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comment SSH into NAT'd servers on the same public IP address
@larsks Confused at "it means you don't need to specify port numbers on the command line." Are you referring to the DNS/Host-File solution? Wouldn't this still require me to specify the port?
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comment SSH into NAT'd servers on the same public IP address
Great answer, thank you. If I use the dns/host-file technique, does the same risk of man-in-middle attacks exists? I would assume not, but just confirming.
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comment Adding File Server to Trusted Sites through REG ADD Command
I should have mentioned that I already tested it manually.
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comment What is a good configuration for a zpool built from 8-10 SSD for a home file server exported via NFS?
Ok cool. I wouldn't say we're a Solaris shop per-say. Am definitely open to alternatives but was disappointed that Omni was double the price.
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comment What is a good configuration for a zpool built from 8-10 SSD for a home file server exported via NFS?
May I ask why anti-solaris? My support contract with them is expiring soon so I'm open to other options. I created the ZPOOLs with the older exportable version of ZFS. Is enterprise support available for ZoL? Omni and Nexenta support seem poorly priced when compared to Solaris. I've had pretty decent experiences with Oracle support with my ~250 TB across 4 front-end servers.
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answered Rsyncing to a compressed zpool
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comment Rsyncing to a compressed zpool
Possible, but they are connected to the same internal NTP server. After doing some searching it might be that -vr switch doesn't preserve the attributes but -va will. Will report back after running -va twice.
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comment Rsyncing to a compressed zpool
To see the results of the --stats flag would take over two days because the source is ~12TB. Less than 3% of the files change per week by my estimate.
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