TT Livescan Database Update - 12-18-2011

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Finally got around to sorting another collection that's approximately
200GB in size.  The result of this is that nearly 600000 new entries
will be added to the blacklist.  ETA of full update will be
approximately 3 days from now.  The total number of combined
definitions will stand at approximately 122 million.

Enjoy.

http://www.tot-ltd.org

Re: TT Livescan Database Update - 12-18-2011

Finally got around to sorting another collection that's approximately
200GB in size.  The result of this is that nearly 600000 new entries
will be added to the blacklist.  ETA of full update will be
approximately 3 days from now.  The total number of combined
definitions will stand at approximately 122 million.

Enjoy.

http://www.tot-ltd.org

Re: TT Livescan Database Update - 12-18-2011

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Ouch! That's a shitload of defs n hashs man.. If you don't mind my asking,
are you using dvd-r or bluray to keep an archive at this point? External HD
I'm sure your using, but... what else do you have in place to preserve the
data and all that work?


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Character is doing the right thing when nobody's looking. There are too many
people who think that the only thing that's right is to get by, and the only
thing that's wrong is to get caught. - J.C. Watts

Re: TT Livescan Database Update - 12-18-2011

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I keep the source code securely backed up on several forms of media.
However, the collection I don't bother burning to DVD's.  If I chose
that route, I would be buying a large pack of DVD spindles everytime I
chose to make a backup, and that's easily $30 a pop.  Instead, I save
the latest archive to several different hard drives in the advent of
failure.

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