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Jan
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comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
Sorry to un-accept @mfinni.. found the issue.
Jan
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answered Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
Jan
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comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
OK thanks. I checked the full path from another machine and it worked fine. But from the machine I was logging into, it didn't resolve. I changed the profile setting on the server and we're good to go. Thanks!
Jan
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Jan
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comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
The tab for roaming profiles? In server 2012? All I set on the server (besides setting up the folders) was in the Active Directory Admin center > OU > User > profile where I set the path to the Share created via the technet article. Likely I don't recognize what you mean as I'm not used to the new UI yet. I will try another machine tomorrow. Thanks.
Jan
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comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
It is a small shop and I wanted to start with a clean slate. The old domain is littered with learning-type fudgery and I thought it'd be a worthwhile experience to learn by doing (again). The user I've been trying to log in with was/is roaming on the old domain.
Jan
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comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
Because I want to run the domain with 2012 functionality; the old one is 2008 r2. the goal is to have users use roaming profiles.
Jan
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asked Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
Jan
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answered Bypass perc s300 on R210 II
Jan
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comment Bypass perc s300 on R210 II
Everything I've read so far speaks to it being "impossible". People had dell ship out new controller (PERC6i); people even just trying to get a *nix distro have had no luck. The Perc S300 is not listed on Vmware's HCL, so I doubt anything will be happening until I toss the s300. Thanks!
Jan
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asked Bypass perc s300 on R210 II
Dec
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comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
@ewwhite thanks... but the issue turned out to be that esxi was using some odd port that wasn't mentioned anywhere else (50538) for nfs.
Dec
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comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
No, hadn't seen it. But it doesn't help my situation; I still don't know where to look for failures because I don't know where NFS is logging. NFS is running and I can mount folders from remote machines fine. I'm having an issue creating a datastore within esxi and want the NFS logs to help narrow the issue. Although, it does mention trace debugging so I'll try that. Thanks!
Dec
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comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
@Adrian fair enough.
Dec
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comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
Yes I have the firewall on. Updated the question with iptables -L. Reminder: this question isn't "how do I use nfs?" it's "where are the nfs logs?"
Dec
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comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
OK. Updated the question. Thanks.
Dec
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Dec
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comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
@ewwhite permissions errors, mount errors; I don't know. Something telling me why a remote machine is giving me a permission denied, or unable to mount status.
Dec
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comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
This is the server; NFS is running and I am able to mount remotely. I want those logs though.
Dec
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comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
It is. rpcinfo -p returns correctly from client. And I also managed to get the client to mount the folder, but the questions still stands-it'd be nice to have those logs.