As I've mentioned before, I'm using HP Microserver Gen8 as a small home NAS. There is a lot of stuff stored there, but the primary reason why I actually started using NAS (back then slow, but hackable D-link DNS-323) was to store my photo collection. With ZFS, mirrored drives and extra backup to off-site location, the data on it should be reasonably safe, right? However that's not all that useful if most of the recent photos reside on the SD card inside the camera on in the case somewhere, just because I didn't have time to copy them to the NAS yet. So what can we do about it if we have 15 minutes to spare? Let's automate it a bit!
So Internet has failed you and you ended up here? Well that's a bit awkward situation we have here, isn't it? I'd offer you some bisquits, but I ate them all recently.. So perhaps have a look around. Feel free to be nosy, if you'd like to. Read something if you feel like.. I'll be around, so ping me if you need anything.