-1
votes
1answer
44 views

Create a 'GitHub' style index page for files/folder on a fileserver [closed]

My workplace doesn't have a easy to use document management system, and I have no chance in building or installing one. Right now, people just throw files on a shared fileserver, where search doesn't ...
-1
votes
1answer
23 views

Access files/ folders remotely by authentication via browser/ web [closed]

We have some requirements where we want to allow our clients/ users to download files/ folders from our file server via browser/ web. We have a many different directories created on our file server ...
8
votes
2answers
1k views

Vagrant shared folder and file change events

I have ubuntu virtual machine that I'm accessing through Vagrant. On my host (Mac OSX), there is a folder with couple of files, that I share to virtual machine. In that virtual machine, I want to use ...
0
votes
2answers
147 views

VxFS on both Solaris and RHEL?

I'd like to know if VxFS could be used in order to share a volume ( on a SAN mounted using FC) between a RHEL (5 or 6) and Solaris (11) host ? What I'm trying to achive is to shared a volume (from a ...
0
votes
2answers
97 views

Does this exist? Create virtual file shares with arbitrary folders

I'd like to be able to advertise shares to the network that are in some sense virtual, in that they don't correspond directly to physical folders on a filesystem. The application would be to offer a ...
-4
votes
2answers
941 views

Does the number of files slow down the server?

Having numerous files will obviously slow down the OS; but how much this problem is serious? Consider that the files have been well distributed over multi-level folders. Does still the number of files ...
0
votes
2answers
634 views

NTFS allow Read/Write/Modify, but not Copy

Is it possible to allow users to modify and read files/folders but not copy them to other locations? Problem is I have a folder that users need to read and modify files in, but I don't want them ...
0
votes
2answers
884 views

Is there away to get around shared folder resource limits?

We have a situation where we need to share out a shared folder on a PC running WinXP to more than 10 users. Apparently there is a limit to the number of connections for a shared folder(?). To add a ...
1
vote
1answer
142 views

Share a File on Server without giving rights to users such that the file cant be copied?

I am using Windows 2003 server as OS, is there any option to give users only Read and Write access. I don't want users to copy the file or move the file or attach the file in any mail. As the file is ...
1
vote
3answers
124 views

Filesystem to share projects across platforms

We do very cross-platform development, so it's not strange to see boxes with Linux and 2 or 3 versions of Windows. So far I have a SVN working copy of our projects in each platform, which becomes ...
1
vote
5answers
713 views

Which filesystem do you use and recommend for file servers? [closed]

I am planning to install a networked filesystem in my corporation to provide a global file storage to employees, but there are many choices today (NFS, AFS, Coda, Samba, ...) and I'm looking for ...
2
votes
2answers
1k views

Best Way to Manage Share Permissions with CentOS inside Windows Domain

I have successfully installed CentOS and joined it to a Windows 2003 Active Directory Domain with Winbind and Samba. We are moving one of our file servers over to CentOS. One of the things I am having ...
4
votes
11answers
1k views

Things to consider when building a file server? [closed]

I'm planning on building a file server for my home network, and I want to know what I should look out for in building the machine. I was thinking of just building a crappy linux box with a slew of ...
2
votes
8answers
831 views

Allowing access to company files accross the internet

The premise I've been tasked with finding a solution to the following scenario: our main file server is a Linux machine. on the LAN, users simply access the files using SMB. each user has an ...
1
vote
4answers
2k views

Best way to share directory between Windows and Linux on VMPlayer

What is the best way to share directories between Windows Vista host and Linux guest on VMPlayer? The scenario is following: on the Windows host I've got development tools (IDE, etc.); on ...
2
votes
1answer
1k views

Linux support for unicode filenames

I have a couple Linux fileserver running Samba, what do I need to do to support filenames with unicode characters? Do particular filesystem have better support for Unicode? Would I get better ...