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comment Gluster FS. Rebuild replicated volume
Yes, if the only server holding your data goes down, you'll lose access to it. If you need more redundancy, add more servers.
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comment lighttpd redirect https to http
wow, bringing this comment back from the dead after quite a break! Anyway, there's DNS spoofing, or alternatively SNI which can be used to do this. Also, if someone happens to type "facebook.com" into a browser, even if they're redirected from the plain HTTP URL to the HTTPS one, it's possible to capture the first request and /not/ issue the HTTP->HTTPS redirect, and instead perform an MITM attack.
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comment Can Windows read an unpartitioned NTFS volume? (Single large partition)
This would be the correct solution, given a small enough amount of data.
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comment Can Windows read an unpartitioned NTFS volume? (Single large partition)
Marked my own solution as accepted, as there's a solution which doesn't involve copying somewhere else and back, however bad it is in the long-term.
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comment Can Windows read an unpartitioned NTFS volume? (Single large partition)
@AlexBerry I don't think those sizes are true at all, I think Windows is trying to read the NTFS data itself as an MSDOS partition table, and coming up with just rubbish which it's interpreting as a 2TB disk and a few partitions. The actual volume is a 43GB HP CCISS volume