N/APosted on - 11/15/2011
I am currently using Amahi server to host my files and other important tasks that will run on my Minecraft Server. However, I am tired and confused with it, and I need a better file protection. I don’t want to use any software that is based on Fedora. Currently, I have four hard drives, and another hard drive has a total of 2TB is on the way soon. The Linux operating system that will be installed is either Ubuntu or Mint. Now I am looking at these given solutions:
FlexRaid (for researching)
Unraid (paying =)
FreeNas (FreeBSD =)
Mdadm (no info)
It will be best if there are more parity drives which are RAID and good protection against drive failures. I’m really conscious with information loss, and any help is greatly appreciated and to be accepted.
File protection under Minecraft Server
You can use more protection for your files in your Minecraft Server. You can do this by using some third party software. There are many third party software based on Fedora. You can download them and install them. There are two different categories of software 32 bits and 64 bits. Just download one which is suitable for you. Here is the download link for 32 bits # wget http://www.multicraft.org//files/multicraft-1.8.2.tar.gz and here is the download link for 64 bits # wget http://www.multicraft.org/files/multicraft-1.8.2-64.tar.gz for Minecraft.
After download you need to extract them with this Multicraft archive: # tar xvzf multicraft.tar.gz and select extracted directory: # cd multicraft then run setup.sh script: # ./setup.sh