FA: NEW JMR Fortra 10 Bay SCSI SCA Array with xtra PS/fan NEW IN BOX

Discussion in 'Storage' started by Outlook, Jan 17, 2005.

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    Outlook Guest

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    Outlook Guest

    Rita go **** yourself!
     
    Outlook, Jan 23, 2005
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    This is a new system not a used piece of crap priced at less than half of
    the list price. Go tell JMR the products are worthless. Your initial
    statement was foolish as you well know. If it is so bad why would you even
    think of buying it. Your just another idiot with an agenda.
     
    Outlook, Jan 23, 2005
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    Outlook Guest

    It's one thing to state you can buy it for less it another to supply proof.
     
    Outlook, Jan 23, 2005
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  5. Get off your high horse. You're selling an obsolete SCSI to SCSI hardware
    RAID unit *with no drives* and expect to get $1000 for it? And you're
    spamming six newsgroups to announce your eBay auction?

    You'd have to be a total idiot to buy the thing. Rita was entirely right
    to mock you, and you're just making yourself look like even more of a fool
    when you argue with her (particularly when you use foul language).
     
    Thor Lancelot Simon, Jan 23, 2005
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    Outlook Guest

    Yet there is no proof! Only accusation.

     
    Outlook, Jan 24, 2005
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    Malcolm Weir Guest

    Here's proof: your ebay listing got zero bids and didn't sell.

    Whoops.

    Thor, it's not even a RAID. Just a disk enclosure. Without disks.

    Malc.
     
    Malcolm Weir, Jan 24, 2005
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  8. 8 bay - FIREWIRE - disk enclosure can be had for under $400
    of course this uses IDE drives, (SATA for about $100-$150 more) which
    means that:
    - you can put upto 400gig drives in it (8 x 400 = 3.2TB)
    - the drives cost less (I have not looked but I would expect <$300/ea
    - full warrentee
     
    Fetch-Rover-Fetch, Jan 26, 2005
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