How much data do you keep?

Posted by: TBR

Been consolidating, and reducing duplication. I am pleasantly surprised by how far I have gotten it down.

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Less than 250g

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2T+

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251g to 500g

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501g to 1t

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1 to 1.5t

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1.5 to 2t

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TBR says2015-05-20T20:18:40.2894367-05:00
I have spent the last week consolidating using oneDrive syncing to 5 computers (work wks, my LT, my home wks, my wife's LT and wks) and (not including movies) we are just over a terabyte. After years of terrible syncing solutions, mirroring schemes etc. this is the best I think I have had EVER! And, it shows that (despite that being a large amount of data) it is NOWHERE NEAR what we thought we had.
TBR says2015-05-20T20:20:49.7170409-05:00
I thought we were 2-4 terabytes. Reduce all the dups, worthless backup files, and its not too bad.
TBR says2015-05-20T20:39:19.8435341-05:00
My work data. ALL OF IT. Comes in UNDER 250g. Now, I may start to taking databases in full back onto the workstations, but this is making me very happy.
TBR says2015-05-21T21:03:03.7214265-05:00
As a note. It looks like MS will throttle syncing after ~10g
Kreakin says2015-06-09T20:29:14.3478463-05:00
Never weighed it so couldn't say : p g is for gram's, GB is Gigabyte and TB is Terabyte.
TBR says2015-06-09T20:31:14.9693369-05:00
No reason to be testy Kreakin... Sorry I spoiled your Monty Hall poll.

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