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How to configure your G-Technology G RAID hard drive! What is RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 6 g technology raid



Dans cette vidéo, nous expliquons comment configurer votre disque externe G-Technology G RAID pour optimiser votre flux de travail. Pour voir les produits de cette vidéo, suivez les liens ci-dessous ! 👇👇 🔥G-RAID 🔥- 🔥G-Speed ​​​​Shuttle XL🔥 – Qu’est-ce qu’un lecteur RAID ? RAID, signifie Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks or Drives. Il s’agit d’un type de format de cryptage qui peut être configuré pour optimiser les flux de travail. Le disque dur externe G RAID peut être configuré en RAID 0, RAID 1 ou JBOD. Il est prêt à l’emploi en tant que RAID 0, mais l’utilisateur peut configurer son G RAID au format souhaité. Si vous envisagez d’utiliser le lecteur G RAID pour le montage vidéo, vous pouvez envisager de régler votre disque dur sur RAID 0, cette configuration fournit des vitesses de disque dur ultimes. Si vous envisagez d’utiliser le disque dur G RAID comme solution de sauvegarde, vous pouvez envisager de configurer votre disque pour RAID 1 ou la redondance des données en miroir. Il s’agit de la meilleure configuration de disque dur externe pour les photos, car si un lecteur de la matrice RAID tombe en panne, les données resteront intactes dans le lecteur non corrompu. Le disque dur G RAID est également configuré pour Thunderbolt 3, permettant de connecter en guirlande jusqu’à 6 appareils. Il est également rétrocompatible avec Thunderbolt 2 à l’aide de l’adaptateur Thunderbolt 2 vers Thunderbolt 3. Le disque dur G raid est également compatible avec MAC et Windows. Le G RAID Drive Thunderbolt 3 HDMI permet un affichage vidéo supplémentaire. Le disque G Raid Thunderbolt 3 est disponible dans une matrice RAID de 8 To, 12 To, 20 To et 28 To. Si vous avez besoin d’un disque de plus grande capacité pour configurer les matrices RAID de RAID 5 et RAID 6. La G-Technology G-Speed ​​​​Shuttle XL Thunderbolt 3 est une puissante solution de stockage de sauvegarde qui peut être configurée sur RAID, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10 et RAID 50. Vous pouvez également obtenir ce disque dans des capacités de stockage plus importantes de 32 To, 48 To, 64 To, 80 To, 96 To et 112 To. G-Technologie G | Transcription de la vidéo RAID : Intro (Qu’est-ce qu’un lecteur RAID) : Dans cette vidéo, je vais vous montrer comment configurer votre G-Raid pour optimiser votre flux de travail ! D’accord… Tout d’abord, qu’est-ce que le RAID ? RAID signifie Redundant Array of Independent Disks et constitue les éléments constitutifs de la redondance dans les disques de stockage de données. RAID 0 est spécifiquement utilisé pour optimiser la vitesse et la capacité pour des performances optimales, ou RAID 1 pour mettre en miroir les données sur un autre disque pour des sauvegardes plus sûres. Allons donc un peu plus en profondeur dans les différents paramètres RAID. Scène 2 (Types de disques durs Raid) : RAID 0 ou rayé, cette configuration distribue différentes parties d’une donnée individuelle sur plusieurs disques pour une vitesse maximale. Il est spécifiquement utilisé comme lecteur pour le montage vidéo ou le montage de contenu car les données sont distribuées sans redondance. Si un disque tombe en panne, toutes les données seront perdues. Ce lecteur particulier est configuré en tant que RAID 0 par défaut. RAID 1 ou Mirrored, est utilisé pour une protection de sauvegarde maximale mais vous perdez la moitié de la capacité de vos disques. Toutes les données du lecteur sont distribuées et copiées deux fois. Donc, si vous avez un disque comme celui-ci avec la technologie G de 8 To, vous aurez vraiment 4 To de capacité de stockage car toutes vos données sont mises en miroir. RAID 5 ou redondance de lecteur unique, ce lecteur G-tech particulier nécessite un minimum de 3 disques. Cela ne fonctionnerait donc pas sur le plus petit 2 lecteurs G | Les raids. Cela irait bien avec un lecteur comme le G-Technology G-SPEED Shuttle, où il y a au moins 4 disques durs. Si l’un échoue, alors 3 des 4 disques conviendront. Redondance de disques RAID 6 ou 2, il s’agit d’une amélioration par rapport à Raid 5. Cette configuration particulière nécessite 4 disques. Si 2 de ces disques tombent en panne, les 2 restants sont en sécurité. Scène 3 (Comment formater un disque dur g-raid) : Avant de commencer, gardez à l’esprit que la modification des configurations RAID ou le reformatage du disque peuvent purger toutes vos données. La G-Technologie G | RAID peut être formaté à la fois pour Windows et MacOS, et est pré-formaté pour MacOS dès la sortie de la boîte. Tout ce que vous avez à faire est de sélectionner HFS + si vous utilisez Mac OS comme moi, ou NTFS si vous utilisez Windows. Commentez ci-dessous si vous souhaitez que je fasse un tutoriel sur le formatage Windows uniquement. Si vous devez travailler sur plusieurs plates-formes, ExFat fonctionnera à la fois pour Mac OS et Windows. J’utilise actuellement la G-Technology G | Disque RAID 8 To. Celui-ci est livré avec deux disques individuels de 4 To. Comme la plupart des disques Thunderbolt G-Technology, vous pouvez connecter en série jusqu’à 6 disques via sa connexion Thunderbolt. Je vais mettre le lien ci-dessous afin que vous puissiez obtenir ce lecteur par vous-même. Ce disque est livré avec Thunderbolt 3, qui permet de connecter en guirlande jusqu’à 5 appareils supplémentaires. Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne YouTube DVeStore sur Facebook Twitter de DVeStore DVeStore sur Vimeo gtech review g-technology 1to g-drive mobile ssd raid 3 raid0.

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  1. Just bought a G-Tech RAID enclosure, Firewire/USB, but new. Just discovered that G-Tech apparently refuses to support it AT ALL. As in they've removed ALL the downloads to do this. They don't even have a legacy download section.
    This is bad. Really bad. Shame on you, G-Tech/Western Digital. You just lost a customer for good.

  2. Hi, great clear vid, thanks! I have a new 36TB G-RAID. Before even formatting, it was clicking gently, like a frozen HD. Is that normal? I went through the configuration (RAID 1), and no problems. But, it's still clicking—this doesn't seem right. I dropped a small file on it, and now it won't even recognize the drive. I get this pop up: COULD NOT MOUNT (G-RAID DRIVE)COM.APPLE. Disk management.dis enter error 0. Is this as simple as a bad drive, or somesuch, from the factory? (I'm running an iMac Pro 11.6 OS) Thanks in advance, I just subscribed and liked.

  3. Have to be honest that procedure is just crazy insane to verify your raid is working. You could loose data in the process? The company G Technology has not provided its users a way to verify disk condition and or visualize usage.

  4. Have to drop a quick note here, since I ran into problems (similar to Paulie) when trying to "check" the drives by ejecting them from the G-RAID Shuttle 4. Drive bays went red and the device would not detect the drives upon reinsertion, labeling them as "Dead." I had to call in to support, and they had me go into Terminal and write commands to get the drives reconnected. So, um, if anyone's considering the quick "pop and check" method described here, at least with the Shuttle 4, I don't recommend it.

  5. I use Windows. Do you have an "Idiots" guide for me?
    I am 74 and this technology doesn't come easy. So if you could help, I would greatly appreciate that!
    Thanks!
    RD

  6. Hi your content are awesome. I know that G-raid thunderbolt 3 can me connected to other G-raid thunderbolt 3 if in the years you may need extra space. what I am asking and I didn't find on the web is: If you buy 1 drive G-raid thunderbolt 3 now and you put it raid 1 to be safe, can you in the future buy another G-raid thunderbolt 3, daisy chain then and then manage the space as a raid 5 or raid 6 so you have more space and you still are safe? Please may you give me and advice on this topic? If the daisy chain may manage raid 5 or 6 from 4 HDD (2HDD from one device and 2HDD from another device) that should be really awesome for projects in the future, not only in the present.

  7. When I click on the downloads button and select the Mac Driver, it flags up a security risk. The link isn't to be trusted according to both Firefox and Safari 🙁

  8. I have tried setting up my g raid to no avail. I've tried to download the mac software on three differwent browers and i keep getting a security warning that wont let go any further. Any idea on how to resolve this?

  9. I have a g-safe gen 3 2tb double drivers. When I turn it on it displays double source, It will not work until I remove the second drive, can you help, why does it do this?

  10. A bit confused — I followed this on Windows 10 and the conversion to RAID 1 was successful and the G-tech software says the drive is connected, but it doesn't appear under Windows/Windows Explorer itself anymore (even with Paragon software installed). It worked before….

  11. A) You didn't include the link you stated to g-tech website. B) When I went to the g-tech website using Safari or Chrome on my Mac Pro (Mojave 10.14.6), and click Software for Mac, my browsers gives the warning: "Connection Is Not Private – The website may be impersonating “download.g-technology.com” to steal your personal or financial information and that certificate is not valid.” Where can I safely download the software to setup my drive as RAID-1? Thanks!

  12. Aloha, Thank You Kindly for the step by step very very helpful. GREAT JOB!. Just configured my 12TB G-Raid thanks to you, had to utilize one of the two thunder ports on my iMac 2020, I need to free up both Type-C ports in order to plug in two 5k monitors, would I have to purchase a Type-A to Type-C Adapter to plug in to the Type-A Ports in order to utilize the Thunder Cord supplied in box? Ordered two adapters from Satechi, will that be ok to use? Or can I use the Type-A to Type-C cable supplied in the Box? If indeed I do use the Satechi Type-A to Type-C adapter will the speed still be fast enough? Hope to hear from you soon. Aloha Nui Loa
    felix

  13. To secure your data isn't the "individual disks" safer than the "mirror?" Or not? If you make a backup of Disk 1 n Disk 2, and you barely use Disk 2? Also, in Raid 1, how can you know when one of the 2 discs has failed if the other substitutes it?

  14. Hey good video and tips but I have a problem…I have the 12TB thunderbolt3 RAID but when I installed the G RAID configurator it doesn't detect the hard drive it just says 'searching'. Is there something I can do to fix this? Thanks

  15. I went to the site to get the Configurator and got "This server could not prove that it is download.g-technology.com; its security certificate is from *.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection. Proceed to download.g-technology.com (unsafe)". I downloaded the utility anyway and the first thing it does on running is ask for the system admin. password. Does it really need this, just to format and reconfigure a new G-RAID Thunderbolt-3 24TB drive? This doesn't seem like a very smart thing for me to do. Can I use Apple's Disk Utility instead?

  16. Very cool video. I'm in Switzerland. I'm replacing my 11 years old MacPro for a 8 core 2020 MacPro. I just bought a 12 TB G RAID. That means 2×6 TB in safe mode. Many thanks for your your information. I found the G RAID software on the net. Please continue to publish videos. They are very interesting ! 🙂

  17. I purchased this drive which ships with a TB2 cable (20 Gbps). I've also purchased a TB3 (40 Gbps) cable. When plugged directly into my MacBookPro 16-inch with either cable, both measure around 470 MB/s read/write speed. Should I expect anything faster? I’m confused because this drive is capable of USB 3.1 Gen 2 speeds of 10 Gbps (theoretical). What should I realistically expect? How can I get faster speeds?

  18. @DVE Store a super helpful tutorial. Thanks. You need to warn viewers that the raided drives are not plug and play. So, if they do your test they will get a red light on one of the drives. Tech support says that the configuration software will have to rebuild that drive, and… it could take a very long time depending on the amount of data used for the test. I am doing that now and it has taken over an hour to rebuild just 5% of the data. I am hoping that when complete my drive will be working like it is supposed to.

  19. Hi Joel, I have an 8TB G-Raid USB (brand new) and I followed your instructions. It seemed to be processing fine (took a minute to initialize/erase/format the drive). Then I opted to "check" the two drives per your instructions. Here's where I could use your help! I ejected the drive then physically ejected just the top drive; my red warning light went on right away (unlike yours) but I was able to remount the bottom drive and view the saved files.
    Then I ejected/unmounted the drive, took out the bottom drive and put the top drive back in (like you did) and the drive would not mount and was unreadable. (Disk Utility seemed to want me to reformat the drive ????) I then ejected the top drive (via the icon), and powered down the unit. I put both drives in. NOW with both drives in I get a rapidly blinking white light. The drive(S) mounts and I am able to access the files I copied on to it, BUT the white light is still rapidly flashing and the drive is spinning, (constantly) – I can hear it. I waited 5 minutes and ejected the drive again (the icon goes away) but the light is still flashing and I can hear the disk spinning. After another five minutes I decided to just shut down the unit. This was purchased a few years back but never opened and used for the first time today. Could this possibly be a defective drive? Any ideas? thoughts? your help would be appreciated! THX

  20. I have a G-Raid tower with six drives that is 3 or 4 years old. It runs 24/7. I would like to be proactive against drive failure and start replacing drives one drive at a time. I'm hoping it's practical to power down the RAID, pull one drive and replace it with a new one. Then hopefully, the drive will just rebuild on its own when powered back up. Once rebuilt, move on to another drive replacement. Or, am I dreaming? I'm Raid 5. Would that work? If so, what is the requirement for replacement drives? I hoping I can buy larger capacity drives so that its total storage will be greater than what it was when I started the replacements.

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