Unix Review tells us about some
"Why a network repository? With the steep drop in the price of IDE drives and the commensurate increase in drive densities, the newer commodity disk drives offer an unparalleled bargain in the dollar-per-megabyte for storage. So much so, that an old, redundant computer might be redeployed running BSD or Linux to serve as a backup server."
(Submitted by Noel Mon Apr 8, 2002 )
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