I need a NAS which is able to handle disk replacements (internal, not over a USB port) just like a USB HDD docking station.
I’ll create a share for each HDD (each HDD gets his own JBOD) and I want to access them over LAN.
The idea is to use this NAS as a second backup device. The HDDs should be rotated/swapped every week, so the worst case scenario would be a data lost of a week (or less if I change the disks more frequently). Files will be synced with rsync and time machine - so it’s a fast incremental backup.
But I really don’t want to create the shares (or what ever) again after a swap… It must work like an HDD docking station, while the host is able to mount each device.
It’s okay if I have to create a own share for each HDD. But the device should recognize the inserted HDD and should make the share available.
Would this work with the DLx100 or what ever NAS from WD?