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Jan. 8, 2022, 11:58 p.m. | /u/YM_Industries

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Hi all,

I'm planning on converting a small drive array to ZFS. I need a solution to temporarily store 15TB of data locally. I'm looking at using 2x Snowcones for this purpose, but I have some questions which I can't find answers to.

  1. If I order a Snowcone with the "Import into Amazon S3", can I read data from it locally as well? I don't actually need to import anything to S3.

  2. If the answer to #1 is no and I need to use a "Local compute and storage only" …


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