Today, DataCore has released a beta of their DriveHarmony software for Windows Home Server 2011.
This beta release will expire after 30 days, and is NOT meant for production use. DO NOT use production data with this release.
I’m downloading right now and will have more later. If you want to download the beta, click the link below.
Division-M, the company behind Drive Bender, has made available the beta release of their flagship product. With Drive Bender, you will be able to achieve some Drive Extender like functionality with storage pooling and data duplication.
This beta release is no where near final and does come with some risk. I do NOT recommend using Drive Bender on a server with production data.
– Windows Home Server 2011
– .NET Framework 4.0 (if not installed, the Drive Bender installer will take care of this for you)
– As stated previously, DO NOT use with production data. You are solely responsible for taking necessary precautions with your data.
– This release does not contain the add-in for the Windows Home Server 2011 Console. It will be coming in a future release.
– Performance during read/write operations is not optimal (read: saving and accessing data is slow)
– Be aware of a locking issue when renaming folders.
– When deleting folders or files, if a lock is held on the target folder or files, the folder or files may remain on one or more volumes in the storage pool.
– A file size check has not been implemented yet. What this means is that Drive Bender does not check to make sure that there is enough space in the pool when files are being stored to properly ensure data integrity. This will be fixed in a future release.
To download Drive Bender, click here.