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Jun
29
revised NFSv4 idmapd ignores Nobody-User
Added rpc.idmapd server logs
Jun
28
revised NFSv4 idmapd ignores Nobody-User
Updated findings
Jun
28
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Jun
28
revised NFSv4 idmapd ignores Nobody-User
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Jun
27
comment NFSv4 idmapd ignores Nobody-User
So the name 'ftp' not found log message I get on the client comes from the idmapd running on the server? Doesn't the message itself prove that the server managed to map uid 107 to user 'ftp' just fine? I thought it was a problem with the idmapd running on the client. It's very hard to debug though, as the only way I have found to clear the idmap cache is rebooting the client OS entirely.
Jun
26
asked NFSv4 idmapd ignores Nobody-User
May
15
comment Grub can't find Xen multiboot file
Wow, now my noodle is really baked. That post held the solution for me. Apparently all I had to do was change the "--set=root" to just "--set" in the "search" line. Thank you, this was exactly what I was looking for!
May
15
accepted Grub can't find Xen multiboot file
May
14
asked Grub can't find Xen multiboot file
Aug
28
awarded  Scholar
Aug
28
accepted RAID - Multiple drives on one channel
Aug
28
awarded  Supporter
Aug
27
comment RAID - Multiple drives on one channel
So if I understand correctly, a 4-channel 6Gb/s controller with 2 drives on every channel will achieve the same performance as an 8-channel 3Gb/s controller with 1 drive per channel?
Aug
27
awarded  Student
Aug
27
comment RAID - Multiple drives on one channel
So it is "done" to connect SATA-600 drives to a 3Gb/s controller? What is the 3Gb/s anyway, is that the bandwidth of a single channel on the RC?
Aug
27
asked RAID - Multiple drives on one channel