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Hi Just a quick question. I'm planning to add a few more drives to my Open Media Vault (http://www.openmediavault.org/) NAS, which will most probably mean that I'll move some of my libraries around. Will I lose the watch status if I change the folders for each library? Or is the watched status stored with the media and it won't matter. Kentish
Hi there, Here are the current specs of my server and desktop PCs: Server * NSK2480 Case * 2 x 4GB RAM (4GB being used as RAMDisk) * 60GB Sandisk Ultra SSD * MSI H61MA-E35 Mobo * i3-2105 * 2 x 2TB Samsung Spinpoint F4 * Antec 400w High Current Gamer PSU * 2 x TV Tuners - HVR-2200 and NOVA-HD-S2 Destkop * Xigmatek Midgard Tower * 2 x 4GB RAM and 2 x 2GB RAM * 60GB Crucial M4 SSD * Asus M4A785TD-M EVO * AMD Athlon IIx2 240e * 2 x 1TB Samsung Spinpoint F3 * Antec 380w Earthwatts PSU (taken from the NSK2480 above) Over the weekend my desktop PC died - the motherboard seems to have had it and I am going to chuck it and the CPU away. My dilemma is whether to buy a new motherboard and CPU for the desktop or whether to put the Server motherboard/CPU/RAM in the desktop tower and buy a replacement motherboard/CPU for the Server. What would you guys do? My instinct is to build a new server as: 1. 12GB of RAM would be better utilised in my server 2. Perhaps there are more efficient CPUs that are better suited to a server Any tips would be much appreciated.