Is there a best practice guide when it comes to utilizing shared storage among a cluster of servers?
I've currently got 3x Windows servers running 184.108.40.206658 - setup with failover enabled between them.
All three servers currently have a folder each on a single SMB share. This volume is constantly having the error within NX "smb://..... is full. Disk contains too much data that is not managed by VMS."
There are currently no min/max retention on any cameras, with NX handling storage as a best effort approach.
Data structure as follows: (There are no other files in this volume)
NAS SMB Share:/Footage/NX-1
NAS SMB Share:/Footage/NX-2
NAS SMB Share:/Footage/NX-3
Short of just adding more storage, is there a better/more correct way to implement this?
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