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Jul
18
asked Silence alarm via IPMI
May
14
revised Netatalk shared folder shows as readonly on OSX
Added experience about joining machine to AD
May
14
comment Netatalk shared folder shows as readonly on OSX
@dean - The account is in AD. The user does have sufficient permissions. I've verified permissions by su'ing to the user on the Linux system itself as well as connecting as that user from a Windows machine via SMB/Samba.
May
13
asked Netatalk shared folder shows as readonly on OSX
Jul
29
revised Connecting Windows 7 client to NT4 server share in AD domain
Named pipes are required too.
Jul
29
comment Connecting Windows 7 client to NT4 server share in AD domain
@ChrisS WINS is enabled and working. I tried enabling NetBIOS on the client, but I'm still getting the same error.
Jul
29
comment Connecting Windows 7 client to NT4 server share in AD domain
Named pipes are used by the application, so NFS isn't even an option.
Jul
29
awarded  Student
Jul
29
awarded  Editor
Jul
29
revised Connecting Windows 7 client to NT4 server share in AD domain
Clarify where the extended security message is coming from.
Jul
29
asked Connecting Windows 7 client to NT4 server share in AD domain
Jan
24
awarded  Yearling
Jan
3
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
27
asked Postfix add sender based on from header
Mar
3
comment btrfs vs. ZFS on a Ubuntu file server
Some crazy kids have ported ZFS to the Linux kernel: zfsonlinux.org
Dec
14
answered high iostat load on linux
Dec
2
comment Quickest way to transfer 55GB of images to new server
scp is encrypted and guarantees integrity over the line. There is still a slight chance that the data was corrupt in memory or on disk of course, but that's pretty rare.
Nov
29
comment It is XFS reliable? In case of a power gone off is xfs riskier that ext3 in data corruption/safey?
The new xfs_repair (2008 or so) rocks. I had a rather old server fsck a 10TB volume on a SATA RAID in about 10 minutes.
Nov
2
awarded  Revival
Oct
4
answered How to design high performance CIFS/SMB