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Fujitsu has updated its beginner's NAS (network-attached storage) box, making it run faster and store more data. The Q800 is an update on the previous Q600 and Q700 models, which used a slow Marvell 6281 processor and had just one or two SATA disk drives. The product name, Celvin, refers to the Kelvin temperature scale. Fujitsu …

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How about the 212 when your blood boils, or the 451 when you reach meltdown/combustion point. Fahrenheit anyone?

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Won't blood boil at a higher temperature, because of the dissolved impurities? But what pressure are you assuming?

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Will it use ZFS?

Will the new box use OpenSolaris and ZFS, or will users be stuck at the 16TB file system limit?

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following the trend...

I think the next would be Pharenheight, then possibly wrankine and raymears.

Although I've not kept a linear growth in spelling mistakes there

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Hmm celvin

end hebbes?

I have two of Bill wattersons books and they are def worth reading.

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Fujitsu = QNAP?

It's a QNAP TS-459 or TS-459+. Physical specs match exactly; Fujitsu's spec sheet even mentions the same firmware version as QNAP's latest.

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QNAP Question

The QNAP Question is of great interest, especially as im in the market for a new box as my 209 just died, I'm considering a 4 drive box this time.. so its worth a bit more reading...

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