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comment software for rack visualisation
OSX is fine, but I'd really prefer to see something open source so I could properly integrate it into other tools we are using. I really don't understand why people downvote this question, is visualizing racks with non-windows software considered to be a bad practice?..
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comment software for rack visualisation
@tombull89, Anyway, the amount of downvotes is quite surprising for me. Really, is visualization of racks considered to be a bad practice?..
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accepted Is it possible to detect Android and iOS devices based on DHCP requests?
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comment software for rack visualisation
Now this becomes funny: adding a "no windows" requirement instantly produced a downvote.
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comment software for rack visualisation
Would adding a "No windows software please" requirement to much to ask?
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comment Is it possible to detect Android and iOS devices based on DHCP requests?
@SmallClanger, I do understand possible workarounds like separate SSIDs, etc., there is no need to explain these things. I'm curious, if may be mobile devices are known to send some common dhcp options in DHCP discovery packets or something like this.
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comment Is it possible to detect Android and iOS devices based on DHCP requests?
@tombull89, yes, MAC-based separation is obvious. Regarding the problem, exactly what stated in the question: keep common wifi network, put smartphones in a separate IP subnet.
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comment NFS exports priority on server
Thans for your comments, looks like you are right and there is no way to do this without splitting to different servers.
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comment NFS exports priority on server
The bottle neck is currently in the network. Mounts are already on different raid arrays, and "other" shares receive mostly read requests. As I can see from the network traffic monitor, the 1gb link is almost saturated in the direction from the server to clients, but has enough capacity in the other direction, so if I could only make the server reply to "home" mount requests with a higher priority then to other mounts, this would solve the problem...