Archiving data on an M-Disc may be a viable option to save important files virtually forever.
Blu-ray ROMs are available as M-Discs, up to 100 GB.
Is there anything preventing the idea to create a database of 100 GB, organize the data and then burn the DT3-database to a disc to archive it forever?
OR: Should I create and burn the archive first, and then index the BD-ROM after, in order to catalogue the files on my drive? But then the index/database must be write-protected, because the indexed BD-ROM can’t be modified anymore?
Which approach makes more sense?
Or should I avoid DT databases on ROMs altogether and use a cataloging app like NeoFinder instead?