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Do you really want to use Solaris? Ubuntu can run ZFS. Other Linux variants can support ZFS. There are other Solaris-derived operating systems that can do it (OmniOS, OpenIndiana, etc.). Oh, and FreeBSD... Not to mention the appliance solutions: Zetavault, QuantaStor, napp-it, Nexenta, Cloudbyte... Anyway, I would use ZFS mirrors. Multiple vdevs and gives ...
In /etc/default/useradd you have something like this: GROUP=100 HOME=/home INACTIVE=-1 EXPIRE= SHELL=/bin/bash SKEL=/etc/skel GROUPS=video,dialout CREATE_MAIL_SPOOL=no Unless if you don't wont to change the system default you can use -k when you are using the useradd command
Here's hat I've found will cause the folder to be recreated: Remove the Home folder setting from the user object and apply. Wait for AD replication (which should be near instantaneous between DC's in the same site). Reconfigure the Home folder setting on the user object. Wait for AD replication (which should be near instantaneous between DC's in the same ...
Okay, I found the problem. I've mistakenly wrote the class in the hiera file instead of the modules directory of puppet. Once I moved the file to the modules/vim/manifests/ folder and edited the hiera file like so: classes: - vim It started working. Thanks for your help.
As Sven points out in his comment, this is actually a syntax error in your code - you have an extra } at the end of your first file resource. To expand on this, this isn't actually considered 'invalid' syntax as such - hence why Puppet still runs and doesn't complain. You're effectively ending the class with the second }, and anything after that is ignored ...
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