#1
Just filled a 300gb drive with music, movie programs etc, picture.


Have an 80 gig one that runs windows, and all my installed things haahah. Im 21 feel like a bit of a nerd.


Getting a 1TB drive soon from Officeworks lol So I can keep up my downloading addiction. hahah. 90 gig of just music
#3
i would keep everything instead of deleting after a while, at least a TB worth of stuff
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#4
Quote by smb
I have around 200GB of music...and CDs everywhere I haven't ripped to mp3 yet.



Nice all music like retail? or bootlegs etc too?
#5
i have a full 300 gb full with music and guitar pro tabs well i have 52 thousand two hundred and twenty five so im really sorted if they decide to ban internet haha
#6
60gb of skateboarding movies from a few years back, 5 gb of music and recordings, and about 20gb programs and stuff.
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#7
Quote by TheWildRide
Nice all music like retail? or bootlegs etc too?

I've got a lot of Kyuss/QotSA bootlegs but other than that all albums.
#9
df -h
Filesystem                Size   Used  Avail Capacity  Mounted on
/dev/disk0s4               74G    20G    54G    27%    /
devfs                     106K   106K     0B   100%    /dev
fdesc                     1.0K   1.0K     0B   100%    /dev
<volfs>                   512K   512K     0B   100%    /.vol
/dev/disk1s14             406G    30G   376G     7%    /Volumes/MyBook
automount -nsl [153]        0B     0B     0B   100%    /Network
automount -fstab [167]      0B     0B     0B   100%    /automount/Servers
automount -static [167]     0B     0B     0B   100%    /automount/static
/dev/disk1s10              20G   357M    20G     2%    /Volumes/Mac OS 9
/dev/disk1s12              40G    35M    40G     0%    /Volumes/Linux


-SD
#10
Quote by SilentDeftone
df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/disk0s4 74G 20G 54G 27% /
devfs 106K 106K 0B 100% /dev
fdesc 1.0K 1.0K 0B 100% /dev
<volfs> 512K 512K 0B 100% /.vol
/dev/disk1s14 406G 30G 376G 7% /Volumes/MyBook
automount -nsl [153] 0B 0B 0B 100% /Network
automount -fstab [167] 0B 0B 0B 100% /automount/Servers
automount -static [167] 0B 0B 0B 100% /automount/static
/dev/disk1s10 20G 357M 20G 2% /Volumes/Mac OS 9
/dev/disk1s12 40G 35M 40G 0% /Volumes/Linux


-SD



nice getting technical.

Too the guy with 52 thousand like how many TB is that lol
#12
Quote by TheWildRide
nice getting technical.

Too the guy with 52 thousand like how many TB is that lol

Command line FTW.

In a bash shell, just use "df -h" and it spits out disk usage.

-SD
#13
Quote by denizenz
3 servers. One RAID 5 with a hot spare and two RAID 10 = 1.6TB total if you break the arrays.

35 Workstations each with 80GB = 2.8TB

4.4TB Total.


My network brings the boys to the yard,
damn right, it's bigger than yours, damn right, it's bigger than yours.

Unless that's what you have at home... If so, big house mate!
#14
I got about 90GB of my 400GB left.

I have a friend who's home network has several TB worth of media, but their server machine crashed so he's only got the TB and a bit on his own machine right now.
#15
Quote by saphrax
My network brings the boys to the yard,
damn right, it's bigger than yours, damn right, it's bigger than yours.

Unless that's what you have at home... If so, big house mate!



Ya, it's really a small network for a business.