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2004 Sep 02
0
OCFS compatibility with Legato
Hi All Does anyone have information on OCFS compatibility with Legato. i.e Can we use Letato to backup directly from OCFS Volumes. Also does OCFS work with BCV. R'gds Varghese Abraham. -----Original Message----- From: ocfs-users-bounces@oss.oracle.com [mailto:ocfs-users-bounces@oss.oracle.com]On Behalf Of Wim Coekaerts Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 9:33...
2015 Dec 01
6
snapshot of running vm's
...it. I use libvirt 1.2.5-7.1 . VM's are Windows 7, SLES, Ubuntu, Opensuse. I use raw files for the vm's. I try to orientate myself by http://wiki.libvirt.org/page/Live-disk-backup-with-active-blockcommit . The hosts are backuped every night by a network based backup solution (Legato). My idea is: - delete any existing snapshot - create a new snapshot - of course before Legato arrives - then Legato might come and saves my snapshot - next night the same Questions: When I delete a snapshot, is it merged automatically with its base image ? Or is it something I have to do explic...
2015 Dec 02
0
Re: snapshot of running vm's
...VM's are Windows 7, SLES, Ubuntu, > Opensuse. > I use raw files for the vm's. > I try to orientate myself by > http://wiki.libvirt.org/page/Live-disk-backup-with-active-blockcommit . > The hosts are backuped every night by a network based backup solution > (Legato). > My idea is: > > - delete any existing snapshot > - create a new snapshot > - of course before Legato arrives > - then Legato might come and saves my snapshot > - next night the same > > > Questions: > When I delete a snapshot, is it merged automatically with...
2007 Dec 28
2
Help with dump/restore
...area so as to hopefully not overwrite current files. What is the proper procedure for dumping and restoring now? Should I be dumping to /dev/nst0/dump? What restore commands would I use to recall a file? I'd like to keep things as simple as possible - people have suggested legato and amanda, but for now, I would think/hope dump and restore would work. Thanks. Scott
2006 Apr 20
1
Odd stemmer behavior
...m.stem_word("fiercely") => "fierc" irb(main):006:0> @stem.stem_word("fraudulently") => "fraudul" Is it supposed to behave like this, or is this a bug in my Ruby wrapper? Best, Paul -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Paul Legato, Senior Software Engineer -- --- Networked Knowledge Systems --- ---- P.O. Box 20772 Tampa, FL. 33622-0772 ---- ----- (813)594-0064 Voice (813)594-0045 FAX ----- ------ plegato at nks.net ------ -------------------------------------------------- ------...
2006 Apr 22
1
Ruby bindings now pass all smoketests
...the Ruby bindings should be considered beta quality at best. There may still be a few unknown bugs in there. I will be conducting more extensive testing next week. As always, I welcome any suggestions or feedback. Best, Paul -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Paul Legato, Senior Software Engineer -- --- Networked Knowledge Systems --- ---- P.O. Box 20772 Tampa, FL. 33622-0772 ---- ----- (813)594-0064 Voice (813)594-0045 FAX ----- ------ plegato at nks.net ------ -------------------------------------------------- ------...
2005 Dec 10
2
sg device
...quot; device? The reason I ask, is that I have a file server running CentOS 4.2 on a Dell Precision 1650. Disks are attached via QLogic FC. I backup to a Qualstar TLS-4222 tape changer, with AIT-2 tapes, which is connected over an Adaptec 29160 Ultra 160 SCSI. The software I'm using is Legato Networker version 7.1.2. I'm backing up a bit under 1 TB a month with this. Quite frequently these days (meaning once a month or two), the Networker software loses the ability to control the tape changer. Mount, unmount commands just don't work any more. The only way I can seem to...
2006 Apr 19
1
ANN: Alpha Ruby bindings for Xapian now available
...), prev()) segfault if you iterate past the end of a sequence. I will be in #xapian on irc.freenode.net if anyone wants to discuss. Any suggestions, testing, feedback, or (especially) code contributions are welcome! Best, Paul -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Paul Legato, Senior Software Engineer -- --- Networked Knowledge Systems --- ---- P.O. Box 20772 Tampa, FL. 33622-0772 ---- ----- (813)594-0064 Voice (813)594-0045 FAX ----- ------ plegato at nks.net ------ -------------------------------------------------- ------...
2007 Apr 18
5
Turning off spell checker in TextCtrl
Hi, I''m running WxRuby2 on Mac OS X. Something is spell checking the text that I put into it; words it doesn''t recognize get an annoying red line under them. How can I turn the spell checker off? Thanks, Paul
2006 Jun 27
28
Supporting ~10K users on ZFS
...re''s been some discussion on this before, but I''m not sure that any specific advice came out of it. What would the advice be for supporting a largish number of users (10,000 say) on a system that supports ZFS? We currently use vxfs and assign a user quota, and backups are done via Legato Networker. >From what little I currently understand, the general advice would seem to be to assign a filesystem to each user, and to set a quota on that. I can see this being OK for small numbers of users (up to 1000 maybe), but I can also see it being a bit tedious for larger numbers than that...
2001 Sep 23
0
Creating users and administoring NT using unix server
Hello Samba support team, We have a SGI unix as design-server. We have 9 Windows NT machines in CAD room. Using LEGATO networker we are taking backup. We want to use samba facility more. Where we can find training material and example stuffs? From Unix server, we want to monitor NT's activity using shell script. How to access NT machines from unix server? Please guide us. sudar
2001 Dec 19
0
Lots of ERRbadfile and Expected SMBtrans2 responses with smbclient
...ing \GRE\texts-secure\d.txtt\* Is there a fix for this? My amanda logs that get e-mailed to me are 1.2 megabytes in size and filled with this kind of garbage. I don't think it's even backing up those files. As an aside, our older backup solution which is Sun's Solstice Backup v5.1 and Legato Networker (running on the windows clients) comaplains about the very same files with an "Unknown NT backup type 0x7" error. Any help would be greatly appreciated! The machine in question is running Windows 2000 Pro. Tom __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!?...
2003 Nov 06
5
[Bug 755] PermitEmptyPasswords ignored
...em, user with empty Passwords can Login. The User has no Password in the shadow file ... He makes a connect with Putty, write his name in the prompt and Press enter login as: wparling Last login: Thu Nov 6 09:44:31 2003 from 10.128.77.18 Verarbeite Gruppe(n) UNIXADM Lade Modul(e) basis rootstuff legato perl5.6.1 sybase-oc12 visualws6.2 tclx wparling at systemxx:/home/wparling $ We dont use agents, or other things... The Source is patched with Darrens password expired patch. Frank ssh -V OpenSSH_3.7.1p2-pwexp24, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0.9.7c 30 Sep 2003 ------- You are r...
2005 Nov 06
4
Size of /var/log/lastlog
Hi, Can any of you explain this weirdness: [root at machine log]# cd /var/log/ [root at machine log]# ls -la|grep last -r-------- 1 root root 1254130450140 Nov 6 21:44 lastlog [root at machine log]# du -hs lastlog 52K lastlog What's up with the output of ls? This is x86_64. Thanks, Morten
2008 May 15
3
Tape operation
Hi all, My only encounter with tape-backup was with Windows 2000. With it, when we backup things using windows' backup tool, it will create a 'catalog', then the catalog contains all the backup operations we do based on date. So, with this we can "append" many backups into one tape. Next time we want to restore a backup, we can choose what date available in that
2005 Oct 20
7
Backup Solutions based on Linux
I'm having particular issues running Veritas in my Windows environment. The agent just seems to baulk on some servers. I've looked into backup solutions running on Linux before but there doesn't seem to be much. Is anyone familiar with something that has Windows agents and yet managed by Linux? <<JAV>> -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was
2006 Aug 10
28
On the total nondisclosure of the 8/9/06 security vulnerability
...ecessary to give fair play to those who might suffer by ignorance. -- From A. C. Hobbs (Charles Tomlinson, ed.), Locks and Safes: The Construction of Locks. Published by Virtue & Co., London, 1853 (revised 1868). -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Paul Legato, Senior Software Engineer -- --- Networked Knowledge Systems --- ---- P.O. Box 20772 Tampa, FL. 33622-0772 ---- ----- (813)594-0064 Voice (813)594-0045 FAX ----- ------ plegato@nks.net ------ -------------------------------------------------- ----------...
2006 May 23
4
Misc questions
Some miscellaneous questions: * When you share a ZFS fs via NFS, what happens to files and filesystems that exceed the limits of NFS? * Is there a recommendation or some guidelines to help answer the question "how full should a pool be before deciding it''s time add disk space to a pool?" * Migrating pre-ZFS backups to ZFS backups: is there a better method than "restore
2006 May 10
2
ruby bindings odds and ends
In the Ruby bindings, set_X and get_X are renamed to remove the get/set, so MSet::get_matches_estimated() becomes a read-only property (if I have my terminology right) of the Ruby MSet class called matches_estimated. This matches how a Ruby programmer would expect a class to be designed. I was looking through the getters and setters list. I wonder if a few entries shouldn't be there,
2006 Oct 22
16
Best backup software for linux
We are running backup softwares for incrementals/differentials and full backups with variouse softwares currently using dirvish scripts + amanda .. what is everyones views on other opensourced backup software? is there anything better or other options we have missed? We are looking at backula as an option? any thoughts? Thanks - Nathan - http://www.linuxcare.ca