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www.novell.com/documentation Novell Storage ServicesTM File System Administration Guide for Linux Open Enterprise Server OES 2 SP3 May 3, 2013

  • Page 2: Legal Notices
  • Page 4: 2.9.4 Distributed File Services Plu
  • Page 6: 8 Cluster-Enabling Shared NSS Devic
  • Page 8: 13.11 Renaming a Software RAID Devi
  • Page 10: 18.11 Mounting NSS Volumes with Lin
  • Page 12: 23 Salvaging and Purging Deleted Vo
  • Page 14: 29 Troubleshooting the NSS File Sys
  • Page 16: A.28 Pool Verify and Rebuild Comman
  • Page 18: D.3.1 Using the Linux mkfs Command
  • Page 20: 20 OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Admin
  • Page 22: Appendix B, “NSS Utilities,” on
  • Page 24: 24 OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Admin
  • Page 26: Encrypted volume support to meet th
  • Page 28: Prevent Unauthorized Access
  • Page 30: 1.5 Comparison of NSS to Other File
  • Page 32: 2.2.1 Upgrade to Novell iManager 2.
  • Page 34: 2.7 What’s New (OES 2 SP2)
  • Page 36: 2.8.6 Support for Novell AFP for Li
  • Page 38: 2.9.6 Enhanced Hard Links
  • Page 40: 2.9.18 Storage Plug-In
  • Page 42: 3.1.2 Requirements for NSS on Linux
  • Page 44: For information about the entire OE
  • Page 46: Install NCS if you plan to share NS
  • Page 48: 3.5.2 Reboot Server or Restart jstc
  • Page 50: Although the basic NSS code for Lin
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    4.1.2 Which NSS Volumes to Upgrade

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    nss /ZLSSUpgradeCurrentVolumeMediaF

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    56 OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Admin

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    The Linux operating system is store

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    5.2 Compatibility and Interoperabil

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    5.4.3 Conventions for Valid Names o

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    Administrator User

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    Users who create hard links must be

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    IMPORTANT: NSS uses NCP Server by d

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    5.7 Antivirus Support for NSS

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    If you install Novell Cluster Servi

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    For OES 2 on XEN guest, the default

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    For information, see SUSE Linux Ent

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    Use NSS on Linux only as data pools

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    7.5.3 Do Not Run EVMS Tools When Wo

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    NSS Feature Description Reference

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    86 OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Admin

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    9.1.1 Understanding Storage-Related

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    File Protocols Management (AFP and

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    For information about how to make E

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    CIFS (NetWare)

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    Table 9-4 Pool Management Tasks

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    Task Description Reference

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    Table 9-9 Device Management Tasks

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    Deleted Files

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    Management Options Description

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    9.3 NSS Commands and Utilities

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    http://192.168.1.1:51080/oneNet/Net

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    For information about configuring L

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    Drive mapping for NSS volumes

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    the drive, yet another size might b

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    Software RAID Devices

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    3 Select a device to view its detai

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    10.6 Initializing a Disk

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    10.7.3 Configuring the Device’s S

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    5 Select a pool, then click View De

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    The media upgrade is not available

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    Novell AFP for Linux: Install and c

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    11.2.5 Using Scripts to Decommissio

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    Compatibility Issues for Using NSS

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    nss /poolactivate=pool

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    NSSMU tools. NSS partitions are cre

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    12.2.2 Viewing Partitions on a Devi

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    NSS Software RAID

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    Table 13-1 RAID Characteristics

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    Figure 13-1 Striping Data on a Soft

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    Requirement RAID 0 RAID 1 RAID 5 RA

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    13.4 Viewing Details of a Software

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    4 Device Type and Name: Specify the

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    13.6 Creating Software RAID Devices

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    WARNING: Leave the RAID 1 group act

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    For instructions, see Section 9.1.5

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    Table 13-4 Recommended Actions on S

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    Multiple Segments Fail in a RAID 5

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    13.19 Managing Software RAID Device

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    14.2 NSS Errors When Linux Multipat

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    Novell AFP must be installed, confi

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    5d If the selected device is sharea

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    7 Click Finish.

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    15.5 Renaming a Pool

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    When the page refreshes, a list of

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    6 To view details about a partition

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    15.12.2 Enabling or Disabling MSAP

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    3c Close the NSS Console by enterin

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    IMPORTANT: Updating a pool's eDirec

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    File system trustee assignments, tr

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    16.2.3 Verifying the Pool to Identi

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    Errors Reported

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    16.3 ReZIDing Volumes in an NSS Poo

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    nsscon

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    After the snapshot, the snapshot fu

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    17.2.1 Differences Between Snapshot

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    If you bring a pool snapshot online

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    WARNING: Without first deleting the

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    IMPORTANT: You might see an error m

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    Snapshot Details Parameter Descript

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    4 Select the pool snapshot that you

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    IMPORTANT: Delete the oldest snapsh

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    18.1.1 Volume Attributes

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    Modified File List

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    The UNIX name space supports some s

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    18.2.4 Guidelines for NSS Volumes i

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    9 On the Attribute Information page

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    18.6 Viewing the Details of an NSS

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    18.8 Modifying Attributes of an NSS

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    7 Click the Quota Usage tab to view

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    mount -t nssvol VOL1 /media/nss/VOL

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    The default mount point for NSS vol

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    “Mount Options for Import via NFS

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    18.16.2 Exporting NSS Volumes for N

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    4e Click OK to save your settings a

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    18.18 Finding the Filename for a Gi

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    19.1.1 Encryption Method

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    19.2.5 Archiving Files from an Encr

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    Table 19-1 Volume Mount Commands

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    252 OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Admi

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    20.1.2 Viewing Properties of a File

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    The following table defines file sy

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    IMPORTANT: Changes do not take effe

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    GUIDs of parent containers for the

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    Data shredding consumes a great dea

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    type=UNKNOWN[1316] msg=audit(116492

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    20.4.2 Enabling or Disabling LAF Au

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    21.1.1 Compression and Decompressio

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    Inactivity Determines Which Files A

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    The volume does not contain enough

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    Parameter Description

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    Parameter Description

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    21.3.1 Enabling Compression for a N

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    21.7.1 Using the Novell Client

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    21.8 Using NSS Commands to Configur

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    If the Salvage attribute is enabled

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    7 Click the Quota Usage tab to view

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    Remove a Quota: On the Information

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    22.3.3 Removing a Directory Quota

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    Parameter Description

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    22.4.4 Modifying a User Space Quota

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    If you migrate an NSS volume where

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    Salvage Policy Range of Influence R

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    23.2 Configuring the Purge Behavior

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    The low and high salvage watermarks

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    Scheduled Purge Time: The time that

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    3 Browse the list of deleted files

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    310 OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Admi

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    24.1.1 Hard Links and the Primary L

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    The file’s users can delete the p

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    24.3.1 Prerequisite

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    ln /media/nss/VOL1/timetest /usr/me

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    24.8 Deleting a Hard Link

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    2 Use one of the following methods

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    3c Select the file, then click Open

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    3 Click OK to begin the upload, or

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    Property Description

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    NOTE: As an administrator you can m

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    4 Do one of the following:

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    Encrypted NSS volumes store user da

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    Using NSSCON

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    need to stop other processes tempor

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    27.2.4 Setting the Name Cache Size

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    27.3.2 Configuring the Journal Grou

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    27.3.4 Configuring the User Data Gr

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    To monitor the status of: Refer to:

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    Other information reported includes

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    Pool Usage reports the amount of sp

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    29.1 Cannot Connect to Target Serve

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    29.3.4 Pools Not Mounted by EVMS

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    29.7 Multipath Devices Are Not Reso

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    29.13 Software RAID 1 Fails to Reco

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    29.20 Snapshots of Pool on the Syst

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    Issue/Feature Description Recommend

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    If you transport and store media of

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    Not using the -l option turns loggi

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    Disabling ndpmod Logging

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    Regardless of the POSIX access righ

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    Section A.31, “Read Ahead Blocks

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    A.3 Access Time Command

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    A.5.3 ID Cache Commands

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    Range: 0 to 50

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    A.7 Data Shredding Commands

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    A.10.2 ListXattrNWmetadata Option

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    Options Description

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    nss /HardLinks=all

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    A.15 LAF Audit Log Messages Command

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    nss /FixMFL=volumename

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    nss /atime=volumename

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    mount -t nssvol VOL /media/nss/NSSV

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    nss /PoolAutoMaintenance=

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    A.31.1 Read Ahead Blocks

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    Range: 0 to 98

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    A.36 Visibility Rebuild Command

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    A.37.2 Volume Activity Commands

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    nss /ZIDtoFilename=ZIDnumber

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    Option Description

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    Section B.2.4, “Help Options (HOP

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    B.3 metamig

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    ROptions (Restore)

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    Example

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    B.7.1 Syntax

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    Option Description

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    This command checks the integrity o

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    B.9.5 Note

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    Option Description

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    B.11.3 Example

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    Option Description

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    B.15.2 Options

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    Do not partition the remaining spac

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    NSS and Linux POSIX volume cluster

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    Disabling boot.lvm and boot.md

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    To modify the boot loader file in t

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    You should see the following device

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    446 OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Admi

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    D.1.2 NSS Limitations for Non-EVMS

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    D.3.1 Using the Linux mkfs Command

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    D.3.4 Creating and Mounting an NSS

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    Column in /etc/

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    Feature Description NSS for NetWare

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    Feature Description NSS for NetWare

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    Feature Description NSS for NetWare

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    Feature Description NSS on OES 2 SP

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    Feature Description NSS on OES 2 SP

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    Feature Description NSS on OES 2 SP

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    Media Object Definition

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    H.3 August 2011 (OES 2 SP3 August 2

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    H.5.5 Management Tools for NSS

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    H.5.11 Troubleshooting the NSS File

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    H.6.1 Comparison of NSS on Linux an

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    H.6.8 Managing NSS Pool Snapshots

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    H.6.12 Managing Space Quotas for Vo

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    Location Change

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    H.7.4 Salvaging and Purging Deleted

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    H.9.1 Installing and Configuring No

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    H.10.4 Securing Access to NSS Volum

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  • Page 3: Contents
  • Page 5: 5.1.2 Software RAID Devices . . . .
  • Page 7: 10.11 What’s Next . . . . . . . .
  • Page 9: 16.3 ReZIDing Volumes in an NSS Poo
  • Page 11: 20.2.2 Enabling or Disabling the Ba
  • Page 13: 25.3 Uploading Files to an NSS Volu
  • Page 15: A NSS Commands 373
  • Page 17: B.8 ravsui . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 19: H.6.22 What’s New . . . . . . . .
  • Page 21: About This Guide
  • Page 23: Novell Archive and Version Services
  • Page 25: 1 1Overview of NSS
  • Page 27: Figure 1-1 NSS Pool Architecture
  • Page 29: Erases files completely, meeting U.
  • Page 31: 2 2What’s New
  • Page 33: 2.2.5 OES Client Services Do Not Su
  • Page 35: 2.8 What’s New for NSS (OES 2 SP1
  • Page 37: Section 2.9.12, “Media Upgrade fo
  • Page 39: 2.9.11 LAF Audit Log Messages
  • Page 41: 3 3Installing and Configuring Novel
  • Page 43: Linux uses Linux Volume Manager (LV
  • Page 45: 3 Optionally select Novell iManager
  • Page 47: 4 Select one of the following optio
  • Page 49: 3.6.1 Parameter Settings
  • Page 51: 4 4Upgrading the NSS Media Format
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    4.1.4 After Upgrading the Media For

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    The Hard Links attribute appears in

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    5 5Planning NSS Storage Solutions

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    To mirror pools, each pool must use

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    IMPORTANT: Because Linux treats fil

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    make the name be accepted in the ma

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    command, are sent via the VFS layer

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    5.5.5 How NSS Uses Novell Linux Use

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    5.6.5 Samba

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    6 6Using NSS in a Virtualization

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    Assigning Physical Disks or Disk Pa

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    NSS Features that Are Not Supported

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    For example, after the device is in

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    7 7Cross-Platform Issues for NSS

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    7.4 Cross-Platform Issues for File

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    8 8Cluster-Enabling Shared NSS Devi

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    and mount the NSS volume on reboot,

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    9 9Management Tools for NSS

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    IMPORTANT: The storage-related plug

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    Table 9-2 Java and Tomcat Files for

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    iManager Server

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    As you work in the storage-related

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    Table 9-5 Volume Management Tasks

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    Table 9-8 Software RAID Management

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    Table 9-10 Scan for Devices Task

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    Properties Tab Task Description

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    Management Options Description

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    9.3.3 NSS Utilities

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    9.5 Novell Remote Manager

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    4 Click OK to log in to the target

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    9.8 Virtual File Services, APIs, an

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    10 10Managing Devices

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    LUN Devices

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    Device Detail Description

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    3 Select a device in the Devices li

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    10.7 Sharing Devices

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    5 Select a partition, then click Vi

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    10.11 What’s Next

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    11 11Migrating NSS Devices from Net

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    11.2.1 Prerequisites

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    5 If you are using DFS in the tree

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    Recommissioning NSS Pools on the De

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    11.3.3 Decommissioning Each NSS Poo

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    12 12Managing Partitions

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    Partition Detail Description

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    12.3 Viewing Details for a Partitio

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    12.5 Adding Other Types of File Sys

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    13 13Managing NSS Software RAID Dev

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    Type of

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    WARNING: Reinitializing a drive des

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    13.2.7 Determining the Stripe Size

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    Software RAID Device Detail Descrip

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    Only devices that have free space a

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    6 To confirm the RAID 1 device, sel

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    3 In NSSMU, create a pool on one of

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    13.13 Restriping a Software RAID 0

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    A Segment Fails in a RAID 0

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    13.17 Viewing Partitions on a Softw

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    14 14Managing Multipath I/O to Devi

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    15 15Managing NSS Pools

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    4 Specify a name for the new storag

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    Each cluster-enabled NSS pool requi

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    4 Depending on the pool’s current

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    7 If the Pools page does not automa

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    Device Detail Description

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    15.12 Preventing Pools from Activat

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    4 Deactivate the pool, then activat

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    15.13 Updating eDirectory Pool Obje

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    16 16Verifying and Rebuilding NSS P

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    If you are not sure whether you can

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    6c In nsscon, enter

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    When running ravsui(8) for a pool v

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    NSS API calls return Error 20108 zE

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    17 17Managing NSS Pool Snapshots

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    Restoring Data

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    17.2.2 Guidelines for Creating a Po

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    17.2.6 Guidelines for Maintaining t

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    5 In the Snapshots menu, select New

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    IMPORTANT: If the selected pool is

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    3 Select the server that contains t

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    6 When you are done, go to the Pool

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    18 18Managing NSS Volumes

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    “User-Level Transaction Mode (Net

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    User-Level Transaction Mode (NetWar

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    18.2 Guidelines for NSS Volumes

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    This opens the New Volume Wizard to

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    18.4 Configuring Encrypted NSS Volu

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    Use the Attributes page to view the

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    The Properties page has three tabs:

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    The Properties page has three tabs:

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    NOTE: Currently, for clustered volu

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    18.15.2 Mounting or Dismounting an

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    Mount Option Description

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    4c In the Host Wildcard field, spec

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    w,sync

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    OES 2 SP3: Novell Distributed File

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    19 19Managing Encrypted NSS Volumes

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    19.2 Security Considerations for En

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    The encryption password can be 2 to

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    2 From one of the nodes in the clus

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    20 20Securing Access to NSS Volumes

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    For example, if a trustee with the

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    Viewing, Adding, or Removing File S

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    The selected rights are allowed to

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    security violations, you can also f

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    20.4 Enabling or Disabling LAF Audi

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    For example, if the trustee has SRW

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    21 21Managing Compression on NSS

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    Compression Preferences for Directo

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    Immediate Compression Impacts CPU P

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    Table 21-1 Explanation of Compressi

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    Parameter Description

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    Command Values

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    21.4 Suspending Compression for Vol

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    Compression Attributes Options

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    Space used by compressed files: 0

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    22 22Managing Space Quotas for Volu

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    For instructions, see Section 9.1.5

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    22.3.1 Enabling or Disabling the Di

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    3 In the Space Restriction field, c

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    22.4.1 Setting the User Space Quota

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    Wait for the page to refresh to see

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    If any individual quota or the tota

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    23 23Salvaging and Purging Deleted

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    23.1.2 Trustees and Rights Handling

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    23.2.3 Setting the Low and High Sal

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    23.4 Viewing, Salvaging, or Purging

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    Deleted files can be salvaged by an

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    You can also purge deleted files on

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    24 24Managing Hard Links

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    File ownership has no affect on the

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    24.2 Upgrading the Media Format for

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    In the Attributes column, the Hard

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    24.7 Viewing Hard Links for a File

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    25 25Managing Files and Folders on

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    2 Use one of the following methods

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    Click Save to open the Save As dial

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    3 Click the Information tab to view

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    Attribute Description Files Folders

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    25.9 Viewing, Adding, Modifying, or

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    26 26Managing Backup and Restore fo

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    nss /ListXattrNWMetadata

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    27 27Tuning NSS Performance on Linu

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    linux Integrate caching into the re

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    27.3.1 Viewing the Metadata Area Si

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    MetadataGroupWriteTime=seconds

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    28 28Monitoring the Status of the N

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    If the compression attribute is set

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    Volume Usage reports the amount of

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    Use this link To do these tasks

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    29 29Troubleshooting the NSS File S

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    Patch the 2.6 kernel on your Linux

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    29.4.3 eDirectory Error 601 When Cr

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    Use the following methods to avoid

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    29.17 NFS Volume Mount Failure Bloc

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    30 30Security Considerations

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    Data shredding

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    Even though the logging mechanisms

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    Prerequisite

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    30.10 Controlling File System Acces

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    A ANSS Commands

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    A.1.4 Descriptions

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    A.5.1 Cache Command

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    nss /UnplugAlways

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    nss /DecompressFreeSpaceWarningInte

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    “(October Sunday Last 2:0:0 am)

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    Security Issues for ListXattrNWmeta

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    nss /ZLSSUpgradeCurrentVolumeMediaF

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    A.14 I/O Write Commands

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    zLSS If it is specified in the nsss

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    nss /MSAPServerID=id

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    IMPORTANT: Typically, you need to u

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    A.25 Pool Freeze and Thaw Commands

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    The setting applies to all NSS volu

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    A.32 Salvage and Purge Commands

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    ForceSecurityEquivalenceUpdate

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    A.37 Volume Management Commands

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    nss /activate=volume_name

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    B B.1 attrib

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    Attribut

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    B.2.5 General Options (GOPTION)

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    metamig restore volume [ROPTIONS]

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    B.4 ndir

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    B.5.2 Starting nsscon

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    B.8 ravsui

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    B.8.4 Files

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    Replace filename with the path and

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    B.11.1 Syntax

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    SOPTIONS

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    B.12.3 Using volume name

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    B.14.1 Syntax

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    C CUsing EVMS to Manage Devices

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    C.2 Using Linux POSIX File Systems

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    To avoid confusion, you can prevent

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    Editing the /etc/fstab File

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    Forcing the RAM Disk to Recognize t

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    The evms_activate command discovers

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    D DUsing NSS on Devices Managed by

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    D.2.1 Guidelines for the Server Ins

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    Make sure the partition size is suf

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    D.4.1 Understanding Entries in the

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    E EComparison of NSS on NetWare and

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    Feature Description NSS for NetWare

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    Feature Description NSS for NetWare

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    F FComparison of NSS on Linux and

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    Feature Description NSS on OES 2 SP

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    Feature Description NSS on OES 2 SP

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    G GNSS Nomenclature

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    Media Object Definition

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    H HDocumentation Updates

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    H.5.1 Upgrading the NSS Media Forma

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    Location Change

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    Location Change

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    H.6.4 Installing and Configuring No

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    Location Change

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    H.6.15 NSS Utilities

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    H.6.22 What’s New

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    H.8.2 Managing Devices

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    H.10 January 14, 2008

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    H.11.3 Management Tools for NSS

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