24-October-2011

Day 7 and Counting

My Drobo disk-array is rebuilding after adding a new drive. Don’t know how long it will take. New images to follow. The down side to large storage solutions such as Drobo is the time required for backup and restore. Not sure how many days this will take!!!! At least I now get a message on the Drobo dashboard that that the data protection will be complete in ~140 hours.

You can also check out  Images of  San Francisco as I flew out from SFO taken 2 years ago today: 24-October-2009

23-October-2011

Day 6 and Counting

My Drobo disk-array is rebuilding after adding a new drive. Don’t know how long it will take. New images to follow. The down side to large storage solutions such as Drobo is the time required for backup and restore. Not sure how many days this will take!!!!

You can also check out a Panorama image of  the Moon over San Francisco and Oakland at Sunset from a Berkeley Hills Overlook taken 2 years ago today: 23-October-2009

20-October-2011

Day 3 and Counting

My Drobo disk-array is rebuilding after adding a new drive. Don’t know how long it will take. New images (including a meteor caught last night with two cameras) to follow. The down side to large storage solutions such as Drobo is the time required for backup and restore. Not sure if this will be hours or days!!!!

Check out my post from two years ago today outside of Ghirardelli’s “The Original Chocolate Shop” at night in San Francisco: 20-October-2009

16-September-2011

UCSF South Bay Campus

Lots of construction going on around the UCSF campus. What recession?

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Construction Site UCSF South Bay Campus. Image taken with a Leica X1 camera (ISO 100, 24 mm, f/5.6, 1/800 sec). (David J Mathre)
Construction Site UCSF South Bay Campus. Image taken with a Leica X1 camera (ISO 100, 24 mm, f/5.6, 1/800 sec). (David J Mathre)

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UCSF Medical Center Construction Site. Image taken with a Leica X1 (ISO 100, 24 mm, f/2.8, 1/2000 sec). (David J Mathre)
UCSF Medical Center Construction Site. Image taken with a Leica X1 (ISO 100, 24 mm, f/2.8, 1/2000 sec). (David J Mathre)