problem. :)

    Funny thing, as I am running ZFS as we speak on my Mac Pro and several servers.

    If you clicked the link I provided you could even download it and install it in Mac OS X ;)

    Also ZFS is returning big time for Mac OS X come June/July with a full up-to-date implementation of ZFS, called ZFS-410 by Ten's Complement LLC (http://tenscomplement.com/).

    Ironically, one of the engineers behind ZFS-410 was the technical lead behind the original HFS+ filesystem and one of the persons porting ZFS to Mac OS X until Apple ditched it. You can find a good read about it here (http://arstechnica.com/apple/news/2011/03/how-zfs-is-slowly-making-its-way-to-mac-os-x.ars)

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  • kevin2223
    May 7, 01:43 AM
    There is a very slim chance anything goes wrong with the iMac by installing RAM. If anything, you could always re-install the Apple-supplied RAM and have them service it - they would not be able to reject your warranty. I could only see them voiding the warranty if you physically damaged the computer when upgrading, and there is a very slim chance of that. After all, 8 pages of the iMac manual are dedicated to helping a user add more memory.

    Little benefit to buying RAM from Apple as you can get more for a cheaper price (like OWC). Most include a lifetime warranty.

    As per the AppleCare Agreement: "An AirPort Extreme Card, an AirPort Express or AirPort Extreme Base Station, Time Capsule, an Apple-branded DVI to ADC display adapter, Apple RAM modules and MacBook Air SuperDrive are also covered under APP if used with the compatible Covered Equipment and originally purchased by you up to two years before your Mac purchase or during the term of your APP."

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  • rebby
    Mar 15, 05:48 PM
    I read both the files, i understand. But how can i see how my pictures where imported? I already had folders with pictures that i just dragged into the library. I cant recal seeing anything like referenced or managed masters?

    thanks :)

    (edit) in the import settings it is set as ''Store files: in the aperture library''

    That's explained in the first link.

    Select Manage referenced files from Aperture�s file menu

    In Aperture 3 I think that they may have changed it to "Located Referenced Files...". Still under the File menu though.

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  • DHagan4755
    Mar 13, 06:49 PM
    I should see no reason why it wouldn't work like it does on the PowerBooks given that you feed the iBook the maximum amount of RAM. The only other limiting factors are the graphics card memory and the size of the screen (1024x768) is somewhat limiting when you have all of Final Cut's windows open.

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  • hotwire132002
    Nov 13, 06:26 PM
    Your best bet is probably an open-source calendar script (http://sourceforge.net/search/?type_of_search=soft&exact=1&forum_id=0&group_id=0&atid=0&words=php+calendar&Search=Search) - take a look at those and see if anything comes close.

    I'd guess you wouldn't find too many broadcasting specific ones given that most folks in broadcasting are for profit and that the public access/community stations are pretty limited in resources.

    Thanks for the suggestion! We ended up tweaking an open-source calendar, and the system seems to work well for me. Hopefully the rest of the folks at the station will like it too. If not, you'll hear from me here. :)

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  • Hackint0sh814
    Apr 28, 09:18 AM

    Nothing like stating the obvious. :rolleyes:

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  • ActionableMango
    Apr 20, 11:53 AM
    I looked around out of of curiosity and got the feeling that the ATA password is not very well supported on any platform. And for Macs the Seagate FAQ is pretty clear:
    At this time, Apple Mac systems with EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface) in lieu of BIOS do not support traditional ATA security passwords.

    AFAIK the only existing FDE solution for OS X is PGP . I don't know anything about that product and at least one other user here on the forum feels its only a matter of time before PGP FDE on OS X creates an unrecoverable failure.

    My own intention is to use Lion FDE toward the end of the year after everyone else has been beta testing it for a few months. :)

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  • Satori
    Apr 21, 11:46 AM
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    Aug 7, 06:46 PM
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    Apr 20, 04:46 PM
    Oh how I wish I had bought stock when Jobs was just coming back on board. I seem to remember it has being around $10.00 share in the late 90's. But, at least I have some now. And, I keep contributing to their bottom line. Drink the Koolaid!!

    AAPL was about $7.50/share (split adjusted) in December 2001.

    Oct 25, 09:39 AM
    Creative for one.
    I doubt very much whether Creative would p*ss off Apple having just been given a $100m end of hostilities settlement.

    How hard can Fairplay be to crack? If this guy can do it I'm sure most major software/hardware/telephone companies could find a way, but they choose not to. If they did, what would stop Apple from hacking WMA and basically declaring DRM dead?

    Mar 24, 09:10 AM
    Thanks for the suggestions!

    Oct 4, 10:43 AM
    Using GSP and Iphoto only makes sense if the photo's have the GSP location information as part of the photo. So that mean that the Camera taking the picture has a GSP reciever in it, which is great outside, but GPS does not work indoors

    Maybe you can use the map interface to ADD the GPS infor to the photos. For example, first you select a few photos. then you select "change location" and then click on a map of where the images were taken. Later you can search on the location

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