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comment Xen 4.1 host (dom0) with blktap disks (“tap:aio:”) not connecting
@KevinParker I've added some diagnose code to the answer, try those. I would guess that you don't have headers installed for your kernel (nothing here brings them as a dependency) or you have to modprobe blktap
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comment Xen 4.1 host (dom0) with blktap disks (“tap:aio:”) not connecting
Do you have kernel headers and dkms packages installed? blktap-dkms dkms linux-headers-generic, linux-headers-3.2.0-31-generic linux-headers-3.2.0-31-generic and also compile environment for the dkms to work. (kernel version are the latest I've compiled the module with)
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comment How do I update the memberOf attributes of existing objects after adding the OpenLDAP Reverse Group Membership Maintenance overlay?
True, but adding an index to a field that already has data will some times give funny results to all but new entries on searches. Reason being that the index has to manually created/recreated for existing data, but for new data the indexing works automatically.
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answered Xen 4.1 host (dom0) with blktap disks (“tap:aio:”) not connecting
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comment Clone a windows server volume over a network — NOT make an image
Use windows rsync and I'd suggest that split your copy to smaller branches of the whole. The more you have files the more rsync will eat memory (with some options) something like this should work: rsync -vPax --numeric-ids --delete --inplace SRCDIR user@targetHost:/dir/
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answered Clone a windows server volume over a network — NOT make an image